What is the TripleClicks Executive Pool?
TripleClicks Executive Pool can be considered as a profit sharing pool. It is a monthly income stream available to all SFI affiliates with EA (Executive Affiliate) and higher status (Team Leader). SFI puts 40% of the CV* of EVERY TripleClicks purchase—companywide—into the Tripleclicks Executive Pool. For each VersaPoint (VP)** you accumulate during the month, you receive one share of the month’s pool. The more VP you score, the more you can earn from the TripleClicks Executive Pool. You can also earn more shares by becoming a Team Leader.
How does the TripleClicks Executive Pool work?
At the end of every month, the total Commission Volume (CV) from all sales at TripleClicks will be determined. 40% of this total CV amount becomes the TripleClicks Executive Pool.
Thereafter, it will be determined how many shares have been earned. The total pool amount will be then divided by the number of shares earned. This will then determine the share value each month.
Watch out: You have to score at least 1500 VersaPoints (VP) for the month in order to earn one share of the pool for each of your VP.
— You score 1500 VP for the month, so you earn 1500 shares of the TripleClicks Executive Pool.
— You score 6199 VP for the month, so you earn 6199 shares of the TripleClicks Executive Pool.
* Commission Volume (CV): it is the difference between the product’s wholesale cost and the retail price. The difference between the two is called the Gross Margin. CV is typically 65% of the Gross Margin. The higher the margin, the higher the CV.
** VersaPoints (VP): are points awarded for doing various actions throughout the month. The more points one scores each month, the more one can earn from the pool.
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