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How Works Accumulative of 2Level of Cost Averaging Commission?
Posted by Administrator on 28 November 2017 04:35 am
Example -
 
Case Study - 1
 
At Level - 0 , Ariansino ($100)
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At Level -5 - Richard (Ruble - $500)
At Level -6 - Anna (Dirham - $1000)
At Level -7 - Jimm ( Peso - $100 )
 
Note - Jimm Sponsor is Anna, Anna Sponsor is Richard, And Richard Sponsor is XYZ and so on..
 
Here Accumulative of 2Level of Cost Averaging Commission applied , means -
 
Ariansino will get -
 
At Level -6 = Commission = Null
At Level -7 = Commission = 1000+100 = 1100 / 2 = 550 X 2% = $11.00
 
*Remember only one time Anna (Dirham - $1000) Commission Distribution Applied
 
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Case Study - 2
 
At Level - 0 , Ariansino ($100)
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At Level -5 - Richard (Ruble - $500)
At Level -6 - Anna (Dirham - $1000)
At Level -7 - Jimm ( Peso - $100 ) & Lenin - (Dinar - $5000) & Smith -(Ruble -$500) .. and so on
 
Note - Jimm, Lenin, Smith Sponsor is Anna, Anna Sponsor is Richard, And Richard Sponsor is XYZ and so on..
 
Here Accumulative of 2Level of Cost Averaging Commission applied , means -
Ariansino will get -
 
At Level -6 = Commission = Null
At Level -7 = Commission = 0 + 5000 = 5000 / 2 = 2500 X 2% = $50.00 of Lenin.
At Level -7 = Commission = 0 + 500 = 500 / 2 = 250 X 2% = $5.00 of Smith.
 
*Remember Anna (Dirham - $1000) Commission Distribution not Applied
 
 
 
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