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Home Based Travel Business Still Strong Despite California State Lawsuit


The decision by Jerry Brown, California Attorney General to investigate and fine (YTB) is causing consternation by many in the home-based travel business and those who may be exploring the industry as an option.

But the industry leaders are urging people not to over-react.

“The home-based travel business is a very solid, stable and well established industry that will continue to thrive,” says Alexander Anolik, widely recognized as one of the pre-eminent travel attorneys in the world and president of the largest U.S. law corporation focusing on the practice of travel law. “Especially in this economy, where people are finding home-based businesses a lucrative option and travel an appealing specialty, such ventures are a bright spot.”

More than 250,000 join the ranks of independent home-base entrepreneurs each week and in the U.S. alone, more than $427 billion in sales is conducted through home-based businesses. Statistics show that 53% of all businesses are home-based.

One such growing company that offers a safe and viable option in travel to the home based business entrepreneur is, a state-of-the-art travel company delivering a comprehensive suite of unique travel services though the internet. Although still in beta development for the travel innovations net will ultimately unveil to the marketplace, it is open to travelers and entrepreneurs now, offering membership benefits, and a full array of travel services. provides vital resources and valuable services to travelers via its Traveler’s Lounge, where website visitors connect with likeminded travelers to gather all the useful insider information necessary for successful travel planning, along with rich travel destination content, dynamic booking engines, customer service by phone or email and a sophisticated social networking community that allows travelers to share information. intends to fill the void left by the demise of the traditional travel agent.

Created and developed by travel innovator Net Trav, Inc. of San Diego, CA,
offers a $99/year membership-based service that enables individuals to earn money from selling memberships directly to their friends and colleagues and to earn rebates on travel purchased on the website. Members are provided a Personal Replicated Travel
Portal that lets them book their own travel and provide the travel booking services to family and friends. is not multilevel marketing,” says founder and CEO Deborah Smith. “We offer a safe haven to anyone who is reluctant at this point or needs to continue booking travel for their clients. They’ll find our high quality service intuitive, with excellent offerings including special weekly packages tailored to all classes of worldwide travel.
“In this economy it is imperative to offer people alternatives so they don’t have to give up traveling even though they are spending less. We excel at developing vacation packages for our members and customers that really stretch their travel dollars. And with, we’ll be making a contribution to an environmentally-based non-profit foundation for every dollar spent on travel by our customers with our ECO Reward program.”

Attorney Scott Warren, whose practice focuses on network marketing law, says that companies like are a perfect alternative during a time like this. “A home-based travel marketer can sell travel via an individualized membership, and reap commissions and rebates without having to worry. You’re not selling though an extended “downline”. The focus of the California Attorney General lawsuit against YTB is the disparity between “recruiting” commissions and the actual commissions earned for the sale and booking of travel, which should not be an issue when dealing with a travel heavy company like netTrav.”

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