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Amway North America (formerly known as Quixtar North America) is an American worldwide multi-level marketing company, founded 1959 in Ada, Michigan, United States. It is privately owned by the families of Richard DeVos and Jay Van Andel through Alticor which is the holding company for businesses including Amway, Amway Global, Fulton Innovation, Amway Hotel Corporation, Hatteras Yachts, and manufacturing and logistics company Access Business Group. After the launch of Amway Global (originally operating under the name Quixtar), it replaced the Amway business in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean, with the Amway business continuing to operate in other countries around the world. On May 1, 2009, Quixtar made the name change to Amway Global and fused the various different entities of the parent company.

A disappointed customer shared this on Consumer Affairs "I have worst experience with all the household kit which included kitchen cleaner, all-purpose cleaner, bathroom was the worst as it doesn’t clean any good. Also Toothpaste was not worthy for the money they take. I was forced to buy the product from my up line. I regret it, lost a lot of money. Please don’t buy the product. I really hope it help someone who come to check the review before buying and joining Quixtar. It’s a scam".

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Marketing Rep (Former Employee) says

"Worked there after high school. After started college stopped working for them ."

I.B.O. (Former Employee) says

"Always came across different kinds of people from different walks of life which made it quite interesting.NetworkingConstantly hitting the pavement"

ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) says

"A lot of hard work and uncounted hours went into this opportunity, but didn't benifit much of a turn over.Social Gatherings greatfood portion wasn''t good"

Data Entry/Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"This was a home-based job that I worked part-time with my husband. I had alot of computer work and phone work. I had to talk to people daily who placed their order(s), inform them of the status of their order(s), and ask them about customer satisfaction. I learned that working at home can be fun, but it is often distracting. I had no manager as I worked with my husband. My husband was my co-worker. The hardest part of the job was that I was unable to talk to these people in person. The most enjoyable part of the job was that there was no commute to work and I could set my own hours.freedom to choose work hours and no commutenot being around co-workers"

Independent Business Owner (Former Employee) says

"I meet Micheal Valdez and had an opportunity to learn and be my own boss for a year. I learned that working commission sales takes allot of drive, effort, dedication, prescience and patience. I would of continue to stay with Amway but I was under the impress by mis-communication that once you were an independent business owner you were one for life, however that is not the case you must pay a yearly fee of $200.00 to renew to be an I.B.O. I had also had some family and personal issues arise and lost contact with Micheal and had not had any luck reaching him. I did have fun being my own boss though, and meeting with my fellow independent business owners, that way we could come up with ideas and strategies on how to improve our selling techniques and hit the target public market.own boss, meeting new people, travel the city, attend business meetings, attend free luncheons.need to be more clear on letting independent business owner know about $200.00 renew fee."

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