* 89.2% of Zeek Rewards’ US based members are either ‘inactive’ or have failed to recruit at least two preferred customers.
* Of that 89.2%, 65.73% are inactive and the remaining 70% are active, but have failed to recruit two preferred customers. Pretty indicative of just how much importance is placed on preferred customers when you consider that every member of that 70% group have been active in Zeek Rewards for over 12 months.
* Membership wise for the 2011 year closing Zeek Rewards had 15,318 active members, making up just 34.22% of the total 44,763 registered memberbase.
Note that these are US-based affiliates, with the company choosing not to share its global memberbase statistics.
* Income wise not so surprising was the top average income bracket being the ‘Executive’ membership level, coming in at $10,310.
Executive Zeek Reward members are Diamond members who have at least 2 preferred customers underneath them. Diamond being the paid membership level that offers members the highest amount of VIP bids to give away per customer, it only follows that with most Zeek Rewards members participating in the investment scheme, that this bracket would have the highest average income.
* Senior Executives give them a run for their money (an average of $5,594) but there are almost four times as many Executives as there are Senior Executives.
* The average annual income for all affiliates worldwide in 2011 was $1076.24
* In 2011 64 % of all distributors worldwide received no income at all (65.73% in the US)
Download complete Zeek Rewards 2011 Annual Income statement