Monday, June 27, 2016

Put All Your Eggs In The Ambot Basket

Missed rerunning this post around Easter when it makes sense to talk about putting all your eggs in one basket! Oh what the hell. Any time of year is good enough to poke fun at fucking Amway losers who think they’re financial experts.

Now thats a saying I don’t recall hearing at any Amway meeting - not putting all of your eggs in one basket. But most people have heard that phrase plenty of times in their life from their parents, their teachers, their banker, etc.

The only time I remember that phrase being used was by our arrogant prick sponsor who said when he’s recruiting prospects that he starts putting fear into people about their job and how he hopes they don’t have all their eggs in one basket because they’ll be finished.

Well what else do you expect from a fucking little bastard like him?

Captain Fuck Up doesn’t have eggs to put in ANY basket!

Diversify! A word that shall never be spoken at an Amway meeting because the activities involved in diversifying take away time and dollars from the Amway cult leaders efforts to earn an income doing the Amway pyramid scheme thing. Instead the opposite is taught: put all your eggs in one basket. The one that belongs to the Amway hen house!

Basically diversifying means investing in a variety of assets and spreading the risk around in case one venture fails there are other assets on the go that might turn out better. Before diversifying its a good idea to figure out your own risk tolerance and how much money you can afford to lose should things not work out so good.

In Amway, be prepared to “invest” at least $10,000 a year on Amway products, attending functions, and buying tools.

If you’ve got a better use for that $10,000, I recommend that’s the road you take! Why? Because you ain’t gonna make back your investment! Thats why! Amway is a scam! Same as any other scam with promises of big riches on a small investment. Except that it turns out being a huge $$$ investment and no money back or maybe a few bucks a month after spending $500 to $700 to make that $10 or $15 commission check from Amway. Getting scammed like that turns ambots into really nasty people.

Say someone has $150 kicking around in a savings account and an IBO is trying to get them to “invest” in their own business as an Amway IBO. The person doesn’t want to risk all their $150 in Amway and in this case is probably ignorant of the hundreds of dollars on top of that each month to buy Amway products and attend Amway functions because you don't find that out until after you've been sucked into the lies. On the other hand that $150 is only getting half a percent interest in the savings account. But that person might be comfortable risking $100 of that $150 and buying 100 shares of a stock that’s currently selling for $1 a share. The worst thing that can happen is the stock takes a nosedive and they lose their $100 but not all is lost because they still have $50 sitting in the bank’s savings account. Or the stock might take off and at the end of the year is worth $25 a share.

When considering diversifying, a homeowner might decide to invest in a second house using the equity in their main residence as a down payment and renting out the other house - hopefully for a few bucks more than the mortgage. In twenty years the mortgage will be paid off. At this point the owner has the choice of continuing to rent the house and all the rental income is now profit with some deductions for city taxes and general maintenance as the house gets older and things like the roof and hot water tank need to be replaced. It now becomes residual income, more than most IBO’s will ever see! Or else the house can be sold and the equity is profit to the owner.

Some people who are incredibly talented and lucky make a living playing poker or gambling, investing in the stock market, or flipping houses.

Whatever they’re doing they’ve found a way to diversify. Words that never should be spoken at an Amway cult meeting! Probably because when people are looking at their investments and figuring out which ones they should cut loose, they start with whatever one is losing money.

Toss out Scamway! Losing money! Useless baggage!

Here’s a laugh. Our arrogant prick sponsor told us he’s always looking for ways to diversify his income, talking about investments. This son of a bitch who can't hold down a job, is always behind on his bills, is a renter always under the threat of eviction, drives old beater cars, and never has any money. Diversify what income! What disposable income does he have lying around? I think finding ways to invest would be an impossibility for him. Its always nice to dream though.

Oh wait. That’s what Amway’s all about. Dreams! Gotta suck in those cult followers somehow!

Don’t be stupid! Get your eggs out of the Amway basket!


  1. Cults, by their very nature, are hostile to members having any sort of diversification of income potential. Having access to money that is in different places means that a cult member has the wherewithal to escape, and begin his life over again.

    Jim Jones in Guiana made his cult members sign over all their saving accounts and social security checks to his People's Temple. Members had literally nothing. This meant they couldn't really oppose the cult, which alone provided them with food and shelter.

    The same thing was true with the extremely dangerous Synanon cult run by Charles Dietrich from the 1950s to the 1980s. Every cent you had went to Dietrich and his thugs. The Church of Scientology, another really sick cult, bleeds its members dry, and so do the crazy Sullivanians, a strange psychological cult in New York City.

    Cults demand EVERYTHING from you. They say that only this guarantees "commitment." Even in the 1960s, when stupid hippies joined "communes," they had to turn over all their property and money to the creeps who ran the filthy places.

    Amway is no different. The up-lines want you to be dependent and weak. They also want you to keep all your wealth liquid, so that it is immediately available to use in Amway.

    This is why Amway IBOs who own their own homes are often urged by up-line to sell them and rent instead. Valuable heirlooms are also said to be something you "can do without." If you have a nice car, you are urged to sell it and buy a cheap rattletrap one. If you have a small piece of property somewhere, you are practically railroaded into putting it on the market.

    Cults fear and distrust INDEPENDENCE (both intellectual and economic) in people. Amway is no different.

    1. Anonymous - there's a lot of creepy cults out there. Most cults demand their followers complete obedience and the cult leaders want the followers money and many want all their worldly possessions too. Our Amway cult leaders didn't demand we hand over property we already owned but they did demand we purchase items to donate to the Amway cult's leaders or to be used at Amway cult meetings such as cameras and recording devices that were retained by the thieving Amway bastards.

      The Amway cult leaders wanted their followers to sell anything of value and "invest" that money in the Amway tool scam or stockpile overpriced shitty Amway products.

      And speaking of creepy hippy cults from the 1960s living in filthy conditions has everyone been following news coverage of releasing Leslie Van Houten on parole. YIKES! And I get it she was brainwashed by her cult leader Charles Manson but she's a fucking murderer. Even if someone is brainwashed or hypnotized can they really commit criminal acts? Morals kick in. This is wrong.

      Its like the Amway cult. For many people morals kick in and they can't scam and lie to people just to make a buck and try to make back some of the money they lost.

      If you don't want to lose money and brain cells stay the hell away from Amway.


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