Thursday, November 5, 2015
Amway The Scamster Company
Remember how Amway ambots strategically place Amway products or use them in hopes that others will ask about it and maybe want to buy it.
Prospect notices Ambot drinking Perfect Water and gloating about how this is the best water he’s ever tasted and how he buys it from his own company.
Prospect: Hey how much does that Perfect Water cost?
Ambot: $2 a bottle
Prospect: OK I’ll buy one and try it out.
Ambot: oh we don’t sell them singularly you got to buy a case. $50 please.
Prospect: are you shitting me? $50 for a case of water? Go fuck yourself.
Thanks to john doe for letting us that nothing has changed in Amway since the 90’s.
In the early ninety's I was introduced to the scamster company by my boss.
He kept spraying the Glister spray in his mouth in front of all the employees. Sooner or later someone asks "hey, what you got there?" He tells us "I bought it from my own company."
Little did we know that was the first lie we got hit with. Here he comes again with "hey, if you want to be financially free, I'm having a meeting over at my place." Second lie. We were told to not call the company amway, but rather "the umbrella corporation" and if asked to say that we do sell some amway products. Third lie. Went to a few meetings, a seminar to meet the Diamonds and a few other money wasting events.
Heck, I even went "dream building" where your upline takes you around to look at rich houses and fancy cars.
Two things that broke me from the hypnotic spell of amway. 1. The seminar/conventions speakers. They sit up there and brag about all the stuff they bought, where they went hunting, all kinds of useless information. At the end of praising himself he threw up a few circles, wrote Amway in big letters, and he was done talking. I was pissed. 2. I couldn't afford their products anymore. Back then they highly suggest you spend $150 per month on amway products. The problem was....$150 didn't get you much stuff, so we had to go to Wal Mart to get the rest of the household items we needed.