Amway charges an annual registration fee to cover expenses on resources the company provides to help you effectively run your business.
These resources include setting up your virtual office, providing online and offline training materials, product and marketing materials, customer service, and mobile business management tools.
The startup cost for Amway Business Owners is less than $100 annually in every country where Amway operates and is fully refundable within 60-180 days if a person decides Amway isn’t for them.
Compare this to the cost of starting any other kind of business and Amway’s registration fees are minimal and low risk.
+Is Amway a pyramid scheme?
No, Amway is not a pyramid scheme. Unfortunately, a lack of understanding and misperceptions, especially on social media, can incorrectly put this label on direct selling or multi-level marketing companies, like Amway.
+What is direct selling?
Direct selling refers to selling products directly to the consumer in a non-retail environment. Direct selling allows a person to start a business with little overhead costs and with no experience required.
+How do you make money with Amway?
Amway Business Owners (ABOs) make money when their customers buy Amway products and others in their organization sell products.
+Why do I have to buy Amway products through a Distributor?
Amway products can only be purchased through a distributor to ensure quality products are being delivered and customer demands are being met. The Amway business model is built on the personal service and thoughtful product recommendations you get from an Amway Business Owner who knows the products and their benefits.
+What can I do if I want to quit the Amway business?
The specific processes for this may differ by country/market, but in most cases it is as simple as calling a customer service number or providing an email or similar notice to the Amway offices in your market. Another option is to simply not renew at the end of the year and let their registration terminate.