Volishon Review - Legit Travel Company or Scam?
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Volishon Review – Legit Travel Company or Scam?

Welcome to my Volishon Review!

There has been a lot of buzz about this latest Travel based MLM company and I decided to investigate…

So why are you here?

Maybe someone approached you about this new opportunity or maybe someone spammed you on Facebook and now you are researching the opportunity correct?

I am glad you are doing your research because so many people jump into opportunities and later on find it was a scam…

So in this post, I am going to go through the company, the products and compensation plan so you can make the right decision.

Find out if this is legit or a scam…

Volishon Review – The Company

Volishon Review

Right now Volishon is in it’s Pre-Launch phase and the CEO and President is a man named Joel Santigo with Joseph Otis, Daniella Le Roux Sankie Beukes as partners.

A little history about Santiago, he has provided marketing material for the following companies:

Pro Travel Plus and RE247365 are the only travel companies there…

RE247365 was a $39.95 per month program that launched in September of 2014 and collapsed only a few months later..

Pro Travel plus is another Travel MLM which launched in April of 2015 and apparently all the top leaders left the company because it’s scamming people…

The biggest scam is the Cabo San Lucas travel scam where people pay $500 to book their trip and Pro Travel Plus doesn’t do anything…

They just give you a confirmation that it’s been booked…

Also, here is an insider email about Pro Travel Plus….

It (Pro Travel Plus) crashed in the aftermath of them getting ripped off on their first big affiliate group trip in early October.

The stories don’t add up, either PTP used their in house booking engine and got ripped off, or they used another booking service but long story short a bunch of affiliates paid for lodging in Cabo San Lucas far enough ahead of time that they couldn’t do chargebacks and a few weeks before the trip PtP discovered that no one had reservations.

PTP went out of pocket to book stays though at a lesser hotel.

There was a good amount of dissatisfaction among affiliates, the week after this Charles Vest left PTP for HopRocket and Seth Fraser disappeared from the internet.

Ben Glinsky is the real owner of PTP and it looks like he didn’t pay the December access fee for the travel portal.

If you take a look at Alexa, the website traffic completely crashed to almost nothing…

I don’t believe Pro Travel Plus will last much longer…

Why did I just go on about Pro Travel Plus there?

That’s because Joel Santiago promoted it and now took his team to this new company he is launching.

Hmmm…

I always said Travel based MLM’s never do that well…

Next, let’s take a look at the products.

Volishon Reviews – The Product Line

There are no products actually created by Volishon, they use third party services…

There isn’t much info on their website because they are in a pre-launch…

However, it will be similar to all the Travel MLM companies of the past with third party portals and certain discounts.

Again, this formula never worked in the past and I don’t think it will ever…

Unless they make some changes.

Next, let’s look at the compensation plan

Volishon – The Compensation Plan

The Volishon Compensation plan kicks in once affiliates pay their $34.95 per month fee.

Once they do that, they can earn commissions by sponsoring people in the business.

Volishon Ranks:

Overall, there are three ranks within this comp plan.

Here is what they looks like with the requirements needed:

  • 1 Star – Recruit five affiliates within four weeks
  • 2 Star – Recruit seven affiliates within seven weeks
  • 3 Star – Recruit forty affiliates within ten weeks

Powerline Bonus – Recruitment Commissions

Instead of me explaining this, let’s see what Volishon has to say about it:

As soon as you upgrade as member, you were logged in to the top position in the fastest growing company in the travel industry.

In fact as soon as the following 5 people upgrade to being a member of our Travel Club, YOU WILL EARN A MONTHLY INCOME, regardless of who enrolled them.

That means as soon as someone becomes a Volishon member, YOU START EARNING A COMMISSION.

As long as you stay active you will be paid this bonus every month.

There are no examples of this, so we probably have to wait once this company launches…

Unilevel Recruitment Commissions:

If you don’t know what a unilevel is, I will explain it below:

  • YOU
  • Level 1:  Your personally enrolled members
  • Level 2:  Your level 1’s personally enrolled members
  • Level 3:  Your Level 2’s personally enrolled members

Also, it’s unlimited in width.

So if you enroll 100 people, they will be all in your level 1 side by side.

If your personally enrolled members sponsored 100 people, they would be in your level 2 side by side.

I hope that helps visualizing it.

Depending on your rank, you will earn the following amount:

  • 1 Star – $15 on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)
  • 2 Star – $25 on level 1 and $5 on level 2
  • 3 Star – $30 on level 1, $5 on level 2 and $3 on level 3

Matrix Recruitment Commissions:

Note:  This Video is Full Of Hype and not realistic expectations.

I do NOT endorse this video, it’s for educational purposes only.

There is another element to the compensation plan called Profit Sharing and travel/product commissions…

The details won’t be released until Feb 1st, 2016, but this is what I know according to their website:

Volishon members, by sponsoring new members, have the opportunity to earn based on a six month cycle.

There are three levels, your membership active status unlocks level one, as soon as the target is met on time and with active members, then level two is unlocked, as soon as the objectives are reached, level three is unlocked.

To be able to keep your profit sharing active in the six months, the following is important to note:

All sign-ups must be at least be 2 or 3 star, or have paid at least 3 months as 1 star for the signee to qualify.

Cost To Join Volishon

One-time Payment of $35 plus a $34.95 per month membership.

Volishon Review – The Verdict

Honestly, I don’t like being negative but this company has nothing to do with real travel…

It’s more of a recruitment scheme and once recruitment stops, it will face the same fate as RE247365 and Pro Travel Plus.

I have yet to see a legit Travel MLM company that will be here for the long run…

There are hundreds of opportunities out there you can join and are legit.

I personally have reviewed hundreds of companies…

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