With Pro Travel Plus, you will be getting paid on a weekly and monthly basis. When and if you recruit someone from pre-enrollee to paid member you will get paid $15, $25 or $30 depending on which level you are at. 1 Star, 2 Star or 3 Star. Please note, it has no reflection on how much you get paid on which level your enrollee comes in at. Here is my latest pay cheque. I have had to black out the figures as this is part of the agreement everyone has with Pro Travel Plus.
Let’s just say that I was not dissapointed, espesially when my first payment was in to 3 figures.
The way by getting paid depends on which country you live in. If you are a US resident, then you simply get paid in to your bank account. However, if you are not in the US, you will get an iPayout account opened for you in you name. You don’t have to do anything yourself, the company sets it all up for you. With iPayout, you have two options. 1 – to let the money grow and then move on to the next stage I will mention next, when you need the money. 2 – Get a pre-paid Master Card / Visa Card that will be loaded with all your earnings.
You can choose between opting for a Master Card or a Visa Card. They are both similar but many of the charges are slightly different. Let’s take a look at the differences:
As you can see, getting paid by debit card incurs a few small costs. However, if you don’t need the money straight away, you can keep it in the account and perhaps use it towards paying for anything that is booked, like flights or hotels. Do not hold me to this as I need to check you can do this.
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