What they are and how you get them.
Let us examine how a 2-4 group works.
2-4 groups are a very important concept in the PPEC because all bonuses, pools and other benefits depend on the 2-4 groups.
So, how do members get points for a 2-4 group?
Suppose this young lady joins and invites a doctor and a flight attendant.
These become her first 2 children.
Both the doctor and the flight attendant invite 2 of their own children.
This creates a total of 4 grandchildren for the lady.
2 children and 4 grandchildren equals 1 point for the lady.
In another example, let us suppose she once again invites the doctor and flight attendant.
But this time, the doctor only invites 1 customer while the flight attendant invites 3 customers.
Again the lady has 2 children and 4 grandchildren. She still receives 1 point in this example.
In another example, the young lady could a doctor and a flight attendant for the same 2 children.
But in this case, the flight attendant invites 4 customers and the doctor invites no one.
The young lady still has 2 children and 4 grandchildren which also equals 1 point.
Here is a table revealing how many points you can receive for multiple 2-4 Groups.
When you invite 2 children and they invite 4 grandchildren you receive 1 point.
When you invite 4 children and they collectively invite 8 grandchildren. . . you receive 2 points.
And so on, with 6 children and 12 grandchildren you receive 3 points.
8 children and 16 grandchildren qualifies you for 4 points.
10 children and 20 grandchildren qualifies you for 5 points.
This is a never-ending cycle that can go indefinitely.
That is how a 2-4 grouping qualifies you for points.
NOTICE – We sometimes award special points for specific actions, which can be very valuable. As example, during the first three Phase pre-launch, we award 2 points for purchasing the Second Phase eBook and another 5 points for purchasing the Third Phase eBook. Someone would have to invite 14 children and 28 grandchildren (that’s paid customers) in the First Phase to equal this combined bonus.
Notice: Please seek professional tax and legal advice in your country on the implications of potential digital earnings, especially with our Equity Distribution Formula.