DRUM CORP REFERRAL PROGRAM 

STEP 1

Download and physically sign the "Non Disclosure Agreement" (N.D.A)...and then email it to molly@thedrumcorp.com

 

STEP 2

Fill in the Bank Account details form below so you can be paid

 

STEP 3

[ AFTER WE RECEIVE YOUR NDA & BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS ]

 

We email you a link so you can read the Referral Program Guide (contains all of the information you'll need)

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we issue you a unique discount code which you share privately within your network

 

STEP 4

We check our sales record every Monday. If someone, or many people, have purchased with your code, we'll request an invoice from you so you can be paid.

If you are not sure how to do an invoice click here

 

STEP 5

Drum Corp transfers your referral commission to your nominated bank account.

 

 

3 ways to create an invoice

1. How to create an invoice in Microsoft Word.

There are a variety of easy, professional-looking templates in Word. Creating invoices this way can work well, especially if you are most familiar with the software. However, it can be also a bit cumbersome. This is especially true when it comes to getting paid. Printing and sending paper invoices via snail mail can have a long turnaround time.

And even if you’re sending a Word file via email, you have to figure out the best method for customers to pay you. Usually this involves using a third-party system (like an online payments app) or having them send along a physical check. But if you still prefer to create invoices in Word, here’s how you do it:

  1. Choose from Word’s invoice template under New in the File menu.

  2. Look for the Invoice icon in the dialog box (usually on the left-hand side), and select the invoice type that best fits your needs.

  3. Set a professional header that contains your business’s contact information: business name, mailing address, phone number, email, and business logo.

  4. Put in the client’s information (usually underneath and on the opposite side from your company’s contact info). And be sure to include the name of the business, mailing address, phone number, and email.

  5. Include the unique invoice number, date the invoice was prepared, and a payment due date.

  6. Indicate the payment method to set clear expectations.

  7. Break down products or services into line item descriptions, along with charges associated with each. Calculate the total, including any applicable sales tax, delivery fees, etc. It’s helpful to put the grand total in bold font so that it clearly stands out. Then, download your invoice.

2. How to create an invoice in Microsoft Excel.

Excel offers a variety of clean, easy-to-use invoice templates, depending on your needs. However, you may run into the same logistical challenges as sending invoices via Word.

  1. Open a new workbook from the File menu and then look for the Invoice icon in the dialog box (usually on the left-hand side).

  2. Choose the invoice type that best fits your needs — from a basic product invoice to invoices for specific types of services.

  3. Fill out the custom entry fields with things like company name, address, phone number, email, logo, customer ID (if applicable), payment terms, and official payee name for receiving payments.

  4. Be sure to include a unique invoice number, a description of products or services, and the client’s information.

3. Creating a Square invoice on the invoicing app

  1. Download the Square Invoices app on your iOS or Android device.

  2. Create your free Square account or sign in with your existing Square account.

  3. Tap the ‘+’ sign on the navigation bar and select ‘Invoice’.

  4. Tap ‘Add Customer’ and either select an existing customer from your Directory or tap ‘Create Customer’ to enter your customer’s name and email address.

  5. Tap ‘Add Item’ to add an item from your Item Library or add a custom amount.

  6. Add a custom message, set automatic reminders, or request a deposit if needed.

  7. Tap Send.

  8. When your clients receive the invoice in their email, they can pay you securely online. The money is usually transferred in your bank account in one or two business days.