One thing propsects of Amway should ask themselves is why Amway? If you've done due diligence on Amway and MLM in general, it's clear that the vast majority do not make any money with many many people losing money. The disclosures and information all points to that. Yes, some people succeed but they face overwhelming odds and even those who may succeed often find their success short lived. For that reason, diamonds and other hihg pins have quit, rather than "walking away" to collect residual income.
Ask your prospective sponsor how much he or she makes. If you are told "none of your business" or if you are told that how much they make will not affect what you make, it's a red flag. Someone asking you to be in business with them should be prepared to disclose some information. It's a normal business practice. If someone asked you to inest with them, you'd want to know whatreturns you can expect. And you'd want to know the likely return, not only the best case scenario. Yet, the Amway folks will only give you the rosiest possibilities and not the reality. Why is that? Because the reality is in contract to what they are claiming?
If you explore other venues to make money, there are plennty of low risk opportunities. A second part time job whhere you enjoyed the work, a part time business, buying and selling on ebay, craigslist, etc, crafts, handyman work, can provide you more than amway or MLM. Do your research and don't fall for the hype.