In BBB experience, travel offers are usually tied to a requirement to attend a presentation of some kind. Presentations conclude with attempts to enroll consumers in travel clubs, sell exclusive software, sell access to a special web site, or to train consumers to become travel agents. Customers are told they can expect elaborate and extensive discounts on their travel purchases.
In BBB experience, the upfront costs of enrollment or purchase in these programs are never recouped. Promised travel discounts rarely materialize and legitimate travel consolidators, lodgings, airlines and rental car agencies generally do not recognize credentials issued by these companies and groups.
The free trips that are offered as incentives are difficult or impossible to book and usually require an upfront "good faith" deposit prior to any attempt to use the free travel certificate. Refunds of the upfront deposit are also difficult to get. The free trips are often used as bait to up-sell more available trips and package tours.
BBB urges extreme caution if you respond to this or similar offers.