Compliance, the act of following the rules, is SO important. Breaking certain rules in the PlanNet Marketing Policies and Procedures could mean a loss of access to your Virtual Office, loss of commissions, or worse yet, loss of your PlanNet Marketing website and account. This is serious stuff people!
This week at the PlanNet Marketing National Convention in Atlanta, GA, 2,000 of our Reps have a chance to sit through PlanNet Marketing University Classes where they’ll receive outstanding training from our corporate staff, Directors, vendors and more. Remember, these people are experts and are teaching you some amazing things. Just make sure that if you hear something that doesn’t make sense, or doesn’t ring true – that you check it out. Check the Policies and Procedures, check with that instructor immediately after their class, or better yet, email me at email@example.com.
Please make sure that you know the rules and are following them. Don’t rely on someone else’s knowledge of the rules. If you assume your instructor, your sponsor or your Director know every rule and policy, you’re setting yourself up for a fall. Now don’t get me wrong – our instructors, Reps and Directors are a fantastic group, operating with the most integrity I have ever seen in network marketing – they ROCK! But YOU have to know the rules – you can’t rely on anyone to do this for you. This is your business.
Following the rules and being compliant don’t happen by accident. Be intentional in building your business and holding yourself to a high standard of integrity. Be open to correction if you are found to be breaking a rule (even if accidentally). Be ready and willing to move forward after making a mistake; no one is perfect.
-- Policies and Procedures Section 2.2, located in your Virtual Office in the Information Center (go to Resources, then Policies and Procedures).
~Amanda Restivo, Manager of Compliance -- firstname.lastname@example.org