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In less than 30 years it has grown from a little startup in rural Idaho to a billion-dollar enterprise doing business in 17 countries around the globe. It has become one of the largest catalog and online retailers in North America. And it is the largest manufacturer of consumer packaged goods in the Northwest. Today, more than a million people shop with Melaleuca every month.
From the beginning, it was destined to be different. Probably because it was created to put people first. People before profit. People before anything else. It’s mission? Enhancing the lives of those we touch by helping people reach their goals.
Melaleuca is also on a mission to improve our environment with non-toxic, home-cleaning products that are safer for your home and allow you to live clean without the hazards of harsh chemicals. Melaleuca is a world leader in concentrated products. Products that require less water to make, less fuel to ship, and less plastic to package. It’s better for the environment inside your home… and outside.
Melaleuca sells environmentally friendly nutritional supplements, cleaning supplies, and personal-care products.
There are three ways to make money at Melaleuca…
* The company states that all commissions and bonuses earned are based on the sale of products to end consumers.
* You do not earn commissions and bonuses for recruiting or signing up customers.
You join Melaleuca with the status of Marketing Executive.
Ways To Earn Compensation
There are ten different types of commissions and bonuses…
Ways to Earn Compensation
This is earned by enrolling a customer and they buy a pack.Note that if your customer purchases two packs in the first two months, you will only get commission on the first pack.
Signing up a new member, their membership kit on file and the member having fulfilled their monthly product point commitment.
On the second month that your customers order products, you can earn 7%, 14%(with 8-19 customers) or 20%(20+ customers up to 150 points) of the product points they purchase monthly.
You earn 7% on the product points purchased each month by the customers of your downline.
In the 1st five months of enrolment, develop 20 quality customers.
To qualify for this ongoing bonus, you have to complete 3 steps:
As you grow your business, you will continue to receive a one time bonus for each Director status as long as you advance one level each month.
Each time one of your downline reaches Director and above, you earn an amount equal to 50% of their one time bonus.
Your status has to be higher than or equal to your member’s status to get this payment.
Based on the increase of new customers in your business you can enter into this pool.
When you have net growth during the month taken over a three month average.
The payments are Senior Directors($500), $1,000 to $2,000 for Executives and Corporate Directors.
If you are a Senior Director then $400 is yours towards a qualifying car of your choice.
Executive Directors get $1,000 towards their cars.
Melaleuca Celebrates the Holidays by Filling Pantries and Donating Toys
Press Release | 12/22/2013
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho, Dec. 20, 2013 — Melaleuca and hundreds of its employees have been quietly spreading holiday cheer around Southeast Idaho, making the season a little brighter for children and families in need. Because of Melaleuca’s charitable efforts, dozens of local families will have stocked pantries this winter and hundreds of children will have new presents under their Christmas trees.
After purchasing 12,500 pounds of food to help families in need, Melaleuca identified and assisted several families from Ashton to Pocatello who are suffering extreme hardship. Each family received a three-month supply of non-perishable food, 40 pounds of meat, along with new clothing and toys for the children. Melaleuca also donated more than 1,000 cans of food to help the Idaho Falls Soup Kitchen.
Melaleuca employees also helped Santa by generously purchasing new toys for 300 children who they adopted through The Salvation Army’s Angel Giving Tree program. They donated new toys, books, video games, sporting equipment, gift certificates, art supplies, coats, snow boots, and other clothing for children ranging from infants to teenagers. Over the past six weeks, many employees in the Idaho Falls and Rexburg customer call centers opted to trade all or a portion of their incentive checks for presents going toward children who otherwise might not have had anything to open this Christmas.
Melaleuca has participated in The Salvation Army’s Angel Giving Tree program for 12 years now. Salvation Army volunteers will wrap and distribute the gifts in the coming days.
“With the need greater than ever, we appreciate Melaleuca’s significant charitable contributions and its steady commitment to improving the Idaho Falls community,” the Salvation Army’s Major James Halverson said. “We appreciate Melaleuca’s mission of enhancing lives, which shows in its desire to help disadvantaged children smile a little brighter and receive a Christmas gift this year.”