I’m thinking about blocking my friend’s number and his “mentor’s” too, he keeps getting me to try and join Amway mentorship ?
I’m not sure if this is the ethically or morally right thing to do, he is a good friend.. but brainwashed completely. It seems like everytime we chat, he talks about how his mentor’s mentor retired at 30 and working the 9-5 is a set up, etc, etc. At first, before I had ever heard of Amway I was curious and started the process, now I’m nearing the end of their “screening” and they’re wanting money. They waited until the end to mention Amway and a quick google search yielded only negative reviews. I’m at a point of just blocking numbers, I did not meet this friend until after he started the amway process and was knee deep in it, so I assume him being my friend is largely just a recruitment process.
- ?Lv 52 months agoFavourite answer
Don't worry about seeming rude. Amway is one of the biggest MLM scams out there. Go ahead and block them.
- aLv 42 months ago
Yes, acting *as if* he wanted to be your friend is part of the process. They don't call it Scamway for nothing.
- Anonymous2 months ago
you do have a mouth , you only got to say your not interested , its as simple as that troll .
- JudyLv 72 months ago
Be up front and tell them you just aren't interested. If they won't back off, block them.
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- Diane ALv 72 months ago
there is nothing ethically or morally involved here at all, you simply are not interested, its your decision and they are not respecting it, so block.
- griggleLv 72 months ago
Block everyone involved. Save yourself the aggravation.