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military waiver for coaches
My husband is an active duty marine. I was reading the coach handbook thing and I saw the waiver for active duty military.

"2.1.2 Waiver of Business Service Fee for Active Duty Military Coaches
Beachbody will waive the monthly Coach Business Service Fee for Coaches who are actively serving in
any branch of the United States military. In addition, newly enrolling Coaches who are actively serving at
the time of their enrollment as a Coach will be eligible to have their basic enrollment fees for the business
starter kit refunded. This waiver is available to one Beachbody Coach per actively serving military member
per household
In order for any Coach to request this waiver, the Coach must submit a copy of his or her military orders to
Coach Relations via fax or email (coachrelations@TeamBeachbody.com)."

I just wanted a few clarifications. Im not sure if anyone can help me. So the $40 kit and sign up fee would be refunded. And he wouldn't have to pay the $15 a month business fee?

Also, I was also wanted to clarify exactly what was needed to verify his active duty. I know it says military orders. But couldn't his military ID card verify the same information?

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RE: military waiver for coaches
5/7/12 10:55 AM as a reply to janema108.
If your husband is not currently a coach then he would not be charged the $40 sign up fee nor would he be charged the monthly fee after that for up to two years. I believe I've heard that the military ID has been used by others and been accepted.
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RE: military waiver for coaches
8/5/12 9:59 AM as a reply to bjwebs.
Where are the instructions for doing this?!
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RE: military waiver for coaches
8/5/12 2:27 PM as a reply to Netterz0087.
If you or your spouse is active-duty military, then you can have one coaches fees waived per household, meaning one of you would not have to pay the initial fee or monthly fee. If both of you become coaches, then one of you would have the fees waived and the other would have to pay the regular coaching fees (unless you're both active duty military).

Let me check with my wife on this. My father-in-law is active duty Coast Guard now, and my mother-in-law is interested in becoming a coach. My wife was checking with coach relations regarding exactly what paperwork is needed for this.
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RE: military waiver for coaches
8/9/12 12:18 PM as a reply to janema108.
Here for anybody that has any questions about the Military Coaches and what they need to do i will post all 3 links from the Fax Cover sheet, the Q&A and the Sign up
Q&A
Form.http://www.beachbodycoach.com/uploads/fckeditor/mdbody/File/downloads/military_coach_faq.pdf
Cover Sheet:
http://exiondev.com/users/scott/Beachbody/PDFs/TBB%20Coach%20App%20Fax%20Cover%20-%206.2011[1].pdf
Application From:
http://exiondev.com/users/scott/Beachbody/PDFs/TBB%20Coach%20App%20Fax%20Cover%20-%206.2011[1].pdf

Also remember that you do have a coach if you have any questions i would advice you to talk to him or her. If they are not helping you find an active coach that will help you and give you the right directions.

Joe
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