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Team Themco keeping members in the loop…

March 18th, 2010 | Posted in team themco

It’s been a while since Team Themco very successfully launched their Liberator One programme. This is another Reverse Pension Plan (RPP) scheme that attracted 20,000 members in a very short space of time.

Now I should explain that members could sign up for free so the short time membership was open is perhaps no surprise. What will really crystallise peoples minds is when it becomes necessary to pay for the number of policies they require. Each policy will be $90 so more costly than other schemes.

One thing that does seem different about this offer is that the team behind it are in continual communication with members by publishing regular updates on how things are progressing.

In the latest update Team Themco are extolling people to make sure that people they signed up are being kept informed of progress and given guidance as to what to do when.

One key point they are stressing is that policies will need to paid for in US$ and because of this many people will need to consider how they will get funds converted from their home currency. Everyone must make sure that when it comes to paying that Team Themco receive the full $90 per policy. Members will need to make sure that they pay any fees required by payment processors to ensure the correct amount gets through.

They also make a very good point for those who may well be away when time comes for payment. If you realise that this may apply to you then please contact your sponsor and work out a way that they may be able to help. Looking at the progress to date it may still be some time before payments are required but it is always worth planning for any eventuality.

2 Comments

  1. 1
    Blackrose // March 19th, 2010 at 4:34 pm

    If this pay out, i will next christmas eve get visit from Santa Claus him self.

    Ask you self, what did Team Themco ever succeed with?
    You have the answer.

  2. 2
    Blacrose // September 15th, 2010 at 12:32 pm

    So will i meet santa Claus this christmas?

    I cant see anyting have succeed.

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