iWowwe Shutdown – What is going on with iWowwe?

iWowwe ReviewRecently, iWowwe has been getting a lot of attention on the internet.

I have had people pitching this one to me on a near daily basis, in fact, and I have seen it making the rounds on social media as well.

I want to make it clear I am NOT promoting this business opportunity as an affiliate or distributor in any way.

I have done all my research on the shutdown of iWowwe, and I want to pass it along to you.

Is iWowwe a scam? Is it legit?

Let me tell you in my Review iWowwe.

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Seriously, What Is iWowwe?

If you’re an avid follower of the world of MLM, then you may have heard some talk of the company iWowwe. The company was launched by Bill Starkey sometime back, but it was then sold off to another company by the name of Acesse. This sale took place in September of last year – 2015 – but iWowwe has now made its way back into the headlines.

Just why did this sale take place though? There was a bit of confusion surrounding this sale, but it looks like there have been some major issues facing iWowwe that eventually resulted in the company being sold off.

The problems with iWowwe look to have been taking place since as early as 2015, as there have been a heap of reports suggesting that iWowwe was not keeping promises they were making to people, worked with poor leadership styles, and affiliates for the company were not being paid the commissions that the company owed them. All of these issues came together to create one bad situation for iWowwe that then initiated this sale to Acesse.

When iWowwe was sold off to Acesse, Acesse went ahead and renamed iWowwe to that of VideoMeet. Along with the new name, Acesse then went on to market the video conferencing platform through the Acesse Marketing plan.

However, back in June of this year, iWowwe affiliates received an official email from Acesse with less-than hopeful news. In the email, the company made the formal announcement that they would be putting the axe on the iWowwe platform once and for all.

In the email, the following message was included –

“VideoMeet has been extensively updated and the new release version is now includes a new service called MyMeeting. This letter is to inform you that effect June 30, 2016 we will be effectively shutting down iWowwe.”

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In the email, Acesse also went on to tell affiliate that, if they wanted to continue to use the video conferencing service, they would be able to transfer over to the new MyMeeting platform.

Also in the email that was sent out, Acesse went on to say that anyone who was previously an affiliate for iWowwe that decide to move on to Acesse Marketing would get placed in their own compensation plan.

The compensation plan in question would see that affiliates be able to earn a commission of up to 30%, with a host of various bonuses being offered to them as well. Unfortunately, aside from this information that was included in the email, there’s nothing else that we can find about the compensation plan. The email itself is quite scarce in regards to info about the plan, and there isn’t any info on the official website for Acesse’s website either.

Similar to iWowwe, Acesse isn’t new to the world of MLM either. In fact, back in 2015, there were reviews conducted that made it quite apparent that Acesse was operating as a type of investment scheme.

When these reviews were initially conducted, Acesse was running a part of their compensation plan that they called “Adview.”

With Adview, affiliates were asked to send the company investments of up to $5000 in return for an ROI that would be valued at $9 every single day.

Now, as for iWowwe, it doesn’t appear that the platform has been officially shut down. The website for iWowwe is still up and running, and although the social media channels are no longer active, they’re still in existence as well.

And, when looking at VideoMeet – the reincarnation of iWowwe – Acesse is describing it as “Video Conferencing, Video Broadcast, Video Email, all in one simple, easy to use platform.”

If that pitch sounds at all familiar to you, that’s because it’s basically describing what YouTube is. YouTube is one of the biggest video-hosting platforms online, and it’s free. Acesse is charging folks to use VideoMeet, and the prices for it are simply ridiculous.

When you initially sign up to use the platform, you’ll have to pay somewhere between $100 and $300. And once that payment has been paid, the monthly membership fee will continually charge you between $10 and $100 every single month.

That pricing model is absolutely ridiculous for something that’s already being offered for free, but this is far from the first MLM company we’ve seen that tried to make a buck off of a similar business model.

Paying for video hosting or sending simply doesn’t make sense in the world that we live in today, but the folks over at Acesse don’t seem to have subscribed to that mindset.

Here’s My iWowwe Final Thoughts!


Hopefully, you have enjoyed this iWowwe Review.

I wanted to give you this in-depth review because there have been plenty of other iWowwe reviews that don’t really give all the information you need.

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