Pro Travel Plus Beats Global Resorts Network, Right?
That’s a question worth asking, but most people don’t take the time to compare travel mlm opportunities, so they don’t ask the question.
You wouldn’t be here if you weren’t trying to understand at least one of the following:
- What does Pro Travel Plus offer?
- What does Global Resorts Network offer?
- What does any travel mlm choice offer?
- Can I make money a better way?
You may be asking a combination of those questions.
Let’s start with the last question, #4, first.
Yes, there is a better way to make money. Listen for FREE to Brad, my mentor and friend. He taught me a better way and it’s working!
Now let’s get on with the other questions.
You want to know where you can hear directly from either one of these choices, so here they are:
- Global Resorts Network makes the decision to promote their vast number of member affiliate sites rather than one central corporate site. If you’re going to find GRN, just do a browser search for the name and browse the various and consistent affiliate sites out there (just keep in mind they don’t speak for corporate, they just work with them).
- Pro Travel Plus can be easily located right here: protravelplus.com
It’s a wise step to always check directly with the source. If you become interested in either of these two choices, now you know where you can reach them.
Equally important to where they are, is the question, who is leading them?
LEADERS AT THE FRONT
Since 2002, Mr. Al Morales, the founder, has provided Global Resorts Network with strong leadership. Mr. Mark Hoverson joined as a partner in 2010.
Mr. Morales wisely stepped into a market that few others even considered back in the opening years of the 21st century. Time shares were cresting as a concept of getting away on a holiday. The practice was to pay around $8,000 or more (according to desired exclusivity) as a down payment on a resort or condominium in a desirable world renown vacation spot. Then pay maintenance fees, promotional fees, association fees, international merchant taxations, etc.
Mr. Morales made contact with one of the largest worldwide brokerages for these time shares, Gold Crown Resorts. He craftily secured exclusive online marketing rights and began promoting the opportunity to stay in these luxurious condo and resorts for about one eighth the cost others paid.
No large down payment, no maintenance fees, no restriction to just one week, and no hassled to try to find another time share owner to trade with you for location, schedule, or cost.
It was a brilliant move…accessing 5,000 properties, for a five to seven day stay at $389 to $799, promoting them online, and coupling that with mlm structure.
Pro Travel Plus (PTP) was begun in April, 2015 by CEO Seth Fraser. Mr. Fraser has worked with other mlm choices such as Kannaway, Uneeqlee, That Free Thing, and Freebie Force.
The concept behind PTP is to regard their members as “professional tourists.” Let the members become satisfied customers and watch them enthusiastically share with family and friends both the savings and the opportunity for income.
Global Resorts Network has three membership level choices:
- A Silver member receives two premium weeks annually at a cost of $2,995
- A Platinum member receives ten premium weeks annually at a cost of $7,995
- A Diamond member receives twenty premium weeks annually at a cost of $11,995
Pro Travel Plus has three membership level choices:
- 1 STAR membership requires $69.95 ($35 upfront and $34.95 monthly fee)
- 2 STAR membership requires $269.90 ($69.95 upfront and $199.95 is 6 month prepay)
- 3 STAR membership requires $469.90 (69.95 upfront and $399.95 is 12 month prepay)
How Much Do I Get Paid
Global Resorts Network pays out commissions according to the level of membership you have when you sell a new membership. A Gold Level member will earn a commission of $500 and a Platinum level member will earn a $1000 commission.
GRN also pays out a matching bonus to you when anyone you have personally sold into the organization makes a sale. That means whether the person you brought in is a Gold member or a Platinum member doesn’t really matter. When a person you brought in makes a sale, if you are Gold you receive a matching bonus of $500 and if you are Platinum you receive a matching bonus of $1,000.
Pro Travel Plus pays out commissions according to the type of the membership you have when you make the sale, the type of membership sold, and the placement of the new member in the team organization.
In order to understand the PTP compensation you need to be familiar with a few terms.
- Sponsor or Recruiter – the member who brings another into the experience or the one to whom the relationship is attributed. For instance, if member Red recruited member Blue, then member Red would be the sponsor or recruiter to member Blue.
- Upline – those who are already in the organization before you and who are attributable to you through your sponsor or recruiter.
- Downline – refers to the members brought into the organization either by you personally being their recruiter or sponsor and those brought in by those you have personally recruited or sponsored.
- Level – a level is indicated by the point of separation between you and those in your downline. A Level 1 means those whom you have personally enlisted. Level 2 means those enlisted by your Level 1 members. Level 3 mean those enlisted by Level 2. It continues on in that manner.
- Matrix – a ratio or formation identified for the purposes of enlistment and/or compensation.
- Forced Matrix – a ratio or formation that is strictly achieved and can be repeated per instructions.
- Unilevel – refers to any member you have personally sponsored, recruited, or enlisted no matter if the member is placed on Level 1 or any other Level.
- Spill Over – you an upline sponsor, recruiter, or enlister personally brings a new member into the organization and places the new member under a downline member who did not personally bring that new member into the organization. (When people are told they can grow a mlm without recruiting, this is usually what is meant. Recruiting did happen, their upline did it on their behalf).
PTP Commissions are paid out in this way:
- A 1 STAR member earns a $15 commission per new member sold
- A 2 STAR member earns a $25 commission per new member sold
- A 3 STAR member earns a $30 commission per new member sold
As long as you have a minimum of ten participating PTP member in your downline:
- A 2 STAR member also earns an additional $5 commission each time a Level 2 member sells a membership
- A 3 STAR member also earns an additional $5 commission each time a Level 2 member sells a membership; and a $3 commission each time a Level 3 member sells a membership.
- A Powerline Bonus of 3% is paid out to Level 5 upline in any direct line of enlistment (meaning if you were enlisted by member F, and she was enlisted by member E, and he was enlisted by member D, and she was enlisted by member C, and she was enlisted by member B; each of those members (F to B) would receive $5.25 bonus.
PTP makes use of a forced 2×14 matrix when paying out residual commissions on the work conducted by your various levels (see terms above to further understand).
- If you are a 1 STAR member, then you get residual commission at:
- 2% for Levels 1-4; 2.5% for Levels 5-8; and 3% for Levels 9-10
- If you are a 2 STAR member, then you get residual commission at:
- 2% for Levels 1-4; 2.5% for Levels 5-8; and 3% for Levels 9-12
- If you are a 3 STAR member, then you get residual commission at:
- 2% for Levels 1-4; 2.5% for Levels 5-8; 3% for Levels 9-12; and 2% for Levels 13-14
(matching percentages payouts above)
If you qualify for the residual commission above, then for every unilevel member you have personally enlisted, PTP pays out to the sixth Level with a matching bonus.
- 1 STAR member gets paid 15% matching commission to Level 1
- 2 STAR member gets paid 25% at Level 1, 10% at Level 2, and 5% at Level 3
- 3 STAR member gets paid 30% at Level 1, 15% at Level 2, 5% at Level 3, 3% at Level 4, 2% at Level 5
3 STAR ELITE (minimum of 500 current and active PTP members) gets paid 50% at Level 1, 15% at Level 2, 5% at Level 3, 3% at Level 4, and 2% at Levels 5 and 6.
Want To Know A Better Way?
No matter which one you choose, and no matter what you are told by earnest recruiters, you will have to recruit others and you will have to grow a team, if you’re going to make any money at this.
I work from home. I don’t recruit. I don’t pay monthly dues. I don’t maintain an inventory. I don’t develop a team. I do make money. I do control my schedule. I do help people.
I learned about all of it from Brad. He has taught many more than me. Just listen to him for FREE right now. You’ll be really glad you at least considered it.