Performance Club is the engine that drives your LegalShield business. Below you can reference how to qualify, earn points, earn rewards as well as earn trips and find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Performance Club.
Earn 80 points for a new recruit or a reinstated recruit who has been dropped for over 5 years and has a new membership or a reinstated membership that was cancelled over 5 years. A new recruit can have the IDShield membership in licensed states to issue PC Points; non-licensed states require a legal plan to issue PC Points.
PC Reboot cannot be used for the last month of the quarter towards trip qualification.
Click here to hear LegalShield CEO Jeff Bell break down the New Performance Club Program enhancements.
New Program FAQs
Q: Will there be carryover in new program?
A: Yes. Up to 180 points can carry over to following month.
Q: If I place my new recruit, who gets the PC points, the placing associate or sponsoring associate?
A: The intent is to reward the activity of the person doing the actual recruiting so the points would be awarded to the placing associate.
Q: How does retention apply to the new Performance Club?
A: Bonuses are paid based on minimum rolling 12-month retention metrics. Freedom bonuses are based on Personal retention. Trips are based on Organizational retention. Current minimums are 77% but will adjust over time based on company performance. Changes, if any, will be announced during previous quarter.
Q: Do reinstated members generate new PC points?
A: Yes. If they meet the established reinstatement criteria. See Success Guide for further details.
Q: If I enrolled a member in a legal plan (or an Identity theft plan) 3 years ago, and today I recruit that member and enroll them in an IDShield plan (or a legal plan). Will I earn 80 PC points?
A: Yes. adding a new plan counts as a new membership.