Govvi’s website does not include information on the company’s ownership or executives. There is a corporate address in Utah supplied.
Govvi’s website domain (“govvi.com”) was registered for the first time in 2015. On April 18th, 2022, the private registration was last updated.
According to the WayBack Machine, the domain was for sale in late 2021. This implies that the domain was acquired by Govvi’s owners in April 2022.
The current Govvi website appears to have crashed in June 2022.
Govvi has an official YouTube channel, which is not accessible from their website.
A video named “Govvi Q&A” was released to the channel on June 10th, 2022:
Lance Conrad introduces himself as Govvi’s CEO in the video. Conrad is on the right, while Govvi’s President of Central and South America, Roberto D Celaya, is on the left.
Conrad is also listed as Govvi’s founder in the company’s marketing materials.
Lance Conrad was introduced to BehindMLM in 2017 as a member of the Divvee management team.
Divvee was involved in securities fraud at the time through Ryze, a firm controlled by serial Ponzi starter Travis Bott.
Later that year, Divvee was relaunched as Nui. It is unknown when Conrad departed the firm.
Following Divvee Conrad, B-Epic signed on as Master Distributor.
I was unable to determine whether Roberto Celaya had an MLM past, maybe owing to linguistic issues.
It is unclear why Govvi does not give executive information on their website.
Continue reading for an in-depth examination of Govvi’s MLM potential.
“Boost Fuel Tabs” are Govvi’s signature product.
Govvi’s advertising depicts the use of Boost Fuel Tabs.
increases mileage per gallon, increases power and performance, and decreases emissions and exhaust.
Govvi members have claimed 5%, 10%, 15%, and even 20% more miles per gallon.
One tablet treats 15-20 gallons of gasoline and is suitable for all cars, including diesel engines.
Our recipe is EPA registered and employs technology created by Nobel Prize winning chemists.
Govvi Boost Fuel Tabs are $35 for a pack of five.
Govvi’s Pay Plan The compensation plan at B-Eco combines retail sales with a strong emphasis on autoship recruiting.
Affiliate Ranks on Govvi
Govvi’s pay scheme includes six affiliate ranks.
They are as follows, along with their respective qualification criteria:
Maintain a monthly Boost Fuel Tabs purchase and hire one Promoter.
Rising Star – keep a monthly order and hire two Promoters (placed one on each side of the binary team)
Star – keep your Rising Star qualification and create 1000 GV per week in lower binary team side volume.
Star Maker – keep your Rising Star certification and earn 2000 GV every week in lower binary team side volume.
Rock Star – keep your Rising Star status and create 4000 GV every week in weaker binary team side volume.
Super Star – keep your Rising Star status and create 8000 GV each week in weaker binary team side volume.
Commissions on retail sales
Govvi affiliates get a commission on the retail sale of Boost Fuel Tabs.
Retail commissions are calculated as the difference between the retail and autoship prices.
First Order Bonus for the Business Pack
If a retail customer or recruited affiliate signs up for a $99.99 per month Business Pack autoship (7 Boost Fuel Tab packs), the referring/recruiting affiliate gets 35% of the first order generated sales volume.
Govvi uses a binary compensation scheme to pay residual commissions.
In a binary compensation system, an affiliate is placed at the top of a binary team, which is divided into two sides (left and right):
The binary team’s initial level has two slots. The binary team’s second level is created by dividing the initial two slots into two more positions each (4 positions).
As needed, subsequent levels of the binary team are constructed, with each successive level containing twice as many spots as the preceding level.
Positions on the binary team are filled through direct and indirect affiliate recruiting. It should be noted that there is no limit to how deep a binary team may develop.
Govvi totals new retail and recruited affiliate order volume on both sides of the binary team at the conclusion of each week.
On the weaker binary team side, residual commissions are paid as a proportion of volume, dependent on rank:
Rising Stars get a residual commission rate of 10%.
Stars get a residual commission rate of 12%.
Star Makers get a residual commission rate of 15%.
Rock Stars get a residual commission rate of 18%.
Super Stars get a residual commission rate of 20%.
Once paid out, volume is flooded against the stronger binary team side.
Any remaining volume on the stronger binary team continues over into the following week.
Bonus for Matching
Govvi associates receive a 20% match on residual earnings generated by directly recruited affiliates.
Bonus for Generation
A Generation Bonus is available to Star Maker and higher rated Govvi affiliates.
Govvi uses a unilevel compensation framework to monitor generations.
In a unilevel compensation system, an affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team, with every individually recruited affiliate placed right under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates acquire new affiliates, they are assigned to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on for an unlimited number of levels.
When a Star Maker or above is found in a unilevel team leg, Govvi considers it as a generation.
This concludes the first generation for that leg, with the second generation starting shortly after.
If a second Star Maker or higher rated affiliate is discovered deeper within the leg, the second generation is terminated and the third generation begins underneath them.
Star Maker and higher ranking Govvi affiliates get a 10% Generation Bonus on up to four generations every unilevel team leg using this generational structure:
Star Makers are eligible for a 10% Generational Bonus on up to two generations every unilevel team leg.
Rock Stars are eligible for a 10% Generational Bonus on up to three generations every unilevel team leg.
Super Stars are eligible for a 10% Generational Bonus on up to four generations every unilevel team leg.
Global Bonus Fund
Govvi contributes 2% of weekly company-wide income to the Global Bonus Pool.
The Global Bonus Pool is split evenly between Super Star Promoters.
Govvi Life Prize
The Govvi Life Reward is a recruitment incentive for autoships. Govvi pays autoship affiliates who recruit autoship affiliates.
A monthly PV of 35 is generated by an autoship order of one Boost Fuel Tab.
The Govvi Life Reward is divided into four levels:
maintain a Boost Fuel Tabs autoship order, recruit and keep two affiliates on autoship who each recruit and retain two affiliates on autoship = $50 monthly Govvi Life Reward keeps a Boost Fuel Tabs autoship order, recruits and keeps three affiliates on autoship, and each affiliate recruits three affiliates on autoship = $150 monthly Govvi Life Prize
maintain a Boost Fuel Tabs autoship order, recruit and retain four affiliates on autoship, each of whom recruits four affiliates on autoship = $250 monthly Maintaining a Boost Fuel Tabs autoship order, recruiting and maintaining five affiliates on autoship who recruit five affiliates on autoship of their own = $350 monthly Govvi Life Prize
The aforementioned Govvi Life Reward benefits are quadrupled if the autoship orders are 70 PV or more per month.
The purchase of Boost Fuel Tabs is required to join Govvi Govvi affiliate membership.
Given that Govvi affiliates must maintain a monthly order, the monthly cost of Boost Fuel Tabs becomes the de facto cost of affiliate membership:
Starter Pack is $24.99 per month.
$49.99 per month for the Family Pack
$99.99 per month for the Business Pack
Conclusion of Govvi
Something strange is going on here…
Lance Conrad is/was B-Master Epic’s Distributor.
B-Eco, B-own Epic’s fuel tablets potential, was released earlier this year. B-Epic advertises their gasoline tabs as “exclusive”:
Apart from their links to B-Epic, we know the B-Eco and Govvi fuel tabs are identical since they employ the same marketing:
You’re looking at an Xtreme Green reseller if you find gasoline tabs and mentions of a 1973 Nobel Prize, Geoffrey Wilkinson, and Ernst Otto Fischer.
Nothing is wrong with it. However, how Govvi was established as a direct rival to B-Eco when it is managed by the company’s (former?) Master Distributor raises serious concerns.
Earlier afternoon, a slew of Govvi SEO spam articles appeared on numerous press-release websites:
As can be seen, the goal appears to be to conceal search results for BehindMLM and Govvi.
G3 Development is the source of the Govvi SEO spam:
Adam Paul Green is the owner of G3 Development.
Green has been running a spam marketing factory aimed at BehindMLM for almost a decade:
Govvi appears to have sought to get ahead of BehindMLM’s examination of Govvi.
What are they attempting to conceal?
Govvi is essentially a B-Eco clone led by the company’s current/former Master Distributor, who is now CEO.
B-Eco is a subsidiary of B-Epic, which is owned by serial scammers Dan Putnam and Angel Rodriguez.
In 2020, the SEC charged Putnam and Rodriguez with securities fraud.
The SEC claims Putnam, Ramirez, and Rodriguez cheated consumers out of at least $12 million through different schemes. The case is still ongoing.
Lance Conrad and Angel Rodriguez have been friends on social media in the run-up to Govvi’s debut.
I believe Rodriguez and Putnam are the proprietors of Govvi.
During my evaluation of B-Eco, I assumed that B-Epic had purchased the rights to Xtreme Green’s fuel tabs (manufactured by parent company Pro One).
Expanding on that, it appears that the intention is to sell the rights through two rival firms. It remains to be seen whether any additional Xtreme Green fuel tab firms emerge.
An SEC lawsuit looming over the company’s owners’ heads, along with shady marketing methods, is reason enough to go.
Even if we overlook it, as we did with B-Eco, the issue with Govvi as an MLM opportunity is that it is a pyramid scam.
Because there is no discernible difference between B-Eco and Govvi, I’ll simply quote from BehindMLM’s B-Eco review;
B-Eco is unmistakably a product-based pyramid scam.
To qualify for commissions, prospective affiliates must first purchase gasoline tabs when they sign up and maintain a monthly order.
In MLM, commission qualifying should never be linked to affiliate orders. It forms the basis of a product-based pyramid scheme.
B-Eco associates are then asked to recruit others who do the same after committing to their own monthly order.
Dan Putnam intends to profit from increased gas prices with B-Eco. So he’s started a new pyramid scam in which he promises riches.
Aside from regulatory compliance, the bulk of MLM pyramid scheme participants are statistically assured to lose money.
The SEC has charged Putnam with operating Ponzi schemes. Perhaps the FTC will do the same with his B-Epic-branded pyramid scams one day.
This analysis is most likely what Govvi was attempting to conceal with G3 Development spam.
I don’t believe I need to comment on an MLM firm and its owners that would prefer bury fraud than handle it (or better yet, stop doing it).