I see some people on Twitch have a section called “Commissions”. It’s kind of like a shop. So what does it mean?
You've might've heard of Vector Marketing before. Say what you say about them but I made OK money that winter break. They've sent me two letters asking for around $30 back from a 15% commission sale I made a while back. The contract—I'm considered an independent contractor; I'm back in school but I didn't break the contract when I left—doesn't have a section on what to do in case of customers' returns, so that's 1 thing. But the big gripe is that they're supposed to pay me $17 per appointment regardless of a sale or not, and I'm not happy about having to pay them back for work that I did and should collect on. I don't have a problem paying back the $13 in outstanding commission. Should I just write a check at that amount and include like a note? Edit: wow r/personalfinance rocks. Update for those who are interested; I think I found the coup de grace: This was my first sale on my second or 3rd day on the job, so I should have collected 10% on this sale, which is $18.5 (above the $17 minimum, so I got 18.5). But I just realized that they are trying to collect a 15% commission (185*.15=exact amount they want) that they didn't even pay me at the time! I got my promotion to 15% a few days later. I'm starting to believe everyone here saying there just trying to scare me into not doing the math. I'm still scared about it going to collections though
I saw a question similar to this in a thread yesterday and I can't find it to answer the guy so I figured I'd post a similar question here.
My top 3 are my BK9, Ka-Bar, ESEE Izula and my 940, it's a little run of the mill I know but I saved up for a long time for those and they mean a lot to me...
I see so many on Tumblr but no one seems to be open to be commissioned right now.
Or it might have something to do with the fact I want a dead Nug in mine, err.