5 FAQs of Joining Younique – Part 1

5 FAQs of Joining Younique - Part 1

5 FAQs of Joining Younique – Part 1

Here are 5 FAQs about Joining Younique that might help you determine wether it’s right for you.

Hey I’m Thea a Blue Exemplary Younique Presenter here to help if you are here because you’re considering joining Younique and need a sponsor. Decided it would be good to go over some questions you may have in a series of FAQs. There are a few more relevant links at the bottom now too!

Let’s see, for starters, I’ve been a Younique presenter since the UK launch Nov 1, 2014.  Here are a few questions I had, or heard, since joining Younique.

When I first learned about the “Younique opportunity”, frankly it all sounded “too good to be true”. The flexible hours. Work from home (or wherever you want). Products that sell themselves (15,000+ lashes sell every day?) Cheap entry costs for a well-stocked presenter’s kit. Let’s not forget the whole Instant Royalties…aka “Get paid daily” thing (which seems a wee bit misleading to me, so I prefer “Get paid just hours after every sale”,  3 hours after, but hey that’s just me).

As I say, it all just sounded soooo great, but a little too easy. I was skeptical about joining Younique so like any prospective recruit I researched – a lot! If you’re reading this, you’re doing your due diligence too. Good for you!

1) “How much does it cost to become a presenter?”

First of all I will tell you where we are. We are currently in the following countries – North America, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico Germany, France and Spain (Mar 1).

Join Younique - New Presenter kit 2017

Fees to join Younique are the following:

UK £69 | US $99 | Canada $119 | Australia $129 | New Zealand $139 Germany/France/Spain/Ireland/Italy €107 | MXN $172 | Hong Kong $775
+ shipping.

That is all you pay to get your presenter kit and FREE website where you can begin selling within minutes of joining!

  • No, there are no recurring fees – monthly or annually
  • Free Website included with no annual website fees
  • No other items that you have to buy
  • That startup fee gets you a “Presenters Kit” – which changes every quarter or so – and you receive around double that amount in products!
  • There are no other “hidden charges” to speak of. You can buy products to have on hand, such as the lashes, or you don’t have to. That’s all you have to pay to become a Younique presenter.

2) “What support does Younique give?”

A recent email through my blog here asked: “Does Younique provide you with a lot of the marketing articles, stories, before and after shots or is this down to each presenter?”

Well, a bit of both really.

There are copious amounts of photos on the youniqueproducts.com website, and also being shared on the Younique Facebook pages and groups.

As soon as you join, you automatically get added to a private group for Younique Presenters only. Much info, advice, photos and videos are shared there – seemingly hourly!

Frankly, I noticed really early on that there are images all over the Internet for Younique! Some of them are great, and some of them really, well, aren’t. (Tacky comes to mind for some. So if you join, please choose your images wisely.)

Personally I tend to try to make up my own images to share to avoid any copyright infringement, and to build my Younique By Thea brand awareness.

I am not saying my images are “the best”, by any means, but by photographing my own products they’re at least unique to me!

I also try to add my URL to each photo I share.

As soon as you can, I’d recommend that you can also get shots off your happy customers – when you are lucky enough to get those!

3) “Do I need a local Younique sponsor?”

Wee iPhone selfie of Thea Newcomb & Younique sponsor Joanna HunterIt is entirely up to you, but in this day and age, it doesn’t matter where your sponsor is.

I signed up with a woman Joanna who lives in the Scottish Highlands. We’d never met, but we spoke over the phone, through Facebook chat and video Skype. (UPDATE: Met her several months later when she was down in Glasgow)

Now around 1/3 of my team is in America. They could just as easily be in Canada, Australia or New Zealand. I hope to have women in all those countries joining me soon as well as the ones in Germany, MexicoFrance – and now Spain is next!

I’ve written a post called How to Find a Sponsor which may be of use to you. Basically though, if you can, do find someone who resonates with you, has achieved at least a wee bit of Younique “status”, has the start of a team already in place, who’s positive, and really looking to build a serious business for themselves….Go for it!

What is the person doing online? Can you see their activity? This business is primarily conducted online (though some people use catalogs, events and do in-home parties etc) – so how are they doing with their efforts? How many followers do they have? What sort of posts are they making on social media? Is it unique? Or is it just a bunch of spammy sales links? Do they do videos? How do you feel about them?

4) “Is training provided?”

Younique Training Course - in the back office.

For some of us, direct sales is new thing, and is so selling makeup. There is a ridiculous amount of training information out there. Some are better than others in my opinion. Some of the top level presenters are utterly fantastic in their efforts to train via tutorial videos, webinars, slide shows, and presentations. Others, not so much.

There is also a training area in the “back office” which you have access to the moment you sign up.

They’re billed as “weekly courses” but really can be done all at once, or simply whenever you find the time to read through them.

If the person offers bespoke training – so much the better

PS: I offer FREE Social Media coaching to my team if needed and host weekly hangouts on Google (video chats with my team).

5) “How do I get paid by Younique?”

You may have heard that Younique has “Instant Royalties”. As I mentioned, that means that we get paid three hours after every sale! I just got paid shortly ago – from another 3D Fiber Lash order earlier this evening. Yippee! Sure it’s great getting the Younique emails to say another order has just came in, but I’ll be honest with you, I love the one saying that I’ve been paid even better!

Instant Royalties from Younique - PayQucicker Card | youniquebytheaWe get paid into a PayQuicker account. (It’s a little similar to Paypal). Once you reach the $50 threshold, your card is automatically issued to you. You’ll get it within a week or two. Mine was a little bit of a pain to set up. As an American in the UK, I didn’t have a lot of UK “Government issued” forms of ID.

[NOTE: Got there in the end by supplying my UK driver’s license (picture ID) and my national insurance card.]

When you receive your card, you can use it like you would any MasterCard. For us in the UK it’s what I would call a “swipey” card – not a Chip & Pin. So I use it to get petrol (gas), groceries, meals out etc. I sometimes drop it in the bank and use it to pay toward my mortgage…To do that, I download the funds straight into my (“Current”) bank account. There are fees for some card uses, including drawing down to your bank. So do keep an eye on which is most cost effective and do that.

I have found spending online is fabulous. It’s now my “go to” card on Amazon!

Do you have a question about joining Younique?

If you are considering joining my team but have any specific questions, then please ask it in the comments below. If I don’t know the answer my uplines will certainly be able to help! They’re very good that way!

Ready to become a Younique Presenter - #jointheAteamIf all I’ve said here has convinced you, and you’re ready to join Younique now, but you need a sponsor, then please visit my Youique by Thea join page to get started! No need to message me first.

It’s changed a bit since I signed up. If you need a postcode to find me, it’s G11 5HW.

If you have any problems please comment below or email me. I do check my blog daily!

Keep an eye out for my week in younique blog posts because I’ve been documenting my journey on a weekly basis. The highs and lows as transparent as possible!

More Relevant Younique Info about Joining Younique:

That was just a few of the questions I had – or heard!  As I’ve been a presenter for longer, I’ve continually been adding to the FAQ posts to help people that are researching Younique to find out what it’s really like.

This is not an easy business. For everyone one person who’s making a fortune with it, there are seemingly thousands making nothing. So don’t just join it for the money! Here are some other posts which will hopefully be of use to you.

Finally if you have questions and need a sponsor, then please by all means reach out and I will help you.

If you have questions but already have someone you’re joining with – then please ask them.

That’s what sponsors are there for to offer that guidance and support. Thanks so much!

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  • June 2, 2015 at 5:57 pm
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    Hi I’m on esa and dla as can’t work now or in the future but this kind of thing where u work from home would be brilliant but I’m worried it will affect my benefits as u need my national insurance number.

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    • June 2, 2015 at 6:06 pm
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      Hello Marie, I am not 100% sure. Do you have you an accountant or could perhaps your job centre advisor could answer more specifically?

      I believe it would wholly depend on your income levels and it may take awhile to get above any real threshold. Certainly worth investigating! 🙂

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      • February 17, 2016 at 11:00 pm
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        It wouldnt affect your dla however it may affect your esa

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    • June 5, 2015 at 1:09 pm
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      Me too Hun same on both which is why I’ve been considering it. If u find out before me can u let me know and vice versa x

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      • July 11, 2015 at 2:15 pm
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        Hi I’m keen to get started too but I’m wondering the same thing re benefits. Has anyone managed to find out about how doing this would affect them? X

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  • June 26, 2015 at 3:30 pm
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    I’m thinking of joining younique, but one thing that is stopping me doing so is, I haven’t worked for a while, because of ill Health, so only know a couple of people, would that make it hard? but I have got a lot of time. Also I have been thinking about writing a Blog, for different reasons, but I wouldn’t know where to set up one from, but I can see that you have, and just wandered if you have any advice?

    Kind regards

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    • June 27, 2015 at 11:02 am
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      Sam sorry I didn’t get back yesterday – but I read your comment with interest. I’ve given it thought since I read it yesterday afternoon…

      First things firsts – I think there have been a lot of women that have taken on the challenge of an MLM – due to being off due to illness or other constraints. I think it can be a wonderful thing to focus your energy on – to take your mind out of dis-ease as it were.

      I know that one of my teamies has taken on the challenge, some months back, and she had been challenged by a type of depression…She found the makeup empowered her, made her feel beautiful and sexy again, and the business she started gave her a new focus. She believes it has brought her out of her depression.

      Now I am not claiming that “hey this can happen to you” (who can claim that?) but I do think there is a possibility of this opportunity being a “turning point” if you choose to make it so.

      Some top presenters came to Glasgow and spoke a few months back. One was a stay at home mom in a remote area of the US and she went on to grow her business and end up being a Black Status presenter (top level).

      A blog is the way to go – but only if you have a plan. You need to think about how YOUR voice is different than 200k other Youniques. What are your skills and areas of expertise that you can call upon. The one I mentioned on my team is now blogging – and she’s a beauty therapist to trade (though hasn’t been doing that for some time!) but her blog is very different to mine (where I have no beauty experience per se).

      Another new recruit’s just joined and I’ve been talking to her about her blog. Need to coach them both a bit more. What I love about the business (and my team) is that we’re all doing things different. We all just have to find our path…what I do won’t really work for you necessarily (it might) – but you can do what feels right for you.

      This business is not an easy business – at least not for me or my team. Some women seem to just “excel” at it but I seem to plod. This month has been quiet – last month was awesome. Next month I am going at it with everything I have got!! Full steam ahead.

      If you have time AND persistence – then you can make it at this business. We’re all just learning as we go along. Myself included.

      Let me know if I can help any further and if you want to sign up via me, I’d probably have you sign up under one of my teamies (the aforementioned one) and you’d still be on my team and in my group! I could still guide you with blogging advice etc. You take care and thanks for the comment. Sending you some positive vibes! 🙂

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  • August 10, 2015 at 10:22 am
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    Hi, I am thinking of joining younique asap, only thing is… I work full time Monday-Friday, so is this something I could commit to around working hours?
    Thank you x

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    • August 10, 2015 at 4:12 pm
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      Zoey — it’s not an easy business – by any stretch, but it’s super fun, and super flexible. Check out this post on 10 reasons to join Younique – if you haven’t already. You can schedule posts on social media when you have time (to go out throughout the week) or have parties in your home, at a friend’s, or a colleague’s or at coffee shops/restaurants.

      One of my fave things about Younique is the flexibility. I try to post every day – somewhere but not everyday everywhere…So one day I might do a FB post another day a Tweet or Google+. When I have more time I might do all the channels…(Instagram or event Linkedin). Just depends on what else I have going on. Sometimes I’m more busy than others. So I adjust accordingly. Reach out if you have any more questions Zoey! x

      PS Unless unusually lucky – party time efforts will bring in part time sales…in fact some months will feel like full time efforts are bringing in part time income – but you’ll have fun doing it!

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  • August 14, 2015 at 12:27 am
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    Hi my question is if I have a sponsor and I sale a item will the sponsor also partake in the money that I will be receiving for selling it

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    • August 14, 2015 at 6:14 am
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      Yes, and No…

      Everything you sell you get YOUR commission on…from the moment you join. You get paid 3 hours after every sale.

      You get 20% when you first start. Once you’ve sold 1000 PRS (equivalent of $1000/£600+) you bump up to 25% commission on all sales.

      Your upline will only make a small % on your efforts once their company is earning more than 2000 PRS ($2000)…but this won’t take away from YOUR commissions!!

      So if you recruit someone – and you reach the 2000 PRS – you would make 3% off their sales, then if they recruited someone you’d make 4 % of that person and if they recruited someone else you’d make 5% off them.

      In order of any of us to make ANY MONEY AT ALL off our downline we need to make the 2000 PRS every month!!! It’s not an easy feat…but it’s what we all aim for (well those of us who are aiming to promote within the company).

      Hope that helps…Any more questions? 🙂

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  • December 23, 2015 at 5:00 pm
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    I’m a little late but how old do you have to be to become a Younique representative? I’ve just turned 17 but I’m curious as to whether I am able to get involved. I live in the UK.

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    • December 23, 2015 at 5:03 pm
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      Never too late Rebecca. Do you have someone in the family – like a mum or older sister – who might join on your behalf?

      You need to be 18 but a parent or I sibling can join and transfer the business over once you hit 18.

      That’s a great question I’ll add it to my next FAQs! If you need a chat a bit more then email me or you can ring 0141 416 1492 – my Glasgow number (it rings globally wherever I am!) 🙂

      PS: Totally not too late! I suspect I’ll get several inquiries in the new year…

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    • January 4, 2016 at 6:16 pm
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      18+ to join Younique 🙂

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      • January 4, 2016 at 7:56 pm
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        Yep you can have someone join before turning 18 – a mum, sister, etc and then transfer the business over once they turn 18.

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  • January 2, 2016 at 8:21 am
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    If I was to buy the mascara as a distributor do i sale it at regular price plus tax or just the price itselve.

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    • January 3, 2016 at 11:17 pm
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      Hello Jackie, sorry for the delay in replying. It depends on where you are based.

      I sell it for £23.00 in the UK, $29.00 CA – but you’re right when I do buy I have to pay California sales tax, so in theory should just charge the 7.5% on top (eg. $31.18) but I usually don’t and just charge the $29.00.

      But yes you’re right…tax is paid one way or another and it will vary depending on your region. In the UK it’s already built in to the price (which makes it easier for me) 🙂

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  • January 21, 2016 at 11:11 pm
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    Hi, what’s to stop people just buying the starter kit and then selling nothing? I have worked in party plan before and on joining there was always conditions (selling X amount in y time when you first join….if not managed then paying the difference if you had purchased products in kit at full price). Sorry I just want to know if there are conditions when you first join?

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    • January 22, 2016 at 12:04 am
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      Hello!

      Yup, people can just buy the kit and then nothing else (known as “kit snatchers” and similar phrases).

      I’ve had a handful of them!

      I have some on my team who do no selling (or recruiting) but just buy a bit of make up for themselves every 90 days (125 dollars — appx £85) to remain an “active” presenter. So no real conditions as such.

      Take care x

      PS: I obviously prefer the ones who at least remain active (even if only selling the bare minimum) to those who sign up and do nada! But…to each their own 🙂 As I always say Younique is not for everyone! xo

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  • January 29, 2016 at 5:54 pm
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    Hi, I am a house wife living in the UK, do you pay or declare any kind of taxes as I would to join the team but I’m still unsure with those subjects. Thank you.

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    • January 29, 2016 at 6:08 pm
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      Hello,

      Well…you need to give your NI to sign up to Younique.

      The standard Personal Allowance for 2015-2016 (only 2 months left of this tax year) is currently £10,600, which is the amount of income you don’t have to pay tax on. You’d be kind of hard pressed to earn that this tax year (LOL) and I’d be a little surprised if you did next year but it all depends on how hard you are going to work your business I suppose!

      I keep very good records on all I spend, and all I make, with Younique. There are many things you can “write off” to offset against it.

      You would need to make a note of any miles you do – say you delivered some makeup to a customer near you – or wanted to demonstrate the product there. You could claim that back (.45p per mile). If you post any makeup (I send 3D mascaras all over the UK) – then the postage is a write off etc.

      You would be best to alert Inland Revenue, within a few months of joining but only if you’re running Younique as a business (part or full time).

      Again I’d only do that if you were actually making any money at all – not if you’re just buying the odd thing for yourself and not running it as a business.

      So I would say try it out for a few months, see how you go, and if you decide it’s for you, then alert them that you’re intending to run as a business.

      There is help around when it comes to that, and if you joined my team, I’d personally help you track what you need to, and what’s things to offset the tax with.

      I pay my accountant every month to keep me right! (He does both my US and UK tax forms for me!) Happy to pass on that knowledge to you!

      Every year I get better at this sort of thing…I even downloaded a great app today to help me even more!

      Here to help if you decide to join x

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  • February 1, 2016 at 12:10 pm
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    hi im literally on the verge of joining younique but like many am confused about the tax implications, i know you have to give your national insurance number and i work full time already so am over the amount able to earn before paying tax. Do i need to declare my new earnings (if i make any!) or will it be done for me by mr tax man because ive given my NI number? Thanks

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    • February 1, 2016 at 4:11 pm
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      So did you do it? I was on the way to a meeting when your comment came in so sorry for the delay in approving.

      Basically yes you need to give your NI. I would always speak to your local tax office to 100% clarity but I believe you would only need to alert them if you’re starting to work it as a business.

      Plenty people join and then do nothing with it. So I’d declare income as soon you start making some real sales/profits.

      I personally keep very good records of all my Younique purchases, all of my Younique sales – by BACS, PayPal and Cash. I make a note of all miles I do – say to drop off makeup or show someone the catalogue. I also keep a note of any marketing/promotional stuff (business cards, t-shirt, hats, and I just bought a mug this week with ‘Younique by Thea’ on it too!

      So I’d recommend to anyone who’s working it as a business to treat it that way.

      If you’re doing a tiny bit on the site as a hobby then I don’t think it’s of much concern tax wise.

      Again I’d ask them about your individual case as you’ve said you’re already in FT employment!

      Kind regards,

      Thea

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  • February 9, 2016 at 2:23 am
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    Hi, I love make up & would LOVE to do this. The only thing stopping me is my age, is 36 too old to get into this? Xx

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    • February 9, 2016 at 10:55 am
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      Hi hon…
      Too old? Too old? Ha ha. No. Not too old in your 30s. I think someone could sell this makeup in their 70s, and I’ve actually been thinking of signing up my 80-something father (he’s cute and wears the foundation well. LOL!)….Seriously though passion of the products/business is way more important than any number you can come up with! So you should totally do it.

      Need a sponsor? 🙂

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  • February 15, 2016 at 10:21 am
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    I’m interested in doing this just for myself is this wrong or can I do this I work full time already will this mess my tax code up? And will the tax man know about it without me informing them if younique already have my NI number and will I get emergency taxed ? X

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    • February 15, 2016 at 11:53 am
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      You will not need to alert HMRC if you’re not working it as a business – selling and recruiting. So if what you mean is you’re interested in just joining to buy the makeup and get your 20% discount – then no you won’t be emergency tax coded. (Bad grammar but you know what I mean).

      Inland revenue DOES watch out for people selling and recruiting on their social media channels though, so if you’re like me broadcasting all over any sales or new team mates – and you didn’t alert them, they would most likely come after you eventually. Once you got on their radar.

      I’d always recommend people do it for 3 months before notifying HMRC because some people join, and a few months later quit it.

      So I’d suggest to anyone who is planning on doing it as a business, do the initial trial of 3 months, see if it’s for them, and then if they’re going to run it as a business then – alert HMRC.

      And keep good records of all in / out expenditure.

      I’ve put a call out on Linked in to get some accountants to weigh in and offer guidance about running a direct sales business and how that effects tax codes, benefits and tax credits etc. So watch out for that as soon as I get some responses. OK?

      Any more specific questions you can feel free to message me (if you’re joining my team that is!) If you have a sponsor in mind already then by all means do ask them and they can help you. That’s what we’re here for! x

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  • February 18, 2016 at 12:36 pm
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    Hi! I am from the UK so have an NI number etc but currently live in Dubai. Am I still able to sign up and get sponsored by a presenter (someone I know) over in th UK. I regularly travel back and forth but I think Younique would be a sensation over here! X

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  • March 17, 2016 at 9:06 am
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    Hi
    were are UK nationals living in France.
    I work for CERN in Switzerland (an international organization) so i pay no tax.
    My wife has joined Younique but cant get paid because we have no social security number.
    So after 2weeks she still cant touch her money. she has no card but is still putting in the effort to make money. She has a party planned this week but is steadly losing the will to live because no one seems to know what she can do. Id appreciate some help because if she cant get paid then whats the point? all of this situation was known when she signed up and forked out the kit fee.

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    • March 17, 2016 at 9:19 am
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      Oh I am sorry hon. I feel your frustration.

      1) I am surprised they let her sign up without some sort of TAX ID. That seems odd. We can’t in the UK without putting in our NI or SS # in US.

      2) Have you actually contacted Support and asked them what to do? Could you maybe have them switch her “home country” to UK and put in an NI number? Yours or hers?

      3) I didn’t get my card for more than a month after joining. You don’t until you’ve earned the $50 in commission anyway. So it pretty much takes EVERYONE weeks to get at access to their card.

      So tell her to keep her chin up, keep plugging, and enjoy the makeup for the time being. The money WILL be accessible in one way or another soon, and when it does it will be heavenly.

      But do contact support and explain the situation. Try the Live Chat when they’re online.

      Wow, I’m really amazed that it was even possible to sign up without the tax ID! That’s been news to me…

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      • March 17, 2016 at 10:40 am
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        she has already earned white status and has 75 euro sat there unable to touch. she has also since joining had one local person join her team. all she is hearing is “we are looking into it”.
        Yes your right this should of been asked or addressed during the sign up procedure. so far i have spent 25 euro on an order for presenting plus the 107 plus delivery for sign up and to say we are disappointed is an understatement.

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  • March 17, 2016 at 10:40 am
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    250 euro sorry so far 350 euro down with no chance of earning anything.

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    • March 17, 2016 at 10:48 am
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      I am so sorry you’re having these challenges. I firmly believe it WILL be resolved though so please just breathe and remain calm. The support team can be sometimes slow but always eventually will resolve the issue so it’s not wasted efforts. This does seem to be unusual case of foreign residents in different region and your being a tax exile does of course present some unusual circumstances!! I would ask for either a change of location to UK and use NI if possible (not ideal I realise). I flit between US and UK and so I am dual myself and one country (UK) is my resident country and I still use my card in California…So that’s one thing. I’d also ask that if it can’t be resolved you get the kit money refunded or to be credited with Y-cash. There’s always a solution so please hold tight and try not to get so frustrated (both of you) that you throw out the baby with the bathwater. See if you can get her sponsor or an upline to help chase up the matter on her behalf. OK? Hang in there!! I know you’re frustrated and totally pissed off but save your energy, it really will work out one way or another. It may just take some time giving these unusual circumstances…OK? Take care Matthew.

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      • March 17, 2016 at 10:57 am
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        Ha HA Tax exile. i wish. The tax is paid direct to the Swiss government under an agreement with CERN, so although I don’t physically see it deducted from my wages its pre paid.
        just like the WHO, United Nations etc. that are also based in Geneva.
        Hopefully she can just put her UK NI in.
        Thanks

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  • March 23, 2016 at 11:45 pm
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    I bought my kit but decided it isnt for me to sell now. My sponsor said she will buy my kit off me minus the mascara as I used it. How much should I.be selling it for the full retail price or what I paid. Thank you

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    • March 24, 2016 at 10:04 am
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      You really didn’t want to just keep the makeup kit for yourself? Did you try the other stuff? The mascara’s not my fave but the other stuff in the kit’s pretty great…

      To be honest, I am not sure what to suggest. Perhaps ask her what she suggests is “fair”. £69?

      I’ve had people join and not continue and I never actually offered to buy their kit off them, so that’s pretty cool of her. 🙂

      Thea

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  • April 22, 2017 at 9:05 pm
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    Can i join with my husband as a team put the business under his name and work the business myself with live videos website etc? How does that work if trips are won would we both go?

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  • May 8, 2017 at 8:14 pm
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    Hi! I want to join Younique and I’m in Qatar. We don’t have taxes over here. I wonder how that’s going to work.

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  • August 9, 2017 at 11:40 pm
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    Hi,can you please tell me if this would affect my pip benefit and also my mobility benefit. Thanks.

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    • August 10, 2017 at 9:56 am
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      It would be best to speak to your accountant or HMRC but honestly I suspect it would not be an issue for any benefit until you started to earn profits. I’m half way up the ladder, recruited nearly 40 since joining and I don’t make a profit as such. There are of course people who DO make a profit but those people are few and far between. Some months I can pay bills, even my mortgage and others not so much…But again, I’d speak to your accountant or ring up HMRC to double check. I’d never want to advise you and be wrong!! x

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