How “Active” are you?

You may be physically fit, but how fiscally fit are you? In other words, are you “active” in your business with PURE? We know that exercising is important for our overall health, but being an “active” Independent Business Owner (IBO) is just as important, if you want your business to grow.

What does it mean to be “active”?

Direct selling, like many industries, has its own vocabulary to describe its people, services and general operating procedures. Many direct selling companies use the terms “active” and “inactive” to describe the status of their independent distributors, and these terms may vary from company to company.

With your business with PURE, you are either an “active” or “inactive” IBO. “Active” IBOs personally promote sales through the generation of new customers and through servicing their existing customers. Having an “active” status means an IBO has 100PV* or more (either through personal product purchases or product sales to Retail and Preferred Customers or any combination thereof) every 28 days.

If an IBO temporarily or permanently stops working their business and does not have 100PV or more every 28 days, they are considered “inactive.”

At PURE, you must be an “active” IBO in order to become eligible to receive the PURE Enrollment Bonus, to qualify for the PURE Rank Bonus and to qualify for bonuses within the PURE Compensation Plan and other limited-time incentives.

For more information on the rewards, bonuses and incentives available to active IBOs, visit livepure.com/rewards.

*PV (Product Volume) is the amount of volume assigned to each product.

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