7up TV Review
In the past 90 days or so, I have been approached by 7upTV affiliates trying to
pitch me that I need to add this program to what I am currently doing as an
“Add on Bonus” for my team.
Are you kidding me? Unfortuanately they weren’t, and someone has convinced
them that pitching leaders to add this service is a good idea. Pitching an illegal
money games as an add on benefit to my team is a great way to lose all credibility.
I am shocked at the number of intelligent people that get involved with businesses
that simply make no sense, and have no potential. WHY WASTE THEIR TIME?
WHY NOT SPEND THOSE HOURS WITH A BUSINESS THAT HAS A REAL
CHANCE OF GROWING INTO A SIGNIFICANT ON GOING INCOME?
The first an immediate RED FLAG is everyone in 7UP TV is an affiliate.
A company with no retail sales is a pyramid schemen.
More important, the content is pirated (stolen) I understand, we are all
frustrated with rising cost of cable and streaming content, but it’s not justification
for stealing content.
Worse still, on what planet does it make sense attempting to build a business
around stealing content? You are just asking for a lawsuit.
EVEN IF THE PROGRAM WAS LEGIT, THERE IS NO MONEY IN IT!
7UP TV caps payable unilevel team levels at seven.
A $2 residual commission per monthly subscription payment made
across these seven levels as follows: $2.00, are you kidding?
Why promote for pennies? IT IS THE SAME WORK!
- recruit one affiliate – $2 on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)
- recruit two affiliates – $2 on levels 1 and 2
- recruit three affiliates – $2 on levels 1 to 3
- recruit four affiliates – $2 on levels 1 to 4
- recruit five affiliates – $2 on levels 1 to 5
- recruit six affiliates – $2 on levels 1 to 6
- recruit seven affiliates – $2 on levels 1 to 7
It is assumed that in order to count towards level qualification,
recruited affiliates must be paying their $29.77 monthly fee.
NuMedia is owned by Ferras Jim Pshehalouk, who goes by Jim Ferras.
In mid 2015 Dish Network sued Ferras and his company TVizion for copyright
Pshehalouk (right) failed to defend the lawsuit, resulting in a
$5.9 million dollar judgment against him.
Rather than stop committing copyright infringement, Pshehalouk doubled
down and rebranded TVizion as NuMedia.
Through NuMedia Pshehalouk has continued to provide access to pirated
content. Not really sure where 7UP TV fits into this but it’s being pitched
as a newly launched separate company.
SAYING YOU SHOULD AVOID 7up LIKE THE PLAQUE WOULD BE
A MAJOR UNDERSTATMENT!