Some of the high school students are taking part in discussion and involved in Wotabu, a sketchy "company" that offers travel deals. Students/clients can become ambassadors to live a "life worth talking about" with great adventures. Of course, all these people are asked to do is purchase a membership of $400, $300, or $50. Paying to work!?…Name one legitimate business where that happens! After reviewing the website (www.wotabu.com), people are sucked into believing they can live a life of adventure for extremely cheap prices. After paying, you receive "commission" for having other people sign up…so basically you’re scamming friends/family for vacations that aren’t legit. After reading online reviews and speaking with students, we find that people aren’t truly receiving discounts and traveling to different destinations. The higher up and founding people make money, while the lower people may make a little commission.There are online rumors that the company is already being investigate for suspicious activity and schemes. Their founders are under investigation for past companies and pyramid schemes. See "Vemma", a former company that sold nutritional drinks based on a "multi-level marketing approach". This company was the scam people tried to include me in while i was in college 5 years ago. The company’s Facebook page says they are based in Nairobi, Kenya (because great American travel agencies always start there!).They speak of access to hotels/resorts/beaches that everyone has access to, and the "discounted" prices don’t include flight, travel, food, etc. Reviews say that people lose money and aren’t paid commissions.Network and multi-level marketing= pyramid scheme!!!