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YTB vs World Ventures vs Traverus

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Joined: 07/26/2008

Can anyone shed their personal experiences with any of these three companies. I figure all of the have the same basic principles. What is the major difference in the 3?

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ForceField's picture
Joined: 10/13/2007

Cool, so what are the 15 different ways?


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Traverus has a all new 3D Comp plan and with that reps can get paid 15 diffrent ways..

The Comp Plan

Joined: 02/23/2008

YTB has the most reps by far and they have been in business for about 7 years. Traverus has been in business the longest but has the smallest number of reps. Traverus has been in business about 27 years. World Ventures is still very new with about 3j-4 years of being in business.

Larry (not verified)

The monthly fees for each are as follows:
Traverus: $59.95per month
World Ventures: $39.95 per month
YTB: $49.95 per month

World Ventures wins in this category!

YTB (not verified)

Traverus pays the higher commission on travel of the three. It's not much higher, but if you are going for shear numbers, they offer up to 70% for RTC and 75% for CTC. There is 10% override on personals and 5% on their personals. World Ventures and YTB offer up to 60% commission on travel.

fergie's picture
Joined: 02/17/2008

I have not joined either program but I have friends who have joined each program. They all sound like travel MLMMultilevel Marketing is selling products by using independent distributors and allowing these distributors to build and manage their own sales force by recruiting, motivating, supplying, and training others to sell products. The distributors' compensation includes their own sales and a percentage of the sales of their sales group (downline). shops, but they had significant differences in their startup costs:

Traverus: $199.95
World Ventures: $349
YTB: $445

Heck, if they are all the same but different, I would go with Traverus. That way, I only lost $199.95 if I find out MLM is not for me.

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