Monday, July 25, 2016

Make Less (And Less Money) In Amway

This is kind of a part 2 to the post about whether Amway Platinums make $75,000 income.

That post is where I wonder why people who own their own businesses or work a job for somebody else and earn over $75,000/year - the bullshit hyped income a Platinum supposedly earns - would consider getting into Amway and take a drop in their earnings. A huge drop it turns out because only a tiny fraction of 1% of IBO’s will ever make that kind of money in Amway. System is designed for failure. If people who are considering Amway want to own their own business, just about every other business opportunity out there will bring them a much better income than they could make in Scamway.

There are reasons why people decide to take a job where they earn less income than they currently do - cutting back hours, taking a less stressful job, taking a job that’s closer to home, taking a job somewhere else in the country where they want to live. There are lots of possibilities.

But why in the hell would someone consider taking a commissioned sales job where all kinds of phony numbers are thrown at you and you’re told about all the money you can expect to make in Amway? Ha! Yeah right! Especially since no one in our upline ever showed us a profit and loss statement, their income tax returns, or copies of monthly commission checks from Amway. Nobody had any proof of the fabulous income they were making in Amway.

I think my Ambot saw all those circles being drawn and numbers and $$$ and thought after a couple of years he could just sit back with his feet up and have thousands of dollars in residual income rolling in every month for the rest of his life. I think a lot of ambots see the same thing, an especially attractive picture for people in their retirement years where they can have lots of money rolling in monthly when they do not work. There are other investment opportunities that will allow people to have residual income in their retirement years. Involvement in the Amway scam will drain the retirement savings not increase a person’s net worth.

I think Ambot saw his friend Captain Fuck Up get involved in Scamway. He met the Amway cult leaders and liked them and thought these would be a good group of new friends. Except these are the type of friends you have to pay in order to be friends with them. Put money into Amway and the tool scam type of friends. Not my kind of friends.

So Ambot believed all the lies the Amway cult leaders told him about how much money there was to be made if he got involved in the Amway scam. He’d be a millionaire in a couple of years. He’d be able to buy mansions with cash, sports cars with cash, travel first class and walk the beaches of the world.

I think the main motivating factor about getting involved in Amway was what if this was really legit. What if there really was a chance that he would be rich in a couple of years and he did not jump on the bandwagon and take advantage of the Scamway opportunity. What if Captain Fuck Up made lots of money in Amway. The thought of that fucking bastard doing financially better than him must have motivated Ambot to sign up with Scamway.

Oh in case anyone is wondering, that lousy son of a bitch Captain Fuck Up is still renting the same hovel he’s been living in for the past 10+ years, still getting eviction notices cause he’s always late with the rent, constantly having his utilities and cell phone shut off for not paying the bills, etc, etc. Lousy credit, can’t hold down a job. Yeah this is a really good person to take business advice from!

Ambot got brainwashed. He met people that he liked and the only way he was allowed to spend time with them was to invest heavily in Amway products and motivational materials. The bullshit secrets to Amway success.

Amway cult leaders promised their followers that if they sign up for Amway, attend all cult meetings and Amway functions, buy Amway products, invest in the tool scam, etc then after 2 to 5 years they will be rewarded by having residual income rolling in for the rest of their lives. And they won’t have to work again.

Such an attractive proposition to people. They don’t want to see Amway as a scam but they want to see it as their sole income source. As people get older and thinking about retiring they are probably still looking for income sources. When it comes to Amway - KEEP LOOKING!

Reality check! An Ambot must buy at least 100PV (about $300) of shitty overpriced Amway products each month to qualify for a commission check that’s around $10. Don’t forget to add in at least another $200 month investing in the Amway tool scam – buying books, CD’s, tickets to hear Amway assholes speak, monthly membership in the cult sect such as WWDB, monthly fees for Communikate, etc etc etc. In Amway its all about spending money to make your cult leaders happy. Expect to spend $500 to $700/month to make back $10 but maybe the Ambot will spend more $$$ if the Amway sack of shit cult leader is cracking the whip that some fucking asshole upline needs to meet their goals so buy more Amway shit. Don’t have hundreds of dollars in disposable income every month then pull out your charge card and go further into Amway debt. Amway is all about spending more and making less. Make less money in Scamway.

But I think there is always that niggling doubt in the back of people’s minds. What if. What if the promised income really is true. And what if they don’t take advantage of the opportunity. And what if their sponsor is the one who gets rich and then gloats at them how they missed the bus.

Uh huh.

Hop on the Amway truck before its too late!

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  1. Anna, you have put your finger on a very important point: this business about "liking" people.

    Your husband took a liking to Captain Fuck Up, and to the other up-line creeps to whom he was introduced. This was the thing that got him started in the Amway fraud. "Liking" and trusting people were the first steps.

    Amway depends on this natural, naive, and silly human tendency. Just because you "like" someone doesn't mean that you should go into business with them! I like my cousin very much, but because of his rotten business sense and consistent record of failure, I'd never trust him with a plugged nickel.

    People can be likable and sweet and kind. They can be morally upright persons. They can be honest and loyal. BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN THAT THEY WILL BE GOOD IN A BUSINESS VENTURE!!!

    In the case of Amway, the company has perfected its love-bombing techniques so well that the persons trying to recruit you as an IBO all seem to be friendly and good people. But even if that were true (which it isn't -- they only want your money), it doesn't follow that the "Plan" they are trying to push on you is a sensible or viable one. The only "Plan" Amway has for its IBOs is a 99% failure plan.

    The problem is that most North Americans have been brainwashed into this silly attitude of "being nice," and "liking people who are nice." And this makes many of them suckers for Amway.

    1. Anonymous - its the love bombing cult tactic that Amway uses so everyone will like them. Well I saw through their phony ass act. I didn't like any of them. Oh sure some of the women I could tolerate but none of us exchanged phone numbers or recipes! LOL!

      The brainwashed Ambot sees all these "nice" people in their Amway upline and are taught to duplicate the assholes in their Amway upline and so they too put on this phony ass "nice" routine.

      Sign up with Amway and become a "nicer" person. It'll only cost you about $500 to $1000/month.

      Well if someone really wants to become nicer there are much cheaper ways to do so besides spending the big bucks to join the Amway cult.

      Volunteering anyone? That one's usually free (add in your cost of gas to get there) or nearly free. I'm sure there are free articles online on how to become a nicer person and I bet none of those articles suggest signing up with Scamway.


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