Thursday, March 29, 2012

Realize The Truth About TVI Express

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By Veta Sayco

TVI Express are based in London, UK (apparently).

Launched in 2009 there has been much talk of this company and apparently there have been some very significant incomes created, this led me to do a TVI Express review. I checked out all their information on the official website but after a great deal of time looking through their material there was still one question unanswered, 'What's the actual product?' Whenever I get this question pop up in my mind I always get a red sign flashing in my brain that says 'PONZI'.

After some further research I was still none the wiser, I even spoke to some TVI reps and they didn't seem to have any definite answers other than you are awarded a 6 night hotel voucher when you pay your $250 to join up

There is no definite range of products offered by TVI, which makes me feel uncomfortable

How does anyone make any money with TVI Express?

A distributor will make their money from getting others to sign up and pay the $250. To get your first payment of $500 ($250 of it is an e-voucher) you must enter the 'travel board' and 'cycle' your way to the top. This is a rotating matrix system. Your next goal is then to earn a reward payment of $10,000. You do this on the next level which is the "Express Board". Again you cycle your way to the highest level of the matrix and then the process is repeated. To join MLM with TVI there is a onetime only payment of $250. You need to qualify to be paid your commission and this is achieved by bringing in two new recruits.

But how by bringing in just 2 people at $250 each is the company able to dish out such large payments? This is because swarms of folks are all rushing to join up under the impression that they are going to magically get rich by paying $250 and as long as this keeps happening everyone is able to keep cycling through the matrix and being 'pushed' to the top and exiting with their $10,000. Members can repeat this as many times as they like for the time they stay in the program (so TVI says).

All of these matrix type systems have a limited life. Because there is no actual product being sold then once there are no new members coming in the cycle will stop and no one gets 'paid'. As a distributor of a traditional Network Marketing company, if saturation occurs then you would still make money because you are actually selling a product and people are buying it.

Is this a modern day Ponzi?

In these situations I always ask myself, does the product offered benefit the consumer. Its very important to consider if the products would retail on their own, without the lure of a network marketing compensation plan. TVI does not satisfy either of these requirements.

Would you be wise to invest into TVI?

It certainly looks an attractive comp plan. It would be wise not to try and get anyone who values your opinion to join. You will probably blow your credibility. One final word of warning, I have read on various forums that you don't necessarily get paid cash, but in vouchers, which you can then redeem against discount holidays and travel.

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