3% for old customers, 6% for a new customerCurrency: USD
Aim id: 19669 (Active)
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Socially conscious and charitable at heart, the DIFF eyewear family strives for the perfect pair - handcrafted with designer quality materials and delivered to you with love.
Since 2015, DIFF has donated over 1,000,000 pairs of reading glasses to individuals in need around the world -- that's only the beginning of it.
If Publisher engages in any keyword search marketing hereunder, Publisher shall (1) comply with all rules, requirements and terms of the particular search engine being used, (2) not infringe upon any trademark or other intellectual property rights of any third parties, and (3) comply with all terms and requirements of the Advertisers with respect to search marketing. Publisher shall also comply with the following:
1. Publisher may not bid on any of Merchant or Advertiser terms, including any variations or misspellings thereof, for search or content based campaigns on Google, Bing, Yahoo or any other network.
2. Publisher may not use Merchant or Advertiser terms in sequence with any other keyword.
3. Publisher may not use Merchant or Advertiser terms in its ad title, ad copy, display name or as the display url.
4. Publisher may not direct link to Merchant or Advertiser website from any pay per Click ad or use redirects that yield the same result.
If Publisher automates its search campaigns, Publisher shall be responsible to exclude Merchant and Advertiser terms from its program. We have a strict no tolerance policy on search term bidding. We will not enter a discussion about when the violation started and when it stopped; you will forfeit all commissions for a minimum of the past 30 days and your commission will be set to 0% without warning.
Publisher represents and warrants that, with respect to email campaigns transmitted by Publisher for Merchant in connection with any Offer, Publisher shall at all times maintain strict compliance with the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003 (the “CAN-SPAM Act”), all rules and official guidance promulgated by the FTC pursuant to the CAN-SPAM Act, the Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC”) rules and orders regulating the transmission of commercial email to wireless devices, and all other applicable federal, state, local and international laws and regulations. In addition, without limiting the foregoing, Publisher agrees that it will comply with the following requirements. If Publisher uses a third party to transmit email on its behalf, then that third party and Publisher will be treated as one and the same for purposes of this Agreement.
(A) Address List.
(ii) Publisher shall not promote an Offer in emails sent to persons whose email addresses were gathered in any automated process, harvesting or screen scraping, or as the result of randomly generated combinations of characters.
(iii) Publisher agrees that, prior to transmitting any email to the List, it will scrub the List against its own do-not-email list and, if required by the terms of the Offers, the do-not-mail list of the Advertisers for such Offers (collectively, the “Suppression List”). Publisher will conduct such purges at the last possible, commercially reasonable moment, but not more than twenty-four (24) hours before the List is sent an email promoting an Offer. Publisher will not transmit any email promoting an Offer to any address or domains on the Suppression List. Publisher also agrees that it will download and remove the domains located on the FCC's wireless domain names list http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/policy/DomainNameDownload.html) from all current data used in all mailings. Publisher further warrants that any new data that it acquires, regardless of its source, will be run against the FCC's wireless domain names list and that domain names contained therein will be removed before sending any mailings.
(iv) Publisher will not (and will not allow others to) sell, remarket, disclose or use the Suppression List or the email address of any person who has opted out of receiving email promoting an Offer for any reason other than to comply with this Agreement and the law.
(i) Publisher shall not promote an Offer in emails sent through open proxies, from email or Internet Protocol (“IP”) addresses registered through fraud or false pretenses, or through any means in violation of an Internet Service Provider’s (“ISP”) policies.
(ii) Upon Merchant’s request, Publisher shall promptly provide a full list of domain names, routing information and IP addresses that will be, are being or were used to send emails promoting an Offer. In addition, upon Merchant’s request, Publisher shall promptly provide an explanation of the transparency of the return domain names, the List Owners’ contact information and all other information that permits email recipients to identify email senders. If at any time any of Publisher’s and/or List Owners’ IP addresses or domain names are mass-blocked or blacklisted, Publisher will inform Merchant immediately.
Publisher shall be the “sender” of the email containing Offers as defined by the CAN-SPAM Act, its rules and official guidance, and shall comply with all requirements of a “sender” under the CAN-SPAM Act, its rules and official guidance, including but not limited to 16 CFR 316.2(m). Any email from Publisher (and any party delivering emails on its behalf) shall: (i) Have valid and traceable email header information identifying the Publisher as the sending party; (ii) Within the body of the email, include a valid physical street address of Publisher; (iii) Include a clear and conspicuous identification that such email message is an advertisement or solicitation when the email is sent to an address in which there is no prior business relationship; (iv) Within the body of the email, include the following language in a separate, stand-alone, paragraph, apart from the footer or any opt-out language, in the same color, size and font as the text used by other advertisers in the Offer: “This offer has been brought to you by [insert Publisher or list owner Name], a marketing company that promotes products, goods, or services to consumers by email or via the internet. This email is being sent to you because you have opted to receive such messages.” .”; (v) Include a "subject line" which accurately reflects the contents of the message and that is not misleading with respect to the contents or subject matter of the message; (vi) Include a "from line" which accurately identifies only the Publisher as the sending party; (vii) Use only email addresses containing the name of the Publisher as the sending party, and not use the non-sending party's name in any mail-from or reply-to email addresses (e.g. "from" lines need to accurately identify Publisher as the sender of the email); (viii) use reply-to address that are functioning email addresses where Publisher can be contacted; and (ix) not contain false or misleading header or transmission information,
Publisher warrants and represents that any message content not supplied by Merchant will not infringe upon or violate any copyrights, trademarks or any rights of privacy or publicity or other proprietary rights of, and will not violate applicable laws or regulations or cause injury to, any third party.
(D) Opt-Out Mechanism and Compliance. Publisher must include in each email message a clear and conspicuous explanation of how the recipient may opt-out of receiving future commercial emails from it, including a valid email address monitored by Publisher or a hyperlink that the recipient may use to do so. If Publisher uses a hyperlink, it must allow recipients to opt-out by clicking to a single web page and providing only the recipient’s email address. Publisher shall in no circumstances require any personally-identifiable information other than a recipient’s email address to effectuate the recipient’s request to opt-out. The email address or hyperlink must remain capable of receiving opt-out requests for at least thirty (30) days after the email is sent. Publisher must process opt-out requests within ten (10) days of receipt (or any other timeframe established in the future by the FTC); notwithstanding Section 8(A)(3), Publisher shall not send any commercial electronic email, including one promoting an Offer, to any recipient who has opted out 10 days or more before transmission of an email.
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