Monday, October 10, 2011
The I Got Screwed Over By Amway Club
A club that nobody wants to be a member of is called the “I Got Screwed Over By Amway Club”.
Looking at it from a distance the business Amway is a bricks and mortar building and contains within its walls their products that they sell to IBO’s who do with the products what they will: consume them, sell them, or toss them in the garbage.
The people who work inside the Amway building are not directly screwing over ambots. Indirectly yes. When it comes down to push and shove I can say that aside from a few unpleasant encounters with the useless bastards who work on the customer service desk I have not had any contact with Amway employees and none of the people who work within their 4 walls personally screwed me over or coerced me to buy Amway products or invest in the tool scam.
The company leaves that dirty work to their cult leaders and tries to keep an arm’s distance away and denies any responsibility.
At every Amway function someone was always introduced as coming out from Amway's head office so unless this person only came on stage to say a few words and then left the building, someone from the head office is present and listening to some pretty outrageous stuff from the cult leaders and turning a deaf ear to it.
The people who screwed me over were our upline. They used Amway the business as the vehicle to screw me over. The upline enticed us to join up with Amway with their false promises and lies. Almost everyone in our upline from our sponsor up to the Diamonds promised we’d easily be making $100,000 a year but the amounts could run as high as promises of $750,000 a year.
Amway is responsible for what their commissioned salespeople say at Amway meetings no matter how hard they try to deny responsibility. Generally speaking most employers are responsible for what their employees do. Some would argue that IBO’s are not actually employees because they’re under the false impression that they are business owners and own their business. Bottom line these people are still acting as agents for Amway and making representations on Amway's behalf and Amway is responsible for their actions.
When we became members of the “I got screwed over by Amway club” we really got screwed over by our Amway upline and their brainwashing to spend money on buying Amway products, invest in the tool scam, and spend hundreds of dollars on Amway functions and all the travel related costs and admission.
The only way people get rich in Amway is by screwing over the people below them and bringing new recruits into the Amway scam that is why everyone in the downline can claim to belong to the “I got screwed over by Amway club”.
Getting screwed over by Amway Independent Business Owners all under the guise of doing Amway business its the same thing as getting screwed over by Amway.
I know I’m only one of hundreds of thousands of people who became members of the “I got screwed over by Amway club”.
Membership into the “I got screwed over by Amway club” is generally reserved for people who were hoping to make a better life for themselves and their families. The hardest hit members of this club are usually the people who can least afford to lose money: new immigrants, people on social assistance, people already swimming in debt, etc.
Without a doubt I know the people who screwed us over the most were our sponsor, our Platinum, and others in our upline. After all these years I still blame them for our misery and I doubt that will ever completely go away but I see the bigger picture and know that we were really screwed over by Amway on behalf of their agents.
Instead of investing in the Amway scam we should have taken those thousands of dollars and found a better club to become members of. That would cover membership at a lower class golf club. Works for me!