Adjusted Point Value

This rule states for all Vice President’s (VP: level 20) and higher that no more than half your point values (PV) can come from any 1 direct down-line VP leg.  The Adjusted Point Value (APV) is the amount of points used for the Super Base and Super Team total when this occurs.  This rule applies to VPs and higher.

Here is an example of when the APV Rule would apply:

  • You have: 20,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 40,000 points
  • Total Point Value (PV): 60,000 points
  • Divided in Half = 30,000 points

Since more than half the points are coming from one direct VP leg, the system performs a calculation and reduces the strong leg point value to half for your totals.

After

  • You have: 20,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 40,000 points
  • Total Point Value (PV): 60,000 points
  • Your Adjusted Point Value (APV) will be 50,000 points.

Another example of when the APV Rule would apply:

  • You have: 40,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 55,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 15,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 135,000 points
  • Total Point Value (PV): 245,000 points

Divided in Half = 122,500 points

As more than half the points are coming from one direct down-line VP leg, the system performs a calculation and reduces the strong leg point value to half.

After

  • You have: 40,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 55,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 15,000 points
  • Direct VP Leg: 122,500 points

Your Adjusted Point Value will be 232,500 points.

Important Note: APV total is the total reflected on The Company on-line and the Leaders Bulletin. This could be the reason it does not appear as though you are receiving full credit of your team points.

For additional reasons as to why you cannot add your Super Base or Super Team totals, please see “Why does it look like I’m not getting credit for all of my points”.