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Consumer Alert: Travel Navigator

Based on a phone call to Travel Navigator in July 2000, Travel Navigator had stopped offering its business opportunity about two months earlier.
If you believe the people at Travel Navigator, an investment of about $600 will net you savings on travel expenses as well as referral fees that you earn by recruiting others to become Travel Navigator associates.

According to the Travel Navigator business opportunities introduction page, you need to pay this money to become a Travel Navigator associate before you can receive these referral fees. Curiously, paragraph 6 of the Travel Navigator Independent Representative Agreement contradicts the promise of such referral fees.

In any case, this arrangement is virtually the definition of an illegal pyramid scheme. It's about as bright a red flag as there can be.

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Updated July 12, 2000