New name, new benefits: ASEA Subscription is now ASEA subscription box

In our modern world, is there a more exciting moment than when that highly anticipated subscription box shows up on your front porch? Especially when it’s full of products you feel like you just can’t live without? Subscriptions make life easier, more fun, and more efficient, so you don’t have to worry about running out of what you need right when you need it the most.

A subscription box filled for your potential

You’ll notice we’ve embraced universal terminology and are now calling Subscription orders “subscriptions.” Along with the lingo, we’re also switching to a more predictable shipping timeline that better matches with commissions, qualifications, and product usage habits: Subscription orders will now process on Saturdays and will resend every four weeks. Shipping every four weeks will help ensure you get your products on time before you run out.

This change will help you stay on top of each commission week. With subscription volume processed upfront in the week, you’ll have six full days to generate the activity your business needs to achieve rank advancement and meet your volume goals during the commission week. And, when you have an active subscription set at or above the market minimum PV for commission eligibility, your associated commissions and bonuses will never be in question.

Get all your business updates in one place

We’ll send your subscription order confirmation to the Notification Center in your ASEA Virtual Office to keep your business information all in one place, without any worry of messages getting lost in email folders. By simplifying the shopping process, our goal is to help you build your business even bigger and reach your potential.

The VO Notification Center

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