Affiliate Disclosure

Affiliate Disclosure

This affiliate disclosure policy has been updated 2/4/2024.

All content is written and edited by Pam Lokker. For questions about this website or policy, please contact us to let us know.

What Is an Affiliate?

According to Clickbank.com, “Affiliate marketing, at its core, is about making money online. It is a gateway for passive income and a tool you can use to unshackle yourself from the monotony of the 9 to 5.

The money that affiliates make comes from commissions that are earned by promoting. Vendors choose their commission rates based on a bunch of calculations and factors that you don’t need to worry about because as an affiliate your primary purpose is to promote.

is someone who promotes a product or service to potential customers, in exchange for a commission on the sale when one occurs.” What does that mean for you? That means that if you click on one of the affiliate links I may have posted, I will receive a monetary commission from the advertisers that Borlok Virtual Assistants LLC or its subsidiaries work with based on either a percentage or a specific dollar amount if you decide to purchase using that link. At this time, we are currently affiliates with the following companies:

CJ Affiliate


WavePad

Phone.com


728x90 Your Business Phone Service in the Cloud

CleanTalk

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This Affiliate Disclosure has been provided for your protection and to fully disclose any relationship between this site’s product or service recommendations and the owners of these product(s) or services. The owner of this website is required by the FTC to inform you that a relationship exists between [Borlok Virtual Assistants LLC or its subsidiaries] and some of the products or services it reviews, recommends or promotes. There are four guiding principles that need to be followed with full disclosure.

There is no getting around: full disclosure is required to be clear and conspicuous. That means you should not have to become a super sleuth whether or not Borlok Transcription is practicing full disclosure. There are generally four guiding principles that we use as put out by the FTC:

• Prominence. Is the disclosure big enough for consumers to read easily?
• Presentation. Is the disclosure worded in a way that consumers can easily understand?
• Placement. Geography matters. Is the disclosure where consumers are likely to look?
• Proximity. Is the disclosure close to the claim it modifies?

I would like to ask you, the reader, to let us know if we are not following these principles. You can contact me at bvatranscriber@borloktranscription.com.

The opinions expressed here are those of myself as an individual and are not necessarily the opinions of nor reflect the views of any merchants I am affiliated with. You can rest assured that I will only recommend products and services that the partners at Borlok Virtual Assistants, LLC would use ourselves.

CAN-SPAM

At this time, Borlok Virtual Assistants LLC nor its subsidiaries do not participate in email marketing. Should you have concerns that we are not fully following CAN-SPAM requirements as it pertains to affiliate marketing, you can notify us at:

Borlok Virtual Assistants LLC
5350 W Bell Road
Suite C-122 #339
Glendale, AZ 85308

Or email us using our Contact us page.

Revised 7/15/2022

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