Here are options to consider to remain an active Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and continue to enjoy your discount and benefits.
>> REGAIN ACTIVE STATUS. Obtain customer orders and/or place a demonstrator order in the amount you need to regain active status by July 31, 2017. You can find this amount under “My Quick Stats” on the bottom right of the demonstrator home page. This will extend your demonstrator status through September 30, 2017.
>> START FRESH. Drop (or resign) by emailing demonstrator support at [email protected]. You are immediately eligible to rejoin through me (or your direct upline, if it’s not me) by purchasing the $99 Starter Kit. You can even take advantage of the current Starter Kit promotion (a bonus of $72 in FREE paper crafting essentials) if you drop and rejoin by July 31. Details on the $99 kit promotion here NOTE: If you choose this option, you will be starting out as a new Demonstrator by purchasing a new starter kit and will lose your title, cumulative sales totals and recruits. TIP: Be sure to download any customer information before you drop.
>> REQUEST A ONE-TIME STATUS EXCEPTION. You have the option to email [email protected] or call 1-800-STAMPUP (Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Support) and ask for an extension based on financial or other hardship . . . SU grants most of these. If you email, please be sure to add the words ‘Status Exception’ to the subject line. You will be notified of Stampin’ Up!’s decision within a few days.
I would love to see you remain a part of the Stampin’ Pretty Pals and the many exclusive resources that inspire you to play with paper, stamps and ink. Please let me know if you have any questions. I’m here to help.
Please email me at [email protected] if you have any questions.
What IS pending status?
In the event a demonstrator is short on meeting the Stampin’ Up! quarterly minimum sales requirement, they will be placed on pending status. Pending status is a one month opportunity to play “catch up” on sales from the previous quarter and renew their status for the subsequent quarter.
While in pending, demonstrators still receive all company mailings and can place orders–continuing to enjoy Stampin’ Up! discounts and benefits.
If, at the end of the pending month, the demonstrator has not met the quarterly sales minimum from the previous quarter, they will drop with no penalty. (See Minimum Sales Requirement Policy in the Demonstrator Policies Manual for more information.)