As with many new ventures, you probably have many questions that you want answered. I have complied a list of frequently asked questions about becoming a Younique Presenter to help you make a decision. If there’s a question you want an answer to, please let me know by adding a post below. I will try to answer all the questions you may have about becoming a Younique Presenter.
Frequently Asked Questions about Younique
What do the requirements mean in the commission table?
Status, “Recognized” vs “Paid As”
Your recognized status is represented by the larger status badge located next to your name on this royalties summary page. It can also be termed your highest achieved status. Paid-as status can fluctuate month-to-month and is based on the qualification criteria being met in that individual month.
Personal Retail Sales
Your Personal Retail Sales (PRS) refers to the sum of the retail value of all commissionable products that you sold in the month in question.
Company Wholesale Sales
Your Company is your entire downline including yourself, regardless of their status. Wholesale refers to the 75% residual amount of the commissionable products sold after 25% Retail Royalties have been paid. Therefore, Company Wholesale Sales refers to 75% of the sum of the retail value of all commissionable products that you and your entire downline sold in the month in question.
Qualified First-Level Presenters
Among those on your immediate “frontline” or first-level, there are qualification requirements for Pink status and above of how many of those need to be considered “qualified”. This refers to them achieving 125 in PRS in the month in question to be considered a “Qualified” First-Level Presenter towards your status requirement.
Circle Wholesale Sales
Your Circle is your downline, excluding any Green status (or higher) and their downlines. Wholesale refers to the 75% residual amount of the commissionable products sold after 25% Retail Royalties have been paid. Therefore, Circle Wholesale Sales refers to 75% of the sum of the retail value of all commissionable products that you and your entire Circle sold in the month in question.
Qualified First-Gen Elites
There are certain requirements for anyone in your company to reach Elite Green status, or above. You reaching Orange, or above, depends on the number of First-Generation Elites in your Company – 1 for Orange, 2 for Purple, and 4 for Black. This refers to these presenters achieving a “Paid-As” status of Green or higher in the month in question to be considered a “Qualified” First-Generation Elite towards your own requirements.
How do I become a Qualified Younique Presenter?
In order to become a qualified presenter of a certain rank, you will need to achieve the minimum requirement of that rank (color). This includes making sure your team will also be successful with some sales. For example, If you make 3,000 in Personal Retail Sales (PRS), you will not earn the level of Pink unless 1 of your team members makes 125 in Personal Retail Sales in the month. The 125 in PRS makes them a Qualified First Level Presenter in the month.
Don’t get this confused with the 125 in Personal Retail Sales requirement that is needed to stay an Active Presenter. It’s 125 in Personal Retail Sales a month of get a qualified rank. It’s 125 in Personal Retail Sales to stay an active Younique Presenter. If your team makes get qualified every month, you won’t have to worry about the active presenter requirement.
How do I stay an Active Presenter?
To stay an Active Presenter, you need to achieve a Personal Retail Sales (PRS) of at least 125 during a rolling 3 month period. Think of this as a minimum sales target. You need to sell 6 3d Fiber Lashes every 3 months to stay active. Here’s another example, on the first day of August your rolling three-month window would consist of June, July, and August—and May’s sales would drop off.
If your account goes inactive, you have 3 months to reactivate with your current Presenter ID and position in your company. After those 3 months, you would need to sign up as a new Presenter account, with a new Presenter ID, and either the same or different Sponsor.
Is there a minimum I need to sell?
When you sign up to become an independent Younique Presenter, you are not contractually committing yourself to a minimum amount you need to sell. Younique has setup the commission structure to encourage you to sell and create a team. By joining my team, I will commit to helping you achieve your goals. If you realize that Younique isn’t for you, simply let your account go inactive. After 6 months of inactivity, your account is deactivated and you will have to sign up again if you decide to rejoin Younique.
Can I join Younique on my own? Why should I join your Younique Team?
Younique requires you to have a sponsor when you join as a presenter. When you join my team, I will send you a welcome email and ask what your interests and goals are. If you want to go it alone, just let me know. If you would like to join an active team where you can get ideas and support, I can do that too. My goal is to empower you to succeed, however you choose to go. We are growing fast and we can’t do it without you.
My goal is to get you to a point where you can lead your own team. I would love for my first level team members to all be Green Level Younique Presenters or higher. If you are ready to Start A New Opportunity, I am here for you. Simply Join my team and I’ll help you with the rest.
How much does it cost to join Younique?
The cost to join Younique is the cost of purchasing a Younique Presenters Kit. There are no monthly recurring costs to pay. You will get a lot of great makeup and your own Younique Products website to send your customers to.
How are International Royalties calculated?
If you live in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, The United Kingdom(UK), Germany, Mexico, or any new country Younique will be in, you want to know how your commission will be paid. The way in which international royalties are calculated depends on the country in which the order originated, the Presenter’s market, and several other regulations regarding our international markets. You can find additional information regarding these guidelines in the attached International Markets pamphlet.