A Legal Agreement written between a Bank and an Agent authorized to sell the services of a Bank/ Financial Institutions is a DSA Agreement.
It comprises details about the appointment, rights and answerability, and all terms and conditions related with the services of a Direct Selling Agent (DSA) certified by a Bank/ Financial Institutions for the purpose of selling or distributing its products/services within the specified jurisdictional areas on its behalf.
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Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Govt of India in it’s latest multi-level marketing (MLM) guidelines issued on September 9, 2016, written that Legal Agreement is must between company and agent.
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Uses of DSA Agreement:
- DSA Agreement can be beneficial for both the bank and DSA agent as it included all the information about the arrangement made between Bank/Financial institution and agent for doing business in the future.
- No party can violate any of the rule written in the agreement doing so will lead to a termination of the agreement.
- One of the most important aspects of DSA agreement is that DSA can use the trademark of the Bank/Financial institution but this is limited to some extent defined by the Bank/Financial institution in DSA agreement.
- DSA Agreement comprises all the information about the commission or compensation to be provided to the DSA on completing a sales clearly.
As reported by the multi-level marketing (MLM) protocol, every Direct Selling Entity must assassinate a wisely written DSA Agreement conflicting with the manner designated in Section 10 of the Indian Contract Act of 1872, for the purpose of enabling a direct selling agent. generally, the entire procedure for finalizing a direct selling agent agreement covers the processes of drafting the agreement, receiving consent and signatures of the DSA being authorized by a bank, and authentication of the mutually agreed DSA agreement.
Advantages of Direct Selling
Direct selling, unique method beneficial from all sides
Benefits for the DSA:
- DSA can create and run his own business at minimum cost/low risk.
- Flexible earning opportunities
- Flexibility to choose working hours
- Can do the partnership in business with spouse or family members.
- Both Part-time and full-time work opportunity is available
- No higher Education qualification is required.
- Meaningful training and support from companies.
- Large range of Services available.
- Social contact and personal recognition.
Benefits for the Consumers:
- Opportunity to choose from the variety of products and test the services.
- Additional protection if withdraw the purchase within given period.
- DSA is in direct contact.
- guarantee and after-sales services.
- Flexible buying hours.
Benefits to the Bank/Financial Institution:
- The good method to get into the new market with comparably low cost, especially providing unique products or services
- No need for high capital investment.
- No prior business experience required.
- The requirement for special educated works is not necessary
- Sufficient in acquiring the initial interest and attention of prospects- a personal touch
- Unique competitive strategy.
- No need for advertising
Benefits for the Economy and State:
- Open new earning opportunities and a boom to an economy.
- Creates a channel of distribution away from large retail distribution unities.
- Creates micro-enterprises
- Introduces self-employment
- Develops entrepreneurship.
- Contribute to national economic welfare
Benefits for the Society:
- Self-employment opportunities.
- No gender, age and disability discrimination.
- Offers alternatives to large outlets.