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Earn minimum upto 6.5 lacs in the first year with average Retailer acquisition of 750 units per year and CP acquisition @ 750 per year.


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Pool Wallet


For every Franchisee and the SF, herein referred to as CP (Channel Partner), we have a wallet provisioned. Every wallet would have two balances in them; one is the Available Balance and the other is the Clear Balance. This would be explained when we come retailer acquisitions.


Each CP has to deposit a sum not less than Rs. 1000/- to start with and maintain a minimum balance of Rs. 7080 which is equivalent to subscription amount of 10 Cards in their wallets. In case this amount reduces to below this amount, the CP (including your retail chain) will not be able to upload the created cards. Uploading of Amounts into the wallet is a simple process and can be done online thru the web portal.


Pool Wallet Deductions and Credits


The Pool Wallet as stated above will hold a minimum of Rs. 7080/- in it at any given point of time.


Direct Acquisitions: In case of direct acquisitions the CP get 25% of the margins.Whenever an individual user is acquired, the user will pay to the CP a sum of Rs. 708/- (per annum charges @ Rs. 600/- Plus 18% ST Rs. 108. The invoice to the user will be issued directly by ATPL and therefore the entire amount of ST will be deducted from the pool of the CP. ATPL will also deduct a sum equivalent to Rs. 600/- minus the commission amount from the pool. Eg


Each CP has to deposit a sum not less than Rs. 1000/- to start with and maintain a minimum balance of Rs. 7080 which is equivalent to subscription amount of 10 Cards in their wallets. In case this amount reduces to below this amount, the CP (including your retail chain) will not be able to upload the created cards. Uploading of Amounts into the wallet is a simple process and can be done online thru the web portal.


CP Pool Amount Available Balance Rs. 10000/-
User pays Rs. 708/-
ATPL deducts from Pool Rs. 558/-
Net commission to CP @ 25% Rs. 150/-
Net Available Balance Rs. 9442/-
Net Clear Balance Rs. 9442/-


Now let’s say the CP acquires a corporate account and the corporate subscribes for 10 users. In this case the CP will create the corporate account from the Demo route. The corporate will then log into its account and make the payment to ATPL. In this case the corporate would pay Rs. 7080/- directly to ATPL (Note this amount does not get deducted from the CP pool.) Once the amount is credited, the sum of Rs. 1500/- would be credited to the CP’s Pool Wallet as below.


CP Pool Amount Available Balance Rs. 9442/-
Net commission to CP @ 25% Rs. 1500/-
Net Available Balance Rs. 10942/-
Net Clear Balance Rs. 10942/-


Retailer Acquisition: Please note that for all Retailer acquisitions and direct online acquisitions the Retailer gets 20% margin and the CP get a 5% margin. In case of Retailer acquisitions, the retailer collects the cash / cheque from the user and then deducts 20% out of the base rate ie. Rs. 120 out of Rs. 708/-, and passes on 588/- to the CP.


In case Retailer acquires direct users, he will upload the cards after creating them. After two day of such uploads the due amounts will be debited to the CP’s wallet. Here let’s say two retailers have uploaded 1 card each on 5th of this month. Before every upload the system will check the Available Balance(10942/-). From this a sum of (708+708)1416/- will be put in hold. Thus the net balance of Rs. 10942/- minus 1416/- equals Rs. 9526/- will become the Clear Balance. After two days ie on the 8th of the month the sum of Rs. 1416/- would be debited to the CP balance. Each CP would however, come to know which retailers have uploaded the cards and it is the responsibility of the CP to ensure that the required amounts get collected from the Retailer. Eg below


On 5th of the month/-
CP Pool Amount Available Balance Rs. 10942/-
ATPL holds from Pool Rs. 1416/-
Net commission to CP @ 5% Rs. 0/-
Net Available Balance Rs. 10942/-
Net Clear Balance Rs. 9526/-


On 8th of the month
CP Pool Amount Available Balance Rs. 10942/-
ATPL deducts from Pool Rs. 1416/-
Net commission to CP @ 25%(20+5) Rs. 300/-
Net commission to CP @ 25%(20+5) Rs. 300/-
Net Clear Balance Rs. 9826/-


Transaction History


Each CP has the option of checking his transactions from the Transactions History. Based on the above example the following would be seen.


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Revenue Streams and Commissions


The Current Revenue Streams and Commission Rates Valid till 31st March 2018 are as below. 1. Visiting Card Subscription –@ 600/- plus 18% Taxes per user per annum - Chargeable 2. Digital Media Subscription - @ 500/- plus 18% Taxes per Business Per month – Currently FREE


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*Expected Revenue from One single Business is approx 6600 per annum with Digital platform Revenue as against the current 600 fromt the card subscription. Which is 10 times the Revenue.