What manyAmway defenders seem to miss is the very real possibility that Amway just sucks. It may look good at a board plan with an eloquent speaker showing the plan but when all is said and done, the vast majority of people wind up with a loss after their investment of time and money.
What goes unnoticed too often is that the system simply doesn’t work. Sounds easy to “find six” but the fact is that most people will never find 6 people interested in seeing the plan, much less finding six down line platinums. Only a fraction of one percent of IBOs eve go platinum so do the math on finding and maintaining six of these groups down line.
The products is general are generic in nature but premium in price. That’s a fact that makes Amway a nearly impossible business to succeed in. Toss in the bad reputation and you have a recipe for disaster. The obvious is that Amway just sucks in my opinion.
It’s too bad that starry eyed prospects usually can’t see through the smoke and mirrors because their vision is blurred by dreams of residual income and early retirement. Sadly, the false dreams turn into broken dreams all too often.