COMPENSATION PLAN


"Member companies shall remunerate independent salespeople primarily on the basis of sales of products, including services purchased by any person for actual use or consumption."

DSA Code of Ethics

[EST] - NEW YORK

UTC -05:00 (winter), so 2:00 pm
in London is 9:00 am in New York,
Toronto, Miami, and Bogota.

[UTC] 00:00 - LONDON

The Company uses UTC 00:00, which

also includes Lisbon. Note that UTC

does not follow daylight savings time.

[HKT] - HONG KONG

UTC +08:00, so 2:00 pm in
London is 10:00 pm in Hong Kong,
Manila, Beijing, Macau, and Perth.

INTRODUCING THE SALES TEAM

"Earn Like A Pro This Month"

DESIGNED TO allow a Wholesale Purchaser to be able to live off their HRI earnings from their first month onwards, just like a Pro! With only a couple of sales, anyone should be able to earn "UpFront Money" of $3,000 in their first month as they build their business. They can keep up that level of earnings over the next few months as their "MidTerm Money" starts to accumulate even if their recruiting efforts diminish. Finally, the "LongTerm Money" develops, increasing your Residual earnings to eventually become the main source of income over time.

1. CHARITY: "SAVE THE PLANET"
HomeRun International (HRI) believes that the most important responsibility for all of us is to “Save the Planet”. There is no “Planet B” and thus for our children’s sake we need to focus our attention here, the entire human race depends on it! Therefore, HRI and all its members participate in “Saving the Planet” by contributing a percentage of earnings.

Members will be able to choose a donation percentage by adjusting their own level of the “Earnings Processing Fee” between 1% to 10%.

HomeRun International will donate 100%, the entire proceeds from the Members’ “Earnings Processing Fee”, as well as a portion of the company’s revenue, to causes that help protect the planet. Members will be able to help choose which causes to support locally and internationally.

2. PARTICIPANTS
There are 3 levels of participation within HomeRun International:

1) Retail Customer - Retail Customers are offered the product at a discount from the suggested retail price; also referred to as the preferred price. Retail Customers purchase via a Distributors replicated website. Retail Customers do not participate in the Compensation Plan.

2) Member Customer - Member Customers can receive Cash Back from repeat purchases. However, they do not have personally-sponsored Wholesale Purchasers*. If a Member Customer has a Customer purchase from their retail website, they receive an Affiliate Commission (Retail Profit).

3) Distributor - A Member Customer upgrades to become a Distributor only if they have a personally sponsored a Member Customer into HRI. Distributors are able to receive Cash Back and Affiliate Commissions and participate in all aspects of the Compensation Plan including the HRI three-part Residual program.

*Wholesale Purchaser - Member Customers and Distributors are both.

Wholesale Purchaser - Member Customers and Distributors may also be referred to as members that purchase at the wholesale price. Wholesale Purchaser pays the monthly Administration Fee in order to be able to purchase at preferred Wholesale prices.

3. RETAIL PROFIT

Retail Customers buy from Wholesale Purchasers via HomeRunInternational.com, the HRI Retail website offering HRI products at preferred pricing. For each retail purchase, the wholesale cost is charged to the Wholesale Purchaser whose ID was used to make the purchase. The difference between the preferred pricing and the wholesale cost is the retail profit (Affiliate Commissions) made by the Wholesale Purchaser.

Example:

Retail Store

Full Price

$1400.00

Preferred Pricing

HRI Retail Customer

$1,120.00

Wholesale Cost

Wholesale Purchaser

$600.00

(Affiliate Commission) Retail Profit

$520.00

4. CASH BACK

If a Member Customer or a Distributor makes a sale of a Minor League or Major League product, then they receive a free position on a Baseball Playing Field (Board), becoming a member of the Sales Team. “Cash Back” is paid on retail sales and personal purchases made by the Wholesale Purchasers as per the rules of the Baseball Playing Field. They also receive RACs on fully-paid Baseball Cards.

5. COMMISSIONS

A Member Customer, who refers another person, personally sponsoring them into HRI, becomes an HRI Distributor (the new HRI Distributor is the Sponsor of the Member Customer). Once a Distributor, the person is eligible to earn, in addition to Cash Back, commissions in the form of HRI's three Residuals as well as all other incentives offered by HRI.

6. MONTHLY ADMINISTRATION FEE

By paying the monthly Administration Fee, you are part of the company's genealogy and can purchase products at wholesale.

To be a Wholesale Purchaser in Good Standing, you must pay the Monthly Administration Fee of $12. The initial required Registration Fee payment of $50 covers the Monthly Administration Fee for the first five months; the current month plus 4 more months.

The Monthly Administration Fee is due on the last day of each month to be in “Good Standing” for the following month.

The monthly Administration Fee is automatically paid from your HRI Account. If you do not have enough money in your account, you will be sent an email reminder a few days in advance.

7. A "SALE"
A member makes a sale when a product order (Minor and Major League) is placed through their HRI ID. This could be:

  • a purchase by a Retail Customer via the member’s replicated retail website
  • a purchase by the member for re-sale
  • a purchase by the member for personal consumption

Each product sale results in one free “Entry” on a Board (Wholesale Purchaser receives a free position on a Board, becoming part of a Sales Team) and an existing Entry (already on the Board) receives credit for the sale (a Baseball Card).

“MAKE a Sale”

When a Sale is “MADE”, the person receives a Free Position (Entry) on a Board.

“CREATE a Sale”

When a Sale is “CREATED”, an existing Entry (Position) is assigned a Baseball Card.

Example 1 - Sale if ON a Board: Baron sponsors Oliver. Oliver decides to buy a product for his personal use.

“MAKE a Sale”

Oliver has made the sale as it was done using his HRI ID, and he gets a free position on the Board.

"CREATE a Sale"

Baron created the sale as he received the Baseball Card, and it is assigned to his position on the Board.

Example 2 - Sale when NOT on a Board: Oliver's second sale is a retail customer who buys a Minor League product from Oliver's Retail Website.

“MAKE a Sale”

Oliver has made the sale as it was done using his HRI ID, and he gets a free position (Entry #2) on the Board.

“CREATE a Sale”

Oliver (Entry #1) created the sale and the Baseball Card is assigned to his Entry #1.

8. SALES CREDITS: BASEBALL CARDS
Baseball Cards are a fun way to keep track of sales created by Sales Team members. Each free At Bat position filled on a Sales Team results in a Baseball Card (sales credit).

A Baseball Card generated on a:

Minor League Board

is worth $1,500 US

Major League Board

is worth $10,000 US

Baseball Cards are shown as colored rectangles at the bottom of each position; Cards available to be earned for each position are as follows:

"At Bat"

1st Base

1st Base

2nd Base

3rd Base

Home Plate



GOLD Baseball Card (Babe Ruth Rookie): These are special Baseball Cards. You must have a Gold Baseball Card in combination with at least two other Cards to qualify for the Leader Board. Gold Cards are issued when:

1. A Sales Team member, while in the At Bat position, creates a sale, which is placed into an At Bat position. GOLD Baseball Cards earned while At Bat are shown on the left of the Protection Period Box (maximum available is 7).

Only members at 1st Base can place sales At Bat during the Protection Period. Sales created by other members as well as those at 1st Base making a third plus sale during the Protection Period (while the clock is ticking) go into the Dugout; the Baseball Card (BC) is only issued when that sale goes to At Bat. The color of the BC depends on the level occupied by the person who created the sale at the time the Card is issued.

2. A Sales Team member, while on 1st Base, creates another sale after the Protection Period (who already has both of the spaces within the Protection Period Box filled). The sale gets placed immediately into an At Bat position; these GOLD Cards are shown on the right of the Protection Period Box (maximum 6 available).

Note: Only those in the At Bat or 1st Base position can earn Babe Ruth Rookie Cards (GOLD).

GREEN Baseball Card (Pete Rose): Baseball Cards earned by Sales Team members on 1st Base during the Countdown are GREEN and shown in their Protection Period Box (PPB). Once the Protection Period is over, a Distributor at 1st Base can still earn a GREEN BC if there is available space in their own PPB (maximum 2 available).

BLACK Baseball Card (Jackie Robinson): A Baseball Card that is earned while on 2nd or 3rd Base.

BROWN Baseball Card (Yogi Berra): A Baseball Card that is earned while at Home Plate.

GRAY Baseball Card (Rickey Henderson): A Baseball Card that is given as a bonus to the Sales Team member who created the last sale on the oldest Board before a Company Provided Distributor is placed on their Sales Team (see Company Provided Distributor below). This BC credit does not count towards qualification for Leader Board.

Note: Resort Accommodation Credits (RACs) go to the Sales Team member who was assigned the Gray BC, while the money earned is split between that Sales Team member and the two next sales created on that Board.

NO Card (The Mighty Casey): When a member at 1st Base does not create theirtwo sales during the Protection Period, their two spaces can be stolen by other members creating sales. After the Protection Period, a member creating an Extra Sale receives a Baseball Card (color depending on the level of the members Entry) and the oldest 1st Base position with 2 empty spaces in the Protection Period Box receives a NO Card (The MightyCasey). If no one on 1st Base has two empty spaces, then it’s the oldest positionwith one empty space. This means, NO you didn’t get the sale, NO you don’t get the Card and NO youdon’t get the money! The member who created the sale gets listed in the Hot Box and is paid when the related NO Card reaches Home Plate. A NO Card is NOT a Baseball Card.

9. BASEBALL PLAYING FIELD: BOARDS
On a Baseball Playing Field (Board), there is a minimum of eight Distributors on the Sales Team (for both the Minor Leagues and Major Leagues):

1) 4 at 1st Base - 1st Base A, 1st Base B, 1st Base C, 1st Base D
2) 2 at 2nd Base - 2nd Base A, 2nd Base B
3) 1 at 3rd Base
4) 1 at Home Plate

There are eight empty positions called At Bat (AB): AB1, AB2, AB3, AB4, AB5, AB6, AB7, AB8.


Baseball Playing Field

$600 MINOR LEAGUES

A “Personal Sale” of $600 minimum allows the Wholesale Purchaser to get a FREE position on a Minor League Playing Field, thereby joining the Sales Team.

 

MINOR League Baseball Playing Field

 

Every Sale created while part of the Minor League Sales Team allows the member to receive the Baseball Card (sales credit). At Home Plate:

Every Baseball Card is worth $1,500.


Baseball Playing Field

$4,000 MAJOR LEAGUES

A “Personal Sale” of $4,000 minimum allows the Wholesale Purchaser to get a FREE position on a Major League Playing Field, thereby joining the Sales Team.

 

MAJOR League Baseball Playing Field

 

Every Sale created while part of the Major League Sales Team allows the member to receive the Baseball Card (sales credit). At Home Plate:

Every Baseball Card is worth $10,000.


All Sales Team members create sales, and the new members are placed in the At Bat positions. When all At Bat positions are filled, the Sales Team is complete and the Board splits into two new Boards, one on the left and one on the right. Again, Sales Team members create sales to fill the new empty At Bat positions. Sales can be created from these positions:

■ Home Plate

■ 3rd Base

■ 2nd Base

■ 1st Base

■ “At Bat”

■ Dugout

10. PROTECTION PERIOD

Sales Team members at 1st Base have a responsibility to create 2 sales each. Only 1st Base members sales are immediately placed on the At Bat position during the Protection Period. Sales made by other members during the Protection Period go into the Dugout.

The Protection Period is the time during which ONLY sales by 1st Base Sales Team members are instantly placed in the At Bat positions. Green Baseball Cards resulting from those placements are shown in the Protection Period Box (PPB) of the 1st Base members. A PPB can hold a maximum of 2 Baseball Cards.

Protection Period Boxes are shown at the bottom of each 1st Base position displaying Baseball Cards earned during the Protection Period. When all At Bat positions are filled, each 1st Base member has either 2 Green Cards, 2 Red NO Cards or one of each in their Protection Period Box.


11. GAME CLOCK

The Protection Period is defined by the Game Clock.

The Game Clock is on every Board, to the far right of the 1st Base positions.

The Game Clock starts its countdown instantly at the start/split of a Board.

Sales created by other Sales Team members during the Protection Period are placed in the Dugout.

MINOR Leagues
Protection Period

100 hour countdown

MAJOR Leagues
Protection Period

200 hour countdown


Sales created by other Sales Team members during the Protection Period are placed in the Dugout.

WAVING YOUR RIGHT TO THE PROTECTION PERIOD

Automatically - A Sales Team member at 1st Base automatically waives their right to the Protection Period once their PPB is filled.

Voluntarily - A Sales Team member can also voluntarily waive their right to the Protection Period. For example, if a person knows that they will be on vacation or otherwise unable to create 2 sales within the Protection Period, then they can waive their right to the Protection Period by clicking on the “Warp Button” in the top right corner of the Board.

Example: 1st Base A, 1st Base B and 1st Base D have all got their 2 sales, so their rights are automatically waived. However, with the Game Clock still running, 1st Base C waives their rights with the use of the “Warp Button” for the Protection Period to end immediately. Once ended, anyone in the Dugout will be immediately placed in an available At Bat position. If there are positions left over, then any member can create a sale and it will be immediately placed in an available At Bat position.

The Protection Period ends when either/or:

  • All 1st Base members have 2 Green Baseball Cards in their PPB, meaning all 8 sales have been made
  • All 1st Base members have waived their right of the Protection Period or have gotten 2 sales (auto waive)

Note: When all “At Bat” positions are filled, each 1st Base member’s PPB is filled.

12. DUGOUT

During the Protection Period, only each of those at 1st Base can place a maximum of two sales in the At Bat position. All other sales made during this time by any member are placed in the Dugout. The Dugout functions as a lineup for sales that cannot be placed in an At Bat position at that time.

All sales will generate a Baseball Card; however, those sales placed in the Dugout must wait until they reach an At Bat position before a Card is generated. The color of the card depends on the position of the Entry that created the sale at the time the Card is issued.

Example: The Game Clock is still counting down and a member creates a sale that cannot be placed At Bat and therefore it is placed in the Dugout. Whenever their sale moves from the Dugout to At Bat the member receives the following Baseball Card:

  • If they are At Bat or at 1st Base they receive a Gold Card.
  • If they are at 2nd Base or 3rd Base they get a Black Card.
  • If they are at Home Plate they receive a Brown Card.
  • If they are no longer on any Board they are given 24 hours to get back on a Board.
  • The Dugout shows the oldest positions, from 1 to 8. However, it holds an unlimited number.


    UPFRONT MONEY

    DESIGNED TO allow you as a Wholesale Purchaser to earn Cash Back this month or even this week on sales created, giving you the ability to Earn Like A Pro This Month.

    13. ENTRY ON A BOARD

    Player Card;
    you get one for each Entry:

    Free Entry

    Product

    Who Gets the Entry

    Minor League

    $ 600

    The Member whose HRI ID was used.

    Major League

    $4,000

    he Member whose HRI ID was used.

    This could be a Customer purchase from the retail website, a purchase for re-sale or a personal purchase.

    14. ASSIGNMENT OF BASEBALL CARD
    The member can pre-assign the Baseball Cards of the next two Entries resulting from sales that they will create:

    1. If the member has an existing Entry on a Board, then they can assign the Baseball Card to their own Entry or any other Entry.
    2. If the member does not have any Entries on any Boards, then their Sponsor gets the Baseball Card.
    3. If the Sponsor does not have an Entry the following applies:
      • If the Sponsor has previously been on a Board, then the Sponsor has 24 hours to get on a Board.
        • If the Sponsor does, then the Card is assigned to the Sponsors Entry, and the member making the sale will be placed on the Sponsors Board.
        • If the Sponsor does not, then the member making the sale will be placed as a Company Provided Distributor (CPD) at the front of the All-Star lineup (but behind any other CPD already in line).
      • If the Sponsor has never been on a Board, then the member making the sale will be placed as a Company Provided Distributor at the front of the All-Star lineup (but behind any other CPD already in line).

    NOTE: If a member has an existing Entry at 1st Base that does not have a full PPB (Protection Period Box), then the Card MUST be placed as per the Auto-Placement described below. Auto-Placement
    A Baseball Card will be auto-placed by the computer to the Creators Oldest Entry: The Oldest Entry is:

    • First: The Creators oldest 1st Base Entry with no Baseball Cards
    • Second: The Creators oldest 1st Base Entry with one Baseball Card
    • Third: If a Creator has both positions in all their PPBs filled, and the Creator has not pre-chosen the placement of the Card, then the Card goes to the Creators oldest Entry, calculated by date of the Entry coming on the Board

    Personally sponsored member joins the Second League If you do not have an existing Entry, the Baseball Card of your new Entry must go to your Sponsor. However, if your Sponsor has never had an Entry, you are placed at the front of the All-Star lineup. If the Sponsor has had an Entry in either League but doesn’t have one now, they are given a 24-hour notice. If the Sponsor doesn’t get an Entry within the 24-hour notice and it’s the first time you are entering the second League, you can choose to join any Creator in that League. If you don’t choose a Creator (they must have an Entry in that League) within the 24 hours, you are placed as a CPD at the front of the All-Star lineup.

    15. PLACEMENT ON A BOARD

    A person Making the sale (Maker) is placed At Bat or in the Dugout on a Board where the member Creating the Sale (Creator) already has an Entry.

    Everyone’s responsibility is to create two sales (get 2 Green Baseball Cards) while at 1st Base; doing so will earn them $3,000. Therefore, a Creator must complete his/her 1st Base responsibilities; both spaces in the Protection Period Box must be filled first, whether the Creator has multiple Entries on a Board(s) or only one! When a member has more than one 1st Base Entry with at least one empty Card space in the Protection Period Box, they are filled in order from “oldest to newest.” All of a Creators 1st Base Entries on all Boards must be filled with two Cards, Green Cards and or NO Cards, before any of their other Entries can receive a Baseball Card.

    As each sale is created, the computer will use up a Card space in the Protection Period Box. If unassigned, then the Card will go to the oldest 1st Base Entry with two empty spaces. If there is no one with two available spaces, then the Card will go to the 1st Base Entry that has only one space available. Placed “oldest to newest” calculated by the time and date of the Entry.

    "Chosen Placement" by the "Creator": Prior to a sale being placed At Bat, the Creator can select and pre-assign (personal selection) up to two (2) At Bat positions. This can be set as your Personal Default for subsequent sales.

    If the first pre-chosen position is already taken by the time the sale is to be placed, then the computer places the Entry in the second pre-chosen position. If the pre-chosen positions are not available or there are no pre-chosen positions, then the computer follows the Default as stated below.

    Default Position Placement: In the absence of any pre-chosen positions, when a sale is made, the computer immediately places a person on the Board in an At Bat position for a member at:

    1st Base A, 2nd Base A, 3rd Base

    first AB1, then AB2, AB3, AB4, AB5, AB6, AB7, AB8

    1st Base B

    first AB3, then AB4, AB1, AB2, AB5, AB6, AB7, AB8

    1st Base C, 2nd Base B

    first AB5, then AB6, AB7, AB8, AB1, AB2, AB3, AB4

    1st Base D

    first AB7, then AB8, AB5, AB6, AB1, AB2, AB3, AB4

    Default Baseball Card Placement: First to a Creators 1st Base Entry “oldest to newest”, Second to any other Entries by the Creator “oldest to newest.” Once the Board is full, any pre-chosen positions are cleared. If a personal selection has been chosen, then on the next Board it will be applied again.

    Chosen Placement by the Maker: If a Maker has more than one Entry in a League, then they will be able to pick which Entry the sale will follow (to which the resulting Baseball Card will be assigned), and the At Bat position on that Board for the sale. In other words, a Maker can choose their Creator if they already have an Entry on a Board in that League. However, if they have an Entry at 1st Base with an unfilled Protection Period Box (PPB), their new Entry has to be placed so that the new Baseball Card will go to their oldest 1st Base Entry with the unfilled PPB.

    16. PENCILING

    A Sales Team member at 1st Base can Pencil (reserve) any At Bat position available, only one at any given time, for a period of 24 hours. This only applies:

    • If the member at 1st Base has at least one empty space in their PPB during the Protection Period, and

    • if there are at least 2 empty positions At Bat.

    Once the Protection Period is over, then any Sales Team member can Pencil in an At Bat position, one position at a time, for a period of 24 hours, provided there are at least 2 spaces left At Bat.

    When the last empty non-Penciled At Bat position is filled, then the most recent Penciled position is cancelled.

    17. SPLITTING A BOARD

    The Sales Team members create sales. Once 8 sales have been made, the Sales Team is complete: all At Bat positions are filled and the 1st Base Protection Period Boxes each have 2 Baseball Cards. The Board splits in half creating two new Boards, one on the Left and one on the Right. All people on the existing Sales Team are promoted up one level with eight Team members on each of the Left and Right Boards (not including those in the Dugout).

    • LEFT new Board RIGHT new Board

    • The Entry at Home Plate/Hot Box has been paid (moves to Leader Board if qualified or leaves Board).
    • The Entry on 3rd Base now goes to Home Plate on both new Boards; Home Plate on the leftBoard where the member/Entry is paid on their left Green Baseball Card and Home Plate on the right Board where the member/Entry is paid on their right Green Baseball Card. If they have a NO Card, they don’t get paid. The member/Entry does get paid on all Baseball Cards they have when their Green Card or the related NO Card to any of the other Cards they may have reaches Home Plate.
    • Both Entries at 2nd Base go to 3rd Base; one on the new left Board and one on the right.
    • The four Entries at 1st Base go to 2nd Base; two on the new left Board and two on the right.
    • The eight Entries at At Bat go to 1st Base; four on the new left Board and four on the right.

    Both new Sales Teams have eight empty At Bat positions. Now, another Protection Period of 100 hours (Minor Leagues) and 200 hours (Major Leagues) countdown begins for the two new Sales Teams.

    18. FILLING AT BAT POSITIONS

    As Sales Team members create sales, the At Bat positions on a new Baseball Playing Field (Board) are filled in this order:

    • During the Protection Period:
    1. Immediately as of the split, the Dugout positions from the previous Board that represent sales of the newly-promoted 1st Base Sales Team members fill the At Bat positions to a max of two (the oldest and second oldest sales of each 1st Base member), and then…
    2. Sales created now by the Sales Team members at 1st Base (max. of 2 sales each in the PPB including any from the Dugout), are immediately placed in At Bat. Sales created by other Sales Team members are placed in the Dugout during this period, and then…
    • Once the Protection Period has expired:
    1. Immediately, Dugout positions from the oldest to the newest fill any empty At Bat positions, and then…
    2. All sales created now by any Sales Team member are placed in At Bat until all At Bat positions are filled.
    19. GETTING TO HOME PLATE

    It takes a series of three more completed Sales Teams to move up from At Bat (AB) to Home Plate. The following shows the path to Home Plate for each At Bat position:

    AB1 > LEFT 1st Base A > LEFT 2nd Base A > LEFT 3rd Base > Home Plate
    AB2 > LEFT 1st Base B > LEFT 2nd Base B > LEFT 3rd Base > Home Plate

    AB3 > LEFT 1st Base C > RIGHT 2nd Base A > RIGHT 3rd Base > Home Plate
    AB4 > LEFT 1st Base D > RIGHT 2nd Base B > RIGHT 3rd Base > Home Plate
    AB5 > RIGHT 1st Base A > LEFT 2nd Base A > LEFT 3rd Base > Home Plate

    AB6 > RIGHT 1st Base B > LEFT 2nd Base B > LEFT 3rd Base > Home Plate
    AB7 > RIGHT 1st Base C > RIGHT 2nd Base A > RIGHT 3rd Base > Home Plate
    AB8 > RIGHT 1st Base D > RIGHT 2nd Base B > RIGHT 3rd Base > Home Plate

    Minor Leagues: when at HOME PLATE, your Green Baseball Card pays you $187.50 as each new sale is placed on At Bat for a total of $1,500.

    Major Leagues: Major Leagues: when at HOME PLATE, your Green Baseball Card pays you $1,250 as each new sale is placed on At Bat for a total of $10,000.

    You are paid on all your other Baseball Cards the same way from the Hot Box.

    20. GETTING PAID AT HOME PLATE
    You get paid on all Green Cards when the Entry reaches Home Plate. All of your other Cards are paid when the related NO Cards reach Home Plate.

    Example: You are at Home Plate with a Green Baseball Card, and Entries are placed At Bat as sales are made on your Board (each free Entry represents a $600 product sale); you receive $187.50 for each sale, and it immediately goes into your HRI wallet.

    Minor Leagues

    You get paid

    Your total

    1st of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $187.50

    2nd of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $375

    3rd of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $562.50

    4th of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $750

    5th of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $937.50

    6th of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $1,125

    7th of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $1,312.50

    8th of 8 sales

    $187.50

    $1,500

    Major Leagues

    You get paid

    Your total

    1st of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $1,250

    2nd of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $2,500

    3rd of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $3,750

    4th of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $5,000

    5th of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $6,250

    6th of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $7,500

    7 th of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $8,750

    8 th of 8 sales

    $1,250

    $10,000

    21. TRAINING BONUS

    “Help your people become successful with 3 Sales and earn double”

    How it Works

    As a New Distributor with HRI - Any guidance or training offered to you by your Sponsor is welcomed (actually it is the responsibility of your sponsor to train you)! It will make it much easier for you to succeed fast, helping to get your new HRI business off to a very good start!

    As a Sponsor - You will greatly benefit when your recruits are successful! Therefore, investing your time with the Distributors you bring into the business and teaching them how it all works is important in order to create a true duplicating system.

    Training Bonus Earnings - From each of your Recruits, you will earn a Training Bonus ($500 Minor or $3,335 Major League) from their first three personally sponsored new Distributors who have made a sale/purchase (sale).

    New Distributor Training Cost:

    Minor League - The first three new Distributors you sign up who have a $600 sale, earn you only $1,000 each since your sponsor earns the other $500 as a Training Bonus for helping you learn the business! A total of $1,500 will be paid!

    Major League - The first three new Distributors you sign up who have a $4,000 sale, earn you only $6,665 each as your sponsor earns the other $3,335 as a Training Bonus for helping you learn the business! A total of $10,000 will be paid!

    Example

    Minor League - Richie Rich is a Distributor of HRI and signs up Sam who has a $600 sale as Richie’s 4th individual sale! So, Richie earns $1,500! In addition, Richie earns $500 each from Sam's first three new recruits, who also have a $600 sale each.This totals $3,000 for bringing in Sam and helping him succeed! Wow!

    Sam sells/buys another product receiving another free Entry. This time, Sam receives the Baseball Card credit himself. Since there is zero Training needed for this, Richie does not receive the Training Bonus, resulting in Sam earning the entire $1,500!

    The $500 Training Bonus is only applicable to the first three new Distributors your direct downline brings into their matrix. When Sam signs up a fourth person or more, Richie will not earn the training bonus! From that point on, Sam earns the full $1,500 plus the Training Bonus of $500 from each of his own Recruits’ first three who have made a sale!

    Important Compliance - HRI does not pay commission for signing up Distributors, Wholesale Purchasers or members! HRI pays commissions on product sales only! To become a member of HRI, it costs $50 with zero requirement to purchase any product. There is however a minimum amount of business, $120 at wholesale cost to complete the monthly obligation needed, in order to be considered “Active” and qualified to receive the Residuals.

    22. RESORT ACCOMMODATION CREDITS

    In addition to cash, a fully-paid Baseball Card also receives Resort Accommodation Credits (RACs). The amount of RACs depends on the number of sales completed by the Wholesale Purchaser in a League:

    Quantity
     

    Minor League
    per sale

    Major League
    per sale

    1 to 9 Sales

    $50 RACs

    $300 RACs

    10 Plus Sales

    $100 RACs

    $500 RACs

    After a Wholesale Purchaser has been fully-paid on 9 Baseball Cards, from their 10th on they receive $100 for Minor League & $500 for Major League.

    Rules:
    1. RACs not used will expire after 24 months.

    Using RACs RACs are accumulated in the Wholesale Purchasers Back Office and can be used by the Wholesale Purchaser, on approval by HRI, to reduce or eliminate the accommodation cost at an HRI Corporate event or an HRI Resort.

    Example: If the accommodations for one week at a Main Corporate Event (approx. one every three months) is $700 and at the time of booking you have $650 RACs, then you would pay the balance of only $50 to stay for the entire week.

    23. EXTRA SALES

    The HRI system encourages Sales Team members to Create Extra sales and offers additional rewards via the Leader Board (see Section 27):

    • up to $250,000 in the Minor Leagues

    • up to $1,000,000 in the Major Leagues

    Stolen/ Sale

    A sale can be Created from any position (Dugout to Home Plate). However, during the Protection Period, sales other than those Entries at 1st Base and their first two sales will be placed inthe Dugout. Only after the Game Clock (Protection Period) as expired can the sale be placed on At Bat, at which time a Baseball Card is issued.

    1. During Protection Period (Game Clock is counting down)
    Example: Eric is on 1st Base, he Creates an extra sale after he already has 2other sales (Protection Period Box is full) by personally sponsoring Kat who Makes the sale. Kat is placed on At Bat, and Eric is issued a Gold Baseball Card. However, Eric had to steal the sale from someone else at 1st Base. Let’s assume that 1st Base B is the oldest Entry with two empty spaces, therefore that Entry will get a NO Card in their PPB. Eric is placed in the Hot Box (see Section 24) and gets paid when that NO Card gets to Home Plate.

    Note: 1st Base B still has an empty space left in their Protection Period Box, and therefore, they can still Create a sale and get a Green Baseball Card, filling the last space in their PPB.

    2. After the Protection Period (Game Clock is at zero)

    Example: Joy is on At Bat. She Creates a sale by personally sponsoring Mark who Makes the sale. Mark is also placed on At Bat. Joy gets a Gold Baseball Card. However, Joy had to steal the sale from someone at 1st Base. Let’s assume that 1st Base A is the oldest Entry with two empty spaces, then that Entry will get a NO Card in their PPB. Joy is placed in the Hot Box (see Section 24) and gets paid when that NO Card gets to Home Plate.

    Note: 1st Base A still has an empty space left in their Protection Period Box, and therefore, they can still Create a sale and get a Green Baseball Card, filling the last space in their PPB.

    NO Card: The computer will automatically choose which person gets the NO Card:

    • First: oldest 1st Base Entry with two empty spaces, if none,

    • Second: oldest 1st Base Entry with one space empty

    24. HOT BOX: STEALING SALES
    The Hot Box keeps track of all the stolen Gold, Black and Brown Baseball Cards. When the Entry with the related NO Card reaches Home Plate, the NO Card is paid, however, technically the Entry hired someone to Create the Sale and the money actually goes to the member who created the sale who is in the Hot Box and who is now paid on the related Gold, Black or Brown Card.

    Each time you steal a 1st Base members sale, the member receives a NO Card, and you receive the related Baseball Card while your name is placed in the Hot Box.

    Your name in the Hot Box follows the related NO Card until the NO Card gets to Home Plate. There, you (represented by your Entry in the Hot Box) automatically get paid on the eight sales by the member with the NO Card at Home Plate.

    Once youve collected on all eight sales At Bat, meaning you have been paid in full, your name in the Hot Box is removed.

    Your name in the Hot Box does not count as a Sales Team position.

    25. EXAMPLE: CREATING SALES

    Baron is a member of the Sales Team at 1st Base A. All At Bat positions are empty and the Game Clock has begun counting down. Baron's pre-chosen positions for his sales are AB1 (first) and AB5 (second). Baron personally sponsors Jay, and Jay Makes a Personal Sale (Baron has Created a sale).

    Jay is automatically placed in position AB1 as was pre-chosen by Baron. (Note: the computer would have chosen AB1.)

    Baron receives a Green Baseball Card in his Protection Period Box (PPB), as he Created the Referral Sale within the 100-hour Protection Period

    Under the same conditions, Baron personally sponsors Sam, and Sam Makes a Personal Sale (Baron Created the sale). Sam is placed in position AB5, as pre-chosen by Baron. (Note: the computer would have chosen AB2.)

    Baron receives a second Green Baseball Card, in his PPB.

    Now, Baron is still on 1stBase. However, the Protection Period is over. Baron personally sponsors Gloria, and Gloria Makes a Personal Sale and is auto-placed in AB2. This is the 3rd Referral Sale Baron Created, so instead of a regular Card, he receives a Gold (Babe Ruth Rookie) Baseball Card. The sale (Gloria) is directly positioned in At Bat since the Protection Period has expired

    If the sale (Gloria) had been created during the Protection Period, it would have been placed in the Dugout. Once the Protection Period is over, the computer will immediately move those in the Dugout to fill the At Bat positions, oldest to newest and left to right.

    Since Baron stole the Baseball Card from someone at 1st Base, lets say its 1st Base C, they will get a Red NO Card in their Protection Period Box while Baron's name is placed in the Hot Box. Baron is paid once the position currently at 1st Base C, who has the related NO Card, gets to Home Plate. When fully paid, Baron's name is removed from the Hot Box.

    Gloria makes an additional Personal Sale; Gloria (Entry 2) is auto-placed in the AB3 position as she did not pre-choose a position.

    Gloria's original position (Entry 1) at AB2 receives a Gold Baseball Card.

    Now let’s assume all At Bat positions have been filled, two new Boards are created one on the LEFT and one on the RIGHT and everyone is promoted:

    LEFT Board:

    3rd Base to Home Plate
    2nd Base A to 3rd Base
    Baron (1st A) to 2nd Base A
    1st Base B to 2nd Base B.
    JAY (AB1) to 1st Base A
    GLORIA (AB2) to 1stBase B
    GLORIA2 (AB3) to 1stBase C
    AB4 to 1st Base D

    RIGHT Board:

    3rd Base to Home Plate
    2nd Base B to 3rd Base
    1stnd Base A*
    1st Base D to 2nd Base B
    SAM (AB5) to 1st Base A
    AB6 to 1st Base B
    AB7 to 1st Base C
    AB8 to 1st Base D

    *Hotbox: Baron's name in the Hot Box moves to the Hot Box on the RIGHT Board following the related NO Card, moving from 1st Base C to 2nd Base A. once that Entry with the NO Card reaches Home Plate (1st Base C > 2nd Base A/Right Board > 3rd Base/Left Board > Home Plate/Left Board), Baron gets paid on the Card he had stolen/earned.

    26. CO-OP TEAM PROGRAM [Available in selected countries only]
    The Co-op Team Program is intended to allow people in lower-income Countries to be able to combine resources to make it financially easier to participate in the Minor League opportunity offered by HRI. The Co-op Team Program allows from 2 to 6 people to partner and share in the benefits of an HRI Minor League product as well as in the Cash Back earnings provided as a result of a Minor League Board Entry.

    As per the HRI Compensation Plan, a $600 product sale results in a free Entry on a Minor League Board as members of the Sales Team. HRI accepts payment from 2 to 6 people (split equally) for one Minor League product.

    Description of Earnings

    Retail Sales - Any Co-op member who makes a retail sale will receive the retail profit and a free Entry (if applicable).

    Distributor Commissions - Any additional Minor League sales result in compensation; see table below. Minor League sales are created by a Customer buying a product at preferred pricing on the HRI Retail Site, a team member creating a sale or by a team member making a wholesale purchase (for retailing or personal use).

    A Co-op Team Member can only be a member of ONE Co-op Team at any given time. A Wholesale Purchaser who came on a Board without resorting to the Co-op Program cannot become a member of a Co-op Team.

    For each Sale created, total profits and benefits (value $1,500) are distributed as follows:

    Pay Out Order

    Benefit Type

    1st Personal Sale Amount

    Additional Sales Amount

    Description Of Earnings

    1st

    Product Bonus

    $650

    $600

    Free Product & Position:

    The Distributor who created the Sale gets a $600 product credit complete with their own free Entry on a Sales Team. Plus, the $50 registration fee paid if it’s their 1st sale.

    2nd

    Co-op Team Profit Share

    $660

    Profit Share for All Co-op Members: Every member of the Co-op Team benefits with Cash Back to cover the cost of the product and registration (split equally).

    3rd

    Person Creating Sale

    $190

    $240

    Commission: The Distributor (Co-op Team Member) who created the Sale gets another $190 Cash Back if it’s their first sale, or $240 if it’s not.

    Total:

    $1,500

    The Registration Fee of $60 for a Co-op Team is split as follows:

    2 Team
    members: $30
    each

    3 Team
    members: $20
    each

    4 Team
    members: $15
    each

    5 Team
    members: $12
    each

    6 Team
    members: $10
    each

    The Registration Fee is valid until the Co-op Team completes Home Plate. A person who joins another Co-op Team (they had no sales), still has to pay their portion of the Registration Fee but will keep their original Special ID and Sponsor.

    Notes: A Co-op Team Entry cannot qualify for the Leader Board or any residual earnings.

    Example - Baron, an HRI Wholesale Purchaser, introduces Aldrin but Aldrin does not have the money to buy a Minor League product, so together they get other Team members. Baron is the Distributor overseeing the Co-op Team (recruited the Team Leader). As the first member, Aldrin is named the Team Leader. Kat, Bryan and Yas join Aldrin’s Co-op Team. Therefore, the Co-op Team is Aldrin, Kat, Bryan and Yas, and they each contribute $150 for a total of $600 for a Minor League product, plus $15 for a total of $60 to cover the Co-op Team Registration Fee. As a result, they receive:

    • One Co-op Team ID

    • A Minor League product

    • A free Entry (shared equally amongst all Team members) on a Sales Team (Minor League Board) where the Distributor (Baron) already has an Entry.

    Each Sale - When a Team member Creates a Sale, by having a Customer buy from their online store or by introducing another Member who Makes a Sale, the following earnings apply (see table above);

    1st: Creator: A $600 product credit which also results in a free Entry on the Board (they can choose a product at their convenience). If it is the Creators 1st sale, they receive a $50 credit to cover the regular Registration Fee.

    2nd: All members receive an equal share of $660, in the case of 4 members, they receive $165 each.

    3rd: Creator: $190 personal profit if it’s their 1st personal sale, or $240 if it’s not.

    The Co-op Team Ends:

    Once the Co-op Teams Entry on the Board has been paid for each sale in full at Home Plate, the Co-op Teams ID is finished, and the team ends.

    Joining Another Co-op
    Team members cannot join another Co-op Team until their Teams Entry has completed Home Plate. Only Team Members who did not create a sale will be allowed to be a part of a Co-op Team again. However, if a Member is promoted and receives their own Entry on a Board but does not create any additional sales, they will be eligible to join another Co-op Team after their Entry has completed Home Plate.

    Permanent Sponsor:

    Starting a Co-op Team

    The person who starts a Co-op Team is named the Team Leader, under the sponsorship of a Distributor. Any member of a Co-op Team, plus that Distributor, can sponsor another member.

    Your Sponsor Has Not Made a Sale

    If a Co-op Team member is your Sponsor and has not made a sale by the time you, their direct Downline member makes a sale, your first Upline Distributor becomes your permanent Sponsor, while your Entry is placed as a Company Provided Distributor (CPD) at the front of the All-Star Line-up, as the original Sponsor does not have an Entry in the Minor Leagues.

    Joining Another Co-op Team

    If a Co-op Entry has finished at Home Plate and a member has not made a Sale, they can join any other Co-op Team. The Distributor overseeing the Team (usually the Sponsor of the Team Leader) receives the Baseball Card for the Teams Entry. The Baseball Card from a Co-op Members personal sale will go to their original Sponsor (if qualified at the time).

    5x7 Matrix

    A person with a Special ID is not part of the 5x7 Matrix. The Special ID will remain as the persons HRI ID until they make a sale (and the sale passes the refund policy time limit), at which point their ID becomes a Wholesale Purchaser ID (permanent ID).

    MIDTERM MONEY

    DESIGNED TO enhance a Distributors pay as they go through most of their warm market. This helps in keeping the Distributors income significant for one to two years while the Residual builds. A Distributor going above and beyond (3 to 7 Sales) reaches the Leader Board and then serves as a Senior Advisor to Sales Teams. It is a massive addition to the money earned for creating sales because it multiplies over and over.

    27. LEADER BOARD

    The Leader Board is intended to offer experienced Distributors as Senior Advisors to the Sales Team. The Advisors are not able to create sales themselves from the Leader Board but will earn an override bonus from Boards as they are completed; earning a maximum of 500 times per Leader Board level.

    To become an Advisor and get on the Leader Board, a Distributor has to create an Extra Sale in order to get a Gold Baseball Card. The Extra Sale has to be created while the Distributor is in an At Bat or 1st Base position in order to receive a Gold Baseball Card. The Gold Card along with at least two other Cards (excluding the Gray Card) will allow a member to qualify for the Leader Board.

    Creating an Extra Sale results in such big money that the members at 1st Base are protected by the Game Clock, ensuring that they have a fair chance to create their two sales each, filling their Protection Period Box with 2 Green Baseball Cards. If someone at 1st Base does not create their sales within the Protection Period, then its likely other members are waiting to capture the sale and steal the Baseball Card by creating an Extra Sale in order to qualify for the Leader Board.

    Upon completion of the Sales Team, an Entry at Home Plate that has three or more Baseball Cards with at least one Gold (Babe Ruth Rookie) Baseball Card, moves up to the Leader Board to the TRIPLE level.

    There are 3 Levels on the Leader Board:

    Requirement:

    TRIPLE Points Leader

    One Gold Baseball Card plus any 2 other Cards

    HOME RUN Points Leader

    One Gold Baseball Card plus any 4 other Cards

    GRAND SLAM Points Leader

    One Gold Baseball Card plus any 6 other Cards

    A Distributor in the Minor Leagues can earn up to $250,000!

    A Distributor in the Major League can earn up to $1,000,000!

    Note:

    • Gray Baseball Cards are awarded and do not count towards the Leader Board.
    • Minor League Boards (Sales Teams) are separate and distinct from Major League Boards.
    • Leader Board (LB) Positions cannot receive Baseball Cards.

    28. TRIPLE
    TRIPLE level is the lowest of three levels on the Leader Board. Once a qualified Distributor at Home Plate has completed their Board, they move up to the Leader Board into the TRIPLE level on both of the new LEFT and RIGHT Boards.

    LEFT new Board




    OLD Board

    RIGHT New Board



    As each individual Board is completed, the Distributor at the TRIPLE level is paid:

    Minor Leagues  $100 each, maximum 500 times

    Major Leagues  $400 each, maximum 500 times

    Starting with two Home Plate positions, they will split into four TRIPLE positions,

    Minor Leagues     $100 x4 = $ 400

    Major Leagues    $400 x4 = $1,600

    which will split into eight TRIPLE positions

    Minor Leagues  $100 x8 = $ 800

    Major Leagues  $400 x8 = $3,200

    then 16,

    Minor Leagues   $100 x16 = $ 1,600

    Major Leagues  $400 x16 = $6,400

    then 32,

    Minor Leagues  $100 x32 = $ 3,200

    Major Leagues  $400 x32 = $12,800

    then 64,

    Minor Leagues   $100 x64 = $ 6,400

    Major Leagues   $400 x64 = $25,600

    and so on. This continues until the Distributor has been paid 500 times. The Maximum is as follows:

    Minor Leagues   $100 x500 = $ 50,000

    Major Leagues   $400 x500 = $200,000

    29. HOME RUN

    In addition to collecting the TRIPLE level earnings of $50,000, as a qualified Distributor at the HOME RUN level, you also collect all the HOME RUN level earnings. As each individual Board is completed, the Distributor at the HOME RUN level is paid:

    Minor Leagues $150 each, maximum 500 times

    Major Leagues $600 each, maximum 500 times

    Starting with two HOME RUN positions, they will split into four HOME RUN positions,

    Minor Leagues $150 x4 = $ 600

    Major Leagues $600 x4 = $2,400

    which will split into…

    eight

    Minor Leagues $150 x8 = $ 1,200

    Major Leagues $600 x8 = $4,800

    then 16,

    Minor Leagues $150 x16 = $ 2,400 Major Leagues $600 x16 = $9,600

    then 64,

    Minor Leagues $150 x64 = $ 9,600

    Major Leagues $600 x64 = $38,400

    and so on. This continues until the Distributor has been paid 500 times each for both the TRIPLE level and the HOME RUN level. The Maximum is as follows:

    Level Minor League Major League
    TRIPLE $50,000 $200,000
    HOME RUN $75,000 $300,000
    TOTAL $125,000 $500,000

    30. GRAND SLAM
    In addition to collecting the TRIPLE level earnings of $50,000 and the HOME RUN level earnings of $75,000, as a qualified Distributor at the GRAND SLAM level, you also collect all the GRAND SLAM level earnings maximum 500 times as follows:

    As each individual Board is completed, the Distributor at the GRAND SLAM level is paid:

    Minor Leagues $250 each, maximum 500 times

    Major Leagues $1,000 each, maximum 500 times

    Starting with two GRAND SLAM positions, they will split into four GRAND SLAM positions,

    Minor Leagues $250 x4 = $1,000

    Major Leagues $1,000 x4 = $4,000

    which will split into eight GRAND SLAM positions

    Minor Leagues $250 x8 = $2,000 Major Leagues >$1,000 x8 = $8,000
    then 16, Minor Leagues $250 x16 = $4,000 Major Leagues $400 x16 = $6,400
    then 32, Minor Leagues $100 x32 = $ 3,200 Major Leagues $400 x32 = $12,800
    then 64, Minor Leagues $100 x64 = $ 6,400 Major Leagues $400 x64 = $25,600

    and so on. This continues until the Distributor has been paid 500 times for each Level achieved on the Leader Board:

    Level Minor League Major League
    Per Board Total Per Board Total
    TRIPLE $100 $50,000 $400 $200,000
    HOME RUN $150 $75,000 $600 $300,000
    GRAND SLAM $250 $125,000 $1,000 $500,000
    TOLTAL $250,000 $1,000,000

    31. KNOCKED UP OR KNOCKED OUT

    Movement in the Leader Board is based on your current level and your qualification (number of cards). All movements start from those at Home Plate who are qualified for the Leader Board. Example:

    KNOCKED OUT: If the Distributor on Home Plate is qualified with three Baseball Cards or more and you are the TRIPLE Points Leader with only three or four Cards, then upon completion of that Board, the Distributor moves up from Home Plate and you are Knocked Out of the TRIPLE position for these two following Boards.

    Note: The TRIPLE Points Leader continues to earn from their other Leader Board positions.

    KNOCKED UP: If the TRIPLE Points Leader (you) has five or more Baseball Cards, and the Distributor on Home Plate is qualified for the Leader Board, then upon completion of that Board, the Distributor moves up from Home Plate and you are Knocked Up to the HOME RUN level on the two new Boards.

    The following shows each level and the situation for possible movement:

    Your Level # of Cards You Have Level Under You # of Cards They Have Knocked Up or Out
    Triple 3 or 4 Home Plate 3 or more Out
    Triple 5 or more Home Plate 5 or more Up
    Triple 3 or more Home Plate 2 or less Stay
    Home Run 5 or 6 Triple 5 or more Out
    Home Run 7 or more Triple 5 or more 5 or more
    Home Run 5 or more Triple 4 or less Stay
    Grand Slam 7 or more Home Run 7 or more Out
    Grand Slam 7 or more Home Run 6 or less Stay

    Example: Your 3rd Base position has 5 Baseball Cards; 1 Gold plus 4 more. The Board splits and your 3rd Base position moves up to Home Plate on both the Left and Right new Boards.

    Both new Boards work the same, so let’s follow the Left one. Once all 8 At Bat positions are filled on the Left Board, again, the Board splits into two new Boards. As your Home Plate position is qualified to go to the Leader Board, it moves up to the TRIPLE position on both Boards. You earn $100 from each of those Boards as they are completed (total $200) and move up to all four new TRIPLE positions. You earn $100 from each of those Boards as they are completed (total $400) and so on. The same happens on the Right Board: you move up to 2 TRIPLE positions, then 4 etc.

    Now when all 8 Boards split, you go to the Triple position on 16, 32, 64 Boards to a maximum of 500.

    If you are Knocked Up or Knocked Out on one of your many TRIPLE positions, you have less of a concern as you continue earning on all the other TRIPLE positions; in fact, they keep on multiplying.

    LONGTERM MONEY

    DESIGNED TO become the main source of income for a Distributor within 1 to 2 years. We call it your Sleeping Money as it is the revenue paid month after month for work previously done. This revenue is paid on all your Downline sales and increases as your Downline increases, meaning more sales. It continues and increases by supervising, motivating and training them.

    32. RESIDUAL

    Residual earnings are paid once a month on all sales. Wholesale Purchasers (Member Customers & Distributors) are all part of the 5x7 Matrix Downline. However, only Distributors can earn Residuals on the Downline.

    Requirements to participate in the Residual Programs 5x7 Matrix, Matching Bonus and Club TEN:

    • A Distributor must be in Good Standing (payment of $12 monthly Admin Fee, first 5 months are paid)
    • Initial - Distributor must make a League sale (at least $600 of business through their HRI ID) to initially qualify for the Residuals.
    • Ongoing - A Distributor must be Active by Making a sale or personally consuming a minimum of $120 monthly.

    While the system will automatically place new members in the Sponsors Downline using Auto-Balancing, the Sponsor can go to their Back Office and reserve positions in the Matrix by choosing in advance where the next personally sponsored Wholesale Purchaser will go in their 5x7 Matrix. Once placed, the person cannot be moved.

    The Auto-Balancing default is as follows;

    1. Placed on the first available level below the Sponsor, then
    2. Placed directly under the Wholesale Purchaser with the least number of personally sponsored Wholesale Purchasers./li>

    33. GROUP VOLUME: 5x7 MATRIX
    This Residual is based on what we call your Spider web; if anyone lands in it they get stuck and you earn from all sales they ever make. The 5 represents the number of Wholesale Purchaser you can have directly under you in the Matrix and the 7 represents the number of levels you will be paid on!

    Your 5 may all be Wholesale Purchaser that you personally-sponsored or mixed with Wholesale Purchasers placed by your Upline. The 7 means that you earn from your own personally-sponsored Wholesale Purchaser and their personally Wholesale Purchaser and so on, as well as all Wholesale Purchasers placed in your Matrix as spill-over from your Upline and their Downline activity within your Matrix. In fact, you can earn from this Residual even if you only ever sponsor one person as sponsoring changes your status from Member Customer to Distributor and only Distributors can benefit from Residuals.

    Since the rules apply the same for everyone, each of your five 1st Level Wholesale Purchasers can only have five Wholesale Purchasers directly under them; so, there can only be a maximum of 25 Wholesale Purchasers on your 2nd Level (5 who each have 5). Repeating the rule for each level, the 3rd Level totals 125, 4th Level is 625, 5th Level is 3,125, 6th Level is 15,625 and 7th Level is 78,125 Wholesale Purchasers. All Levels combined total 97,655 people (your complete Spider Web) as you earn from all sales within it!

    Calculating Point Value (One Point is worth $0.20)

    To calculate the residual amount, you earned on any sale in your Matrix, you multiply the $0.20 value of a Point by the Level of the person in your Downline making the sale (Chart column) multiplied by the Point Value of the product sold (Chart row).

    Example 1: A Minor League sale of Gem-Cache made by a Wholesale Purchaser on your 7th Level is;

    Example 2: A Major League sale of a Territory made by a Wholesale Purchaser on your 4th Level is;

    $0.20 per point x 1 product point x 7th Level = $1.40

    Note: Since there is a monthly minimum $120 sale requirement for all members, all Wholesale Purchasers will produce at least one point per month, meaning every single member in your Matrix earns you a minimum one point per month!

    34. DIRECT DISTRIBUTORS: MATCHING BONUS

    "Matching Bonus" Residual is based on Generations. This means people you personally sponsored, your Direct Distributors (including Member Customers) and their personally sponsored, and so on, five Generations deep. You earn a percentage on each of these people based on their earnings from their 5x7 Matrix.

    • 1st Generation: your personally-sponsored Wholesale Purchasers (PSWP); your friends
    • 2nd Generation: your 1st Generation Wholesale Purchasers PSWP; your friends friends
    • 3rd Generation: your 2nd Generations PSWP; your friends friends friends
    • 4th Generation - your 3rd Generations PSWP
    • 5th Generation - your 4th Generations PSWP

    You

    1st Generation (unlimited number of Wholesale Purchasers)

    2nd Generation (unlimited number of Wholesale Purchasers)

    WIDTH: Each Generation is unlimited width, meaning that you can have as many 1st Generation Wholesale Purchasers as you like and as many 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Generation Wholesale Purchasers as well.
    DEPTH: The Matching Bonus is 5 Generations deep.
    HRI pays the following percentage of each person’s 5x7 Matrix earnings that is within your Direct Distributors and their Directs for 5 Generations deep:

    Example: Each one-point product sale is worth $5.60 in commissions paid to Distributors within the 5x7 Matrix Residual. Statistically from years of previous experience, the average person in your Downline will produce about 3.7 points each month. This average does not include Major League sales, which are worth 5 to 12 points each. To be super conservative lets go with only 2.5 points monthly ($5.60 x 2.5 points = $14.00). Rounded up for easy math, that means each Distributor in your downline produces an average of $15.00 per month into the Matrix Residual, So to give a good example of what can be made in the matching Bonus on everyone in your 5 Generations:

    1st Generation = 40%
    2nd Generation = 60%
    3rd Generation = 80%
    4th Generation = 100%
    5th Generation = 120%
    • Someone who is 1st Generation to you earns a 5x7 Matrix Residual check of $15.00, you receive $6.00

    ($15.00 x 40%)

    • Someone who is 3rd Generation to you earns a 5x7 Matrix Residual check of $15.00, you receive $12.00

    ($15.00 x 80%)

    • Someone who is 5th Generation to you earns a 5x7 Matrix Residual check of $15.00, you receive $18.00

    ($15.00 x 120%)

    Since HRI provides the easiest duplication out there, we can assume you will personally sponsor 10 Wholesale Purchasers over two years, and they will personally sponsor 10 Wholesale Purchasers each (on average), and so on. Then here is what your earnings could look like if members of all your Direct Downline Groups earn an average of $15 per person from their own individual Matrixes:

    Generation Chart 2.5 Points Avg Per Person # of Distributors Estimated Pay per Generation
    1st Generation 40% $ 6.00 ($15 x 40%) 10 $ 60
    2nd Generation 60% $ 9.00 100 $900
    3rd Generation 80% $12.00 $12.00 $12,000
    4th Generation 100% $15.00 10,000 $150,000
    5th Generation 120% $18.00 100,000 $1,800,000

    Note: This is not an earnings projection but an illustration of the full power of the Matching Bonus as no Downline grows evenly like this example.

    You can have as many personally-sponsored people as you like in your 1st Generation and as long as you are Active, you will collect this Residual month after month.

    35. TEAM BUILDING: CLUB TEN
    Club TEN (Top Earners Network) allows you to receive Residual on everybody in your entire Direct Downline Groups, not just those within your 5x7 Matrix (7 Levels) or your Matching Bonus (5 Generations).

    HRI pays out up to 500% on the 5x7 Matrix Residual earnings received by each Distributor within your Direct Distributor Groups. That means whatever any person in your Direct Distributor Groups earns in their 5x7 Matrix, you receive a percentage of that depending on:

    • Your rank in Club TEN,
    • Less whatever any ranked Club TEN members between you and the person making the sale earns.

    Club TEN Advantage - One of the many Club TEN advantages is that Leads, which are prospects without a Sponsor, coming from any of the 54 plus Intro Sites, will be placed with Club TEN members ONLY. Leads will go from the oldest Club TEN member to the newest, and then will repeat.

    To qualify for Club TEN - each month: (basic requirements)

    1. A Distributor must have a minimum of 10 Active personally sponsored Direct Distributors,
    2. Who each have at least one Active Direct Wholesale Purchaser, plus
    3. You must have a minimum of 50 Active Wholesale Purchasers in your Direct Distributor Groups.

    Base Ranks: (in order of importance from lowest to highest)

    1) Senior Rep
    2) Coordinator
    3) Senior Coordinator
    4) Manager

    5) Senior Manager
    6) Director
    7) Senior Director
    8) Ambassador

    9) Senior Ambassador
    10) Baron/Baroness
    11) King/Queen

    Note: Each Base Rank has three Levels within it. Example: Senior Rep, Senior Rep 1 and Senior Rep 2 within the Base Rank of Senior Rep.

    You start as a Senior Rep.

    To earn at any Rank within Club TEN for the following month, you need to be qualified on the last day of the current month as follows:

    As a Senior Rep 1 - you need a Senior Rep in one of your Direct Distributor Legs.

    As a Senior Rep 2 - you need two Senior Reps in two Separate Direct Distributor Legs (SDDLs).

    As a Coordinator - you need three Senior Reps in three SDDLs.

    As a Coordinator 1 - you need at a Coordinator and two Senior Reps in three SDDLs.

    As a Coordinator 2 - you need two Coordinators plus a Senior Rep in three SDDLs.

    As a Senior Coordinator - you need three Coordinators in three SDDLs.

    As a Senior Coordinator 1 - you need at a Senior Coordinator and two Coordinators in three SDDLs.

    As a Senior Coordinator 2 - you need two Senior Coordinators plus a Coordinator in three SDDLs.

    As a Manager - you need three Senior Coordinators in three SDDLs.

    As a Manager 1 - you need a Manager and two Senior Coordinators in three SDDLs.

    As a Manager 2 - you need two Managers plus a Senior Coordinator in three SDDLs, and so on...

    And so on...

    Note: If you have someone at a higher Rank than needed, they still count toward your qualification.

    Example: you would still Rank as a Coordinator if you had 2 Senior Reps and an Ambassador, as the Ambassador Rank exceeds the minimum required Rank of Coordinator.

    You get paid at your Rank as per the commission percentage in the Club TEN Chart, minus any percentage paid to another Ranked Distributor in that Direct Distributor Group.

    Example:

    • Senior Rep 1 (SR1) - You get 110% of the Matrix check received by every member in your Direct Distributor Group to and including the Senior Rep. You will receive 10% from the Senior Reps Direct Distributor Group, while the Senior Rep will receive 100%.
    • Coordinator (C) - You get 140% of the Matrix check received by every member in your Direct Distributor Group and including each Senior Rep. From there on, you will receive 40% while the Senior Reps will receive 100% on their individual Direct Distributor Groups. If one of your Senior Reps is a Senior Rep 1, you will receive 30% on their Direct Distributor Group and if a Senior Rep is a Senior Rep 2, you will receive 20%.

    Note : that for Matching Bonus and Club TEN, you can have unlimited Distributors direct to you, not just 5.

    Assume the 3 dark spots in this picture of a Direct Downline scenario are Coordinators in your Direct Downline legs. With 3 Coordinators in three separate Legs, you are a Senior Coordinator. Here is what you receive:

    • 180% of what each of the purple spots earn on their 5x7 Matrix that month.
    • 180% of what each of the three dark spots earn on their 5x7 Matrix that month.
    • 40% of what each of the white spots (Direct Distributor Groups of the dark spots) earn on their 5x7 Matrix that month.

    You will receive Residual at your Rank Level on your all Direct Distributor Groups less any ranked Distributors percentage. So, if a Distributor in your Direct Distributor Group has the same or higher rank than you, you do get paid on the ranked Distributor them self, but you do not get paid anything on their Direct Distributor Group as their Rank percentage earnings is subtracted from yours resulting in a zero balance.

    Ranked Positions

    Distributors are strongly encouraged to exceed minimum requirements; for example, by having Ranked members in more than 3 Direct Downline legs so if one drops out, the Distributor will remain at the same level. If a Distributor no longer has enough Ranked members to support their current level, the Distributor will fall to the level they remain qualified for.

    Of course, a Distributor can build up other Ranked members as needed by the end of the month, to stay at their current level.

    Base Rank Insurance - HRI recognizes the substantial effort it takes to rise up in the levels of Club TEN, and therefore we provide Base Rank Insurance. Once a Distributor has qualified at a Base Rank for two consecutive months, they are Base Rank Insured.

    To lock in a Base Rank level for the Base Rank Insurance, a Distributor must have been at that Base Rank level (or higher) for two consecutive months. Base Rank Insurance means that a Distributor cannot fall more than one Base Rank per month for a maximum of two (falling a Base Rank means to the bottom level of the next lower Base Rank).

    Example - without Base Rank Insurance: A Distributor achieves the Rank of Director 2. The next month if they don’t qualify, the Distributor now falls to their new level of qualification, which could be as low as Senior Rep.

    Example - with Base Rank Insurance: If a Distributor achieves the Rank of Director 2 for one month and then achieves Senior Director 1 in the following month, they are now covered by Base Rank Insurance at the Base Rank of Director. Which means that in any month to follow, if they lose the bulk of their Ranked qualification, the Distributor now only falls one Base Rank, to Senior Manager; instead of what would otherwise be their new level of qualification, which could be as low as Senior Rep. In the worst-case scenario, if they don’t qualify a second month, they can fall only one more Base Rank; in this example, they can never fall lower than Manager.

    The Base Rank Insurance is cancelled if a Distributor does not meet the basic requirements to be in Club TEN. Again, Distributors are strongly encouraged to exceed minimum requirements; for example, by having 12 to 15 personally sponsored Active Distributors who each have a personally sponsored Active Wholesale Purchaser, so if one or two drop out, you stay qualified.

    36. ACTIVE: QUALIFYING FOR 3 RESIDUALS

    Initial: In order to start collecting Residual commissions on sales within your Downline from our 3 Residual programs, 5x7 Matrix, Matching Bonus and Club TEN, you need to make a League sale.

    Ongoing: For ongoing Residual month after month paid from your Downlines efforts, you need to do one of the following in the previous month:

    • Make a Minor League sale, or
    • Make a Major League sale (provides 2 months Qualification), or
    • Purchase an Upgrade of Gem-Cache, or
    • Do a minimum of a $120 wholesale business

    Example: If you create a sale in September, let’s say September 27th, you are Active for the month of October and thus qualified to collect on all three Residuals earned during October (which is paid on the 11th of November).

    If you miss a month you do not get paid Check #9 for that month. As well, in order to get paid for the following month, you need to catch up for the previous month plus the current month.

    Distributor Same Day Bonus

    When a person makes a League sale on the same day as they join HRI, they are automatically qualified and considered Active for the following month as normal, plus the Same Day Bonus of being qualified and considered Active for the current month as well.

    Example: A person joins and makes a sale on September 5th; that means they are qualified and considered Active until the last day of October, receiving two Residual checks (Check #9), one for September and one for October. They must create another sale in October in order to be qualified for November.

    37. AUTO IF: MINIMUM WHOLESALE VOLUME

    IF in one particular month you don’t make a League sale, then you must do a minimum of $120 in wholesale business volume (includes Retail Site Customer purchases, personal retail sales or personal consumption), using your HRI ID, in order to remain Active. Doing so allows you to keep your Downline along with the growing Residual check, as everyone in your Downline is doing some business for sure.

    There is a minimum of 1 point paid out to the 7 levels of a Wholesale Purchasers Upline, even for Auto IF. No matter whether your Downline buys a Minor League product or does an Auto IF; whether they do $600 worth of business or $120, it makes no difference to you, their Upline. As a Distributor, you still get paid Residual of at least one point from each of your Downline within your 5x7 Matrix, monthly.

    A product purchase of a wholesale minimum $120 through a Distributors HRI ID, includes:

    • Gem-Cache upgrades
    • Gem-Cache Retail Purchases - Wholesale Purchasers can buy Gem-Cache at 45% of the price, so a retail Gem-Cache sale of $268 would cost the Wholesale Purchaser only $120.60
    • Other Retail Products (must be worth min. wholesale $120), Motor Vitamins, and others coming soon.

    Note: A Distributor qualifies for the next month’s Check #9 by doing a minimum $120 of wholesale Business Volume on or before the last day of the current month.

    Example: You have not made a League Sale so far in April. So, on the last day of April, you do the minimum $120 of wholesale business; you are now qualified to earn Check #9 which will include both the MidTerm Money from any Leader Board positions and LongTerm Money from the Residuals, on sales made in the month of May.

    To ensure that you remain Active in case you do not make a League sale in a month, you can choose to have the Auto IF automatically paid from your HRI Account, by checking the option on the Distributor Contract or in your Back Office. You will be sent the same product every time Auto IF is used unless you change it via your Back Office. Checking this option means that, on the 1st business day of every month, HRI will investigate your previous month history to see if you did a minimum $120 of wholesale business, if not, then HRI will fulfill the Auto IF you requested.

    Auto IF purchases can be accumulated to a $600 product package (however, no Board Entry is received).

    Gem-Cache example: Auto IF can be accumulated (5 x $120 wholesale business) to a $600 package; Distributor can then choose, for example, to upgrade to $2,500 in Gem-Cache by paying the upgrade amount of $300. This means you paid wholesale price, however, you did not receive an Entry on a Board.

    ALL-STAR SUPPORT SYSTEM

    DESIGNED TO ensure that even the weakest Distributors can make the Big money for each sale, we systematically take proven experienced Distributors, All-Stars, and place them on the slowest Sales Teams. In addition, we provide extra revenue to the struggling Teams members who help in creating sales. This unique system of providing top Distributors regardless of whose Downline each Team member is in, is unprecedented in helping members achieve success!

    38. ALL-STAR

    An All-Star is an Active Distributor who has created at least 3 sales and has been fully paid on them. All-Stars are given a Free Entry on one of the Oldest Sales Teams as per the Oldest Sales Team rules. The All-Star is the one most likely to benefit from the 1/3 Gray Card bonus (2 x $500 each) for creating the two sales immediately after the All-Star joins. Getting such a position on an Oldest Sales Team is actually highly-desirable as the chance to get to the Leader Board is much more likely since the Protection Period has run out. The All-Star is placed in At Bat, and any sales they make will result in a Gold Card. It’s a great opportunity to steal Sales and thus qualify for the hundreds of thousands of dollars available on the Leader Board. In fact, it offers the chance to make more extra sales meaning you can obtain a higher level on the Leader Board.

    All-Stars are placed at random on a Sales Team Board. In the case when there are no defined Oldest Boards, the All-Star enters a line-up until one becomes available. Minor Leagues and Major Leagues will each have their own line-up of All-Stars.

    An All-Star is given a free Entry for each of the following:

    • On 3 fully-paid Baseball Cards
    • On 6 fully-paid Baseball Cards
    • On 9 fully-paid Baseball Cards
    • Every 5 subsequent fully-paid Baseball Cards thereafter, 14 sales, 19 sales, 24 sales, etc.

    Note: Minor League Baseball Cards are separate and distinct from Major League Cards. Gray Baseball Cards do not count towards All-Star or Leader Board qualification.

    39. COMPANY PROVIDED DISTRIBUTOR (CPD)

    A Company Provided Distributor is a Wholesale Purchaser where the following tests apply. Please note in the following examples Joe sponsors Jane:

    Monkey See, Monkey Do Test - If the Sponsor Joe and his recruit, Jane (Maker of the sale) have never been on a Board in either League the Maker instantly becomes a Company Provided Distributor and is placed at the front of the All-Star line-up.

    Be a Player Test - If the Sponsor, Joe and the Maker Jane have been on a Board, and the Maker is now qualified for an Entry in the other League but neither Jane nor her Sponsor have had an Entry there before, then Joe has 24 hours to get an Entry. If Joe fails to do so, anyone currently on a board in that League can get the Baseball Card for helping the Maker, Jane.

    Staying Active Test - If the Sponsor, Joe and the recruit, Jane have both had an Entry in that League before but do not have one now, then the Maker, Jane is placed as a CPD and their personally sponsored person immediately follows them onto the Oldest Board.

    40. “OLDEST SALES TEAM” RULES

    Once the first Distributor becomes qualified as an All-Star/Company Provided Distributor (receiving a free Entry), the computer will calculate the oldest 10% (rounded up) of Sales Teams. To be in the Oldest Sales Team Group, the Board must have passed twice the Game Clock time; oldest is calculated from the date of last split.

    Minor League Boards
    must pass 200 hours from date of last split;
    100-hour Protection Period plus another 100 hours.

    Major League Boards
    must pass 400 hours from date of last split;
    200-hour Protection Period plus another 200 hours.

    Note: There is a 24-hour waiting period before the first All-Star/Company Provided Distributor is placed.

    Example: If there are 104 Sales Teams, then 10% rounded-up equals 11 oldest Sales Teams. The company will send an email to all members of those 11 oldest Sales Teams, informing them that their Team is in the Oldest Sales Teams group. They will not be informed of the order of the oldest Sales Teams.

    The first All-Star is placed, after a 24-hour waiting period, on the oldest Sales Team in a random available At Bat position. The next All-Star will be placed on the next oldest Sales Team (of the 11), and so on. If one of the calculated Oldest Sales Teams has split prior to receiving an All-Star, it is removed from the Oldest Sales Team group and then the next All-Star is placed on the next of the remaining Oldest Sales Teams.

    After all Oldest Sales Teams have received one All-Star, when another All-Star becomes available, the oldest 10% of Sales Teams is calculated again. If there are now 132 Sales Teams, then 10% rounded-up is 14. All-Stars will continue to be placed on a Sales Team as per the Oldest Sales Teams rule (above) until the Board splits.

    41. GRAY BASEBALL CARD
    Three Entries (Creators) share the value of a Gray Card; 1/3 each. They are paid on completion of the Board where the related NO Card is at Home Plate. The member on an oldest Sales Team who created the last (most recent) sale before an All-Star is placed on the Team, receives a Gray Baseball Card. Each of the next two (2) sales share in the value of that Gray Baseball Card as follows:

    Note: Gray Card Bonuses are paid at the completion of Home Plate, unlike all other Baseball Cards. Gray Cards are awarded as a bonus and do not count towards qualification for the Leader Board, becoming an All-Star, or RAC increase in value (at 10). However, if you are already being paid at the higher level, then the value of the RACs of the Gray Card will be at that higher level.

    The placement of an All-Star results in a Gray Card for the person who had the most recent sale, plus a NO Card for the oldest member at 1st Base without any Cards in their PPB or if all have at least one Card, then the oldest with one Card.

    Earnings Credit Minor Leagues Major Leagues
    Gray Baseball Card - Value $1,500 RACs $10,000 RACs
    Before All-Star (BAS 1/3 $500 50/100 1/3 $3,335 300/500
    After All-Star Sale 1 (AAS1) 1/3 $500 0 1/3 $3,335 0
    After All-Star Sale 2 (AAS2) 1/3 $500 0 1/3 $3,335 0

    42. EXAMPLE: ALL-STAR SENT TO SAVE A TEAM

    Shaun (Shaun’s Entry at 2nd Base B) creates a sale (SALE = BAS). It is placed in position At Bat 5 and Shaun receives a Black Baseball Card. This means Shaun stole a Card from someone at 1st Base (the oldest Entry with the least number of Cards); in this example, 1st Base C gets a NO Card in the left side of their PPB. Even though Shaun has three Cards, he is not Leader Board Qualified since he does not have a Gold Card.

    The All-Star is placed randomly on the Board and in this case its position At Bat 1. The oldest Entry with the least number of Cards is Karen, so she is assigned a NO Card in the left side of her PPB.

    1. Last Sale before the All-Star - Shaun’s sale is the last sale on the Board prior to the All-Star being placed. The All-Star is now placed on the Board.

    1.1 Shaun is given the Gray Card and his name is placed in the Hot Box. He will receive $500 (one third of the card value), to be paid when the Gray Cards corresponding NO Card (sale stolen from Karen’s Entry) completes Home Plate.

    1.2 Shaun also receives the Resort Accommodation Credits on the Gray Card, the RACs that go with the first of the three sales that come with all Baseball Cards.

    2. First Sale after the All-Star - Karen now creates the First Sale (TOM = AAS1) and receives a Green Card (on the right side of her PPB) plus she is added to the Gray Card for the 1/3 Bonus of $500. The $1,500 is paid when her Green Card gets to Home Plate, and the $500 is paid when the Gray Cards corresponding NO Card completes Home Plate.

    3. Second Sale after the All-Star:

    The All-Star now creates the Second Sale (SALE 1 = AAS2), for which the All-Star gets a Gold Card and goes to the Hot Box for stealing a sale from the Entry at 1st Base B (1st Base B gets the NO Card in left of their PPB), plus the All-Star is added to the Gray Card for the final 1/3 Bonus of $500 for that Gray Card.

    4. Additional Sales - 4.1 Karen creates another sale, JOHN, and receives a Gold Card, she is also placed in the Hot Box. Karen stole the sale from 1st Base D, so 1st Base D gets a NO Card on the left of their PPB. The $1,500 is paid to Karen when the related NO Card gets to Home Plate. Karen is not yet Leader Board Qualified as she only has 1 Gold and 1 Green Card (her NO Card does not count).

    4.2 The All-Star creates another sale (SALE 2 = the All Stars 2nd sale), which is placed in position At Bat 7, for which the All-Star gets a second Gold Card. The All-Star is placed in the Hot Box and the related NO Card is given to 1st Base C (in the right side of their PPB). The All-Star is paid when the related NO Card reaches Home Plate.

    5. Last 2 Sales Complete the Board: The All-Star now creates two more sales.

    5.1 SALE 3 is created by the All-Star, and they receive a 3rd Gold Card. The All-Star is placed in the Hot Box and the related NO Card is given to 1st Base B (in the right side of their PPB). The All-Star is now Leader Board Qualified as they have 3 Cards including at least one Gold; this means the All-Star can receive up to $50,000 on the Leader Board.

    5.2 SALE 4 is created by the All-Star, and they receive a 4th Gold Card. The All-Star is placed in the Hot Box and the related NO Card is given to 1st Base D (in the right side of their PPB). The All-Star will likely get 2 Green Cards when they get to 1st Base, for a total of 6 Cards, this means the All-Star can receive up to a total of $125,000 ($50,000 plus $75,000) on the Leader Board. In addition, if they make one more extra sale, they can reach the top of the Leader Board and receive up to a total of $250,000 ($50,000 plus $75,000 plus $125,000).

    AREA SALES SYSTEM

    DESIGNED TO provide Distributors with the opportunity to participate in the profits of all sales generated in an Area regardless of Downlines, Sidelines or Crosslines. Territories offer a Distributor an extra opportunity to earn from other Distributors downlines. In addition, Wholesale Purchasers can interact with other Wholesale Purchasers, to learn all about HRI from the experienced Distributors at any of the Stadiums worldwide. Regardless of the type of product or location in the world, the system has been designed so that all owners have similar profit potential. Only Distributors can buy a Territory or a Stadium.

    43. TERRITORIES

    A Country is divided into Territories based on population and other economic factors, causing the size (population) of a Territory to vary Country by Country. Territories are designed to provide a similar opportunity regardless of the Country. A current and complete list of Territories is available in your Back Office.

    Territory Status is as Shown:

    GREENAvailable.

    YELLOWPending.

    RED Managed.

    If you are interested in a Territory, even if its marked red, please contact HRI.

    Territory-related products:

    • HRI Territories -  a specific area to help market HRI products. Available to HRI Distributors only. Owner of an HRI Territory is the Territory Manager.

    • HRI Stadiums - a physical location
    • Inventor Packs -  for people who have an invention/product and want distribution assistance from HRI.
    • Product Territory -  Exclusive Rights to a product within a Territory that has been created from an Inventor Pack. Anyone can purchase a Product Territory License. An owner of a Product Territory License is the Sales Director.
    TERRITORY ADMINISTRATION FEE (TAF)

    There is a monthly administration fee of $180. For a Territory purchased direct from HRI, there is 6 months graduated TAF scale as follows:

    Month 1* - 2: $0 Month 3 - 4: $72 Month 5 - 6: $126 Month 7+: $180

    * The purchase calendar month is free, as are the following 2 months

    TAFs are due prior to the first day of the revenue generating month. TAFs are deducted from the Territory Managers/Sales Directors earnings.

    Example: To collect revenue for October, HRI must receive the TAF payment by Sept 30th

    44. HRI TERRITORIES

    HRI Territories are available to HRI Distributors only. Commissions are paid on all wholesale sales made within that Territory, defined by the wholesale purchasers home address. In addition, commissions are paid on retail sales defined by the ship to address.

    HRI TERRITORY MANAGER - Only a Distributor can purchase an HRI Territory and become the HRI Territory Manager.

    Cost - $4,000 each.

    Free Entry - As a Member a purchase of an HRI Territory results in a free Entry on a Major League Sales Team.

    Earnings from HRI products - The commission on each product sale is 3% of the total price paid which includes shipping and taxes. This is paid on Minor and Major League sales, product upgrades and any other wholesale Business Volume.

    • $3.60 on a $120 Auto IF sale
    • $18 on a $600 Minor League sale
    • $120 on a $4,000 Major League sale

    Earnings from Inventor Pack products - There is a 0.5% override on the wholesale price on each Inventor Pack Product sold within their HRI Territory.

    RESERVE A TERRITORY

    A Wholesale Purchaser can reserve an HRI Territory for 24 hours by putting it in their shopping cart without making payment. A Territory can be reserved in a shopping cart three times in a row.

    After a Wholesale Purchaser has reserved an HRI Territory three times and not completed the purchase, any additional placement of that Territory in their Shopping Cart will only grant a 15-minute window to complete the Territory purchase.

    TERRITORY PROMOTER

    The Territory Promoter is responsible for assisting the Territory Manager in developing sales within their HRI Territory. When an HRI Territory is bought direct from HRI, the Sponsor of the Territory Manager automatically becomes the Territory Promoter. They receive an Override of 20% monthly of the amount of the Territory Managers check, which is in addition to what the Territory Manager receives.

    SELLING A TERRITORY

    A Territory Manager can choose to sell their Territory at whatever price they can negotiate with the buyer. Such transfers must be approved by HRI, and there is an admin fee of $500. The buyer becomes the new Territory Manager, earning the 3% of total sales while the seller (previous Territory Manager) becomes the new Territory Promoter and now earns the 20% override.

    Note: An HRI Territory bought direct from HRI comes complete with a free position on the Major League Sales Team and 6 months of graduated TAFs.

    45. STADIUMS

    Stadiums are a Bricks and Mortar version of our worldwide online marketing program. This supports potential newcomers by providing physical locations to meet HRI people giving the newcomer a better understanding and feel of the HRI operations and the people within it! Even without going to the Stadium locations personally, the presence of Stadiums within a country will help give those joining online a more secure feeling about the HRI Business. Stadiums provide Wholesale Purchasers a place for meetings, trainings and other HRI events. A Wholesale Purchaser is automatically assigned to the Stadium in their country closest to their physical home address, and if there is no Stadium in their country, then the closest Stadium worldwide.

    Stadium Owner - A Stadium Owner must offer a minimum of 3 meetings, 7:30 pm meetings on Tuesdays, Thursdays and 1:30 pm meetings on Saturdays, plus one Saturday training to follow the meeting each and every week. A Stadium Owner must provide the meeting place as well as trained presenters licensed by HRI. In order to be granted the right to own a Stadium, the prospective Owner must be an HRI Distributor and must provide proof of financial ability to secure a location that can accommodate 30 to 50 people. They also must pass a test regarding the HRI company, products and compensation..

    Earnings

    Stadiums are paid on the completed Baseball Cards of personally-sponsored members of members registered to that Stadium. Once the Baseball Card related to the sale is fully-paid at Home Plate, the Stadium Owner is paid.

    Stadium Commission Chart Minor Leagues Major Leagues
    Each Individual Distributors Sales Total 1 - 9 10+ 1 - 9 10+
    Stadium Commissions Earned $50 $90 $350 $650

    *Bonus on Achieving Target

    In addition, a 20% Bonus is paid on all Stadium Commissions when a Stadium reaches 160 points in any given calendar month.

    • Minor League Baseball Card Fully Paid = 1 point
    • Major League Baseball Card Fully Paid = 10 points

    2 Major League Baseball Cards (20 points) and 20 Minor League Baseball Cards (20 points) per week (total of 4 weeks) = 160 points

    Earnings Example: The Stadium earns every time one of the Distributors attached to that Stadium has a personally-sponsored Wholesale Purchaser who completes a Board and thus their Baseball Card is fully paid. Assume 30 of the Distributors attached to the Stadium have 5 personally-sponsored Wholesale Purchasers get paid on 1 Minor League Board a month.

    MINOR LEAGUES: $50 per fully paid Baseball Card (on 1st 9 sales each) x 1 Distributor with 5 personally-sponsored Wholesale Purchasers who each get paid on 1 Minor League Board per month = $250 a month. So, if the Stadium has 30 attached Distributors who all do the same, that would be 30 X $250 = $7,500 per month

    $90 per fully paid Baseball Card (from their 10th sale onwards) x 1 Distributor who has 5 personally-sponsored Wholesale Purchasers get paid on 1 Minor League Board per month = $450 a month. So, if the Stadium has 10 attached Distributors who all do the same, that would be 10 X $450 = $4,500 per month

    Annual Revenue in this example: $144,000

    MAJOR LEAGUES

    In addition, there are sales of Major League Boards. If there was just 1 Major League Baseball Card fully paid per every 10 Wholesale Purchasers mentioned above, that would add:

    $350 x 15 Wholesale Purchasers each = $5,250

    $650 x 5 Wholesale Purchasers each = $3,250

    Annual Revenue in this example = $102,000

    Bonus of 20% for achieving 160 points each calendar month = $49,200

    TOTAL AMOUNT:

    Grand Total Earnings: $144,000 + $102,000 + $49,000 = $295,200 gross yearly revenue

    Note: A Stadium Owner is responsible for providing the facilities and paying all associated costs including overhead and staff.

    There is a Stadium Yearly Renewal fee of $1,000.

    In Good Standing:

    In order for a Stadium to be in Good Standing, it must offer a minimum of 3 meetings weekly plus 1 training session. The meetings must be run according to HRI standards, which includes testing of all equipment prior to each meeting, HRI room set up, music and readiness, as well as all other meeting protocols. The room must be set up to HRI standards after each meeting. Please refer to Meeting Protocols in the Stadium contract.

    SELLING A STADIUM

    A Stadium Owner can choose to sell their Stadium at whatever price they negotiate with the buyer. Each transfer must be approved by HRI and there is an admin fee of $500. The buyer becomes the new Stadium Owner.

    STADIUM PROMOTER

    When applying to HRI to become a Stadium Owner, an existing Stadium must agree and qualify to become your Stadium Promoter. An existing Stadium qualifies to become a Stadium Promoter if certified as a Stadium in Good Standing for two consecutive months. The Stadium Promoter is responsible to ensure that the new Stadium is set up properly, that you and your team are trained to HRI standards, and that the new Stadium operates in Good Standing.

    The Stadium Promoter earns 20% on the earnings of the Stadium Owner, which includes the monthly bonus. If a Stadium is not in Good Standing, no monies are paid.

    46. INVENTOR PACKS

    An Inventor/Manufacturer can engage HRI as their International sales and marketing partner. Purchase of a $4,000 Inventor Pack will result in the creation of 40 customized Product Territory Licenses for that specific invention/product. These Product Territories will be available for sale to the general public via HRI’s vast worldwide network and retail site with the idea being that a purchaser would obtain the “exclusive rights” to market and distribute the Invention within their Product Territory.

    Each Inventor Pack will result in a free Entry on a Board, as per the HRI system. There is a 5% platform fee charged to the Inventor/Manufacturer on all product orders.

    Note: Inventors/Manufacturers do not have to be HRI members.

    47. PRODUCT TERRITORY LICENSES

    Product Territories are managed by Sales Directors. Sales Directors are responsible for marketing and distribution. They are not required to be HRI Wholesale Purchasers. Each Product Territory License costs $4,000, with the purchaser becoming eligible for a free Entry on an HRI Board if they are an HRI member.

    Sales may be made directly from the Sales Director or from any HRI website.

    All product is ordered directly from the Inventor. Payments go into a platform (escrow system) and are paid to the Inventor once the Sales Director/store purchaser confirms receipt of the product. A 5% processing fee is calculated on the wholesale cost and charged to the Inventor on all sales.

    Product Territory Sales Directors buy direct and re-sell at wholesale and or Retail based on the manufacturer's suggested wholesale or retail price.

    A Sales Director also receives a 2% override on all sales of that product in their Territory, paid monthly.

    An HRI Wholesale Purchaser who sells the Product Territory (the PTL Promoter) gets a 0.5% override on any of the product purchased within that Product Territory for as long as that Sales Director owns that Product Territory. If the Wholesale Purchaser is personally buying the Territory, then their Sponsor becomes the Promoter.

    Note: Sales Directors do not have to be HRI members.