That is the question which I am asked many times. Because you are an Independent Avon Representative, once you have received the money from your customers and paid for the products you have been given, you then keep the remainder as your commission.
After you delivered your orders to your customers and collected all the money, you need to clear your Avon account balance. The money which you left after paid Avon that is your payment from Avon, your commission. Avon not paying on your bank account or send you a cheque. The size of your commission reduced by your return and the value of the products you purchase for yourself. You need to pay in 13 days, the payment needs to be with Avon before you place your next order.
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How can I pay Avon?
Nothing is easier. You just need to check the second page of your invoice and pay the total under “Please pay Avon”.
You can use the payment slip at the bottom of the page and pay by cash at the Post Office. In that case, you need to ask the clerk for your personal ID session number if it is not automatically provided to you. Keep the small part ”Giro slip 2” of the payment slip. That, together with the ID session number are proof that you have paid Avon. If you pay by cash the money will be with Avon in a day.
Through your bank
Another way to pay: pay the money you have collected from your customers into your bank account and at the same time write a cheque to Avon with the due amount. This payment will take 3-5 working days to clear.
Online through your business page
I think that is the easiest way and lots of Representatives prefer it. Just click on your page “My Account” and then “Account Balance” and fill the form and make a payment. You can even let Avon keep your card details so the next payment will be quicker and easier but I prefer to keep my details private. In case your card details change, and Avon keeps your details, you need to ask them to change it, too.