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Old 05-04-2012, 09:43 AM
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Re: Amway: ‘How to Handle Negative Websites’

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MLM products are only meant for internal consumption. Usually it's only the IBOs buying the products for themselves and their families. And that's only for as long as they are involved in the MLM. Once they quit and lose money, they go back to buying products the normal way--from groceries, Wal-mart, and department stores.

Amway's toothpaste may be "okay", but it's not superior to every one of the other 78 toothpaste brands on the shelves at Walmart. When put to the test of product valuation, it fails. Thus, any business opportunity based around a failed product will fail in kind as well.
I completely agree..

Any fool who tries to build an 11 Billion dollar empire off of internal consumption of toothpaste deserves what they get..

Fortunately the average family of 4 spends over $750 on consumables every month of which Amway manufactures superior and cheaper options for..

Imagine that, building a Team where everyone on Team makes money, up to millions per year, off of money that is being spent ANYWAY...

Friggin brilliant...

NO NEED TO BE GOOD AT SALES or put any real effort into it at all.

Just a cursory mention to a neighbor,relative,friend about these Global Leading products turned into enough sales to satisfy the customer rule, the rest is $$ saved by not having to run down to Wal-Mart to buy inferior, often stale products,for same or more $. That is so much fun to do in the winter , bundling up 2 or 3 kids, driving through traffic, paying $5 / gallon for gas, trudge through aisles, stare at RedNecks, breath in everyone's germs, wrangle kids, stand in line, load bags into car, take cart back to store, slosh through puddles and snowbanks, drive home,unpack kids, unpack car, realize they mispacked and crushed some of my products, (repeat entire process if need be), and ultimately be disappointed whenever I consume /utilize the product due to it's lack of quality and earn a whopping ZERO dollar from it

OOOORRRRRRR

Determine my use up rates for consumable products

Set up a Ditto delivery that ensures a higher quality yet less expensive product shows up on my doorstep the day before I run out...of which there are too numerous to count and have been covered in other threads..

Products that are global leaders as determined by independant agencies and yet still offer a full 1/2 year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee that allows me to return it (for FREE) and get 100% of my $$ back for any reason

Multiple email notifications ahead of time for my conveience in case I want to add, remove, delete, or change the delivery of my order..

AAAAANNNNNDDDDDD

Every order is a tax deduction because it is from MY company

AAAAANNNNNDDDDD

I get paid for doing it as well as anyone else on my Team enjoying all the same benefits...

Yeah.... Who could ever see the value in that....

Toothpaste.... Yeah....you got this whole thing figured out..



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Old 05-04-2012, 10:04 AM
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I completely agree..
Any fool who tries to build an 11 Billion dollar empire off of internal consumption of toothpaste deserves what they get..
Fortunately the average family of 4 spends over $750 on consumables every month of which Amway manufactures superior and cheaper options for..
Imagine that, building a Team where everyone on Team makes money, up to millions per year, off of money that is being spent ANYWAY...
Friggin brilliant...
NO NEED TO BE GOOD AT SALES or put any real effort into it at all.
Just a cursory mention to a neighbor,relative,friend about these Global Leading products turned into enough sales to satisfy the customer rule, the rest is $$ saved by not having to run down to Wal-Mart to buy inferior, often stale products,for same or more $. That is so much fun to do in the winter , bundling up 2 or 3 kids, driving through traffic, paying $5 / gallon for gas, trudge through aisles, stare at RedNecks, breath in everyone's germs, wrangle kids, stand in line, load bags into car, take cart back to store, slosh through puddles and snowbanks, drive home,unpack kids, unpack car, realize they mispacked and crushed some of my products, (repeat entire process if need be), and ultimately be disappointed whenever I consume /utilize the product due to it's lack of quality and earn a whopping ZERO dollar from it
OOOORRRRRRR
Determine my use up rates for consumable products
Set up a Ditto delivery that ensures a higher quality yet less expensive product shows up on my doorstep the day before I run out...of which there are too numerous to count and have been covered in other threads..
Products that are global leaders as determined by independant agencies and yet still offer a full 1/2 year 100% Satisfaction Guarantee that allows me to return it (for FREE) and get 100% of my $$ back for any reason
Multiple email notifications ahead of time for my conveience in case I want to add, remove, delete, or change the delivery of my order..
AAAAANNNNNDDDDDD
Every order is a tax deduction because it is from MY company
AAAAANNNNNDDDDD
I get paid for doing it as well as anyone else on my Team enjoying all the same benefits...
Yeah.... Who could ever see the value in that....
Toothpaste.... Yeah....you got this whole thing figured out..
Instead of every line of nonsense that would be most easily torn apart in this post, I think I am just going to go with the most fun one.

You are taking your toothpaste consumption as a tax deduction?

I think that the IRS agents will enjoy smoking you far more than they would a fine Cuban cigar when they finally get around to you.

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Old 05-04-2012, 10:08 AM
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Instead of every line of nonsense that would be most easily torn apart in this post, I think I am just going to go with the most fun one.

You are taking your toothpaste consumption as a tax deduction?

I think that the IRS agents will enjoy smoking you far more than they would a fine Cuban cigar when they finally get around to you.

HAHAHAHAHAHA

What a great way of admitting defeat..


Yeah... I'll keep looking out the window for the Federal Agents to come knocking on my door because as a business owner I deduct the purchase and use of my products..

As an entity that is significantly profitable, this is embraced and encouraged by the IRS

Sounds like jealousy...

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Old 05-04-2012, 10:44 AM
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HAHAHAHAHAHA
What a great way of admitting defeat..
Yeah... I'll keep looking out the window for the Federal Agents to come knocking on my door because as a business owner I deduct the purchase and use of my products..
As an entity that is significantly profitable, this is embraced and encouraged by the IRS
Sounds like jealousy...
Sounds like ten years for tax fraud to me.

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Old 05-04-2012, 10:47 AM
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Sounds like ten years for tax fraud to me.

Remind me not to get my tax advice from forum bigots..

I think I will stick with my AMAZING CPA.... thanks though for your worthless input...

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Old 05-04-2012, 12:48 PM
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Fortunately the average family of 4 spends over $750 on consumables every month of which Amway manufactures superior and cheaper options for..
Amway manufactures fairly generic product and charges more for them than their competitors.

Wow....there you go. It's in text, it must be true. Well, actually studies have been done that do show amway charges more for less. but hey, you are selling to yourself, so you make more by overcharging yourself. Errrrr....uhhhhh.....
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Old 05-04-2012, 01:58 PM
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Amway manufactures fairly generic product and charges more for them than their competitors.

Wow....there you go. It's in text, it must be true. Well, actually studies have been done that do show amway charges more for less. but hey, you are selling to yourself, so you make more by overcharging yourself. Errrrr....uhhhhh.....
Nope..

compared dozens of products, some on threads right here..

Name Brand... Expensive and inferior
Amway Brand costs less, higher quality...and pays me $$$$

Easy as that..

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Old 05-04-2012, 02:52 PM
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Nope..

compared dozens of products, some on threads right here..

Name Brand... Expensive and inferior
Amway Brand costs less, higher quality...and pays me $$$$

Easy as that..
the only people out there claiming Amway products are price effective are people selling amway, like yourself. of course, actual comparisons, and actual price comparisons say just the opposite.
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Old 05-04-2012, 03:19 PM
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the only people out there claiming Amway products are price effective are people selling amway, like yourself. of course, actual comparisons, and actual price comparisons say just the opposite.

Ahhh... back to quoting angry blog posts with no real research yourself...

Well done...


unfortunately, when my bill and products come, all of them are cheaper and superior and I get paid on them and when anyone from my Team does the same...

But hey.... cute blog...

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Old 05-04-2012, 03:25 PM
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the only people out there claiming Amway products are price effective are people selling amway, like yourself. of course, actual comparisons, and actual price comparisons say just the opposite.

Here...

Not sure about formatting

But feel free to cut and paste it into another doc..

Then choke on in it in defeat......again


Amway vs Brand X SIZE
RETAIL
UNIT
PRICE IBO PRICE
UNITS
NEEDED
RETAIL
TOTAL
COST
IBO
TOTAL
COST
RETAIL
SAVINGS
IBO
SAVINGS
Classic Laundry Prewash Spray - 11-1281
(100 uses) 16.9 fl oz $9.45 $6.95 1 $9.45 $6.95 2.03 4.53
Shout Spot Treatment
(36 uses) 16 fl oz $4.59 2.5 $11.48
Dish Drops - sku 10-7889
(222 uses) 33.8 oz $8.85 $7.52 1 $8.85 $7.52 3.38 4.71
Ultra Dawn Liquid
(suggested use 1 capful or 1/2 oz) 24.0 oz $2.57 4.76 $12.23
Dish Drops Automatic dishwasher Detergent - sku 10-
7893
(46 loads) 50 oz $9.65 $8.20 1 $9.65 $8.20 2.66 4.11
Cascade
(15 loads) 45 oz $3.97 3.1 $12.31
Glister multi action flouride toothpaste- sku E-9530 6.75 oz $3.99 $3.39 1 $3.99 $3.39 0.86 1.46
Crest Multi care Whitenng Paste 6.2 oz $2.77 1.75 $4.85
SA-8 Bioquest - sku 10-7858
(150 loads ) 9.92 lbs $39.70 $33.75 1 $39.70 $33.75 (17.20) (11.25)

Tide
(80 loads) 7.06 lbs $11.97 1.88 $22.50
LOC All Purpose Cleaner - 10-7880 33.8 fl oz $11.40 $9.69 1 $11.40 $9.69 0.62 2.33
Lysol Kitchen Cleaner 22 0z $1.97 6.1 $12.02
LOC Plus Glass Cleaner - 10-7883 33.8 fl oz $11.40 $9.69 1 $11.40 $9.69 1.07 2.78
Windex 32 oz $2.97 4.2 $12.47
LOC Multi Purpose Cleaner -10-7876 33.8 oz $6.35 $5.40 1 $6.35 $5.40 2.05 3.00
Mr. Clean Anti-bacterial 40 oz $2.47 3.4 $8.40
SA-8 Delicate Detergent - 10-7867
(66 loads) 33.8 oz $14.95 $12.71 1 $14.95 $12.71 6.09 8.33
Woolite
(25 loads) 50 oz $7.97 2.64 $21.04
SA-8 Solutions Fabric Softener - 10-3896
(50 loads) 33.8 oz $7.60 $6.46 1 $7.60 $6.46 (2.35) (1.21)

Ultra Downey
(52 loads) 41 oz $5.47 0.96 $5.25
All Fabric Bleach - 10-7873
(40 loads) 2.6 lbs $8.45 $7.18 1 $8.45 $7.18 0.23 1.50
Clorox All Fabric
(20 loads) 3.07 lbs $4.34 2 $8.68
Glister Rinse - E-9529
(100 rinses) 2 oz $6.99 $5.94 1 $6.99 $5.94 4.35 5.40
Scope 33.8 oz $3.78 3 $11.34
Plastic Wrap - Z6295
(1200 sq ft) 1200 sq ft $21.00 $19.32 1 $21.00 $19.32 1.32 3.00

Saran Plastic Wrap
(100 sq ft) 100 sq ft $1.86 12 $22.32
Pursue Liquid Bowl Cleaner - EE-0222
(24 uses) 24 oz $5.10 $4.34 1 $5.10 $4.34 2.78 3.54
Lysol Bowl Cleaner
(6 uses) 24 oz $1.97 4 $7.88
Anti-Bacterial Hand Soap - E-2171
(450 uses) 8.45 oz $3.99 $3.39 1 $3.99 $3.39 2.27 2.87
Dial Anti-Bacterial Hand Soap 7.5 oz $1.84 3.4 $6.26
LOC Plus Bathroom Cleaner - 10-7886 33.8 oz $11.40 $9.69 1 $11.40 $9.69 6.66 8.37
Scrubbin Bubbles 22 oz $2.96 6.1 $18.06
Storage Bags - Quart 601682 300 bags $20.04 $18.36 1 $20.04 $18.36 1.44 3.12
Ziploc - Quart 50 bags $3.58 6 $21.48
Trash Bags (13 gal draw-string) - 601463 200 bags $17.99 $16.55 1 $17.99 $16.55 13.00 14.44
Hefty Bags (13 gal ) 45 bags $6.98 4.44 $30.99
Asprin Free Pain Reliver - 74-7295 500 tabs $13.09 $12.04 1 $13.09 $12.04 30.31 31.36
Tylenol Extra Strength 100 tabs $8.68 5 $43.40
Toilet Tissue - 3 ply - 74-7246
(48 rolls) 200 sheets $36.96 $34.00 1 $36.96 $34.00 (1.59) 1.37
Charmin Ultra - 2 ply
(12 rolls) 176 sheet $7.86 4.5 $35.37
Meadowbrook Paper Towels 71-9736
(24 rolls) 90 sheets $48.00 $44.16 1 $48.00 $44.16 1.94 5.78
Bounty Paper Towels
(8 roll) 48 sheets $8.87 5.63 $49.94
Trash Bags (39 gal) 601460 70 bags $17.99 $16.55 1 $17.99 $16.55 9.16 10.60
Hefty Bags (39 gal) 18 bags $6.98 3.89 $27.15
Legacy of Clean Trizyme Detergent Booster
(33 loads) 2.6 lbs $8.45 $7.18 1 $8.45 $7.18 5.29 6.56
Oxyclean Detergent Booster
(24 loads) 6 lbs $9.96 1.38 $13.74

RETAIL $ SAVINGS %
LOOK AT THE SAVINGS !
WALMART $419.16
AMWAY $342.79
$76.37 18.22%

PLUS S/H $372.74
$46.42 11.07%

IBO $ $302.46
$116.70 27.84%

PLUS S/H $332.41
$86.75 20.70%


NOTE: Survey conducted April 2011 in San Diego County California


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Old 05-04-2012, 03:27 PM
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the only people out there claiming Amway products are price effective are people selling amway, like yourself. of course, actual comparisons, and actual price comparisons say just the opposite.
And from target

Amway vs Brand X SIZE
RETAIL
UNIT
PRICE
IBO
PRICE
UNITS
NEEDED
RETAIL
TOTAL
COST
IBO
TOTAL
COST
RETAIL
SAVINGS
IBO
SAVINGS
Classic Laundry Prewash Spray - 11-1281
(100 uses) 16.9 fl oz $9.45 $6.95 1 $9.45 $6.95 (0.81) 1.69
Shout Spot Treatment
(36 uses) 22 fl oz $3.89 2.22 $8.64
Dish Drops - sku 10-7889
(222 uses) 33.8 oz $8.85 $7.52 1 $8.85 $7.52 3.00 4.33
Ultra Dawn Liquid
(suggested use 1 capful or 1/2
oz)
24.0 oz $2.49 4.76 $11.85
Dish Drops Automatic dishwasher Detergent - sku 10-
7893
(46 loads) 50 oz $9.65 $8.20 1 $9.65 $8.20 2.02 3.47
Cascade
(15 loads) 75 oz $6.34 1.84 $11.67
Glister multi action flouride toothpaste- sku E-9530 6.75 oz $3.99 $3.39 1 $3.99 $3.39 2.12 2.72
Crest Multi care Whitenng Paste 7.8 oz $3.49 1.75 $6.11
SA-8 Bioquest - sku 10-7858
(150 loads ) 9.92 lbs $39.70 $33.75 1 $39.70 $33.75 (22.21) (16.26)

Tide
(80 loads) 7.06 lbs $13.99 1.25 $17.49
LOC All Purpose Cleaner - 10-7880 33.8 fl oz $11.40 $9.69 1 $11.40 $9.69 0.74 2.45
Lysol Kitchen Cleaner 22 0z $1.99 6.1 $12.14
LOC Plus Glass Cleaner - 10-7883 33.8 fl oz $11.40 $9.69 1 $11.40 $9.69 1.16 2.87
Windex 32 oz $2.99 4.2 $12.56
LOC Multi Purpose Cleaner -10-7876 33.8 oz $6.35 $5.40 1 $6.35 $5.40 2.12 3.07
Mr. Clean Anti-bacterial 40 oz $2.49 3.4 $8.47
SA-8 Delicate Detergent - 10-7867
(66 loads) 33.8 oz $14.95 $12.71 1 $14.95 $12.71 6.14 8.38
Woolite
(25 loads) 50 oz $7.99 2.64 $21.09
SA-8 Solutions Fabric Softener - 10-3896
(50 loads) 33.8 oz $7.60 $6.46 1 $7.60 $6.46 0.31 1.45
Ultra Downey
(52 loads) 41 oz $5.49 1.44 $7.91
All Fabric Bleach - 10-7873
(40 loads) 2.6 lbs $8.45 $7.18 1 $8.45 $7.18 (8.45) (7.18)

$0.00
Glister Rinse - E-9529
(100 rinses) 2 oz $6.99 $5.94 1 $6.99 $5.94 4.38 5.43
Scope 33.8 oz $3.79 3 $11.37
Plastic Wrap - Z6295
(1200 sq ft) 1200 sq ft $21.00 $19.32 1 $21.00 $19.32 (9.64) (7.96)

Glad Plastic Wrap (300 sq ft) 300 sq ft $2.84 4 $11.36
Pursue Liquid Bowl Cleaner - EE-0222
(24 uses) 24 oz $5.10 $4.34 1 $5.10 $4.34 2.46 3.22
Lysol Bowl Cleaner
(6 uses) 24 oz $1.89 4 $7.56
Anti-Bacterial Hand Soap - E-2171
(450 uses) 8.45 oz $3.99 $3.39 1 $3.99 $3.39 2.44 3.04
Soft Soap Anti-Bacterial Hand Soap 7.5 oz $1.89 3.4 $6.43
LOC Plus Bathroom Cleaner - 10-7886 33.8 oz $11.40 $9.69 1 $11.40 $9.69 3.79 5.50
Scrubbin Bubbles 22 oz $2.49 6.1 $15.19
Storage Bags - Quart 601682 300 bags $20.04 $18.36 1 $20.04 $18.36 2.39 4.07
Ziploc - Quart 40 bags $2.99 7.5 $22.43
Trash Bags (13 gal draw-string) - 601463 200 bags $17.99 $16.55 1 $17.99 $16.55 10.36 11.80
Hefty Bags (13 gal ) 88 bags $12.49 2.27 $28.35
Asprin Free Pain Reliver - 74-7295 500 tabs $13.09 $12.04 1 $13.09 $12.04 46.81 47.86
Tylenol Extra Strength 50 tabs $5.99 10 $59.90
Toilet Tissue - 3 ply - 74-7246
(48 rolls) 200 sheets $36.96 $34.00 1 $36.96 $34.00 (5.20) (2.24)

Charmin Ultra - 2 ply
(12 rolls) 352 sheet $13.99 2.27 $31.76
Meadowbrook Paper Towels 71-9736
(24 rolls) 90 sheets $48.00 $44.16 1 $48.00 $44.16 (1.72) 2.12
Viva Paper Towels
(8 roll) 70 sheets $11.99 3.86 $46.28
Trash Bags (39 gal) 601460 70 bags $17.99 $16.55 1 $17.99 $16.55 8.23 9.67
Hefty Bags (39 gal) 20 bags $7.49 3.5 $26.22
Legacy of Clean Trizyme Detergent Booster
(33 loads) 2.6 lbs $8.45 $7.18 1 $8.45 $7.18 5.27 6.54
Oxyclean Detergent Booster
(24 loads) 6 lbs $9.94 1.38 $13.72

RETAIL $ SAVINGS %
LOOK AT THE SAVINGS !
TARGET $398.46
AMWAY $342.79
$55.67 13.97%

PLUS S/H $372.74
$25.72 6.46%

IBO $ $302.46
$96.00 24.09%

PLUS S/H $332.41
$66.05 16.58%


NOTE: Survey conducted April 2011 San Diego County California


Man you must hate facts!!

and losing

and being broke

and lying

and being wrong

keep it up though.... it's amusing





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Old 05-04-2012, 03:31 PM
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And from target
you couldn't actually format and label that, could you?


234. 23.4 23.324 .234. 23.3. 32. 234.. 432534. 5643. 432. 435. 546. 754. 532. 352. 7543 .

there, i proved you wrong (using your standards).

btw, I'm not broke. I'm net interest debt free (meaning the only debt I carry charges less in interest than my interest bearing accounts pay me) and have a six figure salary. sorry to burst your bubble, bubble boy.
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Old 05-04-2012, 04:02 PM
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you couldn't actually format and label that, could you?


234. 23.4 23.324 .234. 23.3. 32. 234.. 432534. 5643. 432. 435. 546. 754. 532. 352. 7543 .

there, i proved you wrong (using your standards).

btw, I'm not broke. I'm net interest debt free (meaning the only debt I carry charges less in interest than my interest bearing accounts pay me) and have a six figure salary. sorry to burst your bubble, bubble boy.

Not my job to format... knock yourself out...

I'm sure all you state is true... as much as all the other blogs you cite...and about as credible...

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Old 05-04-2012, 04:10 PM
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you couldn't actually format and label that, could you?


234. 23.4 23.324 .234. 23.3. 32. 234.. 432534. 5643. 432. 435. 546. 754. 532. 352. 7543 .

there, i proved you wrong (using your standards).

btw, I'm not broke. I'm net interest debt free (meaning the only debt I carry charges less in interest than my interest bearing accounts pay me) and have a six figure salary. sorry to burst your bubble, bubble boy.

See if this works for you

http://www.n21.com/websiteusers/n21a...sonWalMart.pdf
http://www.n21.com/websiteusers/n21a...isonTarget.pdf

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Old 05-04-2012, 04:50 PM
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Cool!

A bunch of data from an Amway promotional site. I guess we should believe this as if there was no reason to question the source.

Right?

Is this where you have been getting all of your "facts"? It sure looks like it.

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Old 05-04-2012, 05:06 PM
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Much better. Thanks. I pulled up my local grocery store's weekly specials and surprisingly, I can get the exact same items much cheaper (and I shop at Harris Teeter, a higher end grocery store in the southeast).

Bounty.. your page lists at 8.87 for 8 rolls, my local store (no shipping or fee to join to get a discount) has them for 6.99 (22% less than your site lists)

lysol toilet cleaner....$1.97 on your site, $2.79 at mine, but it's buy one get one free, so $1.39 (20% than your site lists).

chramin ultra.... $7.89, local store...$5.99.

so yeah, if you compare to higher than available prices.....sure. Compare to prices you can get locally, even at a high end grocery store....changes things a bit.

imagine if i compared to a cheaper store.....and used coupons.

but hey, at least you can make money by overcharging people....
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Yeah... I'll keep looking out the window for the Federal Agents to come knocking on my door because as a business owner I deduct the purchase and use of my products..
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Much better. Thanks. I pulled up my local grocery store's weekly specials and surprisingly, I can get the exact same items much cheaper (and I shop at Harris Teeter, a higher end grocery store in the southeast).

Bounty.. your page lists at 8.87 for 8 rolls, my local store (no shipping or fee to join to get a discount) has them for 6.99 (22% less than your site lists)

lysol toilet cleaner....$1.97 on your site, $2.79 at mine, but it's buy one get one free, so $1.39 (20% than your site lists).

chramin ultra.... $7.89, local store...$5.99.

so yeah, if you compare to higher than available prices.....sure. Compare to prices you can get locally, even at a high end grocery store....changes things a bit.

imagine if i compared to a cheaper store.....and used coupons.

but hey, at least you can make money by overcharging people....
Weird huh, at my local cheap stores Amway products are even more competitive and I am saving/making more $.

Maybe you should move...

Ill just keep making real money.... Must be killing you!!


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