The Amway Corporation
Amway's official home page on the Internet. Note that this is a "corporate" site- you will find plenty of information about the corporation, but little information about building an Amway business.
InterNet Services Home Page
This is the main web site for Dexter Yager's corporation- the one that creates and publishes the Business Support Materials (which include everything from audio tapes to marketing literature). You will need a user name and password to get beyond the first page and actually see any information on this site. However, click the links on the bottom of the page to see related information.
Amway Statement About Subpoenas, Sidney Schwartz, and P&G (page has been removed)
Amway's justifications behind issuing subpoenas. Since they are the plaintiffs in the case, why do they feel the need to justify their actions?
Amway Statements on Free Speech, on the Internet, and on Sidney Schwartz and P&G
Amway's Corporate position on Free Speech, the Internet, and its critics. (This is actually an entire page talking about how Amway believes in free speech, but that Sidney Schwartz has no right saying the things he says. In other words, Amway believes people have the right to say whatever they wish as long as they don't say anything negative about Amway. Since the page contradicted itself, Amway removed it from their site without explanation. I have, however, "recovered" a copy and have posted it here.)
The "new" Amway- Quixtar. Also on their site: Quixtar's Response to Dateline NBC.
MLM Survivor's Homepage
This site is devoted to educating the public about numerous MLM businesses, including: Amway, Equinox, Excel, Herbalife, Melaleuca, and others. Personal stories and experiences from readers are included.
MLM Survivors Club
Hosted on Yahoo, this is a forum where people can read messages from other 'MLM Survivors' and post their own questions and responses to MLM's.
Freedom of Mind's page on Amway/ Quixtar
The Freedom of Mind people have created a page specifically for AMO's and Quixtar. (Does this mean that AMO's are being recognized by the "professional community" as a "cult"?)
Steven Hassan/ "Freedom of Mind", intervention specialist
This is a site for people to learn first-hand about cults from a professional psychologist who specializes in this area. If you have questions about cults, this site should provide some answers.
New: Steven Hassan has finished his second book, Releasing The Bonds: Empowering People To Think For Themselves, which is now available on the Freedom of Mind website. I have read it and highly recommend it.
Cult allegations against Amway
A number of articles (some reprinted from newspapers) about the cult-like aspects of the Amway business.