Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Amway Won’t Let You Out And Won’t Refund Your Money? Shocking!

A searcher found their way to this blog with “Who do I complain to if Amway won’t let me out and refund my money.”

This gets a person thinking about other places where they shop. Do people ever go around complaining that Walmart, Sears, or Safeway won’t let them out? I mean there’s the door. Leave.

Well every now and then you hear about a customer that got locked inside a store, maybe they were in the restroom around closing time, and the staff left, locked up and the bathroom customer couldn’t get out. Can you imagine what a horrifying experience that would be someone to get locked into an Amway store with all those shitty overpriced Amway products? Holy fuck! But Amway doesn’t have retail stores because that wouldn’t work too good for their pyramid scheme and their member based (Independent Business Owners bullshit) buying club.

No one goes around complaining that a store won’t let them out unless there are some other kind of circumstances going on like a missing kid and the place gets locked down. In the rare instances where someone is physically unable to leave a store its usually only a temporary situation and they’ll eventually get out. I’m talking about normal circumstances where nothing is going on. You walk into a store, buy what you need and leave. So most people don’t go around saying Sears, Safeway, Costco, Walmart won’t let them out. These places aren’t holding them hostage. Can the same thing be said about Amway?

Why does this complaint come up over and over again with Amway? I’ve seen many similar searches that end up on this blog.

Why won’t Amway let you out?

Its like any other store. Just leave. Don’t go back. Don’t spend your money there. That’s how you get out of Amway. You’re not locked in or stuck in a physical location. Amway Ambots blow it out their asses all the time that they’re an Internet business. Unlike real stores they don’t have actual locations that you can walk inside and do your shopping.

Why do people even have to ask this question: why won’t Amway let me out? Its creepy. But then its Amway and everything Amway IS fucking creepy.

It probably has more to do with the fucking assholes in your Amway upline than the company itself. If you tell your Amway upline you’re quitting to begin with they’ll tell you stuff like: you can’t quit now, not when success is right around the corner. You’re about to go really big, I can feel it.

And when that doesn’t work the fucking assholes in your Amway upline will insult and humiliate you. Accuse you of not working hard enough. You’re a quitter. You’re a loser. You’ll be broke for the rest of your life. And all the other bullshit abuse you put up with from the Amway upline. And you’ll be the subject of rants from the Amway cult leaders at the next few meetings.

I still say its like any other store. Just stop going there. Stop buying their shitty overpriced products. That’s how you get out.

And then all the other things that go along with getting out of the Amway cult. Stop going to Scamway meetings. Cancelling your $50/month membership to your cult sect, cancelling Communikate, and quit listening to CD’s where some fucking Amway Diamond is brainwashing you. Stop hanging around fucked up brainwashed Amway assholes who devote their lives to spouting out lies in the form of bullshit Amspeak.

Some people compare quitting Amway to trying to get out of your Comcast contract. Getting out of Comcast is easier! Ha ha!

So who do you complain to if Amway won’t let you out? If you have a news station that features a consumer complaints section, start there. However its pretty fucking embarrassing letting it get out there that you got scammed into Amway so most people don’t want to call attention to themselves and have people say if that fucking loser is so stupid to get involved with Amway they deserve to get scammed out of their money. What about the BBB? Amway ambots love to violate their IBO agreement and brag about how the BBB kisses Amway’s ass they’re so happy to be affiliated with them. Complain to the BBB. Its hard to say if that will work. All a business has to do to keep their good standing with the BBB is pay their annual fee and respond to any complaints within the time limit set by the BBB. The business does not have to respond favorably to a customer’s complaint and fix the problem to the customer’s satisfaction. All they have to do is get a response in to the BBB before the time’s up.

Don’t even waste your time phoning into Amway’s customer service department aka the I-don’t-give-a-shit department.

Amway is like any other company if you refuse to pay their monthly or annual fees. Don’t pay and they’ll drop you.

Getting a refund is another story. Amway ambots will brag about their wonderful refund policy but very few have ever tried to put it in action. If you send back Amway products and get a refund your PV/BV goes down according to the value assigned to that product. Domino effect which means all the fucking assholes in your Amway upline are also going to see those points hit the shitter. And then you’ll have to put up with the verbal abuse from those bastards for doing a refund. But if you’re quitting Amway anyway why do you give a shit if those bastards are taking a nosedive on their PV/BV. You got to jump through hoops with Amway to get a refund so most people don’t bother. They’ll just throw the shitty overpriced product in the garbage and write off their loss.

Some could also say its easier to get a refund from Comcast than it is from Amway. LOL!!!!


  1. Since the entire thing about Amway is separating people from their money, it's real easy to free yourself from them as long as you don't bother trying to take back with you any of the money you gave them. And once they realize they are not going to bleed any more money from you they will have no interest in you because they never had any interest in you in the first place.

    1. That's right Ray. Amway is happy to steal your money but to so happy to give any of that money back. Thieves!

  2. Cults don't want you to quit for several reasons. Yes, in Amway of course the big thing is money -- when you leave, your up-line's income decreases.

    But there is also the fear that you will become an anti-Amway person, and warn others away from the scam. This is also a potential income loss.

    But the big fear is that you will spill the beans about the fraudulent nature of the cult, and tell the outside world things that the cult wants to keep secret. For example, the Communist Party always had an intense animus against ex-Communists, because these ex-Communists would expose all the dirty linen and lies and corruption that Communists wanted to keep hidden. The Church of Scientology (another sick cult) maintains a continuous vendetta against any Scientologist who quits or speaks out publicly against them.

    It's the same with Amway. Anyone who quits is a potential enemy.

    1. Anonymous - I'm sure many ambots consider me an enemy. I tell it like it is when it comes to what we put up with in Amway. You know the top secret stuff how much it really costs, and being abused by the fucking assholes in your upline. We get the word out to warn off others and that's a potential income loss.

  3. Very much related but another reason is it makes a bad impression on the other amzombies who are still in. It's hard for upline to keep explaining why people drop out. Oh they'll denigrate them, call them broke losers with no dreams but people will still wonder...and maybe even wake up and wonder wtf am I doing?

    Anon Las Vegas

    1. Anonymous - you'd think those Amway losers would get tired of spouting off the same excuses: they're quitters, they didn't try hard enough, their dream wasn't big enough.

  4. Actually, Amway has retail stores but not in the US. I know they have them in Japan and Singapore.

    1. Joecool - I thought they had a retail store at the stadium whose name escapes me, where the Mets play. Slow to no sales.

    2. Yes, it's at Citifield Stadium. But the thing has been a total flop. Practically nobody goes into it.

      My opinion is that Amway doesn't have retail stores in the U.S. because if they did, it would completely undermine the up-line and down-line IBO structure. Nobody would have to sign up to be "in the Plan." You'd just have to pay a nominal membership fee and then go to a local Amway store to buy what you like (as with Costco).

      This would mean that it would be next to impossible to build up a down-line of IBOs underneath you -- a down-line that could be a lucrative source of tool and function money. There would be howls of outrage from Ambots if potential customers and recruits could skip the chalk-circles bullshit and just walk into an Amway retail outlet and buy stuff.

    3. Anonymous - I knew someone would remember. The only Mets game I saw was at Dhea stadium and they were flogging hot dogs and pretzels not Amway shit.

      In addition to undermining the IBO commission structure Amway doesn't have retail stores because no one wants to buy overpriced shitty products when they can go to Walmart or Costco and buy a better product for a lower price. Amway can't compete in the real marketplace.

    4. Make that Shea stadium. Can't type worth a damn today apparently.....

  5. okay so i joined up with amway (sigh) and never paid for anythign because it all seemed like trash. Went to two meetings one as a guest and one i paid for $5 and now im quiting. I already got bashed by my up lines who didn't describe shit to me and i cant figure out how to get my original 60$ back do you know how to go about this process at all? i still have 3 of their shitty cd's i never listened to that i can use as leverage other than that they hate me LOL

    1. Dear Andy G --

      It'll take a long time and a lot of trouble to get back that $60. Those Amway scum hang onto money like leeches on a warm body.

      You'll have to argue and scream and threaten and give them no peace.

    2. Hi Andy. If you're walking away from Scamway with only $100 in losses you're financial distress is a lot less than most people who loses thousands or tens of thousands. A small price to pay for a lesson learned not to get involved with scam MLM so don't do it again! Phone Amway and tell them you quit and want your $60 back and see if they'll do anything except insult you and come up with reasons you can't have it back. The asshole in your Amway upline who sold you the shitty CD is supposed to buy it back from you but is probably too broke to do that. And yes Amway Ambots are vicious in their attacks when someone quits. They'll stop Eventually when they have another victim to attack. And way to go for making a smart decision. And congratulations on getting out before the Amway cult could cause more financial and emotional distress for you.

    3. Anonymous - I tend to agree with you that it's going to be more trouble than it's worth for Andy to try to get his money back. Luckily for him he didn't get scammed out of too much money.

    4. Thanks for the input. I called amway and they said i need to send them an email with all of my information and why im quitting to get the money back. i sent it in. Best part is they gave me the 3 discs for free to borrow so i have leverage there. They should realize that and stop attacking me LOL

    5. Andy - it sounds like Amway wants you to jump through hoops. No big surprise there. Seeing as how they want an email saying why you're quitting tell them you're being victim of verbal and written attacks, tell them the nasty things the ambots are saying, and name names. Doubt Amway would do anything about it. What are they going to do. Chew out one of their customers so they'll quit too and they lose more income. Good luck.


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If your comment didn’t get published it could be one of these reasons:
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