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    I'm thinking about joining but was just wondering if you have to have parties to become a consultant or can I just offer catalogues to people and be a consultant that way? (If that makes sense! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by RM05MB View Post
    I'm thinking about joining but was just wondering if you have to have parties to become a consultant or can I just offer catalogues to people and be a consultant that way? (If that makes sense! )
    You have to earn a minimum of I think 600 PRV per year. Whether you can make that just from handing out catalogues, I'm not sure. Also, the website will cost you $15 per month after your first three months, so I would want to make sure I was earning at LEAST that- you really don't want to be out of pocket.
    Although- you can become a 'hobbyist' and so don't have to hold parties or pay for the website; you can just be a consultant for your own benefit (mainly the 30% off).
    Have you had your own party?
    (Also another thought- plenty of consultants do online parties only, and don't go to people's homes. The shame there is that you miss out on 'having a go' at applying them with your prospective clients, but the party I held was online and by a little bit of research myself, I figured out how to apply them just fine!)

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    Thanks Nomsie :-)

    We live in a fairly small town so there isn't a lot of potential with parties. I'm interested in the wraps for my own personal use and am considering becoming a consultant mostly for the discount, but I also thought that as we don't have a consultant in our town (that I'm aware of) that i may be able to supplement the cost for me to buy some of the wraps, lol.

    Does the pvr have a conversion rate into $?

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    You can certainly just do catalogues or online. I offer all options myself.

    600PRV is roughly $876. The discount is good, but I pay full price for my items (although I've barely paid for any myself thanks to my rewards) so earn the PRV and then I get the commission on the Friday (which is the same as what you'd get discounted anyway).

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    Thanks heaps for all the info! :-)

    Oh that's a clever way of doing it! I'd order a bit throughout the year so it'd be good if that'd count towards the pvr. I'm not opposed to doing the parties I just don't want to push them. Plus it'd probably be a bit rude of me to ask people to hold a party as I haven't often gone to other people parties when invited, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RM05MB View Post
    Thanks heaps for all the info! :-)

    Oh that's a clever way of doing it! I'd order a bit throughout the year so it'd be good if that'd count towards the pvr. I'm not opposed to doing the parties I just don't want to push them. Plus it'd probably be a bit rude of me to ask people to hold a party as I haven't often gone to other people parties when invited, lol.
    I joined as a consultant mainly for myself. I've had a couple of outside orders but I'm not a pushy person. I'm already at close to that prv. In order to stay active though I think you're supposed to have 200prv per month, but I haven't managed that. I signed up for a year of website just in case but my accountant will sort it all out at tax time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by believa View Post
    I joined as a consultant mainly for myself. I've had a couple of outside orders but I'm not a pushy person. I'm already at close to that prv. In order to stay active though I think you're supposed to have 200prv per month, but I haven't managed that. I signed up for a year of website just in case but my accountant will sort it all out at tax time.
    200PRV is where you become active for the month and earn more bonuses, but you only have to do 600PRV for the 12 months to stay as a consultant or hobbyist.


 

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