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What's the difference between a Wholesale Member and a Retail Customer?
Ok, so what does this all really mean?
- A good way to think of this is like a membership (like Costco or Sam's Club). You buy a one time "Starter Kit" and then you receive wholesale pricing (24% off retail). You can buy any of Young Living's Products whenever you choose or however often you choose.
- You simply buy the products just as you would buy anything online and pay full retail.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is a Member number (also known as Wholesale Member number)?
- In the United States, why does Young Living need my social security number for a Wholesale Member but not for a Retail Customer?
- A Member number is an identification number Young Living assigns to all of its Wholesale Members
- Member numbers allow the person who referred you to Young Living's products a way to be rewarded and compensated for their efforts
- When signing up and ordering product, a member number is required in the "Sponsor ID" field and also the "Enroller ID" field
- The social security number is only required because a Wholesale Member has the opportunity to earn commissions. If a member earns over a specific amount, Young Living would need to report it to the IRS when taxes are filed. Once the social security number has been entered into Young Living's system, there are a limited number of employees that can view the number, for tax reasons. It is not available to view on file, and it is not used for any other reasons.
- A Retail Customer does not earn commissions therefore there is no need for a social security number.
- Young Living simply requires a minimum order of 50 PV to be placed within a twelve-month period to maintain an active account.
- If you are interested in generating income though, please read the requirements on the Compensation Plan page
- What are the requirements to maintain my account with Young Living?