Welcome to Best Buy, I Love You

Welcome to Best Buy, I Love You

Three years is all it takes to become independently wealthy, with the Quixtar Amway Global plan. At least that was the original plan. As it turned out, Quixtar wasn’t the fast track, so moving to a similar orginization called LTD Team is. Who is Leadership Team Development Team? Their website is sparse on description on the onset, instead you have to do some digging to find this page:


Again, it doesn’t exactly say what they do, but I’ve been lead to believe they are just like Quixtar, but somehow ‘better’. Where does one find some information on this mysterious company? The web always has something, here is what I found:


Within this discussion, it appears Leadership Team Development Team has members approaching people in McDonald’s asking if they want to make more money. Ah, I get it, a splinter cell of Quixtar which isn’t directly authorized by Quixtar, but instead can add one more middle man to the line-up.

Apparently, this idea is such a smashing success. So much that the Leadership Team Development Team has set up representatives working in low wage jobs teeming with public presence to further their expansive power. Imagine the intelligence of this situation:

1. Form a company which constantly hires ‘Independant Business Owners’ to work for them

2. Have those IBOs hire more

3. Ask those IBOs buy products from the company to support the company

4. Pay them a portion back what they buy from the company in points

5. Have these IBOs spend every free moment learning how to run a better business

6. When they are not learning how to run their business, have them work shitty public jobs in hopes that they can bring more in to the fold

I know it sounds ridiculous, but it was one of Al’s co-workers that introduced him to Quixtar. And so the cycle continues…

3 Responses to “Welcome to Best Buy, I Love You”

  1. quixtarisacult Says:

    Al really has it going on. Not. I really enjoy your blog. It is worth a chuckle. Seems like Al is confused about what team TEAM he is on. Maybe that is the secret of his success! ACHTUNG AL! “Do you want fries with that?”

  2. Adam Nichols Says:

    For one, LTD team does not “hire” people. They help you own your own business. You are in business for yourself, but not by yourself. Secondly, LTD team does not “hire” people! Thirdly, no one is forced to buy products. They are encouraged to change their buying habits. I.e. Stop buying from Wal-mart or wherever you shop and start purchasing from yourself. By doing so, you become your own best customer. Would it make sense for someone who owns Chevy Dealership to drive a Ford? Fourth, you don’t get paid in points. Each dollar has a point value that relates to the amount of volume flowing through your business. When different levels are reached a bonus payment is sent to the Business Owner. Sixth, no one is forced to spend their free time to learn how to have a more profitable business. It is a choice by the individual to dedicate their time in order to create a better life for them. Sixth, it is simply a choice by the individual to either not work on growing their business or to work what you call a “shitty” job. No one forces people to do anything. Lastly, LTD team is not quixtar. LTD is a leadership development team that utilizes quixtar to distribute products for over 1100 different companies and organizations.

  3. Exit Says:

    1. If you hired employees, you would be handling tax deductions per employee, unemployment insurance, and provide at least minimum wage for the hours your employees ‘work’. Hiring is probably not the best or direct term, admittedly. Regardless, those that are RECRUITED in to the pyramid structured business by a group or individual above them might be trained by them. This is certainly not a traditional hiring, but it is a hiring of sorts.

    2. See point 1.

    3. No one is forced to buy products, but if they do not maintain a certain level of sales, they will not be eligible for benefits. Hence, it is the inclination of the IBO to purchase the amount of products needed each period to ensure that they will get *something* in return. Oddly, they will in essence be paying $200 on exclusive products that they wouldn’t normally need just so that they can see a return of $2. Of course my math is not exact, but the idea is represented correctly.

    4. Paid in points is what is done. When those points are past a level, real monetary compensation is given. If I were and IBO and sold $20 in a month, I would see a point value in my account. That would not translate in to real money until I sold beyond a threshold, or until the suckers I tricked in to signing under me sold enough to give me enough points to be compensated.

    5. No one is forced in to anything, but they certainly are offered endless hours of support materials at a fee as well as invited to ‘meetings’ which keep the fog in their eyes. Perhaps your ‘company’ doesn’t, but then again, the principle of making money in this business is to get people to sign up under you and to mislead them as long as possible in to thinking that big money is coming to them if they just wait long enough.

    6. Growth is a funny concept. Growth can be incremental, exponential, or erratic. I would guess your concept of growth is scaled smaller than mine. Starting off paying $200 a month on energy drinks to get $2 back with the hopes that in 5 years it will turn in to purchasing $100 worth of junk to get back $20 is growth when looking solely at the reduction of the amount paid. That is not growth to me, it is stupidity. Instead, I two am a ‘IBO’, but I have a company with clients that allows me to live comfortably and work when I feel like it for as long as I wish. Oh, and I see returns every day and I wasn’t pressured in to buying crap from an exclusive company.

    7. Leadership Team Development Team is certainly not Quixtar, but it is an affiliate IBO under Quixtar. The development of a more professional business is your game, to make those signing under you feel like you really have something to offer them. If Quixtar went away, you would too.

    Bottom line:
    Quixtar = Leadership Team Development Team = Stupidity = someone I used to call a friend being brainwashed into spending every free moment putting on the appearances of being a business owner to make $10-$200 a year after buying around $1000 worth of products a year.

    Get real, and get a job. Oh wait, you probably do have one. Didn’t I see you working at Wal-mart?

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