WorldVentures/Dreamtrips
Laura Holtz MN

United States

#141 Jan 11, 2013
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.
******** hello! I signed up for world ventures less then 24 hours ago, and I know I am making my money back in the next two days. And guess what?! When i make my money back I will be able to travel the world for the * guaranteed cheapest prices * WITH MT FRIENDS! & if you find a price cheaper then what they give you, you get all your money back and you STILL get to go on the trip!-that's how insanely cheap these prices are. The monthly fee is simply something you need to look past on and look at it as a way to travel with four of your friends or family!! And then hopefully those friends and family will share this opportunity with somebody just like you did! This is simply the key to an amazing and joyful life. MAKE A LIVING LIVING LIFE!!! another thing I forgot to add is that my whole personality, aspect and perspective on life has done a 360 in 24 hours. 5 months ago me and my best friend Bailee was shown this video. And we thought it was a scam. We didn't sign up. If we signed up 5 months ago and has the motivation that I have right now, we could be driving BMWs to Cali and Florida and back, and back again, while making money but having the greatest time of your life!
Thanks! I hope you get started and join the team today and I am don't want one dollar from you I just want you to experience what I am about to experience and I don't even know you. Hope that changed your mind a little (:
Guest

Dyersburg, TN

#142 Jan 11, 2013
It's a pyramid scheme.

Suckering suckers.
Sporty

Midlothian, TX

#143 Jan 11, 2013
Very few people who join make money. I was a member. Booked some trips for some people not long ago and they did not get what they paid for and did not get a refund. The trip was over booked. Needless to say i am no longer a member. My suggestion is DO NOT JOIN!!! You can beat anything they offer on the net.
guest

Sioux City, IA

#144 Jan 11, 2013
Laura Holtz MN wrote:
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******** hello! I signed up for world ventures less then 24 hours ago, and I know I am making my money back in the next two days. And guess what?! When i make my money back I will be able to travel the world for the * guaranteed cheapest prices * WITH MT FRIENDS! & if you find a price cheaper then what they give you, you get all your money back and you STILL get to go on the trip!-that's how insanely cheap these prices are. The monthly fee is simply something you need to look past on and look at it as a way to travel with four of your friends or family!! And then hopefully those friends and family will share this opportunity with somebody just like you did! This is simply the key to an amazing and joyful life. MAKE A LIVING LIVING LIFE!!! another thing I forgot to add is that my whole personality, aspect and perspective on life has done a 360 in 24 hours. 5 months ago me and my best friend Bailee was shown this video. And we thought it was a scam. We didn't sign up. If we signed up 5 months ago and has the motivation that I have right now, we could be driving BMWs to Cali and Florida and back, and back again, while making money but having the greatest time of your life!
Thanks! I hope you get started and join the team today and I am don't want one dollar from you I just want you to experience what I am about to experience and I don't even know you. Hope that changed your mind a little (:
Hope you meant your outlook on life did a 180... if it did a 360 you would be going in the same direction you were... just a thought. Enjoy your scam...
Concerned

United States

#145 Jan 29, 2013
Just curious what everyone was saying ... I had a friend who I hadn't seen in a long time try and get me to sign up... That was fishy itself ... Then they called me at my job to go meet with some "millionaire" ... When I said I couldn't they passed me to him via phone and he was rude and sarcastic and was talking down to me because I couldn't meet with him... I'm a college kid.. And it just seemed odd the way it played out ... If it is a company then they need better recruiters in my area lol... If its a scam ur playing it too much like a scam ;)
guest

United States

#146 Jan 30, 2013
Why does WV have a lousy BBB rating? Classic pyramid scheme. Eventually you run out of schmucks at the bottom paying for those at the top. Ask a member what happens when the revenue stream called dues dries up? So long pyramid, hello jail. This group cannot survive without dopes at the bottom! WV nazis cannot deny that.
Bad Gas

Dallas, TX

#147 Jan 30, 2013
I have benn thinking about joining just to get some sweet booty out of the deal... some of the women in the pics have really big and nice titties.
guest 77

Sioux City, IA

#148 Jan 30, 2013
These people scare me. They will not quit asking me to sign up. Please stop pushing yourself on people. If you ever hit like on any of their facebook pics of these "trips", they start sending you private messages about meeting up with you to discuss an exciting opportunity. No thanks! And I will never "like" another WV persons photos. Geez
never again

Moreno Valley, CA

#149 Jan 30, 2013
guest 77 wrote:
These people scare me. They will not quit asking me to sign up. Please stop pushing yourself on people. If you ever hit like on any of their facebook pics of these "trips", they start sending you private messages about meeting up with you to discuss an exciting opportunity. No thanks! And I will never "like" another WV persons photos. Geez
Sooo true! That's how one of my so called old friends bamboozle me into listening to his presentation. I was so angry that I walked out of the restaurant and stuck him with the bill. Served him right that deceptive joker. ;)
guest

Jackson, TN

#150 Jan 31, 2013
Bad deal.. Trust me, It's a hoax..Pyramid scheme! So many ppl in dyersburg recruiting to get ppl to sign up. You will make a few dollars, thats true, but you MUST devote tons of time to selling the product and tons of time "showing the deal" to others.. If you have no job and no life, and plenty time to feed the pyramid, then jump on board.. Oh, and the dream trip plan.. Is not cheaper than expedia and hotwire.. look it up..Plus, when you book your friends and family on these trips, so are other folks working for WV, So when your friends and family go on these trips, Their over-booked and unde rated..
guest

Dyersburg, TN

#151 Jan 31, 2013
Laura Holtz MN wrote:
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******** hello! I signed up for world ventures less then 24 hours ago, and I know I am making my money back in the next two days. And guess what?! When i make my money back I will be able to travel the world for the * guaranteed cheapest prices * WITH MT FRIENDS! & if you find a price cheaper then what they give you, you get all your money back and you STILL get to go on the trip!-that's how insanely cheap these prices are. The monthly fee is simply something you need to look past on and look at it as a way to travel with four of your friends or family!! And then hopefully those friends and family will share this opportunity with somebody just like you did! This is simply the key to an amazing and joyful life. MAKE A LIVING LIVING LIFE!!! another thing I forgot to add is that my whole personality, aspect and perspective on life has done a 360 in 24 hours. 5 months ago me and my best friend Bailee was shown this video. And we thought it was a scam. We didn't sign up. If we signed up 5 months ago and has the motivation that I have right now, we could be driving BMWs to Cali and Florida and back, and back again, while making money but having the greatest time of your life!
Thanks! I hope you get started and join the team today and I am don't want one dollar from you I just want you to experience what I am about to experience and I don't even know you. Hope that changed your mind a little (:
Come back in one year and if you have worked your butt off and bugged and nagged the crap out of all your friends and relatives, and are 1 of the lucky 3% that ever makes a dime off this pyramid scheme, then you can post "I told you so" on here. But right now you don't know diddledy, only what some hot shot, high pressure, salesman has told you.

I will GUARANTEE you that I can beat ANY price you can get me for any trip just by simply looking on the web. I am retired and average a trip about every 2 months, I'd be all over this if it was cheaper. Believe me, IT AIN'T!
guest

Jackson, TN

#152 Jan 31, 2013
A few folks in Texas are makin a killin' off these poor folks.. You buy in, sell three then u get ur money back.. the few at the top of the pyramid are livin' large. and if you think the company gives u a BMW you are sadly mistakin. You have to sell sell sell to get the car and the lease payment comes from what you sell.. Nothin is free and sadly you will find out the hard way. If you "google" a company, and one of the first things you see is "Scam" there is a problem.. Where there is smoke, there is fire ppl.. You have always heard, if it's too good to be true, It probably is.. well, it is!!!! Google "World Ventures" and "Rovia" and "Scam" pops right up.... Ray Charles can even see this is not right!!
Omg

Lubbock, TX

#153 Jan 31, 2013
Google your name and see what pops up. SPAM.
Guest

United States

#154 Jan 31, 2013
Guest wrote:
It's a pyramid scheme.
Suckering suckers.
Please stop displaying your stupidity and look up what a pyramid is
Guest

United States

#155 Jan 31, 2013
guest wrote:
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You need to get off your high horse. Just because someone works in a factory does not mean their check is little. A year from now I bet the factory worker has made more than you have made from this company. Health benefits are worth a lot these days so don't trivialize health benefits. Not many people want to risk having to pay for a surgery or long term medical treatment if they get sick. Does your company offer health benefits? Also, your company has the same chance of closing its doors as a factory - probably more!This dream of living big and traveling the world - exactly how many people are actually doing this? I am not trying to criticize, but the people that are defending this company do not seem to be displaying logical thinking. You seem to be delusional and think this is a get rich quick company. And before you say "you don't know", I have heard the presentation and I do not understand why these people think they are going to live the good life and travel the world.
Yes health benefits are available]
ChewOnThis

Sioux City, IA

#156 Feb 1, 2013
Ok, so if I sign up and get a couple of people to sign up after me, I will be making money? NO!! It comes from getting LOTS of people to sign up under you (PYRAMID!!) Duh! That's why they push so hard. They want you to think they are trying to help you share the wealth. That's BS and I don't consider these people my friends. Notice they all use the same brain washed comments like... "Making a living, living" or "If you love what you do, you won't work a day in your life" How many people do you know in WV that don't have another job? Hmmm Vacations are awesome but who wants to be on vacation and sit through a meeting with thousands of people? These people are brain washers who target college kids! I think it's sad to feed them false dreams and I wonder how many didn't continue college because they fell for the "get rich quick" pitch!
kiki

United States

#158 Feb 1, 2013
I'm not in that one I'm in something better it's a blessing for my family
little ladarrlel

Dyersburg, TN

#159 Feb 1, 2013
guest wrote:
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People that work for Avon, Pampered Chef, etc. spend a lot of time selling products. It seems that WorldVentures reps just try to get people to sign up, pay their membership fees, and then get others to sign up. I haven't seen anyone trying to sell a product.
Can you say---PYRAMID?
Josh

Kenosha, WI

#160 Mar 23, 2013
Just like Primerica. You should NEVER have to put money into a company to work for them. SCAM! All pyramid schemes get young people with nice presentations & that company car trick. Usually a Benz, Audi, and in this case a BMW.

You are selling an "invisible" product/service. A product that does NOT benefit the person investing money into, but rather the person selling the product. Think about it... Why does their company have to recruit everyone? If the deal is sooooo good, shouldn't people be calling & standing in line for it? Like the schemes that sell "life insurance," then you realize you really have nothing, that's what this is. For the people paying per month, what ULTIMATELY do they gain? Not ONE person "working" for thirst company can simply answer that without the "financial freedom" crap. All they'll be able to do is reiterate that presentation because they've made a little money off them. And I stress "work," because you aren't running your own business lol, oldest trick in the book. If you are running your own business, why don't you work out of an office? You have no home location, and other businesses DON'T let you set up shop inside because they know its a scam. You do what's called "kitchen table" meetings, because they feel in someones home sells best... Right.

These are the MOST unethical opportunities out there. That's why if you ever notice, the only people who sign up to sell this, are puerile who are either young & dumb thinking its a way to get rich quick (remember that BMW), or people struggling with money. These scams get you with that fake title promotion as well, which really holds no weight on a resume. I knew to run when they said I could advance to being a regional vice president after 6 months of work. With no degree or experience, just by referrals. Then when you do put it on a resume, other companies will laugh at you because you really don't have the responsibilities of someone with that position.

Really, I knew to run when there was NO interview. Just that presentation then "background check," which by the way... I didn't have any proper documentation with me for the last pyramid scheme I jokingly listened to, and they were STILL going to okay me to work lol... Now WHAT CREDIBLE employer hires like that????

Run. Seriously. Young people, start somewhere else. This isn't how real businesses are run. You don't have a customer base to work with for a reason, because there are none unless you "recruit" them. That tells you enough right there. Honestly, young people looking to make it, just work elsewhere.
Josh

Kenosha, WI

#161 Mar 23, 2013
Sorry for the typos... Phones auto correct

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