ROI Unlimited Review: Beware of this ground floor travel MLM start up that is headquartered in a UPS Store in Surprise, Arizona

By Vance Legacy, MLM Blog Guest Blogger

The following are my thoughts about ROI Unlimited.  Let me know what you think in the comments area.

ROI Unlimited is an MLM travel discount matrix scheme, based in a UPS Store in Arizona that looks a lot like the failed YTB Travel and TVI Express repackaged with a hyped up cycling matrix compensation plan.

The compensation plan has 3 entry levels: $250, $1,000 and $3,500.

$250 gets you in the matrix and gives you a hotel discount card, $1,000 qualifies you for higher commissions and gets you a “Condo Card” that supposedly gets you access to steep discounts on condominiums.

The $3,500 adds cruise lines into the mix.

Stop and think about that for a second.  You are paying an extra $2,500 for “many cruises (that) are below market prices”.

Seriously, how many cruises would you need to take to recoup your $2,500?

And that brings up problem number one with ROI Unlimited:

There is also lot of talk about “no auto ship” with this company and that is true, but you will also be making very little money unless you get good at selling $3,500 travel discount packages. (Good luck with that in this economy.)

The compensation plan touts a team concept, yet only the top person in a matrix of 15 people is making any real money even though everyone is working at selling $3,500 packages.

The Real Product Shipped To Your Door

If you watch the compensation plan video, you get a guy who sounds like he has smoked a pack a day of Camel’s talking over some soothing music, explaining the compensation plan to you.

In the video, he shows a graphic of a product box that you get for your $3,500 investment.

In reality you get a discount card.  There is no box of products.  It’s a card.

Don’t be fooled.

Who is behind this company and will they last?

I did a little research into who is behind ROI Unlimited, starting with the domain registration:

Professional Marketing Design, LLC

2137 W. Apgar Creek Dr
Meridian, Idaho 83646
United States

Registered through:, Inc. (
Created on: 05-Oct-10
Expires on: 05-Oct-11
Last Updated on: 05-Oct-10

I noticed two things very interesting about the registration.  It’s only good for one year and it appears to be owned by a web designer.

The company is apparently owned by Fred Schwartz and Brian Spangler, but there is no information about them on the web site.

And here is the big one, the corporate headquarters as listed on is actually a UPS Store in a strip mall in Surprise, Arizona.

15508 W Bell Rd Suite 101 Surprise, AZ 85374

There are lots of red flags with this start up company. I would look elsewhere.