No. Amway Business Owners make money from the sale of our products. Simply put, if no product is sold, nobody makes any money.
On each product sold, we set aside a portion of the product cost as “bonus” (sales commission). This is shared by Amway Business Owners who work together in sales groups according to their contract with Amway. That said, any sales leader would tell you that to build a big sales business, you want as many points of sale as you can manage and support.
Like any sales organization, the more people selling, generally, the more volume you can drive. This is why big retailers are always trying to set up new stores. The more points of sale, the more customers you can reach.
+What does Amway sell?
Amway offers more than 450 products through our family of brands, including NUTRILITE™, ARTISTRY™, eSPRING™, LEGACY OF CLEAN™, and ATMOSPHERE™.
+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.
+Can you make money with Amway?
Yes, people around the world earn additional income through their Amway business. In fact, Amway has paid more than $61 billion in bonuses and incentives to its distributors (Amway Business Owners) since the company’s founding in 1959.