ASEA Compensation Plan

for exactness, the following information is taken word-for-word out of the current official asea compensation plan:

Whether you’re a professional looking to opt out of the daily nine-to- five grind, a stay-at-home mom wanting to boost your budget, or an entrepreneur with a desire to build a substantial, full-time residual income, ASEA offers you the chance to achieve your personal and financial goals, building a business that will stand the test of time.

At every level, you can bring in extra income, from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars a month.

Once you have enrolled as an associate, you must become active and remain active in order to be eligible to earn any bonuses and commissions. This is done by generating 100 personal volume (PV) every month. All bonuses and commissions are calculated using either the sponsorship tree or the binary tree. The sponsorship tree is built genealogically, and has as many legs as new associates whom you enroll. The binary tree is built chronologically, and allows for only two legs—a left leg and a right leg—for each associate. This means that those in your downline may have been placed there by someone above you. Your group volume (GV) is the sum of the PV of all associates in your downline. With these two organizational trees in mind, let’s take a look at each of the eight ways that you can earn income.

 


 

1. Retail customer bonus

Selling ASEA products is the most basic way to make a profit. Buy at the wholesale price, sell at the retail price, and keep the difference. Better yet, send someone to your website where they can purchase ASEA products at the retail price, and we will pay you the difference between the retail and the wholesale price. The qualifying volume (QV) generated will be yours to fulfill personal volume (PV) requirements, and the commissionable volume (CV) will be added to your lesser-volume leg at the time the order is placed.

 

2. Preferred Customer Bonus

When you enroll a preferred customer (PC), you both benefit! Your preferred customer will get wholesale pricing through ASEA’s preferred customer autoship program, and you will earn a $25 USD bonus for every 50 CV generated. The qualifying volume (QV) generated will be yours to fulfill personal volume requirements, and the commissionable volume (CV) will be added to your lesser-volume leg at the time the order is placed.

 

3. Fast Start Bonus

The Fast Start Bonus is earned upon the purchase of product by a new associate at the time of their enrollment and is based on any enrollment purchase up to 1,000PV. The sponsor will receive a bonus equal to 20% of all commissionable volume (CV) associated with the enrollment order. If the sponsoring associate is not active in the commission week, the commission they would have received will be paid to the next qualified associate up the sponsorship tree, guaranteeing a 100% payout.

Asea Fast Start Bonus

4. director bonus

Achieve the rank of Director (enroll one associate with 100 or more PV on both your right and left legs) in 14 or fewer calendar days from the date of your own enrollment, and receive a $50 USD one-time bonus.

Asea Director Bonus

5. Team Commissions

Team Commissions are the foundation of the ASEA compensation plan. Team Commissions are paid weekly by calculating 10% of the group volume (GV) in your lesser binary tree leg and paying that amount out in USD. For example, if you had 5,000 group volume (GV) on your lesser-volume leg, and 7,000 GV on your greater-volume leg, you would receive a Team Commission of $500 USD (10% of the 5,000 GV from your lesser-volume leg). Then, the amount of GV converted into commissions will be subtracted from both legs. The remaining difference, known as carryover, will roll into the next commission period as long as you remain active with at least 100 PV.

A few things to remember regarding Team Commissions:

  • You must have an active personally sponsored associate on each of your binary legs to qualify for Team Commissions.
  • If you do not remain active during a qualification period with at least 100 PV, your volume will flush, leaving zero on both your left and right legs.
  • There must be a minimum of 300 GV on each leg in order for Team Commission payout to calculate.
  • Any personal volume (PV) over 200 in one commission period will be added to your lesser-volume leg.
  • Your lifetime rank determines how much carryover volume can be maintained between calendar years. If your GV on either leg exceeds the maximum listed below, you will see the excess fall off at the end of commission period 52 (last week of the year). These annual carryover caps are as follows:
ASEA Carry Over Cap Compensation Plan

• There is a maximum amount that will be converted into commissions in a single commission period based on an associate’s paid-at rank. These max Team Commission conversion caps are as follows:

Asea Cap Rank Comp Plan

 

• GV exceeding the max Team Commissions becomes carryover volume and is not converted into commissions. This carryover volume can be paid in following weeks provided new volume is being added to the lesser-volume leg. As such, only one carryover volume will be paid for every 4 CV that is generated in that commission period.

 

6. executive momentum pool (EMP)

The Executive Momentum Pool will allow you to earn extra bonuses for a period of time as you build your long-term residual income. It is an exciting way to be compensated based on advancement through the executive ranks— Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. This bonus also allows you to participate in the overall success of the company, since as a new paid-at Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum, you have the opportunity to receive a portion of ASEA’s global volume. Funded with 2% of total global CV, the Executive Momentum Pool is shared in tiers based on rank for a specified period of time once your shares have been unlocked by two consecutive qualifying weeks at your new rank.*

Shares are allocated and paid based on rank as a percentage of PGV3 (personal group volume through three levels of your sponsorship tree).

You may qualify for one share payout level at a time. Advancing from one executive rank to another before the number of weeks has elapsed for the current rank will cause rank shares to be paid at the higher percentage and the weeks allocated to the newer rank will be additional, meaning that if you reach Silver for two consecutive weeks within 12 weeks of reaching Bronze for two consecutive weeks, you will receive shares based on 60% of PGV3 for the remainder of your Bronze period in addition to the 16 weeks for Silver, as long as you maintain your paid-at Silver rank. Qualification and paid-at rank must be reached each week in order to receive shares for that week. Executive Momentum Pool shares are paid every four weeks.

ASEA EMP Bonus Qualifications

*Active, qualified associates with 1.5 times the amount of lesser- leg volume necessary for the paid-at rank and who maintain 1.5 times the lesser-leg volume for two consecutive weeks will also unlock access to the pool based on the rank for which they could be qualified for. For example, if an associate has 3,000 lesser- leg volume in week one and 3,500 in week two, he or she will automatically unlock the weeks in the pool at the Bronze level.

However, in order to receive shares in the pool, he or she must be paid at the qualification rank (Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum).

Executive Momentum Pool is paid using a percentage of PGV3 as a measure to allocate shares, not to indicate in dollars the value of the bonus.

 

7. CHECK MATCH

With Check Match, you can earn a match on the Team Commissions paid to associates you’ve personally sponsored, and the ones they’ve sponsored, and so on, up to seven generations! Check Match is determined on the rank you achieve and your personal sponsorship tree, which is simply all of the associates you’ve personally sponsored and the associates that they have personally sponsored, and so on. In each personal sponsorship tree leg, each personally sponsored associate begins a new leg, and a generation ends with a qualified ranked associate of Bronze Executive or higher.

There are no limits to the width of your personal sponsorship tree, so you can continue to add more legs in order to add associates to your generations! The maximum amount of Team Commissions that you can match per associate in your personal enrollment tree within the qualified generations is $2,500 USD.

Asea Check Match Compensation

Figure 1 (above) will help you understand how the Check Match works within the sponsorship tree. In this example, let’s consider that you (top of your sponsorship tree) are active with a minimum of 200 PV and are qualified as a Silver Executive. This means that you will earn the Check Match through two generations on each of your four personal sponsorship legs. Once a qualified Bronze Executive or above is found on any leg, it completes the first generation for that particular leg.

As you can see, 1, 2, 3, and 4 are your personally sponsored associates and are blue (first generation). In these legs, there are additional associates underneath them that are blue, since they also count as your first generation. In this example, A, B, C, and D, which are blue or first generation, are qualified as Bronze Executives or above, and therefore they complete the first generation for each sponsorship leg. In this example, you will earn a Check Match on 13 associates (blue) for your first- generation match.

As a Silver Executive, you can earn two generations of Check Match, so you would also earn the match on the seven associates who are represented by the color green (your second generation). However, you will not earn a match on the associate represented by the color orange, since E qualified as a Bronze Executive or higher and completes the second generation.

In order to earn a match on your third generation, you would need to qualify as a Gold Executive.

As you advance in rank, more generations will be added into your Check Match commission. The breakdown of generations included in your Check Match (CM) is as follows:

Bronze (one generation)

Silver (two generations)

Gold (three generations)

Platinum (four generations)

Diamond (five generations)

Double Diamond (six generations)

Triple Diamond+ (seven generations)

As you can see, advancing your rank only increases the number of generations you can benefit from with Check Match! ASEA will calculate the CM as a floating percentage of company-wide commissionable volume and will guarantee a payout of up to 50% of commissionable volume every commission period. Bronze Executives and above must be active with at least 200 PV to earn CM, and weekly commissions from CM cannot exceed the volume from your lesser-volume leg.

When you achieve more than 10,000 personal group volume (PGV) weekly and have qualified to earn Check Match, an adjustment to the CM percentage earned will be made based on the size of your largest sponsorship leg. This calculation looks at the total weekly PV in the largest leg seven generations down, compared to the total PGV seven generations down, and divides the volume of the largest leg by the total PGV for the week to get its payout percentage. For example, if your total PGV is 12,000 and your largest-leg PV is 8,000, your volume contribution percentage from that leg is 67%. This would mean that you would earn 80% of the CM percentage for seven generations in that leg.

Asea Largest Leg Qualifications

8. diamond pool

Once you reach the Diamond ranks at ASEA, you have access to a bonus pool that represents 3% of ASEA’s global volume! Your share is prorated based on your highest paid-at rank and its corresponding PGV depth.

You can qualify for Diamond Pool shares beginning at the paid-at rank of Diamond Executive. Eligibility for participation in the Diamond Pool is based solely on paid-at rank. Shares are determined by the eligible personal group volume (PGV) levels associated with paid-at rank and the PGV generated within those levels. Diamond Pool shares are earned weekly and are paid out every four weeks.

Each PGV point from eligible levels equals one Diamond Pool share. Share caps increase according to rank. Eligible PGV levels and share caps are shown below.

Asea Diamond Pool Structure

Ongoing share eligibility in the Diamond Pool depends on rank advancement activity. Diamond+ associates must advance in lifetime rank based on the table below. A share-reduction modifier will be applied to the shares of those who do not rank advance as follows.

Asea Diamond Pool Payouts

Any lifetime Diamond+ rank advancement will restart the share modifier timeframe.

 

ASEA Rank and Qualifications

Associate

Enroll | Maintain 100 PV monthly

Director

Team Commissions qualified | 100 PV monthly

Director 300

300 GV weekly in lesser leg volume | 100 PV monthly

Director 700

700 GV weekly in lesser leg volume | 100 PV monthly

Bronze Executive

Two sponsorship legs with a Director 300 in each | 2,000 GV weekly in lesser leg volume | 200 PV monthly

Silver Executive

Three sponsorship legs with a Director 300 in each | 3,000 GV weekly in lesser leg volume | 200 PV monthly

Gold Executive

Four sponsorship legs, with a Director 300 in each | 5,000 GV weekly in lesser leg volume | 200 PV monthly

Platinum Executive

Five sponsorship legs, with a Director 300 in each | 10,000 GV weekly in lesser leg volume | 200 PV monthly

Diamond Executive

15,000 PGV* weekly and 15,000 GV weekly in lesser leg | Must average both volume requirements for two weeks and have six sponsorship legs with a Director 300 in each | 200 PV monthly

Double Diamond Executive

20,000 PGV* weekly and 20,000 GV weekly in lesser leg | Must average both volume requirements for three weeks and have seven sponsorship legs with a Director 300 in each | 200 PV monthly

Triple Diamond Executive

25,000 PGV* weekly and 25,000 GV weekly in lesser leg | Must average both volume requirements for three weeks and have seven sponsorship legs with a Director 300 in each | 200 PV monthly

Ambassador Diamond Executive

Meet Triple Diamond Executive requirements and 60,000 PGV for four consecutive weeks with no more than 20,000 PGV coming from any single sponsor tree leg

Ambassador Double Diamond Executive

Meet Triple Diamond Executive requirements and 100,000 PGV for four consecutive weeks with no more than 35,000 PGV coming from any single sponsor tree leg

Ambassador Triple Diamond Executive

Meet Triple Diamond Executive requirements and 150,000 PGV for four consecutive weeks with no more than 50,000 PGV coming from any single sponsor tree leg

Presidential Diamond Executive

Meet Triple Diamond Executive requirements and 250,000 PGV for four consecutive weeks with no more than 50,000 PGV coming from any single sponsor tree leg

Presidential Double Diamond Executive

Meet Triple Diamond Executive requirements and 400,000 PGV for four consecutive weeks with no more than 80,000 PGV coming from any single sponsor tree leg

Presidential Triple Diamond Executive 

Meet Triple Diamond Executive requirements and 600,000 PGV for four consecutive weeks with no more than 120,000 PGV coming from any single sponsor tree leg

 

*PGV may not have more than 50% of the PGV from any one sponsorship tree leg. The 50% is determined based on the qualifying rank. For example, for the rank of Diamond, the weekly PGV requirement is 15,000. 50% of 15,000 is 7,500, so the maximum that each sponsorship leg can add towards the volume qualification is 7,500. This is the same for any rank with a PGV requirement. Diamond+ lesser leg volume requirements for rank qualification are based on weekly commission period volume and do not take into account total volume, including carryover.

Asea Rank Advancement Qualifications

ASEA Glossary of Terms

Active: Associates are required to remain active in order to be eligible to earn commissions. In order to become and remain active, each associate must generate at least 100 personal volume (PV) each month with no more than four commission periods between orders.

Autoship: An automated program that ships products to an associate or preferred customer on a predetermined date each month.

Binary Tree: One of ASEA’s two organizations utilized to calculate commissions. The binary tree is built chronologically, and allows for only two legs—a left leg and a right leg—for each associate. This means that those in your downline may have been placed by another associate; this is called spillover. Your group volume (GV) is the sum total of the personal volume (PV) of all of the associates below you in the binary tree.

Binary Qualified: A term commonly used interchangeably with team commission qualified. In order to be qualified to earn Team Commissions, you must be active and have at least one personally sponsored, active associate on both your left and your right legs.

Carryover: Volume that is not converted into commissions in any commission period that rolls into the next commission period.

Commissionable Volume (CV): The amount of qualifying volume (QV) that is eligible to be converted into commissions. Volume is the unit by which products sold are measured for commissions, and commissionable volume is one way we distinguish how the volume is used.

Commission Period: The period in which volume is calculated from product sales to produce commissions and bonuses. The weekly commission period runs from Saturday at 12:00:00 a.m. Eastern Time to Friday at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern Time.

Downline: A commonly used term for those placed below you in the binary tree.

Enrollment Order: The order placed at the time of enrollment. Although not required, an enrollment order is the only order that triggers the Fast Start Bonus.

Greater-volume leg: The leg in the binary tree – either your right let or your left leg – with more group volume (GV).

Group Volume (GV): The sum total of the personal volume (PV) of all of the associates below you in the Binary Tree. Volume is the unit by which products sold are measured for commissions, and group volume is one way we distinguish who generated the volume.

Leg:  A branch of an associate’s binary tree (with a maximum of two legs) or sponsorship tree (with as many legs as there are personally sponsored associates).

Lesser-volume Leg: The leg in the binary tree – either your right leg or your left leg – with less group volume (GV).

Lifetime Rank: The highest rank achieved during the lifetime of an associate account, typically used for recognition purposes.

Paid-As Rank: The rank achieved in any commission period, typically used to determine commissions and bonuses.

Personal Volume (PV): Volume generated on your own account, either from your own purchases, or from the purchases of any retail customers or preferred customers whom you have sponsored. Volume is the unit by which products sold are measured for commissions, and personal volume is one way we distinguish who generated the volume.

Personal Group Volume (PGV): The sum total of the personal volume (PV) of all of the associates in a given group.

Personal Group Volume 3 (PGV3): Personal group volume through three (3) levels of your sponsorship tree.

Preferred Customer (PC): A customer account that is not designed for redistribution or resale, but rather for personal consumption. Preferred customers differ from retail customers because they have an active autoship profile. Due to the autoship, preferred customers are eligible for wholesale pricing.

Qualifying Volume (QV): The total volume that counts towards personal requirements, such as becoming active or achieving a certain rank. Volume is the unit by which products sold are measured for commissions, and qualifying volume is one way we distinguish how the volume is used.

Retail Customer: A customer account that is not designed for redistribution or resale, but rather personal consumption. Retail customers differ from preferred customers they do not have an active autoship profile. Retail customers pay the retail price.

Retail Price: Pricing table for products available to retail customers which is slightly more than the wholesale price.

Spillover: When your sponsor, or any associate above you in the binary tree, places an associate below you in your downline.

Sponsorship Tree: One of ASEA’s two organizations utilized to calculate commissions. The sponsorship tree is built genealogically, where the first level below you are the associates whom you have sponsored, and the second level is comprised of the associates whom they have sponsored, and so on. Because there is no limit to the number of associates you can sponsor, there is no limit to the number of legs possible in your sponsorship tree.

Team Commission Qualified: A term commonly used interchangeably with binary qualified. In order to be qualified to earn Team Commissions, you must be active and have at least one personally sponsored, active associate on both your left and your right legs.

Wholesale Price: Pricing table for products available for associates and preferred customers that is less than the retail price.

FROM US ENGLISH VERSION UPDATED 2019

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