Biggest TE Placement in August: $68,200!

Shree Kumar and Darcy Morgan have done it again! They’ve accounted for the biggest TE placement in a single month, that is.

The single month is August. The dollar amount of the placement they split was $68,200.

Biggest TE placement redux

This marks the second time that Shree and Darcy have won this award. They won it previously by splitting $68,224. (Apparently, right around $68,200 is their sweet spot. That’s exceptionally sweet.)

Shree and Darcy have made more than two split placements in Top Echelon Network, though. They’ve made a total of five. Those five splits commanded the following fees:

  • $68,224
  • $23,000
  • $43,600
  • $68,200
  • $11,700

That’s a total of $214,724 with just one split recruiting partner. That means when Shree and Darcy make a split, the average fee from that split is $42,944. That’s the kind of business relationship that you could get used to. And it appears as though Shree and Darcy already have.

So congratulations to this dynamic duo on making the biggest TE placement in August and for their continued profitable relationship!

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Largest Split Fee for August

Darcy Morgan of GoRecruitMe

Darcy Morgan

Shree Kumar of Max Populi, LLC

Shree Kumar

Shree Kumar of Max Populi, LLC and Darcy Morgan of GoRecruitMe

The position for this split placement was a Neurosurgery Senior Advisor. Shree was the job order recruiter and Darcy was the candidate recruiter.

The action that stimulated this split placement was listed as “Offline communication with another member.”

The fee for this split placement was $68,200.

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Top Echelon determines the monthly and quarterly winners of its Network split fee recruiting awards in four distinct categories:

1.) Recruiter of the Month
2.) Largest Split Fee of the Month
3.) Recruiter of the Quarter
4.) Largest Split Fee of the Quarter

We only announce the winners of these awards in The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog. We do so usually (but not always) in the issue following the conclusion of each month and/or quarter.

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