Sunday, January 10, 2010

Lennon Ledbetter Comment

Tex's Amway Global Blog received a comment that went straight to the "Moderate" file. It can not be published and must be rejected for a variety of reasons. The comment was submitted on the blog entry, Is Lennon Ledbetter 2-Timing Amway.

The comment is from an Anonymous woman who relates a story regarding a date with Amway-affiliated Independent Business Owner, Lennon Ledbetter. The comment states that a date was set up between the comment author and Lennon Ledbetter through a somewhat-known millionaire matchmaker.

Ledbetter is accused of a variety of alleged acts that end with an alleged auto accident and Ledbetter only speaking through his attorney and the commenter wishing for harm against Lennon Ledbetter.

Regretfully, Tex's Amway Global Blog must reject this comment and its revealing details because no links to any sources confirming the story are given as well as the author being Anonymous and taking no responsibility for publishing what could be slanderous or libelous statements of the alleged incident.

Tex's Amway Global Blog requests that said Anonymous Commenter handle this incident through proper legal channels.

5 comments:

Tex said...

Dave,

That wouldn't be slander or libel directed to either one of us. I say publish it, the more we know about another LCK the better.

Tex said...

Regina,

As one of several dozens of others reported to Amway over the past few months, did you know it is against the Amway Rules to advertise on Craigslist? (http://newyork.craigslist.org/que/hab/1546324888.html)

Amway is a scam, and here's why: Amway wants to pay out as little money as they can get away with, so they support the higher level IBOs ripping off their downline via the tool scam. As a result, about 99% of IBOs operate at a net loss, while the top 1% make several TIMES more from their Amway tool scam than from the Amway products. Read about it on my blog, I suggest you start here: http://tiny.cc/D5oJh and forward the information to everyone you know, so they don't get scammed. Don't expect Amway to care about this tool scam, they have been actively supporting this activity for several decades.

If you want more details, set up a call: http://texsquixtarblog.blogspot.com/2009/01/talk-to-tex.html

I encourage you to join the movement to shut down the tool scam and forward the tool scam information to everyone you know, and signing/forwarding this online petition: http://www.pyramidschemealert.org/ConsumerPetition.php

Regards,
Tex

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Here's a new update from http://amwaytalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=982&sid=0cb1f80ca361e450326757d2b74833c0&start=430 Re: Lennon Ledbetter leaves Amway? No he doesn't ...Yes he d
by blackstone » Mon Sep 20, 2010 2:26 am

I know this post is a little old but after reading some crazy things about Lennon I had to respond.

1 - Lennon did not make 800k per month in Amway. I was there. I know how much was made from tools, and how much was made from Amway products. I asked him personally. He made a very nice 6 figure annual income from Amway. He made a crazy huge 7 figure annual income from tools and functions. To give you an idea of the markup - he used to use a video tape called the Buzz - it sold online from the manufacturer for $9 per single tape. Lennon sold them for $22. If you bought by the case they were as low at $3 per tape.

2 - He was not mentored by the two founders. He was a nobody in Utah then Arizonia. He was taught by his upline diamonds who where the first people to go diamond in 3 years, and double in 4 years. Dexter didn't know who he was until he was double diamond. It was at this time that the tool income he so desperately needed was offered to him. It was so lucrative that he discarded the relationship with his upline (excluding his parents).

3 - Lennon may have been offered money from some MLM companies to come be a distributor. But I know for a fact that Lennon approached at least 2 other companies and was shown the door as they did not want his baggage, nor his business practices.

4 - His mansion that he put on the market last year is being sold at a loss. The last I checked he was deep in debt on it and had no offers. Simply put - he could not afford it.

5 - His loyalty and morals are questionable at best - just ask his ex-wife.

6 - The Xango owners have a questionable past, in my opinion, and I do not expect this to be the last MLM Lennon finds himself with.
blackstone

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