Asirvia Reviews – Don’t Join Asirvia Before Reading This Review

AsirviaWelcome to my Asirvia Review!

Recently a lot of people have been talking about a new MLM Company called Asirvia. So, I have decided to find out more details about them.

I am sure that you would like to learn as much as you can about them, before investing your precious cash.

So, I have spent some time preparing this review just for you. I have divided the information into company profile, products, compensation plan and finally my thoughts.

Scroll below to see all the details!

What Is Asirvia?

Asirvia is a New Hampshire, USA based company. They do not share any information about their owner or management team on their website. However, after a thorough search, I have found that the company is owned by Don Smith and Kevin Marino.

The website of Asirvia was registered in December 2016 and set to expire in December 2017. So, there’s only a couple of months before it expires.

They draw most of their web traffic from the USA. However, apart from the USA, they receive healthy web traffic from Canada, UK, Australia, and India.

That is all about the company. Let’s check out their products.

Products Offered By Asirvia

Asirvia seels and promotes a Bluetooth device called Asirvia Go. This device automatically promotes your business on every nearby Android phone. This has a range of 100m and sends messages to all devices which have their Bluetooth turned on.

Pricing details are listed below

  • $25 a month for one unit
  • $49 a month for three units or
  • $99 a month for eight units

You also need to pay an additional $30 onetime activation fee.

The Asirvia Compensation Plan

You must first join Asirvia as an affiliate member to benefit from their compensation plan. After you become an affiliate, you can earn 25% direct sales commission for the first month on all products sold. This is reduced to 10% from the second month onward.

If you manage to sell 3 devices and sponsor 1 affiliate member, you will become an Independent Representative. Now you will receive a residual commission through a binary/unilevel compensation structure.

Here you will be put on top and your sponsored members will be in your two downlines (level 1). The members those on level 1 sponsor will be in level 2. This way it will continue until level 5. The commission rate is 10% for level 1 and 5% for level 2 onwards.

You will earn daily sales commissions based on your affiliate rank and sales volume. Check below for details.

  • Associate ($1000 monthly downline volume) – $1 a day
  • Senior Associate ($4000 monthly downline volume) – $4 a day
  • Leader ($10,000 monthly downline volume) – $10 a day
  • Senior Leader ($20,000 monthly downline volume) – $20 a day
  • Manager ($30,000 monthly downline volume) – $30 a day
  • Senior Manager ($50,000 monthly downline volume) – $50 a day
  • Regional Manager ($75,000 monthly downline volume) – $75 a day
  • Director ($100,000 monthly downline volume) – $100 a day
  • Senior Director ($150,000 monthly downline volume) – $150 a day
  • Regional Director ($200,000 monthly downline volume) – $200 a day
  • Executive ($300,000) monthly downline volume) – $300 a day
  • Senior Executive ($600,000 monthly downline volume) – $500 a day
  • Regional Executive ($1,000,000 monthly downline volume) – $750 a day
  • Vice President ($1,500,000 monthly downline volume) – $1000 a day
  • Senior Vice President ($2,500,000 monthly downline volume) – $1500 a day
  • Regional Vice President ($5,000,000 monthly downline volume) – $2000 a day
  • Ambassador ($7,500,000 monthly downline volume) – $2500 a day
  • Global Ambassador ($10,000,000 monthly downline volume) – $3000 a day

Matching bonus on the Daily Base Pay earnings are shown below

  • Associate – 25% match on level 1 (Personally enrolled members)
  • Leader – 25% match on level 1 and 10% match on level 2
  • Manager – 25% match on level 1, 10% match on level 2 and 5% match on level 3
  • Director – 25% match on level 1, 10% match on level 2 and 5% match on levels 3 and 4
  • Executive – 25% match on level 1, 10% match on level 2 and 5% match on levels 3 to 5

My Final Thoughts On Asirvia

Unlike most other MLM companies, Asirvia has a physical product. This means that you can actually sell something and make your money back.

However, the product itself is difficult to sell in my opinion. First, you need to be within 100m of the device to receive marketing communication. Secondly, your phone’s Bluetooth needs to be turned on for the messages to display in your device. To get people to make purchases you must come up with creative solutions. If you are up to this task, then you can join their network.

I hope you enjoyed my Asirvia review and learned a thing or two about the company and their business model.

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Again, I hope you enjoyed this review and I’ll see you all at the top!

God bless,

Nathaniel Laurent

 PS. All questions are welcomed, feel free to comment below… again God bless!


  1. Patricia Brady says:

    Do not purchase Asirvia Go! Consumer Beware! I purchased Asirvia Go back in August and never received it. They charged me the initial fee of $115 and then began charging me a monthly service fee of $50. When I tried to contact them they only had an automated message center with no live reps available to assist you. You can only send an email. I have sent numerous emails to no avail. The last two emails a month ago, indicated they already credited my account for partial payment of $25 for the initial fee and $50 for the monthly fee. However, to date there is no credit to my account. I sent another email and now they say if I agree to reopen my Asirvia Go account and send me a new device only then will they refund me the full amount. That makes no sense! Why should I be responsible to pay for something I never received! This is obviously a scam!. I had to close my account in order to prevent further fraudulent charges. I hope this review will alert others not to make the same mistake I made.

    • I have dozens of customers who have ALL received their GO units within 5-14 business days of ordering. Sorry if you truly had a negative experience but this is definitely an isolated case. I bought 8 of the Go units, they work better than advertised and I have no issue with the company..

  2. Melissa Logsdon says:

    My sister is involved with Aservia and I’ve questioned so much of their activities. I’ve followed the Aservia corporate page on FaceBook and, in the past, saw negative comments (similar to what Patricia Brady posted herein). I began seeing comments that made me believe that people were getting ripped off (worried mostly about my sister). I made several comments on posts – questioning various actions. The response? I am no longer able to make comments on the Aservia corporate page in any way. ALL you will find are comments like “Yay! Best thing ever!”, “Go Aservia!”, “We’ll win!”, etc. Lots of hype – but yet NOTHING from ANYONE to show that they are actually making money AFTER their expenses are taken out. I’m still leary … and still fear my sister is getting ripped off. Maybe she’s not … but I’ve yet to hear that her income is more than her expenses. 🙁

  3. AVOID ASIRVIA! They tell you the device sends message……? Well the message goes to the Google Nearby setting on an Android, not any IPhones and you must have Bluetooth turned on for it to maybe work within 100 yards! How many people check Google Nearby on their settings? I was led to believe it was a text message! I drove past a friends restaurant last night where I had a demo set up – the message never registered on my phone. All hype – no substance! I’ll stick with USI-TECH – EVERYBODY makes money!

  4. $200 down the drain. What a scam. Been trying since December and it’s always the same excuse. It’s google’s fault. 2 of my devices do not display on any device. The other one still can’t activate. Zero support.

  5. Darrick Adams says:

    I purchased 8 — soon as they were delivered, I turned on all 8 and put 4 smartphones near them — NO messages popped up on the smartphones, but did go to a “backpage” on Google’s “nearby”.

    The device will only promote websites addresses that contain “asirvia” in the link, anything else is sent to a back page link that doesn’t contain the web address that your promoting.

    My website informs me in real time when someone hits the site. I also put this observation on the side of the GO units and noticed that even though the GO dashboard was saying that the unit was getting hits, my website never dinged once — I don’t need a device that just merely informs smartphones that it’s in the area, I need a device that actually does what it promises and places a visible link before the custome — you know, POS (Point of Sale).

    If the unit could do what it promises, it would be a no-brainer investment. Until then, it falls into the scam category.

    The red flag: When a company tells you: No Refunds.

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