Amway Scam: The Longest Running and Most Successful Scam
I’m going to dive right in and cover a lot of info about a supposed Amway scam.
Due diligence, baby! And how to not feel like you’ve been scammed.
Hang tight, gleam some important info about this company and then I’m going to help you understand what it takes to really succeed.
Amway Scam: Evil Genius or True Industry Leader
In order to find out if there’s an Amway scam or not, we need to take a quick but good look at the company. I’ve been doing a lot of research and will spare you everything but the most important info.
According to Wikipedia, “Amway was founded in 1959 by Jay Van Andel and Richard BeVos and is based in Michigan.” In the depressed economy Amway continues to have growth in the US and around the globe with a reported growth of 9.5% in 2011. The company’s revenue was a whopping $9.2 billion dollars.
Amway is a direct sales company that uses a multi-level marketing model, which is great if you know how to overcome every network marketer’s worst nightmare.
With such a wide variety of quality Amway products, there’s tons of potential for sales. Amway has product for home, bath, body, jewelry, air/water purifiers and so much more.
Over the last 53 years there have been countless claims about an Amway scam, which is unfortunate but highly unfounded; again, just a huge misunderstanding.
There’s no way a company could survive for 5 years, especially in today’s internet world, if there was an Amway pyramid scheme. I will admit that using traditional sales and network marketing tactics in the past were difficult and it seemed that only those people with a special “gift” for sales could make it work. With today’s technology and training network marketers are able to learn how to market more effectively and to more people.
Simply put, there’s no Amway scam but I understand why there are so many Amway scam stories; lack of training and education.
Amway has truly been an industry leader; ahead of its time in a lot of ways but it’s certainly not an evil genius company that’s run amuck.
Amway Scam: How to NOT Feel Like You’ve Been Scammed!
The first important step to ensuring that you aren’t going to run into a scam is to research.
The other big reason people feel like they’ve been scammed is because they can’t figure out how to run their business and it’s easier to blame failure on anyone other than ourselves.
I’m sure that sounds harsh but it’s true.
So, how do you avoid an “Amway scam”?
Educate yourself, train and apply what you’re learning so you can generate leads. You will not be able to grow your business without having people to talk to about your opportunity.
Learning how to generate leads doesn’t have to be a nightmare but it’s vital if you want to keep from relating to all of the Amway scam stories.
Let’s get you set on the right path by learning how to market your business and generate leads. It’s not hard but it will take commitment and consistency on your part.
You’ll never feel like you’ve been subjected to an Amway scam (or any scam) once you stop living a marketer’s nightmare (no leads and no biz growth) and wake up to every marketer’s dream come true.
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