AVC to Pay Weekly Commissions Via Direct Deposit

America's Vacation Center, a leading travel agency, announced Monday it will begin paying its affiliated agents weekly via direct deposit. AVC is offering weekly, automated commission payments via direct deposit for the hundreds of professional travel agents in its network. AVC is able to meet agent demand for weekly commission payments by using Agent Power, AVC's proprietary software. A fully integrated, web-based sales management system for professional travel agents, Agent Power also has real-time commission reporting and Commission Tracker, which automatically finds and collects unpaid commissions. For more information, visit [www.JoinAVC.com].

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