I would run away from Bark because they're totally not a real site. I am not a business yet I keep getting emails that say "a new client wants your quote" it's absolutely ridiculous. These are PHISHING EMAILS I'm receiving from Bark and the FCC is looking into it as well as my attorney because they're becoming annoying. Apparently they are hoping I'll click on something in their emails in order to confirm my email address is a real one. Once confirmed as legit, then it can be added to the "real emails to sell" spam list. As far as actual clients from Bark, everyone on every website across the globe is claiming to have lost money with Bark so I wouldn't risk it personally. If I owned a travel agency I'd probably make social media pages and leave my business cards at every local business that allowed it. Advertise in small newspapers, church mailers, stuff like that. That's where my husband and I find our travel assistance. Flyers and mailers.