Monday, June 22, 2015

Another Former Amway Employee Tells It Like It Is

I always like hearing from former Amway employees. Love this one who talks about the drivel he heard from the Amway speakers. Drivel? He’s too kind. Around here we refer to it as bullshit from the stage. I can see how it would be really tough to take an entire weekend’s worth of bullshit from an Amway convention and try to condense it into an hour or so’s worth of a tape that can be sold to the brainwashed ambots. I mean those bullshitters on the stage at Amway conventions all the same thing. Maybe slightly differently. You get one husband and wife team he worked at a gas station and she works as a waitress. The next husband and wife team he cleans port a potties and she works as a cashier. The rest of their stories are the same. A dear friend showed them the Amway plan, they borrowed money to get gas in the car to get to their first Amway convention, and now here they are with bazillions of dollars rolling in every month from Amway.
Yup the real money to be made is from the tools. Who gets to profit share in the tool scam money? The Diamonds. They don’t really want other IBO’s getting to Diamond no matter how much they lie and gush about how they want you to stand on the stage with them. Cause if you’re standing on the stage with them that means you can not get some of the profits from the tools and that’s less piece of the pie for the longtimers.
 
First, I'm happy to see you're not intimidated by the dain-brammaged Am-Wankers. In the seventies, I was hired by an Emerald to distill an entire weekend, yes..Friday night, Saturday night, and Sunday..into a ninety-minute cassette tape, those pushed upon subordinates by the 'uplines'. Editing all that drivel into something palatable was a real job, as I couldn't distinguish between 'information' and babbling..especially after listening to the Charlotte Diamonds drone on about nothing for hours.It all sounded like horse-hockey, and was. That said, it was evident to me, an outsider, where the real money was generated...and it wasn't in the product, but the 'tools'...an exaggeration to be sure. 'TOOLS?' The only 'tool' I saw was a Diamond Direct lying through her teeth. (Both of them) It was an experience I would not want to repeat, but I'm wiser for the experience. It's truly sad, and immoral, to monetarily rape the innocent, and those involved should be ashamed. They're not, and more's the pity...greed-heads, all.
 
 

4 comments:

  1. The honest Amway "business" plan in a nutshell: "Hi. Remember me? The reason I'm calling you even though I haven't seen you since high school is because I've recently gotten sucked into this creepy pyramid scheme and I've already gone through my list of current friends and associates looking for gullible people to recruit and am now getting desperate. So you wanna spend a hundred bucks to place an order on some shitty tasting energy drinks and really yucky nutrition bars for twice what you'd pay for better products you could just throw in your shopping cart next time you go to the store? No? Well then how would you like to go to a meeting where they can show you how to get rich doing it? No I can't tell you the name of... Hello? Hello?"

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    1. LOL Anonymous! That would be the honest way of doing it. Honest. A word foreign to an Amway Ambot! LOL!

      At the end there I thought you were going to say something different. You know how the Amway cult leader says if someone is not interested then you're supposed to say, do you know anyone who might be interested in making a couple of thousand dollars a month in their spare time and can you tell me their name and number.

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    2. LOL Perfect. And that really IS what they are "selling". "I'm in a cult losing tons of money. How would you like to join me in it?"

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    3. LOL! That's Amway Ambot honesty you'll never hear. "I'm in a cult losing tons of money. How would you like to join me in it?"
      LOL! That should be their slogan if Amway ever decides to be truthful.

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