Travelada Review – Legit Travel Discount MLM or Scam? Find Out…
Welcome to my Travelada Review!
There has been some buzz about this company so I decided to check it out for myself and see what it was all about.
Chances are you were approached about the travel discount opportunity and you landed here to make sure it’s legit.
The good news is I am going to walk you through everything so you can make the right decision.
Just pay close attention to the blog post and read it to the end…
Travelada has no information on the website on who runs or owns the company.
All I found was statements like this on their website:
Now it’s not really about who we are, is it? In reality, Travelada is really all about you.
I decided to dig deeper and found out that the domain name “travelada.com” was first registered back in 2011.
However, it was later updated in April 18th, 2018.
I couldn’t find any information on who owns it, but I did find a corporate address that belongs to K&E Travel.
K&E travel is a USA based company and runs their own independent travel agent.
Anyway, that’s all the information I got on the company, let’s take a look at the products next…
Basically, Travelada sells a $49.95 per month travel membership.
For that membership, you get access to their “private-label booking platform”.
However, they don’t really mention who their booking provider is…
But based on the fact that K&E Travel is involved with them some how, it seems to be obvious.
Travelada Compensation Plan
Travelada pays you commissions on retail travel bookings and sponsoring new members into the company.
To qualify for sponsoring commissions, you must generate at least 50 PV per month.
Travelada members get a $25 commission on sale of memberships to retail customers.
$25 per month is paid out every month as long as the customer is active.
Travelada pays their affiliates sponsoring commissions through a binary compensation plan structure.
All this means is you have a left and right leg while you are on the top.
At the end of each day, both legs volume is summed up and you get paid 10% on the lesser leg.
Any left over volume is carried over for the next day.
Remember, you are capped at $5000 per week.
You must sponsor at least two people to qualify for these commissions.
Travelada pays their Matching Bonus through a unilevel compensation plan structure.
You will get a 10% Matching Bonus on sponsoring commissions through ten levels deep.
Below is the break down:
- Sponsor and maintain two affiliates and receive recruitment Matching Bonuses on up to two unilevel team levels
- Sponsor and maintain four affiliates and receive recruitment Matching Bonuses on up to four unilevel team levels
- Sponsor and maintain six affiliates and receive recruitment Matching Bonuses on up to six unilevel team levels
- Sponsor and maintain eight affiliates and receive recruitment Matching Bonuses on up to eight unilevel team levels
- Sponsor and maintain ten affiliates and receive recruitment Matching Bonuses on up to ten unilevel team levels
When you have someone book through K&E Travel’s discount platform, Travelada gets a commissions.
Company will share 48% of that commission with affiliates through a 2×20 matrix compensation plan.
Below is the complete break down:
- All Travelada affiliates receive travel commissions on the first five matrix levels
- Either purchase and/or sell a travel service to a retail customer every 90 days to qualify for travel commissions on up to seven matrix levels
- Either purchase and/or sell three travel services to retail customers every 90 days to qualify for travel commissions on up to ten matrix levels
- Continue to pay the monthly $69.90 affiliate fee to qualify for travel commissions across thirteen matrix levels
- Sponsor and maintain three fee-paying Travelada affiliates to qualify for travel commissions on all twenty matrix levels
Other bonuses include TACP Package returns, matching bonus coded and coded bonus…
Cost To Join Travelada
Travelada will run you $99.85 one-time and then $69.90 per month.
The moment you have been waiting for inside of this Travelada review…
So does the Travelada scam exist?
Well, let’s look at the facts first…
Yes there are retail sales, but most of the commissions are from affiliates.
If they have more retail commission incentives, it would have been different.
Because of this it makes this company dangerously close to being a pyramid scheme. (1)
Plus they have some kind of cryptocurrency called DAC which brings this company into securities.
Meaning, they need to register with the SEC to offer any kind of securities and not doing that makes this company a ponzi scheme. (2)
The icing on the cake is we don’t know who runs or owns the business, so why would you join it in the first place?
Just too many red flags right now and that is why I don’t recommend this travel based company.
I hope you enjoyed my Travelada review and if you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments below…
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