Tuesday, May 31, 2011

This Oughta Be Very Interesting!

A friend of mine has just registered to become an IBO in Amway. He is going to be a member of WWDB. I politely declined his invitation to see the plan but he said he is willing to keep me posted on his progress because he is hoping that by demonstrating success, he can get me interested in Amway. He doesn't know that I am "Joecool".

Now I'm not going to try to convince him to quit or discourage him from building a business. I am just going to observe his progress and see where this goes. I guess I will get a close look at whether or not things have actually changed in WWDB or not. I suspect that everything is exactly the same as the old days, except for the online ordering aspect of the business. Standing orders and functions apparently remain the same, along with most of the teachings such as "never quit" and never miss a function".

I'm looking forward to some very interesting blog posts in the near future. Stay tuned..........

**Update: I already received a message about a 3 acre mansion his upline diamond bought in Hawaii and "paid for in cash".

5 comments:

Ex said...

"...3 acre mansion ... paid for in cash..."

Oh your poor friend he reminds me of me back in 2002. I just can't stand all the ignorant idiotic hero worshiping.

one more to be strung along by scamway and AMO for everything he has before he sees the light, quits and another one replaces him and the cycle continues.

Joecool said...

I didn't state where the mansion is, but it's built in an agricultural area where land is pretty cheap. It's also in an area that's very far from where theu hold meetings and local functions. His group will be "driving the miles' for sure.

ExAmbot said...

also i bet you cash is what he says but these fake diamonds have mortgages just like most everyone else. of course they may pay more/extra on mortgage but it is with tool incomes. your friend is quite probably innocent to this knowledge just like most ambots. for sure scamway needs to be shut down pronto!

Joecool said...

I'm not sure why the diamonds feel a need to lie. Even if you make $300,000 a year, you cannot pay for mansions in cash. What's the real problem though, is that diamonds may tell their downlines to do the same.

When I purchased my home 10 years ago, my real estate agent also offered to help my former sponsor to find a home. (The agent is a mutual friend). My former sponsor declined, sayinn g he will only buy a home in cash. Well, Joecool bought the home and the real estate market got hot right after. A home will now cost about double of the price back in 2001.

My former sponsor got screwed by upline advice and he doesn't even realize it.

Anonymous said...

It is all window dressing meant to trap the naive. It is really sad how 90% of the brain washing in this business involves bragging about or showing pictures of luxurious material items and lying about being able to pay cash for everything like Greg Duncan who as it turns out was mortgaged to the hilt http://www.amquix.info/amway_real_estate_crisis.html. Hell, there are so many diamonds that have had houses foreclosed on or have gone back to J.O.B.s because the Amway income (mainly the income from Tools and Functions) is decreasing as people become better informed about this scam. Unfortunately there will always be people that are susceptible to being scammed, they will ignore all facts and reason until Amway and organizations like WWDB, BWW destroy their lives.
I wish I had access to the facts that are now available on the web when I was in the business in the early 90's.

***Former WWDB Lemming***