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This scale is an estimated 5 sales per Member , per week, 10 week window + ONLY 5 Sales in one week.

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Level         Commission         Amount                            DownLineReferrals                Pay Out
1)                    20%                 4.00                                     0                                     4.00
2)                    10%                 2.00                                     5                                    10.00
3)                      9%                 1.80                                    25                                   45.00
4)                      8%                 1.60                                   125                                 200.00
5)                      7%                 1.40                                   625                                 875.00
6)                      6%                 1.20                                3,125                               3,750.00
7)                      5%                 1.00                               15,625                             15,625.00
8)                      4%                   .80                               78,125                             62,500.00
9)                      3%                   .60                             390,625                            234,375.00
10)                    2%                   .40                           1,953,125                           781,250.00
Totals                                                                      2,438,405                         $ 1,098,634.00


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United States of America Federal Trade Commission

US TRADE COMMISSION RULES:Business Guidance Concerning Multi-Level Marketing
1.   What is direct selling? What is multi-level marketing?

Direct selling is a blanket term that encompasses a variety of business forms premised on person-to-person selling in locations other than a retail establishment, such as social media platforms or the home of the salesperson or prospective customer.

Multi-level marketing is one form of direct selling. Generally, a multi-level marketer (MLM) distributes products or services through a network of salespeople who are not employees of the company and do not receive a salary or wage. Instead, members of the company’s salesforce usually are treated as independent contractors, who may earn income depending on their own revenues and expenses. Typically, the company does not directly recruit its salesforce, but relies upon its existing salespeople to recruit additional salespeople, which creates multiple levels of “distributors” or “participants” organized in “downlines.” A participant’s “downline” is the network of his or her recruits, and recruits of those recruits, and so on.

 readmore: https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/business-guidance-concerning-multi-level-marketing

Government of Canada

4.1 Multi‑level marketing plans

An MLM plan is a plan with three or more levels (the operator and at least two levels of participants) that promotes the supplyFootnote 3 of a productFootnote 4 to participants of the plan. Compensation is earned by participants in the MLM plan based on the supply of the product to participants and/or non‑participants of the MLM plan. A legitimate MLM plan focusses on the supply of products rather than the recruitment of prospective participants into the MLM plan and offers products that consumers value and are willing to purchase (certain terms used in this section are defined below).

To prevent the deception of prospective participants, if an operator or a participant makes any representation about the compensation that is or may be earned under the MLM plan, the operator or participant making the representation must disclose the compensation received by typical participants in the MLM plan.

Often a product purchase, such as a distributor kit, is required to participate in an MLM plan. If the operator of an MLM plan requires a person to purchase a product to participate in the MLM plan then the product must be sold at the seller's cost and only for the purpose of facilitating sales.
Definition of a multi‑level marketing plan

Subsection 55(1) of the Act defines an MLM plan as a plan in which a participant receives compensation for the supply of a product to another participant, who in turn receives compensation for the supply of the same or another product to yet another participant in the MLM plan. Subsections 55(2) and 55(2.1) set out certain obligations relating to compensation disclosure by operators of and participants in MLM plans. Failure to comply with these obligations is subject to criminal penalties as set out in subsection 55(3). The full text of these provisions is set out in Appendix A to this bulletin.

more info here: http://www.competitionbureau.gc.ca/eic/site/cb-bc.nsf/eng/03035.html#multi_level