IXQ TV Review – Proper TV Streaming MLM or Pirated Scam?

Welcome to my IXQ TV Review!

This is one of the latest network marketing companies in the streaming space to pop up so I decided to check it our for myself.

Chances are someone approached you about the business opportunity and you landed here to make sure it’s legit.

The good news is I am going to walk you through everything so you can make the right decision.

Find out if this is legit or a scam…

IXQ TV Review – Company

IXQ TV review

IXQ TV has no information on who runs or owns the company which in my opinion is pretty important.

I do know that the IXQ TV website domain “ixqtv.com” was registered on April 26th, 2018.

David Bremner popped up on the owner list and an address in Virginia USA.

Bremner was the owner of a company called vStream TV back in 2015.

Those boxes sold for $349, but was preloaded with pirated content.

As of right now, the old vStream TV website redirects to a company called Lifestyle Savings Network.

Which is another MLM owned by David.

This was another Kodi android box…

Anyway, that’s all I got on the company, let’s take a look at the products next…

IXQ TV Reviews – Products

IXQ TV products

IXQ TV promotes “unlimited streaming” service that starts at $39 per month.

According to their website:

Over 5,000 Live Channels to watch. Access your streaming content through any mobile device, computer, smart tv or Andriod Box.

You will get access for up to 6 devices to be logged in at the same time. No more fighting over who watches what.

Below are the packages you can purchase:

  • $39 a month or $429 a year gets you two to two concurrent stream connections
  • $51 a month or $561 a year gets you access to four concurrent stream connections
  • $63 a month or $693 a year gets you access to six concurrent stream connections

IXQ TV Compensation Plan

IXQ TV pays members on both selling their streaming service to retail customers and sponsor new members.

Also there are performance based bonuses as well:

  • Affiliate Ranks
  • Retail/Sponsoring Commissions
  • Residual Commissions
  • Matching Bonus
  • Generation Bonus
  • Rank Achievement Bonus
  • LifeStyle Bonuses

To get a better understanding on the compensation plan, check out the video below and watch it all the way through.

Note:  This video will be biased because it’s done by an affiliate, so just keep that in mind.

IXQ TV Review Of Compensation Plan

Make sure you watch that all the way through to get a good understanding…

Cost To Join IXQ TV

IXQ TV will run you $59.95 per month as an affiliate.

Now the moment you have been waiting for inside of this IXQ TV review…

Video Summary Review

Final Verdict

vStreamTV sold boxes where IXQ TV is just a flat out streaming service.

Now, the biggest issue I found was the lack of disclosures…

Do they really have permission to broadcast copyrighted content?

This is what their website said:

Is IXQTV Legal?

Watching TV content streamed over the internet is legal. However, it is not legal to download or record any material that is copyrighted.

Some IPTV services stream content from servers that have recorded the content, and many times the content is copyrighted.

Even though you are watching it as it as streamed, such as a movie-on-demand, since someone had to record the content in order for you to be able to watch it, copyright laws may have been violated. That is why IXQTV does not have any VOD content.

As for the streamed content, the aggregator of the content that ixqTV uses purchases content from the content owners through arrangements known in the industry as “carriage deals”.

The rates the aggregator pays for the right to stream this content are determined by a fee scale based on how many customers will be viewing the content.

Because the aggregator is licensed to stream the content through these carriage deals with the various content owners, and because IXQTV does not stream recorded content, IXQTV is legal.

Only issue is…

Who is this aggregator?

They should be transparent about this if it was legit right?

Personally, if they can’t provide evidence about having permission on broadcasting copyrighted content, then it’s just a huge redflag.

There has been plenty of network marketing companies in this space in the past who did the same thing, but are getting sued by the owners of the content.

I would personally not recommend this company unless they give you the proper disclosures and proof they are indeed allowed to broadcast that content.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed my IXQ TV review and if you have any questions, feel free to ask below…

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