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    What Qualifies an Event to Be Featured In the Commission Report?

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    The question of how an event qualifies to appear on the Commission Report can be answered in two sequential steps:

    1. The Commission Report will only acknowledge an event that has experienced actual activity within the date range represented in the report.

      Example:
      If an event set for the 5th was retroactively created on the 30th, that event would not appear in the 1st-15th Commission Report. However, if the same event was, instead, retroactively created on the 13th, that event would appear in the 1st-15th Commission Report.

    2. Furthermore, for an event to appear on the Commission Report, one of the following four actions must have occurred:

          a) An event occurred within the report's date range.

          b) A completed event (past or present) was deleted within the report's date  
              range.

          c) An event (past or present) was paid out within the report's date range.
              (Note: To be ‘paid out’, an event must, both, be set to a chargeable status
              and funded by the Member.)

          d) 
      A previously paid event was switched to ‘unpaid’ within the report’s date  
              range. (
      Example: When a Salesperson switches an event’s ‘No Show -
              Charge’ status to ‘No Show’.)

    For more of the Commission Report's Frequently Asked Questions, click here.

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