Yeap its good to join...but much better not to join...
once u join the group, u will also start doing the same thing...trying to find a custmore everywhere u go, malls, sabji mandi, liberary, pubs, bars, toilets etc etc..
they make others sick of them...
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In the 1979 In re. Amway Corp. (93 F.T.C. 618) ruling, the Federal Trade Commission found that Amway does not qualify as an illegal pyramid scheme since the main aim of the enterprise is the sale of product and money is paid only for business volume, personal and group. It did, however, order Amway to change several business practices and prohibited the company from misrepresenting the amount of profit, earnings or sales its distributors are likely to achieve. Amway was ordered to accompany any such statements with the actual averages per distributor, pointing out that more than half of the distributors do not make any money, with the average distributor making less than $100 per month. The order was violated with a 1986 ad campaign, resulting in a $100,000 fine.
Amway (and its American online incarnation, Quixtar) have been controversial due to allegations that these companies are pyramid schemes or cults, despite the 1979 FTC ruling (93 F.T.C. 618 (1979)) that legitimized