Stampin up Demonstrator Agreement

If you`re interested in becoming a Stampin` Up! Demonstrator, there are a few things you need to know about the demonstrator agreement. This agreement lays out the terms and conditions for becoming a demonstrator, selling Stampin` Up! products, and representing the company.

First and foremost, it`s important to understand that becoming a demonstrator is a business opportunity. As such, you`ll need to be prepared to invest time, energy, and money into building your business. But the rewards can be significant, including access to exclusive products, discounts on your own orders, and the ability to earn commissions on sales.

To become a demonstrator, you`ll need to sign the demonstrator agreement, which outlines the following:

1. Eligibility: To become a demonstrator, you must be at least 18 years old and reside in the United States, Canada, or the European Union.

2. Compensation: Demonstrators earn a commission on the products they sell, with the potential to earn more as they build their business. The commission rates are outlined in the demonstrator agreement.

3. Responsibilities: As a demonstrator, you`re responsible for selling Stampin` Up! products, providing customer service, and representing the company in a professional and ethical manner.

4. Restrictions: There are certain restrictions on what you can and cannot do as a demonstrator, such as selling products on third-party websites or using copyrighted images without permission.

5. Termination: The demonstrator agreement outlines the circumstances under which your agreement may be terminated, such as if you violate the terms of the agreement or engage in fraudulent activities.

Overall, the demonstrator agreement is an important document for anyone considering becoming a Stampin` Up! Demonstrator. It outlines the rights and responsibilities of the demonstrator, and provides a clear understanding of what is expected in terms of sales, compensation, and conduct. By carefully reviewing and understanding the agreement, you can make an informed decision about whether becoming a demonstrator is the right choice for you.

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