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United States

#580 Sep 4, 2011
bri k wrote:
I find all the negative comments hard to believe I have been with WV for 5 mo and had the pleasure of saving thousands of dollars off the best on line price for travel including trips to New York, Chicago, Dallas, Palm Springs, St. Louis and I am Booked for a cruise in the bahamas on Sept 17 for $59.00 per person. I have personally shown the opportunity to 25 people and it has become a group of more than 500 and I have received many calls from people all summer telling me about all the savings that they have saved. I have been in business for myself for 10 years and it is hard work to be successful and I find that when people are unwilling to work at something it is easy for them to find fault with the thing they have failed at, instead of looking at themselves and relizing that they are in fact the reason it did not work for them.
please email me so i can get more info on how u built ur team it is: gray2683@gmail.com
Lisa

Carrollton, TX

#581 Dec 15, 2011
Keep drinking the wv koolaid people, wrack up those credit cards paying for all the materials and seminars you MUST attend "if you are serious about World Ventures" http://worldventuresscam.blogspot.com/2009/11...
wrkNmom

Skokie, IL

#582 Feb 21, 2012
i joined wv recently and love the positive n successful people involved.but was wondering why your encouraged and pushed to go to meeting n trainings which seemed great until i find out they cost 20-60 dollars(if not more).just frustrated with trying to better myself in the company but to get help to do that i have to pay more n more money, n feel like im left back if i cant pay for all the extra training they offer.
Cesar

Tucson, AZ

#583 Feb 29, 2012
Im gonna touch to points...INFORMATION ERA...FACEBOOK!!!

Have you ever seen a Facebook ad on TV or radio?...
yet it's worth over 17 billion...

It's a twenty first century bussiness model.
Educate yourselves people.
Courtney

Boulder, CO

#584 Mar 20, 2012
It's just hard for me to work for this company when my advisors are telling me to fudge and express that "I am signing up a new member in a few days, I'm offering you my top spot in my pyramid" when in reality I haven't been able to excite any of my friends who I thought would enjoy the free travel aspect. It is a great idea, but only if you can sell it to your friends and family who would want to travel with you - why sell it to people you don't care to see on vacation? Also, it only works if you work hard enough at it and don't get too discouraged. It didn't seem to be quite a hit in Boulder, Colorado where most the kids get vacations paid for by their parents and don't need the extra dough as other people who are worse-off may have seen a bright beginning in this company.
Good luck if you can do it then work hard and harder the first few months, but if you don't get 4 people to join within the first month then you're wasting your money.
bri k wrote:
I find all the negative comments hard to believe I have been with WV for 5 mo and had the pleasure of saving thousands of dollars off the best on line price for travel including trips to New York, Chicago, Dallas, Palm Springs, St. Louis and I am Booked for a cruise in the bahamas on Sept 17 for $59.00 per person. I have personally shown the opportunity to 25 people and it has become a group of more than 500 and I have received many calls from people all summer telling me about all the savings that they have saved. I have been in business for myself for 10 years and it is hard work to be successful and I find that when people are unwilling to work at something it is easy for them to find fault with the thing they have failed at, instead of looking at themselves and relizing that they are in fact the reason it did not work for them.
GEORGIA RUCCI

Athens, Greece

#585 May 25, 2012
please email me so i can get more info on how it works with the memberhsips , how we built ur team it is: ruccige@yahoo.com
Jesse

Phoenix, AZ

#586 May 25, 2012
WorldVentures is one of the most ethical network marketing businesses out there. People that fail in this business is because they dont treat it like a business they treat it like a hobby. I have been doing this business for 5yrs and started parttime. It was hard because when I started my upline quit and there was no online videos or marketing like there is today, so I had to fail before I could be successful. I found a mentor and learned all I could, now I am in a position that most people will never know in their life. If you are thinking of joining this business, do some due diligence.
benj

Johannesburg, South Africa

#587 Aug 2, 2012
rumprob wrote:
worldventures is selling nothing and collecting money from hundreds of people that think they can make money on commissions booking travel. Those commissions either dont exist or worldventures is not paying them to members either way thats illegal!! to get in on federal ftc compliant act2201 suit being filed this month contact rumprob@yahoo.com
man are you stupid if you would of stuck to world ventures you would be rich by now because unlike what you said here I can prove the income. Weekly income to my debit card every monday! How is that for a slap in the face you idiot!:) enjoy making a living working I am making a living while traveling :D
john

Bangkok, Thailand

#588 Sep 16, 2012
scam wrote:
this business is such a piece of shit....the con men running this business are active here in houston....a couple of scumbags that are all related......once you get signed up you will never be able to cancel your account or the withdrawls on your credit/debit card
a very pissed off individual...
ps> the D.A.'s office in Harris County is investigating WorldVentures....
I have a ploblem now, I cant cancel worldventures account.Cloud U cancel worldventures?
currently a wv rep

Bronx, NY

#589 Feb 8, 2013
dclose wrote:
WV is now almost 6 years old, I'm really researchig everything I can into this. It's a business people, not Powerball. The people who hate it are the people who join, then sit on their couch, dont' make money, then come onto websites like this and yell "pyramid scheme." It's all very simple to me. 1. plunk down your cash. 2. use the membership (dont' just sit there) 3. save money on things you're buying already. 4. tell a few people, who tell a few others. 5. refer 4 customers, your membership is free (and everything is profit). Did I miss something??
yes you forgot to put how much money one has to spend to go to their trainings!!! and if you doesnt make it their upline treats them like shit!!! its suppose to be a team company and more and more its growing that one has to fend for themselves!!! that is not what they diclose when they get the ppl looking at the future with world ventures ..!!!
currently a wv rep

Bronx, NY

#590 Feb 8, 2013
Jesse wrote:
WorldVentures is one of the most ethical network marketing businesses out there. People that fail in this business is because they dont treat it like a business they treat it like a hobby. I have been doing this business for 5yrs and started parttime. It was hard because when I started my upline quit and there was no online videos or marketing like there is today, so I had to fail before I could be successful. I found a mentor and learned all I could, now I am in a position that most people will never know in their life. If you are thinking of joining this business, do some due diligence.
treat it like a hobby ? ohh let me guess you were taught that at training right? and everyone has to fail before they succeed it's just part of becoming successful.. and the position you are in in you screw up or do something that is not liked by the company you will be out!! terminated!! so just stop!! that is not having a secure future!! that is going through same stuff we go through at a regular job!!!so yes i also suggest one do their due diligence before joining because everything is not as it is told!!!
currently a wv rep

Bronx, NY

#591 Feb 8, 2013
wrkNmom wrote:
i joined wv recently and love the positive n successful people involved.but was wondering why your encouraged and pushed to go to meeting n trainings which seemed great until i find out they cost 20-60 dollars(if not more).just frustrated with trying to better myself in the company but to get help to do that i have to pay more n more money, n feel like im left back if i cant pay for all the extra training they offer.
Finally!! someone speaks the truth!!! i also feel the same way .. then to add they down talk the indiviuals that dont make it .. without knowing their reason.. the ppl join to make and save money but after day 5 ( becasue they dont mention nothing about spending money in training untill you passed your 3rd day which after that its too late to cancel. they are sreaming go to training go to training and one has not made any money yet.. and if you dont go the upline treats you like an outkast.. yes one can save money and if one would not be trained to make it a secrt until they get to the presentation then maybe more ppl would see the better picture.. they now have these indiviuals in new york city acting like starving animals becoming disrespectful to ppl and downtalking them all becausee they perhaps never had nothing to begin with so they act like ignorant peasants if one is not reaching the level they want everyone to get which is to bring more ppl..and to those who read this and think i am one of them indiviuals not making money that is why i am saying this its far from the truth ive been with them for a few months and making money but the way they are doing things are getting out of hand..
currently a wv rep

Bronx, NY

#592 Feb 8, 2013
Lisa wrote:
Keep drinking the wv koolaid people, wrack up those credit cards paying for all the materials and seminars you MUST attend "if you are serious about World Ventures" http://worldventuresscam.blogspot.com/2009/11...
that is exactly what they say or if you really want to get far and not be a loser..::(
really could care less

Olathe, KS

#593 Feb 22, 2013
What gets me about this is everyone I've ever met who LOVES WV thinks they are going to be the 0.03% who actually make money. Honestly, you make money by getting others to do your work for you.(Endless recruiting) if people are looking into it now, its already too late to be in on the money. All your work, goes up top. In fact, th3 bigger you make your team, the more money you are making somone upstream from you. Anyone dumb enough to do this to their friends and family deserves what happens to them. I have a friend with 30 people in his team and made a whole 1200 dollars in 2012. Of course, he only thinks he made that much, this doesn't count the times he had to pay 50 bucks because people quit.(Funny they don't mention the participation clause in the sell aye?) This doesn't count the "training" trips and other stuff you end up paying for. Likely, he hasn't actually made anything at all, he just hasn't realised it yet. But this is what he gets for being Greedy. If you guys don't mind recruiting people knowing over 99% of them will lose money, then you should also not mind when after your 2-5 "plan" you have nothing to show for yourself. Go ahead, try to live off your wv "earnings" by themselves. Know why they tell you to blame those other people for being lazy? So you won't look at them for being smarter then you.
windom

Frisco, TX

#594 Mar 3, 2013
In my opinion, I knew a current world ventures rep who went from selling promises of riches in excell communications, to nutrition for life, and now world ventures. This in my opinion and a trend appears to be happening. Try to sign up as many people as possible and get all the money you can before you change companies.
Flo

United States

#595 Apr 5, 2013
The missing d wrote:
Well, you certainly convinced yourself -- nice job!! Go get 'em Lloy!!
<quoted text>
Hi, I am a new rep. for WV. I love the concept, savings, opportunities and everything about it. I'm sticking with it. Love the local savings tht I recv on groceries, entertainment etc. I like tht u reap benefits immediately, not to mention the vacations. Wish I had more contacts from Ga.Trying to find ppl here. Planning@least 2 trips a month. The places u go is awesome. Greece, France, Italy , Africa etc. Would not be able to do these trips for yrs , but @ these ridiculously low prices guess what....? My posts on fb will sing my praises.Glad I joined. Maybe I will see u on one of these trips. Peace and happy travel.
Dons_SA

Cape Town, South Africa

#596 Apr 10, 2013
People will always say something about you either you do somwthing or you dont

Some of my thoughts are here

www.worldventureshappy.blogspot.com
Anti-people-on-t op

Australia

#597 May 13, 2013
I totally agree that everyone on top always get the most. My CEO got the most money too! I work like shit for years but he and his family go on holidays, while we working.I make for him a huge sales but he gave a few percentage and kept the rest for himself.What are they doing? Go holidays! thats not fair.. Every company i went to is the same.All the CEO,share holder and the top of the company is having holidays and making monet from their worker but his/her manager,supervisor,workers all work like shit and he take like millions or billion of dollars but gave us the employees like nuts.He should share with everyone and all should get the same amount CEO,Manager,Supervisor,Workers all!
i hate this world is really not fair, those who agree with me that we hate people on top always got the most money, join me - DON'T WORK FOR ANY COMPANY(unless they promise everyone get the same pay as the owner) DON'T MAKE A BUSINESS THAT EMPLOY PEOPLE(if you do, pay all of them fairly same with you)- and DON'T WORK AT ALL. IF you work everyone on top of you will eat your money. BEWARE~
chanthta

San Francisco, CA

#598 Jun 10, 2013
I love WV, you have to step inside the house, than you see what in the big house look like.
Jordan

United States

#599 Jun 11, 2013
Jack wrote:
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Anyone with half a brain can figure out that when someone first comes to a presentation for WorldVentures, they are NOT a representative of the business! They buy the products because they like the products. They DO NOT have to become a representative to buy the products. In fact, we tell people that if they can't handle rejection, DON'T become a rep, just get the products. There are some presentations that don't even talk about the business side. There is a Business to Business side in which ONLY the products are pitched as an employee benefit. IF somebody likes the products and sees the income opportunity involved, THEN they decide to become a rep also. Some people become reps without buying a product. They are two TOTALLY separate things.
Now take that stupid post you found from the FTC, which proves why WorldVentures IS NOT a pyramid, and CAN IT! You have posted it all over the internet and it makes you look silly!
You sound really dumb.

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