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Non-Commission order ?

esavvymom

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I have a question- what is the difference between:

Supply Order - Anything besides what is on the Supply PDF on Consultants Corner?
Sample Package - ?
Replacement Parts - pretty self explanatory
Personal Order - what's the diff bw this and things I'd order on a Supply order?
Kit Enhancements - I know I can get products in my 4th month and in April. Anything else for this category?

I am just confused about what I would order some of the products under - like I want to order a few product items for my kit, but would it be a Supply Order, Personal Order or something else? Or will P3 prevent me from making a mistake?
 

GourmetGirl

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Personal Orders are when you want something from the catalog that is not on the supply order. It provides you with your appropriate discount (20% base, 22% for 15k in sales, etc) on the products.

Sample Packages are where we order the new products at 50% off. These orders can be placed on Consultant's Corner or in P3, they are both the same.

Kit Enhancements are just for your 4th month and April - nothing else.

HTH!
 

esavvymom

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Ok. Thanks! I wasn't too far off then. :)
 

jenniferm

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NO they do not...however, if you put it in under someone elses name it does...you get commission off it and points...that is as long as it is not business supplies/samples...etc.
 

BethCooks4U

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NO they do not...however, if you put it in under someone elses name it does...you get commission off it and points...that is as long as it is not business supplies/samples...etc.

If you buy something in someone else's name you do not have the warranty and you can not claim them on your taxes. If it's a gift for someone else I always put it in their name (even with the director discount available to me) because between the points and sales toward incentives and the fact that any warranty issue would be easier to resolve, it makes sense to me. But if it was for ME I would never use someone else's name. That just isn't the way we should do business. Be honest. It's the best policy.
 

candiejayne

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KEM doesn't count either then does it? Only what customers actually buy right? Sorry for all of the questions, I'm having a bad day LOL
 

BethCooks4U

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KEM doesn't count either then does it? Only what customers actually buy right? Sorry for all of the questions, I'm having a bad day LOL

That's right. Kit enhancement month doesn't count for commissionable sales either.

Think of it this way if it's a non-commissionable order or for YOU it doesn't count.

Don't be sorry. It's good to ask if you aren't sure.
 
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