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The travel industry attracts the attention of many youths and the companies offering travel tutorial kit make the picture even rosier. Assuring individuals that a kit of $495 would open a whole new world of at-home travel business ventures for you a company promises to help you at each step. Not only this it provides you with an the independent "travel agent identification card" aswell that will entitle you to privileges such as upgrades and discounts that usually the travel agents enjoy.
You can also enjoy the network marketing kit with an additional payment of $49. With this fee, you become an "account executive" who is entitled to sell travel tutorial and can make independent travel agents as downliners. Well, if you delve deep in the matter you will come to know the validity of such high-sounding claims. One of the first setbacks you would receive is that the travel industry service providers do not recognize the independent travel agent identification card. Thus, you cannot enjoy upgrades or discounts on your travel accommodation.
Further, the kits cannot provide you with adequate training of the travel business so that you can start a business of your own. Companies playing fraud and cheating people in the name of offering travel business opportunity is not new. In March 1997, the World Class Network, Inc., an MLM offering work-at-home travel agency business opportunity and travel agent credentials, was under the grip of Federal Trade Commission concerning travel-related fraud. It had to pay over $3 million for consumers redress fund. The FTC further released the data about the total number of people drawn into the scheme. Out of the 51,000 consumers, 43,000 could not make anything, around 4,000 could earn less than $50 and just six could attain the $100,000.
When you pay heed to such high claiming travel industry business schemes it is most probable that you fall into the trap. A promise that sounds too good is most likely too good to be true.
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