Commission Split Breakdown

Commission Split Breakdown

Please refer to the Mentor Program Manual in order to see current information on how transactions are counted in the Mentor Program.

*The policies, regulations, procedures, and fees in this manual are subject to change without prior notice, if necessary, to keep Mentor Program policies in compliance with state laws and local requirements.
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