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Thursday, 21 July 2016 11:53

Sponsor Bonus

Sponsor Bonuses are paid up-line to Active Representatives from where the order is placed through 8 compressed levels. Compressed means that if a person is inactive and would have been eligible for the bonus had they been active, the bonus will flow up to the next active eligible person.

Sponsor Bonuses are paid on orders from Preferred Customers and Lifestyle Members no matter how long they have been with the company, and new Representatives within the first 30 days of their join date. There is a good explanation of how the Sponsor Bonuses pay up through the Compensation Plan on page 23 of the Comp Plan Overview, however let’s just focus on the payment you would receive if the order was placed by a person you have sponsored directly.

As you will see from the chart, you would receive 35% of the BV from this order, if we assume the BV payable on the order is $100, then you would receive $35.00 in Sponsor Bonus. Keep in mind, this is on top of the Customer Bonus already outlined and payable on the same order.

Unlike the Customer Bonus, which is only payable to the Sponsoring Representative, you will earn Sponsor Bonuses from orders placed by Customers etc who are sponsored by your down-line. Again if you look at the chart on pages 23 & 24 you will see how these can pay up to you from people sponsored below you.

 

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