Monday, November 29, 2010

Fake customer orders

n Gala diamondship, IBOs are really smart. New IBOs are taught to register their friends or neighbors as customers and then ship their personal orders to that customer id. This way the new IBO gets free shipping, and also gets 20% PV/BV uplift(customer orders get 20% PV/BV uplift) and the new IBOs also qualify for $50 bonus in the first 3 months(if u do 150PV in the first 3 months out of which 50PV is customer volume, you get $50 bonus during the first 3 months).

It is a good deal for new IBOs as they have to spend less money to complete 150 pv because of the 20% PV/BV uplift, they get free shipping and also $50 bonus.

So in my line of sponsorship IBOs have gone from zero retailing, to now zero personal use as all the orders are now fake customer orders. I should say uplines are really smart. They teach the IBOs to order products like sales kit, catalogues, gift albums (which has free shipping anyways) to their own home instead of shipping it to customer id, so that Amway does not become suspicious.

This is what the honest and most upright uplines teach new IBOs (to cheat big time on Amway promotions). People like IBOFB will claim that new IBOs should be responsible for their decisions, inspite of these dishonest teachings by upline. I dont know who can hold these dishonest uplines responsible for their total dishonest teachings.

Instead of promoting such practices, Amway can offer free shipping to everybody who orders products worth $75 or everybody who orders 50PV or 100PV on ditto.

Again for people who claim, Amway cannot offer free shipping for all IBOs as products like XS and protein shakes are heavy- please note that #1 online retailer Amazon.com does offer free shipping on so many heavy items and what is more interesting is Amazon also offers 15% off if you order a product regulary(like set up detergent order for every 3 months or so and so on).

12 comments:

  1. Questions of personal responsibility aside, I entirely agree that Amway in North America needs to simplify and make their shipping options more competitive. They way they have it now simply encourages people to place fake customer orders.

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  2. IBOFB is only interested in obfuscating the facts by looking at semantics and technicalities. In real life, the vast majority of IBOs lose money and IBOFB himself will not explain what he has accomplished despite his self proclaimed wealth of Amway knowledge. His only known and confirmed level was 3% (100 PV) as documented on the Amquix Info website.

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    1. I'm a new IBO, I just joined yesterday. This is an interesting concept. I joined yesterday and after ordering 300 products on behalf of customers I already have 3000 PV. Check out my new site www.amway.com/mcbov

      I am looking to train 10 people to learn how to sell but I am not sure about Amway's codes yet for excepted practices.. I have an MBA degree and I have been very successful in sales in the past. What are your thoughts?

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    2. LOL. 300 products and still 3000pv? You talk like a Diamond. This is the first qualification you need. TELLING LIES AS IF THEY WERE TRUE.

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    3. How can you be a new IBO and have 3000 PV? Lolzzz that means you went Diamond over night? Smh get your lies in order. I can honestly say I AM a new ibo and I joined 3 weeks ago and I'm a brand new 300 and also qualified for my $50 bonus. Be honest man

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  3. Other lines do the same thing have the IBO sign up fake customers such as the dog and ship products to them to get free shipping. I'd rather buy products from Amazon over Amway any day. I can easily find $25 worth of books to get my free shipping.

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  4. Are they teaching this method today, as in 2010?

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  5. Yes this is being taught today. This happened as late as Nov 2010 and will happen again in Dec 2010 as well, as new IBOs in my line of sponsorship are being taught to order products this way.

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  6. I'm in GALA LOS and want to verify that this actively does happen.

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  7. Thank you Google Beta User for confirming this. I always suspected that my upline cannot be inventing all these dishonest practices(buying pins, faking eagle qualification, stocking up products) and they have to be rampant across Gala diamondships.

    When taproot was initially being taught, Gala diamonds and people from corporation at "Gala functions" boasted that BWW had the highest sponsoring rate.

    Now they can boast that BWW and Gala group has highest customer orders(The irony of this Gala IBOs hardly had any customers before this 20% uplift thing).

    Lets see if corporation does something about it or as usual if they stay as a silent promoter of all dishonest practices.

    What would be very funny is 2 years from now or so, they would offer free shipping for all ditto orders or something like that, then they would gush that "This brilliant idea is Bill Britt's and so on."

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  8. Yes as of today, this is still happening in Gala-Arunasalam (Toronto) team

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  9. Maybe you should check out World Wide Dream Builders. They're a pretty good organization that focuses on mentorship and the teaching of good practices using Amway as a vessel.

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