Can anyone share information/opinions on this issue:
Getting up to Tier2 with a net revenue of more than 5000£/month, the 30% commission showing at the chart of 32redaffiliates.com webpage isn't quite accurate.
Let's say one earns 6000£ in one month,
They'll only get 25% of the first 5000£ and 30% from the part that goes over 5k.
So the commission would be:
0.25x5000 + 0,30x1000 = 1550£ instead of being 0,3x 6000 = 1800£ which actually means a 25,8% commission instead of 30%.
Even with 15000£/month it would mean a commission of 28,3% total.
I wasn't aware of this. I'm sure it's been there all the time but other programs tend to pay the whole amount based on the tier achieved instead of chopping it up.
I'm not accusing 32Red of anything. Would just appreciate of having a straight-forward example on their homepage showing the actual commission structure.
Looking at the chart now gives an idea that getting over 5k would mean 30% commission...it actually doesn't.
Which other programs have this kinda structure these days?