Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Amway Mantra: Find People Who Want To Save Money (LOL!!!!)

“We want to show you how to save money buying from your own shop and then you find other people who want to save money and teach them how to set up their own shops so they can save money too.”

I heard that phrase many times - or similar wording - at every Amway meeting I attended.

The statement sounds reasonable enough. Shop from your own store and save money buying products that you would purchase anyway. Yeah, sounds good. Everyone wants to save money and get good deals on products they regularly purchase.

The problem is our upline bullied Ambot into changing his spending habits to buy shit that we never bought before, shit that I didn’t like, and often we didn’t end up using. He didn’t save money while in the Amway cult because he spent way more money than if he’d purchased comparable lower priced products at the grocery and drug store. And we ended up wasting money by throwing out a bunch of useless, shitty Amway products.

How is that saving us money? We’re spending hundreds of dollars a month on Amway products that we’ve never had on our shopping list. Energy drinks, food bars, bottled water, and vitamins to mention a few.

I don’t consider myself an avid shopper but I hit the drug stores and grocery stores enough times that I have a good idea of prices and quality and good value.

Ambot does not. Oh he might spot a good deal and stock up on the item but for the most part he doesn’t know how much things cost at the store.

He blindly accepted the upline’s (bad) advice that Amway’s products would save us money and these items were better quality than what could be purchased at the local retailers and that he should buy, buy, buy! He MUST be his own best customer. Including himself and a few occasional pity purchasers out of his customer base – sure he was his own best customer.

Because of the upline’s influence over Ambot being  his own best customer I got stuck using inferior products that did not save us money.

The real damage with the “save money” by shopping at your own store philosophy is IBO’s like Ambot do not do price comparisons with other retailers and overspend by buying stuff that they normally would not have purchased.

I know how to save money when I’m shopping. Its by having a good idea of what the prices are of groceries and sundries that I regularly purchase at the grocery and drug stores and recognizing when something is on sale at a decent enough price to buy it. Then I watch the flyers and when I see something on sale that I regularly purchase I stock up. If I see something in the flyer that’s a good price but its not something I need - I don’t buy it. See? Saving money?

I save a lot of money now that we don’t have to buy overpriced shitty Amway products.


  1. As a general rule, women are more skillful at comparison shopping and saving than men. My wife often complains that if I go to the store I don't pay enough attention to sales and better buys.

    Amway, of course isn't about "saving" at all. Amway is about getting your down-line to hemorrhage money so that up-line can profit. Telling IBOs that they can "save" by purchasing Amway crap in bulk (especially stuiff that you have never used before and don't really need at all) is like telling Arabs that they need to buy sand.


    1. AMWAY IS LEGALIZED THEFT. - you got it!!!!

      Women like getting a good deal all part of the shopping process. Men who think buying shitty overpriced Amway products is a good deal sure don't know a thing about what a good deal is! LOL!


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