I'm joining Platinum one destinations !

United States
January 15, 2008 6:54pm CST
This business is brand new and is part of the Synergy Marketing group. I am proud to be joining this business with these great people. It does cost $1200 to join. That is only til the end of January though. Then it goes up to the normal price of $1500. I am so excited about this business. For that price you do get your own website comparitable to Expedia, 15,000 points to be redeemed for vacations, and brand new friends all over the world. If you join and resell the package, you make at least $750 per sale. What if you just make one sale per week. And we promote face to face business. But the new system does sell it itself with online calls and web promotion. My friend who I am joining under, uses flyers. She goes out every other weekend and puts flyers out. She says that she has made quite a few sales that way. So online isn't always the only way.
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@talisman (1308)
• United States
18 Jan 08
Good luck with your new business! What happened to you doing Coastal, though?
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• United States
18 Jan 08
P1D is a branch off of Coastal since Coastal wasn't growing. P1D gives you your own website where you book your own travel at wholesale prices. When you sign up you get 15,000 pts toward future vacations. 1000 pts = a 3 day vacation. Plus if you just want to get your own site to get the wholesale pricing, it only costs $99 which is something that Coastal didn't offer.
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@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
16 Jan 08
Good luck on your "business"... In my opinion, if a business or program requires you to put in a membership "fee" first, its not worth it....coz you already lose the money in order to gain back...
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• United States
16 Jan 08
Well, with platinum one destinations, you are buying a vacation package of sorts. You get 15,000 pts with that membership fee. 1000 pts is equal to a 3 day vacation. How long would it take you to use up all of those points? A very long time. Therefore, you are buying vacations for the next how ever many years.
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