|Grinning 'Xango' racketeer , Joe Morton|
Predictably, when faced with exposure on the Net., the grinning bosses of the 'Amway' copy-cat 'MLM income opportunity' racket most-commonly referred to as 'Xango,' have attempted to maintain their monopoly of information by sending a communication - signed by Joe Morton - to their adherents. Since this document is obviously an attempt to prevent deluded victims of a blame-the-victim fraud from facing reality and complaining to law enforcement agents, it is, therefore, also an attempt to obstruct justice and, as such, it clearly forms part of an overall pattern of ongoing major racketeering activity (as defined by the US federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act , 1970)
In brief, the 'Xango' racketeers are now playing the tedious, and unoriginal, role of innocent victims under attack. However, Joe Morton's Orwellian propaganda contains the following, foolish admission.
'There are hundreds of start-ups every year in our (MLM) industry. Few make it beyond the first year. Less make it to five years. An elite number make it to a decade. XANGO has reached 10 years in business as a high-profile company by empowering leaders to grow and succeed.'
In reality, millions of ill-informed individuals around the world have been , and continue to be, deceived by numerous gangs of 'MLM income opportunity' racketeers. Since the instigation of the 'Amway' racket in the late 1950s, all of these essentially-identical dissimulated closed-market swindles, and related advance fee frauds, have been hiding effectively 100%, overall loss-rates for all their constantly-churning participants. The insignificant minority of apparently 'successful MLM leaders,' have been schills.
Courageous 'Amway' whistle-blower, Eric Scheibeler, spent 10 years living the scripted 'MLM' lie. At the height of his reality-denying activity, Eric had approximately 2000 individuals beneath him in the 'Amway' pyramid, but more than 50% were being replaced annually. Only a deluded minority continued to believe that Eric was a typical millionaire 'MLM' success-story. When he finally confronted external reality and got out of 'Amway,' Eric Scheibeler had lost approximately $100 000. He was, in fact, destitute and suicidal.
|'Xango' $40 per bottle wampum|
As ever, I publicly-challenge Joe Morton and his criminal associates to produce quantifiable evidence (in the form of audited accounts; particularly, income- tax payment receipts) to prove that a significant number of 'Xango' participants have generated an overall net-income lawfully by regularly retailing the over-priced 'Xango' wampum to the general public for a profit.
|The grinning bosses of the 'Xango' racket|
Elementary common-sense reveals the 'Xango' wampum to be nothing more than latter-day snake oil. Consequently, it has been effectively-unsaleable on the open-market. Self-evidently, the only real function of the 'Xango' wampum, has been to launder unlawful payments in a closed-market swindle or pyramid scam based on the crack-pot pseudo-economic theory that endless chain recruitment + endless payments by the recruits = endless profits for the recruits.
In the adult world of quantifiable reality, the organization known as 'Xango' is an 'Amway' copy-cat. i.e. 'Xango' is the reality-inverting label slapped over the entrance to yet another self-perpetuating 'MLM Prosperity Gospel' cult.
'Xango' was instigated, and is run, by a gang of exceedingly-greedy, but otherwise-mediocre, little racketeers from Utah. These narcissistic parasites have begun to grow rich by peddling an unoriginal lie whilst steadfastly pretending moral and intellectual authority. The authenticity of the 'Xango' lie is currently being challenged all over the Internet. However, exactly like the billionaire bosses of the 'Amway' mob, the bosses of the 'Xango' mob have posed as religiously-inspired philanthropists - poor little victims under attack.
'MLM business opportunity' fraud is undoubtedly a form of ongoing, major organized crime spawned in the USA. It should never have been left to ill-informed, and/or corrupt, American regulators to deal with this internal threat to democracy and the rule of law.