Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Amway’s “Good” Products? LOL!
A searcher found their way here after googling “does Amway have any good products”.
The short answer is NO!
Then the argument can be that the definition of a good product is subjective. For example if you ask an Amway Ambot if Amway has any good products they will shower loving praise on every single Amway product and brag that Amway sells high quality products that are better than the consumer could buy anywhere else. Yup like we need any futher proof that Amway ambots are a bunch of brainwashed lying assholes!
Anything that Amway sells that you can put in your mouth and eat drink or swallow is NOT good. Unless you like drinking XS energy drinks that taste like a combination of cat piss and the worse cough syrup you can imagine. Their Perfect Water is a bunch of bullshit promoted by adoring Amway ambots with dumb ass tricks that work the same if using tap water. Amway circulated a memo saying to stop with the scheming water tricks but most Amway ambots have a huge fuck you attitude to their employer and go ahead and do them anyway. If you like eating granola or meal replacement bars that taste like cardboard that’s been coated with low quality chocolate then Amway is your go to supplier of shitty overpriced food bars! Amway Nutrilite Vitamins cost significantly more than what the drugstore sells vitamins for. Amway ambots will give you a bunch of bullshit that Amway doesn’t use fillers in their products though an Amway employee who works in the warehouse where Nutrilite manufactures this crap showed up to say they’re just average vitamins that Amway sells for significantly more than what the cost to produce them is. And who the hell knows what kind of “fillers” are used in vitamins anyway, Amway’s or other manufacturers? Has anyone purchased vitamins and looked at the pill bottle? There’s usually a bunch of other ingredients on there. Its kind of like buying potato chips. Anyone notice all the other ingredients in there besides potato, oil, and salt? For Amway assholes that get all agitated about the whole “filler” thing, ask them about the fillers in Amway’s energy drink and food bars.
What about hand soap, toilet paper, laundry soap and all the other overpriced shitty products that Amway sells, anything there that could be considered when asking the searchers question, does Amway sell any good products. No, not really. Amway sells products that when compared to what can be bought at the grocery or drug stores could be called generic at best, but are probably are better categorized as substandard.
I don’t know of any “good” product that Amway sells. The canned juices they sell, there was one flavor that tastes about the same as a flavor I can buy at the grocery store. Except that I can buy a half gallon for a lower price than what one can of Amway’s juice cost. And keep in mind that Amway doesn’t sell those cans singularly, they come in a box, so I’m figuring out the breakdown. What about Perfect Water? Ambots try to justify the high price and say it costs $2 bottle and you’d pay that if you went into 7-11. Just going off the top of my head I don’t think I’ve ever gone into 7-11 and bought a bottle of water. A slurpee sure. Or a coffee. I don’t think I’ve even bought a can of coke out of 7-11’s cooler either. It costs around $50 for a box of 24 bottles of Amway water. At Walmart a box of 24’s water costs under $4. Water is water. If I want water I’m more likely to drink it out of the tap. And no I don’t need to buy one of Amway’s expensive water filtration systems for that. But let’s pick on that seeing as how it just came up. What do they cost? $1000? And filter replacement say twice a year? What do Amway filters cost? Just checked eBay and saw one for $50 but that’s probably some ex-ambot trying to get rid of all the overpriced shitty products he had to buy when the assholes in his Amway upline bitched at him to buy more more more and he had to load up on stock. Probably cost more than that from Amway. What’s wrong with a Brita? Either a pitcher or one of those filtration systems attached to the kitchen sink? Either way under $50. Way under $50! And their filters don’t cost too much to replace. Does Amway’s filtration system work better? I doubt it probably about the same as its reasonably priced counterpart.
Back to the searcher’s question “does Amway sell any good products”? If you ask an Amway ambot or ask someone who used to be in Amway the answer swings greatly.
The correct answer is NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A brainwashed Amway ambot will violently disagree and keep you up all night defending his beloved Amway products.