The career plan in Safir allows you to access further commissions and bonuses **
With this plan, even a ‘Free account‘ on the first level allows you to get started !!! and earn 9% from direct referrals from your first line.
The second level of the career plan is ‘Starter‘. To get it, you need to have min. two direct referrals, active. Active, i.e. those who have purchased at least 1/32 of ZENIQ Cloud Hub (in the cloud) for EUR 100. Secondly, turnover in the entire structure, min. 1,500 EUR, which also includes your purchased Hub(s). E.g. when you have a full ZENIQ Cloud Hub for EUR 1,499 and two referrals even from only 1/32 of the Hub for EUR 100, you are already at the ‘Starter’ career level and you have access to the commission from the second level of direct referral, where there is also a 9% commission.
The third level of the career plan is ‘Starter Plus‘. You must have min. 4 active direct referrals and turnover in the entire structure, including the value of your Hub(s), EUR 5,000. On this career level, you have access to commissions from the third level of direct referrals, i.e. 8%.
The fourth level of the career plan is ‘Ruby‘. You must have min. 7 active direct referrals and structure turnover, including your Hub(s), EUR 10,000. On this career level, you have access to commissions from the fourth level of direct referral, i.e. 7%. So together it is 9% + 9% + 8% + 7% and a bonus of EUR 300 for reaching this level.
Then there are Saphires, Diamonds, etc., but at the beginning you have to follow the above steps.
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Safir registration link, where you are immediately on the first career level and can earn 9% from direct referral purchases:
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** The information provided on the website are not an investment advice, they comes from the project’s source materials, corporate and partner presentations and my work with the project. They were presented according to my current knowledge and experience.
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