Friday, October 03, 2008

More Dudes at Work

I came across another conversation about Amway that some folks were having.

I haven't read through all of it yet, and I'm steppin' out right now.

Have a read. Take another note IBO's.

Regular people aren't as gullible as you when you were recruited.

Never seems to be much good being said about Amway unless it's a conversation infiltrated by Amway IBO's.

It is an older conversation, but hey! What's so different before the great transformation?

Really, what?


Blogger quixtarisacult said...

Amway should change their tape speak that says: "Some won't, some will" to "Most won't, a few suckers will". Thanks be go to the dudes, the average person confronted with the MLM decision.

Most distributors do not realize that even a unsuccessful Amway distributorship is still successful to Amway who benefit from day one. Any products sold or any tools delivered make Amway that much more successful. Enthusiasm for the con only make potential personal loses greater. Success of Amway is not co-dependant on distributor success. A losing distributor that recruits new distributors only makes Amway more successful, whether the recruiter succeeds to the next pin level or not. Amway and the tool kingpins benefit from day one, while most distributors benefit little; with so few reaching even the first rung on the Amway pin ladder to success. What indeed are the odds of success in Amway?

Achieve Magazine reported only 9 new Platinum distributors--out of the million + distributors--were named in August 2008. What are the odds of these eight going on to grasp the next pin ring on the Amway Carousel?

Pro-Amway bloggers like the DSA's Amy Robinson attempt to discredit the 99% ratio of distributors losing money in the Direct Selling Industry. The actual odds of coming out on top in this bad business is much worse than the 1% figure. It isn't likely that anyone who doesn't at least make the platinum level of business will realize a net profit from year to year (or at least so says Tex). The likelihood of making it even to platinum pin level is minuscule by comparison to the 1% of people who make claim to profit in the industry. Overhead and all other expenses are never figured against the average income figure reported by Amway. A person's time is worth something, and figure in all the other costs involved, and soon these add up to a losing business for nearly everyone beginning at the bottom of the Amway pyramid.

05 October, 2008 13:17  
Blogger Joecool said...

Hey Rocket, IBOFB hammered by a "Dudette"

07 October, 2008 20:22  
Blogger Joecool said...

More sports fans bashing Amway:

10 October, 2008 18:24  

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