Welcome to my Appi Travels Review!
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So let’s learn more about Appi Travels together!
Appi Travels Review – The Company
I couldn’t find any information on the company website about who owns or operates Appi Travels.
I did notice a corporate address in Quebec, Canada listed at the foot of the Appi Travels website.
Registered on September 17th, 2016, the Appi Travels website domain, “appitravels.com”, is registered privately.
A little more in-depth research and I found that a man by the name of Danny Gauthier lists himself as owner and CEO of Appi Travels on his LinkedIn profile.
Not too sure why the Appi Travels website doesn’t offer this same information.
Danny Gauthier was also the owner of a company called Ultamex in 2012.
Ultamex was an MLM company that ran for about a year before it was re-launched as Wealth Podium, which was a similar matrix MLM.
It seems that Wealth Podium no longer exists, which is most likely why Gauthier launched Appi Travels.
Appi Travels Reviews – The Products
Appi Travels offer travel discounts through third party booking engine…
Affiliates who join Appi Travels can also promote and sell the affiliate membership.
Appi Travels does not say who their third-party travel discount provider is.
The Appi Travels Compensation Plan
The first thing I read when I researched the Appi Travels compensation plan is this information:
Our compensation plan ensures that anyone can make a 4 figure income their very first month. Then turn that into a 5 figure, or even a 6 figure, true residual income.
In order to participate in the Appi Travels compensation plan, affiliates are required to pay either $50 or $300 for a monthly affiliate membership.
Affiliates can earn commissions when they sponsor other affiliates who also purchase a membership.
Direct Recruitment Commissions
Direct recruitment commissions can be earned by affiliates for every odd-numbered affiliate they sponsor.
- Recruit an Explorer ($50) affiliate and get paid $25
- Recruit a Navigator ($300) affiliate and get paid $150
Appi Travel affiliates can also earn a 100% match on recruitment commissions that are earned by personally sponsored affiliates.
Residual Recruitment Commissions
There are also residual recruitment commissions available to Appi Travels affiliates that are paid out through a 1-up compensation structure that is tracked through a uni-level team.
A uni-level compensation structure puts an affiliate at the top of a uni-level team and then places every personally sponsored affiliate directly underneath them to make level 1.
When a level 1 affiliate brings in new affiliates, they are put on level 2 of the original affiliate’s uni-level team.
When a level 2 affiliate brings in new affiliates, they are put on level 3, etc.
When an odd-numbered affiliate is brought into the first level of the uni-level team, they are sent up to the up-line of the sponsoring affiliate’s original sponsor.
This is the case throughout the entire uni-level team, with every affiliate passing earned commissions to their up-line from every second affiliate that is sponsored.
Residual commissions are earned in the same manner as direct recruitment commissions, like so:
- $25 for recruiting an Explorer affiliate
- $150 for recruiting a Navigator affiliate
Explorer and Navigator Appi Travels affiliate memberships also earn travel points (250 and 500 points).
These travel points can be used to purchase travel through the third-party booking engine.
Affiliates can also receive a 100% match on travel points earned through direct and residual affiliate sponsorship.
Cost To Join Appi Travels
The cost to join Appi Travels as an affiliate is either $50 for the Explorer membership or $300 for the Navigator membership.
Both of these membership fees recur monthly.
The difference between these two memberships is the amount of travel points that accompany them.
Appi Travels Review – The Verdict
Overall, Appi Travels isn’t a scam or anything, it does have products and services that members can use…
Yeah it’s tied to an affiliate membership, but if the discounts on travel is competitive, it might not be a bad thing specially if you travel a lot.
The only down side is MLM based travel companies never do well for the long haul for some reason.
End of the day, you can choose what you want to join or not 🙂
I am just warning you that travel based MLM companies never do well sadly…
I hope you enjoyed my Appi Travels review and if you have any questions, leave them in the comments below!
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