Our 2022 bonus program rewards you for going big! Every new and renewing individual and family member you enroll for January 1,2022 or February 1, 2022 effective date will contribute to a potential one-time bonus on top of your commission. Eligibility The bonus program applies only to members who reside in our service areas. This program applies to Oscar individual and family plan members with an effective date of January 1, 2022 or Februart 1, 2022. Only producers who are licensed, appointed, FFM-certified and contracted with Oscar are eligible for the bonus. Producers must meet all eligibility requirements for the program at both the time of writing business and on the payment dates. This program applies only to the Agent of Record on the policy, not to General Agencies that may assist with the enrollment. The program applies to individual producers and cannot be aggregated at the agency level. Multiple individual producers may not aggregate business to earn bonus tiers under any
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