WorldVentures/Dreamtrips

WorldVentures/Dreamtrips

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Just Wondering

United States

#1 May 23, 2012
Has anyone joined the membership? It's like $200 up front then $60/mo for as long as you are a member. Anyone I know that is affiliated with the company is trying to sell memberships and have only been involved for a couple of months. I want to know about the long term costs and benefits. Seems like everyone is hardcore hustling others to join, but no one is benefiting from the membership itself unless they get others to sign up under them. If you are a member, do you feel it has been a worthy investment? Are there any costs associated with becoming one if the booking agents?Has anyone made it past the first few months? Seems like you could sign several people up pretty easily at first, but what if they all want out after a few months? What then? I want as much information as possible from someone who isn't trying to sell me on it. Just want some honest feedback from someone who isn't trying to make money off of me.
Guest1

Frankfort, KY

#2 May 23, 2012
This is just another one of those "sucker" factories. Instead of asking on here check it out online thru several different sources. Basically it sounds like any other pyramid scheme, those in 1st can make some money, those in later lose their fannies.

I have yet to hear of one of these that was legit, RUN AWAY FROM IT AS FAST AS YOU CAN!!!!!!
Guest

Frankfort, KY

#3 May 23, 2012
I just did a google search on this and found out a LOT of negative crap about it.

I find my cruises and vacations online and NO ONE has ever been able to beat what I can do for myself online.....
Just Wondering

United States

#4 May 23, 2012
That would be my guess too. I have read online as well, but can't find anything locally. I just heard of it a couple of weeks ago and would love to hear what someone who has actually paid the money has to say. Someone very dear to my heart who is very young and very impressionable is getting roped in and I wish I had some first hand advice to pass on. Thanks for the input. Glad to know I'm not the only skeptic out there. I know some people in Dyersburg who are selling it so beware!!
Obviously

Milan, TN

#5 May 23, 2012
Google and Topix wouldn't be the place to research. Try the BBB and Ernst & Young. Or better yet the Inc 1000, or direct selling news.

Company is legit and many around can prove it is.

You should take a look at it, if you like it cool, if you don't--- it's not for everyone!
meee

Sioux City, IA

#6 May 23, 2012
contact jodie jernigan king on fb she will let u know all about worldventures she is a dyersburg native and doing great with her membership... even has the company paying for her own bmw
Just Wondering

United States

#7 May 23, 2012
That's ok. I'm not interested in doing it myself. I am only interested in knowing the things that aren't printed on the brochure, in a matter of speaking. I've heard ALL the great things about it from people trying to sign me on. I was looking for input from someone who can tell me what a sales person won't.
CPA

Milan, TN

#8 May 23, 2012
Just Wondering wrote:
That's ok. I'm not interested in doing it myself. I am only interested in knowing the things that aren't printed on the brochure, in a matter of speaking. I've heard ALL the great things about it from people trying to sign me on. I was looking for input from someone who can tell me what a sales person won't.
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If your not intrested then why do you care?if you don't want information from someone actually doing it how would you get the correct info? A quick look just told me its a MLM company like Avon ,cencie, vicallus, pampered chief , etc! Also just found the co. On Facebook. Looks pretty cool.
guest

Memphis, TN

#9 May 23, 2012
Ok! As far as I can see the people that are posting negative comments and are just not aware of what they do not know! Doesn't surprise me any tho because it is Dyer County! besides if you want to know something about anything at all then it is not Topix where you find the correct Info! So for all of you that don't know what you dont know ~~
If you dont get it now then Oh well! You never will!
guest

Memphis, TN

#10 May 23, 2012
Guest1 wrote:
This is just another one of those "sucker" factories. Instead of asking on here check it out online thru several different sources. Basically it sounds like any other pyramid scheme, those in 1st can make some money, those in later lose their fannies.
I have yet to hear of one of these that was legit, RUN AWAY FROM IT AS FAST AS YOU CAN!!!!!!
so have you heard of Pampered Chef, Mary kay well they worked~
Southernsweetie

United States

#11 May 23, 2012
Just Wondering wrote:
Has anyone joined the membership? It's like $200 up front then $60/mo for as long as you are a member. Anyone I know that is affiliated with the company is trying to sell memberships and have only been involved for a couple of months. I want to know about the long term costs and benefits. Seems like everyone is hardcore hustling others to join, but no one is benefiting from the membership itself unless they get others to sign up under them. If you are a member, do you feel it has been a worthy investment? Are there any costs associated with becoming one if the booking agents?Has anyone made it past the first few months? Seems like you could sign several people up pretty easily at first, but what if they all want out after a few months? What then? I want as much information as possible from someone who isn't trying to sell me on it. Just want some honest feedback from someone who isn't trying to make money off of ime.
A few of my friends have jumped on this membership thing I almost did but I am a passion party consultant and make way more money then
Southernsweetie

United States

#12 May 23, 2012
Just Wondering wrote:
Has anyone joined the membership? It's like $200 up front then $60/mo for as long as you are a member. Anyone I know that is affiliated with the company is trying to sell memberships and have only been involved for a couple of months. I want to know about the long term costs and benefits. Seems like everyone is hardcore hustling others to join, but no one is benefiting from the membership itself unless they get others to sign up under them. If you are a member, do you feel it has been a worthy investment? Are there any costs associated with becoming one if the booking agents?Has anyone made it past the first few months? Seems like you could sign several people up pretty easily at first, but what if they all want out after a few months? What then? I want as much information as possible from someone who isn't trying to sell me on it. Just want some honest feedback from someone who isn't trying to make money off of me.
whoops didn't mean to press post. But I am a passion party consultant and I make way more money than they do. It seems that way that they are just trying to get a downline...
Southernsweetie

United States

#13 May 23, 2012
Guest1 wrote:
This is just another one of those "sucker" factories. Instead of asking on here check it out online thru several different sources. Basically it sounds like any other pyramid scheme, those in 1st can make some money, those in later lose their fannies.

I have yet to hear of one of these that was legit, RUN AWAY FROM IT AS FAST AS YOU CAN!!!!!!
I agree just a multi million dollar company sucking money from people in hopes they can win expensive cars and trips. Scam
Southernsweetie

United States

#14 May 23, 2012
I checked BBB it's not BBB accredited
no info there
guest

United States

#15 May 23, 2012
guest

Mcminnville, TN

#16 May 23, 2012
Thats funny its not accredited
Guess what genius neither is Walmart guess they are a scam!
guest

United States

#17 May 23, 2012
guest wrote:
Thats funny its not accredited
Guess what genius neither is Walmart guess they are a scam!
dumbass, Walmart is accredited!
Just Wondering

United States

#18 May 24, 2012
I meant I'm not interested in signing on myself. I have very close family members who are really struggling as it is and thinking about getting in on this "great opportunity." I was looking for someone who actually benefits from the service provided because common sense will tell you that if people are signing up and not using the service, they are forced to either sell it themselves or cancel the membership. Mary Kay and Pampered Chef sell products so people get exactly what they pay for. These people are getting their closest friends and family to pay $1000/yr so they can get their membership paid for, but I want to hear from someone who has been in it longer than a couple of months say that it is still lucrative. I came to Topix because I don't want anyone trying to sell it to me. I just want the feedback. I don't want my closest family members having on their conscience that they put their friends and families out hundreds of dollars and gave them nothing in return. Sounds to me like they are selling an opportunity to make money rather than the travel benefits. So if you think it's so great, is it because you're hustling friends and family to get your money back or because it is a great service that you are providing? If your answer is still yes it's a great service, how long have you been involved?
Stella Holman

London, UK

#21 May 24, 2012
This company has given people with an Entreprenerial outlook a wonderful chance to have a low cost business. When you follow the system, attend the trainings online and at events near to you there is the potential to earn back your initial investment as well as other incentives.
Refer four people and as long as they stay active there is no more to pay and you have a membership to an International Travel Club for free
huh

Atlanta, GA

#22 May 24, 2012
its just like a job..you get out of it what you put in...duh!! If you wanna pay full price for a vacation go right ahead Im not...bunch of debbie downers that's all

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