New Rep. Exclusive!! – How Do I Get Paid??

If you’re like most of us, you signed up to become an Avon representative to make money!

Am I right??

Maybe you’re looking to make a little extra cash on the side or maybe you’re looking to replace your full-time income.

Whatever your goals are with Avon, I’m guessing that money figures into it somehow!

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With Avon, we can earn money on our sales in two ways:

  • Through face-to-face “traditional” orders
  • Through our online sales

We earn the same percentage, no matter how you choose to sell, but we get paid the earnings differently. Let me walk you through how you’ll earn your money with your Avon sales.

Traditional Face-to-Face Orders

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Traditional orders are the orders that we collect from customers local to us, typically after they’ve browsed a printed brochure or your digital brochure link. These orders are typically submitted once each campaign (two-week sales period).

With our flexible ordering schedule, you can submit the orders you’ve collected on any day within the two-week campaign ordering window. (You’re welcome to submit multiple orders each campaign, though many reps prefer to submit all of their orders at the same time, to save on shipping fees.) Once you submit your orders, you can begin collecting orders for the next campaign.

TIP: Submitting your orders early in each two-week campaign ordering window can help to ensure the best product availability, particularly for limited-supply items, such as fashion, holiday, and home items.

We enter all of our customers’ orders, personal items for ourselves, demo items for upcoming campaigns, samples, future brochures, etc. into the representative site (http://www.youravon.com), then submit the orders to Avon. Avon sends all of the items to us to be sorted and delivered to our customers.

Click HERE for a video tutorial on how to enter and submit your orders through the representative site.

For our traditional orders, Avon charges us a discounted price for the items in our order. The discount varies depending on the total of all our sales for the campaign, according to the following chart:

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We collect the full brochure price from the customers, pay Avon the discounted rate, then keep the leftovers as our earnings!!

Take this simplified example:

Let’s say that you’ve collected exactly $200 in customer orders for the campaign. That would put you at the 30% earnings level for the campaign. Avon would discount the items in your order by 30% and bill you $140 for the items. You would collect the $200 from the customers, pay Avon their $140, and then keep the remaining $60 as your earnings!

The more you sell, the more you earn!

**In an actual order, Avon would also collect sales tax and shipping and you would charge your customers sales tax and a .75 order processing fee, to help cover shipping. Demo items from the What’s New catalog are billed at the discounted demo price. Business supplies, such as brochures, samples, bags, etc. count towards your sales total, but are billed at the listed prices.

**Depending on your credit limit with Avon, you may be required to make a deposit or full pre-payment at the time you submit the order. The required payment amount will be stated on the confirmation screen once you’ve submitted the order. You then have two weeks to pay any remaining balance, prior to submitting your next order. Many representatives prefer to collect payment from customers at the time they place their order, in order to simplify delivery and to ensure that the deposit can be made when you place the orders.

TIP: Be sure that you are collecting the correct amount of money from your customers, based on the brochure price of the items they orders (not the discounted price that Avon will charge you), with your local sales tax and the 75 cents order processing fee added. Click HERE for a photo tutorial on how to calculate your customers’ order totals.

Online “Direct Delivery” Orders

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Online “Direct Delivery” Orders are orders that are placed by customers through our personal web stores. These orders are EASY MONEY in your pocket!! Customers pay Avon directly. Avon handles the processing and shipping. YOU get the earnings!!

For online orders, we earn the same percentage as our face-to-face traditional orders!!

Our commission on online orders gets credited to our Avon account as soon as the order ships. Then, with Avon’s new RAPID-PAY system, if you sign up for Direct Deposit (under the My Account section of youravon.com), your online order earnings will be deposited directly to your bank within TWO DAYS after the order has shipped to your customer.

NOTE: If there is a balance owed on your Avon account, your online order earnings will apply as a credit towards that balance. To ensure that your earnings go directly to your bank, make sure that there is no remaining balance from the orders you submit through the representative site.

**You can view if anyone has submitted a Direct Delivery order through your online store, by clicking the Web Office link, under the My Office tab of youravon.com. Look for the box on the right which says, “You have…” Avon will also send an email notifying you of any online orders on the day after the order was placed.

**You can view a record of your Direct Delivery earnings by logging into your business site at youravon.com, clicking on the Manage Orders tab, then clicking on Direct Delivery Orders Report.

**Use Avon Social to promote your webstore through social media and increase your direct delivery orders!

**Putting your webstore address on every brochure you pass out is another useful strategy for boosting your online sales!

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