Here’s more "Scary Truths from PlanNet Marketing." The truth about following the Policies and Procedures and remaining legal and ethical in your business dealings can be very scary, but with a few tips and a healthy dose of knowledge, your PlanNet Marketing business won’t elicit fear in the hearts of you or your business partners.


Keep Your Account Active, Pay Your Monthly Fee

It was a dark, stormy Thursday morning, a commission payment day, and somehow you missed paying your PlanNet monthly account fee of $19.95! *screams of fright* “NOOOOOOO!”

To enjoy all the benefits of being a Rep with PlanNet Marketing, you must remain active by paying your monthly account fee of $19.95. If you don’t pay your monthly fee, you risk missing out on commissions!!! And even more scary, you risk losing your business. *GASP* Yes, it’s true!!!

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An inactive Rep is no longer eligible to receive weekly commissions. A Rep who is inactive for 30 days or more is no longer eligible to earn residual commissions. A Rep who allows their business to remain inactive 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 cancelled and their agreement with PlanNet is expired. We monitor for inactive accounts and turn them off weekly. The Rep who owned the now canceled account must re-enroll (under the same sponsor) and begin building their team from scratch. Ranks or qualifications from the old account do not transfer to the new one. SO SCARY!!! But, it’s true.

PlanNet Marketing is working to protect the Personal Freedom, Time Freedom, and Financial Freedom of each and every one of our Reps. If PlanNet allowed Reps to hold onto inactive positions indefinitely, the networking model would fail. In order to protect those Reps who are active and fulfilling their agreements, and protect our Matrix, we must enforce the active renewal of each Rep account.

-- The PlanNet Marketing Policies and Procedures are located in your Virtual Office in the Information Center (go to Resources, then Policies and Procedures)

.~ Amanda Restivo, Vice President, Compliance --