It’s the beginning of December, a very special month, ending an even more special year! We here at PlanNet celebrated our first year in business just a short time ago and our future looks oh, so bright – much like all the Christmas lights in my neighborhood. My children frequently request that we take the long way around the block so we can see all those beautiful lights every evening.
Remember though, as happy as the holiday season can be for many, it can also be downright tough for others. The loss of a job, a home, or a loved one can turn an otherwise merry and bright season into a dreary, depressing one. Share some love and some light – share PlanNet Marketing! It may be the glimmer of hope some people are looking for right now. 
As a reminder, here are some guidelines for sharing the best company on the PlanNet: 

  • No selling on Social Media! You can tell the world about your PlanNet business – our product, the mission, the opportunity; you can prospect and support your team, but please don’t do any actual selling on your profile or page. If somebody is interested – they’ll let you know and you can give them your phone number or email address so you can connect and talk more!

  • Keep it Clean! Remember you’re representing a fabulous company. A professional company. A business. We want the world to take us seriously. Please avoid inappropriate conversations, comments, images, video, audio, applications or any other adult, profane, discriminatory or vulgar content.

  • No “Specials!” Please do not come up with your own “sales” or “offers” granting advantages in pricing that PlanNet Marketing is not offering. We don’t allow our Reps to offer special enticement advertising or pricing. You must only advertise and sell ITAs at company published prices.

  • Follow the Rules! If you get an email from me, or anyone at PlanNet, asking for a response or for your cooperation – please take it seriously, and respond promptly and courteously. Also, if you see or hear another Rep do or say something that you think maybe isn’t correct – speak to them privately and recommend they fix it, or at least suggest they ask me about it to make sure it’s approved or correct.

We’re so very proud of each and every one of you and the difference you’re making – keep it up! The PlanNet needs you – and so do we. 
-- Policies and Procedures Section 4.4.E & 4.6, located in your Virtual Office in the Information Center (go to Resources, then Policies and Procedures).
~Amanda Restivo, Manager of Compliance --