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Pampered Chef: Catalog show

  1. I'm having three catalog shows out of state and my director is letting me use her site for online orders. Since I'm still new and haven't reached the $1250 goal yet I don't have a site.

    So when my host's guest go to my directors site how will I get the orders then? :confused:

    Sep 28, 2009
  2. Maragib

    Maragib Member

    Your director will send the email that gets sent to her with the information about the guest and what they ordered. She will then have to get the payment information to you seperately. You enter it into P3 yourself and place the order in your host's name.

    You also can front the money for the website if you have it. The free 90 days will be tacked onto the end of your subscription.

    Sep 29, 2009
  3. Sheila

    Sheila Legend Member Gold Member

    Yes, I'm doing that now for both of my new recruits. On recruit #1's first show, we signed into my web page account from her computer & she transcribed the data from my web page to her P3 while I was sitting there training her on how to use P3. Show #2 didn't get any web orders. Show #3 was just established about 12 hours ago with no orders yet. Recruit #2 has her first show on my page with no orders yet, but I'll help her the same way. I'll go to her house & teach her how to use P3 to enter her orders.

    I agree, if you really want your own page, you can purchase it now. When I started out, I wasn't willing to pay more money up front. So I waited until I qualified to get the 90 day free trial. After trying it, I decided that it was a good thing to have & kept it.
    Sep 29, 2009
  4. beckyjsmith

    beckyjsmith Member

    I have done that for several of my consultants. I just explain that the website merely
    serves as a "holding tank" for the orders. It works well and has been very helpful in helping them qualify in that 30 day window.
    Sep 30, 2009
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