Halloween is right around the corner, and in the next couple of weeks I’m going to feature some of the scary truths about the PlanNet Marketing Policies and Procedures. Keep in mind, these rules were all put in place to protect each and every one of our valued PlanNet Reps – but no protection can be in place without some consequences for rule-breakers. So here we go...
The Scary Truth About NOT Paying Your Monthly Fees! *creepy music plays*
It was a dark and stormy Friday morning, a commission payment day, and you somehow missed paying your PlanNet monthly account fee of $19.95! *muah, ha, ha, ha, haaaaaa*
In order to enjoy all the benefits of a Rep account with PlanNet Marketing, you must remain active by paying your monthly Rep fee of $19.95. If you don’t pay your monthly fee, you risk missing out on commissions!!! *SCREAMS* And even more scary, you risk losing your business. *gasps* “NOOOOOOO!” Yes, it’s true!!!
A Rep who allows their business to remain inactive (by not paying) for 60 days or more will lose all rights to their downline and Matrix position. If that Rep doesn’t reactivate within the 60-day grace period, PlanNet considers their account as cancelled and their agreement with PlanNet is expired. These accounts will be turned off and compressed. The Rep who owned the now canceled account is not allowed to reapply for a new Rep business for 12 months following the expiration of their Rep agreement.
SO SCARY!!! But, it’s true. If PlanNet Marketing allowed Reps to build a team but fail to pay their monthly fee and work their business - not actively supporting their team - then the networking model would fail. In order to protect those Reps who are active and fulfilling their agreements, we must remove these inactive positions.
Tune in next week for another scary truth that’s keeping you and your PlanNet business safe!!!
-- Policies and Procedures Section, located in your Virtual Office in the Information Center (go to Resources, then Policies and Procedures).
~Amanda Restivo, Manager of Compliance -- email@example.com