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So I just took a look at the compensation plan and yup, we definitely are better.
Here’s the website that I found for it.
Basically, it’s another binary plan.
You have to pay a monthly fee for your vitamin to be active.
With them, if you stop paying your autoship for 30 days, you are removed from their system.
You need to sponsor 2 people to get paid bi-monthly, one at the 1st, and one on the 16th, ours is weekly.
They pay 25% on the weekside of the CV (Commissionable Volume) where 120 CV = is $125.00 = 1 bottle of 360 capsules. So basically, let’s break it down to dollar to dollar value. If you have one person on the left, and two people on the right, than they will pay 25% of the CV on the weaker side which is 25% of 120 CV ($125.00) which is $30.00. So you need to bring in a total of 3 people, one on the left, two on the right to get paid which is a total of 3 X $125.00 = $375 which then pays you $30.00…. which is 8% in reality. Of course with GWT, $3000.00 pays $300.00 which is 10%. So we have a higher payout essentially.
Also, with these types of plans that pay on the weaker leg, it’s funny and strange to me because who would ever want to be on your weaker leg? Also, it’s only good for the company because they know that they only ever have to pay the weakler leg and never the bigger side. The numbers I used above was for this thing called the Bionx but if you do the “8 A Day”, it’s even worse. it pays 7.8%.
Again, more problems arise because they’re in the nutrition field which basically becomes hard to deal with as we all know.
We also have a 10% matching payout on 1st generations like theirs but we also get a 5% matching payout on the second generation where they don’t.