Owner: Joel Santiago
Price: 34.95/month + $35 one time fee (starting)
Overall Rating: 1.5/5 stars
There are so many travel MLMs popping up and Volishon is the latest and greatest. This review is not to bash the company, but rather to give you the facts on what they are really about.
Whether you’ve seen it from Facebook or someone is trying to get you to join, this review should save you from possibly making a mistake.
I am not a member of Volishon, but I constantly get spammed with its members and I see it all over the place too. Let’s get more of the facts and get past the whole “opportunity” like every claims to present.
What is Volishon?
Multilevel marketing with travel savings and discounts as its product. It was founded by Joel Santiago, who actually has a couple of partners that are involved with everything.
It is very similar to another travel MLM I was apart of called Pro Travel Plus, which launched in April of this year and it has already flopped like a fish.
This is not Pro Travel Plus, but I do see a lot of similarities with the two and one being the owner, who was also a member there, so it got me on the skeptical side of things.
Who this is for
Anyone that is looking for a network marketing business. I would say anyone who loves to travel and is looking to save, but I think the product is pretty bleh if you ask me.
There are too many of these travel type MLMs and they all claim to give you the best deals out there. I mean, who doesn’t want to save and make more money at the same time, right?
Not impressive. There are other travel MLMs that have recently shutdown and with a mediocre product, this will join them if they’re not careful.
You won’t be getting some type of keep you young cream and you won’t be getting any diluted detergent either.
Savings on travel is what you will be getting. Through 3rd party services, you will be getting discounts on airfare, hotels, and that type of stuff.
For the most part, the product is just a way to stay on the legal side of things because without it, this whole thing will literally be nothing but a scam.
Pros & Cons of Volishon
- Can save you money
- Could possibly make you money
- Still in prelaunch
- Is MLM
- Requires recruiting
- Not sustainable
- Not so impressive product
- Requires a monthly payment
Tools & Training
Just like any MLM, you will work with your little team. The person that gets you into the program will teach you to do exactly what they just did to find you, if you didn’t know them already.
You will learn more on how to sell yourself, because in this case, the product will not sell itself.
Although they talk about travel being a billion dollar industry, that does nothing but make you see dollar signs. I mean, how many people do you know that travel like 5 times a year?
You could seriously find savings and discounts on almost anything if you actually went looking for it. This was put together with one thing in mind, and this why anyone would really join Volishon.
The Compensation Plan
I used to be a big fan of these, until I started my own online business. No more recruiting and no more trying to figure out how much I would make if I got 3 people to join and they got their 3.
It is a very simple comp plan and I’m glad there isn’t any complicated stuff involved here. There are 3 star rankings and each determines how much money you make.
For your first level of personally enrolled members, you will get $15 as a 1 star, which means you have recruited at least 5 affiliates within 4 weeks.
As a 2 star (recruit 7 affiliates with 7 weeks) you can get $25 on level 1 and $5 from your second level.
As a 3 star (recruit 40 members in 10 weeks) you get $30 on level 1, $5 on level 2, and $3 on level 3.
If you’ve ever been involved in any type of multilevel marketing business, you will know that it isn’t easy to even get one person to join under you.
Now you want to tell me that I have to get 40 to qualify for a 3 star? Honestly, I can do it, but it’s the people under me that would be the problem.
You Don’t Want to Miss Out
“Lock in your position”. This is one thing that gets people to pull the trigger. For me, I’m going to wait and see what happens and as soon as they officially launch, I will be sure to update this review.
Every new business use the same model. They put pressure on you by making you think you’re going to regret not joining at the right time, but please don’t add to the mess.
The Price to Join Volishon
It’s actually really affordable. Just like the payment I stopped from Pro Travel Plus, it is going to cost you $34.95 every single month.
To get started there will be a one time payment of $35 + $34.95/month for a 1 star membership. So that will be $65.95 out of pocket, just to begin at the 1 star level.
The 2 star membership is going to cost you $199.95 + the $35 fee, but this pays for 6 months worth of your membership.
The 3 star costs $399.95 + the fee and this pays for a whole year.
Final Opinion of Volishon
Don’t do it. Sounds really exciting and all that, but I think that’s all it has. Hype. I can sit here and tell you how much of an opportunity you are going to miss out on just so I can make money, but I’ll stop right there.
I made the mistake of trying to get people to join my last travel business and I’m not going to do it again.
Of course you’ll have its members tell you about how great this is, when no one really knows how it’s going to be until they officially launch.
Remember the product. Discounts and savings. Is that really a product? I think I’ll recommend some type of facial cream before I tell you to join something without a tangible product.
You see guys, it’s not me that I’m really concerned about. I have no problem recruiting people to any MLM, it’s what will others get from this?
Most people that join ANY MLM will get a couple of people to join, but that is about it. Then everyone will slowly get out and leave them looking for the next best thing.
At a Glance
Owner: Joel Santiago
Price: One time fee of $35 + $34.95 monthly payment (1 star)
Overall Rating: Not Recommended
Final Verdict: No Go
I am really tired of MLMs and they seriously will not stop. I used to be big on finding one with a great product and something I can see myself selling, but these days, they are all the same.
They either target the Travel industry or they don’t even have a product. This is nothing new, so don’t think you’re getting involved with the next big thing.
If you’re cool with the whole recruiting thing, then go for it. Just know that you are going to be marketing travel related stuff and that is it.
I give Volishon two thumbs down and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. There are better multilevel marketing companies out there, but even at that, there are no guarantees.
I hope my review of Volishon has given you the absolute best understanding of what you are about to get yourself into and hopefully you can make a better decision on your own. You’re a smart person.
To whatever it is you do, I still wish you nothing but success. Whether it be this or your next business venture, I absolutely hope you kill it. Cheers!
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