QUOTE(ceomom @ Apr 22 2013, 12:07 PM)
I have joined with Denise in this business. I am very excited. Larry Oxenham is a genuine person who cares about the success of others. That is why he founded this business, he knows how to succeed and he wants to make it easy for others to also succeed.
I agree. I joined this originally for leads for my Trivita and Lyoness business'. After talking to Larry, getting on the twice a week conference calls and reviewing the payplan, I realized in and of itself VGV can earn anyone a quite decent income.
Larry and Daryl were actually approved by and are using First Data as a pay processor for now. This is the processor they went through Bank of America to get. One obviously has to be very credible and well leveraged to get this approved, I think everyone on these forums is aware of that. This is a very solid and well thought out business. We are going to Dwolla in the USA, which is an easy to use and very inexpensive pay processor. For internationals it will be Paypal at this time.
Vanguard is designed to bring you 'trouble free' income for both the short and long term but the key to your long term success is your CUSTOMER LIST.
Your Vanguard member website tracks and maintains records of everyone who contacts you so your list is being built automatically. You can use that list to stay in touch with your prospects/members and to introduce anything else you are doing.
A simple email now and then might establish some trust and maybe, just maybe, that prospect will join you in a venture instead of someone else.
If you stay and give Vanguard Global Ventures time, your income will grow a little here and a little there and this time next year you might be quite happy with the income generated through VGV.
In the meantime the VGV company will be staying in touch with all of your prospects through emails and conference calls so, if you want to be a hermit you can still succeed with Vanguard Global Ventures.