Does anyone here have experience of dealing with Amway people?

India
October 7, 2009 5:46am CST
Do you have any experience with Amway products? Are they really good as these guys keep on telling? The women next door to me is Amway distributor and she is trying to pull me in as IBO (distributor)What is easiest way to get reed of her?
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• Philippines
7 Oct 09
My friend from college also is encouraging me to join this one. I think it's sort of a multilevel marketing scheme...I'm not good saleswoman so I think I can't succeed in this type of business.
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@18101989 (700)
• India
11 Nov 09
It's not a door to door selling system as you think it is all you have to do is when you join just tell some of your relatives and friend about it and your work is done. If you wish to know more in detail please add me as a friend and i will tell you the process.
@p_vadla (1687)
• India
16 May 10
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I am an Amway Distributor. I narrate my experiences with Amway products below. After I wake up in the morning,I use Nature Shower hand Wash, its a top class concentrated hand wash cleans even stubborn legions. After wards I use Amway Tooth brush with Amway Glister tooth paste for cleaaning my teeth.Followed it by 3-in-1 persona bath soap for bathing. Then I use Amway Dynamite Shaving foam or cream to shave my beard again using the Amway dynamite razor. I apply Amway dynamite after shave lotion. I apply Amway dynamite hair cream to style my hair.I wear I'm endorsed shirts and neck tie and waist belts. Seeing the kind of products Amway has released now in to the market there is no area left in our daily life where Amway's presence if left void. I brought AMSURE - Amway Inda's latest insurance venture in collabaration with Max newyork Life- policy in my name. I also bought AMSURE - Amway India plus Royal Sundaram medical Insurance policy for all my family members. All the products are top class and well tested and giving me good run without any flickr of doubt. And last but not the least is the use of personal Improvement Tools marketed by Amway and BWW-Britt World Wide syatems. Good luck with Amway.
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@18101989 (700)
• India
11 Nov 09
I am an amway distributor and i don't think there is for any reason you have to say anything to Amway people. I have lost a great opportunity running from them don't run from them i just have to say that face them and work with them and i am sure you will be on the top earning charts of amway. Just feel free if you wish to ask something. add me as your friend and send me your question.
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@kashvera (14)
• India
7 Oct 09
Hi! Yes, I do have experience with 'Amway', their products are very good, and cost effective, that means that the products, specially for 'home cleaning' are concentrated, and therefore, if you follow their directions, the 500ml bottle could last you for more that 6 months. I should know, because I use Amway. As for joining as IBO, if you are not interested you could put it off by telling her that you will first try the products(they are expensive), and so will get back to her when and if you are satisfied with it. You could also tell her that you don't mind buying the stuff, but, you are not good at the selling part. Hope this solves your problem.
@buzzmaker (631)
• India
7 Oct 09
Amway products are good and hence a bit expensive. I am a distributor and a user myself. but if you don't want it, you should just tell her upfront on her face very clearly but gently that you just are not interested and she should stop following up with you. It is going to be of no use. Also, tell her that even if you become an IBO, you will not market these products neither will you pay a single rupee to become an IBO. If she still wants, she can pay on your behalf :)
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• India
7 Oct 09
dear abhishek, Amway is very good opportunity if you are rich, because its product are so expensive. So if you are hungry and you need chapati they will serve you grapes. LOLOL I want to say that if you are financial strong and your circle is also financially more strong then you may join Amway, other wise it is full waste of time and money also, you must have marketing skills to improve earnings. If you are trying to make money with multi level marketing then i will suggest you to visit http://www.newtechjobs.com/mlmjobs.com
• India
7 Oct 09
sorry sorry http://www.newtechjobs.com/mlmjobs.htm
• India
9 May 10
Hi Abhishek, My suggestion is, join Amway if you are financially free and no burdens for your generations, because the product quality you will never get from any x-brand. Quite Expensive, you no need to worry about it(because u r Financially free), any how you are going to save your money when comparing to x-brands. Join Amway if you are not financially free, it will make you a multi-millionaire in several years with consistent and persistent work with the Team. You also have a BWW team to teach you how to build the franchising business with the combination of Amway and BWW. If you want to know more feel free to contact me suhalekiff.cam@gmail.com. With Regards Suhale Kiff
• India
19 Jan 10
Don't get rid of her. She will change your financial future if you can just trust and listen and do what she says.
• United States
7 Oct 09
I was once involved with amway, and the lady was very pushy, I'm sure the products were o.k. but all the pushing. Their laundry detergent does not lather up, and of course we're not use to that. In the times like these, who can afford it? There are other places you might like to check, "Stanley products" for instant. It is a well known product, mostly from those of yesteryear. popciclecold
@PamelaL (252)
• United States
7 Oct 09
The easiest way to get rid of her is just to be honest and tell her that you aren't interested. I've experienced the same thing and it works for me! I'm not even sure it's called Amway anymore, but they are a legitimate company and I actually know people who make a decent living. You just have to be good at selling the opportunity to others as it is a multi-level marketing opportunity. I'm not good at that sort of thing, so I won't work for me. They don't necessarily want you to sell the products (and there are many) but they want you to buy them for yourself.
@patofgold23 (5075)
• Philippines
7 Oct 09
they are nice of course.. they need to do that to make sales... but their products are incredibly expensive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i was recruited in their marketing program years back but they coudl never convince me... I would never put myself in a position where i would have to force people to buy my products to the point that they would start avoiding me...lllolz