Friday, November 07, 2008

Amway Critics - Better than David Steadson at communication?

I have been getting a great deal of joy lately from watching the work of Amway critics begin to bear fruit.

Anyone who hears the name Amway is on the internet investigating the opportunity and inevitably stumbling across the bumbling Pro Amway zealot David Steadson IBO Fightback.

I received a phone call about a couple months or so ago from a buddy of mine from my home town about Amway. He and a group of friends had been prospected. I directed him to all the websites I knew of both pro and con.

So he and his friends read through the reams of info in the stuff, and made a decision not to join based on -

Bwahahahaha, this is funny:

IBOFB's blog. Specifically, the post where he lies tries to put a positive spin on the dismal success rate in Amway.

My buddy is the one posting as me neither. He told me about this a few days later. As usual, IBOFB tries to explain away his failure to defend Amway by trying to insinuate that the people posting were me. I'm here to say that's factually incorrect. I know one of them. That person lives over 2 hours away from me.

You are free to believe whomever you like. I couldn't care less if people stay in Amway and lose money, make fun of people trying to prospect them, or go diamond. Does Steadson care?

You bet he does. And you can bet if enough of those little conversations get out there, his benefactors may decide to switch tactics. I would if I was them.

You can draw your own conclusion about who Steadson's benefactors are.

To further illustrate my point, I noted with some amusement that a fellow Canadian doesn't seem to like David Steadson too much.

It appears we have yet another "dude" as coined by yours truly and promoted extensively by Quixtar Is A Cult.

I followed a link to Youtube from Scott Larsen's site, which took me to a Youtube video.

HNICFAN indicates he's a Canadian as well. I have to think that HNIC is referring to Hockey Night In Canada.

He looks like he'd like to drop the gloves with IBOFB right in the middle of centre ice.

Look, it's pretty obvious that yet another strategy to control and tweak information out there about Amway is yet again, an abysmal failure.

Furthermore, it is taking sceptics less and less time to realize what it took people years, then months, then days to realize. There is more bullshit than substance, and people like Bridgett and IBOFB. aren't helping the cause.

*** Please Note*** Bridgett seems to shoot off her mouth on other people's blogs most of the time. I don't know why, but I guess she doesn't want anyone in her "group" to see her participating in the defense of Amway for some reason. Yet again, another would be information controller.

Maybe fix the goddamn problems, and the information control won't be necessary.

Steadson appears to be part of the problem, instead of part of the solution.


Blogger Joecool said...

This is a great post Rocket!

When an average "dude" sees IBOFB trying to spin and defend Amway, IBOFB looks like a jackass. It'[s simple, because the average dudes look at facts and common sense, not the perfect world that IBOFB likes to portray Amway as. MLMers are doomed for failure. Products are usually priced too high, and
participants are foaming at the mouth trying to recrui everyone.

Why so much emphasis on recruiting? Afterall, Amway is *legal* because there's no fee for recruiting. But because the products are priced so ridiculously high, the onyl way for most IBOs to increase volume is to add downline who will ignore facts and buy from themselves.

A reliable source tells me that amway employees can purchase a bottle of double x for $10-$12. Yet an IBO pays $52 at IBO price, and full retail to non IBOs suggested retail is $78. See the problem there? When a "dude" can go to Walmart and buy a comparable item at a fraction of the cost, wel duh.

Re: Bridgett - she likes to chime in her sarcasm about critics experience being old. Never mind that these "old abuses" are still happening. And she likes to listen to people with experience. Hello? What has IBOFB done in the business? I bet his business is more like Tex's than anything else.

Amway works in IBOFB's perfect "theory" world, but it doesn't work in real life where millions lost billions so a handful could serve as "evidence" that their beloved system works.

07 November, 2008 19:22  
Blogger R2K said...

: )


08 November, 2008 07:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This Bridgett?

10 November, 2008 16:54  
Blogger rocket said...

It looks to be her yes.

10 November, 2008 19:58  
Anonymous Anna28 said...

LOL..great!!! It's nice to see that it is true that anyone with a brain can see through IBOFB and Bridgetts total and utter BS!!!!

11 November, 2008 17:47  
Anonymous Anna28 said... it odd that being affiliated with Amway or that Amway "supplies" all the products is not mentioned anywhere on Bridgetts website? Seriously curious, is what they all do?

11 November, 2008 17:55  
Blogger Joecool said...

Interesting, with all of the blogs and forums that IBOFB runs, he doesn't have a single link to a website where you can buy amway stuff from him. Makes you wonder......

12 November, 2008 12:05  
Anonymous mike said...

One thing that I would consider, is that D.S is likened to a failed sports "wannabe", he has the desire, he can see himself in the game, he even has joined the team, however, he is not able to make any head way in the game, he is not able to actually play the game.

So he talks about how great it is, although he is not playing, he really wants too.

But it seems that no one wants to play the game, or anyone that says it is just a game, he wants to proved them wrong.

Most of the critics on the other hand, have been there, done that.

They played the game and realized that only the "owners" of the team are making the real money...

12 November, 2008 17:36  

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