Sunday, 17 January 2010

TVI Express could be described as little sister of Amway

A reader of our blog, Rosie Hurlbatt wants to know whether I know anything about TVI Express.
TVI Express is one of those network marketing companies which are out to cheat people all over world with the promise of easy and quick money. They are offering their team members an opportunity to earn $15, 550 every month. How is it possible?
Well. Let us have a look at its business model. The member has to pay an initial amount of $ 250 which is about Rs. 12,000 in Indian currency. Now he has to find more members to join the scheme so that he could claim his commission.
Again it is nothing but mathematical impossibility. Where does one find so many people on earth to continue the network infinitely? That is why the Supreme Court of India categorically commented in Kuriachan Chacko and others vs. State of Kerala case of 2008 (8) SCC, that “the promoters of the scheme very well knew that it is certain that the Scheme was impracticable and unworkable making tall promises which the makers of the promises knew fully well that it could not work successfully. It could work for some time in that 'Paul can be robbed to pay Peter' but ultimately when there is a large mass of Peters, they will be left in the lurch without any remedy as they would by then have been deceived and deprived of their money.”
In the network marketing, the members have to keep on looking for new members otherwise, the network would break. That is why it could be safely said that TVI Express is another dishonest company which is out to cheat people.
My fellow humans all over world. Do not fall for easy and quick money. There is nothing like it and you are bound to lose your hard-earned money to these crooks like Amway, Herbalife, Hindustan Unilever Network, Forever Living Products, TVI Express, so on and so forth.


Rosie Hurlbatt - Seeker said...

Just an enquiry NOT negative & I will only accept ANY comments that are backed up with reputable web site links / contacts. I do thank you for putting up my question but - for me - I need to go in a lot deeper; we're all busy and some of the blog comments, quite frankly, aren't backed up with any sold (referable) source. Negativity has been known, at times, to spread like wild fire, so let's be certain of the facts everyone.

Shyam Sundar said...

It is nothing but logical thinking. It is clear that it is mathematically impossible to find so many people to make $15,500 every month. If anybody shuts the mind and refuse to think none could help it. There are hundreds and thousands of people who lost their precious earnings in such schemes. It is another matter you too can try and burn your fingers. One could only forewarn people from joining such schemes.

Rosie Hurlbatt - Seeker said...

Shyam - let's agree that a fair percentage of people do make money from these schemes and, of course, the world is full of sharks so - when it is time to pull out, one has to know. Thus timing is everything - provided the accommodation is for real, the incentive plan, for some works. I agree that some people have no conscience about selling a product to the bitter end... Wouldn't it be marvellous is a REAL scheme with average profits could be implemented that was there for the long haul. Once again thanks for your comments.

Shyam Sundar said...

Rosie - Let us agree to disagree. Only a small percentage of people do make money in such schemes. The rest are losers. Take any scheme, be it Amway or Herbalife or Tupperware or Forever Living Products. There are a number of such schemes all over world and several hundreds of thousands lost their precious-earnings in one scheme or other.

Tex said...


I agree with you. I don't know about TVI, but I suggest you compare the overhead costs of running that business with Amway, as one test of whether TVI is a good opportunity or not. Shyam and Brear are clueless, they expect the newest, unproductive IBO to make as much money as someone who has put in the time and effort to build a business.

Amway is a scam, and here's why: Amway pays out as little money as they can get away with, so they support the higher level IBOs ripping off their downline via the tool scam.

As a result, about 99% of IBOs operate at a net loss, while the top 1% make several TIMES more from their Amway tool scam than from the Amway products.

Read about it on my blog, I suggest you start here: and forward the information to everyone you know, so they don't get scammed.