If you’re looking for a detailed 7Up TV Review, then you’re in the right place!
I’ve been hearing some chatter about another IPTV MLM company that just launched and wanted to take a closer look to see how it works and what it offers.
I am going to take the time to research and review the information about the company, the products, and the compensation plan in this review.
I am also going to share my final thoughts, any concerns, and recommendations about this company in the last section.
Make sure to stick around till the end because what I found out might surprise you.
With that said, let’s dig in and see what we can learn about it.
What Is 7Up TV Review?
7Up Tv is another MLM company that is trying to break into the IPTV MLM market.
The company offers an IPTV service that will provide several hundred channels that include premium TV like HBO, Showtime, and premium sports and kids channels at a very low rate per month.
The company also offers the opportunity to recruit others and pay you for building a downline of other reps and customers.
There have been other companies that tried to break into this market like IXQTV that met with it being closed down due to unknown reasons.
Let’s see if 7Up TV is any different…
When taking a closer look at any MLM company, we like to see who the owner is.
This information will give us the ability to learn more about the background and the experience that the owner has.
If we found something very shady about a company owner’s past, I certainly would not want to promote their company.
Well, what I found was that 7Up TV is actually part of the NuMedia company and this program is part of some type of distributor upgrade package or maybe they are moving to rebrand the company itself.
The information is still a bit sketchy, so if you try looking up the NuMedia company website one day, don’t be surprised if you are redirected to 7Up TV.
You can find out more information about Numedia in the link I left above.
This website doesn’t provide any information about the owner but Numedia’s owner is Jim Pshehalouk.
Here is what we found out about the domain name information when we did a lookup:
- The domain name “7uptv.com” was registered on 11-11-2019
- We already know who the owner is.
That is really all I got for the company information that was not already found in my Numedia review.
With that said, let’s continue.
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What Products Does 7Up TV Offer?
In this section of my review, I am going to cover the information about the products or services that 7Up TV offers.
With many of the other IPTV MLM companies, the product is the TV shows and Movie channels that you usually have to pay a premium price for.
If you are familiar with KODI and other similar services online.
Basically, these companies steal (no other way to put it) the stream of channels like Disney, HBO, Showtime, CBS, and many other TV content providers and sell or offer these streams to people for a small cost per month.
7UP TV and other IPTV MLM companies are taking advantage of this market.
7UP TV offers its service for $29.97 per month for its basic service.
They claim that they offer over 10,000 channels plus over 5,000 “video on demand” channels which includes international channels.
Also, what I have found out is that there is no retail offer, so this means that everyone that joins has the ability to market the membership to others to make money with the program that 7UP TV offers.
I have more information about the channels in my NuMedia review that you can take a look at with the link that I provided above.
Additionally, I wouldn’t take that much “long-term” stock into this model since these cable providers seem to be cracking down more and more.
That is all there is to the product and service lineup that the company offers, let’s continue.
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How Does The 7Up TV Compensation Plan Work?
In this section of my review, I am going to cover the information on how the compensation plan works and how you can make money with 7Up TV.
There is only 1 way to make money with the 7Up TV opportunity which is through:
- Recruiting People To Earn Commissions
After you join for the basic membership, you can start recruiting others to earn commissions through the 7Up TV compensation plan that they offer.
There are 2 ways that you can make money with their comp plan which are:
- Referral Commissions
- Residual Commissions
Here is a breakdown of how they both work…
Quick Start Commissions
Most MLM companies have a fast start bonus that you can earn for every single member that you recruit which is a joining bonus.
7Up TV offers a bonus if you are able to recruit a certain amount of people to the program within a month.
Here is how that looks:
- If you are able to recruit 7 members within a month, the company will pay you $100.
- If you are able to recruit 14 members within a month, the company will pay you $200.
- If you are able to recruit 21 members within a month, the company will pay you $300.
Residual commissions are the staple of all MLM companies and is based on the recurring subscription of all your personally recruited members and your downline team members.
7Up TV pays and tracks these commissions using the unilevel compensation plan structure.
For those that are not familiar with how this pay plan works, here is a quick breakdown:
- The first level of your unilevel pay plan will only have your personally recruited members on it.
- The second level of your compensation plan will only have team members that your level 1 members personally recruited on it.
- The third level of your compensation plan will only have team members that your level 2 members personally recruited on it.
- and so on…
- Each level is usually based on its own commission model which is paid on the total number of sales volume you have per level.
There is a total of 7 levels that you can earn with the 7Up TV residual compensation plan.
The way that the company pays is really easy to figure out which I wish all MLM compensation plans can be like.
The amount per person that you will earn on all 7 levels will be $2 per active subscription.
Now, based on how many personally recruited members you have will determine the number of levels that you can earn from
Here is what you have to do in order to earn on each of the levels that the company offers:
- Recruit 1 Member – When you reach this qualification, you will earn $2 on level 1 only.
- Recruit 2 Members – When you reach this qualification, you will earn $2 on the first 2 levels.
- Recruit 3 Members – When you reach this qualification, you will earn $2 on the first 3 levels.
- Recruit 4 Members – When you reach this qualification, you will earn $2 on the first 4 levels.
- Recruit 5 Members – When you reach this qualification, you will earn $2 on the first 5 levels.
- Recruit 6 Members – When you reach this qualification, you will earn $2 on the first 6 levels.
- Recruit 7 Members – When you reach this qualification, you will earn $2 on all 7 levels.
There are probably other aspects to the compensation plan that I am leaving out but I can only go by what I am able to find on their company website and online.
This is all of the information that I have about the compensation plan and how you make money with the 7Up TV opportunity, let’s continue.
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My 7UP TV FAQ Section
In this section of my review, I am going to answer some of the questions that people may have when thinking about joining the 7Up TV opportunity.
Is 7UP TV BBB Accredited?
No, 7Up TV is not accredited with the BBB at this time.
I don’t ever take the BBB rating or reviews that seriously due to it being a privately owned non-profit website (not government-owned) and it’s known to be easily manipulated.
I only take all of the information that I find online about any company or program to make my final recommendation.
What’s The Cost to Join 7Up TV?
The basic level or minimum cost to join 7Up TV is $29.77 per month.
This will give you access to all of the IPTV stations that the company offers on a limited amount of devices.
Is 7UP TV A Scam or a Legitimate Opportunity?
In my opinion, no, 7Up TV is not a scam but I do think they have some issues with their business model.
The first issue is that they are running an MLM structured business model that requires retail products or services which they do not have.
The second and more serious issue is that they are offering pirated IPTV which is not really legal.
Know, I will be the first to say that I WISH that getting cable TV and all of the premium TV shows for this cheap would be amazing and cool but I can tell you right now that the cable providers are not liking it and are cracking down on there content being shared like this.
I doubt that the cable providers will go after any single person with a lawsuit and mainly focus on the people that are offering the service, but either way, this is not really a legal product that they are offering.
Don’t be surprised if you join 7Up TV and a month or 2 later the company just mysteriously shuts down!
With that said, let’s finish up.
My Final 7UP TV Review and Thoughts
In the last section of my review, I am going to share my final thoughts and recommendation on the 7Up TV opportunity.
I have taken the time to review the information about the company, the products, and the compensation plan.
I have shared my concerns on whether or not I think 7Up TV is a scam or not above.
At this point, you should have a clear idea about what 7Up TV is, what they offer, how it works, and how you can make money with it.
What are your thoughts?
Leave your comments below.
But here is the question…
Do I Recommend Joining 7Up TV?
You have all of the information that you need in order to make an educated decision on whether or not 7Up TV is right for you.
If you were to ask me if I would join, I would have to say, no, I would not join due to the issues that I think the company has.
With that said, I hope you enjoyed my 7Up TV review.
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I have been with this company since 2018, they have had problems along the way like when they first started the buffering was terrible! Also, early in 7UPTV history, payment processing issues required me to add my billing info an additional two times. I suppose all new companies have their issues, but 7UPTV has always managed to pull through with a now superior product than anything else out there. They don’t just offer live tv, and almost every pay channel you can think of, they also have around 10,000 movies, plus series tv on demand. If you find anything better please let me know, until then I’m sticking with 7UPTV. They still offer a free trial through TryLiveTV.com
About the MLM part, please know that anyone can just be a customer and there is no requirement to sell anything. The above review has incorrect information. Just to get you up to date, 7UPTV levels:
Level 1 is $10 per month, per active customer. All other levels, Level 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 earns $2 per month, per active customer.
Have a great day!
Thanks for the update Liz! I haven’t visited any updates that the company has released to date. All of the information that I post is mainly from the company page and any additional information from official sources. The company must have done some updates and I will have to review them when I get a chance and update my post.
Over the past dozen years or so, there have been a number of “Free Or Almost Free TV” providers, often marketed at home trade show venues, that offer almost unlimited TV programming, premium movie channels, all major league sports teams, etc. for a fraction of what cable providers charge. How do they do it? The answer is obvious. Once the “suits” get involved, lawsuits follow, and the service is shut down. Time will tell if 7UP TV falls into that same category.
I’ve continued to monitor 7UP TV and for now it appears to be continuing without restriction. Hopefully company executives have discovered a way to continue operating without any disruptions’ if so more power to them. Again, time will be the ultimate decider, so stay tuned.
Thanks for the update Wayne!