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How should I handle terms and conditions for my program?
How should I handle terms and conditions for my program?

FAQs about terms and conditions

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Written by Shelby Baldwin
Updated over a week ago

Note: We use "Program" and "Member" as label-agnostic terms to refer to any marketing you are using Buzzbassador to facilitate, whether you refer to it as an affiliate program, influencer marketing, ambassador program, referral program, creator partnerships, brand reps, partner program, etc.

Am I required to offer Terms & Conditions?

Having a contract for your members isn't always necessary; some companies do it, some do not. It really just depends on whether you want to go that route -- it's completely up to you!

Can Buzzbassador generate Terms & Conditions for me?

Buzzbassador can not generate Terms and Conditions for you, seeing as each brand's terms should be unique and cater to their own program and operations. We also are not authorized to provide legal advice, and we do recommend consulting official legal counsel to make sure your brand's terms are in line with all applicable regulations.

Where should I start with forming Terms & Conditions?

If you do choose to implement Terms and Conditions for your program, here are a couple of resources we've found on how to structure your program's Terms and Conditions:

How should I share my Terms & Conditions with my members?

Our team has seen merchants share their program's Terms and Conditions using one or more of the methods listed below:

  1. Include a link to the T&Cs in an email (such as the Application accepted email template or a custom standalone email) sent to your members

  2. Insert a link to the T&Cs page and required agreement question on your application form (learn how to do this here)

  3. Include the T&Cs on your Landing page

  4. Include the T&Cs on another page on your Shopify store site

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