WorldVentures will be absorbed into Seacret Direct; WorldVentures brand to be shelved.
In a November 12th webinar to its field, WorldVentures Holdings announced a merger with beauty products company Seacret Direct. According to the call, WorldVentures will be absorbed into Seacret Direct, and the WorldVentures brand will be shelved. The company’s DreamTrips products and travel booking engine will be offered through Seacret Direct.
WorldVentures affiliates who stay on will effectively become Seacret Direct affiliates, working under Seacret Direct’s compensation plan.
According to the company:
“The strategic alliance allows full access for all WorldVentures representatives to Seacret’s products and compensation plan. The plan allows for the representatives of WorldVentures to enhance their current income generated through the sale of travel memberships through WorldVentures by also selling Seacret’s products which can be enjoyed now while travel is such a difficult benefit for customers to use. Compensation for those Seacret product sales will be paid directly from Seacret to the representatives who opt in as Seacret Agents.
This expanded alliance follows the launch of WorldVentures’ DreamBody line of travel-centric nutrition and wellness products that complement its industry-leading travel membership, DreamTrips. Seacret and WorldVentures had already partnered in offering a more limited version of the Seacret VIP product access through DreamBody but this new expanded agreement allows full access to all Seacret products at Seacret Agent pricing, their deepest discount administered through Seacret’s compensation plan.
Like many companies with a travel centric product offering, WorldVentures has been deeply impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic and maintaining its customer base through the launch of this product line and a new enhanced agreement with Seacret allows for its representatives to enjoy additional income opportunities while maintaining the benefits of their membership community and products.
The expectation is that this new enhanced alliance will help to transition the period of pandemic to a more open travel climate globally and proceeds exploratory conversations on other opportunities to enhance their strategic relationship.”
What a scum organization. Already telling ex reps that they will not be paid what’s owed them. This is the truth…WV’s problems have little to do with Covid. It started in 2017 when they stopped paying commissions and residuals to their reps. Then the Flye card fiasco and the China debacle. fter all, CEO Josh Payne left prior to the major outbreak.
I was a member of world venture and I need to know what happen to my account