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Last updated 24 January 2022
Please read our Zeller Affiliate Program Terms and Conditions carefully before you join, or begin marketing, our program. These terms and conditions are written in plain language intentionally avoiding legalese to ensure that they may be clearly understood and followed by affiliates. Each Affiliate is responsible for assuring that its employees, agents and contractors comply with these terms and conditions. By providing reasonable prior notice to you, we may vary, change, delete or add to these Affiliate terms and conditions. We may give such notice by publishing the relevant information within the most current version of these terms and conditions.
As used in these terms and conditions: (i) “We”, “us”, or “our” refers to Zeller Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 14 649 001 383) (“Zeller”) and our website; (ii) “you” or “your” refers to the Affiliate; (iii) “our website” refers to the Zeller domain located at myzeller.com; (iv) “your website” refers to any websites that you will link to our website; (v) “Program” refers to the Zeller Affiliate Program within Australia.
After receiving your application, we will review your website and notify you of your acceptance or rejection into our Program. Please allow up to 72 hours for your application to be reviewed. We reserve the right to reject any application, however we encourage you to contact us if you feel we have made an incorrect decision. Including all of the websites that you use in your profile will help us make a better decision.
Your participating website(s) may not:
Upon acceptance into the Program, links will be made available to you through the affiliate interface. Your acceptance in our program means you agree to and abide by the following:
If you are enrolled in our Program and participate in pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, you must adhere to our PPC guidelines as follows:
If you automate your PPC campaigns, it is your responsibility to exclude our trademarked terms from your program and we strongly suggest you add our trademarked terms as negative keywords. We have a strict no tolerance policy on PPC trademark bidding. You will forfeit all commissions for a minimum of the past 30 days and your commission will be set to $0 without warning if you engage in PPC trademark bidding that uses our trademarked terms. Restricted Terms: Zeller, Zeller Terminal, Zeller Australia Pty Ltd, MyZeller, and Zeller within Australia.
These terms and conditions do not transfer any ownership of any intellectual property rights in relation to the Program. You may not use, rent, lend, lease, sell, sublicense, distribute, commercialise or otherwise transfer the Program or any part of the Program or any copy, modification, translation or adaptation of the Program in whole or in part except as permitted by law or expressly set out in these terms and conditions.
Zeller does not offer coupon codes or promotions through the sign-up and purchase flow. If you are enrolled in our Program and your Website promotes coupon codes, you must adhere to our Coupon Guidelines as follows:
Additionally, if your website ranks on the first page of Google for terms related to our website or company name(s) combined with the words coupon, coupons, coupon code, promo code, etc. and/or your conversion rate exceeds 25%, you may be offered a lower commission than our standard rate to offset the reduced profitability of orders.
Promoting Zeller through a sub-affiliate network is permitted, however you must be completely transparent with regards to where traffic from your sub-affiliates originated. Sub-affiliate networks must ensure that all sub-affiliates promoting the Program adhere to our program terms and conditions set out in this document. This includes restrictions on advertising through toolbars, browser extensions, and through any paid placements such as a pay-per-click campaigns. Sub-affiliate networks must also receive approval prior to allowing any type of coupon sub-affiliate to promote the Program, and must abide by the Coupon Guidelines above.
Failure to comply with our sub-affiliate network terms may result in a loss and/or reduction of commission from sales made through any sub-affiliate that does not comply with our program terms.
Use of any of our trademarked terms as part of the domain or subdomain for your website is strictly prohibited (i.e. www.zeller-affiliate.com.au, www.myzeller.yoursite.com.au or www.zeller-coupons.com.au, zellerpartneraus.com and other similar or deceptive terms).
You shall not create, publish, distribute, or print any written material that makes reference to our Program without first submitting that material to us and receiving our prior written consent. If you intend to promote our Program via direct marketing campaigns, you must adhere to the following:
Promotion of your enrolment in the Program on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin and other social media platforms is permitted provided you are following these general guidelines:
If you are conducting business in or taking orders from persons in other countries, you will follow the laws of those countries as they apply to your business. For example, you will comply with the European Union’s Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive if you are conducting business in or taking orders from persons in one or more of the European Union countries.
You can participate in the Zeller Affiliate Program from anywhere in the world, so long as our partner network supports your country of residence. Please note that Zeller currently only offers products and services in Australia, so referrals to businesses outside of this region will not be eligible to create a Zeller Account.
Zeller is committed to a very low reversal rate, which we attribute to open communication with our affiliates. However, we reserve the right to reverse orders due to order cancellations, duplicate tracking, returns, disputed charges, fraudulent sign-ups or orders, account deactivations, terms of service violations, and program violations as outlined in these terms and conditions.
Zeller prohibits use of its payment services for certain industries listed on the Zeller Support Centre here. Zeller may in its sole discretion deactivate account activations found to be in violation of Zeller’s Terms of Service and reverse orders in accordance with the paragraph above. Zeller’s Terms of Service can be found here.
Additionally, if we ask you for clarification or more information on any orders or clicks that we suspect may be in violation of our terms and conditions, we expect that you will respond in a timely and honest manner. Below are violations of our communications policy.
If any of the items 1 -3 above apply, then we reserve the absolute right to reverse orders, set your commission to $0 or suspend you from the Program for the period or orders in question. We know that many violations are a result of automated processes; however it is incumbent upon each affiliate to ensure that it has the appropriate checks and balances in place to proactively address these issues and adhere to our Program rules.
You must include a disclosure statement within any and all pages, blog/posts, or social media posts where affiliate links for our affiliate program are posted as an endorsement or review, and where it is not clear that the link is a paid advertisement. This disclosure statement should be clear and concise, stating that we are compensating you for your review or endorsement. If you received the product for free from us or from the affiliate management team for review, this also must be clearly stated in your disclosure.
You must comply with the Australian Consumer Law and not make false or misleading representations regarding your commercial relationship with Zeller. You agree to abide by the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) “Clearly Distinguishable Advertising – Best Practice Guideline” which can be accessed at http://aana.com.au/content/uploads/2017/03/AANA_Clearly-Distinguishable-Advertising-Best-Practice-Guideline.pdf . to ensure that all advertising and marketing communication is clearly distinguishable to third parties.
“Confidential Information” shall include, but shall not be limited to, any and all information associated with a party’s business and not publicly known, including specific business information, technical processes and formulas, software, customer lists, prospective customer lists, names, addresses and other information regarding customers and prospective customers, merchant data, customer data, product designs, sales, costs, price lists, and other unpublished financial information, business plans and marketing data, and any other confidential and proprietary information, whether or not marked as confidential or proprietary.
Each party agrees to use the other party’s Confidential Information solely as necessary for performing its obligations under these terms and conditions. Each party agrees that it shall take all reasonable steps, at least substantially equivalent to the steps it takes to protect its own proprietary information, to prevent the duplication, disclosure or use of any such Confidential Information, other than (i) by or to its employees, agents and subcontractors who must have access to such Confidential Information to perform such party’s obligations hereunder, who each shall treat such Confidential Information as provided herein, and who are each subject to obligations of confidentiality to such party that are at least as stringent as those contained herein; or (ii) as required by any law, regulation, or order of any court of proper jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter contained in these terms and conditions, provided that, if legally permitted, the receiving party shall give the disclosing party prompt written notice and use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that such disclosure is accorded confidential treatment. Confidential Information shall not include any information that the receiving party can prove: (a) was already in the public domain, or was already known by or in the possession of the receiving party, at the time of disclosure of such information; (b) is independently developed by the receiving party without use of or reference to the other party’s Confidential Information, and without breaching any provisions of these terms and conditions; or (c) is thereafter rightly obtained by the receiving party from a source other than the disclosing party without breaching any provision of these terms and conditions.