Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Amway Ambots Posting Fake Job Ads
Although there are genuine jobs working at home, there are many more fake jobs where scammers post ads online in places like Craigslist and maybe even phone poles. There are too many job ads that aren’t valid employment and have the sole goal of getting victims to make an initial “investment” in “their own business”.
Who can say MLM pyramid scheme!
But say you get suckered in by an Amway scammer and phone or email to get more info because the way the ad is worded makes it sound like a lucrative job offer. Beware! It could cost you your savings, your credit rating, your marriage and more. Learning the signs of an multi level marketing scam can protect yourself against these bloodsucking Amway assholes.
Let’s take a common phrase we see Amway Ambots screeching about when they leave comments on this blog:
DO YOUR RESEARCH!!!
Amway losers are unable to take their own advice. If they did follow their own advice about doing your research they wouldn’t have gotten involved with Scamway.
The best piece of advice has been around for eons: if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
Also, if it was that easy to make money in the MLM scam then everyone would be doing it.
The ads that Amway Ambots place are similar to what is heard at Amway cult meetings. Wouldn’t you like to earn thousands of dollars working from home 10 to 15 hours a week.
OK sure. Wouldn’t we all like to earn thousands of dollars a month working part time from home. How realistic is such a job offer? Again lets go back to the above. If it was that easy to make thousands of dollars working part time from home then everyone would be doing it.
It’s a job offer that millions of people have been suckered into working for Amway as a commissioned sales rep but after a few months most of those reps realize they got scammed. No one wants to buy their shitty overpriced products. And then they realize they got suckered into the Amway tool scam spending hundreds of dollars a month buying tickets to Amway meetings, WWDB or other cult membership, Communikate, CD’s and books. Not to mention buying hundreds of dollars of shitty Amway products after being brainwashed to believe its high quality shit.
Shit is shit.
People looking for legitimate work from home jobs need to weed out the majority of the Amway Ambots and other MLM scammers who are just out to steal their money. One of the most common jobs to work from home is taking orders. Live Ops comes to mind but I don’t think they advertise for workers on Craigslist. Saw where American Express was hiring customer service staff to work at home answering calls. Not making thousands a month but $15/hour and 30 hours a week the staff are making more a month than Amway losers. Hell after working only one hour a month they’re making more than Amway Ambots! LOL!
Beware of any work from home jobs that ask for money upfront. Whether its stuffing envelopes, making jewellery or investing in your own business. Legitimate employers pay their employees not the other way around.
Weeding out fake work from home jobs is almost like asking the same questions if you showed up at a legitimate business for a job interview. Ask what tasks you do. Run like hell if tasks include making a list of everyone you know! LOL! Ask if you’re paid by the hour, monthly salary, or commission. Who pays you and how often and when will you be paid. Legitimate employers usually pay every two weeks or the middle and end of the month. What are your hours? Sure everyone wants to know that. Some businesses are open 24 hours. Will your shift stay the same or change frequently. Ask questions about a health plan or 401(k) and vacation and sick days. And how about this one – can you explain your organizational structure. Hopefully it doesn’t include drawing a bunch of circles! LOL! Here’s a good one - ask the interviewer how long they’ve worked for the company and what’s the best thing about working there. Any jabbering about a “business opportunity” shut the fucker down right away and say not interested.
If you get a bad feeling such as evasive answers – RUN!
Report the scammer to Craigslist. Or the police. A “business opportunity” advertised in the jobs offered section is fraud.