What We Expect From You
WebGrip does not impose many rules on
its Dealers, but we do expect you to adhere to the following guidelines.
Dealers will be terminated if found to be doing any of the following:
* Selling an account to multiple clients
* Selling any package under Set
Prices (See Setting Price)
* Bouncing checks to WebGrip for IP's or other
* Paying for Packages with fraudulent Credit Cards
of Federal / State laws while repping/marketing the program
* Selling the
packages under false pretenses or blatant misrepresentations of the programs
capabilities and/or features
WebGrip Inc. reserves the right to
terminate and prosecute any Dealer found breaking any of the guidelines listed
above. We are committed to helping our Dealers succeed, and will work with you
in any way we can to ensure your success. If you ever have any questions
regarding your business practices, methods of marketing, or represenstation of
the program please feel free to contact us
own personal account is not subject to a commissionable
sale. All subsequent accounts are available for
the discounted 50% pricing.
If an Affiliate/Dealer
terminates their own account or charges back an
due will be forfeited and no longer paid to Affiliate.
Merchant Account Use...
One of the benefits we have lined up for our Dealers
is the ability to utilize our Merchant account to
process their client's orders. Along with this benefit,
we have a couple guidelines that MUST be followed.
These guidelines are set up to ensure that we can
continue to provide this service and so you get
to keep all the profits from your sales.
Once you have placed an order for a package from
our order system, we will process the card and then
send you (the dealer) the Registration Number to
pass on to your client. When you send the Registration
Number to your client, you MUST Include the following
"Please Note: Your Credit Card will show WebGrip
Inc. our parent company, as the processor for this
transaction for a total of $XX. Plus Tax if applicable."
The reason we require this is twofold. First it
lets your clients know that we will be processing
the charge and not your company. When the charge
shows up on their statement they will know exactly
who it has come from, thus reducing the chance of
getting a "Charge Back." If you are unfamiliar with
this term is simply means that someone calls their
credit card company and disputes the charge because
they don't know who it came from. When this happens,
here's what goes on behind the scenes:
*Credit Card Company notifies us that a client is
disputing a charge
*We have to look up this client's information so
that we can contact them
*We contact client and let them know what the charge
*We then ask the client if they were notified that
we would be processing the charge on their account.
If they were not notified by the Dealer, we will
contact that Dealer and notify them of the problem.
*If the client decides to continue with the Charge
Back then we will do the following: 1. We will disable
the client's Registration Number(s). 2. If a commission
has already been paid to the Dealer we will debit
this charge against the Dealer's next commission
Failure to comply with these guidelines can result
in the termination of your Dealership. We understand
that there will be honest mistakes and general human
error, but we will operate under the 3 Strikes Philosophy.
If we see an abuse of our system or blatant disregard
of the guidelines on multiple occasions, your Dealership
will be revoked. We think this is a valuable service
to our Dealers and will continue to offer this service
as long as it is not abused.
If you have any questions on these guidelines, do
not hesitate to contact us at: email@example.com
Mail AKA (Spam) Policy
Host-Smart will not allow anyone to bulk mail our
domain. If anyone is caught bulk mailing you account
will be terminated immediately and you will forfeit
all services and payment of services.