But the help is available by simply asking. I know what you are saying though, if you choose to buy direct and don't want help, why should anyone be compensated? In that case the analogy would be a store, you drive to the store, buy your product without asking questions. The person ringing you up may have never touched the product, and knows very little about it. He and his manager, and some corporate people get paid from the margin on that and other products.
But he did not go to the store.
It is as if I ordered 5 qts of oil and a filter from Advance Auto parts and had it shipped directly to my house, but the local sales clerk and store manager get a cut of that money because they are closest to my house. Sure they are there if I need help. Sure I could go to the store to get it. I did not though, so why should they get a cut when they were not involved in the transaction at all?
I agree it's a rough analogy. But Advance Auto parts would make some profit on that online sale, correct? Who pays the people in the store?
Don't use it.
1.MLM = pyramid scheme
2.It also seems that the SS is not suited to any longer oci than any readily available synthetic like m1 ep etc.
If it doesn't last longer why would I pay 3 times the price?
1. MLM is NOT a pyramid scheme. If you say that, then you don't understand either.
2. SS is great long drain oil. What makes it "seem" like it isn't if you don't use it?
Hey I get that some people here don't like Amsoil, but the personal insults and the attitudes are a bit much. The OP keeps repeating himself, I'm trying to answer questions, but all the false accusations about Amsoil are exactly that. I have found nothing shady about Amsoil in 16 years. MLM is a perfectly legal system. I don't kill myself doing sales, I am not a people person at all, quite the opposite. It does take a long time to get enough sales to be worth it, I never thought it was get rich scheme, nor does Amsoil ever promote that.