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    {TVI Express} What's The Truth About TVI Express Scam?

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    http://www.DreamstyleVacationsUSA.com ..// If you were a TVI Express scam victim and know you were lied to numerous times, you know the truth about Travel Ventures International {TVI Express} and what the India based company with bank accounts in Cyress is all about. If you are still thinking you might make money with TVI Express, the truth is now revealed and it is time to move on and get on with your life. One report says that the owners of TVI Express are Rahul Kaurana and Anita Khurana of Danville California. The report pointed to a website that operates computer camps for children during summer vacation. The story behind TVI Express reads like a mystery that has not been fully solved. Are beople getting paid in money or just vouchers? Are people getting paid at all? Is this all just a big scam? There is speculation that Rahul Kaurana and Anita Kuorana never had a TVI Express office in the London at all. One report says the money has always been collected in Cyprus and funneled to India in the name of TVI Servives LTD (Vision Tech). Either way, TVI Express presents an interesting story with lots of red flags and it looks like many of their so-called leaders in the U S have already moved on and left what appears to be a sinking ship. For those in the know, TVI Express is using travel vouchers similar to those used in the old Coastal Vacations program. In an effort to dodge the legal problems Coastal ran into, TVI Express located their offices and money outside the United States. That may be a good move for them, but is it good for the people TVI Express owes money to? TVI Express has cleverly tied the free travel vouchers to a slick money game type compensation plan. Many around the world have admitted that the TVI Express board game has pyramid scheme written all over it. It's a slick revamp of the pyramid with TVI Express exchanging some sort of product that costs them nothing to make it all somehow look like it's almost legal and almost a business. OK, so to start out, the TVI Express ...