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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the MCV Foundation all about?
  2. What is the DCV Poverty Alleviation Program? Is this similar to business networking?
  3. How does the DCV Poverty Alleviation Program of the Foundation compares with business networking, is it legal or not?
  4. How do you determine if a business company is engaged in illegal business networking?
  5. Who are qualified to participate in the different stages of the DCV Program? How is the donation made? Will there be separate CNS and Information Sheets?
  6. What are the basic requirements to the DCV Program?
  7. What are the important reminders in filling up the Information Sheet?
  8. How do participants give the donation?
  9. Can donations be given on installment basis?
  10. What documents will be given to the donor after his/her donation?
  11. How and who shall be responsible in transmitting Information Sheets and other documents of participants to the Main Enhancement Center?
  12. Is there compliance for each stage before collection of participating shares?
  13. Can the individual enhancer continue inviting participants even after completing the 3 invited participants?
  14. What happens if the participant would not like to invite 3 donors?
  15. How does a participant comply with the planting of 3 trees?
  16. How are individual participating shares collected?
  17. How many slots for each participant are allowed for the PS and IS stage? After the cut-off, what happens?
  18. What happens to the individual enhancement share when a participant in the PS who is not entered in IS invites 3 participants who would like to enter the IS?
  19. Can a participant collect his/her participating share if the compliance have not been complied with?
  20. How do participants monitor their status in the program?
  21. How many slots can be availed of at the FS?
  22. What is the maximum number of slots or CNS can a participant have at a time?
  23. When can the participant avail of the life insurance and hospitalization cash benefits?
  24. What are the requirements for Enhancement Officers to get incentives?
  25. How are incentives of officers collected?
  26. When the participant repeats the stage or chooses to proceed to the next stage, who will benefit from the upline incentive?
  27. Will there be incentives for Enhancement Officers and the Main Office staff if the participant repeats the stage?
  28. What about those who live outside the Philippines? Can they also participate?


Answers

1. Question: What is the MCV Foundation all about?

Answer: The MCV Foundation is a non-stock, non-profit and non-government organization. It is not engaged in business but in humanitarian and welfare works. It has objectives, mission and vision for humanitarian purposes as per SEC’s Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws. Its existence and implementation of its projects/objectives are dependent on solicitations, contributions or voluntary donations from its donors, be it individual, corporation or any group. The Foundation does not sell anything or ask investors to invest but will help in solving the problem of global warming and uplift millions of impoverished people from poverty, create millions of jobs or create income-generating activities, protect and preserve the environment by initiating the planting of millionstrees, help the government in its program for good governance, help in reducing the commission of crimes, help out the indigents from poor health conditions, from illiteracy, from pitiful social conditions, and low self-esteem by asking and encouraging valued donors to share love, show social concern, help the poor and needy by voluntarily donating to the DCV Program of the Foundation. The Foundation will help the poor realize their role in alleviating poverty themselves and realize their dreams to a happy life by giving free seminars on financial education, values, social and ethics as well as on life management education and leadership training. All of these are doable and can be realized thru participation to the DCV Poverty Alleviation Program of the Foundation.

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2. Question: What is the DCV Poverty Alleviation Program? Is this similar to business networking?

Answer: The DCV Poverty Alleviation Program of the Foundation is a unique program, copyrighted and open to everybody. It is non-sectarian, non-partisan, global in scope and there is no age limit. Although it has similarity to business companies engaged in business networking, as regards to some of its mechanics, the DCV Program is actually a different one in many aspects distancing itself from the stigma generated by some business companies who have in one way or the other engaged in illegal networking, pyramiding scams and other investment scams victimizing innocent investors, small or big ones. One big difference is that it is not directly engaged in any business and investment activities. It, however, endorses or patronizes special products to fight problems of global warming and poverty.

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3. Question: How does the DCV Poverty Alleviation Program of the Foundation compare with business networking, is it legal or not?

Answer: Please click here to see a Comparative Chart.

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4. Question: How do you determine if a business company is engaged in illegal business networking?

Answer: Business Companies which are engaged in networking / pyramiding as regulated by SEC/DTI are classified as illegal networking or in pyramiding scams as well as "Ponzi" schemes if they fall in any of the following:

a)
Sell their products or services overpriced as compared to the prevailing market price and the overprice is incorporated in the amount to be paid in joining the networking companies. Depending on the structure, the buyer / investor will be required to recruit several buyers / investors who would repeat or duplicate the process in order to earn and recover their invested money. In the end, the succeeding or last recruits will turn out to be the victims of the pyramiding scheme as they can no longer recruit anybody due to the high cost of joining or the market is already saturated, thus, the network will collapse.
b)
Collect contributions, joining fee, membership fee without selling products or services. This is an investment for a future discount, privilege or imaginary services as the price is incorporated in the networking and duplication method. As the privilege will mature at a certain given period of usage, the member may not avail of it or will not derive anything of value from the imaginary services, then he lost from the activity.
c)
They require money to be invested in their company for a promised double-your-money scheme for a certain period or offer investors a “too good to be true” kind of investment with a very high interest rate. At first, the investor will get the interest so he will be convinced to add some more investment with the lure of getting more ROI. But the truth is that the investor will only receive the interest once or twice and that the investor is being paid the interest from others’ invested money which is subsequently pooled. When much money from investors are pooled, the interest and even the principal can not be recovered as the covering checks begin to bounce and the owners of the investment company are nowhere to be found more so that the company will be found not to have the license to operate as an investment company. Then the scam has been consummated.

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5. Question: Who are qualified to participate in the different stages of the DCV Program? How is the donation made? Will there be separate CNS and Information Sheets?

Answer: All the stages are open to everybody. However, everyone should donate first to the Preparatory Stage or to the Initial stage before donating to the Final Stage. Nobody can proceed to the Final stage without graduating from the Initial Stage. Each stage will require a separate CNS/ Information Sheet. The donation will be given together with a fully filled up information sheet, sworn statement and required picture to the Main Office or any Enhancement Center. If the Donor/Giver will not be able to go to the Main Office or is far away or is abroad, he/she may send the requirements thru postal mailtogether with a xerox copy of the duplicate of the bank deposit slip for the corresponding donation to DCV Program Main Office.

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6. Question: What are the basic requirements to the DCV Program?

Answer: See the Join Us page for details.

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7. Question: What are the important reminders in filling up the Information Sheet?

Answer: To Participants, by filling up the Information Sheet/Documents, they shall fully fill up the form especially the number and name of the upline donor (the one who invited you to the DCV Program) if none or you found out through this website or our other material, just write "DCV Program" as your upline/upline name. All are to be printed and legible. If the participant has an ID Card number already, he should fill up the space provided for this. This is both applicable to donors/Givers who will participate and submit their Information sheets at the Main Office and Enhancement Centers of the Foundation or by Internet. This will avoid delays / problems of collection later.

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8. Question: How do participants give the donation?

Answer: This maybe given at the Main Office or to any enhancement center. Also, donation can be deposited to a bank specified by the Foundation when abroad or far from the Main Office. The duplicate original of the deposit slip shall be xeroxed and shall be attached to Information Sheet and other requirements and send to DCV Program Main Office thru postal mail.

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9. Question: Can donations be given on installment basis?

Answer: Donation to each program can be divided into two (2) payments within sixty (60) days from first remittance, however it is encouraged that it should be done one time to expedite the cycle of the program.

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10. Question: What documents will be given to the donor after his/her donation?

Answer: After the name of the participant had been entered into the master computer list of any stage of the program, he will be given his/her own independent CNS, ID card and Pay Order Form for the corresponding stage in due time.

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11. Question: How and who shall be responsible in transmitting Information Sheets and other documents of participants to the Main Enhancement Center?

Answer: In transmitting the Information Sheets and other documents to the Main Office, the Enhancement Center, in coordination with all Enhancement Officers, shall be responsible for the Information Sheet in the order of first in – first position basis. The Main Office will not accept Information Sheets not properly arranged according to date/time entry of receipt based on deposit slip or acknowledgement receipt and not fully and properly filled up. Positioning in the master computer list shall be as per time entry recorded or dictated by the computer program. However, for donors/participants who will not submit their Information Sheet through any Enhancement Officers, especially those who downloaded the Information Sheet from this website, may send/transmit the Information Sheet and other requirements directly to the Main Office of the DCV Program.

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12. Question: Is there compliance for each stage before collection of participating shares?

Answer: Yes, there is. Compliance shall be as per requirement on each stage. Immediate compliance means faster receipt of participating shares. Compliance for each stage are as follows:

  • Preparatory Stage: Donation of PHP 2,000.* and invite 3 donors
  • Initial Stage: Donation of PHP 3000.*, invite 3 donors and plant 3 trees
  • Final Stage: Donation of PHP 5000.* and plant 3 trees

*in Philippine Pesos (PHP) or U.S. Dollar equivalent

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13. Question: Can the individual enhancer continue inviting participants even after completing the 3 invited participants?

Answer: Individual Enhancers, after compliance of the 3 invited donors / participants can continue inviting participants to the PS or IS and with proper coordination with the Enhancement Center, shall be given the corresponding individual enhancement incentives by automatically deducting it as the donations are remitted. Note that these excess participants invited by an individual enhancer will be considered as included in the DCV Program’s pool of participants which will serve as reserves and will be used to fill in later the first 3 invites of donors who will not comply with the 3 invites requirement or for donors who would inform the main enhancement center that they will no longer invite 3 donors.

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14. Question: What happens if the participant would not like to invite 3 donors?

Answer: To the participants who would not want to invite 3 donors / participants to the program but would like only to donate, the Foundation will only fill the 3 participants requirement from the participants’ pool after the donor informed the Foundation of such decision immediately so the sixty (60) days deadline shall not be applied. However, only 50% of the total participant’s share shall be given to the donor.

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15. Question: How does a participant comply with the planting of 3 trees?

Answer: In planting 3 trees, participants shall comply within sixty (60) days requirement per level or immediately after donating to the Foundation. If they can not plant by themselves, they can have others do it for them for a fee at their expense at a place they have access, control and protection. The Foundation may do it for them at their expense to be deducted from their Participating Shares. This will be monitored and confirmed by the monitoring team of the Foundation before payment of participants’ shares.

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16. Question: How are individual participating shares collected?

Answer: Regarding collection of individual participating shares, it can be collected per level or lump sum subject to meeting compliance requirements within sixty (60) days per level, otherwise, it will be forfeited per level for valid reasons. Any participant’s share not yet forfeitable shall only be on hold in the name of the participant until compliance of requirements within the prescribed time. They may inquire about the latest CNS by calling the Main Office or visiting the news page. The Main Office will advise them on how to collect their participating shares.

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17. Question: How many slots for each participant are allowed for the PS and IS stage? After the cut-off, what happens?

Answer: Only one slot at a time shall be allowed each participant at the Preparatory Stage and Initial Stage but after the cycle / cut-off and receipt of the corresponding Participating Shares at that stage, the participant can donate again and repeat the cycle. The old CNS and Pay Order Form will be cancelled and be issued a new CNS and Pay Order Form. This is a continuous, unlimited and repetitive process. Similarly, enhancers shall be required to donate first at the PS or IS before they can avail of the incentives and participating shares for the proper program.

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18. Question: What happens to the individual enhancement share when a participant in the PS who is not entered in IS invites 3 participants who would like to enter the IS?

Answer: In rare and isolated cases, where the enhancer participated in the PS but had invited 3 participants to the IS, he/she shall be allowed entry to the IS first, before considering the participation to the IS program of his/her 3 invited participants, utilizing his / her expected individual IS enhancement share of Php 1,500. as his/her initial donation to the IS Program, thereby giving him/her right for the issuance of a CNS to the IS. This is applicable, vice versa, when the enhancer is entered in IS but not to PS.

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19. Question: Can a participant collect his/her participating share if the compliances have not been complied with?

Answer: He / she cannot collect if the compliances have not been complied with. If compliances are met and a participant is to collect, he / she should bring always with him his / her Pay Order Form and ID Card for verification. If he / she will collect thru a representative, a Special Power of Attorney or a letter of authority duly signed by the participant shall be prescribed, a valid ID of the representative, the ID Card of the participant and the Pay Order Form.

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20. Question: How do participants monitor their status in the program?

Answer: For monitoring of a participant’s status / latest CNS – he / she can call during business hours for inquiry at the Main Office and compare the result with the latest CNS per level in the participant’s Pay Order Form. The latest CNS is also available through this website in the News page.

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21. Question: How many slots can be availed of at the FS?

Answer: At the Final Stage (FS), two slots can be availed of by a single participant at a given time with different CNS and Information Sheet.

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22. Question: What is the maximum number of slots or CNS can a participant have at a time?

Answer: After graduation from all the stages, any participant can have four slots at the same time and may have repetitious donations. He/she may also enjoy receipt of participating shares from all stages again and again.

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23. Question: When can the participant avail of the life insurance and hospitalization cash benefits?

Answer: At the Initial Stage, participants may only have the opportunity (optional) to be insured (life and accident) and have cash allowance, if hospitalized, when they start receiving their participating shares from different levels which will be partially used for premium payment. With their receivables or Participating Shares, there is already assurance of continuous payment.

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24. Question: What are the requirements for Enhancement Officers to get incentives?

Answer: For Enhancement Officers, no assignment paper, no incentive. All Enhancement Officers must pass the screening process/seminar and confirmation, through a panel of Core Officers.

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25. Question: How are incentives of officers collected?

Answer: For collection of officers’ incentives, the necessary protocol, channeling and monitoring standard/procedure shall be followed with supporting documents on a per Enhancement Center basis. The Enhancement Center shall arrange Information Sheets and documents of participants for a given period with attached summary of donors certified and signed by the officer-in-charge of the Enhancement Center and the Municipal Enhancer. The Provincial Enhancer will collect these from the Municipal Enhancers and will consolidate them province-wide and attach his/her transmittal report / summary affixing his/her signature. In turn, the Regional Enhancer will collect reports from the Provincial Enhancers and consolidate these region-wide and attach his/her transmittal report/summary affixing his/her signature and proceed to Main Office or coordinate with Sectoral Enhancers for transmittal. Collection will be through Enhancement Center or distributed by Regional Enhancer.

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26. Question: When the participant repeats the stage or chooses to proceed to the next stage, who will benefit from the upline incentive?

Answer: When a participant repeats each stage or makes the choice to proceed to the next stage, the Foundation shall be the beneficiary of the individual enhancement incentive or the first level of the Pay Order Form.

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27. Question: Will there be incentives for Enhancement Officers and the Main Office staff if the participant repeats the stage?

Answer: Incentives for Enhancement Officers and the Main Office staff derived from new participants shall also be applicable when participants have repeated the PS and IS stages only, provided subject participants entered their participation at the same Enhancement Center they have entered before.

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28. Question: What about those who live outside the Philippines? Can they also participate?

Answer: Donors / participants from all over the world and from all nationalities are very welcome. Donations are payable in either Philippine pesos or U.S. dollars as per joining instructions.

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