Company: Pro Travel Plus
CEO: Seth Fraser
Welcome to my 3rd party review of Pro Travel Plus (PTP)!
I would like congratulate you for doing your share of the work because there are thousands of people that see $$$ and jump into an MLM without doing any research.
Then people will complain about getting scammed when it is partly their fault.
You see, all of the warning signs or red flags are there.
However, you have to be willing to see them and keep an open mind.
This is how the process works, I will provide you with a overview of the company.
Then I will provide information about the products/services and compensation plan.
In this particular case, there is a wealth of information provided by the Better Business Bureau (BBB), so stand by.
I will then point out any remaining red flags left over, if applicable.
The last section of the review is what I call “The Final Verdict.”
It will be my final thoughts about PTP. Let me make one thing perfectly clear before we get started.
I do not have any affiliation with the companies I review so you will not be hearing any sales pitches.
I call it like I see it and will point out flaws as well as beneficial aspects.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
Pro Travel Plus Overview – What is the Company?
Ok, right off the bat we have a few red flags to talk about.
There is absolutely no information about the company on the website.
Take a look for yourself with the link provided at the very beginning of the review.
In fact, the website looks like an 8th grade computer class project.
This is scary because a legit business would be bragging about its leadership while PTP seems to be hiding it for unknown reasons.
Here is the contact and Head Quarters information if you are wondering how to get in contact with them.
311 W Third St PMB 4122
Carson City, NV 89703-4296
I did a little snooping to see if there was anything else I could figure out in regards to the ownership of the company but to no avail.
The website domain was registered on the 12th of January, 2015.
The settings are private which was expected.
If a company is not willing to disclose the owners of the company on their website then they are most likely going to have a private domain registration.
They two go hand-in-hand.
With that being said, the CEO, Seth Fraser, has a bit of a past with other business ventures.
He was the CEO of a company called Kannaway, Freebie Force, That Free Thing and finally, Uneeqlee.
That is the first time I have ever heard of those companies but at least he has some sort of experience.
It still does not solve the problem of hiding information from you and I.
We deserve better and if PTP leadership reads this, can you explain to me why this information is private?
That would be a huge help because we can put all the speculation aside and focus on trying to make money.
Now, let’s take a look at the products and services PTP offers.
Pro Travel Plus Products and Services
This section is going to be much shorter than usual because the only service that Pro Travel Plus offers are discounts on airfare, hotels, rental cars, entertainment and cruises.
To be perfectly honest, there is no indication that PTP is the one providing the discounts.
This means that a 3rd party company is the one providing the discounts and PTP is simply the MLM side of the business.
This spells T R O U B L E.
Take a look at this image to see a few of the discounts their 3rd party providers offer.
Pro Travel Plus Compensation Plan
Here is a link I encourage you to read although it seems to be an affiliate’s website rather than an official PTP website or pdf.
So take it for what it is and don’t succumb to the hype.
PTP Comp Plan.
WAYS TO GET PAID
Powerline Bonus – Create a downline via recruitment. Up to 5 levels.
Fast Start Bonus – Get a one-time bonus for recruiting. You can also get bonuses for their recruits.
2×10,12,14 Forced Matix – Forced matrixes are horrible because they leave newbies out to dry.
Coded Infinity Fast Start Override
OK, two things I want to point out.
First of all, I do not endorse this website that I linked you because it provided valuable information but it is a member’s website.
Second, there is nothing special about this compensation plan and there are plenty of other plans that are stronger and focus on products rather than recruitment.
Let’s take a quick look at the BBB page.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
As you can see, PTP has a B+ grade from BBB.
This means that there are issues which have not been resolved and I can see where the issues are coming from.
The only way to contact people is via email, at least on their website.
You have a phone number registered with BBB but it is a few years old and there is no telling that the number is still legit.
The problem is that there are very few comments about the company, at least good ones, so I will provide a few I found during my research.
This person is regretting the fact that he invested in PTP.
This is not a good sign and there are plenty of points that the author made.
Spill over is nonexistent and you are force to recruit.
Wow, this member has stopped recruiting people because she thinks she is lying to people because the company is so bad.
This is not good and I think the hype train on this company will come to a screeching halt in the near future.
Things I Don’t Like About PTP
Focused on Recruitment: I understand that many of you are aware of the recruitment aspect of nearly all MLMs. However, PTP offers no products at all and the services aren’t even provided by them.
How this company is legal is beyond me because there is no revenue generation besides recruitment and this is a clear indication that the FTC will step in sooner rather than later.
Have they heard of companies like Expedia?: There are several huge names in the travel discount niche.
Expedia comes to mind and they have cornered the market and buyout their competitors on a regular basis.
Just check out the acquisition of Travelocity.
There is no value for customers in this program: The second you sign up with PTP, all you are doing is selling the same hype that caught your attention.
That is it, nothing other than the so called discounts.
Shouldn’t the company offer you great discounts before you sign up rather than ask you to pay several fees before receiving them?
That is what all of the companies like Expedia does.
I think PTP needs to rethink their business model or it will go under like many of the other travel niche MLMS.
The Final Verdict
This company had me in the beginning but over the course of my research I have to label this as a legalized scam.
This is due to lax government regulations, which allow companies like this to pop-up.
The only way to make any substantial money with this program is to recruit at a world class level and for that reason alone I cannot recommend this company to you.
When you factor in all of the red flags, this company is a sad excuse for a MLM.
I have no idea how long this company will stay around but affiliates are leaving at an alarming rate.
This is bad news considering there were few members to begin with.
The thing that gets me the most is that there are so many other ways to make money online.
If an online business is the route you want to take then why not start your own business?
There are so many options available to you because even if you have no idea how to start, there are thousands of FREE YouTube tutorials.
This is great news because there is no investment on the training side of things.
On the other hand, there are training programs available to you that provide great advice and step by step methods.
If you are looking for an example, check out this review.
The program is free to try out so there is no risk.
Not only that, you get to talk to some experienced online business people that are more than willing to help you get started.
I hope this review helped you in some way.
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