I had the misfortune of a brainwashed ambot from Atlanta Georgia stop by this blog. http://marriedtoanambot.blogspot.com/2011/03/quitting-amway-during-spring-leadership.html
Of course I responded:
SANDRA - You're a fucking liar! But what else do we expect from people involved in Amway? You came to my blog after searching for "Amway convention 2011 Las Vegas". Yeah right keep trying to convince us that you're not part of any group but only a brainwashed ambot would do that kind of search. This was the only one of my topics you read, nothing else in my blog. Life is wonderful as long as you're not involved in Amway.
She came back around 12:30 to see if her comment was published and if I’d responded to her. You think she went to the link Joecool provided? Unlikely.
People who own their own business want to get their name out there say who they are and what they do and drum up business. Not so with IBO’s. They’re too embarrassed to say they’re with Amway. Denial, denial. Lies and more lies.
They’ll bullshit prospects with some line about an online store or Internet distribution or some highly technical industry they’re involved in and want to meet for coffee. At the coffee shop they’ll show the Amway business plan all the while denying it has anything to do with Amway if they’re asked outright. Ultimately they want to get their prospect to a meeting run by their upline Platinum cult leader to close the sale and get them to sign up as an IBO.
I’ve been to enough Amway meetings that I know it takes the speaker at least an hour to say the A word. Some meetings Amway isn’t mentioned at all.
Do depressed people read this blog? Sure people who are depressed about losing their money in the Amway scam come here. People who are depressed because Amway has destroyed relationships with family and friends come to this blog. Reading me cursing out my upline might make them feel a little better. Knowing that they’re not alone helps them feel better. A person who is clinically depressed and has no connection to Amway is unlikely to randomly find this blog.
Nobody finds this blog unless they’ve done a few things. They were either on another blog written by a former IBO and followed a link to this blog or they did a search for something related to Amway and found this blog. Or they work for Amway Alticor offices in Michigan, California, Texas or Germany and have this blog bookmarked.
A person who does a Google search for “Amway convention 2011 Las Vegas” is not randomly pulling those words out of a hat. The only group of people using this search criteria has some interest in this function which means they’re either an Amway IBO planning to attend and looking for information or if the function has ended they’re searching online for glowing reviews written by other IBO’s who attended the brainwashing session. Someone who has no interest in Amway is not going to randomly choose those words and go to Google and do a search.
Writing “I am not part of any group” after doing a search for the Amway 2011 Las Vegas convention is an outright lie and makes you look like a fucking idiot like we need any further proof that Amway IBO’s are liars! The group you’re part of is Amway otherwise you wouldn’t have done this kind of search. Why lie about it? Because you’re too embarrassed to admit you’re with Amway.
Seeing as how one of the criteria to be an IBO is to be good at lying Sandra further lies that she read this blog. Nope. Only that one page about quitting Amway during Spring Leadership.
“Gosh I should be death instead”. Well some people do compare being involved in Amway as death. On the other hand many people end up at my blog by doing a search for something like death to Amway or death to Amway salesmen so stating you should be death is something that a lot of people would agree with. Better dead than being in Amway.
Once people quit Amway they realize that there is a better life out there. Life without Amway is wonderful. Life with Amway is hell.
Here you go Sandra, don’t miss the Amway truck!