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    • March 1, 2012 10:45 AM PST
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    • March 1, 2012 12:13 AM PST


    • February 29, 2012 7:43 AM PST
    • Okay, what I'm sharing I got in those 2 pdfs.  It doesn't bother me yet the amount of information - it IS prelaunch.

      You'll notice the capture page is the same address for everyone.  This isn't the high rollers simply padding their downlines.  as I get more info I'll share.

      Watchdog, why on earth would I take what you said personal?  I admit I'm interested and like what I'm seeing, but I need to know more and have an open mind.  It'll be about a week before they start allowing presignups and a few weeks later they'll have lead capture pages for us all.

      It made it onto NPROs New Companies list today:

      No, William Perry isn't listed in the documents.  No idea what happened to him.  No additional info on the leaders and their past companies beyond what I've shared, however, I find that standard.  They don't want to say their founder was successful in Company X and Y - they're focusing on the new company.  You might disagree on the strategy, but I think that's pretty typical.

      I'll upload the 2 pdfs I got and provide a link in a bit.


    • February 29, 2012 2:11 AM PST
    • Hello Jon,

      I enjoy and respect your posts, so please don't take this as being critical of you personally in any way -

      I have looked for info on ViSi and ViSi Wellness and there doesn't seem to be any info available on the company or the product. Search results are incredibly thin for a company that is set to launch in 30 days.

      Do you have a corporate URL? Is there a logo for ViSi anywhere online?

      At this time there is little that indicates the Visi MLM PreLaunch page is anything but a lead generation form.

      Could you post a link to the PDF files you mentioned?

      By digging really deep I was able to recover archived copies of pages from the Visi Prelaunch site that have since been removed, but which contained these executive bios:

      William O. Perry
      •Co-Founder Marriott School of  Entrepreneurs
      •Owner Perry Homes – Largest Home Builder in Utah
      •Owner  - $100million+ Car Dealership – Sacramento CA
      •Chairman - Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge
       In 1974, Bill started a construction development business that operates today as Perry Homes, Inc., with projects in Utah, Idaho, Arizona, New Mexico, and California. In 1994 sales were slightly over 55 million. In 1990, he invested in a Toyota Dealership in Sacramento, California which operates under the name of Folsom Lake Toyota. In 1994 the total sales of the Toyota Dealership were $50,133,000. By 2000, sales were in excess of $100,000,000. In early 1995 the Toyota Dealership moved into a new facility known as the Folsom Lake Auto Mall.
      In 2000, Bill was appointed to the National Board of Directors of the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge.
      Kent D. Lewis
      Kent Lewis is a veteran of network marketing with over Twenty Years of experience as a corporate executive, consultant and distributor. His International experience includes work in more than thirty countries, providing him with a deep understanding of diverse business cultures. He has directed successful international Development strategies into vital Billion-Dollar-A Year direct sales markets for numerous major direct selling companies. Kent has been responsible for P&L in various geographic regions for billion dollar companies in the industry, managed multi-million dollar budgets and negotiated earnings/savings that have contributed millions of dollars to the bottom line for these entities. Most importantly, he has Devised and Executed strategic sales plans, including one that facilitated a sales increase of $12M to $36M per month in the Japanese market over a three-year period. His ability to Analyze markets and Identify key factors for success will be instrumental in helping VíSi grow efficiently and rapidly.
      Kent received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Japanese from B.Y.University and a Global Master of Business Administration from Thunderbird, the number one ranked international business school in the world.

      Ryan Lewis

      As an entrepreneur, Ryan Lewis has Co-Founded and directed the successful Launch of both network marketing and retail companies while developing growth strategies for continued success. His Unique ‘start up’ business experience is a great asset to ViSi. Ryan is currently the Chief Operating Officer of Visi, LLC. He will oversee all Operational matters of the company including, Systems, Sourcing of Packaging components, production / manufacturing,
      Logistics and Inventory. Ryan has also travelled extensively throughout the world setting up and securing a consistent supply chain.  In addition to this Ryan has also conducted the Research and Development for the Formulating of multiple personal care and dietary supplement products. Prior to his position with Sibu, Ryan served as a corporate Sales Account Manager at Novell.  Ryan also holds a Masters Degree in business management and also passed the series 65 exam, becoming an Investment Advisor.

      Is William Perry still involved with the ViSi MLM Prelaunch?

    • February 29, 2012 12:42 AM PST
    • Jon,

      Is the executive info you have on your page from the company PDF files? The thing that I notice the most is that the CEO and COO bios don't give any specifics about the companies they worked for or the sales claims made.

      How did you get the PDFs? All I got when I submitted on the prelaunch form was a generic email?

      Looking forward to more info from you.


    • February 28, 2012 1:45 PM PST
    • I worked up a quick page on what I know tonight.  Rough, but starting to fill out.

      Little info on the comp. plan, but more on the products available.

      Honestly, this is probably a blockbuster waiting to happen. Slick presentation, a good concept many health-minded and MLMers will find attractive, and the Master Distributor is Rick Hagar.

    • February 28, 2012 10:25 AM PST
    • I've gotten a couple of pdfs talking about their 2 products coming.

      Honestly looks good, but similar to every other health juice/product that finds some 'special' fruit with amazing benefits.

      It's appealing, I'm looking for more info...

    • February 28, 2012 12:23 AM PST
    • Info on this is pretty thin.

      Visi Prelaunch page looks like a lead capture page.

      Have you received any additional info?

    • February 25, 2012 11:38 PM PST
    • Anyone heard of Visi wellness yet and have any details?

      In the health/nutrition field. I admit I'm curious (time for another income stream?) but it's still about 33 days from launch and there's precious little info. out there.


    • February 26, 2012 12:22 AM PST
    • Talk Fusion seems to be crushing MyVideo Talk ( source comparison ) - are their products similar?

      But the Talk Fusion corporate address also appears to be in some kind of strip mall...( source Google Street View )

      Talk Fusion v MyVideo Talk

      Internet Popularity Comparison:

      Talk Fusion vs MyVideoTalk

      Talk Fusion  
      ( 20.330% )

    • February 25, 2012 3:41 PM PST
    • Before you guarantee there is no better compensation plan, we have 8 video products for $35.00 a month Plus The world 1st and only instant pay plan.


    • February 24, 2012 1:49 AM PST
    • [quote user="KIRSTIE ANN TERRAZAS"]

      I can guarantee there is no other compensation plan to match ours in any network marketing business. There have been changes since you posted this. The start-up fee is now only $299.90 and of course the $49.90 per month. I can see most of you were shocked at the price. However, let me point out, no other company pays out as much as MVT.


      It sounds like you are saying the product is overpriced so more can be paid out in the compensation plan.

      That seems like front loading. Or if the compensation plan is more about the fees and less about the product its the definition of a ponzi.

    • February 24, 2012 1:34 AM PST
    • MyVideo Talk Review:

      In my opinion, My Video Talk is one of those common MLM companies that took advantage of the Internet and the ability to create the impression of an established infrastructure while promoting a product of questionable retail value.  Originally their business name was "Team Effort International" and MyVideoTalk was one of their products. There are dozens of sites offering free video email, with all the tools necessary to edit and send. I really don't understand what MyVideoTalk offers that makes their product worth the fees ( but I will gladly read responses that can clarify ).

      My pet peeve about their online representation of the business goes back to the early years they displayed on their web page a photo of their 'corporate headquarters' when they were operating from a rented desk space in a business suite. There's nothing wrong with the rented desks / mini suites, many businesses start that way - it's when the images and content presented on their website seems to be intended to mislead as to the size and substance of the company. The photo of the corporate headquarters was supposed to create the impression that they had an entire building. This is the photo they used:

      Original Team Effort International address:

      3000 Executive Pkwy # 518
      San Ramon, CA 94583-4355

      Shortly after, the address on the MyVideoTalk website changed and it seemed they were doing most of their business in India. Now the address for My Video Talk and Team Effort International is:

      MyVideo Talk
      3000 Danville Blvd, Suite 186
      Alamo, CA 94507

      Now, according to Google street view, that address is a UPS store in a strip mall. Suite 186 is a mailbox in the UPS store. Here's the street view photo:

      This is their number - call and see if you can arrange a tour of the corporate offices, and see what kind of response you get. (925) 543-7788.

      The corporate address being in a strip mall UPS store is a little odd to me. I don't know if they still have the space in the corporate building in San Ramon. I'm on the East Coast so I can't exactly do a drive by or a walk-in, but would love to hear from someone who has, or someone who can explain the UPS store address.



    • February 21, 2012 9:19 PM PST
    • It's absolutely  Brilliant.

    • February 21, 2012 5:37 PM PST
    • I’d say that I am extremely impressed with the products to date.

    • February 17, 2012 11:44 PM PST
    • I was a MyVideoTalk rep but for me the product(s) wasn't as unique as first thought and I wasn't passionate enough about selling technology products that I wasn't 100% with - I am with another MLM company now but the compensation plan here is really good for those looking to enroll others quickly. In all honesty I would rejoin MVT but only to use the products not necessarily as a rep but this is in no way a bad company.

    • January 4, 2012 11:24 PM PST
    • YourReflection Wrote:

      I heard that Business from Home was interested in Nerium International and featured this company themselves.  I don't think Nerium paid a bunch of money to be featured in this magazine.  If you people are wanting to look at a great business opportunity, check Nerium out.  Let me know if you are interested :)


      Companies typically don't broadcast the fact that a piece is a paid advertorial. It defeats the purpose.

      I'm going to lean toward the USA TODAY article being correct about the nature and cost of being featured on the cover of the magazine.

      Of course, it is entirely possible they have changed their business model. Possible but it somehow seems unlikely. Their parent company VideoPlus has been around for years and their business model is creating marketing tools for MLMs.

    • January 4, 2012 6:23 AM PST
    • I heard that Business from Home was interested in Nerium International and featured this company themselves.  I don't think Nerium paid a bunch of money to be featured in this magazine.  If you people are wanting to look at a great business opportunity, check Nerium out.  Let me know if you are interested :)

    • January 4, 2012 3:51 AM PST
    • [quote user="mssi"]

      I saw it listed somewhere awhile back.. Im sure its variable and goes through the sales department.. You could always call them I guess.. Having Capital like that on startup is a good thing and I was thinking that myself..  Not sure about the last 2 questions.. Check their website archives if available and look to see how many are still around.


      The number is from a 2010 USA Today article about FHTM. I replied in another thread I created ( with a shorter title ) Nerium International Review.



    • January 4, 2012 1:58 AM PST
    • I saw it listed somewhere awhile back.. Im sure its variable and goes through the sales department.. You could always call them I guess.. Having Capital like that on startup is a good thing and I was thinking that myself..  Not sure about the last 2 questions.. Check their website archives if available and look to see how many are still around.

    • January 4, 2012 1:23 AM PST
    • That's what I thought.

      The company buys $330,000 work of issues to be featured, they then turn around and have reps and distributors buy the magazines to use as sales aids and provide "Validation" that the company is legit because they are featured in Business at Home Magazine. Circular reasoning.

      Is the $330,000 commitment documented anywhere? I looked at Business at Home's website and didn't see those details. Of course, it probably wouldn't be listed in their main "advertising" link.

      Now that's not necessarily a take-away from Nerium; having $330,000 in your war chest to spend on what is essentially advertising suggests they have working capital.

      Any idea how many featured companies have gone belly up shortly after being featured? Or where a list might exist of all previously featured companies?

    • January 3, 2012 12:09 AM PST
    • The advertiser must commit to purchase $330,000 worth of the publication to be "featured"..  The neighbors kids with a lemmonaide stand can be "featured" if they have the cash.. Not that its a bad thing..  Its only bad if the upline sells it to you as if you were chosen and you portray it as such yourself.. Its called ethics. In This case its an ethics FAIL.. The company might be good, the product might be great, but they are in for a long hard road if they are going to duplicate lack of integrity right out of the gate.. It will only get worse from here.. Sorry 


    • January 2, 2012 1:00 AM PST
    • Is Success from Home a pay-to-play Advertorial publication?