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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the typical process from start to finish?

These are the typical steps for an internet sales placement:

The vendor company of a specific industry, signs a non-disclosure non compete agreement, with (J.A.S.) authorizing us to assist the company in securing internet sales for that company's products and services.

Currently, (J.A.S.) services the diamond and jewelry industry, and also provides it's services to the financial, insurance, IT security, and other types of industries with new opportunities for product sales.  

(J.A.S.) sales agreement with client companies, is structured as a commission sales rep. (J.A.S.) is only compensated through sales commissions and performance for all sales during the life of the relationship between the vendor client and the internet sales company. There are no fees or expenses charged by (J.A.S.) for consulting services.


The vendor client and (J.A.S.) management team reviews the clients capabilities in working with a large internet company, manufacturing capabilities, shipping, quality control, and much more, as a prelude to introductions with our internet sales companies.

(J.A.S.) sets up the introduction with the internet company, and works with both parties to conclude a satisfactory vendor / client agreement usually called the Master Service Agreement (MSA).

During the introduction and negotiations, (J.A.S.) assists our clients with IT (information technology) integration solutions, integrated marketing, brand management services, margins and pricing, and other vendor related services.

After the IT beta test is completed, and the client merchandise goes live on the internet website, (J.A.S.) continues to work with both client and the internet company to grow the jewelry sales. This includes sales, marketing, product selection, price points, etc.

(J.A.S.) brings value added services after the product launch, with vendor relationship maintenance, and other strategic initiatives to help maintain and grow sales over a long period of time.