Should You Partner With TVI Express?

By: James Hicks

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

Their life began in January 2009 and there have been some outstanding income claims made by representatives involved in this company which is why I was intrigued and took at look at it. I spent a good hour or so looking through their opportunity presentation website but one question kept nagging me...'What product am I selling if I join up?' This is always concerning for me as the word illegal Ponzi pops into my head.

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

My difficulty with this company is that it is unclear what the product actually is, other than the opportunity itself

How can you make money with TVI?

A distributor will make their money from getting others to sign up and pay the $250. You first have to make your way through their rotating matrix arrangement. You will begin by 'cycling' through the travel board, once the matrix fills up you will be paid $500. Next you move up to the express board and you again 'cycle' your way up to the top of the matrix and then supposedly you will get paid $10,000. $250 will get you into the scheme and you won't have to make any further payments. By recruiting 2 members into the scheme you will earn the right to get your reward payments.

Why is it possible to get such large rewards from sponsoring only 2 people? 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 for the time that this is going on, there will be a constant shifting of the matrix as people are pushed to the top and pop out with ten thousand bucks. Members can repeat this as many times as they like for the time they stay in the program (so TVI says).

These kind of schemes will always fizzle out eventually. 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'. Normally when an MLM company gets to the point of saturation there is still money being made, as distributors are selling an actual product.

So is TVI a rip off?

Well when looking at an MLM company to join I always look at the products and if they provide REAL value to the end user. I also ask the question 'would the product stand up on its own?'. TVI does not satisfy either of these requirements.

Should you sign up?

You would not be wrong for thinking that the matrix pay plan looked lucrative. I would suggest you don't try and recruit your friends into this or anyone that respects you as a person, business or personal. Beware, I have read in many different places online that payments are not guaranteed to be in cash, but rather in the form of a voucher that will get you a good deal on a holiday or some travel deal.

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