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Ruby Lane provides many programs to lower your fees.

Ruby Lane Referral Program
Refer a New Shop to Ruby Lane
  • Receive an account credit of $100!
We realize Ruby Lane shop owners know of other quality dealers that would be an asset to the site, and we appreciate shops utilizing the Shop Referral program.

When they request to open, each new shop owner is asked: "Who referred you?" The referred shop must input your shop's name or nickname at the time they request to open in order for your shop to get the credit, so please be sure they have it when referring them.

NOTE: This program is automated. We cannot accept requests for Referral Bonus after a shop has opened - there are no exceptions. An existing shop is ineligible to receive referral credit for opening a second shop. A credit is issued at the time the referred shop is approved and opened on the site.

The Make a Referral credit entry is only available to new shop owners on Ruby Lane. Returning shops, or previous shop owners opening new shops, are ineligible.


The Ruby Lane Get Paid to Blog Program

The "Get Paid to Blog" program has been discontinued. The advertising funds which have supported this program will be used to increase Ruby Lane's Online Google Adwords budget. We anticipate an increase in site traffic and ultimately sales by making this change.
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Created: 2007-02-13 12:24 PM
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