A frequent site visitor here named Levi runs a blog about why one might wish to consider a second income. However, he is either afraid, or his blog is pure propaganda. He deletes opposing viewpoints and opinions. Seems that many Amway apologists do not like comments that they view as "negative" on their blogs. I noticed that certain blogs that are run by some higher pins in the business are the same way. They will push their agendas and allow comments that fall into line with their though process, but put in a comment seen as negative. and the comment is not allowed or quickly deleted, even if the post is truthful. It seem that Amway supporters only enjoy their version of the truth. This information control by the pro-Amway camp is a bit troubling.
I can understand IBOs or supporters not allowing a profanity laced tirade, or an off topic rant, but relevent and respectful comments should not be deleted unless the blog author has something to hide or has a hidden agenda. Joecool's blog allows comments, even when they may be negative or opposite of Joecool's viewpoint. I noticed that even Amway corporate blogs will delete some truthful inforamtion, such as the bit of information I received from someone in Michigan that said Amway employees can purchase double x for around $10.00 to $12.00. If only IBOs would be open and truthful, maybe they would not have caused further damage to Amway's already interesting US repuatation.