Recruitment Incentive Scheme
A reward system for members
Our collective strength is in our numbers – the larger the membership, the louder our voice. You can help build the NSWNMA by recruiting a member.
How the scheme works
Any financial member of the Association can become a recruiter and earn a $20 e-gift card for every member they recruit.
Once you have recruited 4 new members you will be entitled to an $80 e-gift card. For every new member you sign up after that, you will receive a $20 e-gift card.
Digital gift cards are emailed to recruiters at the end of financial year. E-gift cards are valid for 3 years. Gift cards are not deemed to be income for the purposes of taxation.
Rules, General Terms and Conditions
- Only financial members of the NSWNMA are eligible to participate in this recruitment incentive scheme (Associate Members ineligible to enter).
- Every new member’s application form must be accompanied by some form of payment – cheque, money order, direct debit, credit card authorisation form.
- Recruiter’s name and membership number must be written in the space provided on each new member’s application form.
- New recruits must remain as financial members for at least 3 months before being recognised by the scheme.
A person who enters a competition will be bound by these general terms and conditions, as varied from time to time, as well as the specific terms and conditions for that competition.
To the extent of any inconsistency, the specific terms and conditions for a competition will prevail over these terms and conditions.
NSWNMA reserves the right to vary these terms and conditions at any time and without notice.
Competitions are open to NSWNMA members only, excluding NSWNMA employees.
Entries for a competition must be submitted in accordance with the specific terms and conditions during the competition period.
Entrants may only submit one entry for a competition.
Any entry for a competition which NSWMA determines is incomplete, illegible or incomprehensible, or fails to meet the requirements for that entry under these terms and conditions or the specific terms and conditions for the competition, will be rejected without notice.
NSWNMA may require an entrant to provide proof of their eligibility to enter the competition.
The description of the prize(s) and number of prizes to be awarded for a competition is as set out in the specific terms and conditions for the competition.
Prizes are subject to availability. NSWNMA makes no guarantee that a prize for a competition will correspond with its description in the specific terms and conditions for the competition and reserves the right to substitute a prize for an item of equal or higher value.
NSWNMA makes no warranty or representation in connection with any prizes as to the value, quality, suitability for any purpose, dimensions or other property or attribute of the prize.
Prizes will typically be delivered to winners via post or electronic means unless otherwise specified in the specific terms and conditions for the competition.
All valid entries for a competition will be judged and the winners determined in accordance with the specific terms and conditions for the competition. NSWNMA’s determination of the winners will be final and binding on all entrants.
The winning entrants will be notified of their win by email, telephone or post using the contact details NSWNMA has on record or the details provided in the competition entry.
NSWNMA may also, with the consent of the winner, publish information about the competition outcomes and winner(s) in any NSWNMA magazine, website or social media.
NSWNMA may suspend or terminate a competition at any time at its discretion without prior notice subject to licensing approval.
NSWNMA will not be liable for any loss or other consequence arising out of suspension or termination of a competition whatsoever.
NSWNMA collects personal information for competition entries. That information may be disclosed to NSWNMA’s contractors who assist with competition activities. NSWNMA does not disclose personal information to other third parties without consent unless required or authorised by law.