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WorldVentures Featured in June 2007 Your Business at Home Magazine

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scam

Houston, TX

#1 Jul 3, 2007
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....

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rumprob

Garland, TX

#2 Jul 21, 2007
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 [email protected]
Gary

Scottsdale, AZ

#4 Aug 13, 2007
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....
Did you fill in the form from the cancellation link on your back office or cancel in writing to thePlano office? Did you ever get them to stop withdrwing from your credit card...or did you have to just cancel the credit card? I'm asking these questions because I am preparing to cancel my "relationship" with World Ventures. We've found that the ID card and Letter of Verification are useless and we get much better deals going directly to the travel websites and usin AAA, AARP or military ID for discounts. Signed: Disappointed & disgusted!!
Child01

Colorado Springs, CO

#5 Aug 14, 2007
How do you know when someone is booking on your account? You should also know that you do not obtain commissions of air fare only cruises, hotel and car rentals. Also, you are not going to make the majority of your money on travel agent comissions, you are going to make it on the selling of a membership in order to obtain travel at an amazing discount. Hopefully you are more informed before you decide to blast a company that is growing immensely. I also have yet to hear of a lawsuit against World Ventures. Could this be your way of slamming a company that is competing against yours?
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 [email protected]
Child01

Colorado Springs, CO

#6 Aug 14, 2007
I have checked with AAA and their discounts compared to the World Ventures membership don't even compare. It's interesting that there are only three slams on the company! I will tell you one thing, I have been in the company now for a month and have already doubled my investment. This isn't a get rich quick scheme.... you do have to work for it!
Gary wrote:
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Did you fill in the form from the cancellation link on your back office or cancel in writing to thePlano office? Did you ever get them to stop withdrwing from your credit card...or did you have to just cancel the credit card? I'm asking these questions because I am preparing to cancel my "relationship" with World Ventures. We've found that the ID card and Letter of Verification are useless and we get much better deals going directly to the travel websites and usin AAA, AARP or military ID for discounts. Signed: Disappointed & disgusted!!
JWC

Paramount, CA

#7 Aug 21, 2007
We faxed a letter to Plano with all the info they needed - three times. They did not cancel the memberships until we called and wrote to our bank sending copies of the faxes as proof, to stop the payments. They tried to make withdrawals against an expired credit card too. And the upline was livid! Hope this helps.
Gary wrote:
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Did you fill in the form from the cancellation link on your back office or cancel in writing to thePlano office? Did you ever get them to stop withdrwing from your credit card...or did you have to just cancel the credit card? I'm asking these questions because I am preparing to cancel my "relationship" with World Ventures. We've found that the ID card and Letter of Verification are useless and we get much better deals going directly to the travel websites and usin AAA, AARP or military ID for discounts. Signed: Disappointed & disgusted!!
CO Money

Denver, CO

#8 Aug 21, 2007
Child01 wrote:
I have checked with AAA and their discounts compared to the World Ventures membership don't even compare. It's interesting that there are only three slams on the company! I will tell you one thing, I have been in the company now for a month and have already doubled my investment. This isn't a get rich quick scheme.... you do have to work for it!
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I am in CO as well and looking into this company as well. You free to talk on the phone?
bri k

Mesa, AZ

#9 Sep 3, 2007
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.
Bummer

Deer Park, WA

#10 Sep 5, 2007
I have been with World Ventures since the beginning of June, 2007. I have saved so much on travel, I saved literally thousands of dollars. I have been compensated for selling PRODUCTS as promised, on time, everytime!! I am so grateful for finding World Ventures and for having the foresight to join! I am so sorry you didn't have the same success.
Albert from Orlando

Palm Bay, FL

#11 Sep 6, 2007
I can understand the fustration from many of you. I have been with a company called Cyberwize.com for over a year. I have seen people come and go. I don't blame the company, I blame the people. Well, depending on the company I guess you can blame some company since they are just out there to get your money. Furtunately, Cyberwize has provided me with the opportunity to grow an organization of liked minded individual. I now work this business full time and am receiving residual income. Everyone, if you treat this business like a hobby, it will cost you like a hobby. Treat it like a business and it will pay you beyond your imagination. In my business we also have a travel program but our main focus is on health and wellness. Our flag ship product is Tunguska Blast. Google Tunguska and see why it is such a phenomenal product. Feel free to visit my website at www.mmbsolution.com or call me at threetwoone-twozerotwo-sixonez eronine. [email protected]
uncertainty now

Loma Linda, CA

#12 Sep 7, 2007
is there anyone out there in the riverside calif area w/positive feedback and success story, i have not joind WV yet but am eager to start; just a lil concerned now that ive read some of your stories; pls email me at [email protected]
burned b4

United States

#13 Sep 8, 2007
My best friend and hr hubby are in this now. She has been taken several times and I've warned her each time. This looks like another pyramid scheme. I never, in 6 hours of looking thru "testimonials" see anyone who's been with these people very long. And the glowing reports seem to come from those who just travel a lot and like getting deals. So caveat emptor. Mike and Wayne are at the top of that pyramid, making money every month from all your dues.
need to cancel

Hamilton, Canada

#14 Sep 12, 2007
Any advice on how to cancel the subscription?
godchild

United States

#15 Sep 12, 2007
Well, I see all of the negative comments and I think it all boils down to a lack of education. Not a lack of education academically, but just a lack of education as far as how business and multilevel marketing works. With World Ventures or any other business, you get out of it what you put into it. I agree with the cyber guy, if you treat it like a hobby, then that's all it will be, and, most people don't get paid for their hobby. I'm not gonna lie, I joined world Ventures and on the same night I joined, I received a certificate worth $400 for a 3 day 2 night hotel stay or 4 day 3 nights in Mexico. I had one person sign up a couple of days later and received my $100 into my account a few days later. I don't know about you, but the way I see it $400 plus $100 in less than a week. More than what I invested to get into this business. You do the math.
godchild

United States

#16 Sep 12, 2007
I would also like to add that this business is probably geared more toward people who love to travel and want to save money on travel, but as with any business there is a primary focus. If you work in Primerica, that business is geared toward insurance and financial services, prepaid legal is geared toward legal services. So, you may have tried working with some of these comanies and failed, but that doesn't mean it's the companies fault. The results are based on "YOUR" efforts. World Ventures is a farely new company started in 2005 and it's growing. I'm sure back when they started Primerica and Prepaid legal, there were many people who started and dropped out, because they weren't making much or any money and they probably posted comments on sites like this saying that the company was a scam, but low and behold, those two companies are still around and despite what you may think, people are still making money. The key to this or any other business is perservence. You can't give up just because things don't happen right away. This is not a get rich quick scheme, but it is a realistic way to build an organization. Remember, Rome wasn't built in a day.
kindlife

Kailua, HI

#17 Sep 16, 2007
Time is money. WV is a no brainer. You get 2 and help them do the same. Company is not even 2 years old yet and is growing like a wild fire. Startup is totally tax deductible. Where else can you start up your own biz for $350 down and $40 per month. I spend more at Starbucks. Go 4 it.
dmi37

New Baltimore, MI

#18 Sep 26, 2007
CHILD01
could i have your email....i want to join very badly but id like to talk to someone who has joined WV just like i will rather than the ones getting me to join..thanks so much
kat133

United States

#19 Sep 26, 2007
i am in wv and they all say it is a no brainer.i am trying to get out now but have not gotten any response.it's a pyramid. i went to meetings,webinars,etc.the people on top are the ones who stay on top,you line their pockets.
Anne

Tucson, AZ

#20 Oct 4, 2007
Gary wrote:
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Did you fill in the form from the cancellation link on your back office or cancel in writing to thePlano office? Did you ever get them to stop withdrwing from your credit card...or did you have to just cancel the credit card? I'm asking these questions because I am preparing to cancel my "relationship" with World Ventures. We've found that the ID card and Letter of Verification are useless and we get much better deals going directly to the travel websites and usin AAA, AARP or military ID for discounts. Signed: Disappointed & disgusted!!
I actully saved over 30 a night last week with my World Ventures Membership over the AARP dicount and triple A at the Buttes Resort in Phoenix. I also saved over 340 a nite a the Wyn in Las Vegas and my AAA would not have given my any significant discount at all
Jonathan Matthews

Los Angeles, CA

#21 Oct 9, 2007
I am in WorldVentures and located in Burbank in Southern California. I can vouch that this does work and a good company. It isn't a pyramid scheme in any way. If you think about it, and this is coming from a businessmen named Robert T. Kiyosaki, the real scheme is a job. Look who's on top? Generally, it's the CEO and he's LEVERAGING everybody's efforts under him. So if you have a job, then you are essentially making the people at the top of the hierarchy pyramid rich. That's the simple truth.

MLM business are structures in the form of a pyramid, but there is nothing wrong with the geometric shape. It's how it's used that makes it's good or bad. In any legit marketing company, it's structured that way to build an organization but people under you can succeed more if they put more time and effort and are serious. MLMs are designed to put you at the top, not keep you at the botton like in most jobs.

Email me at [email protected] if interested in joining or traveling at HUGE discounts.

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