Monday, January 29, 2018

Amway Ambots Insist They Are A Franchise

What about franchises? Isn't that all it is, only online instead of brick & mortar?

You point out that IBOs can be fired, but couldn't McDonald's "fire" one of their franchise owners if they started selling incorrect products? It's a basic principle.

The above words of wisdom were left by some ambot on my post about where else can you get fired from your own business but in Amway. Couldn’t have happened to a more deserving sack of shit Platinum! Its always nice when ambots stop by and say something so fucking stupid you just gotta share it in a separate post so everyone can poke fun at it.

I’m not sure if this guy has been smoking something funny or if he’s just fucked in the head!

He’s seriously comparing Amway with McDonalds? That’s the big giveaway that theirs is seriously something wrong with him.

Two completely different businesses. One is in the restaurant business selling fast food for lower prices than in sit down restaurants. The other is in the business of signing up commissioned salespeople to sell overpriced shitty products.

Fucked in the head ambot needs to look a little futher into the McDonald’s business plan. The restaurants in this chain are not all franchises. Some are and some are owned by the head office. Franchises are sold to restaurant owners in locations that McDonalds did a market survey on to ensure they’re still going to be profitable but not necessarily a location that head office wants ownership of. Just because a company like McDonalds has a chain of locations or branches does not mean that they are all franchises.

McDonald’s doesn’t have an online business selling their fast food. Can you imagine what it would like coming through the mail? Cold burgers and fries and melted ice cream mess.

There are companies that have many locations or branches that also have an online business where customers can shop on the Internet instead of going into the store and have their purchases mailed to them. Wal-Mart and other big box chains comes to mind.

Amway does not have any franchises that I know of but they have/had a location or information center at a baseball park, was it Citifield? Not exactly a franchise but you got to wonder what the fuck are they doing there and how much its costing Amway to rent that space and who’d want to be the staff working there subject to ridicule from baseball fans who know Amway is a scam. Amway has locations and warehouses in places besides their head office in Michigan but no franchise locations. I mean who’d want one? Most people would want to buy a franchise of something that is popular and has good sales in other words sells products that people want to buy at an affordable price. Amway don’t fit that criteria!

And here’s the thing about any business that is a chain. They do market research before opening a location. They make sure the customer base will be there. They don’t open a location too close to another one in their chain to oversaturate that market.

Even companies that have salesreps that go out to businesses and market their products or services don’t overlap the salespeople’s territories. They all have their own area to cover.

What about Amway? Does head office make sure their commissioned salespeople are not overlapping any areas? Hell no! That’s because Amway knows that their commissioned salespeople are not making sales to others. Their commissioned salespeople are Amway’s customers buying Amway products and pretending that they are buying from their own store. Brainwashed ambots! Amway has oversaturated the market with commissioned salespeople. There ain’t enough business for everyone. Could that be due to selling overpriced shitty products? Really hard to find customers and bullshit them into thinking they are paying more money for higher quality products when its all a lie. Amway’s products are generic to substandard compared to other products in the marketplace. Overpriced shit!

Sticking with what the dumb ass ambot said about franchises, does anyone know of an online only business that has franchises? That would be fucking dumb? Kind of like oversaturating the marketplace when only one location is needed. If its an online only business all sales can be made through the one website and keep all the profit in one place. No need to spread it out and have franchise online businesses. Let’s take Amazon probably the most successful online business out there. Around $200 billion in sales in 2017. Amazon has no franchises. They have offices and warehouses in different places but those ain’t franchises.

The dumb ass response the Amway ambot left is very typical of what I heard from Amway cult leaders. Whenever someone has a different opinion the Amway cult leader has to launch some distraction tactic and try to blind the opposing view with their fucked up bullshit.

Comparing Amway with some McDonald’s franchises. You gotta be fucking kidding me! What the fuck does one have to do with the other except some flimsy Amway excuse to bullshit and distract someone away from figuring out the truth.


  1. That stupid Ambot seems to be laboring under the delusion that Amway is about selling products.

    How absurd! Amway is about recruiting other people to be your down-line, and taking a cut from their profits and efforts in recruiting others. No one seriously involved in Amway gives a shit about the products.

    1. Anonymous - this is all part of the bullshit taught at Amway cult meetings. Brainwashing these broke Amway losers to believe they're hot shot "business owners"

  2. If being an Amway victim is a franchise, then they would be subject to the Federal Franchise Rule, 16 CFR Parts 436 and 437.

    I would like to see some Amway victim explain how they, and Amway, are complying with the requirements of that...

    1. Hi pinkvictim. When you're an Amway Ambot the laws and rules don't apply! These Amway losers don't even do the most basic things that real owners do like apply for a business name, a business license, a tax #, bank account, etc.

    2. THIS SO MUCH. There are laws and rules governing franchise. Ambots are NOT franchise owners.

    3. Anna, I have found this to be true with all MLMs. I've never met an MLMer who has any of that.

    4. Howdeedoo - when you're an Amway Ambot that means (in their brainwashed minds) that the laws and rules don't apply to them. Kind of like how when you're in Amway the facts don't matter either.

  3. A friend owns a franchise that sells and fits tyres. Nobody begged him to become a franchisee, there was a lot of vetting involved. He wears the brand’s merchandise with pride. A cap, coffee mug, key holder, t-shirt, those type of stuff.

    Imagine that. Ambots visibly wearning the brand when they try to prospect us. Imagine them wearing a baseball cap that says “Amway” (or a branded tie, to fit in with their 1950’s idea that all business people must wear suits). Imagine them actually mentioning Amway.

    Who in their right mind starts a business associated with a brand, in which you are too ashamed to mention the brand, where the brand is so bad that you have to Ambush people to get an audience? And I kid you not, I was told the reason they charge more for household stuff was because…wait for this…the brand (that they are to ashamed to mention) is a premium brand !!!

    1. kwaaikat, that's true. Real business owners that offer real products that real people want to buy never miss an opportunity to market themselves. Whether that's mentioning their company by name or logos on merchandise. It would sure be nice if Amway Ambots wore clothes with their beloved employer's logo on it so that way we can see those lying scamming losers coming at us and RUN. And yeah even though Ambots are too embarrassed to say the A word they'll brag and gloat about the prestige products and bullshit that Amway's high price reflects their quality. Well if Amway priced their products to match their quality nothing would be over a buck!

  4. Kwaaikat is right. There is a real cognitive dissonance going on in Amway that is quite comical. Amway idiots believe that this racket and these products are amazingly good, but they are constrained from actually identifying them by name.

    The name "Amway" is now like the kiss of death. Just mention it once, and people run away.

    1. You bet Anonymous. If Ambots mention Amway people either run away or laugh at them!


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