Inheriting a Distributorship

If an Associate dies or becomes incapacitated, his/her rights to commissions, bonuses, and Team Below, together with all Associate responsibilities, will pass to his/her successor(s). Upon death or incapacitation, the successor(s) must present the USANA Ethics and Education Department with the following:
  • Proof of death or incapacitation
  • Proof of succession
  • Grant of Probate, an Enduring Power of Attorney, copy of the Will, or letter from the next of kin or legal heir
  • Properly completed Associate Application and Agreement

You may inherit and retain another distributorship even though you currently own or operate a distributorship.

When an Associate account is transferred through a Transfer of Distributorship or succession, the new account owner is accepting the business as is. Thus, the Premier PaceSetter or Premier Platinum PaceSetter status or lack thereof, and anniversary date for qualification for PaceSetter or Platinum PaceSetter will remain the same after the transfer.

Last modified: October 8, 2020

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