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MOL Account levels

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grp318

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Does anyone know the "levels" of MOL? I have a retail account and can purchase software and accessories at the retail price. I was looking into opening a reseller account and wondered the price difference over retail. I am currently getting a DBA and tax cert to make it official. Is a dealer out of the question if my sales are decent?

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N4DES

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There are no "levels" in MOL. What Motorola does is to tie the account to a contract that has a set discount level and that discount is good for everything that you have access to, with the exception of CPS.
 

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Spend $10,000 with Motorola in one year and you will get NSO pricing. This is how clowns like Wiscomm are able to resell parts and accessories without being dealers.

They show absolutely no loyalty to their "channel partners"
 

kenjicam

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There are no level that I know of for a standard MOL re-seller account.
Once you get your reseller account approved you'll see the pricing for list price, reseller, and your price in your catalog.

Your catalog will basically be the same and you still won't be able to order radios until you become an official channel partner.

Hope this helped.
 
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