YTB or Yourtravelbiz.com is a buisness based out of Edwardsville, IL. This is a buisness you can become a "part" of and to become a part of it you have to be brought in under someone and you're going to shell out about $500 initially invest into the buisness,-that right there will make someone want to run since that's a lot of money for some people and a lot of people don't want to give up that kind of cash to invest in a buisness such as this one.
Then you have to shell out an additional $175 for their training session to become an RTA(Representing Travel Agent) and that doesnt include a $50 a month website maintenance fee. You do the math how much do you think that comes out to? 675(initial $500 set up and $175 training fee cost) + $600(total cost to maintain website for one full year paid in $50 installments)comes to about $1275-that's a lot of money to invest into a business especially if you don't have that kind of money.
I feel this isnt a legitimate buisness because you have to spend a lot of valuable time drumming up clients into the buisness to really make anything and that could be time you could put into a business with a reputation to generate a legitimate income without the MLM(Multi level marketing) or pyramid scheme tactics. The $1275 total cost for this buisness is too much money and if you don't get the turnout you want you're out of $1275.
It's not worth it and if you want to get into legitimate buisness for yourself spend some time doing a lot of research on buisnesses or organizations make sure they're not appearing on this site or have complaints against them with consumer advocate groups or the better buisness bureau before you invest anything over $500 to start a buisness.
YTB isnt even a real buisness if they can't get a real website with legitimate contact information such as a phone number and working company email and a directory list to show people the different departments to speak to the appropriate person to deal with specific issues. Take your money and dreams of starting a business elsewhere this is a joke seriously.