Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Innocent Egyptian University Freshman Listed TVI Express as Work Experience

TVI Express is a scam, so listing such an experience makes you... unemployable.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Why is a Canadian cloning TVI Express on his website HDTexpress?

If you go to, you may do a double-take... It is an EXACT CLONE of TVI Express. In fact, it even SAYS TVI Express. But the URL is

In fact, if you read the source code it says very clearly this was "mirrored" by HTTRACK

That's one day after the domain's registered, and it's registered to a "Pritish Kumar Halder" who current resides in Ontario Canada.

Why would any one make an exact clone of TVI Express?

Monday, February 27, 2012

Someone revived a Zombie Donna Ebreu spamticle, and illustrate lack of integrity

Those of you who read this blog should have heard of Donna Ebreu, one of the folks who tried to blame "US attitude against MLM" on why TVI Express is an illegal pyramid scheme. Yet she claims to be "coach of integrity" on her own website. This is one of her spamticles, and look at how exactly does she behave "with integrity"...

You notice that she didn't review TVI Express, but instead, talked about how to pick teams that will somehow ensure your success. That's weasel already.

Then she tells you to learn more about TVI Express by visiting her Bon Voyage 1000 website. As Bon Voyage 1000 is a competitor of TVI Express (almost identical structure), she's using TVI Express name to drive traffic to her Bon Voyage 1000 website. That's downright deceptive.

But then, what's what we'd expect from a weasel who won't admit fault, right?

NEWSFLASH: South Africa continues to investigate TVI Express

Business Report of South Africa reports

Five alleged pyramid schemes, believed to have fraudulently netted hundreds of millions of rand, are being investigated in KwaZulu-Natal.
Auditing firm Thabani Zulu and Company was commissioned by the Reserve Bank to investigate the operations of Shining Future, Larjent, Igiya, Cashflow and TVI Express.
One of the schemes, TVI Express, also known as Travel Ventures International, sold travel vouchers which purportedly give recipients significant discounts for international travel and accommodation. TVI, owned by Parun Trika of India, first reared its head in London and later had dozens of franchises around the world. TVI Express has since been declared a pyramid scheme in Australia, London and the US.

Original link is here:

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Ex-TVI Express Member Claims to be Expert Motivator

I would say expert brain-washer, but the fact is he moves from one MLM to another chasing the elusive "big payday". He's not successful...  The fact is he joined one scam for sure, and Revolving Relay is exactly like TVI Express.

Also, hire a grammar coach, Sanjay. Your English needs a lot of work.

Brandon Inchauriga threatens to sue me to revealing his face and his promotion of scams

This blog normally don't get too many comments. Most TVI-ers have already moved on to some other scheme that suit their fancy. So imagine my surprise that there were two comments waiting for me in the comment moderation inbox. One's from Mr. Ferren, who was polite. The other one was from "Brandon", who was clearly angry:

So what was he referring to? This is the entry he was so mad about:

Moron Claims Scams are Not Scams, Despite Ample Proof  (29-AUG-2011)

And what was his picture that he was so mad about? Here:

Anything posted to Facebook and set to public is public information. There's no law against disseminating that.

If you visit his website, you'll find that he called no less than THREE PROVEN SCAMS (FHTM, Zamzuu, TVI Express) great opportunities. So I called him out on that.

Also note the dates: his face was on Facebook as of late July 2011. By August 2011 his face was no longer there. What are you supposed to make from that? I don't know.

But the facts are simple: Brandon Promoted Scams, and Brandon deleted his face from his Facebook page.

And he wants to sue me to revealing these facts? Based on what?
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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Hiking Tips only have TVI Express and Other Spam

URL and Title says "Hiking Tips". Content is in French and contains TVI Express spam sprinkled with completely unrelated spam shopping keywords.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Tale of two TVI Express "reviewers", one's smart, the other's a moron

Readers of this blog may remember a certain JLF, who was highlighted 3 times before on this blog for posting TVI Express bull**** on his own website.

Entry on March 31, 2011
Entry on May 3rd, 2011
Entry on May 5th, 2011

UPDATE: JLF contacted me (by adding me to his Google+ circle without writing me or putting a comment here first) and wish the status of the three above pages updated as he has removed TVI Express content from his website. He claims that his team members posted those without his supervision.

My advice is simple: delete those articles, and I'll post an ADDENDUM to each of those entries, before and after, that the original webpage that had been referenced has been deleted. In fact, I will do that for anybody else whose webpage ended up here.

Which is what I did for JLF. All three above links still exist, but all content have been crossed out, and all links disabled, with prominent label on top that states very clearly the links are no longer active and JLF have removed TVI Express related content from his website.

UPDATE2: On the other hand, what you do NOT want is what this moron did (yes, I called him a moron, twice)  "Brandon", who posted reviews on his website calling WELL-KNOWN SCAMS such as FHTM, Zamzuu, and TVI Express 'great opportunities', was angry that I called his website a scam.

brandon8290 said...
Hey man so your calling me a scam??? Im going to give you 30 days to take this post off or I will have my lawyers contact you! You have my picture and your using it against my will so If you dont take this down I will take legal action against you.

First of all, brandon, I didn't call you a scam. I said you PROMOTED scams. Those are FACTS. And because they are FACTS, they are not libel.

As for your picture, it was easily retrieved from Google cache, which is retrieved from Facebook, which is public information. If you don't want it made public, don't put it out into the public. No law was broken, so what exactly are you going to sue me on?

Your lawyer, if you have one, would know all this.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

LauncherMastermind just repub Zombie TVI Express Spamticles

A website named itself LaunchMaster, but it's clear all it got is some old zombie clones.

The problem is... TVI Express actually came to use in late 2009 early 2010, and it's now 2012! So this is zombie spam! Further more, this is proven below:

And what's with Dan Hart? I've seen his spam before. This was from September 2009.  Haven't heard a peep from him since regarding TVI Express. Zombie!

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Party Dresses and TVI Express? Bogus!!!!!

Party Dresses and TVI Express? Absolutely bogus, but there's no denying this website is real

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Hotel Website Advertises TVI Express and Penis Enlargement

In this case, a picture literally is worth one thousand words... TVI Express Review appearing next to "Where to buy extender girth".

Monday, February 20, 2012

TVI Express Scam in Spanish!

A multi-level business blog? Nope, it just randomly pulled articles off the Internet that promotes a dead website called hispanotviexpress. The website itself is compeltely UNconfigured Wordpress, as you can see the "default widgets" still showing generic default stuff. Not to mention the rest of the blog is still in ENGLISH   (their URL is )

The video linked to is actually / Youtube, and the youtube video have not received any comment since late 2010! Which proves that this is a zombie spamticle blog.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Football Domain Have Nothing About Football, just TVI Express Spam

When a domain name says you'd expect to find football related content. Yet this is a spam domain, with bogus stuff, such as TVI Express, and it's fresh too.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Plus Size Maternity has nothing to do with TVI Express

Unless, of course, you're on a spamticle website...

As you can see, all "recent posts" are MLM related, which had nothing to do with Maternity or Plus Size. Furthermore, this article's first paragraph is snipped from one of my Hubpages hubs.

Who's the owner of this domain? We don't know. Domain privacy has been turned on through a Proxy Owner called WhoIS Guard.

Guess that pretty much says it all doesn't it?

Friday, February 17, 2012

Book Cheap Flights is fine, but TVI Express Spam too?

"Book Cheap Flights Now" looks pretty good, until you find TVI Express Spam on it

The video was uploaded to Youtube on January 2010. That would make it a zombie video already.

So who is this "CoachTodd"? His Youtube Profile says:

Yep, the domain linked is dead and expired URL.  Guess there's no magic and no team. What does that make "Coach Todd"?

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Zombie Spam Blog Reposts Zombie TVI Express ad from 2009

This is "". it supposedly posts random stuff about business opportunities (see "categories" on the left column. Unfortunately, they also displayed this bogus ad about TVI Express.

How bogus is this? "TVI North America" is the branch of TVI Express that got a "cease and desist" from state of Georgia in August 2010.

And had expired many months ago.

This website is just a zombie spam blog.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Who is Havidz Roamadon and why is he fan of TVI Express?

While searching for TVI Express followers, I came across this search result:
So I clicked on it, and sure enough, this guy is into TVI Express:

Though this also solved another mystery... This is the only guy who liked that non-existent "BENTO EROTIS TVI EXPRESS" group I found earlier, making him the creator.

He's clearly Muslim (links to a bunch of Islamic groups in the liked area), so why would he ignore his community's Ulama Council declaration that TVI Express is illegal and haram?

Maybe it's just ignorance.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Brazilian Model / Athlete roped into TVI Express Scam

A guy named Orenil Machado was spotted pushing TVI Express on ""

And this is fresh, only a few days ago. He also modeled some atheletic gear for some Brazilian firms.

Too bad his expertise in athletics gave him zero advantage in picking what business to join, and he happened to pick a scam.

Monday, February 13, 2012

What is "Bento Erotis" and what does it have to do with TVI Express?

I have no idea what is "BENTO EROTIS", or its relation to TVI Express, but there's a Facebook group on it:

Of course, it has nobody in it, and no information about it.


Sunday, February 12, 2012

Bad MLM Coach Reviewer Got Plagiarized... The Irony!

Previously, we've highlighted "Marc Barrett", who claims to have over 20 years of MLM experience, but couldn't even spot a pyramid scheme like "TVI Express". On his website, he called it a great opportunity. Marc Barrett's weaselness even spread to BehindMLM, where he was caught berating some legitimate concern about another opportunity.

So I was surprised when someone stole his article and posted it under a different name. Oh, the irony! A weasel was pirated!

Clearly, this "Bob Steele" doesn't exist. The fact that "Steele" rhymes with "steal" should tell you that this article was plagiarized from Marc Barrett's website. Oh, the irony!

Saturday, February 11, 2012

TVI Express fan domain for sale, any one interested?

TVI Express member / fan domain name is now available on GoDaddy!  Guess it didn't work out for the original owner!

Friday, February 10, 2012

What does a foundation have to do with TVI Express? Nothing, of course

Yet "" became a spam domain for TVI Express spam.

Furthermore, you can tell this article went through a rewriter and emerge mangled. Place names are changed, words are changed. It is as if it was translated to another language then back. The result is rather funny.

Reminds me of the joke about machine translating "The mind is willing but the flesh is weak." It was translated to Russian and back to English, and it became "The wine is good but the meat is spoiled."

That's what this spam is.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

"MLM Best Companies" simply regurgitates zombie TVI Express spam

So called MLM Best Companies is nothing but a spam blog. Why? It managed to repost an old TVI Express North America spam video.

TVI North America died in 2010 when they got served a "cease and desist" by State of Georgia. Even before then, they already claimed that they are withholding name of $10000 earner so IRS won't find out.

This is the sort of people these spammers want to advertise, and they are long "dead". Hilarious.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Why are people posting ads promoting a DEAD TVI Express Feeder?

I've seen this "Way to TVI Express" feeder for many months now.

It's not even TVI Express, but a separate "feeder" that's a 2x2 matrix (i.e. 1-2-4 pyramid) that you pay to get in, recruit enough people, and if you make it out, they pay your $250+ fee TVI Express membership. In other words, it's a pyramid scheme that feeds you into another pyramid scheme.

Just in the past week, people have put up over 650 entries on it, and that's just those found by Google:

But why are they promoting a dead website? If you go to, you get:
The website's dead, folks. You're promoting a fresh corpse.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Consumer Complaint about TVI Express Fraud

No idea how genuine it is, but it's worth a look:

Nona Samson  Send email
Feb 7, 2012


I was a tviexpress member and it's a fraud, a scam. I paid around $ 357.00 They told us that you will avail of free accomodations in a 5 Star Hotel but you will soon find out after your payment that you need to pay another $ 180 - $ 200.00 for you to avail of the package, they say it is for the taxes but it's too much for taxes. Then what they offer you are really Cheap hotels, hotels that are not in good locations. It's like you are also paying for the booking if you pay $ 180 - $ 200. I was unable to use it because how can you book? The hotels are so cheap and you need to pay again. I was asking what are the Privileges, the Privilege is the Business Opportunity they told me that I should sell 2 membership for me to earn. What? Why would I sell that if it doesn't have any product to gain. This is clearly a fraud.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Who Is Robert P Rather? Why is his domain posting bull****?

Recently a domain started printing random articles:

So who owns this domain?

Alan Balda
1479 Gavina Subdivision
Panabo, Davao del norte 8105 PH

Yes, that's in the Philippines. 

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Dissecting the TVI Express Video Lie

TVI Express, from the VERY BEGINNING, have falsely represented itself. Here's a screen cap of TVI Express's own video (long since disappeared off their own website, but survived as a "translation" of the original by a Spanish user).

Here, they claim they'll be the next giant in the industry comparable to Citigroup, Reader's Digest, or even Hallmark, plus using the picture of Sir Richard Branson and that other guy (who is that, by the way? TinEye can't pick him out), and "copyright" this travesty.

And this misrepresentation was so effective some Spanish speakers decided to lay it on a bit thicker, and it became this!

See the problem? Not only was Sir Richard Branson and Warren Buffet NOT supporters of TVI Express, this guy also claimed there are "majority shareholders" in TVI Express that doesn't exist! Add that to the picture "backed by a prestigious UK based business group", and this is bogus to the extreme!

Even the Warren Buffet quote was mistranslated. He did say "it's the best Investment I've made", but he didn't say fastest growing, and he wasn't referring to TVI Express for sure!

This is the sort of lies TVI Express indulged in, and got replicated in bazillion languages by its gullible members.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Tracking Down TVI Express Supporter Alamin

About 4 months ago (that would make it... October 2011), a certain "Alamin94" showed up at one of my hubs, and is quiet friendly, claims to be "international diamond" of TVI Express, is from Bangladesh, have gotten paid (so he claimed), and basically quite enjoyed his "success" at TVI Express.

Needless to say, I reminded him that none of that indicates that TVI Express is legal.

It is interesting that he registered a Hubpages account just to post comments, and it was only used ONCE, to post ONE comment on my hub. Subsequent comments were posted NOT using the account, but simply through e-mail address. He never published any hub, so his Hubpages profile is completely blank.

Any way, so I wondered, how is he doing now? So I did a search, and found his full name and contact info on Facebook:

Wow, he's putting EVERYTHING online... name, mailing address, phone number e-mail, and his TVI Express affiliate link.

He even put up a "fan of the week", except he doesn't have one every week. Just read his wall.

And his profile pix? Made with FREE tool, says so right on his page:

"Created with Free version of Pagemodo"

Guess he's saving his money he earned with TVI Express for something else.

Or perhaps he didn't really get paid, and his claimed "earnings" was just his "e-Wallet" figures?

Since TVI Express is not a bank, is eWallet even legal? But he doesn't care. He thinks he got paid.

His wall claims that TVI Express Bangladesh was about to launch back in August 2011. So where is it now?

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Friday, February 3, 2012

Thursday, February 2, 2012

What's ABSDO and What Does it Have to do with TVI Express Scam?

Only a spammer's spamticle website would they ever be linked together...

This one is more egregious than usual as it was one of those "Frankenstein" articles with random paragraphs grabbed from various articles. As Frankenstein is sort of a zombie, this is definitely a zombie article! And as you can see, one of my own article paragraphs were snipped!

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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Chris Black of UK is yet another spamticle website

The content obviously went through a rewriter and came out as gibberish (TVI itself was mangled beyond recognition)  Then it had the temerity of advertising an "internet victim" on the right!

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