Five questions to ask before you join Utility Warehouse
Join Utility Warehouse as a Distributor
Change is scary. But without it, you’ll never realise your true earning potential.
And the likely reason you’re on this page right now is because you want to take the first step in that journey, but need to do your research first. Well, you’ve come to the right place. If you want to join Utility Warehouse as a distributor, there are five key questions that you need to consider:
1. How much money can I make?
Predictably, there’s no one answer for this question. I personally make just over £400 per month. This is after four years of working two to four hours per week, building up my customer base. Recently, I celebrated my 100th personal customer. Utility Warehouse distributor earnings are directly linked to the effort that the effort put in.
There are distributors who joined Utility Warehouse after me who have achieved more than I have. The elegance of this business is that your earnings are directly related to your effort, you really are your own boss! The truth is that if you are prepared to work diligently and consistently, you will be rewarded. Once you have built up a customer base, you will keep getting paid on their accounts every month.
2. I have a full time job. How easy is it to perform my role as distributor at the same time?
Joining Utility Warehouse as a distributor is becoming a popular method for extra household income, as many enterprising individuals are discovering. Your role as distributor is designed to fit around your own time, so you’re in control and decide your own level of participation. People from all walks of life are able to get the most from this opportunity and still have enough personal time to enjoy the rewards.
3. Is Utility Warehouse reputable?
Well, it’s been named the UK’s best energy provider by Which? magazine many times and is owned by Telecom Plus plc, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange. It’s licensed by energy regulator Ofgem, regulated by Ofcom and so far over 320,000 homes and small businesses have joined Utility Warehouse as customers. Then there’s the feedback from Utility Warehouse customers. In a recent survey, 94 percent said they would recommend the company’s utility services to family and friends. That’s part of the success of Utility Warehouse: the power of word of mouth.
4. What exactly am I expected to do?
To become a distributor, you sign up with an existing distributor. There‘s a £100 joining fee, which is refunded if you recruit 3 good quality (4 service) customers in your first 60 days. You’ll earn a bonus of up to £40 for every customer signed up. For example, £20 for a 4 service customer, typically taking gas, electricity, telephone and broadband. You also earn a monthly income based on how much your customers spend on the services they take. In addition, when you introduce other distributors to the business, you earn a smaller amount of commission on what their customers spend as well.
5. What difference will it make to my life?
Now, this is an important question to ask. And the answer? It’s completely up to you.
If times are lean financially, it could mean that you’re able to pay off your debts while at the same time being able to afford those day-to-day luxuries that you may have been depriving yourself, such as new clothes or family days out.
The way you approach the Utility Warehouse business opportunity and your role as a distributor will help you make that change: your enthusiasm and tenacity is integral to the amount of money you make.
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