An Unbiased Pro Travel Plus Review – Should You Join?
So there’s yet another Network Marketing company in pre-launch that’s getting some buzz. The company is called Pro Travel Plus, and if you stumbled on this article you’re probably doing some research on the company before you join as a distributor. If that’s the case, look no further. In this Pro Travel Plus Review, I’ll cover all the essential details you need to know before getting started. I’ll also go into the actual compensation plan so you’ll get a pretty good idea of how to get paid. Before moving forward, I do want to disclose that I’m not a Pro Travel Plus distributor, nor have I used their services. I say that to let you know that it really doesn’t make a difference to me whether you join or not so you can be sure that you’ll be getting an unbiased Pro Travel Plus Review.
Who is Pro Travel Plus?
Sadly, there isn’t much information available on the actual company. I scoured the Internet and really couldn’t find out who the actual owner is or who is on the corporate team. I also couldn’t find out where the company is located. The only thing I discovered after viewing some videos on YouTube is that a gentleman by the name of Seth Fraser is the company’s CEO. It seems that Seth Fraser has been around the Industry for a while. He was affiliated with That Free Thing, and more recently he was involved with Kannaway. From the looks of it, Pro Travel Plus is offering members a discount on travel. Members also have access to a $500 voucher they can use on airline tickets, hotels and car rentals. Again, since as of this writing there isn’t much information available and since their portal isn’t live yet, there’s not much details on their travel portal I could find. The good news is the company is positioned in the Travel Industry. Travel is an $8 Trillion Industry and is expected to grow past $15 Trillion over the next 10 years. From a marketing perspective, it’s easy to talk about and sell travel because almost everyone either travels or would love to travel more. With that being said, knowing who the principals are behind the company is extremely important if you’re looking to plant your flag and build a long-term business.
How Do You Get Paid?
I couldn’t find an official compensation plan document so it was through several distributor videos that I was able to see how Pro Travel Plus pays their distributors. In order to get started, you have 3 different options to join: 1 Star ($69.95, $34.95/month), 2 Star ($269.90) and 3 Star ($469.90). You can also start at 1 Star and promote yourself to 2 Star and 3 Star through building a team of active distributors.
There are 5 different ways to get paid:
Powerline Bonus – As people join the company, they are time stamped and the company can track who joined the company after you. Distributors are positioned down one straight line and as people get started, you can earn 5% down 5 levels regardless of who enrolls them.
Fast Start Bonus – You can earn a one-time bonus as people join your personal organization tree. As people join at the 3 Star level ($469.90 cost), you’ll earn $30 on your 1st level, $5 on your second level and $3 on your third level. If people join at the 2 Star level ($269.90 cost), you’ll earn $25 on your first level and $5 on your second level. And if people join at the 1 Star level ($69.95 cost), you’ll earn a $15 bonus on all your personally sponsored people.