Thursday, October 8, 2009

Get Wealthy by Selling Amway Products


Not only can you join the 2 to 5 year plan to fabulous luxury, dump that 9 to 5, and join hands with the world's largest 'direct seller.' To learn more fabulous truth about what the 'utopian state' of Amway could mean to you, click here.

7 comments:

Joecool said...

"Selling" Amway products is an oxymoron. LOL

quixtarisacult said...

Thinking that buying and consuming is somehow selling, and that the small commission check is profit is psychotic indeed.

Shyam Sundar said...

Many in India also after years of losing money, still believe that they are going to become rich soon by simply buying Amway products. LoL.

Diomond said...

THAT IS SO DUMB TO SAY... YOU'LL GET RICH BY BUYING AND SELLING AMWAY PRODUCTS. HAHAHA ... THATS PROBABLY WHY YOU QUIT! GET YOUR INFO STRIAGHT!!! BUY A CD, READ A BOOK!!

quixtarisacult said...

"Diomond"

No, you get rich by buying and selling Amway products. Not me. And you want me to buy CDs and books to teach me how to get rich. You make me laugh.

Diomond said...

I mean seriously you guys the point of the business is connecting the people directly to the company to save the problem of retail, And getting a percentage of their consume.
It makes no sense that people are judging Amway with out really knowing the great opportunity it really is.

Oh and Mr.quixtarisacult I am not telling you to read so you can get rich, but to get the right info. "You seem to being doing a great job doing that on your own".

quixtarisacult said...

You are describing what is commonly called the 'buy from yourself and recruit others to buy from themselves' so you can get a 'piece of their volume'.

My gawd, what an inefficient distribution system. Countless middlemen, and all to resolve the 'retail' issue. Gesh, you really are in need of an intervention. You seem to swallow the 'Amway' myths hook line and sinker.

Aren't Amway products badly overpriced? (No you don't have to answer this.) Aren't there actually too many middle men to be paid in this system? Aren't the products in the end badly overpriced so much so that they can't be retailed? Aren't only about 3 to 4 percent of all products retailed to non-IBO actual retail customers?

I believe you need to try to grasp how the 'Amway' monopolistic 'closed market swindle' works. Read David Brear's writing on Quixtar Cult Intervention with an open mind, and put all the mind numbing 'prosumer' crap that the Amway Kingpins feed the 'Amway' Younglings. You will find that the products are designed to be 'unsellable' on purpose.

Notice, I don't mind posting pro-Amway comments when they have a name or a handle attached. The fact that you pal-parrot the Amway reality inverting script lets me know that you've been exposed to their load of hogwash, and I am at least glad that you are willing to read this blog. I'm not asking you to quit Amway, but to try and think for yourself.