This time it's WorldVentures, yet another travel discount voucher, along the same lines as TVI Express. They're the ones who, bizarrely, took over Success University, a pyramid scheme that based it's con on educational, personal growth claptrap.
WorldVentures, like Herbalife and Amway, are required to disclose the income figures for their "Independent Sales Representatives". Their figures for 2008 figures show, for instance that less than 30% of these reps earn any income from their WorldVentures efforts. The median income for these people is a pathetic $100. Note that like Amway and Herbalife those figures are "income", not profit. As WorldVentures themselves say:
"These figures do not represent Representatives’ profits; they do not consider expenses incurred by Representatives in the promotion of their business."In other words on average you lose money with WorldVentures. Some do OK though. Half of ALL the income made by WorldVentures is earned by the top 0.5% of the representatives. 80% of all the earnings goes to the top 4% in the pyramid.
Unless you want to throw your money away, I suggest you steer well clear of WorldVentures.