Friday, March 15, 2013

Amway Diamonds Are Broke

According to Amway literature Amway Diamonds make around $150,000 a year.
According to the assholes in your Amway upline Amway Diamonds make millions of dollars a year!
150k is not a bad income. A person can have a decent house, nice cars, take a couple of vacations and put some money in the bank if they’re careful what they do with their money.
Some Amway diamonds make the bulk of their income from speaking at Amway functions. That’s where the money is – ticket sales. Also selling CD’s of themselves bullshitting the crowd with their “motivational teaching”. Gag gag gag!!!! But not all Diamonds are on the preferred speaking list so some diamonds earn more cash than others but a diamond could earn several thousand or tens of thousands more a year by this tool income. Depends where they are on the get a bigger piece of pie plan. And Diamonds ain't forever. Many drop off the radar because they couldn't keep bullying their downline to buy buy buy. 
An Amway Diamond according to Amway’s literature is in the ballpark as our income. I keep getting fucking Amway assholes showing up here and leaving comments that I’m broke even though I’m very careful with my money. So if you go by Amway ambot logic if I’m broke then so are Amway Diamonds. All of us are broke who have incomes around 150k. That’s how a brainwashed Amway asshole thinks. That’s not enough money! Greed rules! You’re a broke loser you fucking Amway Diamond according to the Amway IBO’s in your downline!
A person can live a decent lifestyle on this income if you watch how you spend it. From what I’ve seen of Amway Diamonds they live beyond their means. They buy mansions a fleet of sports cars and fly first class to exotic destinations multiple trips a year and supposedly they pay cash for all of this.
That lifestyle just ain’t possible on 150k without going into some serious debt.
And there have been reports of Diamonds going into foreclosure. Lets see if you paid cash for the house then there wouldn’t be a mortgage and impossible for a bank to foreclose. What about bankrupt Diamonds. No. How could it be possible that Diamonds who buy everything with cash and don’t take out loans and credit cards could declare bankruptcy. Could it be that Diamonds are liars about paying for everything in cash? I can just see Amway assholes reading this and throwing their arms up in the air and shrieking NO NO NO!!!! You’re the liar you broke loser.
They’d have to be living on credit to bullshit ambots into what is a Diamond lifestyle. You can’t live a millionaire lifestyle on an income that’s in the low 6 figures. Amway is all about fake it till you make it. Amway is all about going into debt.  Amway is all about lying to trick others that you are richer than you really are and making good money at this scam.
Not hard to figure out at all why Amway diamonds are broke.
Its just those fucking little Amway assholes that show up here to say that I’m broke when unlike their beloved Amway Diamonds I have never had to file bankruptcy or had the bank foreclose on my house. Hell I’ve never even had a call from a bill collector. I have an excellent credit rating but those fucking Amway assholes that read my blog accuse me of being broke.
In other words they accuse someone in the same income bracket as a Diamond of being broke so that shows their low opinion of broke Amway diamonds! Fortunately I don’t have Diamond sized expenses and I manage my money pretty good. So if these fucking Amway assholes think I’m broke then they are putting Amway Diamonds in the same category. Same income. Same broke.
Fucked up Amway asshole logic!


97 comments:

  1. Anna, your blog ROCKS!!!!

    Anyway, Amway Diamonds are just overgrown adult loosers living in their mother's basements pretending to hit it big, while racking up some serious debt. All of them will never know the actual meaning of "independent"!

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    1. Hey thanks! You rock too! I knew a lot of ambots who were still living at home with mommy and daddy and bragging about how much money they were making in Scamway. Yeah right.

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    2. Wow, I knew it. The Caucasian groups of amway must be absolute crap, look whoever you are I am an executive diamond my name is Theo im Columbian and I started my buisness about 3 years back and look where I got now, I earn 300k a year on a bad unproductive year and 460k a year when my 11 groups of 100 people each try hard, I'm with Equipo Vision and we qualify diamonds and new emeralds almost monthly, under me I have 15 Diamonds, 30 Emeralds, And so many platinums, you are very negative I can tell you just failed, you must not have dreams, or any sort of ambitions. I can't believe my associates and I came to america illegally and in a few years made a fortune, wow you white people are cocky and just suck at business marketing.... Yeah look amway pays me a solid check every year but with that check I became the proud owner of 4 McDonald's franchises, 2 Dennys Dinners, I own 1 Holiday Inn, 5 Gas Stations, and I own 1k shares of Apple, Cerner, Manchester United, and MicroSoft yeah but sure I'm an "amway lying cheat", I try to help people but they're to negative, lazy, with no ambition, but why care about people like you I'm rich and im not even legal, and I don't care if I get deported, ill just get to live in my Columbian Mansion, don't join any of those white people groups join equipo vision (team vision) my name's Theo again have a happy miserable life, working while im 33 and retired! Cya at my McDonald's Anna :p

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    3. Theo - OMG. Where to start? Besides the obvious that you seem a little racist against Caucasians.

      How ironic this comment shows up just as I'm getting ready to spend the day down in Tijuana and I don't have to worry going down or coming back cause I'm not illegal.....

      Diamonds are not reading this blog. Neither are Emeralds, Platinums or any IBO who LOVES Amway and LOVES their upline. Unless they're really fucked in the head. More fucked in the head than what Amway does to them. People do not read and comment on blogs that poke fun at things they like. Unless they're fucked in the head like I previously covered.

      I get some low level IBO's showing up here bragging about how much money they make but everyone in Amway is a liar so that's nothing new.

      Wow you got so far in 3 years! I'm amazed the Amway media machine isn't blowing this out their asses that this immigrant made it big in Amway and has bought millions of dollars worth of businesses, etc etc. Usually they're screeching this stuff everywhere they can!

      And why aren't you already retired? Surely you've got competent staff at all your businesses who can take care of things while the money rolls in for you?

      You're just a day's drive from me. I've got a friend in a nearby town that I can come over and visit. Tell us which McD's and we'll be sure to come over and say hi.

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    4. I have to agree with Theo, I have a different perspective though. I was in Amway back in 96 to 99. I never made much money because I never followed the system. I got in because a friend of mine was landscaping an Amway Emrald's house in my area. He is still my friend today and his upline Diamond is still living in Porter County and still has his plane, Cars, 1.8 million dollar home and even he admits that the downturn in the economy hurt his business. But the people like you Anna are just the type of people who are negative for your own reasons. I really just stumbled upon this blog but I took time out of my day to make a post. The things I learned from Amway I have always used in my everyday life. I dont regret the couple grand I spent over three years on functions, meetings and tapes. They teach you to keep positive, keep pushing to achieve your dreams, and to never quit. I know there are some greedy morons in the business. What kind of revelation is that I ask? That goes with any type of business. You do seem bitter for some reason. Let it go and quit wasting your time posting about a few bad people in a widely successful business that has been around longer than we have. I have had my own business for over 12 years and I am not rich but I am happy because I am my own boss. Its not about money Anna, its about having the freedom to choose your own hours and not answering to anyone. I hope you are doing that now. But from the sound of your post you are still stuck working for someone who you have to answer to. Just let go of whatever made you write this post and you will be better off down the road. Bitterness will eat you up.

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    5. Anonymous - you agree with Theo the lying little Amway ambot who shows up here pretending to be an executive diamond? Well Amway is a pretend business so those ambots can pretend whatever title they want to be. But really? You believe that lying sack of shit?

      And if you only spent a grand in 3 years in Amway you weren't really doing Amway, probably just helping out someone with pity purchases. These days Amway Ambots easily spend a grand a month on this scam. There's a lot of money lost and lives destroyed.

      Those motivational books and tapes you mentioned? You kind find better stuff free at the library or online. You don't have to pay some fucking asshole in your Amway upline $100+ a month for that shit.

      It looks like you're still brainwashed after all these years of being out. Amway is a blame the victim scam and you're blaming yourself (as brainwashed from your cult leader) because you didn't follow the system. The system that's designed for failure. Over 99% of IBO's don't make money at Amway.

      Hopefully you found a business with better odds than less than 1%. I know we did.

      Why do Amway ambots keep accusing me of having a job? Sure I work at our business and yes that technically means I'm a boss but I don't go around flaunting that in people's faces because I'm not an arrogant prick. What's so wrong with having a job? I'm glad the people who work for us don't have that attitude. I'm very thankful for our staff, without them I'd have to spend more hours working instead of going for lunch with friends and family, taking care of everything around the house, going to the Y, so I'd say my time is more or less my own except for when I go in to help.

      Oh and seeing as how I'm not in Amway - of course life will be better down the road! LOL!

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  2. Great job with this one Anna. All of the entries are great, but this one really can be a forefront entry. All of those people getting false hopes that one day they can live large thanks to this scam. It always amazed me how in the world can these so called "Diamonds" or "Emeralds" have so much money, yet need to have another job at least? I thought they were earning so much from this scam that they wouldn't need it. This is something many people need to know. I'm thinking about 95% - 99% of the people in this crap have other jobs. The idea was to reach a level where the scam would provide such a high salary that you don't need anything else and can have all the time in the world with massive money pouring in. Bullshit.

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    1. You got it Sprigsleg. Amway is all about selling the hope. And yup everyone in our upline to Emerald had jobs other than Amway. Well they'd need to. Amway is a very expensive social club! I don't remember any Diamonds working outside jobs but they sure had to hustle their asses working the Amway scam and bullying their downline to buy more buy more! Diamonds don't retire. They can't afford to or else it means going back to working a job as many have found out.

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    2. There is no problem with having another job with Amway, especially if you have a high paying career. If your career pays you 100k per year and you make 50k a year in amway, are you going to be complaining?

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  3. Hi anna. I think the 150 k is a gross figure. A diamond is constantly on the road so i expect expenses would eat up at least half that. And thats income for 2 people. So net its a small income. You wont buy much for cash on that. And it takes 10 years to qualify. In addition diamonds are unable to requalify so their income crumbles.its just impossible to keep 6 legs going. So i just dont see why anyone would bother.

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    1. Anonymous - I'm sure its a gross figure and its not the exact figure on Amway literature but its within a few thousand, I just like to work in round numbers. Don't forget the tool scam money. Diamonds speak at a few rallies a year even if they don't get one of the major functions. We always had to write our checks out payable to cash so the Diamonds could avoid paying taxes on it. Gross or net and with or without a few cash events Diamonds can't afford to live millionaire lifestyles on that income. Everything crumbles. People quit. People get fired. People have enough of the Amway bullshit. I'm sure our upline Diamond has a huge hole in his income these past few months after Amway fired our sack of shit Platinum. He defected to Monavie and took a lot of his downline with him.

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    2. Hi anna. Me again. Indeed they do get speaking fees. With so many going to functions this is surely nice income. But when the diamond falls out of qualification fees dry up. Its only the few legend high pins who managed to keep the bulk of tools money among themselves who make big money.

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    3. Anonymous - you and I might know this thanks to high level Amway IBO's who spilled their guts about the Amway tool scam but we'll never convince a brainwashed Ambot. Only a handful of Diamonds have kept their status and they have to keep working and speaking. The only ones who retire are the people who own Amway and their heirs. Everyone else keeps working the scam.

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    4. Your right, diamond don't requalify, but their bonus checks still come in ever month and year and their income actually grows because the real money in made in the depth of your business, not by how many legs you have.

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    5. Actually I'm wrong. Diamond are able to requalify.

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    6. You know what you are talking about Mr Darnell. Thank you for clarifying misconceptions about a legit business like Amway. It is noticeable that Mrs Banana post is biased with a lot of anger for an individual case. Thanks!

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    7. A reply backing Mr Darnell's views

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    8. Mrs Banana apparently did not do well with Amway. You have to work for your dreams. Team Global all the way!

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    9. Thanks for stopping by and proving that Amway is a blame the victim scam.

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  4. Hilarious when i was reading this. Wonder how the wwdb cult leaders explain how they took 5+ yrs to get a new diamond.


    From one of ibofightbacks websites
    It's now official, Dean and Marcie Whalen in Edmonton, Alberta are now Diamonds in the World Wide Dreambuilders LOA in the Amway business.

    I believe it's been 6-7 years since WWDB has had a new Diamond and this is pretty awesome news. Word on the street is in a year and with their current business they will be founders Diamonds next year this time. They would be the first to do that since Brad and Julie Duncan went Founders Diamond.

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  5. I once was recruited for Amway, and even signed up for a few months. I immediately stopped when I found out my sponsor and his wife had been at it for a few years and were STILL working jobs! They of course made it seem like they were living the "dream."

    A few years passed and I had started my own business - something that actually created value in this world, when I ran into those sponsors. They had a proposal to make to me and I agreed to meet them for coffee. To my surprise they never talked about Amway in this coffee meeting and had proposed what we thought was a legitimate partnership with another business that they started. They invited me to a "marketing" conference, and told me some very successful "entrepreneurs" would be speaking. I thought I might learn something so I decided to attend. To my horror it was a Fu&^%&ing AMWAY rally. After the meeting, they asked me what I thought and I politely told them that I was not interested in Amway. They asked me if I wanted freedom and told me I would be an idiot to pass this "opportunity" up again. I told them to go F&@ck themselves.

    A couple years have passed since then and my business has outgrown their "dream" business ten fold and they are still slaving away, loosing friends, creating enemies and trying to recruit people who want to "live the dream." I don't think they get it.

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    1. Hi Anonymous. Thanks for sharing your story. Yup they all want to meet for coffee. Yup they don't say it's Amway. It's ecommerce or something like that. They all yap about freedom and dreams and how you'll be rich in 2 - 5 years even though the ones saying it have been in for a lot longer than that losing their money and pretending everything's going great. I'm going to repost your comments on an upcoming post because this is an older post and some people might miss what you have to say. I'm doing posts about how people are getting prospected by ambots so this will fit in nicely. Thanks!

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    2. Hehehe,
      I am about to go Diamond in only 3 years of hard work and dedication.
      How much I Love when skepticals turn out to be wrong :)
      Du, nu nu nu, nu nu, nu nu,
      Cant touch me.

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    3. You're wasting time, Anonymous! You should be out prospecting! After all, as we speak, IBOs in your team are leaving and you have to replace them, otherwise you'll drop out of qualification! So go, man, go!! You have no time to waste!!!

      ~Osuwariboy

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    4. Anonymous you come back and let us know how that goes.

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    5. Osuwariboy - he's being a bad little Ambot isn't he. Wait till the assholes in his Amway upline find out he was hanging here instead of prospecting unless he's so fucked in the head he thinks this blog is a good place to find prospects!

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    6. Funny. In a so called real job, you work every week until you retire at 65 or so.
      About 45 years of your life.
      And most people retire on the pension / social security.
      That makes working a great way to becone financially free!!

      With Amway, if it takes 10 years to get an income of $1000 a week, you are better off than traditional workers.

      So what if Amway people still have jobs. You do till you are 65.
      It takes time to build any business.
      And so what if Amway people are out building their business alk the time.
      You are for 45 years.

      I would rather the hope of an Amway business than the no hope of a job.

      Yes, there are very successful people working jobs but 95% of people are struggling.
      Amway is no different.

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    7. Alan - if you're putting all your hope in Amway then you have no hope at all. Look at the small print on Amway's literature where it shows that less than 1% make money. Reverse that to read over 99% failure rate. Surely you can find a business with a better success rate than that. And surely you can find a commissioned sales job that pays better than $10/month.

      Amway is very different. Its a system designed for failure. Have you ever taken a job anywhere else where your boss wanted you to fail? I doubt it.

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    8. I definitely agree 100% with Alan. If you are teamed up with the wrong people then you of course there is the chance of failure- say what you want. When you are Teamed up with the right team that actually cares about you, and builds your business because when you succeed then they succeed. It's a no-brainer . You Go 50/150 for 3 out of your first 6 months you get $50/per month that you do plus your regular business $'s you'll be around $60-$260/month that you do. Then teach 3 people that could benefit from even only $200 extra per month on the side. Help them do what you did in your first 3 months, go 50/150, then go Fast Track making between $500-1100/month with the fast track bonus and regular business $'s. I could go through the entire business plan. but the moral of the post is that if I help you make $4000/month The Amway corporation will pay me $850/month, now what is bad about that? When we build teams it's with people that want to grow and make a difference in there own and others' lives. That who i'm looking for and connected with. I feel bad for the people on here saying that they "TRIED" to work it, that means they never actually put the work in. It's like this, 5 seagulls are on a dock and one decides to fly away, How many seagulls are left?......5. Just because you decide to still doesn't mean you have flown away yet action brings results. Get out there, build your business. That's why there is a 90 day money back guarantee so you can't be out anything. As for the products 180 day money back guarantee, so nothing to lose everything to gain if you have a dream and want to make a difference in many lives. Are your families dreams worth it? Do you believe in yourself? Be bold and go achieve your dreams! You are worth it, and your family is worth it!

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    9. Anonymous - of course you agree with Alan. Both of you have been brainwashed to spout off the bullshit you hear from your Amway cult leaders. You probably would have better luck trying to sign up 5 seagulls to the Amway scam than you'd have signing up real people!

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  6. Really interesting blog. I did Amway for a few months back in the mid 90s when I was in the Marines. One of my sergeants got into it and took a bunch of us to a rally at Long Beach, CA and it was all a big huge deal. I signed up and even tried to work it, but that wasn't good enough. I had to buy the tapes too. Not just buy them, but subscribe monthly for new tapes every month.

    THis was before the internet mind you. We had to go to these meetings every weekend. WHich was funny cause at the meetings they'd tell us we weren't recruiting enough people, but we had meetings like 3 days a week including all day saturday, and some sundays so I'm not completely sure when we were supposed to actually recruit. And yeah, it was weird and cult like "Tonight we get to watch Dave give the Plan!" Yes, it's the same fucking plan, that Bob, Steve, Al, and Jim have done the last several nights in a row.

    I quit it after a couple of months, and my Sgt. gave me all sorts of shit about it for months on end, how I was a loser and wouldn't amount to crap because I have no dreams and no initiative. He just found me on Facebook a few months ago, he quit Amway about a year later, never did make any money at it.

    I just started with a new MLM, I've been skeptical of MLMs for years after this. But I researched this one a lot, and it seems very solid. You never just "invite" someone for coffee. You actually tell them what you want to talk to them about and show them some videos online before having them over. Plus, if they just want to use the products and not do any selling, they can do that too. It has been much easier to work by far. And expectations are more realistic.

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    1. Hi Tim. Thanks for stopping by with your story. Things never change in Amway except with the Internet ordering now and getting shipped to the house instead of having to haul over to some upline's house to pick up your Amway shit. Ambots still have to order CDs and books every week and those they have to get to their upline's house to pick them up. How about they keep them cause it's going to cost more in time and gas money than what those brainwashing tools are worth!

      And don't get me started on those multiple weekly meetings where you hear the exact same thing you heard at the meeting before and the one before that and so on.....

      And the abuse you took after you quit is the same abuse everyone else gets too. Plus I get extra when I get Amway ambots showing up at my blog to tell me what they think of me like I haven't heard it a million times before from the assholes in our upline!

      Good luck with your new venture.

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    2. What if someone valued being around generally positive people?
      I have met 5 diamonds and I feel a peace I don't see from any employees.

      GOD BLESS

      ps. I'm Kyle

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    3. Kyle - subjective. You and I probably have different definitions of what we consider positive people. Some people think scammers are positive people, others not so much. I bet those Diamonds are gonna be hauling coal in hell and then we'll see how positive they are then!

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    4. Do you feel judging people and saying they will be in hell is appropriate? Typically that is not our decision to make for others.
      And I cover the blood of Jesus over the Diamonds I met right now. Until you feel Gods love, it may be hard to accept
      -Kyle

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    5. Kyle - Amway ambots judge everybody who is not in Amway so this is our little spot on the web where we can just people in Amway. Turn the tables and it really pisses off those arrogant Amway assholes! Being in the Amway cult is all about twisting the bible to suit the Amway cult leader's purposes. And absolutely those evil bastards who bring so much misery to other people's lives belong in hell. If you love Amway and the assholes in your Amway upline so much, boy did you pick the wrong place on the Internet to hang out! Ha ha!!!!

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    6. Kyle,

      2 Corinthians 11:14

      -Jerry

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  7. Haha all this negative talk is ridiculous. I guess haters will always hate. Not even accurate. This is called ignorance growing a mouth. Any one with and decency would look at this and see that these people commenting are either made up or are really not good people.

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    1. And Amway assholes are always going to lie and screw people out of their hard earned money. Guess you don't listen to fucking good to the assholes in your Amway upline who tell you not to visit negative web pages like this one and never speak negative. Thanks for leaving a comment and bumping my rating up higher on Google!

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    2. Made up? Like your Amway pipe dream?
      Haters always hate? Realists always face reality.
      Ignorance a mouth? Are you aware of what is going on in India right now with your supplier? Of course not, the information you are allowed to read is what has been given to you. Sheep.
      Decency? Accuracy? You cannot just dismiss the thousands of people who voice their grief with this business. One or two and maybe it is a fluke. THOUSANDS have spoken out over the years. There's no "New Amway" it is the same old story. They have you indoctrinated to think that everything you read on the internet is simply the opinions of simple minded slack jawed uneducated liberals who only want to live off of their government welfare program. Far from it.
      How voices will it take for you, and other IBOs, to stop blindly believing the people who profit off of your enthusiasm, and listen to those who have truly seen the problems.
      I'm guessing your involvement in this "opportunity" has been no longer than 2 years. The enthusiasm is still there. You think you are still fighting and working toward your future. you haven't lost hope. Maybe you have a decent downline that hasn't seen the light either. The glimmer of hope still exists. Come back after year 3, and 4, and 5, and let's see that fighting spirit. Show us how core you are. No excuses, never give in, never quit, prove the haters wrong. Show us your picture in Achieve Magazine, Diamond chaser. Come back when you can show us a picture of your Mercedes, and not someone else's. We'll be waiting.
      -Jerry

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    3. @AnonymousJuly 9, 2013 at 10:40 AM

      First you have established that you are a ridiculous, ignorant hypocrite, not duplicating your upline nor following their instructions that you should not visit so called "negative" websites. You are not a good downline are you?

      Secondly instead of running your mouth uncontrollably why don't you rebut the issues raised by Anna or offer resounding evidence to the contrary?

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  8. LOLOL wow. Anna Banana's got wayy too much hate in his heart. Life is short and you spend it blogging and shitting on Amway because you're a failure. Hilarious.

    You're still angry about failing in Amway? How do you have so much free time on your hands?

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    1. Yes I'm a failure at lying, cheating, scamming people out of their money, brainwashing them, bitching at them to come to cult meetings and to buy overpriced shitty products. If those are things you're successful at then don't brag about it around here. At least we sleep at normal nighttime hours and not up at the wee hours of the morning trying to figure out how much money diamonds make. Talk about having free time on your hands!

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    2. 4:45AM Anon?!?!

      That's one hell of night owl to be fired up from.

      Back in July I posted on this topic, 2 comments up. Enjoy it, Sheep.

      _Jerry

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  9. I have to admit, I LOVE THIS. My parents were Amway folks back in the late 80s and throughout the 90s, even into the early 2000s. As a 12 year old witnessing the early years even I had the common sense to look at this yahoos and think, "This is the biggest scam ever"! I grew to resent everything Amway, because my parent's life became consumed with it. They became broke and our family vacations were no longer vacations but these stupid "Functions". OHHHHHHHHH I HATE those FUCKING Functions. Seeing the greedy diamonds giving their bullshit speeches, I wanted to vomit. Again, this was now how I had to spend our family vacations as a teenager and to say it was hell would simply be an understatement. I even recall when diamond bitch brought her closet full of fur coats so we lowly people could try them on. I hissed at her because I belonged to Greenpeace (got my membership in 3rd grade) and the thought of the whole fur coat thing grossed me out, let alone, all these pathetic women clamoring to touch them. CRAZY!!!

    I'll never forget the "Book of Diamonds". I was so enamored with their houses and cars, but also how incredibly douchey and pathetic they all looked.

    Now the Internet has made it a more transparent society. I just wish this existed back in the late 80s and I wouldn't have to watch my parents spend tens of thousands of dollars on a lost dream. It's sad really.

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    1. Hi Anonymous. thanks for stopping by. I feel your pain and sorry you went through all this while your parents devoted their lives to Amway the cult of greed. I'm going to bring your comments up in a future post because this is kind of old and readers might miss it. I've had a few features this year from kids of ambots and the stories are so similar and always so sad what they went through. Glad you're enjoying the blog.

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    2. I can see my nephew saying this in a few years. No vacations, no socializing with normal people.

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    3. Anonymous - the good thing is 95% of Amway IBO's quit within 2 years so the average is on the side of your nephew. The only question is how much emotional and financial damage will Scamway cause before he quits. And yes when you're in Amway you are only supposed to socialize with other people in Amway because the rest of the world who aren't in Amway are losers and dream stealers and must be avoided according to the assholes in your Amway upline that is.

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    4. You just proved a point, 95% quit within 2 years. Everyone else is making something out of it. My upline has been in it for 2 years and there paying off all of their bills now. It wouldn't have been helpful if they quit now would it?

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    5. 90% of restaurants fail, and people lose hundreds of thousands of dollars, wiping them out financially. Do you bitch about how restaurants are scams? I mean, they all have overpriced food, when you could make a cheaper healthier meal at home right? The rich successful restaurant owners pay their waiters crap, and hire illegals, at substandard wages, to clean up at night. Restaurant owners are scum! Restaurants are Scams! They suck people money away and just make them fat with huge portions of junk. So where is your vile for restaurants, or are you one of those people, who give them your money? You support restaurants don't you? DON'T YOU? You're scum just like them.

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    6. Oh great another dumb fuck Amway ambot stops by. This blog is about cursing out the fucking assholes in my Amway upline and getting the word out about the lies and scams that Amway assholes use. Why the fuck would I blog about restaurants? If you feel that strongly about restaurants start writing your own blog but sorry I won't be by to read it because I just don't read things that I don't give a shit about. This blog is about Amway scum - like you!

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    7. Anna dear,
      You should see a councillor for your lashing out, anger issue.
      I was looking for info an Amway,
      Funny thing i realized I dont want to be Anything like you, your a real biatch by the way your are talking to people. Thank to your rude comments id rather be apart of Amway, atleast they have respect, values and know how to talk to others like grown, mature people.

      Thank you for allowing me to see how being someone like you would be the worst decison of my life.

      Amway here I come!

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    8. It's funny how some people go around not realizing that Anna's tone is actually intentional. Ah well, at least, she has proper spelling.

      ~Osuwariboy

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    9. Anonymous - you better go counsel with the assholes in your Amway upline. You're hanging out at this blog instead of worshipping and loving them and sucking their dicks off. Holy fuck are you ever a bad little Ambot!

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  10. Do your research amigos...Forbes.com #25 on the top 100 list...Net-work marketing is a legitimate business...Sears, best buy, Apple, Barnes and Nobles, Office Depot, Disney, and a total of 80 others are all partners with this so call scamway...If Amway is a scam then call the feds because this is the longest scam in the history of the U.S...54 years to be exact...I suggest you read books on the industry (Network Marketing) which has 52 billion dollars in revenue each year...Robert Kiyosaki wrote a book "The business for the 21st Century" also "School of Business"...Other books to get information on the industry "The New Professionals"...Donald Trump and Warren Buffet both have NETWORK MARKETING COMPANIES and they have BILLIONS of reasons as to why I stop and listen to them. Get information from legitimate sources...Or be negative and work for 40 years give your life and youth to some corporate pyramid where only the people at the top reap the big bucks and you do all the work...Listen you don't have to do network marketing to make your dreams come true that so TRUE but staying where you are is definitely NOT the answer. If you have capital to build a business then do so help the economy and build something of your own. Hope you all have much success in life.

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    1. Nothing wrong with network marketing.
      Most of those companies you listed, Barnes, Sears, and Best Buy are struggling right now and shutting down stores, they will take any hook they can get for extra cheap referrals to their business.
      It is not the partner sites that make Amway bad, its their IBO' actions IMO.

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    2. Anonymous - apparently life experience from people who lived through the Amway hell isn't good enough in person actually lived through it research. Of course not because people in Amway don't believe anything unless someone else in Amway says it whether or not it's true, Amway ambots parrot the Amspeak from these assholes.

      I've done enough research minimal as it may be that I have a good idea what will happen to a person if they jump onto the subway lines that I don't have to experience it firsthand and can draw on someone else's experience that they got themself electrocuted to death. You won't believe me cause I'm not in Amway so why don't you do your own research and jump on the subway line and see what happens.

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    3. What if staying where I am WILL fulfill my dreams? What if my dreams aren't as selfish and petty as the typical Ambot dream?

      As for Warren Buffett and Donald Trump: Warren Buffett does in fact own an MLM (let's call it what it is) but if you look into it, it is run much different from the one we are discussing, and he really isn't directly involved with it. He's not going out to conferences to give speeches. He's not selling pots and pans. Trump is really good at making money for himself so, he started his own MLM and placed himself at the top. If these two men had the blind faith that you and the millions or other sheep around the world do, wouldn't they just sign up in the same fashion you did? Start at the bottom? Work your way to riches? These guys are telling you to sign up for MLMs while they own them. This doesn't leave a funny taste in your mouth?

      -Jerry

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    4. It's funny how people will always look at a finished product and say that was easy our he's lucky. Kiyosaki was homeless for a while fighting for a dream. Trump has lost more money than most of us will ever see. my opinion is that they had a goal and despite sooooooo many people telling them they can't do it, you're crazy, just quit. look at any person with any significant success and you'll always here stories of people that Todd then to quit, but the common denominator with all successful people they ignored them and kept going. Thank you for this website,

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    5. Though this comment does not refute anything above...

      Poker is a phenomenal metaphor for this. The best poker players in the world don't play every card they are dealt. They recognize winning card percentages, cost to play, table volatility, sunk loss, emotions, tendencies of other players, and play their cards accordingly, separating themselves from pride and ego. Folding your cards does not entail 'losing' or 'quitting'. Yes, any hand you are dealt could be the one that wins you all the chips, but playing every hand like it is a flush straight will bleed your chips dry.

      Maybe Kenny Rogers put it best...

      -Jerry

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  11. I mean i guess you were in the business. heard all the "Motivational speeches". but did you act upon them? And look you're right Amway doesn't work. It doesn't have to its a private company selling top quality items and paying people to recommend them. But the business is real i know a guy who went from a pool clean-up to a diamond in 6 years. Diamonds don't make 150k...those are emeralds. Amway diamonds make 650k+ a year. but ypu wouldn't know..you're just here "being careful with your money"

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    1. Hi Anonymous - so you're saying that the literature that Amways head office sends out about expected compensation for a Diamond being around 150k is a lie? According to your figures? Shocking! You know the correct income and Amway's head office is way off base by a half a million. Thank you for stopping by and setting us straight. But what a dilemma. Who should we believe? Amway's head office or an Ambot?

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    2. Hey there Anna,

      You know, in this specific case, you don't have to choose who to believe because they're both correct in a way. Diamond do make 150K a year FROM AMWAY. However, let's not forget the money one makes selling books and CDs and tickets to various functions. This money doesn't come from Amway... so the company doesn't include it in their figures.

      But on this note, why don't you get a look at this website, it breaks up a diamond's revenue better than I ever could:

      http://www.cocs.com/jhoagland/tools.html

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    3. Tobbi - you are probably right. Diamonds have other incomes on top of their Amway income whether that means their share of the profits from the tool scam or other investments. They can't live an Amway Diamond millionaire lifestyle on only Amway income.

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    4. That 150k for diamonds you see is actually what's required by the federal trade comission. We're not suppose to show the real averages when we show the plan, people won't believe them.

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    5. Hold on Darnell, are you saying that your parent company doesn't provide full income disclosure of diamonds? Shouldn't the FTC know that they are LYING about the income of this opportunity?

      I call BS on this entire statement. The primary drive of recruitment is fulfilling dreams of insurmountable wealth. Being a millionaire. I've even heard IBOs discuss BILLIONAIREs they've met. How many IBOs have come in here claiming they know someone who makes "gazillions'?

      So are you telling us that diamonds make more? Sounds like a stronger selling point.

      Or is it less?

      Either way you are claiming that your parent company has not provided proper information to a governing body, and, based on how you say "we're not supposed to...", this is a taught practice within your organization, going up and down your line. Either you, and your organization are lying, or there is something much worse afoot.

      So, Darnell, is it WWDB? Network21? BWW? URA?

      Or are you going to run and hide, realizing you have made a dangerously invalid remark, with a face attached?

      -Jerry

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  12. Anna. How can you say 150 k is a nice income. This is gross. Deduct business expenses say 50 k. Or more. Pay income tax say 25 k or more. So you are left with 60 k say. For a couple. Thats 30 k. Each. Working 7 days a week non stop. Nonsense.

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    1. Hi Anonymous. It is a nice income for most people. For the tiny percentage of ambots who make it it's probably not so nice an income because they have to pretend they're living an Amway diamond lifestyle on low 6 figures and going into debt to fool their downline how rich they are. Is it worth working all those hours and going into debt to trick others and not having much $$$ to show for it? I'm with you. Nonsense.

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  13. I have a friend that's with Amway. He tried to get me to join a couple of months back to which I said no. He's not totally sold on it either. He goes to a lot of the conferences and weekly meetings and is actually doing pretty well which he thinks is just luck. I did my own research and i did find that yes some "diamonds" go broke by spending money that isnt there. I've also found out that by doing a lot day in and day out in getting people to buy or make connections for them to join is tough but they say is well worth it. My view on it: It can work if you put the effort and time in. But at the same time it's not for everyone. I do believe it takes the right people to go Diamond or Ruby or Emerald in the business. Is it a scam? To some maybe but from what I've read, I'm not convinced it is.

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    1. Anonymous - good on you for saying NO to Amway. As you've figured out its just a big game of make belief.

      The scam comes in due to the lies ambots tell about the compensation and how they hide how much money you really have to spend each month in Amway, a lot of it on the tool scam. The way to make money is selling CD's and tickets to functions. That's where the money is and the profits are only divided among a small group at the top of the scheme. If you come back, take a look at the links on the right side of this page. One is for a free ebook called Merchants of Deception and that will spell out to you exactly what life inside Amway is like.

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  14. haha! this is halarious. It's so funny that you all still think it's a scam and it doesn't work. First, Diamonds make more than 150k. Diamonds really make close to 400k. And there are hundreds of new platinums each year. So while you all are taking about how it doesn't work, people are out here making it work.

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    1. WAKE UP DARNELL!!!!!!!

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    2. he is awake dipshit. Its called facts and people who ignore them are called ignorant

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    3. You need to counsel with the assholes in your Amway upline. You missed the part about how good little Amway ambots never say negative.

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    4. Anna Banana-There is no negative in this post of Darnell's.

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    5. Anonymous - you don't think Darnell its hilarious that many people have been financially and emotionally devastated by the Amway scam? Obviously we have differing opinions on what is negative and there's nothing wrong with having different opinions on that. Either way Darnell showed up here spouting off lies and bullshit, undoubtedly duplicating what he's heard from the fucking lying assholes in his Amway upline.

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  15. First of all Amway/WWDB is not a "get rich quick" scheme. You cannot expect to get "rich" overnight. That's not what it's about. It's called delayed gratification. Plant your seeds now for future benefit.
    Secondly, it says the average income for diamonds is $400k/year, but that the highest paid diamond was over $2.2mil.
    Lastly, everyone just needs to settle down. If it worked for you, great! If it didn't, then who cares? Get on with your lives.

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    1. That reminds me we should run the who cares post again. Perhaps someone has a link to Amway's literature showing this new amount that diamonds earn yearly. If its just word of mouth from some lying upline asshole we all know not to believe it.

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    2. Great Post, Anonymous. We were actively involved in the business for years and were greatly blessed in the relationships we have and the things we learned from our upline and all of the Diamonds and above from the seminars we chose to go to. Note that I said chose. The tools and seminars are a choice and are recommended because if you can learn from someone who has already been down a path not to go there, then it will save you time and money. The business isn't perfect because people aren't perfect. Greed and ego can lead people to make stupid decisions, that can hurt other people. That did happen in our upline and it affected our business and drive to even actively pursue it. Even with that I don't regret for a minute our involvement in the Amway business model and would encourage others to pursue it for the personal development alone.

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  16. Wow.... This is a great waste of everybody's time. Stop being so angry and focus more of your time on watching T.V and drinking before you have to go to sleep to make it to WORK tomorrow. ;) *ShakingMyHead*
    Mitchellinspiration.wwdb.biz
    Feel free to e-mail me with any assumptions and doubts about being an IBO, i would be happy to shatter your falsified assumptions. T.Mitchell@katewwdb.com

    Have a nice day;
    ~Tyler Mitchell~

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    1. Its a waste of time sharing our stories so others don't get sucked into the scam and go through the same financial and emotional distress. At least if people are watching TV they aren't losing money to Amway. Tyler we've heard all the brainwashed Amspeak before.

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    2. Hey Tyler,
      Why do you need us to email you our 'assumptions and doubts'?

      Join the open discussion, right here. We'd be happy to debunk your falsified assumptions.

      -Jerry

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  17. Yo. This article is insanely biased. Ive never been one to like amway, for the most part I do think its annoying but theres no denying thr fact that most of my family that came from a 3rd world country and were piss poor came up with this business with years of hard work and effort. 10 years isnt a long time to ask for when you can secure your future. Im pretty sure people who make the same amount of money spend 10 years in school. Amway isnt a scam. You cant expect to make it big without the hussle. No one is guaranteed 6 figure income just because they join. Thats a no brainer. Being an adult I figured you and others would have realized this. Its about the amount of effort you put into this business. You do get rewarded. Ive witnessed this my whole life. Family that lived in a rough area in chicago now own huge houses and cars INDEPENDENTLY because of their hard work in this business. Not everyone who signs up makes it, its all about how much effort you put. Nothing about it is a scam. Before you go running your mouth on something you dont know about try getting some real facts, not your biased opinion. The business is an opportunity, not a hand out.

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    1. I have a lot of ambots show up here and claim they have nothing to do with Amway and then bitch bitch bitch out comes the canned Amspeak.

      This is a blog, a diary based on personal experiences and opinion. Of course peoples personal experiences and opinions are biased based on their true life stories duh!!!!

      If you want unbiased look at the Dateline videos done by real reporters interviewing past and current Amway employees. The link is in the upper right hand side of this page.

      And no matter how hard you work in a system designed for failure you're not going to make money. Amway's own figures on their literature show only a small fraction of 1% IBO's make money. Thats over 99% failure rate according to Amway what kind of business opportunity is that. Scam! Only the most aggressive liars and scammers make money.

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    2. If you are so proud of your family's accomplishments, we'd like their names, please. Surely they are on the tape list, right? Also, please don't bother to reply without all their Schedule C's attached, O.K.?

      I'm always amused that it's someone's 'relative' or 'friend' or 'co-worker' or what-the-hell-ever that they know. The friend of a friend of a friend of someone's uncle cousin Larry or something. Well, if it's so great, what the hell are you waiting for? Dang, sounds like a sure thing to me.

      Cassette Tape

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  18. 68 cents on every dollar is paid back to distributors. those who drive the most volume make more money no matter, age, race, religion, or background. Diamonds living in parents basements... lol. The diamonds I know built a house on their property for their parents. No critic or blogger in the history of humanity has impacted people in a positive way. Its a good thing people like you exist, every success story has haters.

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    1. And thats why Amway products are so fucking expensive. Everyone upline earns commission while the lowly IBO at the bottom of the pyramid did all the work to make that sale.

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  19. When a Diamond dies, he can look back on his life and say, "Ive helped thousands of people make extra money and accomplish their goals though free enterprise and universal success principles and generated economy for this country" When Anna Banana dies, she will say.. "I was a cunt that liked to blog that never helped anyone. you call people in Amway stupid but the real idiots are the people that listen to you"

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    1. Diamonds look back and say look at all he people I fucked over to get rich. Look at all the people who I helped destroy marriages and brought financial and emotional distress to their lives. Thats something i'll never be able to say.

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  20. Amway people are liars. I hate all of them

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    1. Yup that pretty much sums up Amway ambots!

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  21. I just thought I'd share this Link showing Amway's Sponsorship's, Amway has sponsored the Miss America Pageant(Not any more), Amway Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY Sports, Amway Center. Take a look.

    https://www.amway.com/about-amway/campaigns-and-sponsorships/sponsorships

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    1. Anonymous you should check out our recent post about how Amway ambots claim Amway never advertises. Miss America takes on paid sponsorships as do other pageants as do many others that have nothing to do with pageants. You really think anyone that reads this blog is going to look at an Amway link? Around here we're not dumb fucks who go around reading stuff that doesn't interest us or might otherwise piss us off.

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    2. I am showing the people that are actually wondering if half the stuff you say is true or not some evidence of who we actuall work with

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    3. Anonymous - seeing as how this blog is devoted mostly to making the Amway upline look like a bunch of fucking assholes, your opinion might differ. You might love the fucking assholes in your Amway upline so much that you'd be happy to suck dick and kiss ass. Why don't you show them the Amway printed literature you have to show all prospects. You know the one with all the circles drawn on it and it shows how much money you'll make if you find 6 people who do what you do (suck dick, kiss ass, buy hundreds of dollars in shitty overpriced Amway products each month - not easy to find these people by the way!) and they find 6 people and they find 6 people...... But to hell with all that. Look at the small print where it shows how much Amway Diamonds make each year. And the small print that shows the small percentage of 1% of IBO's who make money at Amway and ask them about that. Its printed out on Amway literature in black and white. Amway wouldn't print it out if it wasn't true, would they? The assholes in the Amway upline will start screeching about never question upline and give you some bullshit that what's printed there is only "guidelines" and the real money runs in the gazillions of dollars rolling in each month. You decide whether or not to believe the assholes in your Amway upline or what Amway has in the small print of their own literature. No skin off my ass if you choose to believe a bunch of scamming lying Amway assholes or believe those who've lost money thanks to this scam.

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  22. Anna, my friend invited me to an E-commerce meeting with over 2,000 people. I showed up an hour late and I was shocked to find out that my friend sucked me into an Amway meeting like a blind vortex. I open mindly listened and quickly got bored. So, I jumped on the internet on my smart phone and did some research. I ran across your amazing blog. To you I personally say "Amen Sister!" You are right on to the tee of your critical assessment of Amway. I am texting you "live" from this bull shit praise meeting that makes me want to VOMIT. In a strange way the woman speaker is so wacko Amway no brain that I keep listening in disgust. It's like a stinking movie like the Postman by Kevin Kostner that I just can't turn off. My take away message is that anybody can start a legitimate E-commerce by simply googlinng Wikipedia E-commerce and start meaningful old school relationships with clients without scaming and degrading people in a mentally sick way. Lol...Amway Ambot so called geniuses, Diamonds whatever....please slam my text because I don't give a shit and won't respond....lol

    AMWAY = ARROGANT MATERIALIST WICKED APES YAHOOS

    I am not saying don't join Amway. I am saying for myself, I was taught and have higher business ethics then Scamway.

    Living my own dream, Freddy

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    1. Hi Anonymous - the only way ambots can sucker prospects into attending an Amway meeting is by lying that its some other kind of meeting. Calling it an e-commerce meeting is probably the oldest trick out there. Wonder what those ambots did in the days before the Internet!

      Live from an Amway meeting! I think that might be a first around here! Get suckered into a Scamway meeting, pull out your phone and surf right over here. Like you didn't have a better way to spend a Friday night! Or any other night.

      Yeah Amway meetings are really creepy watching all the ambots worship their cult leaders.

      And no, you should say don't join Amway. Amway only brings you a life of misery, debt, and destroyed relationships.

      Glad you saw through those lying bastards.

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Comments are moderated but we publish just about everything. Even brainwashed ambots who show up here to accuse us of not trying hard enough and that we are lazy, quitters, negative, unchristian dreamstealers. Like we haven’t heard that Amspeak abuse from the assholes in our upline!

If your comment didn’t get published it could be one of these reasons:
1. Is it the weekend? We don’t moderate comments on weekends. Maybe not every day during the week either. Patience.
2. Racist/bigoted comments? Take that shit somewhere else.
3. Naming names? Public figures like politicians and actors and people known in Amway are probably OK – the owners, Diamonds with CDs or who speak at functions, people in Amway’s publicity department who write press releases and blogs. Its humiliating for people to admit their association with Amway so respect their privacy if they’re not out there telling everyone about the love of their life.
4. Gossip that serves no purpose. There are other places to dish about what Diamonds are having affairs or guessing why they’re getting divorced. If you absolutely must share that here – don’t name names. I get too many nosy ambots searching for this. Lets not help them find this shit.
5. Posting something creepy anonymously and we can’t track your location because you’re on a mobile device or using hide my ass or some other proxy. I attracted an obsessed fan and one of my blog administrators attracted a cyberstalker. Lets keep it safe for everyone. Anonymous is OK. Creepy anonymous and hiding – go fuck yourselves!
6. Posting something that serves no purpose other than to cause fighting.
7. Posting bullshit Amway propaganda. We might publish that comment to make fun of you. Otherwise take your agenda somewhere else. Not interested.
8. Notice how this blog is written in English? That's our language so keep your comments in English too. If you leave a comment written in another language then we either have to use Google translate to put it into English so everyone can understand what you wrote or we can hit the Delete button. Guess which one is easier for us to do?
9. We suspect you're a troublemaking Amway asshole.
10. Your comment got caught in the spam filter. Gets checked occasionally. We’ll get to you eventually and approve it as long as it really isn’t spam.