Ultion announces the launch of Ultion CashBack, an exclusive program that enables installers to earn 5% from the sale of any Ultion product to their customers for the next 12 months.

Ultion CashBack offers installers a unique opportunity to secure an ongoing income stream. By enrolling in the program, installers can earn 5% of the total sale amount for every Ultion product purchased by their customers, including extra keys, locks, trackable keys, smart locks and lubricant, or padlocks that work with the previously supplied key.

“When we heard about Ultion CashBack, we were excited about the opportunity it presented,” said Michael Dunne, at Gemini Windows. “It encourages us to sell more locks and keys and provides us with a chance to earn some money from it.”

Enrolling in Ultion CashBack is hassle-free. Each commission earned will be communicated via email, and installers will receive a monthly payment at the end of each month, conveniently deposited into their bank account. To monitor earnings easily, Ultion provides a user-friendly trade portal for installers to track their commissions effortlessly.

We are thrilled to introduce Ultion CashBack and provide installers with an opportunity to unlock a steady income stream,” said Nick Dutton, CEO at Ultion. “This program empowers installers to maximise their earnings and reinforces our commitment to building strong relationships.”

For more information about Ultion CashBack and how to enrol in the program, visit https://www.ultion-lock.co.uk/cashback/. Join the Ultion community today and start earning more with every sale!

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