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Can I Cancel My InteleTravel Enrollment?

Posted at Nov 19, 2015 10:30:00 AM in For Agents by InteleTravel

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Since becoming a travel agent with InteleTravel is fast and simple, you might be wondering, “Can I cancel my InteleTravel enrollment as easily as I registered?”

The answer is yes.

You are not obligated to remain in our agent program for any allotted period of time. The last thing we want to do is overwhelm our agents with any type of pressure when it comes to length of membership, amount of travel sold and money earned. Rather, we want all of our agents to book as much travel as they want to for as long as they want because InteleTravel is about providing people with an awesome opportunity to earn money from home, on their own terms, doing something they really enjoy. This means that you will never have to worry about being stuck in a membership that you are no longer utilizing or wish to be a part of.

Further, because our customers are our number one priority, we will give you your money back if you are unsatisfied with your membership and want to cancel it within 30 days of signing up. Although many of our agents stay with us for an average of 7 years—some even longer—we understand that InteleTravel may not be for everyone.

InteleTravel also offers a risk-free profit guarantee. If you do not earn back what it costs to be affiliated with InteleTravel after being an agent for one year, we will pay you the difference. Just write a request within a month of your one-year enrollment anniversary and ask for a refund. We will calcuate what you made and refund the money you didn't earn back.

Additionally, InteleTravel promises that the travel prices offered are the best in the industry. If for some reason you find a lower price somewhere else, we will match or beat it.

This just goes to show that you are in complete control over what you make of your InteleTravel experience. Long-term. Short-term. Full-time. Part-time. Everything is up to you.

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