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Have you ever wanted to be a personal shopper? This is something that Melinda had talked about many many times in the past and now there is a totally free program that allows you to recommend Sears products and services to your friends and family with the potential to earn a commission based on those recommendations.

If you want to become a Personal Shopper by Shop Your Way you can sign up HERE for free. Once you are all signed up you can then invite friends and family to become clients and you then begin earning commission on items and services that you recommend.

You’ll earn 1% commission on all qualifying purchases made by your clients. If you have 20 or more clients who make a purchase you are eligible to earn an additional 1% commission as long as your client uses their Shop Your Way Rewards membership number when purchasing online or in a store.

This is on “My Wish List” catalog

In my opinion the Personal Shopper by Shop Your Way is a win win for everyone involved. It’s really easy to create a wish list for all to see and I have actually created a “My Wish List” catalog in the hopes that Melinda or a family member might get me something off of it for Christmas. I also created a “Things I Have” catalog so that my friends and family are able to see just in case they are interested in buying the same item that I already own which would earn me a commission so like I said it would be a win for me and a win for my friends and family.

Remember the Personal Shopper by Shop Your Way is totally FREE so be sure to sign up today so that you can begin earning a commission.

This is a sponsored post but the opinions in this post are my own!!!!

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