Thursday, May 24, 2018

Only Ambots Love Amway Love Bombers

I remember getting love bombed by the evil members of the Amway cult when Ambot was still a devoted worshipper of the great Amway gods. If you’ve ever been in a cult you know how it goes. People who barely know you want to hug you everytime they see you. They gush about how much they love what you’re wearing, the car you’re driving, the book you’re reading, etc. If you’ve done something awe inspiring like park your car between the lines in the parking lot they rave about what a wonderful driver you are. You know all the over the top praise for pretty normal things that could only come from cult members. Pretty fucking creepy. Pretty fucking creepy sums up Amway and ambots.

What is love bombing? Here is a partial description from Wikipedia:

Critics of cults often cite love bombing as one of the features that may identify an organization as a cult. When used by critics, the phrase is defined to mean affection that is feigned or with an ulterior motive and that is used to reduce the subject's resistance to recruitment.

The term was popularized by psychology professor Margaret Singer, who has become closely identified with the love-bombing-as-brainwashing point of view. In her 1996 book, Cults in Our Midst, she described the technique:

As soon as any interest is shown by the recruits, they may be love bombed by the recruiter or other cult members. This process of feigning friendship and interest in the recruit was originally associated with one of the early youth cults, but soon it was taken up by a number of groups as part of their program for luring people in. Love bombing is a coordinated effort, usually under the direction of leadership, that involves long-term members' flooding recruits and newer members with flattery, verbal seduction, affectionate but usually nonsexual touching, and lots of attention to their every remark.

Love bombing - or the offer of instant companionship - is a deceptive ploy accounting for many successful recruitment drives.

This description is very accurate of the love bombing that goes on at Amway cult meetings.

These Amway phony ass “business owners” are brainwashed so they don’t realize they’re in a cult. How about a social club instead? A very expensive club because all Amway meetings are social gatherings and brainwashing sessions and it costs hundreds of dollars each month to be a member.

Back when I worked I attended real business meetings as opposed to the phony ass Amway pretend business meetings, whether it was in my workplace or travelling to another person’s workplace. I have never greeted anyone or been greeted by a business professional with a hug and flattering comments. A handshake yes. Maybe a compliment if I like their outfit or a painting on the wall.

When I showed up at the workplace I never once walked around the office greeting coworkers with hugs. Probably not a handshake either unless I was meeting someone for the first time. The only time I’ve seen or participated in coworker hugs has been at the office Christmas party or on someone’s last day of work with the company.

Its called being professional inside the workplace. A concept that Amway ambots don’t understand.

Real business people operating legitimate businesses don’t go overboard. Professional niceties is one thing.

Love bombing is something else. Something creepy that is. And it makes people go what the fuck is going on here. These people are unnaturally delirious about meeting everyone.

Seeing as how Amway IBO’s are fake business people the rules don’t apply because its a fake business meeting. So hug away is the WWDB Amway motto!

I mean for fuck’s sake I don’t even go around hugging friends I’ve known for years when we get together at a social gathering. Maybe. Depends on the circumstance like if its a funeral.

Amway love bombing. A common cult tactic. Creepy. Meet people for the first time and they all want to hug me? Like back off Amway assholes! I don’t want other people in my space I don’t know and especially people I already know and don’t like. And here its important to note that the fucking asshole that sponsored us in Amway never once tried to hug me. Bastard knew better than to fuck with me!

Walk into an Amway meeting held in someone’s house and everyone pounces on you and wants to hug you. Even if you’ve never talked to them before or only seen them occasionally. They are overly excited to see you and they want to touch you affectionately. All fakey affectionately. What’s really creepy is walking into a larger Amway greeting say an auditorium where a Diamond is going to show up to brainwash the masses. Everyone out in the lobby is hugging everyone else. Walk into the arena and the hugging is still going on like crazy. And the screaming and squealing as if they haven’t seen this person in years instead of last night at a Scamway meeting. And then the fake compliments and the fake attentiveness and the want to introduce you to everyone else they know so they can all hug you too. CREEPY!!!!

Love bombing. Instant companionship.

That’s what Amway is all about. Instant friends. And you’ll need new friends because once you’re inside the Amway cult you’re not supposed to associate with anyone who is not in Amway or not interested in joining up as an IBO or buying shitty overpriced Amway products.

Love bombing = entrance into the cult. We are all so loving and welcoming!

WE WANT YOUR MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What about the fake I love what you’re wearing? Oh this old rag? Tell me about the book you’re reading. This woman’s banging three different guys and she can tire them all out. Where’d you get those beautiful shoes? Payless. I love what you’ve done with your hair. Well that’s what happens when you wash your hair before you go to bed and sleep on it wet.

And all the smiling and happy happy. A bunch of Chucky dolls!

Beware of someone you’ve just met who wants to hug the shit out of you and ply you with compliments and is overly attentive to you and has a fake smile pasted on their face the whole time.

Its an Amway ambot love bomber on the loose!


  1. I can't tell you how disturbing I found this aspect of WWDB/Amway. Also I wondered what aspect childhood trauma has in people joining Amway/WWDB? I don't know if you've touched on his topic yet but it seems that people who have trauma/emotional wounds would probably be more susceptible to this type of conditioning.

    1. Anonymous- I found Amway love bombing creepy and disturbing. With any cult you’ll find people who are looking for a sense of belonging. Whether that’s due to a bad family life or something else who knows.

  2. To Anonymous at 8:31 PM --

    No, I disagree. The problem isn't any kind of "childhood trauma" or psychological wounds from the past. It's the sick, overemotional, mindlessly self-expressive, informal, touchy-feely culture that we live in.

    We in North America simply don't have enough self-control, enough dignity, enough reticence, and enough cool distance! Right from kindergarten we are told to "let it all hang out." We are encouraged to cry, to express anger, to speak our minds without hesitation, and to be gushing and hyped-up and over-friendly in public with everyone.

    Other cultures consider us to be infantile whiners. Those cultures wouldn't dream of addressing a total stranger by his first name, or hugging somebody whom you barely know. They would dream of letting their stupid kids run around unsupervised to "act out" and scream and cry like little animals. Americans have the worst behaved children on the planet.

    When you come from a culture that allows all this childish shit, naturally "love bombing" is going to seem right and proper.

    A culture like ours, where everybody is expected to wear a big stupid smile on their face, to wear a Smiley-Face button, and to say "Have a nice day!" to total strangers, is a culture where "love bombing" will be considered natural.

    1. Anonymous- don’t you just hate it when people especially ones you don’t know tell you to have a nice day. No thanks I’ve made other plans. My brother in law is kind of a touchy person. When you’re having a conversation he might touch your arm or back for a second. Some people can do a brief touch and don’t come off as a pervert and he’s just a friendly extroverted guy. But he’s no hugger. That is just too creepy when you meet someone and they want to hug you. Even more so if you’ve ever been inside a cult and know that’s how they operate.

    2. Interesting perspective. I agree with a lot of it. Especially the part about stupid kids acting out lol. When I was in Amway I saw people prey on newbies to the country, and other vulnerable individuals so I thought perhaps trauma could play into it for some cases.

    3. Amway Ambots will prey on anyone and yes new immigrants are vulnerable because they might now have heard of the Amway scam. In this day and age kids thinking about Scamway probably have parents or grandparents that know about it and can warn them away. Sometimes you got to let your kids make their own stupid mistakes and learn from it.

  3. I hate it when people who barely know me address me by my first name. Who the hell do they think they are, to take such a liberty?

    In the past, first names were only spoken by family members or very close friends whom you had known for years. Even in the novels of Charles Dickens, husbands and wives address each other as "Mr. Smith," or "Mrs. Smith." The use of someone's first name indicates (or should indicate) close intimacy.

    As for touching people without their permission -- well, in the past it would have been unthinkable, except in an emergency situation to aid a wounded or sick person. I myself have never touched another person without that person's permission, and this is especially the case with women. Even a handshake is a mutual decision, where both parties extend their hand in greeting.

    We need a lot more formality, so that the rest of the world will stop thinking of Americans as narcissistic babies and emotionally driven snowflakes.

    1. Anonymous - do you wear a name tag? That's one way you know a person's name! Unless of course they introduce themselves using their first name. Maybe it depends on what part of the country you're in. Some places are more formal than others.

  4. No, I don't wear a name tag. But people who call you up on the phone to solicit something have your name from a list, and they always begin by saying "Hello, Bob..." (or Joe, or Hank, or Tom), as if you were in their family.

    When you speak to a bank teller, or you call up an agency, or you talk to a bureaucrat, you constantly get this first-name crap!

    1. The scammers from other countries with deep hard to understand accents never know my name but they all claim I owe the IRS money that needs to be paid in iTunes gift cards. I just pretend it’s an Amway loser and curse them out and they always hang up on me. It doesn’t bother me at the bank or spa or wherever use my name. I’m pretty casual. Only a telemarketer using my name would annoy me.

  5. Well Anna,

    When the salesbot calls tell 'em he just died and we are in the middle of the wake how dare you!

    Fake love is the issue not a first or last name as I see things. Love is fake when it's only concern is monetary gain as All sales people are always prospecting not just an ambot.


    1. LOL KMB. Yeah there are all kinds of ways to shut down a scam telemarketer.

      Fake love is part of the Amway bible.

      All those Ambots disappeared and took their fake love with them once the money train stopped.

  6. I plan on saying this here on your site as if our dear Federal Family ever gets their head out of their collective asses there shall be hell to pay for Amway.

    Department of justice?

    Department of labor?


    Many more as all are bribed with Amway money!

    Shut those mother fuckers down!

    Now you got me going and will dream big and open another beer..

    So it goes..


    1. Hi KMB. You’d think Amway’s owners would get tired of pay offs to keep operating, paying fines, paying out legal judgments and would shutdown and live off their millions. Greed keeps them going I guess. Or their sick desire to bring financial and emotional distress to as many people as they can.

    2. You can't actually reason with these types of thinking...just let everything run for them and you yourself can just enjoy life(or continue informing peeps about Amway w/e way works!).


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1. Is it the weekend? We don’t moderate comments on weekends. Maybe not every day during the week either. Patience.
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