Zheng Wei Liang & Luo Bin – Amway Top Earners
Zheng Wei Liang was in Australia studying hotel management when he was introduced to Amway International. He saw how this direct sales company could change the lives of people who wanted financial and time freedom. Zheng (Andy) knew it wouldn’t be easy, but it would be well worth the effort.
He heard many motivational stories while attending meetings, and his confidence grew. In 1995, Zheng returned to China when he learned that Amway was going to enter the Chinese market. It took six years for him to build his home-based business.
Fast forward 18 years later; Zheng & his wife Luo (Wendy) are living the lifestyle that they have always dreamed about that to Amway Global. However, the most important part of working in the network marketing business is that they have become better individuals who are ready to assist others in having a fulfilled life as well.
Luo Bin joined Amway 12 years ago. Before enrolling, she had been on a rollercoaster ride with many traditional business positions. By her own admission, she was an introvert, but after signing up with Amway, she has blossomed into her own person. One wonderful memory for Zheng and Luo is when founder Rich DeVos visited China for the first time to rally the troops. DeVos told his distributors in China that as long as they were willing to work with Amway, they would always have a career.
Touched by his kind words, Zheng, Luo, and the rest of the distributors gain newfound vitality and set new goals. Today, the values set by the founders of Amway have been the foundation for the setting up of markets around the world. Zheng & Luo is just one of the many couples who lives have been transformed by the business opportunity and remarkable products created by Amway.
Zheng is a knowledgeable MLM trainer who loves to read. Therefore, when he travels to seminars and training events, he brings his books with him. As a member of the Founders Council, he believes his position is to not only grow his business, but also train people on how to be effective multilevel leaders. Zheng believes that India is prime for Amway. It is no wonder that Zheng & Luo set up a business in India. It has become their mission to
help ordinary people with dreams succeed in the Indian market.
Well, it seems that Zheng Wei Liang & Luo Bin have found their calling with Amway. They currently make $100,000.00 per year in residual income, and they are top MLM earners in the world, as well as with Amway. They have joined the ranks of the others around the world who have become top earners with Amway, including Chan Koon Tin & Teh Chai Foong and the late Bill Britt from Amway USA.
I have written so much on Amway, one of the oldest multilevel marketing companies in the relationship marketing industry. Independent distributors don’t feel like Amway is a company; it is more like a community. For more than 50 years, and with more than three million associates, Amway has been assisting people with becoming entrepreneurs. The reason why so many folks sign up with Amway is because of the rich traditions and legacy the company brings to the forefront.
Moreover, Amway is a global community with markets in more than 100 countries and territories. In 2010, Amway paid out more bonuses than any other MLM company in the industry. With your home-based business, you earn commission from retail sales and the retail sales of your team members. Amway lets you earn money from: retail profits, performance bonuses, monthly/yearly leadership bonuses, and other great incentives.
To get you going as an independent distributor, you have access to: product-specific training, business education, self-improvement training, and mentoring programs. You also have access to the knowledgeable and experienced Amway business owners who are with you every step of the way. At Amway, you never feel alone.
To further assist independent distributors, there is the Independent Business Owners Association International (IBOAI). This organization is the primary advocacy group for independent distributors in North America. It advises Amway on everything from products and promotions to business guidelines and operations. Amway and IBOAI work closely together to make the positive changes necessary to keep the business at the top of its game.
Simply put, Amway has everything you need. Whether you want an energy fruit drink in guava and mango (Yum!) to a new set of non-stick cookware, Amway has a product for you. This is probably the reason why so Amway home-based businesses are so successful.
Personal care includes body washes, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, men’s care, and makeup kits. I know that when someone has something new, especially makeup in pretty colors and hues, I will buy something even though I don’t need it.
Amway does its part to give back to the community. It hosts a global volunteer day, in which Amway associates help children around the world. For more than 10 years, Amway distributors and employees have helped to transform the lives of more than 10 million children through the Amway One by One Campaign for Children.
Being this successful for so long in the direct selling industry, you know that Amway hasn’t existed this long without any controversy. Unfortunately, over the years, it has been accused a few times of running an illegal pyramid scheme. In 2010, Amway did pay $56 million in a 2007 class-action suit alleging that the company and some of the top leaders operated a pyramid scam.
The lawsuit went on to say that Amway used unfair and illegal business practices, misleading distributors about their potential money making opportunities and how much it would cost to enroll with this MLM business. The settlement isn’t an admission of guilt. Rather, Amway decided it would perform some business reforms.
In 2014, Amway found itself in court, yet again. Two top distributors, who are from Taiwan and started a market in the US, are accused of misleading people in the Chinese communities in the US with claims of enormous profits. Amway and these two are also accused of false advertising, fraud, unfair competition, and negligent representation.