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Old 07-27-2005, 08:55 PM   #1  
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Default Questions about hobbyist/Regular Demo discount?

What is the discount for a 'hobbyist' demo as compared to a 'regular' demo?

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Old 07-27-2005, 09:03 PM   #2  
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There is no difference. It's 20% either way you go. Forgive me if you already knew this but a hobby demo (me!) is someone who signs up for the discount to buy for herself. A regular demo does it as a business.

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no difference...remember, your first hostess order is a 30% discount if done during your first 45 days.

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Old 07-28-2005, 04:37 AM   #4  
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Default Just so I am clear re: SU! discount.....

Just to clarify , you mean that as an SU demo I normally get a 20% discount?

Is there any additonal discount added to that as my sales increase?

I do understand that receiving commission on a downline is a different income, I'm just interested in the most I could earn on my sales.

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Talking more sales more money

You get 20% off the top, you don't have to even send that to the company, however the more you sell in a month the more you wil make at the end of the month, they will direct deposit in a acount you set up in or around the 10th buiseness day of the following month.
The percentage are as follows

0-$149 -
$150- $249.99 3.5%
250-$499.99 4.0%
500- 749.99 4.5%
750 -999.99 5.0%
It goes up from there but if you are a hobbist I doubt you would spend over a thousand dollars in one month, if you do you desevre to get 6% of that back. It is called a volume rebate. Hope that helps
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Yes, you get an instant income of 20% off each order placed for catalog product. (no discount on supply items). As your personal sales increase you get what is called a volume rebate. It could be as an additional 3.5 % for sales of $150-$250 a month to as much as an additional 12% for sales of $10,000 or more. The percentages change as you increase your monthly sales. You also get the different percentages on your downline's sales depending on where your own sales are.

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Default Thanks very much for your replies. nft

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I have also considered becoming a demo but the quarterly sales seemed like a lot to me. I do this as a hobby not for money. I am wondering how do you become a hobby demo? Would my upline still get a kick back if I decided to become a hobby demo? Can I still buy a demo starter kit or is that something that you have to buy? I am just really curious as to how that would all work? Would my upline know all about this? Just Wondering.
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Yes, if you have a demo that you work with. She/He should be able to get you the information that you need.
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I have also considered becoming a demo but the quarterly sales seemed like a lot to me. I do this as a hobby not for money. I am wondering how do you become a hobby demo?
ALL folks, whatever their goals, sign up for the same kit, at the same price. Quarterly sales to remain active are $300 and are required by EVERY demo'r, no matter level, goals, etc. to maintain "active" status.

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Would my upline still get a kick back if I decided to become a hobby demo?
The only person that receives a "downline override commission" would be the individual you choose to sign up under, who is known as your upline. And, of course, any up to 4 more levels above her would be entitled to a downline override commission off your sales. However, SU! directly compensates the upline(s) with the overrides, NOT you. None of that comes out of your earnings in any way whatsoever.

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Can I still buy a demo starter kit or is that something that you have to buy?
I do not understand this question.

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Would my upline know all about this? Just Wondering.
Your potential upline should know or be able to get the information you seek.
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