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Old 06-01-2005, 05:20 AM   #1  
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OK...I have been bitten by the SU bug...I have been buying from my friend who is a demo. My DH is saying I should sign on as a demo (I used to do Direct Sales for another company). My question is: Would I be offending my friend who I buy alot from, or would she benefit as my upline; what percentage of my sales would she get a commision? Just want to do the right thing here! Also,what are the quotas to be a demo? Any other perks, promos, etc, as I see something mentioned about 25% off in June on retiring sets?? Any info would be appreciated! Thanks!!
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Your friend will be thrilled to sign you up, I'm sure. She will only make 4% of your sales as opposed to the 20+% she got off you as a customer, but that 4% is on the sales you get as a demo. In the long run, it will benefit her more, especially if you are successful. Sounds like you want to be, so I'm sure you will be.

The 25% off retiring sets is not a promotion by SU!, rather a promotion that a particular demo is offering. There is no special for the month, per se, other than double hostess sets to hostesses who have a $350+ workshop.

Sign up! You'll be glad you did and so will your friend.
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SU does do a lot of sales here and there... YOUR biggest benefit would be 20% off ALL your orders!!! Your Upline (friend) will make a commission off of you if your sales are high enough... I would talk to your friend and she can give you all the info out there on becoming a demo. I am mostly a hobby demo, and give good sales to the few people that I have now for customers to keep my minimums, which are only $300 a quarter. The first quarter you sign up in though is waived so you get longer to make your very first minimum.. Oh ya and your first order YOU put in as a Hostess order (order over $150) you get 30% off of that first one!!
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