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Diamond 1 – 720PVS….Platinum is automatic Diamond 1 or accumulated pvs of 720 will make you Diamond 1.

Diamond 2 – 1680PVS…. VIP is automatic Diamond 2 or accumulated pvs of 1680 will make you Diamond 2.

Diamond 3 – * 3600PVS

  • Must have at least two Diamond 2s on two of your legs*

Diamond 4 – *15,000PVS

  • Have at least two Diamond 3s on two of your legs* Incentive :Travel Incentive Points*

Diamond 5 – *75,000PVS
*Have at least two Diamond 4s on two of your legs* Incentive :Travel Incentive points*

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Diamond 6 – *225,000PVS
*Have at least two Diamond 5s on at least two of your legs. Car Incentive Points*

Diamond 7 – *450,000PVS
*Have 3 Diamond 5s on each of your 3 legs* Free Educational Scholarshipto peruse first degree programme &
House Incentives Points accumulated.

1 Star Director : *1.5million PVS

  • Have Diamond 6s on each of your 3 legs* Free House worth $150,000 + Star Director Incentive Bonus.

2 Star Director : 3.75million PVS + 3 D7s on 3 different legs.

3 Star Director : 9 million PVS + 1 Star Director on 3 different legs.

4 Star Director : 20Million PVS + 3 SD2s on 3 different legs.

5 Star Director : 60Million PVS + 3 SD3s on 3 different legs.

☆☆☆☆☆ 5 Star Director is the highest ranks in this company.

Take Note! From Diamond 3 going is a bit technical. You must have Diamond 2 on each legs to make you Diamond 3 and so on up to Diamond 6.

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From Diamond 7 you need three legs with Diamond 5 on each legs with a total pvs of 450,000PVS

1 Star Director you need three legs with Diamond 6 on each legs with a total pvs of 1.5million PVS and that applies to 2 Star Director to 5 Star Director.

So you can have the total pvs but if your legs are not balanced your rank will not reflect. Also you can balanced the legs but if the total pvs required for that rank is not up to your New rank will not reflect.

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