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How long do you actually have to qualify?

Dec 30, 2005
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I have a host who is wanting to sign up but is concerned about getting her shows done in time. She has asked several people to do shows for her and one of them said she would like to do one in the fall. I am pretty sure that with her other shows she will qualify within a month or two, but I told her I would find out how long she actually has to qualify. Does anyone know?
 

pampermeRai

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KennethandTiffany said:
I have a host who is wanting to sign up but is concerned about getting her shows done in time. She has asked several people to do shows for her and one of them said she would like to do one in the fall. I am pretty sure that with her other shows she will qualify within a month or two, but I told her I would find out how long she actually has to qualify. Does anyone know?


I believe my recruiter said it was 3 months......
 

fruit76loop

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Sep 13, 2005
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As long as you want...

is the correct answer. The Pampered Chef does not put a time limit on how long it can take you to qualify. They of course would like you to qualify in your introductory period...but as many of you know, this doesn't always happen.

When a team member asks how long they have to qualify I let them know that I expect my team members to qualify in their introductory period and the Pampered Chef would like them to qualify in their first 3 months.

But I have a team member right now who signed last July who just submitted her 4th show and qualified. Now she of course went inactive before she qualified so neither of us get points towards the incentive trip!:(
 

pamperedbecky

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It really is as long as they want! As long as they're fine missing out on all the awesome super starter bonuses and all those great perks! If they go inactive, like Marlene said, they lose their incentive points they may have accumulated and won't get any when they qualify if they go inactive first (right?). So technically, it's a year because if you go inactive for a year, your contract is no longer valid and you'd have to sign up from scratch (pay $90 again) if you go a year without submitting $200.
 

ShanaSmith

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I believe there is one exception to that, they have to submit at least one show within the first 4 months, otherwise they are dropped off and basically kit nappers
 

monica_sweetconsultant

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it took me 3 months to qualify due to several cancellations. thank God the 3 shows I did before were always at least $200!! I did get my last SS so that was good!! I dont know why you would want to miss out on them if at all possible!!
 

bbauman07

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Apr 12, 2005
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all great advise but from some one who had a very slow start. I would encourage her to get as many of those first 6 shows with in her first few months. Try to make that fall show her 7th.

I was ready to give up in the beginning. All because my first 6 shows were scattered between 5 months. If she is want to earn her SS bonuses (like I was) and can't get there, that is bad taste #1 in your mouth, maybe times 3.
 
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