The Biggest Top Echelon Fee for March: $61,750!
It’s April 18! It’s Tax Day since the Internal Revenue Service gave us an additional day since their website blew up! Pay your taxes! (Wasn’t that nice of the IRS?)
But since we’re talking about money, why we talk about recruiter fees? And since we’re talking about recruiter fees, why don’t we talk about the biggest Top Echelon fee for the month of March?
Okay, you twisted my arm. Let’s talk about it. One of the recruiters involved in this split placement is no stranger to big fees. That recruiter is Pamela Ratz DeVille, CPC of the MMS Group.
Pamela has been associated with both the Largest Split Fee of the Month Award and the Largest Split Fee of the Quarter Award in the past. In other words, she makes big Network fees with regularity.
However, we are pleased to report that the Top Echelon fee listed below is her biggest one to date!
After paying the 6% brokerage fee to TE, both Pamela and Sharon Raymond received $29,022.50 for this placement. There are many full-fee placements that aren’t that big.
So when somebody says there’s no money in split placements, you can prove them wrong.
Congratulations to Pamela and Sharon for splitting this placement fee and splitting this award for the month of March!
(Psssst . . . don’t forget your taxes.)
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Largest Top Echelon Fee for March:
Pamela Ratz DeVille, CPC of the MMS Group and Sharon Raymond of SE Raymond
The position for this split placement was a Chief Medical Director. Pamela was the job order recruiter and Sharon was the candidate recruiter.
The action that stimulated this split placement was listed as “Offline communication with a member.”
The fee for this split placement was $61,750.
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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.