Thursday, February 21, 2008

Javert Gone?

Well, looks like Javert has shut his Blogstar - The Quixtar Blog Down.

I wonder what happened? He had laid claim to being a recent Platinum, then he was mad because of the name change back to Amway.

Did he decide to quit blogging and build his business beyond platinum?

Or was he full of shit regarding his pin to begin with?

I dunno. Looks like we'll never know.

There are a number of blogs created by IBO's that simply become dormant, such as Pro-Truth, Pro-Sumer, Pro-Quixtar, along with The IBO Chronicles, Quixtar And The Opportunity, and Quixtar Dream Catcher.

Where do these folks go? Are they still in? Did something happen to them?

I'll tell you what I think. I think that many of them realized what the critics say is perhaps more accurate than what their upline told them.

I feel sorry for them. I really do, if you can dig that?


Anonymous Joecool said...

C'mon Rocket. They all walked away from their businesses and are walking the beaches of the world collecting "residual" income which they can will to their grandchilren for generations to come.

On a serious note, I don't think any platinum or above would have the time to maintain a blog. There is evidence of that since we recently discovered that insider is a nothing pin who by his own admission has been inactive for the last 5 years.

22 February, 2008 11:01  
Anonymous Joecool said...

BTw, has there ever been a bonafide decent level pin that ran a blog?

We know insider was/is a phony.

25 February, 2008 13:06  
Blogger quixtarisacult said...

Here is my take on these basically dead sites: Possibly they are remnants of the now failed google bombing attempt; a concerted effort to push critics info from front pages of the search engines and help increase recruitment of the inquiring prospect. I recommend Scoobie Davis Online for a better examination of Google Bombing efforts by Quixtar and how they were thwarted.

Disillusionment amongst new pins is probably common. Amway shakes these folk out, basically buying their downline at bargain prices from folk desparate to recoup losses from many years of dream selling. (Eric Scheibler, Don Lorencz describe the deceptions existing as one appears to succeed in the Biz). I believe all these pins are managed under The Access Business Group, which sort of hide the fact that the Devos and Van Andel Dons reap much of the bonus money for themselves. Their names do not appear in the LOS but they may over the years own the lion share of the dearly departed Amagram success stories. The real success stories from Amway are those of the Devos and Van Andel's.

08 March, 2008 10:34  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am/was Javert. Just didn't have time to keep posting. Still pulling in checks and still pissed about the name change. Thanks for mentioning me though!

28 June, 2012 23:13  

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