VoiParty – Facts, News and Reviews

by louabbott on December 5, 2009

The VoiParty website describes their new MLM opportunity this way:

Turn Your Existing Phone and Internet Service into a lucrative Home Based Business.

Voiparty is the world’s first international peer-to-peer IXC network. IXC or Inter-Exchange Communications is a multi-billion dollar monthly revenue stream generated on the wholesale side of the telecommunications industry. This passive income stream has never been offered as a home based business opportunity. Through our unique network architecture you can plug into this revenue stream by simply connecting your home telephone and internet to our VoiParty Connection device. This is a home based business opportunity unlike anything that has ever seen before.

The idea seems brilliant.  If you have a high speed Internet connection and have an area code in the USA or Canada (only countries open as of this review date), you can buy their equipment earn money by serving as an incoming router for Internet calls into your area code.
Uniquely, VoiParty is saying up front that this a “limited time” opportunity.  Evidently, after they have sufficient portals in each area code, they will not need more

Voiparty is structured in such a way, that for a limited time – you can become a VIP member and get paid to help grow our network.

The Company:  The VoiParty website gives the follow information about the company:

Voiparty is a technology holding company formed in 2005 with the express purpose of turning a brilliant idea into a reality. Our founders have over 50 years of combined experience in the field of telecommunications, e-commerce and internet marketing. Over the past four years we have invested hundreds of thousands of dollars and thousands of man hours to develop the technology that has allowed us to create the world’s first peer-to-peer interexchange carrier.

Founders and Executives:
Dr. Ciro Martinez IIPaul JorgensenVoiParty Compensation Plan: a 3 x 12 forced matrix with qualifications to get paid on the deeper levels. Download the Comp Plan PDF.

(Caution: while there is nothing inherently wrong with a “forced matrix” plan, they usually come with a promise of “”spillover.”  Spillover occurs when your sponsor or other people in your upline place people below you.  The ‘whole truth’ is that spillover only happens if you have a sponsor or upline close to you in the matrix who are recruiting lots of people.  Often, that is not the case.)

Costs: $199 one time for the equipment and $29 per year. Beyond that the company claims that there are “No Quotas, No Monthly Minimums, and No Monthly Recurring Fees.”

Return Policy or Guarantee: see Policies and Procedures

VoiParty Policies and Procedures

VoiParty LLC
42223 Del Prado Blvd. S.
Cape Coral, FL  33904

Critical Review: VoiPartyReview.com posts some important analysis to consider.

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Priscilla O April 22, 2015 at 9:10 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Now this slimeball Joe Machado……Takes everybody’s money and now puts everything under his wife’s name to continue his antics…I can’t believe he is out of jail and allowed to continue. Now they have started MJM Capital Consultants….UNREAL!


Jack May 26, 2013 at 5:54 am Thumb up 2 Thumb down 2

@ John, where can I find and read the indictment?


John January 12, 2013 at 1:48 pm Thumb up 7 Thumb down 2

Joe Machado and Ciro also ratted out a boat load of other guys to buy their prison time down. And they weren’t victims of some housing crash. Read the indictment. They were working in conjunction with a crooked lawyer who was giving cash back to buyers, falsifying mortgage applications, disbursing escrow to sellers before the closing, and intimidating and using people to do their bidding all the while living a luxury lifestyle on huge credit lines. The two of them are complete pieces of shit. Then they hid money before going to prison so their wives could continue to live it up on the backs of all the people they fleeced. I don’t know about Machado, but Ciro Martinez with his fake ass doctorate did time for fraud in the 1990’s too. Straight garbage to the core.


Ciro September 9, 2011 at 10:52 am Thumb up 5 Thumb down 9

Just wanted to let Leo and Crystal know they won’t be hearing from me for at least 8 years, as I am in jail. Hopefully I can put on some muscle quick because I’m scared to go into the yard. Thanks for giving me your money though. Although if you would have given some more I might have been able to find a better lawyer. I guess the glove did fit after all.


Luisa Betancourt-Chavez March 28, 2014 at 8:31 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 1

I have a letter I wrote to you. Please, if someone can let me know what facility I can mail him this letter, I would greatly appreciate it.



Crystal August 20, 2011 at 2:44 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 4

People really should educate themselves and have all the facts, before casting judgment and slandering others. People assume many things such as… when a home is financed doesn’t a lender own the loan? And if a borrower doesn’t pay shouldn’t the lender have a right to foreclose?

That first question is not as simple as they may have you believe. A large proportion of the institutions that we see as “lenders” don’t actually own the loans they make. Instead, they create loans and then sell them to issuers. The issuers package the loans to create mortgage-backed securities (MBS) and those securities are then sold to investors worldwide. The investors, in turn, are represented by a trustee. That means, according to ruling by federal judge Christopher Boyko of the U.S. District Court in Ohio, that many foreclosures cannot proceed, because the actual loan owners are not the lenders that originally issued the loans — even though the names of those original note holders continue to appear in official records.

The Wall Street banks’ foreclosure system is a mess. Their total disregard for mortgage laws and standards is what created the foreclosure epidemic in the first place and now, their total mismanagement is catching up to them. Some of the largest mortgage lenders – JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and GMAC (now called Ally) – have been forced to halt foreclosures in 23 states and growing. Wall Street banks cannot be trusted or relied upon to follow basic rules. We have to hold them accountable. At the very least, they must provide the mortgage notes.

When Wall Street banks securitized, packaged, sold, and resold our mortgages, they created a system where it is often impossible to figure out who actually owns mortgage notes and therefore has the authority to foreclose on properties. But the big banks are getting tangled up in their own web. Recent events have exposed a handful of banks that are throwing families out of their homes even though they don’t have the mortgage note that proves they actually have a legal right to do so. I personally know someone who had two banks trying to foreclose on the same home, and have heard, in at least one case, of a bank trying to foreclose on a house where the homeowner had never even taken out a mortgage with anyone in the first place.

It is important that one contact their bank and demand to see the original note on their mortgage.

Now ask yourself this…..Who are the fraudulent ones? The people or the Bankers (lenders). Remember this could happen to YOU.


Leo August 19, 2011 at 2:00 pm Thumb up 3 Thumb down 3

Ciro and Joe collectively owned a lot of property, and as most people know, property value has hit the toilet in Florida. As a consequence mortgage values exceed property values. The more property one controls; the deeper in the sewer one finds himself in. The bankers get to take their properties back, but are unable to re-coup the monies loaned out. So guess what happens? They get a little pissed when one guy commands so much real estate, and now Ciro gets beat up cause the banks post a loss. it is that simple…..do I feel sorry for the banks who just got bail out money….billions….and the citizens hold the bag….NOT…and by the way…what does that have to do with Voiparty…Nothing…Your point is #1 inaccurate, #2 valueless #3 intended to attack a company that is above reproach.


donna groom August 6, 2012 at 12:25 pm Thumb up 2 Thumb down 0

is that a fact???? I think they took MY money….all 13.5K plus the other 4.5 million they took from everyone else for the 1057 colocation gateways that were never paid for by the way!!! They will be in jail for a very long time but I want my money back! Yes they are a bunch of thieves! They have not been charged with voiparty fraud….YET!


Ciro August 18, 2011 at 3:16 pm Thumb up 4 Thumb down 2

That is confidential John, and if the glove don’t fit you must acquit.


john June 18, 2011 at 8:42 pm Thumb up 9 Thumb down 3

Ciro Martinez and Joe Machado have been indicted for fraud in th Southern District of Florida, and are facing up to over 100 years in prison. Charges include conspiracy, wire fraud, mortgage fraud, etc. Just thought you should know.


louabbott June 19, 2011 at 7:57 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 2

“John” – do you have a reference or link?


Joe September 23, 2010 at 2:07 pm Thumb up 2 Thumb down 2

Is Voiparty the next program set to rip you off? Is it just the latest scam to hit the MLM world? Maybe, but I don’t think so. So far VoiParty has been everything as advertised. As someone who put up the $287.00 investment I will tell you first hand what I know. From there, you make your own decision. First, I got the network box as promised. Second, I have tested the box and it works. Third, I have received a few checks that have all cleared the bank.

The network box has caller id, calling waiting, unlimited calling and all that was advertised. So, is there really a Voiparty scam, lets look a little closer.

Joe Machado, their CEO physically exists, you can even Google him. I met him and Dr. Ciro Martinez here in Denver and at our Summer Bash. I’ve been to their offices located in Cape Coral Florida. Why would scam artists invite me to their offices to meet all the owners? There are also almost 20,000 other people that have bought these devices as well.

Yes, I’m an owner of a Voiparty router so call me biased. However, I believe in this program and one of my good friends is a telecommunications engineer and had reviewed their presentation. I asked him, is what they are doing legit? He says yes, he understands the program/technology and said it’s all legitimate. He has since bought his own connection device. So again, is there really a Voiparty scam? I don’t think so.

I have my name and my picture on my site. You can also find me in Facebook under VoiParty Business. I have a family of four and live in a nice home, quite honestly I have a great life. I would never scam anyone, let alone family and friends. If you are local to me, you can even come by and visit. So, if there is a Voiparty scam, I guess I’m out $287 but that is all. Is that too big a risk? You decide. I actually have received almost 7 times that amount from VoiParty, Inc.

Every business has risk. I was willing (after meeting the owners) and doing my own due diligence that a $287 risk was worth a $100,000+ a year potential income. In conclusion, I don’t think there is a Voiparty scam and I hope I’ve helped you to determine the same. Feel free to contact me at voipartylegacy@gmail.com and I will be happy to answer any questions you have.
Denver, CO


Joe September 7, 2010 at 1:25 pm Thumb up 2 Thumb down 2


There is a product. The product is an actual, physical router. I own one and it’s installed in my home office and so do close to 20,000 other members. You get paid from IXC carrier termination fees for phone calls the company routes through these connection devices.

You do get a small bonus for referring new members to the network. They do this because they company is not publicly advertising right now and we need to grow and complete a network of approximately 1.3 million connection devices. This keeps their overhead low as well and can offer more money to their device owners. They are using a viral marketing through word of mouth to accomplish this.

Your residual income comes from the IXC termination fees of your own device and a percentage of the total devices in your organization. We are all helping to build and complete this network and those who refer more members are rewarded with more money. The company only asks you to bring in 3 which isn’t much to ask at all. If you want more info, send me an email at voipartylegacy@gmail.com or see the presentation at freeofthebox dot com slash legacy There is a link in Steelman’s post on April 20 that explains everything.

Best Regards,


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