As Amway business owners grow larger businesses, they break legs and these legs further grow and reach higher levels too. When a leg breaks away, the PGV from that leg no longer reflects on the upline’s business, however, the upline gets compensated through other ways, one of which is the FAA Credit points.
If an Amway business owner is registered and operates in Australia, then all their legs within Australia are their Domestic legs and if they have internationally sponsored someone in another country, say Singapore, then this business will constitute their international leg. If an Amway business owner registers a second business say in Malaysia, then this business will constitute a multiple business. Here below is the outlay of points for Domestic, International and Multiple Business legs:
Q12 Leg or Q12 VE1 leg = 1.0 FAA credits
Emerald bonus recipient leg = 1.5 FAA credits
Diamond bonus recipient leg = 3.0 FAA credits
An international leg that is qualified at 21% for 12 months will generate 0.5 FAA points to the international sponsor
For multiple businesses, FAA points are based solely on the qualification of the business itself and not any downline businesses.
No. 2 business with Q12 or Q12 VE1 = 1.0 FAA credits
No. 2 Emerald bonus recipient business = 1.5 FAA credits
No. 2 Diamond bonus recipient business = 3.0 FAA credits