Monday, November 14, 2016

world ventures scam - Google Search

world ventures scam - Google Search
World Ventures-Dream Trips
I read the message re your friend that this didn't work for. I completely understand your reservations. As you could see in our presentations, we never pressure anyone. We are looking for people who are looking for us
When I was first shown this, I thought it was too good to be true too. A quick way to get rid of my business and start some thing that will involve my friends, and family.
As it happens, I had my business on the market but I started doing this part time any way. My business sold in August and am doing this full time now, but when it suits me…I’m no longer a slave to my business.
The travel got me interested firstly, so to invite my like minded friends was exciting, and not let them know of the benefits of the business at the same time, was not an option.
Having said that, there are a lot of people signing up for the Dream Trips Travel side of things only. They are just seeing the business option side as they progress, and later on, if it is right for them, they join the business.
I also looked at the web sites, that blast this whole Travel concept, calling it a scam and a Pyramid scheme, which incidentally is illegal in Australia.
World Ventures is a PTY LTD Company with 14 lawyers and a Barrister in our ranks. We are a “referral holiday club.” This is a fully sanctioned business, passed all the legal scrutiny and registered in Australia and 29 other countries around the world, (N.Z. and China coming aboard) Every one can make it big, every one is the CEO in this business.
There are always detractors in every industry, especially when one new one, is disrupting the established ones. Uber on Taxis. Cost Co on Retail, etc
Thats what Dream Trips is doing to the Travel Industry. With a start up price of not much more than $520.00 Aus. (Gold or $750 Platinum) where can you get a business for that, with World Travel benefits?
The detractors, we found, were simply disgruntled people, who didn’t want to do the work that is involved with running a business like this in the first place. This was never a get rich quick scheme, though having said that a lot of people are making a shit load of money, but those ones are treating this as a business, and seriously working at it.
Any one can do this at their own pace.
Do you mind if I ask you a couple of really direct questions?
Firstly, in business and in life do you usually let people who have failed at something influence your thinking so much?
Second question; Does google have a crystal ball, because we are sharing a vision, and building for the future. What's your vision?

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Surf-Shop on Twitter: "Wave Pools The way of the future EVEN surfing as a new OLYMPIC sport."

Surf-Shop on Twitter: "Wave Pools The way of the future EVEN surfing as a new OLYMPIC sport."

Wave Pools

Wave Pools springing up all over the world will
force championship competitions into an arena that only have perfect
waves, and suitable for an Olympic event. So then it will only be the
competitor, that will make the difference. With these Wave Pools taking
the load off our “FavSpot,” being a good thing, but as you have it, give
surfers what they want, and more of them will come, so even the Wave
Pools will become crowded. Yes, even with beginners.

Even then, the respite on our “FavSpot” will be short, as more people take up the sport, so more people come!

Like building a new road to ease the congestion…more people use it.

So what we got to do is learn to relax a bit, and adjust to the crowds, it’s inevitable that more of them are coming.

Or…get up bloody earlier in the morning to “FavSpot,” and hit the waves
at “shark feeding time,” because all our “FavSpot’s” around the
world,…are becoming FULL!

Friday, September 11, 2015

Surfboards on Planes

Surfboards on Planes

Just a couple of weeks ago, a holiday maker from Tassie bought a
McTavish Sumo 6’6″, as the beachies around Peregian were pumping at the
time. He also had the idea of having a great surf here, and then taking
his board back to Tassie with him. This is not unusual as a lot of
travellers do end up taking their boards back home with them.

Jetstar shoots itself in the foot again by its restrictions!


Virgin Australia Size and Weight Restrictions (nearly arn’t any)

Travelling with a Surfboard

Oversized baggage can be checked in, provided each item does not exceed 32kg in weight.
Items heavier than 32kg must be shipped as Freight. So that early 60’s
9’6″ Balsa logger with multiple Redwood stringers, nose and tail block,
with parquet timber set in fin, might just be over weight…LOL

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 : WYF : WYF

Hurley Fusion 302 Steamer Review

Today we are reviewing the Hurley Fusion 302 Steamer Review.The review
outline will feature all the good points of the Hurley Fusion 302 and
why you should make this your number one choice in wetsuits this season.

What Hurley Fusion 302 Steamer Review has over others
1. Seamless paddle zones and contoured chest design offer maximum range of motion.

2. Supratex abrasion-resistant knee shields offer stress-resistant strength and durability.

3. Contoured high on chest-zip design, offers flexibility and keeps water out.

4. Seams are blind-stitched and taped for a watertight seal, featuring tabs on wrist and legs.

5. Front and back smooth skin panels offer durability and grip while paddling.

6. 3mm chest, back and upper leg panels/2mm arm and lower leg panels.

7. Internal chest pads feature wool like padding for chest and back comfort and warmth.

8. 55-65 degree water temperature range.

9. Key insert on leg

Sunday, May 24, 2015

How To Put in FCS II Fins - YouTube

How To Put in FCS II Fins - YouTube

How To Put in FCS II Fins is not as easy as it looks.
How to do it is explained in easy to follow step by step and
introduced by Evert Harder owner of Surf shop Peregian beach:

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Surf Shop

My Library

Spent plenty of time searching what type of web design we wanted for our blog.

We settled on this great user friendly one that suited our style of presentation.

Hope you like what you see and invite you to have a look at the new look Surf Shop web site

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Evert Harder - Google+

Evert Harder - Google+

Some are saying it was the biggest swell since august last year to
hit the Noosa Points.. But was it? With talk & hype of five-metre
swell that ended up around the three metre mark CYCLONE Ola

Julian Wilson Surfing Noosa

The points had the typical hype with no car parks to be found for miles
even at 4am in the morning and un-showered, sun scorched scooter riding
hippies dodging the multitudes and parking in the push bike zones. Is it
safe to say that Noosa Heads is slowly being infiltrated by Bondi Hipsters?

Julian Wilson Surfing Noosa

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