The Payout Process

RideShare can put you onto a real road to financial freedom …

As we maintain the lowest fares for passengers across the state, we launch city-by-city. The first 500 RideShare Drivers can register without an Invite Code. This makes it possible for you to be at the top of a revenue sharing network because after that first 500, only with an Invite Code from an existing RideShare Driver can a new registrant complete their registration for that city. You can grow your network and income as large as you want starting on day one.

A percentage of revenue from participating drivers in your four tier downline is paid to you weekly for as long as they are actively providing service.

To be eligible to receive the commissions from your downline of drivers, you must provide the RideShare service for a required number of part-time hours each week. As the number of your direct recruits goes up, the required hours for receiving your commission goes down until it reaches zero. 

And daily, you will always receive 70% of the gross fare per transaction as soon as the charge is processed.

Drivers’ 5% Revenue Sharing Plan

How it all works:

  • IBO/ You recruit Driver 1.
  • You earn 2.25% as commission from your 1st tier downline, Driver 1.
    • RideShare receives the 2.75% that remains.

 

  • Driver 1 recruits Driver 1a to become a member of the platform.
  • Driver 1 earns 2.25% as commission from their 1st tier, Driver 1a.
  • You earn 1.5% as commission from your 2nd tier, Driver 1a.
    • RideShare receives the 1.25% that remains.

 

  • Driver 1a recruits Driver 1b to become a member of the platform.
  • Driver 1a earns 2.25% as commission from their 1st tier, Driver 1b.
  • Driver 1 earns 1.5% as commission from their 2nd tier, Driver 1b.
  • You earn 0.8% as commission from your 3rd tier, Driver 1b.
    • RideShare receives the 0.45% that remains.

 

  • Driver 1b recruits Driver 1c to become a member of the platform.
  • Driver 1b earns 2.25% as commission from their 1st tier, Driver 1c.
  • Driver 1a earns 1.5% as commission from their 2nd tier, Driver 1c.
  • Driver 1 earns 0.8% as commission from their 3rd tier, Driver 1c.
  • You earn 0.45% as commission from your 4th tier, Driver 1c.
    • RideShare receives the 0% that remains.

How it all works:

  • You recruit Driver 1.
  • You earn 2.25% as commission from your 1st tier downline, Driver 1.
    • RideShare receives the 2.75% that remains.

 

  • Driver 1 recruits Driver 1a to become a member of the platform.
  • Driver 1 earns 2.25% as commission from their 1st tier, Driver 1a.
  • You earn 1.5% as commission from your 2nd tier, Driver 1a.
    • RideShare receives the 1.25% that remains.

 

  • Driver 1a recruits Driver 1b to become a member of the platform.
  • Driver 1a earns 2.25% as commission from their 1st tier, Driver 1b.
  • Driver 1 earns 1.5% as commission from their 2nd tier, Driver 1b.
  • You earn 0.8% as commission from your 3rd tier, Driver 1b.
    • RideShare receives the 0.45% that remains.

 

  • Driver 1b recruits Driver 1c to become a member of the platform.
  • Driver 1b earns 2.25% as commission from their 1st tier, Driver 1c.
  • Driver 1a earns 1.5% as commission from their 2nd tier, Driver 1c.
  • Driver 1 earns 0.8% as commission from their 3rd tier, Driver 1c.
  • You earn 0.45% as commission from your 4th tier, Driver 1c.
    • RideShare receives the 0% that remains.

For the weekly commission eligibility, the following table shows the number of required online hours per the number of Drivers recruited:

                       HOURS REQUIRED
# of Drivers Recruited
*Veterans & Academics
All Others
0 – 9
10
20
10 – 19
8
15
20 – 29
6
10
30 – 39
4
5
40+
0
0
*Since we hold in esteem the commitment of Veterans and Academics, such as teachers and students, the required hours for establishing commission eligibility are greatly reduced.

The Financial Breakdown

Let’s use $100 as an example:

$100 earned – 30% deduction = $70 net

 

The 30% deduction breakdown:

5% = tiered payout
25% = RideShare deduction

 

Upline commissions for a Driver from Downline:

1st tier: $100 x 2.25% = $2.25
2nd tier: $100 x 1.5% = $1.50
3rd tier: $100 x 0.8% = $0.80
4th tier: $100 x 0.45% = $0.45

 

*In this example, if one person from each tier makes $100, then the Driver at the top of the Upline receives $5 as a commission from their 4 tier Downline. If the commission eligibility requirement is not met during the work week, then the commission is passed to RideShare.

For launch details: CLICK HERE 

The Financial Breakdown

Let’s use $100 as an example:

$100 earned – 30% deduction = $70 net amount

The 30% deduction breakdown:

5% = tiered payout

25% = RideShare deduction

Upline commissions for a Driver from Downline:

1st tier: $100 x 2.25% = $2.25

2nd tier: $100 x 1.5% = $1.50

3rd tier: $100 x 0.8% = $0.80

4th tier: $100 x 0.45% = $0.45

*In this example, if one person from each tier makes $100, then the Driver at the top of the Upline receives $5 as a commission from their 4 tier Downline. If the commission eligibility requirement is not met during the work week, then the commission is passed to RideShare.

For launch details: CLICK HERE 

Definitions

The 2 Main Components

Upline – The person or business entity that is recruiting and establishing a network is the Upline and receives percentage earnings from their Downline.

Downline – The people that have been recruited are the Downline and pay a percentage of their earnings to the Upline members.

Income Disclosure

The Drivers’ 5% Revenue Sharing Plan is an exciting opportunity that rewards you for selling services and for sponsoring other participants who do the same. Although the opportunity is unlimited, individual results will vary depending on commitment levels and sales skills of each participating Driver.

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