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Becoming An Agent
Frequently Asked Questions
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List of Questions: (Click a question to jump to
Why Become a BIG Agent?
Can you Provide Details of Any Successful BIG Agents?
How Easy or Difficult is it to Introduce Others?
What are the Potential Earnings for a BIG Agent?
How are an Agent's earnings affected when a Player or Sub-Agent he or
she introduced purchases additional PRs?
What does it Cost to Become a BIG Agent?
What Kind of Support is Available to BIG Agents?
Will I have to Do a Lot of Paperwork?
Will I have to Handle Money?
Do I have to wait 12 months before Receiving my Agency Money?
Instead of withdrawing all my earnings, can I use some to purchase
The main reason for becoming a BIG Agent is that the effort necessary to
introduce others is small in relation to the potential earnings. Because prospective
Players can enter the lottery with a FREE ticket (they only have to provide four IRCs),
it's easy to persuade most people to "take a shot" at winning some big prizes.
Most people would love to receive a return of 300% per year! Where else can you earn
even one tenth of this? A Player can purchase just one Profit Re-Imbursement (PR) for $90
/ £60 (a loan to BIG) to start earning this phenomenal return.
Check out the testimonials page.
You could tell the prospect that he or she
can join BIG, open an account, and receive a free EPR
to evaluate the system, or you can simply ask:
"Would you like a FREE Lottery Ticket, which automatically enters you into a monthly draw
for several cash prizes? The lottery itself is FREE but there is a cost
(if you join via snail mail) of 4 International Reply Coupons (IRCs) to cover
the monthly newsletters and results you'll receive. Would you like a FREE ticket?"
If the answer is "Yes," have the prospect complete the Player Registration
Form, and forward it, along with 4 IRCs to Courtney Agencies.
Registering as a Player also entitles you to share in the profits of BIG International.
You purchase one or more Profit Re-Imbursements (PRs) for $90 / £60 each and earn 300%
per year. This is pretty easy to sell to most people.
You earn money for all the PRs purchased by those you personally introduce (your
first level). For every PR they purchase, you earn 4.25% per month on $150 / £100. This
effectively means that you earn a return of about 7% per month, or about 107% (compounded
annually) on the PRs purchased by those on your first level. This can become huge!
(Calculation: As Agent, a $150 / £100 "Sales Lodgement"
(ASLD) is added to your account for every $90 / £60 PR bought on your first level (PRs
purchased by those you personally introduced). BIG retains ownership of the ASLD money,
but the interest earned belongs to you. The 4.25% monthly interest earned on $150 / £100,
compounded over one year, amounts to about $96 / £64. In other words, for every $90 /
£60 PR bought by those on your first level, you earn about $96 / £64 interest per year,
i.e., about 107%. The monthly earnings of about 7% is calculated as 4.25 X 100 / 60.)
You also receive a $30 Over Ride Lodgement (ORLD) on every PR sold by any Agents you
introduce. This means that for each PR purchased on your second level, a $30 / £20
"Over Ride Lodgement" (ORLD) is added to your account. This effectively means
that you earn a return of about 1.4% per month, or about 21% (compounded annually) on the
PRs purchased by those on your second level. This can also become huge! (If five times as
many PRs are bought on your second level, compared to your first, then you'll earn about
as much from second level PR sales as you do from the first level.)
(Calculation: For every $90 / £60 PR bought on your second level, a $30
/ £20 "ORLD is added to your account. BIG retains ownership of the ORLD money, but
the interest earned belongs to you. The 4.25% monthly interest earned on $30 / £20,
compounded over one year, amounts to nearly $19.50 / £13. In other words, for every $90 /
£60 PR bought by those on your second level, you earn nearly $19.50 / £13 interest,
i.e., about 21%. The monthly earnings of about 1.4% is calculated as 4.25 X 20 / 60.)
Agents also get a commission of 5% or 10% for winning Lottery tickets they sell,
depending on the kind of prize.
To get an idea of how much an Agent could earn, suppose you achieve PR sales of $10,000
on your first level. Your earnings would be about 7% per month or $700.
Suppose you introduce 10 new Agents.
Suppose the Agents you introduce achieve PR sales of $20,000 on your second level. Your
earnings would be about 1.4% per month or $280.
$700 + $280 = $980 per month.
So this gives you an idea of what you have to achieve, as an Agent, in order to earn
about $1,000 per month. And, once you've reached PR sales of $100,000 on your first level
and $200,000 on your second level, and introduced 100 new Agents, you would be earning
$9,800 per month!
For a dramatic example of how we mushroomed our earnings in a similar program
over a 28-month period from zero to over $70,000 per month, click here.
Now, if you take a look at the Profit Re-Imbursement Program page
you'll see that Players can dramatically increase their eventual earnings by using some of
their profits after a year to purchase additional PRs. These further purchases are
considered Agent sales and are likely to create an "annual doubling effect" in
Agents' earnings without any effort beyond the initial sale.
(Note that for withdrawals (other than having BIG pay your bills) there is a 6% fee
which will effectively reduce your earnings.)
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affected when a Player or Sub-Agent he or she introduced purchases additional PRs?
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Suppose you as Agent persuade a friend to purchase 10 PRs. These are considered
Agent Sales by you and you receive the corresponding lodgements. After one year, your
friend uses part of his profits to purchase, say, 30 additional PRs. These are also
considered Agent Sales by you for which you receive the corresponding lodgements? ONCE
SOMEONE PURCHASES PRs AS A RESULT OF YOUR INTRODUCTION, ALL THE ONES THEY BUY AFTER THAT
RESULT IN CORRESPONDING LODGEMENTS TO YOU.
This could represent a considerable "multiplier effect," especially at the
end of every year after you introduce someone, if they purchase additional PRs with some
of their profits.
There is no up-front cost to become a BIG agent.
The BIG International Online System (BIOS) enables Agents to access all pertinent
information about their accounts directly over the Internet 24 hours a day. You are also
notified via the BIOS Messaging System when a new Player has signed up under you.
For more information about BIOS, click here.
In most cases, the Agent who introduced you to BIG will be happy to provide assistance
to get you going, because he or she can earn a great deal based on your sales.
No. The only paperwork involved is sending in Player Registration Forms and
monitoring account statements.
No. All payments from people you introduce to BIG must be sent directly to
Courtney Agencies. In no cases should Players or Agents make payments to you.
No. Your Agency earnings are credited to your account every
month. Withdrawals can be requested in accordance with the ABS
Yes. You can buy additional PRs at any time, using part or all of any cash
balance on your account. (Note that the 6% withdrawal fee does not apply in this case.)
As Agent, if any of the people you introduced purchase additional PRs, either by using
their cash balances or sending further payments, you are credited with these as sales,
thereby increasing your earnings.
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