Ultimate Choice Travel

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by jlw, Jul 13, 2007.

  1. jlw

    jlw New Member

    I was not sure as to how to start this, I never thought I would be in a network marketing company to begin with, let alone post in a forum.

    I will try and keep this short and hope to here some feedback, I was invited to a meeting to here Steve Smith talk about his new company, did I join, no, not that night, not for quite a while, after the first meeting it just didn't seem to fit with me. But I kept asking questions and yes I joined a MLM. Oh, that first meeting, my-self included twelve in the room at most. After meeting Mr. Smith, you would never know what he has accomplished, one of the nicest guys I ever met.

    Has anyone heard of this company?

    Now, I will say I have been extremely lucky! My first call, I got in touch with a representative of his last company and my downline has grown from there.
  2. carolclifton

    carolclifton New Member

    We looked at Ultimate Match and decided on YTB (your travel biz) after reviewing both compensation plans in addition to actual people searching for that particular opportunity. When we looked at the Ultimate Match opportunity...the travel piece was looming on the horizon.
    At this point all is great with YTB as it is one of the fastest growing online travel agencies and is publicly traded. Solid!
    As to the MLM marketing piece...I have been in an different MLM for over 5 years. Home based MLM marketing is the best as long as your willing to do the work.
    Best of luck to you
  3. wapahm

    wapahm New Member


    Although I have never heard of UMTravel before, I have made money in different MLM companies. Yes, there is money to made with MLM's, if the company has a good product and a solid foundation.
    Unfortunately a lot of companies have great ideas and then fall to way side because of poor management and training.
    Quoting: jlwNow, I will say I have been extremely lucky! My first call, I got in touch with a representative of his last company and my downline has grown from there.
    I am glad that you were able to get a marketer under your belt, this will certainly makes things better for you.
    In order to keep your down line strong be sure to train them well.
    If people are just brought into the business because they're sold on how much money they can make and never learn the product, your job will become difficult and your down line will diminish.

    Here's to your success,
  4. jlw

    jlw New Member

    Thank you both for your replies, I am new to forums and really enjoy reading the posts. As for not hearing about Ultimate Choice Travel, I am not surprised. Ultimate Match launched June, 2005 with its first service being on line dating. Next was exotic travel, package deals, cruises and overseas flights etc. Well you go with what sells, as a business owner myself, I was not surprised to see Ultimate Match go with travel. Simply a business decision. At the end of 2006, the direction turned to travel, hence Ultimate Choice Travel. Yes, we are very early in his new business, but one of the posts I read, find someone who has taken a company from "0" to making money. Well I think he pulled that off, Excel made more millionaires than any other mlm, please, if I am wrong let me know.

    And here we are at the beginning, will history repeat? I hope so.
    How many times in this industry does this happen? My guess is not very often, that's why I keep going, the one thing I have learned in my short time in network marketing, the only people who make money, simply don't give up.

    Good luck everyone,

  5. smithraypam

    smithraypam New Member

    OMG!!! My husband and I just heard about Ultimate Choice Travel a couple of months ago.

    What sold us on the concept was who was behind it (Steve Smith), the low initial cost ($99), and it was truly ground-floor. We were the second couple in the Philadelphia market to sign up. The first couple were the ones who signed us up.

    Within just a few months (since Jan), we now have almost 50 agents in the Philadelphia/Delaware area! For us it was a no-brainer. We figured between the initial $99 fee and the 19.95 monthly fee, if we stick it out a year and nothing became of it, we would be out $340. We spend more than that eating out in a year.

    At the rate things are progressing, I should be able to leave my full time job within a year. We can hardly sleep at nite we are so excited!
  6. Casper

    Casper New Member

    I curious too know how much dose it cost too join Ultimate Choice Travel & your travel biz as I'm looking for a travel home based business.
  7. smithraypam

    smithraypam New Member

    Hi Casper, I just sent you a PM.
  8. jlw

    jlw New Member

    Welcome aboard smithraypam! This is going to be a fun ride.
  9. smithraypam

    smithraypam New Member

    I know!! This is one of the most exciting things I have ever attracted in my life! Envisioning where we will be within a year or two keeps me awake at night in anticipation [​IMG]
  10. smithraypam

    smithraypam New Member

    What state are you in John?
  11. jlw

    jlw New Member

    Kentucky, where Excel took off from. I was hoping this was going to happen, I really think Steve has hit another home run!
  12. smithraypam

    smithraypam New Member

    Kentucky? Then you must know Joel Guerin!

    Were you at the rally over the weekend?
  13. jguerin

    jguerin New Member

    I don't KNOW Joel Guerin, I AM Joel Guerin! And yes, for those skeptics out there, this IS the greatest opportunity in MLM. And a big "yes" to the person above who said you should LEARN the business! NO business succeeds without the owner learning it, and then WORKING it. But if you don't mind work, this is the most highly leveraged opportunity I've ever come across in more than 35 years since I completed an MBA. And this is a heck of a lot more fun than working in the conventional corporate world!!! Steve took a good two years to tinker with the program and the compensation plan. But now it's taking off. I know of no other comp plan with THREE forms of income to UNLIMITED depth. My income is up 1,000% in 9 months, and I don't mind sharing numbers with someone who's serious. Feel free to contact. I already have down line in 16 states!
  14. jlw

    jlw New Member

    Sure I know Joel, he is part of the downline that started with my first phone call. Never would I have thought something could grow like this from picking up the phone. Now I can't take credit for it, the woman I signed up was with Excel, and she knew what could possibly happen. And now it looks as if everything is coming together, she and her downline have taught me a lot about network marketing.

    As for making the rally, no my wife was not feeling well so I became soccer dad for the weekend. With a competitive program you simply do not miss games.
  15. smithraypam

    smithraypam New Member

    Joel signed up my sister-in-law who then signed us up.

    Small world [​IMG]
  16. walt

    walt New Member

    Hello all,

    My wife and I got involved with UCT back in November. Our first time in MLM. We live in Pennslyvania (one of Joel's 16 states), and we are seeing positive growth in our area.
    I attended the rally in Kentucky and personally met Steve Smith, Rayner,Tanya,Brad & Chris. I suggest to you, when there is another rally do your best to attend. Meeting all these people and having personal one on one time was a huge benefit to me. Seeing firsthand, how this truly is a family business.
    Looking forward to learn from others here about your successes and any tips on what we can do to make our own business more successful


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  17. brandy2

    brandy2 New Member

    Can someone post results on ULTIMATE TRAVEL.

  18. cherylonthego

    cherylonthego New Member

    Ultimate Choice Travel has been great!! I just started my business in Febuary and already have just under 200 in my downline! The company is alot of fun and I have yet to meet anyone who isn't a fun and positive influence!! We all made the right choice in joining Ultimate Choice Travel and I look forward to meeting all of you at the Travelfest in October!!! [​IMG]
  19. BHP

    BHP New Member

    Greetings all - my wife and I are new to MLM and feel lucky to start with UTC. The thing that makes me hesitate in sales is the guilt I feel if I sell someone something they dont want and dont need and want. I've found that travel is easy to talk about, and people take trips. I don't sell a product people will regret later in life! We compared UTCs prices with a local agency and the agency beat UTC on only 2 of 20 trips. So, I don't feel bad recommending them to other people. And of course, it makes our trips a whole lot easier. Here's an example. An older couple we know are taking a cruise. They are booking a total of a little over $4000 for a nice cruise, thru us. That's a $1000 check for us - 25% commission of anything booked through your site (including your vacations!) So, with that one transaction, we've made more money than we spent to get started, plus all of the monthly payments for a year - $300 more! We're excited about it - it's not like your selling candles or hair-care products - your selling memories (sounds cheesy, but it's true). I would highly recommend it if you are just starting out in MLM like us, or if you are looking for an MLM with a solid foundation and an excellent product. Oh yeah - a lot of people make a big deal about signing up people. I don't sign up anyone I don't think would really be able to benefit. I know signing up someone is easy money, but if there's a person (like our sister-in-law) who's vaugly interested, but we think would be quickly discouraged and dissillusioned, we advise them against it (as we did in her case). This is a cool chance to make some extra money and have fun, but don't go in thinking you'll be an instant millionaire - that's my best advise. However, if you are interested in MLM, (people do make money in them) - the one with a product this cool is the way to go. Thanks for all the other posts!
  20. BHP

    BHP New Member

    By the way Joel, would you mind giving out a few tips for success? You seem to be doing quite well. We're doing alright, but are lousy at the marketing side of it.

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