# The MiVeda Plan Pays More

The MiVeda Compensation Plan was designed to pay MiVeda distributors more by achieving two main objectives:

• Rewarding new distributors with income quickly; and
• Rewarding established distributors with enormous amounts of long term income.

To achieve these objectives, we developed the MiVeda Compensation Plan as a powerful “Hour Glass” plan.

The hypothetical model below illustrates why the Hour Glass plan is so powerful and why our plan pays its distributors more.

In this model, please assume everyone introduces 5 people into MiVeda and this happens in all 6 levels. Also assume the minimum monthly product requirement of purchases of 4000INR has been met

The number of people sponsored below you would be:

Level 1 = 5
Level 2 = 25
Level 3 = 125
Level 4 = 625
Level 5 = 3125
Level 6 = 15625

You would get (in INR) per MONTH

 Level 1 = 5 x 12.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 2,400 Level 2 = 25 x 6.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 6,000 Level 3 = 125 x 4.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 20,000 Level 4 = 625 x 3.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 75,000 Level 5 = 3125 x 5.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 6,25,000 Level 6 = 15625 x 7.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 43,75,000

So the your total monthly income is Rs. 51,03,400

This is over 51 Lacs Rupees per month and that is before any pooled bonus or car bonuses have been added to your MONTHLY income.

However, consider this. What if we do NOT pay in an “hour glass” arrangement? What if we did not pay 7% at the 6th level, but rather 12% on level one, 7% on levels two, 6% on three, 5% on level 4 and 4% on levels 5 and 3% on level 6? This is the traditional payment in a unilevel plan.

 Level 1 = 5 x 12.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 2,400 Level 2 = 25 x 7.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 7,000 Level 3 = 125 x 6.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 30,000 Level 4 = 625 x 5.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 1,25,000 Level 5 = 3125 x 4.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 5,00,000 Level 6 = 15625 x 3.00% x Rs 4,000 = Rs 18,75,000

Your total monthly income is Rs. 25,39,400

The 'traditional' payment plan pays only about one half of the MiVeda “Hour Glass” Marketing Plan.

MiVeda wants to pay distributors more money which is why we use the Hour Glass Plan.