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Question about Sales Levels to be submitted.

julia.poe

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Nov 23, 2008
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Okay, I am confused. I know with the new career plan the sales levels you have to submit have changed. I have not submitted ANYTHING since May. So, in the old plan, I would go inactive the end of July and loose the 2%. With the new plan I know there is something about not submitting anything in six months I would be considered inactive.

I do have shows scheduled but not right now. With July being my 2nd month without submitting any sales will this change me being able to purchase my supples for Fall/Winter? I am prepared to bite the bullet and submit an $150 order to keep me active if I must. But, if it is not necessary for me to spend my money I would prefer to keep it.

I know this sounds confusing but I hope someone understands what I am trying to ask and helps me out. :love:
 

raebates

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Dec 6, 2005
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If I'm understanding your question, after 2 months in a row without $150 in sales you will go inactive. After 6 months you will no longer be a consultant and need to purchase a new kit.
 

ChefBeckyD

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Gold Member
Sep 20, 2005
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Okay, I am confused. I know with the new career plan the sales levels you have to submit have changed. I have not submitted ANYTHING since May. So, in the old plan, I would go inactive the end of July and loose the 2%. With the new plan I know there is something about not submitting anything in six months I would be considered inactive.

I do have shows scheduled but not right now. With July being my 2nd month without submitting any sales will this change me being able to purchase my supples for Fall/Winter? I am prepared to bite the bullet and submit an $150 order to keep me active if I must. But, if it is not necessary for me to spend my money I would prefer to keep it.

I know this sounds confusing but I hope someone understands what I am trying to ask and helps me out. :love:

Any month you don't submit, you are considered inactive. To reactivate, you need to submit $150 in sales.

2 consecutive months of inactive status and you lose your career sales, so.....

If you didn't submit anything in June or July, at the end of July, you would lose your career sales. (that extra 2%)
 

JodyB

Gold Member
Jul 11, 2009
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I also just read somewhere that consultants who are "inactive" in July will not be able to purchase the new products at 1/2 price. Best to submit 150$ this month.
 

Shawnna

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Feb 2, 2005
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I was thinking about this the other day...I think you have to submit 150.00 each month in order to stay active and you lose your career sales if you don't submit in a two month period. Which is basically the same as before except its a total of 300 instead of 200. I also think you have to be active the 3 consecutive months before the new season to be able to purchase samples...and receive a changeover kit. Is this correct?
 

ChefLoriG

Advanced Member
Gold Member
Mar 13, 2005
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yup, you are correct Shawnna. to play it safe, you should submit $150 every month so you don't have to worry....
 

pampchefsarah

Senior Member
Gold Member
Mar 24, 2008
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Jolie, the month isn't even half over. Can't you at least get a catalog show submitted, so you don't have to pay out of pocket? I wouldn't spend my own money unless it was 11pm on the very last day of the month, and it was obvious I wasn't going to get a single order.
 

Jennie4PC

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May 24, 2005
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So my recruit who submitted in June but had it on hold and didnt get it resolved till after the deadline, so she went inactive for June she wont get a change over kit? This is her 3rd month in the biz.
 
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