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So, You Answered No to Question 5?

Understanding the disclosures required for offers promoting money-making opportunities on your website is essential to ensure transparency and build trust with your audience.

Here's what you need to know:


The "Website Legal Compliance Blueprint" provided by FTC Guardian includes a section on disclosures required for money-making offers. This section highlights the importance of providing clear and accurate information about financial opportunities and managing potential risks.


To comply with disclosure requirements for money-making offers on your website, it's important to consider the following:

1. No Promise of Guaranteed Results: When promoting money-making opportunities, it's crucial to disclose that there is no guarantee of success or specific financial results. Make it clear that individual results may vary based on factors such as effort, skills, market conditions, and other variables.

2. No Loss of Money Assurance: Disclose that there is a possibility of financial loss when engaging in money-making opportunities. Emphasize that individuals should assume the risk associated with any investment or business venture and that you are not responsible for any losses incurred.

3. Disclosure of Material Relationships: If you have material relationships with individuals providing testimonials or endorsing money-making opportunities on your website, disclose these relationships transparently. Clearly state any compensation or incentives given to these individuals and ensure that these disclosures are easily accessible and prominently displayed.

4. Assumption of Risk: Inform visitors about the risks involved in money-making opportunities, such as market fluctuations or unforeseen circumstances that may affect earnings potential. Encourage individuals to conduct their own due diligence and make informed decisions based on their personal circumstances.

Ongoing Action:

In addition to the answer provided, it's crucial to review the specific guidelines and regulations set forth by the FTC regarding disclosures for money-making offers. Stay updated with any changes or updates in FTC guidelines to ensure compliance.

Furthermore, consider consulting legal professionals who specialize in FTC regulations and advertising compliance. They can provide tailored advice based on your specific business model and industry. 

Join FTC Guardian, whose members can connect with Chip Cooper, SaaS, Internet, and E-Commerce Attorney, Co-Founder & CEO of FTC Guardian, on live webinars twice per month. These sessions allow you to learn to navigate the new compliance risks and ask questions relevant to your situation.

Please note that while I've provided guidance based on the answer given, it's important to adapt these recommendations to your unique circumstances. Complying with disclosure requirements is essential for building trust with your audience and maintaining ethical practices in promoting money-making opportunities on your website.

FTC Guardian membership provides an easy-to-implement solution to many of your potential FTC Risks.

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