Thursday, September 16, 2010

Get Permission to talk to Crossline

Ambot needed a new radio put in his car and one of the crossline worked independently installing electronics such as this. It would seem easy to just approach the dude at an Amway meeting and ask if he can do the job.

But no, that logical thinking that most adults would use does not apply to Amway cult followers. They must go upline and ask permission to speak to the crossline about doing the job.

So Ambot dutifully went to the Platinum sack of shit and asked if he could speak to the crossline dude about getting a radio installed in the car. Once he received permission to speak to the crossline about the job it was done.

The radio would have been installed a whole lot faster if we'd gone just about anywhere else and hired someone to install it rather than asking permission, waiting for permission to be granted, and then waiting for the next Amway meeting to discuss the job.


  1. Independent Business Oweners go to a business convention (a function) but are not allowed to talk business with other business owners. What a crock. It's information control by upline.

  2. are you serious? That really is ridiculous!

  3. I agree this is ridiculous. Rebels likes me don't ask permission. I'm an adult. I know how to make decisions without asking anyone else for permission. Asking permission when you're in the Amway cult is all part of controlling information and getting the cult followers to be submissive to their upline.


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