Top 5 Questions about World Ventures Answered

#1

Is this a pyramid scheme?

No, WorldVentures is not a pyramid scheme. It is a Network Marketing company. In other words, you get paid by the company to do their advertising for them. Legitimate Network Marketing companies usually have two options for you to choose from. Meaning you can just sell the product/service they offer, and/or you can be in business for yourself a create a team of individuals to grow your income with you.

#2

What’s the benefit of joining WorldVentures over any other network marketing company?

Although many different network marketing companies offer you great benefits, great compensation plan, there isn’t any other network marketing company that can offer you exclusive discounts on travel. Most Network Marketing/MLM companies are selling you pills, potions, supplements that claim to make your life better. We sell the only product in the world that you can spend money on that will make you richer, Travel.
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#3

Why do I have to pay to be a member?

First of all, you’re mainly paying for your membership which gives you exclusive access to great travel deals around the world. You’re giving the opportunity to pay 2/3 star prices on 4/5 star hotels. Just like Costco, you pay a membership fee and get access to bulk pricing on home/food items, WorldVenture is essentially the Costco/Sam’s Club of Travel. Secondly, you have the opportunity to build a large successful Business with WorldVentures, and you pay an extremely small fee for this and you have access to world class trainings, marketing materials. What other business can you start with such small monthly costs/overhead?

#4

So, what’s the catch?

The catch, like starting any business is risk. There are absolutely NO guarantees that you will ever make $1, but unlike starting your own business, with World Ventures you already have a team, a team of servant leaders who want you to succeed, who want you to make money and not give up. Network Marketing is not easy, it doesn’t come overnight, but when it does come, oh does it ever come.

#5

Why do I get $200 back right away in Travel Dollars?

That’s simple – because we are a travel company and we want you to travel. We want you to be able to experience what a DreamTrip is really like right away. We give you that back right away, as well as your monthly fees after 12 months. We want you to use our product, we found that 89% of people who went on a DreamTrip stayed with the company.

So, start making a living, living life! http://ryanmacdougall.worldventures.biz for more information!

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3 thoughts on “Top 5 Questions about World Ventures Answered”

  1. Definition of a Pyramid Scheme: “As its name indicates, the pyramid scheme is structured like a pyramid. It starts with one person – the initial recruiter – who is on top, at the apex of the pyramid. This person recruits a second person, who is required to “invest” $100 which is paid to the initial recruiter. In order to make his or her money back, the new recruit must recruit more people under him or her, each of whom will also have to invest $100. If the recruit gets 10 more people to invest, this person will make $900 with just a $100 investment.

    The 10 new people become recruiters and each one is in turn required to enlist an additional 10 people, resulting in a total of 100 more people. Each of those 100 new recruits is also obligated to pay $100 to the person who recruited him or her; recruiters get a profit of all of the money received minus the initial $100 paid to the person who recruited them. The process continues until the base of the pyramid is no longer strong enough to support the upper structure (meaning there are no more recruits).”

    Just because World Ventures has found a legal way around it does not mean it doesn’t work off the basic pyramid scheme structure.

    1. First of all, pyramid schemes are illegal, there are no product/service being exchanged for the money. Just because you are required to recruit doesn’t mean it’s a pyramid scheme. I appreciate your uneducated comment though.

    2. Oh, you mean like Amway, tupperware, Avon and those folk? In fact do you know of any company which does NOT have a pyramid structure? Most do! Just because there is a pyramic structure does not necessarily mean scam. there is a law against illegal pyramid schemes. this is 2013 you know. You need to do your own due diligence and research each company. did you do this? come on. Get real.

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