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March End-of-month Commission Statements

smspamperedchef

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I used your trick from last month's post last night! :p

Thanks again!
 

NooraK

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I must have gone to bed too early then, because it didn't work yet when I tried last night :D
 

Sheila

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I LOVE PC! :D

Summary
March 2010 Earnings 1673.02
Adjustments: -573.15
Total March 2010 Payment 1099.87

I can't wait until it reads 10,998.70 LOL
 

chefheidi2003

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OOH..Now I am very happy..this is all going into my fun money..which right now I am saving up for my spending money on my cruise in 11 weeks..and my check was bigger than I was expecting..I never took my over rides into account..Now I am SUPER HAPPY!!
 
Mar 2, 2010
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Can someone tell me what the insurance deduction is for?
 

beckyjsmith

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Can someone tell me what the insurance deduction is for?
If you are in a host's house, and say, while you are using her microwave, it breaks. She blames you and BAM! You're stuck with the bill. Or you drop her cell phone into the dishwater. OR you knock her crystal punchbowl onto the tile and it breaks.. and it is worth a substantial amount of money.
That's what the insurance is for. It covers any mishaps or damage caused to the host's home or property that you could be responsible for.
I know one lady who wore some super snazzy new tall heeled boots to a show. Her host had just had new hardwood floors put down. My friend's boots ruined those floors... and her host had just paid $10,000.00 for her floors.
Thank goodness for that $2.00 per month deduction. The insurance covered the replacement costs.
 

beckyjsmith

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Oh wow... thanks for the explanation! :)

No problem! I always wondered the same thing until my friend told me what happened to her. ( the one with the boots.) I was all ooooohhh... whew!!
 
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I never even noticed until today, shows ya how much I pay attention! LOL I've been in since the end of Jan. So still a "newbie" ;)

That would be horrible... the whole boot thing...
 

dannyzmom

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If you are in a host's house, and say, while you are using her microwave, it breaks. She blames you and BAM! You're stuck with the bill. Or you drop her cell phone into the dishwater. OR you knock her crystal punchbowl onto the tile and it breaks.. and it is worth a substantial amount of money.
That's what the insurance is for. It covers any mishaps or damage caused to the host's home or property that you could be responsible for.
I know one lady who wore some super snazzy new tall heeled boots to a show. Her host had just had new hardwood floors put down. My friend's boots ruined those floors... and her host had just paid $10,000.00 for her floors.
Thank goodness for that $2.00 per month deduction. The insurance covered the replacement costs.

Or like the time I spilled cranberry juice concentrate all over my host's oriental rug..ouch:eek:
 

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