Amway/Quixtar critic Scott Larsen caught falsely defaming yet another Amway Diamond

I was working on some articles for AmwayWiki when I came across a page on Scott Larsen’s Amquix site about New Zealand Diamond Dave Bradley. Headlined under HAHOO Fake News by Amway Parody Press (obviously in a desperate attempt to provide legal defence if he is wrong) Larsen wrote the following article, where he clearly alleges Dave Bradley is lying about his association with Manchester United. (click the image for full PDF version)

Scott Larsen article about Dave Bradley

While Larsen is trying to claim this is ""parody", he clearly links to a real "Profiles of Success" article about Dave Bradley, a real Amway Diamond, he includes Dave Bradley’s real photo, and he includes information and a picture about a real book about the real football club, Manchester United.

Clearly this is not legitimate "parody" and just as clearly, if the allegations are untrue, Larsen is guilty of libeldirectly and publicly accusing Dave Bradley of lying about his association with Manchester United.

Well, I did a little googling, and guess what I found. This page about Dave Bradley on the Doncaster Rovers official website.

The page clearly states the Rovers purchased Dave Bradley from Manchester United, where he had been a player from 1975 to 1977.

Last week we caught Scott Larsen making a fool of himself and unable to read the content of his own website and accusing Amway of "spinning" (ie lying) about what his website said – when it said exactly what they claimed.

Earlier Larsen has been caught lying about Crown Direct Jody Victor, fudging articles about Founders Crown Ambassador Dexter Yager income, and deliberately leaving out information in a Wall Street Journal article on Japan’s Double Crown Ambassador Kaoru Nakajima in order to deceive, and last year. I caught him lying about what an illegal pyramid is. And this is to say nothing of the misleading "analysis" he presents on his website.

Yet every day, thousands of potential Amway IBOs around the world google Amway, come across his website, and believe what he is saying. He is a disgrace.

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Amway/Quixtar critic Scott Larsen caught falsely defaming yet another Amway Diamond

I was working on some articles for AmwayWiki when I came across a page on Scott Larsen’s Amquix site about New Zealand Diamond Dave Bradley. Headlined under HAHOO Fake News by Amway Parody Press (obviously in a desperate attempt to provide legal defence if he is wrong) Larsen wrote the following article, where he clearly alleges Dave Bradley is lying about his association with Manchester United. (click the image for full PDF version)

Scott Larsen article about Dave Bradley

While Larsen is trying to claim this is ""parody", he clearly links to a real "Profiles of Success" article about Dave Bradley, a real Amway Diamond, he includes Dave Bradley’s real photo, and he includes information and a picture about a real book about the real football club, Manchester United.

Clearly this is not legitimate "parody" and just as clearly, if the allegations are untrue, Larsen is guilty of libeldirectly and publicly accusing Dave Bradley of lying about his association with Manchester United.

Well, I did a little googling, and guess what I found. This page about Dave Bradley on the Doncaster Rovers official website.

The page clearly states the Rovers purchased Dave Bradley from Manchester United, where he had been a player from 1975 to 1977.

Last week we caught Scott Larsen making a fool of himself and unable to read the content of his own website and accusing Amway of "spinning" (ie lying) about what his website said – when it said exactly what they claimed.

Earlier Larsen has been caught lying about Crown Direct Jody Victor, fudging articles about Founders Crown Ambassador Dexter Yager income, and deliberately leaving out information in a Wall Street Journal article on Japan’s Double Crown Ambassador Kaoru Nakajima in order to deceive, and last year. I caught him lying about what an illegal pyramid is. And this is to say nothing of the misleading "analysis" he presents on his website.

Yet every day, thousands of potential Amway IBOs around the world google Amway, come across his website, and believe what he is saying. He is a disgrace.

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2 thoughts on “Amway/Quixtar critic Scott Larsen caught falsely defaming yet another Amway Diamond”

  1. Unfortunately Kevin, you’re only partially correct. Larsen’s site still ranks highly on searches for “Amway”” which is searched far more often than “Amway Global”, even in the North American market.

  2. I have emailed back and forth with Scott Larsen over the last 2 years and the guy is completely dilusional about the hate blog he runs. The simple fact is that he was in the business for 9 months and quit. And now he has dedicated his life to slandering IBO’s and the business simply to defend his position to quit the business over 13 years ago. Once the name “Quixtar” is out of the picture and we’re running the Amway Global name exclusively he will be off the search engines. Good bye Scott.
    http://www.thetruthaboutamway.com/

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