Join our Affiliate Program
Thank you for visiting PRJON, we are delighted that you are interested in our Affiliate Program. Our program is an easy way to earn money simply by being stylish and social. In our program we provide our members with a special discount code for them to share among friends and followers. The discount code will give your followers 10% off.
Here’s how it works: For 30 days we will review the sales generated by your unique discount code. After this period is over, we will determine if your performance has qualified you to become a Top Tier Affiliate Member. Being a Top Tier Affiliate Member means that every sale from your unique discount code grants you a 10% commission, which we then will pay out every 30 days.
We welcome anyone to apply for the PRJON Affiliate program! But before the next step, we need to make sure you are eligible. To apply, you must:
Live in the United States or Canada
Speak English fluently
Be at least 18 years old
If accepted, you will be part of an initial contract period of 30 days in which we track how many sales you bring to PRJON. Depending on your performance, a different contract will be issued upon continuation.
All of the extra details will be finalized once you fill up the following PRJON Affiliate Program Sign Up Form
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By the end of the ‘80s, many companies had pulled their gel products from the market.