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How Partner Commissions Work

Details about how and when you can obtain your commissions

Pavel Kuba avatar
Written by Pavel Kuba
Updated over a week ago

If you’re reading this then you most likely already know that Angelcam issues its partners a 10% commission from every payment their customers make. What you may not know is how to get started and that’s why we’ve prepared this brief guide to help cover the basics of earning money with Angelcam. 

There are two ways to get started:

  1. Create a user account for your customer directly from you partner portal: To learn more about how to do this, have a look at our article How to Create Customer Accounts. You can charge your customer directly, and we’ll provide you with 10% commission from every payment.

  2. Promote Angelcam services via online & offline marketing communications: When you join our partner program, we will provide you with marketing materials, such as offline promotional cards, a unique landing page with your company logo, a 5% discount coupon for your customers, and unique URLs. Each of those allows us to track every user's activity, identifying your customer and ensuring you obtain your commissions. 

Commission payout is issued upon request when you reach a minimum of $200. At that time, feel free to send us an invoice issued to "Angelcam sales commissions" containing your PayPal account information. We will process the payment within 14 days.

Lastly, to help provide oversight on the performance of your efforts and the subsequent commissions, we’re currently hard at work on implementing a system of performance reports that will be distributed and accessible from your partner portal. Until that time, partners are always able to discuss their specific questions and commissions with us via our Live Chat or email:

If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out to us at any time!


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