Refer and Earn!
Earn 5% or more commission for every person you refer that becomes a FinGlobal client. Register and become a FinGlobal Ambassador today!
How does it work?
Register and become a FinGlobal Ambassador today!
Register for the programme on our website. It’s quick and easy.
Start sharing your unique referral URL on your social media platforms.
Your referrals click on your unique URL and sign up for our services.
Earn 5% commission (on the client fee value) for every new referral that accepts our services.
What is FinGlobal’s Refer & Earn Programme?
It’s a chance for our affiliates, customers and employees to change lives and make money while they’re doing it. For every new client that signs up based on your personal recommendation of FinGlobal’s services, you’ll earn up to 5% commission.
How does the FinGlobal Refer & Earn Programme work?
We’ve launched a smart, convenient online platform that allows our ambassadors to send, track and monitor their referrals on a streamlined global dashboard. Here, you’ll be able to track your commissions, payouts, view your stats and select advertising content for sharing purposes.
Earning commission and making money online is as easy as updating your status on your social media pages. Sharing your unique referral URL on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn (or even email) and getting our message out there is your ticket to earning. Once someone has clicked your unique link and filled out the contact form, our team will be notified immediately. One of our expert financial consultants will be in touch with your referral for a free, no-obligations quote. You will receive 5% commission on every referral you make that turns into a FinGlobal client.
Who is the FinGlobal Ambassador Programme for?
If you’re already using our convenient financial emigration services, we want you to sign up. If you’re an employee or an affiliate company, we want you to sign up. If you know of South Africans living abroad who could benefit from our hassle-free crossborder financial solutions for the transfer of funds from South Africa, we want you to sign up.
In short, everyone knows a handful of South African expats living abroad. Help them to sort out their financial affairs back home by referring them to us, and it could turn into a tidy side hustle for you.
What services does FinGlobal offer?
If you know of South African expats overseas who want to turn their retirement annuities into cash and transfer their money abroad safely, all you need to do is send them our way and wait for us to send the commission your way, if they become a client.
We also offer –
– Financial Emigration
– Cash in and Transfer of South African Retirement Savings (before age 55)
– South African Tax Refunds
– Foreign Exchange
Three things you should know about the FinGlobal Refer & Earn Programme
- It’s different to other affiliate programmes because you’ll earn commission, not vouchers or credits. Payout is via EFT or PayPal, which means money. And who couldn’t use more money?
- It’s all done online using our secure dashboard, so it’s perfectly suited to individuals, employees or affiliate companies that would like to make extra money online, from home or on the side.
- There is no limit to the number of referrals you can send. In fact, the more, the better for your commission payout – the only limit is you!
So what are you waiting for? Register as a FinGlobal Ambassador, start spreading the word and earning commission today!
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