LupaVita Brand Ambassador Program

We are starting a referral program/brand ambassador program where you can earn cash back. Many people with Lupus are on disability or are out of work! We want to help anyone with Lupus to gain some extra income! Please let us know if you are interested!

After working in the Lupus community for a few years now we realize that many people with Lupus are out of work and have trouble making extra income.

We would like to solve this problem and create an opportunity for anyone that may be struggling.

What does the Brand Ambassador Program entail?

  • You will have you own referral landing page with your own coupon code
  • This coupon can be shared by email and social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
  • Every time someone uses your coupon code you will be rewarded with $10, which will be sent to your PayPal account.
  • You will have a LupaVita Referral Candy account that we will have you set up, which will allow you to see how many people and who has been using your coupon code.
  • You will be rewarded with $10/per referral at the end of the month.

There is no limit of how many people you can refer.

Here at LupaVita we are here to spread love and compassion to all our customers and the Lupus community in general.  We are here to help you in any way possible and are here for you.

If you are interested in becoming a Brand Ambassador please reach out to us!  support@lupavita.com or 888-852-2102

 

Important: While successful for the majority of users, not all people respond to LupaVita™. If after 60 days you have not realized any of the benefit, please return your order for a refund under our guarantee. Because every lupus case is different, it is important to speak to you doctor before trying LupaVita™. If you have any questions please reach out to us at support@lupavita.com or speak to your physician or rheumatologist. LupaVita does not cure, treat, or prevent any disease. LupaVita™ is a multi-vitamin created to assist in the diet of someone diagnosed with Lupus.*

1. "Association of low vitamin D with high disease activity in an Australian systemic lupus erythematosus cohort." Lupus Sci Med 2015;2:e000064 DOI: 10.1136/lupus-2014-000064

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