A Decision: Utility Warehouse Pay
Utility Warehouse Partners have all made the same decision. We have all signed the form or clicked the “sign up now” button and we all have the same opportunity.
About 40,000 people in the UK have done the same. It sounds a lot but it’s a tiny proportion of the adult population. Of those 40k about 8000 have actually built their business and are receiving Utility Warehouse pay. Of those 8000 about 600 are significantly successful and have achieved their Utility Warehouse mini.
Having been in this business for 5 years I was pretty embarrassed a few months ago to watch those around me picking up their mini and enjoying reduced financial pressure because of thier consistent effort.
On 10th February this year I had surgery to remove my tonsils. It is not pleasant at any age, but it is particularly risky above the mid 20’s. On 11th February I made a decision to qualify for my Utility Warehouse mini. It was possibly the worst time in the past 5 years to make that decision and the timing is never right. I just decided. With a searing pain in my throat, I made call after call after call. I hit 700 minutes on the phone in my first 5 days. By 13th February I had sent the email to head office requesting my mini. It arrives next month.
It is easy to make excuses not to do this business. “I’m tired”, “I’m in pain”, “I’m busy”, “I don’t want to lose time with my children”… I have used them all but the cold hard truth is that we would not have the roof over our heads right now if it were not for the income that I have built up over the past 5 years. This week I have been out on appointments almost every night. Was it tough? Yes. Did I enjoy it? Not as much as being at home with my kids. Is it worth it? Damm right.
Utility Warehouse Pay
Last month I picked up £3000 in share options for work I did 4 years ago. That was on top of the gathering bonus and the cvc that Utility Warehouse pay for those customers every month. This month we have enrolled our eldest son into a private school. Not to be snobby but because it’s our only real option. We could only do this because of our Utility Warehouse pay.
Make your decision today, make the right one for you.
You can get more information on the Utility Warehouse business opportunity here: Utility Warehouse pay
Jan 31, 2015 @ 10:20:29
Hiya Jonathan, my aunty is a distributor and is signing my mum up as a distributor; my aunty is also signing me up as a distributor and referring me to my mum. So I just have a few questions please:
Does that mean when I get customers, my mum will earn and so as my aunty?
How many customers do I need to get a month, and how long do they have to be customers for me to start earning commission?
How much would I earn if have a distributor under my belt?
So just a little bit confused 🙁
Feb 01, 2015 @ 11:32:56
Thanks for your message & great to hear that you and your mum are signing up as Utility Warehouse distributors!
Yes, when you get customers, both mum & your aunty will receive standard upline commission which is (very approximately) 10% of your commission rate – since you gathered the customers, not them.
You start earning CGB (the one off sign up bonus you get when someone becomes a customer) from day 1. The CVC (ongoing commission that you get each month when your customers pay their bills) is paid after you hit 6 customers and each month as long as you gather a customer a month (until you hit 50 and then it is locked in). Read my FAQ pages for more info this. You might also find this blog post helpful:
Hope that helps & best of luck with your Utility Warehouse business!
Feb 12, 2015 @ 21:05:20
Hi Jonathan I joined did the training 2 weeks back, I have posted neighbours letters and no replays or lots of no,s. What’s your scrip when hitting phones to people you don’t know and what’s the best time to do the calls?
Feb 12, 2015 @ 22:48:47
Thanks for your message and great to hear you are taking advantage of the Utility Warehouse business opportunity!
I don’t cold call at all for my Utility Warehouse business. If you have exhausted your warm list (which I doubt if you only joined 2 weeks ago) then my recommendation is to visit your local BNI group – that is the best way to get qualified warm introductions to people open minded about saving money on their utility bills. See this blog post:
Good luck building your business!
Jul 19, 2020 @ 10:11:42
I joined 20 years ago and could not sign up a soul despite the huge money saving opportunity for customers and free phone calls to people who sign up for UW, can not believe that there is still anyone else left to sign up, this deal is so impressive and yet after all this time UW has not fulfilled it’s potential.
Jul 20, 2020 @ 06:39:03
Indeed – just recently I have been working with a distributor who signed up 4 weeks ago – right in the middle of lockdown. She has signed 16 customers already! Quite the superstar.
UW still only have less than 2% of the UK market – loads of opportunity 🙂