What is Slamming and Stacking?

"Stacking" is an industry term that basically means that you are placing new enrollments under others in your downline to help you advance in rank faster. This is either done by placing your own enrollments under others or by helping new members pay for their new account. Below is the exact description of Stacking from our Policies and Procedures.

4.28 - Stacking

“Stacking” is strictly prohibited. The term “stacking” includes: (a) providing financial assistance to new Distributors for the purpose of maximizing compensation pursuant to SendOutCards’ Marketing and Compensation Plan; (b) violating section 4.21 above; and/or (c) placing a new distributor in any downline organization with the intent of manipulating the compensation plan in a manner not intended.

"Slamming" is an industry term that means that you are signing up a person without their knowledge. In the Policies and Procedures for SendOutCards, this falls under the heading of "Bonus Buying." Below is the text from the Policies and Procedures regarding this practice.

4.3 - Bonus Buying Prohibited

Bonus buying is strictly and absolutely prohibited. “Bonus buying” includes: (a) the enrollment of individuals or entities without the knowledge of and/or execution of an Independent Distributor Application and Agreement by such individuals or entities; (b) the fraudulent enrollment of an individual or entity as a Distributor or Customer; (c) the enrollment or attempted enrollment of non-existent individuals or entities as Distributors or Customers (“phantoms”); (d) the use of a credit card by or on behalf of a Distributor or Customer when the Distributor or Customer is not the account holder of such credit card; (e) Purchasing SendOutCards merchandise or services on behalf of another Distributor or Customer, or under another Distributor’s or Customer’s I.D. number, to qualify for commissions or bonuses; (f) Enrollment of a customer in order to receive the CAB with the intent of converting the customer to a distributor after the CAB has been paid.

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