Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Amway Ambot Deathtrap Is Inability To Deliver On Promises

One thing that legitimate business owners learn (sometimes the hard way) is to always deliver what you promised. Whether that’s a product or a service if you tell the customer that a product will be available or a job will be complete at a certain time for the agreed upon amount of money – make sure you follow through on your promise or you won’t be in business very long. If there are delays or other issues let the customer know ASAP. Depending on what the product/service is this will give the customer the opportunity to go elsewhere to get what they need.

Customer fulfillment in a timely manner isn’t something that companies who do sales over the Internet can do better than a store where people walk into and do business. If I need toilet paper NOW I’m heading for the store to buy it. I don’t want to place an online order for it and wait a few days, a week, or more to get something that we need NOW. Same thing with tampons, diapers, etc. There are certain things that if you get a rude surprise you are out of you need to hop in the car and get to the store and buy it before it turns into a bigger problem. There is no online store that can deliver goods faster than most people can get to the store and buy it.

There are things that people can buy online cheaper than in a store and they don’t mind waiting a few days to get their product. Books. This is where Amazon makes a killing and they sell many other products besides books. Spend $25 and get free shipping. Most people would spend that much. Buy a couple of books and a CD and you’re there.

What does Amway have as a minimum charge to ship products for free to their customers? $100? $200? A reader says its $750 now? And one could argue that it doesn’t take much to buy hundreds of dollars worth of shitty Amway products either seeing as how they charge 3, 4, 5 times as much as what a similar product would cost everywhere else you shop. The kicker is that the free shipping is not for IBO’s. Less than 5% of Amway’s customers are not IBO’s. That means over 95% of Amway’s customers got to pay for shipping and most ambots have to spend way over $300 to reach their 100PV monthly quota to qualify for a commission check. You’d think those fucking cheap bastards at Amway’s head office could cover the shipping costs for all their customers because they’re already making a huge profit due to their grossly overpriced products.

Online stores usually advise their customer how long they can expect to wait to receive the product. Let’s say a week if the item is in stock if its going regular USPS. You could also pay more money to get the item couriered overnight.

What happens when you get that item and its not what you expected? That’s where online shopping gets a little tricky. Now you’re dealing with the hassle to go to the post office and ship it back and waiting for a replacement or a refund. Stores are a lot easier. You go in and say the shoes don’t fit or the milk is sour and you get a replacement product or a refund pretty quickly.

Products you buy in stores usually have some reason why you buy it. Maybe Tony is telling you that his cereal tastes great or you went to a friend’s house and they had this potato chip that tastes incredible or someone recommends you try something. Or maybe you just take a chance on a new product because of some advertising you saw. There was something that promised you this would be a product you’d like.

So how do Amway ambots make promises? Buy Amway’s Perfect Water. It cures cancer. Take Nutrilite vitamins. It cures AIDS. Try Amway’s prestige tampons. They don’t leak. Try Amway’s dish soap. It’ll get your dishes clean. A bunch of lies but what else do you expect from a lying scheming Amway asshole.

What’s the other thing Amway ambots overpromise and undeliver on? That Amway products are priced sky high to reflect their high quality. Holy fuck. If Amway priced their products to reflect their true quality, they’d open a store called “Nothing Costs More Than A Buck!”

Amway and their Ambot commissioned salespeople sell shitty overpriced products. Products that are substandard or generic quality compared to the lower priced, higher quality products sold in grocery and drug stores.

Amway ambots will shower gushing praise on Amway products to scam people into buying them thinking they’re better quality than they are. It doesn’t take long for people to realize the Amway products are shit and they got ripped off by the lying Amway asshole who sold it to them.

And that’s the Amway Ambot deathtrap. Unable to deliver on their promise that Amway products are better than what you’re currently buying at the store. No one wants to keep buying expensive shit from these lying Amway bastards so customers take their business back to the stores where they can buy higher quality products at lower prices. Unable to deliver on promises - the Amway deathtrap. Everyone else sells better products for better prices and no matter how much Amway assholes lie, consumers figure out pretty fast they got fucked over.

That’s something that a real business owner never does. That is if they want to maintain their customer base and grow their business.


  1. It's true -- Amway is an inconvenient and expensive way to shop. You order stuff, you have it shipped, you pay the freight... and all for things that you could have easily and less expensively bought at a local store.

    Amway is a dinosaur in the retail market. It runs the business as if this were still 1959. And nobody except its own staff really ever buys the stuff!

    And the quality of those Amway products? Either mediocre, so-so, lousy, or barely adequate generic crap. The biggest lie that the Amway Corporation pushes is that its products are "top of the line." That is a pure fabrication. Amway products stink.

    Bt it doesn't really matter. The actual purpose of Amway is NOT to sell products to the general public, but to recruit foolish people into joining Amway as IBOs.

    1. Anonymous - that's a perfect sum up of Amway: an inconvenient and expensive way to shop. And may I add for shit you didn't even want or need in the first place.

  2. In MLM's like amway, it's those uplines that make a lot of promises like "residual income", "guaranteed success" and "work your own hours". Because amway does not even say anything about "residual income", Uplines are putting their own words into other people's lips.

    1. Anonymous - that's true. The only way Amway Ambots can scam others into signing up is by lying to them about the bazillions of dollars in residual income that will be rolling in every month forever after 2 to 5 years.

  3. Anna, there seems to be some problems with the comments function on your newest articles.

    1. Well that sucks. I think Blogger is mad at me. And vice versa. Its like now you see them and now you don't. LOL! Its like my followers. Sometimes they go away but the always come back. But the big question is where did they go? Hmmm....

    2. Anna, be careful. It is very possible that Amway has gotten to the "Blogger" people. None of your archival material from past years at "Married to an Ambot" is accessible now.

      That's EXACTLY what Amway wants. And those lying scum in Ada, Michigan will stop at nothing.

    3. Hi Anonymous. We checked a few random older posts and everything's OK. Its mostly a case of too many cooks in the kitchen and someone pushing the wrong button.


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