Friday, June 10, 2011
What Kind of Car Does an Amway Diamond Get?
A recent searcher ended up at my blog after searching on Google for what kind of car does an Amway Diamond get.
Don’t forget to read my post about the clunker brigade.
Many IBO’s in our LOS were driving rust bucket Cadillacs, Lincolns and BMW’s from the 70’s and 80’s for the bragging rights that they own that model of car. Yeah I really want to drive an ugly old car that’s always breaking down.
As far as I know an Amway Diamond doesn’t “get” a car for reaching that level. Its not like Mary Kay where you get a leased pink Cadillac for a year for reaching some level.
I’ve been to enough functions where a video is played showing Diamonds with their fleet of cars and other toys on wheels. You name the high end car, we’ve probably seen it on a video. The thing we don’t know the answer to is how many are leased, how many were purchased with cash, and how many were financed. Or more likely - how many were borrowed or rented for the purpose of shooting the video of the Diamond lifestyle.
There’s a certain image that has to be projected in Amway. The image of success. Fake it till you make it. Our Platinum and Emerald didn’t drive anything that screamed success though they drove newer model cars, probably manufactured within the last 10 years. Might have been financed maybe leased but I don’t know for sure. I know when the Platinum sack of shit got his $20,000 bonus check for being a Platinum he was all talk about buying an SUV, sorry the name escapes me. Does Cadillac manufacture SUV’s? Maybe that. Furthermore he was going to buy it by using the service of a car hunter (?) - I’m not sure what the term is for a person who you give your criteria to and they search for the best deals. Anyway that was all the bastard ever yapped about but he didn’t buy a new - or new to him - car. Probably had to use the money to pay off debt.
So - what kind of car does an Amway Diamond get? Whatever car gives them the most flash for the buck. And that buck came from scamming thousands of IBO’s only too willing to shell out their hard earned cash to make their upline richer.