FTC Compliance

Federal Trade Commission Compliance


The following paragraphs describe the Federal Trade Commission Compliance for the ‘TonyJames-SpeakerCoach.com’ website.

We endeavour to be honest regarding any products or services we recommend, use, or otherwise  mention at TonyJames-SpeakerCoach.com.  We make great effort to clearly differentiate between our own products or services versus those of third parties, to allow for product specific inquiries, support, and customer care. Please be aware that, just as we (and any other legitimate business) may profit from the sale of our own products or services, we may also profit from the sale of others’ products or services (like any retailer) at TonyJames-SpeakerCoach.com.

Note that material connections may not be made known at each individual advertisement or affiliate link. Therefore, to be safe, you should simply assume there is a material connection and that we may receive compensation in money or otherwise for anything you purchase as a result of visiting this website, and also that we may be paid merely by you clicking any link.

In respect of Amazon.com /.uk etc.

One or more parties affiliated or associated with our TonyJames-SpeakerCoach.com. website may in some way be an Amazon.com affiliate. This means that links to products on Amazon.com, as well as reviews leading to purchases, can result in a commission being earned. Again, disclosure of this material connection and the potential for compensation may not be made at every single possible opportunity. To be safe, simply assume there is a material connection and potential for compensation at all times. While this does not imply skewed or unduly biased reviews, full disclosure calls for this warning.

Monetary or other Material Compensation

You should assume that we may be compensated for purchases of products or services mentioned on this TonyJames-SpeakerCoach.com website that are not neccessarily created, owned, licensed, or otherwise materially controlled by us. It is an accepted commercial practice that a third party can “affiliate” someone else’s products or services and be compensated by the product or service creator/owner for helping spread the word about their product. The situation is somewhat comparable to the position of a retailer, who in addition to, or instead of, merely supplying their own products, act as a means to supply clients/customers with third party products whilst making some income for so doing.

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