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Thursday, 21 July 2016 11:48

Loyalty Bonus

ANY Representative regardless of rank, on a minimum 75 Point BP, is eligible to receive the Loyalty Bonus. They will receive $75 in Australia, NZ, USA, Canada, UK and other countries or $110 in Japan, if they have 3 personally sponsored Representatives on at least a 75 Point BP.

As an alternative to the cash bonus, representatives can select to receive the Miessence Vitality Pack containing BerryRadical Antioxidant Superfood, DeepGreen Alkalising Superfood and InLiven Probiotic Superfood. The Vitality Pack is $Au187.65.

To count for the Loyalty Bonus, a Representative must be registered for BP for the entire month.

The Loyalty Bonus is essentially how you can ensure you receive your monthly 75PV order for free. It is a cash bonus – not a share of a pool – so you know every month you will receive a minimum of $75 plus some sponsor bonuses and/or Retirement Bonuses, which should be enough to cover the cost of your order. Of course, if your monthly order is above 75PV, you may have to pay a few dollars towards your order in the early stages.

It is best to try to have 4 or 5 Personally sponsored people in your team just in case one of them forgets to place an order and their BP order fails due to a credit card issue.

Choosing the Vitality Pack valued at $Au187.65 has been very popular with Representatives eligible for the Loyalty Bonus.

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