Plano, TX (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
Today, after a brief investigation by the Chadron, Nebraska Police Department, its concerns regarding WorldVentures and its business model were retracted. This now-resolved incident in Chadron has led to the company reemphasizing the importance of its Independent Representatives abiding by its policies and procedures.
Chadron Police Chief Tim Lordino stated the department has no further interest in pursuing the investigation, as they determined it was an isolated incident by WorldVentures Independent Representatives in Chadron.
The company takes prides in the fact that it complies with all federal, state and local regulations. Independent Representatives are given extensive training and are required to abide by the company’s policies and procedures, including the obligation to act in accordance with all local ordinances.
WorldVentures’ Compliance, led by a Vice President Compliance and Legal Affairs, monitors reports of Representative activity and addresses any complaints allegedly in breach of the policies and procedures. Representatives found to be breaking the policies and procedures may be fined or have their agreement with the company terminated.
With a global consumer and Representative base, WorldVentures actively seeks to maintain its good financial, ethical and legal standards in every country. The company retains expert legal counsel, and in accordance with that best practice, retains the services of leading law firms around the world who review its programs, materials and training procedures.
WorldVentures is a lifestyle company on a mission to help people achieve more fun, freedom and fulfillment in their lives. Combining the power of the Internet with the strength of the direct-selling industry to market its DreamTrips Memberships, WorldVentures is a leader in leisure travel. WorldVentures is a privately held company based in Plano, Texas, with active Representatives and members in 21 countries.
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