You can change your payout information by going to your profile settings in your Aversity account. You can change your Paypal email or choose a different type of payout.
If you need help with recovering your password, You can reach use the login form to easily reset your password.
If you need help recovering your username, you can contact support and ask for your username. If you need to recover your username or even password through our support team, you need to provide your account email and the 4 digits of the card used to purchase one of the programs you own.
Per our terms of service, Aversity subscription is a non-refundable purchase. You may cancel your account anytime from your account settings page.
Yes, you will still be able to access your account, your affiliate account and the free courses in our course library.
You can log in using the username and password you created upon your purchase. If you’ve forgotten your username and password and need help recovering it, visit the login page and use the form to recover your password, or contact support for help.
Aversity pays its partners twice a month, once on the 15th of the month and once on 29th or 30th, depending on the month, assuming you reach the minimum payout amount of $300.
You will get paid on the closest payday, 30 days after making the initial commission or the commission that pushed your account balance to the minimum $300 payout. For example, if you earned a commission on February 11th, you will receive it on March 15th payout, or if you make a commission on April 28th, you will receive the payout on May 30th.
In order to calculate the payout day, add 30 days to the day you earned the commission and choose the closest payout day to the result.
The minimum payout is $300. If you don’t reach this amount on the Payday, your commissions will be held until you reach the minimum payout amount.
Aversity accepts a limited number of articles every month by its users. You can simply contact our support team for more details regarding publishing requirements and our publisher program, but here are some basics:
- Articles must be about business or personal development niche
- We don’t allow affiliate links inside articles, only links to useful websites, services or Aversity affiliate links.
- Articles must be at least 700 words
- and your article must be unique and well written (we check for both using our tools and in house copywriting tools)
After you’re approved for the first time, we provide you with a writer account, which allows you to publish articles on Aversity with ease in the future.
Aversity contractors will help our company to accomplish tasks or troubleshoot anything related to our websites, products, sales process and especially, our mastermind events. Once in a while, a project comes up that requires a massive amount of work. In these times, we contact our contractors and offer them these tasks or jobs. Aversity contractors aren’t employees since positions are mostly temporary and the employment period will end after the task or project is completed.
If you’d like to be on our contractor list to get a job when the opportunity comes, please contact our support team for more information.
Aversity’s employment requirements may vary based on the position we’re offering. Most of the positions we offer are skill-based and don’t require a college or university degree.
Please read the career list for more details on each available position…