Here are some common questions we get asked about our affiliate program. Check if your question is answered here or contact us with any other questions.
01 // How do I make money as an affiliate/rep?
Via spreading the word about The Collection to your friends, family, colleagues, clients …really anyone who will listen. You will give your unique code out with catalogues and via any social media channels. This code will record any sales from your customers, you will then receive 20% of the sales in commissions.
02 // Does it cost money to become an affiliate?
There are no charges to become an affiliate and no minimum sales requirements. We do however invest a fair bit of money to creating our seller packs so for future catalogue drops we will only be distributing to active sellers.
03 // How long does an affiliate tracking cookie last?
The tracking cookie will last for 30 days, meaning that if a visitor logs in with your referral code, you will be credited with any purchases they make within the next 30 days. After the 30 days have passed your customers will be prompted to re-enter using your code.
04 // How do I get paid and how often?
Credits to your Affiliate account are accumulated and paid out once a month.
Payments are made into your Paypal account.
05 // How can I track the commissions that I have received?
You need to login to your account and go the affiliate area of the website. Here you can see the balance of any commissions you have made and how many visitors have logged in with your referral id.
06 // Where can I see my payouts?
Login to your account and your payments can be viewed on the Payment History tab in your affiliate area.
07 // I need more catalogues
Sure thing, send an email to email@example.com requesting how many more you would like and we will post them out.
08 // Do I have to pay income tax on commissions made?
This will be different for each seller. Please chat with your individual accountants if you can declare the commissions as a hobby or if you need to include the commissions as taxable income.