Zyndio/ZynTravel


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Zyndio/ZynTravel Compensation Plan Comparison

On their official website (Zyndio), it actually doesn’t talk about who is running the company…

When you look at who registered the domain name, you see that it belongs to Anthony Powell who was a distributor in Herbalife and Vemma.

Mr. Powell was mentioned in numerous FTC complaints against Herbalife for focusing on recruitment and selling leads to his recruits where it’s alleged it’s how he made most of his monty.  See this link for more info: http://behindmlm.com/companies/analysis-of-ftcs-complaints-against-herbalife/

Mr. Powell left Herbalife after it stopped him from selling his leads and went to Vemma. After the FTC accused VEMMA of being a pyramid scheme, the FTC claimed that 42% of all complaints filed against VEMMA were through Mr. Powell’s company Global Pro Systems. Due to these complaints, Mr. Powell left VEMMA in September of 2015 and launched Zyndio. See this links for more info: http://behindmlm.com/companies/vemma/receiver-reveals-vemma-affiliate-compliance-was-a-joke/

I am a very strong believer in leadership and it’s very important when it comes to a network marketing company.

Bad leadership can destroy a company…

I just don’t like the fact ZynTravel doesn’t talk about their leadership which always throws the red flag for me…

Anyway, let’s take a look at their products…

Depending on how much is spent on the affiliate membership to join, Zyndio members are given ZynTravel credit when they sign up:

– Silver Package ($69.98) – $75 Credits

– Gold Package ($219.98) – $300 Credits

– Platinum Package ($469.98) – $750 Credits

Alright next, let’s take a look at the comp plan

Travel Commissions:

If travel is booked through a Zyndio member using the ZynTravel portal, commissions are paid on travel booking to that member.

The amount of commissions you earn will depend which package you signed up with.

– Siliver ($69.98) – You Earn 25% Commissions

– Gold ($219.98) – You earn 50% Commissions

– Platinum ($469.98) – You earn 100% commissions

Please realize that these commission percentages are not calculated on the price paid at the time of booking, but the commission paid to Zyndio (Zyntravel) by third-party travel companies the booking was made with…

In other words, it’s a percentage of a percentage…100% of 2% is still 2%.

In GWT you get up to 100% Retail Profits so a sale of $2000 could potentially put $1000 in your pocket.

Recruitment Commissions:

ZynTravel members also get paid to recruit new affiliates down two levels (Unilevel).

The amount of commissions earned here depends on what level the member came in with.

Recruiting a Silver member = $10 on Level 1 (Personally recruited) and Level 2 is $2.50.

Recruiting a Gold member = $40 on level 1 and $10 on level 2.

Recruiting a Platinum member = $90 on level 1 and $22.50 on level 2.

This is an average of $45 per package depending on the package.

In GWT, you have an average of $50 per package.

Residual Commissions on Referring Members:

On the top of the unilevel, there is a 3×2 Matrix where affiliates are placed.

There are total of 12 positions.

Top Position = You

Level 1 = 3 spots

Level 2 = 9 spots

You only get paid on the levels you currently have…

– Silver affiliates receive a silver matrix position

– Gold affiliates receive a silver and gold matrix position

– Platinum affiliates receiver silver, gold and platinum matrix position.

Commissions are paid once a matrix across any tier is filled up:

– Silver – $150

– Gold – $600

– Platinum – $1350

To be qualified in this matrix, you must sponsor 3 people and once you have been paid in this matrix, you start over again.  This is also known as a boardgame game scheme (8-balls scheme) or a Matrix Scheme all of which are ILLEGAL  Please read here.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_scheme

Cycle Matching Bonus:

Once you go through 50 or more cycles, you can earn 25% match on level 1 (personally sponsored and 10% match on level2.

People with less than 50 cycles get paid less… This info was no where to be found.

In GWT you don’t have to wait to get 50 cycles, you get Matching Bonuses from day 1 from cycle 1.

Lifestyle Bonus:

You get products based on how many cycles you have gone through…

– 5 Matrix Cycles = Mini iPad

– 10 Matrix Cycles = GoPro Hero Camera

– 25 Matrix Cycles = MacBook Air

– 50 Matrix Cycles = a “Mastermind Session”

– 1000 Matrix Cycles = BMW or Mercedes car plus $10,000

In GWT instead of giving you prizes that you may not need, they put this money into the comp plan so you can make more residual income.  Personally I’d rather have residual income then an iPad.

With this kind of compensation plan, there won’ t be many customers but just affiliates recruiting people.  It’s also illegal in our opinion based on the model.  When companies pay commission strictly on people joining and there isn’t any product being sold, it’s a HUGE sign of a scheme.

This can be on the dangerous side and can get this company in trouble with FTC.

Also, I don’t like the fact the leadership driving this company isn’t disclosed at all.

I would never join a company before finding out who is running the show…

And for that reason I would stay far away from this company.

There are a ton of business opportunities that disclose the leadership and isn’t driven by recruitment only.

Network Marketing companies should have more customers to affiliates to be on the safe side.