Name: Pro Travel Plus
Owner: Seth Fraser
Price: $69.95 to get started $34.95/month afterwards
Overall Rating: 89/100 (Launch date 01JUN2015)
I am not the biggest fan of MLM and I have had some success and a bunch of major flops. In this review of Pro Travel Plus, I want to show you why this multilevel marketing business let me pull the trigger and why you should or shouldn’t do the same.
What is Pro Travel Plus?
Yup, this is another MLM. It offers savings on almost everything associated with travel and not just hotel stays like most I’ve seen. It comes with your typical compensation plan and everything else that comes with MLM, with a little twist on the recruiting part (what I liked).
Who This is For
I usually like to say this is for anyone interested in recruiting people, but that’s so much the case with Pro Travel Plus, and that is the biggest reason why I joined. But, I will be getting into that a little later in this review.
This business is great for those that travel a lot and are looking to not only save money on hotels and airline tickets, but also to create a little business on the side.
I take that back. The little business part was an understatement, because I think this is one business that will have the highest success and retention rate for any MLM out there.
I never took the time to look at the products, because the whole no recruiting thing really blew my mind. With that already being awesome, the products with PTP are even some of the best I’ve seen, and they have not even left the launch pad yet.
When you signup with PTP, you automatically get a $500 rewards package. There are tons of stores that you can choose from, which allows you to use that cash.
There are savings from Cold Stone, Macy’s, and Keurig just to name a few. Remember now, this is on top of the thousands that you can save just on airline tickets and hotel stays.
The Compensation Plan
I am not going to sit here and tell you how much you’ll make if you sign Joe and Mary up, but I want to show you how this works and also why I think this is nothing more than an opportunity and not another can you please signup so you can make me money, because that’s not how this works.
Okay, so unlike your ordinary MLM comp plans, where you sign someone up and then they sign someone up and so on, just to get paid, things are done a little differently here.
Recruiting is not required, and you will share in the “spillover” that everyone else brings in. All this means is that you will get people under you after you join, so that is what is key with this business.
Without signing anyone up, you get 3% from every single level. If a thousand people come in after you, you will be in the best position.
I’ve been apart of a couple MLMs in my lifetime and I have never got in this early before. Now to throw in the no recruiting part? It’s almost handed to you.
With PTP, recruiting is not the bread and butter although it will still benefit you. Get people to signup under you and you get a bonus, but that’s about it. They will then be entered into the matrix and if your power line is full, it will go under someone else.
The 2×14 Fast Filling Matrix
This is what got me and this one will make everything well worth the investment. If you just get people to come in after you, you can make up to $2,000 of residual income without signing anyone up!
That’s right, residual. If you don’t know what that means, it simply means you get paid every single month. That’s a sweet deal if you ask me, especially with the cost to join Pro Travel Plus.
These guys have a very complicated comp plan, but that was all I needed to know. Now I do plan to get some people to join, just because I am all about opportunity and I like to share what really works.
If you know me, I do online marketing full-time and MLM is the last thing I would recommend to anyone. This program is a lot different and I do believe it will workout if you get in early.
If you’ve been apart of any network marketing business, you will know that it’s every man for himself. If you don’t signup under them, they couldn’t care less what you do.
With PTP, everyone helps each other.There are FB groups that you can access at anytime and if you’re in the group I’m in, there is more help and support that you will ever need to make this business work.
I am not very active in our group, but I can see the hard work that everyone puts in to make this work. Big shoutout to Scott Withers, who introduced me to this opportunity and getting everyone updated with PTP.
To get started with Pro Travel Plus, you will be spending $69.95 right off the bat (minimum). There are different plans, but that is all you need to pay to start earning commissions.
There are only 3 levels or memberships, which makes things a lot easier. I can’t stand MLMs that have so many levels and most especially those that are overpriced.
With PTP, it is really simple. You either pay the monthly, 6 months, or for the whole year. Here the different price points, so you can see what you’ll be spending.
- $34.95 – Monthly
- $199.95 – 6 month membership
- $399.95 – Yearly membership
* To get started, you will be required to pay a one time fee of $35
The Pros & Cons
- Doesn’t require recruiting
- Will make you money
- Amazing comp plan
- Low startup cost
- Great products
- Still in prelaunch
- Is still recruiting
I really didn’t find much to complain about with PTP, so if any of you can come up with something to complain about, please let me know.
Pro Travel Plus at a Glance
Name: Pro Travel plus
Owner: Seth Fraser
Price: $69.95 to get started (34.95 monthly)
Overall Rating: 89/100
I have come across thousands of multilevel marketing businesses and this one is by far the best one I’ve seen in years. I never recommend them mainly because of the whole recruiting thing, but this one is a must try. You are doing nothing more than reserving your spot in what could be the biggest breakthrough for any network marketer trying to make something happen.
This is one of those, “the early bird gets the worm situations, so I do suggest you get in now, if you do plan on joining.
With the no recruiting side of things and the fact that it didn’t launch yet, made me join immediately. I don’t want to be kicking myself in the butt later on down the road, and I don’t think you want to either.
I’m not like everyone else, but I think $69.95 was a fair deal and it is not easy to find an MLM business with all the bells and whistles, but this one is amazing.
Don’t forget that this is still MLM, so at least you know what you’re getting yourself into. I always recommend affiliate marketing over anything else, but I guess you can say this is the exception.
To me, you really have nothing to lose. Most MLMs start you off at $80 and the only way to make any money is by personally getting people to join. This is the one guys!
Well that’s enough from me for now, and I hope you have found this review of Pro Travel Plus helped you to understand what you really have right in front of you.
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