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Network Guidelines for Power Shoppers and Power Group Leaders

What a Power Shopper Does

A GDWStores.net Power Shopper will pass the recruiting Power Broker identification number to 20 or more Power Shoppers. Once this is done, he or she will buy $100 worth of merchandise or more from our affiliate stores. This process will continue once he or she becomes a Power Group Leader.

Becoming a Power Group Leader

A Power Shopper who has recruited 20 other Power Shoppers or more who have individually purchased at least $100 worth of merchandise can become a Power Group Leader. The Power Group Leader can then use their identification number to invite Power Shoppers to buy items worth $100 or more so that they, too, can become Power Group Leaders.

Benefits to All

As a Power Shopper, you must leave 20 Power Shoppers with your previous Power Group Leader when you move on to become a Power Group Leader yourself. When building your down line, you will receive 1% commission from the sales of your 20 previous recruited Power Shoppers plus commission from your down line Power Shopper purchases.

Because accounting pay to us is not the same in dollars and cents, we will pay 5% to our Power Group Leader, with 2% to be shared across the board. For example, if the purchase from the affiliate is $1,000, your Power Group Leader will receive 5% of the purchase, and the Power Shoppers will receive 2% each plus discount purchases.

If the Power Shopper recruits another Power Shopper, then the Power Group Leader will receive 1% of the Power Shopper purchases. For clarifications, do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

When Does Commission Stop?

If the Power Group Leader is no longer with our company or a Power Shopper, then all payments will cease.

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