So you’re thinking of becoming a Kleeneze Distributor / Rep / Representative ?
The BIGGEST thing to note when looking into being a Kleeneze Distributor is that you would be joining an organisation where your target market DOES NOT NEED to buy those things. They are non-essential items. Most men and women will buy what they need, when they need it when they are out shopping. If anyone buys from a Kleeneze rep it is usually out of kindness. A lot of information will be found through social media and internet research.
The next problem is how you are seen in the eyes of the people you approach. You will be targeting your warm market – friends and family. You will get some sympathy purchases but you will then be seen as a pest. You’ll find that people will avoid you. They won’t pick up the phone in case you’re wanting them to buy Kleeneze products. Beware the temptation to bombard your facebook friends with Kleeneze products – you WILL be defriended!
Kleeneze Distributor Quotes
“My Kleeneze man says he will collect on Wednesday. I put the catalogue out for him. He doesn’t collect on Wednesday. By Friday it is a rain-sodden mess so I throw it in the bin. Saturday he comes to collect and is annoyed that I’ve chucked it. Week in, week out.”
“Kleeneze distributors have to pay for the catalogues. That’s why they get ratty when you’ve thrown them out.”
If you are considering joining Kleeneze as a distributor, you need to be aware of the following:
- You have to buy the catalogues.
- You will lose catalogues to bad weather, being ruined on purpose and not being returned.
- You have to package each catalogue.
- You need to print off lots of slips (such as when you are going to collect, missed delivery, missed collection).
- To get free delivery for goods, you need a minimum order value of £150, otherwise you will incur a delivery charge.
- There is an internet charge of £7.65 per month for you to order goods online.
- You will be responsible for delivery of the goods to your customers. You will find sometimes customers will not always be at home to deliver to.
- You will have to handle out of stocks and returned items.
- You may get pressured to go to meetings and events at a charge.
- You may get pressured to buying a voicemail service at a monthly charge.
- You may not get the average order of £1 per book, in many cases it is less.
- When servicing a built up ‘customer base’ you will most probably not get the £12 per book that is claimed.
- When looking to build a team, expect 1 in 10 to sign up.
- 9 in 10 of people you sign up will drop out very soon, most without placing any orders.
- Recruiting is an expensive activity, that takes extra time (you have to generate leads, arrange meetings, sign people up, help them out etc)
- After 3-5 years many people are still struggling to sustain a team and income.
- It is important to realise that the people looking to sponsor you are acting primarily in their own interests.
Read on to find out another way…
- You need to partner with a company that provides a real income paid into your bank account every month.
- You need to partner with a company that provides extreme good value services.
- A company that is regularly voted best provider by different organisations.
- MOST OF ALL – partner with an award-winning company where you can recommend products and services that people cannot do without – all 26.7 million households in the UK (2014).
- No more sympathy purchases, not earning what you should, hassling friends and family. getting hassle from an impatient upline sponsor..