Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Amway Products Are TOO Expensive



Who remembers going to Amway meetings and hearing the cult leader brainwashing and bullshitting the followers who are having difficulty overcoming customer objections to buying Amway products because the price is too high.

And who remembers the lying scamming fucking Amway asshole who has the canned Amspeak response for everything saying something like: “Amway’s products are priced high to reflect their high quality.”

LOL! Bullshit!

Amway does NOT sell high quality products. Compare to similar stores sold in the retail stores Amway’s products are grossly overpriced, they’re usually substandard or generic at best compared with similar lower priced products sold everywhere else.

I never believed the bullshit from the fucking assholes in our Amway upline about how Amway’s high prices reflect their high quality. I know good quality and I know bad quality and I can tell the difference pretty damn quick by trying the product myself.

I mean I am scared shitless to try energy drinks because the fucking assholes in our Amway upline said XS is the best energy drink out there. XS tastes like cat piss or depending on the flavor maybe a combo of cat piss and the worst cough medicine out there. If that’s the best energy drink in the world then damn right I’m scared shitless to try any other brand because what if. I mean just what if this is the one rare time when those fucking assholes in our Amway upline weren’t lying and there are actually energy drinks out there that taste worst than Amway’s XS piss water.

Amway’s high quality LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL have got nothing to do with why their products are so high priced. It’s all got to do with profit and commission.

Let’s take the $20 lipstick Amway sells. It costs about $1 to make lipstick and that includes the packaging. Compare to Avon where I can buy a $3 lipstick and there are lots of color choices. Amway only offers about 5 shades. Maybe more now but I doubt it. So what’s the better deal. Avon of course. And Avon wins everytime when comparing their products to Amway’s. Avon has better prices, better quality, and better selection. The only people buying Amway’s lipstick are female Ambots or the wives of Ambots. They probably have poor decision making abilities too. When you only have 5 colors to choose from it shouldn’t take too long to make a decision.

But go back to Amway’s $20 lipstick and my hypothetical guess at how the dollars are distributed though I’m probably pretty close. After manufacturing that leaves $19 proceeds. Amway’s owners need to jack up the price so they can make a hefty profit plus every little thing they sale must have a portion going to their overall operating expenses. So out of that $19 let’s say Amway’s owners take $15. They put a bit of that back into their business operating expenses but mostly its split between the owners. There’s a reason why one of Amway’s owners is on Forbes top 100 richest families in America and making a good profit hiking up the price on budget products. That leaves $4. Is that the commission for the Ambot at the bottom of the pyramid who made the sale? Hell no! That’s communal commission split many ways. The guy doing all the hard work making the sale only makes pennies. Let’s say the Amway commissioned salesman makes 6 cents after busting his ass begging and pleading with some woman he knows to buy his overpriced shitty Amway lipstick. The rest of that $4 is split in commission in everyone in his Amway upline because that’s how this scam works. Ambots way high up in the pyramid that he’s never met are making money off his sale. And because they have a higher BV they’re making more commission that that loser ambot who made the sale! LOL! Surely those dumb fucks who want to be commissioned sales reps can find a better paying job than Scamway.

The high price does NOT reflect Amway’s high quality. It reflects how many people have to get a piece of the sale’s action.

The same scenario can be played out whether its Amway’s $40 laundry soap or $100 vitamins. Again products that don’t cost a whole lot to manufacture including the packaging. But Amway’s owners take a huge chunk of each sale for their profit and the balance is left over for commission for everyone in the upline of the jackass Ambot who made the sale.

So there you have it. The next time a lying scamming fucking Amway asshole tries to bullshit you that Amway’s products are priced so high to reflect their high quality tell the bastard the real reason. The products have to be so high priced so everyone can get a piece of the commission and Amway owners can make a huge profit of the sale. It ain’t got piss all to do with quality because the quality of Amway’s products is the shits and if they were really priced to reflect the quality Amway wouldn’t sell nothing that costs more than a buck..


13 comments:

  1. Amway sales are like a pimple on Walmart's butt in comparison and there's a reason for that. Walmart sells over 40 times as much as Amway because its products offer far better value for the consumer. I couldn't find Amway 2015 sales (they probably don't want to reveal it as they took a dive in 2014) but Amway sold $10.8 billion in 2014 compared to over $473 billion for Walmart which increased to over $482 billion in 2015. Walmart pays less than Amway to buy or manufacture their wholesale product because they deal in much larger volume and have less overhead to pass on because they are not paying commissions to non productive dinosaurs at the top of an outdated MLM pyramid. Amway doesn't have a chance to compete with Walmart's bang for the buck to the consumer. Thus, the only people buying Amway are sucker IBOs buying from their own overpriced "store" and pity purchases by friends and relatives of poor Ambot.

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    1. Hi Ray - to find the info you're looking for try some of these words in a search engine: Amway sales 2015 9.5 billion. Amway's taking a dive of about 10% every year for the past few years. Oh dear whatever will Amway do? How about raising all the prices and gouging Ambots even more?

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  2. There are advantages of Amway products you should not overlook. Only five shades of lipstick makes it easier to spot an Ambot wife. Cat piss breath makes it easy to know when you're talking to an Ambot.

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    1. Anonymous - LOL! Very true! But do you really want to get close enough to smell Ambot breath?

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  3. You know, Ambots always disparage the word "status," claiming that it is a stupid idea. They say it stands for "Still Too Arrogant To Understand Success."

    But if you are crazy enough to spend twenty bucks (!) for a goddamned tube of crummy lipstick, what else is motivating you except a hunger for status?

    You're saying to the world, "I appreciate high quality, and I'm willing to pay for it!" For something as trivial as a tube of lipstick, that is nothing but pure status-seeking.

    Come on, Ambots! Let's hear you come up with a defense for a twenty-dollar tube of lipstick. We're all waiting!

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    1. Anonymous - there's no defense. Ambots buy $20 lipstick for the PV and to help them reach 100 to qualify for a $10 check from Amway that month. Something only a brainwashed Ambot would do.

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  4. Who would buy an xs drink that costs $35?

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    1. Hi Anonymous - to answer that question: brainwashed Amway losers.

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  5. On the rare occasion that an Amway product has even significant enough of a market presence to be reviewed by Consumer Reports, along with its competing products, it never scores very high, despite one of the highest products in its category. What little experience I had with trying Amway products was comparable to using the discontinued and overstocked products sold in dollar stores. I was turned off pretty damn quick. I suppose a pro-Amway person might say I didn't try Amway products enough to give an honest opinion about them. But if people are turned off by them so quickly, there products will never sell very well except to the idiotic distributors trying to sell them. I don't know how this would ever be tracked, but I remember reading that only 18% of all Amway products are sold to non-Amway IBOs.

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    1. Hi Charles. Anytime I've seen an Amway product as part of a test sampling from a valid source such as a well known magazine or TV program, they score very low. Mostly due to the high price tag and the product is always generic or substandard. Ambots wish that 18% of Amway products are sold to people not registered as an IBO. The last time someone uploaded Amway's annual report online the number was less than 4%, like 3.6%. So much for when all the IBO's quit they don't keep buying those "fine" LOL Amway products.

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  6. The fact is that Ambots will say ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING in order to appear to have "answered" a critic. They grasp at straws, and make pointless remarks that are inapposite to the question at hand.

    They are carefully coached by up-line to do this. Under no circumstances are they to allow a criticism of Amway to go "unanswered." That's why so much of their argumentation appears to be "canned" -- i.e. learned by rote in advance.

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    1. Anonymous - that's right. If you looked up stupid in a dictionary you'd see a picture of an Amway Ambot!

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  7. Did Amway have any products that were actually less expensive than Walmart just so that Ambots could say "compare prices of xxxxx - we're less expensive"

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