WorldVentures business model ‘legal’
WorldVentures Taiwan is under the protection of the law of the Republic of China and is not an illegal pyramid scheme, according to a press release from the company yesterday. With regards to the reportedly false allegation that damaged the image of the company, it will reserve the right to pursue legal actions to protect the rights of the company and its members, the firm stated.
Presently, the total number of registered members of the company worldwide equals over 300,000 and is picking up speed monthly, according to the company. All ac- tive members of WorldVentures Taiwan enjoy a diversified range of benefits, which include preferential pricing for restaurants, accommodation, daily use products and other necessities of life. Domestically, WorldVentures Taiwan has already entered into agreements with numerous partners, including OK Green Coffee, Home Hotel, Chan Yuan Fu and other restaurant affiliates. The company provides its members with preferential prices in the purchase of products and services from its cooperating partners, the company said.
Jasmine Ma, GM of WorldVentures Taiwan, indicated that the misinterpretation and mistrust over the legality of the business model of the company is due to the lack of understanding. WorldVentures Taiwan is now proactively communicating with government authorities, and has already met with government authorities and industries to dissolve the doubts of industries as well as consumers, said Ma.
Headquarted in Texas, WorldVentures is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2015 and becoming a multinational corporation with a presence in 28 countries/regions of America, Europe, Africa, and Asia, the company said.