FTC Disclosure Guidelines
In 2015, the Federal Trade Commission published new rules governing how affiliates should manage affiliate links on their websites.
The guidelines were designed to make sure readers or consumers of web media/content know whether the creator or publisher of content has partnered with a different company, whether the content is sponsored, and whether the publisher endorses the company. Readers should know if the publisher makes money by displaying a link or product.
Please note the following concerning links and contents on dustfreerooms.com:
This website participates in the Amazon Associates program. And as an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. However, you won’t pay a dime more for clicking on any of the affiliate links in this content.
In short, some of the links on this website are affiliate links, and I may receive compensation from qualified sales.
What Are Affiliate Links?
ALL purchases made here are fulfilled by external companies that offer an affiliate program, mainly Amazon. If you click on an affiliate link shown on dustfreerooms.com to buy a product, you’re buying expressly from the seller rather than from dustfreerooms.com.
Amazon and/or other companies may pay dustfreerooms.com a small commission or other compensation for referring traffic and business to them. Prices remain exactly the same whether you buy through an affiliate link on dustfreerooms.com or directly from the seller on Amazon. In other words, you won’t pay more just because we’ll earn a small commission.
Amazon affiliate links Disclosure (Legal Information)
Dustfreerooms.com, participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com Review to Amazon properties including, but not limited to amazon.com. Dustfreerooms is compensated for referring traffic and business to Amazon.com.