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Pampered Chef: Past Consultant wants to rejoin

  1. Ok, so I have a show coming up in late February where the host is a past consultant. She signed about three years ago, but never really got into it. (Not sure if she even qualified)

    So now she's asking all those "tell-tale" questions and is definitely interested in trying again. What would she have to do? She already has a kit but would need all of the new paperwork.

    Would she have to purchase a new kit?

    I'm trying to get her to convert her show with me into an open house for herself.

    Does anyone have any tips on what she needs to do?

    Jeanmarie Toler
    Brentwood, CA
  2. DZmom

    DZmom Veteran Member

    She would have to purchase a new kit and she would receive a new id # as well. From what I understand HO asks for their old as well to make certain they are not banned from Pampered Chef!
    Feb 7, 2006
  3. Have her fill out a new agreement. She will have to spend the $90.00 again and if there is any reason that PC had an issue with her as a consultant the first time then they will let you know. Otherwise, so long as everything looks good she will be able to become a consultant once again. (If it had been less than a year she would not have to buy her kit again but she also would not be able to sign under you as a new recruit. She would still be under her old recruiter)
  4. Never fulfilled past agreement

    Do you think it would be a problem that she never fullfilled her agreement to perform 6 shows when she signed three years ago? They wouldn't ban her for that, would they?
  5. DZmom

    DZmom Veteran Member

    No, according to my director, The Pampered Chef won't ban you for that. The only time that she has EVER heard of them banning someone is if they do a show and STEAL the customers money!
    Feb 7, 2006
  6. I'm a returning consultant and had no difficulty signing up again last week.

    Just went online gave all my info- they found my old consultant #, must have matched by name or ssn. Assigned me a new #
    Of course, I had to buy a new kit and started fresh and new. As if it was my first time.
  7. Sooner PC

    Sooner PC Member

    I was a past consultant and signed back up. I had to pay the $90, got the new product and I hit the ground running. I liked that I had to buy a new kit. I have a to go kit and my stay home tools. Most of the stay home tools are the older model and I don't have to worry about packing up my kitchen for a show.

    I did have a past host who wanted to sign up and PC said no. I don't know what the issue was, but she wasn't allowed to sign back up.

    Boomer Sooner
    Shannon Overstreet
    Feb 8, 2006
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