ELAMANT INTERNATIONAL, LLC

(“ELAMANT”)

MEMBER POLICIES & PROCEDURES

 

Last updated: June 16th, 2020

Introduction

Elamant International LLC (together with its affiliates and subsidiaries, “Elamant” or the “Company”) is a lifestyle membership company, providing its Members access to travel deals, data rewards, and the opportunity to develop their business and personal development skills. As part of the Elamant membership, Members have the opportunity to bring other consumers onto the Elamant Platform and receive rewards for doing so. Members may also have the opportunity to sell Elamant memberships directly, through the use of Elamant Passes, and even become a Consultant for Elamant. This Member Policies & Procedures document has been prepared as a guide to enhance the experience as an Elamant Member and provides key information and rules regarding each of the programs available for active Elamant Members to participate in.

As an Elamant Member, you will be required to comply with each of the following rules, guidelines, and procedures. Failure to comply with these rules may result in termination of your Membership and forfeiture of any benefits you have accrued.

 

Membership Status

Anyone who has successfully completed the registration process in the Elamant Portal is an Elamant Member. As a Member, your account status will either be ‘Active’, ‘Inactive’, or ‘Terminated’. The privileges and consequences of each Member status level are described below.

Active Member: An “Active Member” is a Member who currently maintains a fully paid membership subscription (every 28-day cycle) entitling the member to all the rights, privileges, and benefits of an Active Membership. Active membership status is only awarded to a paid Premium Membership.

Trial Member: A “Trial Member” is a limited Member who has joined the company for free and has selected the trial membership option upon registration. The trial membership is for evaluation purposes only and will expire to ‘Terminated’ status (see ‘Terminated Member’ below) after 60 days. The Trial Member will not have access to any premium features or benefits other than our Basic Travel Portal, Referral Program, and limited use of the Lifestyle Portfolio. A Trial Member may only refer Premium members and does not have the ability to enroll other Trial Members. At any time during the free membership trial, the Member may upgrade to the Active Premium membership and they will receive a NEW and ongoing membership cycle. By upgrading the membership, the Member will no longer be eligible to become a Trial Member.

Inactive Member: An “Inactive Member” is a Member who does not currently maintain a fully paid membership subscription. A Member may only remain as an Inactive Member for up to 60 consecutive days before entering into a ‘Terminated’ membership status (see ‘Terminated Member’ below). An Inactive Member may become an Active Member by purchasing a membership subscription either direct to the company or by means of an Elamant Pass. Once reactivated, the Member will then immediately change to “Active” status and begin enjoying the membership benefits that come with an ‘Active’ membership. If a member goes to Inactive status, the system will calculate any days of inactivity and deduct these days once a member renews an account. Inactive members are not entitled to any rights, privileges, or benefits of an Active Membership. Any pending Data Reward Redemptions will not be deposited to an ‘inactive’ membership account.

Example: If a member goes inactive on January 1st and does not renew the account until January 10th, the member will only be active for the remaining 18 days until the renewal becomes due on the original renewal date of January 28th.

Terminated Member: A “Terminated Member” is a Member who remains in an Inactive or Trial status for more than 60 consecutive days. On the 61st day of consecutive inactive status, the member will enter Terminated Member status. Each Terminated Member will be removed from the membership database and will no longer have any rights to access or renew their membership in the Elamant Portal. If a Terminated Member wishes to reactivate their account, they must enroll again as a new Member.

 

Member Code of Conduct

When selling Elamant Passes, recruiting new members, or otherwise dealing with current or potential Elamant Members, you must take care to show yourself and Elamant in the best light. Above all, you should never lie or misrepresent yourself, your role, or Elamant and its programs to potential members. When undertaking any of these activities, be sure to keep the following rules and requirements in mind:

1)   All Members are independent marketing representatives of the Company, which does not create an employer/employee relationship, agency, partnership, or joint venture between the Company and the Members. Each Member shall hold harmless the Company from any claims, damages, or liabilities arising out of Member’s business practices. Company Members have no authority to bind the Company to any obligation. All actions conducted by Members are in the capacity of an independent third party.

2)   In the conduct of its business, the Member shall safeguard and promote the reputation of the services of the Company and shall refrain from all conduct which might be harmful to such reputation of the Company or to the marketing of such services or inconsistent with the public interest, and shall avoid all discourteous, deceptive, misleading, unethical or immoral conduct or practices. A Member shall not interfere with, harass or undermine other Members and, at all times, shall respect the privacy of other Members. A Member must not disparage the Company, its affiliated entities, other Company Members, Company products and/or services, the marketing, compensation and reward plans, or Company employees.

3)   All Members are responsible for paying local, state, and national taxes due on bonuses, rewards, rebates, or any other earnings generated as a referee of Company memberships, products, and services. All Members are also responsible for abiding by the local, state, and national laws and regulations of their home country.

4)   Company Members shall not advertise Company products and services and/or marketing plans except as specifically approved by the Company. Company Members agree to make no false or fraudulent representations about the Company, the products, the Company compensation plan, or income potentials.

5)    Trademark, Trade Names, Advertising.

  1. The name of the Company and other names as may be adopted by the Company are proprietary trade names and trademarks of the Company. As such, these marks are of great value to the Company and are supplied to Member for Member’s use only in an expressly authorized manner. Member agrees not to advertise the Company products or services in any way other than the advertising or promotional materials made available to Member by the Company. Member agrees not to use any written, printed, recorded, digital or any other material in advertising, promoting or describing the products or services or the Company marketing program, or in any other manner, any material which has not been copyrighted and supplied by the Company, unless such material has been submitted to the Company and approved in writing by the Company before being disseminated, published or displayed.
  2. The Member, as an independent third party, is fully responsible for all of his\her verbal and written statements made regarding the product or service and marketing program which are not expressly contained in writing in the current Member agreement, and advertising or promotional materials supplied directly by the Company. Member agrees to indemnify the Company and hold it harmless from any and all liability including judgments, civil penalties, refund, attorney fees, court costs or lost business incurred by the Company as a result of Member’s unauthorized representations.
  3. All Company materials, whether printed, on film, produced by sound recording, in digital media format or on the internet, and social media of any type, are copyrighted and may not be reproduced in whole or in part by Members or any other person except as authorized by the Company.
  4. A Company Member may not produce, use, or distribute any information relative to the contents, characteristics, or properties of Company product or service which has not been provided directly by the Company. This prohibition includes but is not limited to print, audio, video, or other digital media.
  5. All advertising copy, direct mailing, email, radio, TV, newspaper, and display copy via the internet must be approved in writing before being disseminated, published, or displayed with the exception of blind ads where no reference is made to the Company name or product name.
  6. Members may not register or claim ownership of any trademarks, logo, or any other intellectual property of the Company in any jurisdiction in the world.

6)   The Company maintains official corporate websites, social media pages, online groups and forums (such as but not limited to, Facebook Groups), and smartphone applications (collectively the “Elamant Portal”). No Member may independently design or establish a website, social media page/group, app, or other portal or service of any type whatsoever that uses the names, logos, product or service descriptions of the Company, nor may a Member use “blind” ads on the internet making product or income claims which are ultimately associated with Company products, services, or the Company’s compensation plan without prior Company approval. However, Members may participate in social networking over the Internet to promote the products and rewards of the company, in full accordance with Company policies and procedures. Any person using Company names, logos, trademarks, etc. on the internet or any other advertising medium, except as permitted by Company rules and regulations, shall be subject to immediate discipline, including but not limited to termination of Member status.

7)   The Company reserves the right to approve or disapprove Member’s change of name, business name, or organizational form associated with the Member’s registration. If the Company approves such a change by Member, the organization’s name and the names of the principals of the organization must appear on the Member application/agreement along with a national identification number of each. It is prohibited to make changes to attempt to circumvent or violate Company rules on raiding, solicitation, targeting, cross-sponsoring, or interference.

8)   If a Member fails to maintain the recurring 28-day payment for Membership, the Membership will assume Inactive status and will lose some rights, privileges, and other accrued benefits. If a Member remains Inactive for 60 days, the Membership will enter Terminated status, and all rights to bonuses, member benefits, and access to Membership Portal will permanently cease.

9)   The Company shall be entitled to change service prices and the bonus plan or reward program at any time and without notice, and to make changes effective as needed for publication on the Company website.

10)  On a periodic basis, the Company will supply data processing information and reports to the Member, which will provide information concerning the Member’s referrals. The Member agrees that such information is proprietary and confidential to the Company and is transmitted to the Member in confidence. The Member agrees that he or she will not disclose such information to any third party directly or indirectly, nor use the information to compete with the Company directly or indirectly during or after the term of the agreement.

11)  The Company expressly reserves the right to alter or amend prices, fees, the Terms of Use, these Policies and Procedures, Member benefits and terms, reward programs, compensation plans, or any other rules or regulations set by the Company at any time.

12)  Members may not advertise any Elamant products/services at a price LESS than the highest company published, established retail price of ONE offering of the Elamant product or service. No special enticement advertising is allowed. This includes, but is not limited to, offers of free memberships, or other such offers that grant advantage beyond those available through the Company. Members or Consultants found to be in violation of this policy may be terminated immediately without review. 

13)  The acceptance of these terms, policies, and procedures does not constitute the sale of a franchise and no exclusive territories will be granted to anyone, and no franchise fees have been paid, nor will any member acquire any interest in a security by the acceptance of these agreements.

14)  Members shall maintain the highest standards of business practices when discussing or marketing Elamant. Members shall refrain from engaging in unethical business practices or violating standards of fair dealing; engaging in cross-line recruiting or other unfair or unethical business practices, or generally engaging in any activities which would damage the brand of the Company (in its sole discretion).

15)  Members may not make claims or warranties of any kind including, but not limited to, any claims for earnings or services, other than those included in Company written literature.

16)  Sending SPAM, also known as Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE) is prohibited by the Company. Any use of SPAM, fax broadcasting, automated messaging, or automated telemarketing by phone in connection with the Company business may result in suspension, a fine, or termination of membership.

17)  Individual and Entity Ownership Information.

  1. Member enrollment in the referral organization may only be owned and held by individuals, not corporations or other entities without the express approval of the Company.
  2. An individual shall provide the Company with a National Identification Number, and other documents as required to verify identity.
  3. No individual operating under a fictitious name may become a Company Member.
  4. If any entity other than an individual wishes to become a Member, the individual(s) controlling the partnership, corporation, or other business entity is required to fulfill the same requirements as all individuals under this agreement.

18)  All Members agree that Company is authorized to use Member’s name, photograph, personal story, and/or likeness in advertising or promotional materials and Member waives all claims for remuneration for such use.

19)  All Elamant Members agree to:

  1. Provide information, support, and training to the Members personally sponsored.
  2. Study the company literature and learn to represent Company and services in an honest and sincere manner.
  3. Help other Members directly connect with top leaders and Consultants.
  4. Be professional, courteous, and considerate.
  5. Not misrepresent the Consultant Compensation or any other Elamant program.
  6. Become familiar with and abide by other materials as provided by the Company.
  7. Not treat access to the membership as a business opportunity, investment, or other vehicles for financial gain; nor create a  network of referrals through techniques such as “stacking”, creating fake entities, submitting fake or inaccurate data, or any other such activity – undertaken individually or in concert with others – contrary to the company purpose and its Member Policies and Procedures.

 

Disciplinary Actions, Termination, and Appeals

Disciplinary Actions

Elamant generally reserves the right to terminate any Member’s account for any reason, and without notice. However, Elamant may in its sole discretion choose to take any of the following disciplinary actions regarding a Member’s violation of these Policies and Procedures, the Terms of Use, or any other rules, agreements, or policies put in place by Elamant:

  1. Issuance of a written warning or admonition.
  2. The imposition of a fine, which may be imposed immediately or withheld from future bonuses, rewards, rebates, or other vehicles as deemed available by the Company.
  3. Loss of benefits related to Member referrals.
  4. Suspension, which may result in termination or reinstatement with conditions or restrictions.
  5. Termination of the Membership.

Termination Procedure & Appeals

When a decision is made to terminate a Member, the Company will inform the Member that the Member is terminated immediately, effective as of the date of the notification. The Member will have 15 days from the date of notification in which to appeal the termination in writing to compliance@elamant.com, and therein provide a written response to the finding of violations of Company agreement, policies and/or rules. If the appeal is not received within the 15-day period, the termination will be automatically deemed final.

If a Member files a timely appeal of termination, the Company will review and reconsider the termination, consider any other appropriate action, and notify the Member of its decision. The decision of the Company will be final and subject to no further review. In the event the termination is not rescinded, the termination will be effective as of the date of the Company’s original termination notice.

Once a preliminary decision to terminate a Member’s account has been made, the Member in question shall thereafter be prohibited from using the names, marks or signs, labels, stationery, advertising, or business material referring to or relating to any Company products or services. The terminated Member shall not represent themselves as an Elamant Member. During the pendency of any appeal, the Member must not take any action to violate this or any other provision of the Members’ Policies & Procedures or the Terms of Use, or the pending appeal will automatically be terminated.

 

Data Rewards Program

We strive to offer the very best in shopping data reward benefits for our members. One of the ways we do this is by allowing our members to share their current shopping experiences and receipt data for rewards and points.

With our collection of data on these members, our goal is to create specific consumer reports and sell advertising to local merchants, marketing partners, and big data companies. As you upload receipts from your shopping, you can redeem them for “Data Points” every thirty days. Data Points, in turn, can be redeemed for Elamant Enrollment Passes (E-Pass) and other payouts coming soon.

Submitting a Redemption Request:

The member may submit a request to redeem receipts for Data Points (a “Redemption”) every 30 days or 30 days from the last redemption submitted.

Note: The first redemption will be available 30 days from the time the member has completed the required data entry in the Shopper’s Profile. A one-time maximum of 100 Data Points will be allowed for this initial redemption.

On the date that the receipt redemption is submitted, it will go into our verification and approval process for a 30-day period. On the 31st day, if approved, the total amount of the requested redemption will be immediately converted and deposited into your Data Points account. To make the understanding of our process clearer, you have 30 days of shopping and 30 days of processing for the database to filter, approve, and process buying habits. If a member is submitting Data Rewards redemption every 30 days, they will be receiving redemption deposits into the Data Points account every month after the first initial 60 days.

What Receipts are Eligible for Data Rewards?

For receipts to be eligible for submission, they must contain a purchase from a retail store. The retail store must offer retail items (not ‘wholesale’). A retail item is any physical item that is purchased from a retail store and the sale from that item creates a profit to the business. Retail purchases include, but are not limited to: electronics, grocery items, petrol/fuel, dining out (cost of food only and not including tips or gratuity), prescription medication, clothing, automotive parts, school supplies, etc.

Note: The purchase of prepaid gift cards, prepaid credit/debit cards, fuel cards/vouchers, or any other form of money exchange is not considered a retail purchase and will not be approved for a data rewards redemption.

Note: Taxes added to your purchase totals, such as value-added taxes (VAT), Sales Tax, or any other form of Tax, will not be accepted for Data Rewards.

Elamant is interested in the buying habits of our everyday shoppers. Consequently, retail receipts must be under a certain total dollar value to be eligible for Data Rewards. Each retail receipt must be within $5 USD to $200 USD subtotal per receipt. Our system will accept a retail receipt of UP TO a $500 USD subtotal, but only $200 USD will apply for the maximum of the weekly shopping allowance. ANY retail receipt subtotaling over $500 USD will not be accepted, as we have classified this as not an “everyday” shopping purchasing habit.

Example: Member submits $800 USD of shopping receipts in a thirty-day period, uploading $200 in receipts each week of that period. These receipt submissions will be calculated at 20% per receipt for a maximum total of 40 Data Credits per week thus earning 160 Data Credits towards the Redemption.

Data Credits vs. Data Points:

There are two types of values that the Company will assign submitted receipt data. Data Credits are calculated and accumulated at the end of each shopping week (Sunday through Saturday) and Data Points are the end result reward deposited into the Data Points wallet after a successful Data Rewards Redemption. Data Credits have no actual cash value and are only for the purpose of accumulation towards a redemption. Data Points, however, are currently valued at 1 Data Point = $1 USD and enter into the Data Points Wallet for use. Data Points may be converted for an Elamant Enrollment Pass (E-Pass) and many more flexible uses, conversions, and payout options as the Elamant Platform progresses.

 

Data Reward Redemption Limits:

To ensure that you achieve the maximum benefit in Data Rewards every week, you must submit receipts that have a combined subtotal of $200 USD. This will allow the maximum of 40 Data Credits earned each week at a 20% reward rate. You may turn in an unlimited amount of receipts per week, however, you cannot accrue benefits for any receipts submitted in excess of $200 per week (40 Data Credits). Receipts submitted that have accumulated towards the total for the week (excluding those exceeding the $200 per week maximum) will qualify for rollover.

Each Data Reward Redemption must be made in either a Redemption of 100 Data Points or 200 Data Points, per 30-day redemption cycle.

 

Data Credit Rollover:

If the total number of Data Credits exceeds the maximum for a Data Reward Redemption, then the unused Data Credits will be automatically saved and ‘rolled over’ to be used towards the next redemption. Considering the maximum amount of Data Credits a member may earn per week is 40, then this would accumulate 160 Data Credits the first month. The member would then be allowed to submit a redemption for 100 Data Points and the remaining 60 points would be ‘rolled over’ and added to the next redemption.

This ‘rollover feature’ on each receipt has a lifespan of 30 days from the date of the last redemption. If the Data Credits are not used on the next redemption, they will not continue to roll over. The idea behind this process is to keep fresh new data coming in while also allowing the member to make use of the receipts and Data Credits that were unused the month before.

Example: Continuing from the last example, if during the 2nd redemption cycle only 100 Data Credits from retail shopping was accumulated, the 60 additional ‘rollover’ Data Credits from the previous Redemption would not apply since the Redemption amount may be for a Redemption of 100 Data Points or 200 Data Points and there will be no rollover for the next month Redemption.

 

Premium Travel Service

Elamant Members can use the Elamant Travel Portal to book flights, hotels, car services, and entire travel packages at discount rates. In addition, Active Members qualify for our Premium Travel Service, which provides a variety of services and benefits to Elamant travelers, detailed below.

Travel Reward Credits

Active Members who book flights, hotels, car rentals, and other services through the Travel Portal are eligible to earn back 1.5% of their purchases in Travel Reward Credits. Travel Reward Credits are linked to your Premium Elamant Membership account and you may view the number of credits you have earned by accessing your Premium Travel Portal from the online back dashboard or Travel Premium Mobile App. Each Travel Reward Credit is worth $1.00 USD and may be applied to partially or fully pay for bookings.

Reservation Assistance

Active Members have access to a personal concierge to assist with travel planning and to answer questions or concerns regarding your travel plans. Elamant travel concierge service is available by phone, message center, and live chat.

Member Best Price Guarantee

Elamant provides a price guarantee to Premium Members who reserve a vacation through the Elamant Travel Portal. If you book a flight, hotel room, or other services through the Elamant Travel Portal and later find the same flight or room at a lower rate, Elamant will credit your account for an amount equal to 110% of the price difference in Travel Reward Credits. In order to submit a claim for the price difference, you must provide proof of the alternative pricing, such as a weblink to the order site. The linked rate must be on a public website and for the same service; for example, at the same hotel or on the same flight as you have already booked. Alternate services, such as a different flight or similar hotel in the same city, are not eligible for the Member Best Price Guarantee. Business Class and First Class flights are included in the Member Best Price Guarantee, however, Economy Class flights booked through the Premium Travel Portal does not qualify for the Guarantee.

 

Founders and Consultants

Elamant has adopted a unique and innovative Compensation Program. This program enables members to cover the cost of their membership and earn hourly compensation for the services they provide for the company. The Elamant compensation program is made up of two separate parts: the Founder Referral Program and the Consultant Opportunity.

Referral Program

Members are rewarded by referring and sponsoring individuals to join Elamant and become active members. Maintain an active Elamant membership and personally enroll 3 active Elamant members.* Immediately after the registration of the 3rd Elamant member, you will achieve the status of “Founder” and receive 5 Renewal Points credited to your Renewal Point wallet** the following day. As a Founder, you will earn 5 Renewal Points per day that you maintain the Founder qualification. These points will continue to be deposited into your Renewal Points wallet every day that you remain a Founder. Each Renewal Point has an equivalent membership value of 1 point = 1 membership dollar.

Since the Elamant membership fee is $99, your Elamant membership will be activated if enrolling from a Free trial account or renewed after 20 consecutive days. 99 Renewal Points will be automatically deducted from the Renewal Points wallet. (See Automatic Renewal Program (ARP) for more detailed information)

Only Founders are eligible to earn Renewal Points. The values in the Renewal Points wallet may not be transferred or used for any other purpose than renewing or activating the Elamant membership. Renewal Points will continue to be deposited into the Renewal Points wallet until the membership reaches 2 cycles paid. Once an account reaches 2 cycles paid (current membership cycle plus one) the Renewal Points will stop being credited until the next renewal cycle begins. The Renewal Points will begin again once the account is in the current cycle. Simply put, the goal of the Founder Free membership program is to continuously keep the qualified member 2 cycles paid (current membership cycle plus one) and no more. This will ensure the membership always stays active while the member remains a Founder.

*Free trial members may also enroll Elamant Members and become a Founder.

**The purpose of the Renewal Wallet is to renew the membership with no additional cost to the member. The values in this account are of no actual cash value and non-transferrable.

Automatic Renewal Program (ARP)

We want to ensure qualified members have the opportunity to have their membership automatically renewed from our system without the need for additional out of pocket payment. By using our proprietary system software, we have designed the membership to automatically renew the member’s account once enough funds enter the specified wallets.

Once a membership is due to renew, the system will check if there are at least 99 Renewal Points in the Renewal Points wallet as a first step before going to inactive status. If there are at least 99 Renewal Points in the Renewal Points wallet, the system will then deduct those points and automatically renew the membership for another membership cycle.

If there are not enough Renewal Points, the system will then check if there is $99 in the E-Wallet to deduct the next membership cycle from. If there is at least $99 in the E-Wallet, the system will then deduct those funds and automatically renew the membership for another membership cycle.

If there are not enough funds in the E-Wallet to renew the account automatically, the system will then look to the R-Pass account for any unused R-Passes. If there is at least 1 R-Pass available, the system will then deduct that unused R-Pass and automatically renew the membership for another membership cycle.

Consultant Opportunity

One of the key goals of Elamant is to provide our Members with the opportunity for professional growth and development. This has the benefit of turning our Members into a skilled pool of professionals and allows Elamant to run as a distributed company, like many new firms in the “gig” economy. (Gig workers are independent contractors, online platform workers, contract firm workers, on-call workers and temporary workers. Gig workers enter into formal agreements with on-demand companies to provide services to the company’s clients.) As the Elamant network grows, we need you to help us provide essential services and support to our Members and to Elamant directly.

As Elamant Consultants take on more responsibility, sponsor more Members, and see their team grow, they qualify for different Service Levels of engagement as a Consultant. Your Service Level determines both the hourly rate Elamant will pay you for your work, and the total volume of work you are eligible for assignment (i.e., hours per week).

Note: You can learn more about each Service Level’s compensation structure, as well as the qualification requirements, below under “Consultant Service Levels.”

As a Consultant, you may be assigned a variety of tasks and obligations. Some examples of the type of work assigned to Consultants include:

  • Translation and local language support. Elamant has Members across the globe, and we rely on our local Consultants to help with everything from translating Company materials and documents to providing customer support to non-English speakers.
  • Training. Elamant tasks its Consultants with ensuring that Elamant Members fully understand Elamant’s programs, systems, interface, and rules. This could include training new Members on how to properly submit receipts for Data Rewards and navigate the redemption system. Consultants at higher Service Levels, or who have received additional specialized training, may also train other Consultants in their duties.
  • Customer and Member support. Rather than maintain a large customer support staff, Elamant Consultants act as the primary support for Members with questions, concerns, or issues relating to their Elamant Membership.
  • Merchant Advertiser Program (MAP) Recruitment and Support. Recruiting merchant advertisers to participate in MAP is a key cornerstone to the Elamant business, and is essential to our success! Our Members and Consultants know the businesses they shop at best and are the key to our outreach and retention initiatives. Consultants may spend many of their hours recruiting merchants to participate in MAP and providing them ongoing account support and customer relations.
  • Events and presentations to promote Elamant. In some cases, Consultants may be asked to present at an Elamant event or on behalf of Elamant at a third-party event. However, be sure to remember that you should never represent yourself directly on behalf of Elamant unless specifically authorized by the Company. Failure to comply with this rule may result in immediate termination.
  • Receipt verification. In order to ensure the quality of the data collected through our Data Rewards Program, we may, from time to time, use our Consultants to do random selection verifications on submitted receipts.
  • Travel Agency Bookings and Support. Through Elamant Travel, our Consultants will receive proprietary travel software that will allow them to book personal or public travel needs including flights, cruises, car hires, hotels, and more with up to 60% discounts, price guarantees, and free travel rewards. Consultants may earn an hourly income by supporting and educating new Elamant members and travel clients.

 

Additional Duties and Obligations at Increased Service Level

 

Elamant Opportunity Exclusivity

As part of your duties, beginning at a Manager-level Consultant, you will routinely interact with and support the Elamant members on your team. You will also take on greater responsibility, with more members to support and a higher expectation in terms of your knowledge and ability to teach your team.  This gives you the opportunity to learn and demonstrate the leadership skills we aim to cultivate. In doing so, you will form a bond of trust with your team members. While this is a crucial relationship to build, the global distribution of Elamant members and Consultants creates certain risks we must address. We must ensure that high-level Consultants do not abuse this bond of trust and that they make the appropriate time commitments to their duties.

For these reasons, beginning at a Manager-level Consultant, you must agree not to engage in any kind of promotion or solicitation on behalf of any other network marketing business, or otherwise support or work on behalf of the same. This means that you cannot promote or receive any type of compensation whatsoever – whether directly or on your behalf – from any business which provides compensation based in whole or part, directly or by secondary reference, upon sales, referrals, recruitment, promotion, or other such activity.

As a reminder, NO Consultant should be promoting other such opportunities to Elamant members, regardless of their service level.

Ex.1: Consultant A works for an auto dealer, and sells cars based upon commission. Consultant A can be eligible for the Manager level.

Ex.2: Consultant B works for an auto dealer and recruits or hires a team to sell cars. Consultant B makes money based on the commissions of his team or recruits. Consultant B is not eligible for the Manager level.

 

Changes to or Transfers of Consultant Positions

Members may request a change of ownership information on their Elamant account, subject to Elamant’s approval and sole discretion. Commonly approved reasons include transferring an account to a decedent, undergoing a change in business type, or other administrative needs. Elamant reserves the right to approve or disapprove any and all transfers of Member accounts, positions, and benefits, but we will generally do so if there is no risk of fraud or harm, or if the request is merely to correct an administrative error.  All such transfers will be contingent upon receipt of a signed waiver of liability by the former Member.

However, in the event an account change or transfer is approved, Consultant Levels associated with a Member’s account do NOT automatically transfer to the new Member. The compensation rates for Consultants at each level reflect that Consultant’s personal skills, time spent, and value to the Company. For this reason, we do not generally permit the transfer – through a sale or otherwise – of Elamant Consultant positions.

Under certain circumstances, Elamant may make exceptions for such transfers or substitutions for Consultant Levels and positions. For example, if you’ve built a business with an Elamant component and you are getting ready to retire, then you may wish to sell your business or transfer it to your heirs. Subject to our own due diligence, including proof of a bona fide sale or transfer of a whole business, we may be willing to approve an attendant transfer of the associated Consultant Service Level and position to the new owner. Factors we may assess in deciding whether to permit a transfer include:

  • Demonstration of the qualifications and capabilities of the proposed transferee for the relevant Consultant Service Level
  • Harm or impact on the transferor
  • Legal or commercial risk to Elamant
  • Evidence of a bona fide business sale; for example, the concurrent sale of other assets or rights by the transferor at the same time as the proposed Consultant position transfer

If your transfer is approved, you will be charged a service and processing fee to cover the costs of our own due diligence and other related items. The fee so charged will depend upon the risk and complexity of the transfer to Elamant, and will be determined and disclosed to you prior to any approval for a transfer.

Ultimately, although your Service Level is a reward for your work and achievements with Elamant, being an Elamant Consultant is a privilege, not an asset. You should never rely upon an anticipated sale of your position.

 

Submitting Hours & Redeeming Payments

 

Tracking & Submitting Service Hours

Consultants are only paid for the actual hours they work for Elamant. You must carefully track your time, down to increments of one hour. In your personal time log, each time entry should be followed by a summary description of your activities at that time. As an Elamant Consultant, you have broad latitude to determine what, when, and how you work and are even encouraged to source and develop your own hours (such as through MAP account sales and support)! As a consequence, we need to be able to prevent fraud or misbehavior by Consultants remotely. This means that your personal log should have sufficient details on your activities during each time period so as to allow us to verify you actually did the work! Consultants may be required to submit their complete-time logs, as well as answer questions or provide other supporting evidence of their work.

You must submit your time entries through the Elamant interface each week. The information in the comments you submit for each time ticket should correlate to the details in your personal log. Once you have submitted your time entries from the ‘performance period’, the entries will show as “pending” until they are either denied or approved by Elamant (see Approval Process, below).

Approval Process

In order to ensure that Consultants are doing valid and quality work on a consistent basis, each time ticket submission will be reviewed prior to being approved for payment. Elamant reserves the right to reject any time submission. Reasons we may reject a time submission include:

  • Incomplete submissions. For example, failure to provide sufficient details in the comment to a time ticket may result in denial.
  • Indication of fraud. Work must actually have been performed to satisfaction to qualify for payment. Submitting a short, effortless description without detail, Spamming (copying) the same response over and over for each entry, or any other fraudulent or misrepresentation of activity determined by the company may also result in declining the entire week of submitted hours
  • Late submissions. Failure to upload a time ticket within the ‘Performance Period’ (See Elamant Company Definitions and Terms at the bottom section of this document) may result in that time entry being denied.
  • Service hours submitted for approval that includes time spent selling memberships, recruiting new members (other than new Merchants or Travel customers) will not be approved.

Elamant reserves the right to audit, investigate, and question any hours that have been submitted for approval. In addition to denial of the time tickets, some severe or repeat cases may be referred to our compliance department for further action, including, but not limited to Removal from Consultant Program, Membership Suspension, Termination, and/or a fine.

If you believe one of your time tickets was denied incorrectly, you may appeal the decision through the normal Company appeals process by first sending an email to compliance@elamant.com. Be sure to include any evidence or explanation supporting your position. Your submission may be independently reviewed by a second person at Elamant, along with any supporting evidence or documentation you provide in your email as to the validity of your time submission. Evidence might include specific work products, travel receipts to an event, additional details regarding your activities, or an explanation of the discrepancies to the second reviewer.

E-Wallet Account

This is the account to which all approved hourly service fees are deposited. This account is made up of two (2) parts. The “Approved” status and the “Pending” status. Hours submitted from the “Time Report” during the performance period (Sunday – Saturday) are immediately placed in the pending section of the E-Wallet account each Sunday at 00:00 (12am) Pacific Standard Time. The total of all pending amounts, deposits, and withdrawals will be visible to each Consultant in the dashboard of the Elamant Back Office Portal. Simply click on the numerical value or click on the menu item on the left side of the screen to receive the detailed report. The funds in this account are non-transferrable to any other members’ account or exchanged for any other currency or product other than the Elamant E-Pass or R-Pass.

Withdrawing Funds from the E-Wallet:

The funds in this wallet may be converted into an E-Pass or R-Pass instantly any time the amount reaches $99 USD with no associated fees or charges for conversion or transfer.

The E-wallet account holder may request to withdraw funds into BTC at any time. With the very first withdrawal, there will be a required minimum/maximum of $10 to validate the account.* The minimum withdrawal amount for a BTC Payout is $250.00 and in increments of $250.00. Example: If you have $600.00 in your E-Wallet, you may only withdraw $500.00.

*There will be no fees or charges for the 1st initial BTC validation withdraw.

 Additional Terms & Conditions for Bitcoin Withdrawals

  • A withdrawal request may be submitted at any time, but processing occurs on the 15th of every month. There may only be 1 withdrawal request submitted at any time.
  • The maximum withdrawal amount per month for BTC transfers depends on the qualified service level of the Consultant.
    • Consultant through Executive Consultant – Max: $1,000 per month
    • Manager through Executive Manager – Max: $5,000 per month
    • Director through Executive Director – Max: $10,000 per month
    • Wood through Water Executive – Max: $25,000 per month
    • Elamant Executive – Max: $100,000 per month
  • A transaction fee of $10.00 applies to each withdrawal.
  • An additional 3% service and processing fee apply for each withdrawal.
  • Validate your Bitcoin Address and verify for accuracy before completing the withdrawal. Once the transaction has been processed, the funds can no longer be recovered.
  • The Bitcoin withdrawal request will be processed by the end of the business day on the 15th of every month
  • Receiving Bitcoin usually takes 30 minutes, however, it can take up to a couple of hours or longer. An incoming transaction needs to receive 3 Bitcoin network confirmations to appear in your wallet.
  • The very first withdrawal will be a required minimum/maximum of USD $10.00 to validate the BTC account.
  • Member MUST be verified and validated with all KYC documents before the BTC withdrawal is processed. This includes a copy of your government ID, a picture of yourself holding your government ID, and proof of your residency.

Consultant Service Levels

By training, educating, and supporting your growing network of Elamant members, you may qualify to receive hourly compensation. With our Exclusive Consultant Program, Consultants are paid for the services they provide for our company and compensated at an hourly rate.

The estimated weekly and yearly incomes provided below are based upon the assumption that the Consultant actually completes and submits the maximum number of hours per week, and that all work submitted is valid and accepted in the approval process. Consultants are ultimately responsible for their own work, hours, and earnings. Elamant makes no guarantee whatsoever that you will be able to accrue enough valid work hours to achieve the listed estimated incomes, or any income whatsoever.

 NOTE: All dollar amounts are in United States Dollars (USD)

 Consultant – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least three (3) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 12 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 50% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $20 per qualified service hour
  • 5 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $100
  • Estimated annual income: $5,200

Senior Consultant – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least four (4) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 40 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 50% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $30 per qualified service hour
  • 6 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $180
  • Estimated annual income: $9,360

Executive Consultant – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least five (5) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 80 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 40% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $40 per qualified service hour
  • 7 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $280
  • Estimated annual income: $14,560

Manager – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least five (5) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 150 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 40% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $60 per qualified service hour
  • 12 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $720
  • Estimated annual income: $37,440

Senior Manager – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least five (5) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 300 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 40% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $80 per qualified service hour
  • 15 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $1,200
  • Estimated annual income: $62,400

Executive Manager – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least five (5) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 500 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 30% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $90 per qualified service hour
  • 17 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $1,530
  • Estimated annual income: $79,560

Director – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least five (5) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 750 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 30% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $100 per qualified service hour
  • 18 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $1,800
  • Estimated annual income: $93,600

Senior Director – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least five (5) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 1,000 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 30% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $115 per qualified service hour
  • 20 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $2,300
  • Estimated annual income: $119,600

Executive Director – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least five (5) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 2,000 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 30% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $150 per qualified service hour
  • 22 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $3,300
  • Estimated annual income: $171,600

Wood – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least six (6) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 4,000 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 25% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $200 per qualified service hour
  • 24 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $4,800
  • Estimated annual income: $249,600

Fire 火 huǒ – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least seven (7) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • than 25% of all such a minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $250 per qualified service hour
  • 28 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $7,000
  • Estimated annual income: $364,000

Earth 土 tǔ – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least eight (8) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 8,000 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 25% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $300 per qualified service hour
  • 30 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $9,000
  • Estimated annual income: $468,000

Metal 金 jīn – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least eight (8) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 16,000 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 20% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $350 per qualified service hour
  • 35 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $12,250
  • Estimated annual income: $637,000

Water 水 shuǐ – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least eight (8) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 30,000 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 20% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • Earn $450 per qualified service hour
  • 40 allotted hours per week
  • Potential Weekly Income: $18,000
  • Estimated annual income: $936,000

Elamant Executive – The Service Level for a Sponsor who meets the following qualifications during any Performance Period:

  • Maintain an Active Membership
  • Developed at least eight (8) Personal Referrals who maintain Active Membership
  • Support at least 50,000 Team Members who maintain Active Membership, with no more than 15% of all such minimum number of Team Members allowed to be sourced from any one of the Personal Referrals.
  • During the immediately preceding Performance Period, the Elamant Executive maintained a Service Level of Water 水 shuǐ or higher.
  • We retain your services with a flat service retainer fee. Must report a minimum of 1 hour to qualify for a weekly deposit.
  • Potential Weekly Income: $38,462
  • Monthly Income: $166, 667
  • Estimated annual income: $2,000,000

 

Elamant Company Definitions and Terms

If there are any misunderstandings or confusion in any of the material or content provided by “Elamant”, or in any of the translated documents, then all interpretations and decisions related in any way regarding the Elamant Platform will be determined by Elamant International, LLC, in the officially recognized language of English in its sole and absolute discretion, including without limitation.

Sponsor – a Member who has made at least one personal new member enrollment.

Personal Referral – a Member who was personally enrolled by a “Sponsor”

Consultant – A Member that has qualified for “Founder” and met the ‘Service Level’ requirements of a Consultant and earns an hourly rate based on the services provided by the Consultant to Elamant.

Team – A Team is a group of Members associated with each individual Personal Referral consisting of all Team Members of all such Personal Referrals. Each Personal Referral will start a new and separate team.

Team Members – The total number of Members on the Team of the Personal Referral

Founder – Any Enroller that maintains an Active membership and has made a minimum of three (3) Personal Referrals all with ‘Active’ membership status.

Service Level – The “Service Level” is the rank or position at which the Consultant qualifies during any given Performance Period.

Performance Period – The “Performance Period” is a calendar week from Sunday to Saturday, beginning on Sunday 00:00 am PST and ending Saturday 11:59 pm PST.

Allocated Hours – The “Allocated Hours” is the total number of hours allowed to each Consultant for a Performance Period. These hours are based on the number of Active Team Members in the prior Performance Period.

Hourly Rate – The “Hourly Rate” is an amount payable to each Consultant for providing at least one hour of support, education/training, or other beneficial services to his or her Team Members. The amount is determined by Elamant based on the Consultant’s experience, workload, expertise, and Service Level. This ranges from $20 USD per hour and up.

Actual Hours – “Actual Hours” refers to the number of hours worked and recorded by each Consultant during a Performance Period, which shall not exceed the number of Allocated Hours for such Performance Period.

E-Pass – The “Enrollment Pass” (E-Pass) is a unique digital code that is used for the purposes of Enrolling a new member. This code may be generated from the Data Points wallet, the E-Wallet, or transferred from member account to member account. The E-Pass is worth the full value of the Elamant membership enrollment ($99USD)

R-Pass – The “Renewal Pass” (R-Pass) is a unique digital code that is used for the purposes of Renewing a membership. This code may be generated from the E-Wallet or transferred from member account to member account. The R-Pass is worth the full value of the Elamant membership renewal ($99USD)