Policies & Procedures
1. The Company, Policies & Procedures, Affiliate Handbook. Vista.Network, hereinafter the "Company," is a direct selling, trading and mining of Tokens, BTC, Ethereum, Altcoins and Asset holdings of other consumer products and services to the consumer directly and through Affiliates worldwide.
2. Affiliate Qualifications. An Affiliate is one who has completed a Company application and agreement and has been accepted by the Company as an Affiliate. The Company reserves the right to accept or reject anyone as an Affiliate. All Affiliates must be of legal age in the Country in which they reside. Husbands and wives may sponsor each other directly, but may not be sponsored in different lines. If the Company finds that the second spouse was sponsored in a different line by any reasons after the initial spouse was sponsored, the Company reserves the right to change the status of a spouse from an Affiliate into a user. If a spouse is already an Affiliate the nonparticipating spouse may elect to become an Affiliate, but must join the same sponsorship tree as his or her spouse, or be directly sponsored by his or her spouse. The Company reserves the right to reject any applications for new Affiliations. Should a husband/wife Affiliates divorce, they should notify the Company of the final judicial or adjudicatory disposition of the Affiliation so the company can make the adjustments for the management of the Affiliation thereafter. The agreement between the Company and its Affiliates does not create an employer/employee relationship, agency, but a partnership, a joint venture between the company and the Affiliate. Each Affiliate shall hold the Company from any claims, damages or liabilities arising out of the Affiliate practices. Company Affiliates have no authority to bind the Company to any obligation other then what is specified within the terms and conditions. Each Affiliate is encouraged to set up his/her own hours and to determine his/her own Method of sales, so long as he/she complies with the policies and procedure of the Company. Affiliates are fully responsible for properly paying all applicable taxes and fees as Per the laws of the United Sates and each country. Vista.Network does not perform any Withholding services nor is the firm responsible for unpaid taxes on behalf of independent Affiliate. Affiliates may not make statements or representations regarding the Company other than those approved and provided in writing by the Company; such as its Policies and Procedures and/or any other official printed or Digital literature and publications.
3. Transaction Submission Integrity. It is essential to the success of the Company, its Affiliates and customers that submissions of transactions to the Company maintain integrity of communication. It is to be expected that all transactions submissions to the Company, including, but not limited to, affiliate applications, affiliate communication, affiliate financial transactions and consumer transactions, be submitted by the individual or entity involved in the transaction. Third party submission of any and all transactions submissions are prohibited. An affiliate should not communicate any transactions submissions on behalf of another affiliate, affiliate applicant or customer. An affiliate may not use his or her credit card or bank account on behalf of another individual or affiliate, except as allowed for as an alternate payer. This rule is applicable to any and all forms of transactions submissions, including, but not limited to, online, telephone, fax, email, etc.
4. Business Conduct. In the conduct of business, the affiliate shall safeguard and promote the reputation of the products and services of the Company and shall refrain from all conduct which might be harmful to such reputation of the Company or to the marketing of such products and services or inconsistent with the public interest, and shall avoid all discourteous, deceptive, misleading, unethical or immoral conduct or practices. An affiliate shall not interfere with, harass or undermine other affiliates, and at all times the Affiliate shall respect the privacy of other affiliates. An affiliate must not disparage the Company, other Company affiliates, Company products and/or services, the marketing and compensation plans, or Company employees. Violation of the above is grounds for termination.
5. Providing Sponsor Support. Any affiliate, who sponsors other affiliates, must fulfill the obligation of performing a bona fide supervisory, distributing and selling function in the sale and/or delivery of product to the ultimate consumer and in the training of those sponsored. Affiliates must have ongoing contact, communication and management supervision with their sales organization. Examples of such supervision may include, but are not limited to: written correspondence, personal meetings, telephone contact, voice mail, electronic mail, training sessions, accompanying individuals to company training, etc.
6. Responsibility for Paying Taxes. All Affiliates are personally responsible for paying National taxes due on earnings from commissions or any other earnings generated as a seller of Company products and services. ***the case may not apply to some countries.
7. Advertising Correct Information. Company affiliates shall not advertise Company products and services and/or marketing plans except as specifically approved by the Company. Company affiliates agree to make no false or fraudulent representations about the Company, the products, the Company compensation plan, or income potentials. Failure to comply may result on disciplinary action that includes suspension or termination of the affiliate account or accounts.
8. Trademarks, Trade Names, Advertising. a) The name of the Company and other names as may be adopted by the Company are proprietary trade names and trademarks of the Company. As such, these marks are of great value to the Company and are supplied to affiliates for affiliate use only in an expressly authorized manner. Affiliates agree not to advertise Company products or services in any way other than the advertising or promotional materials made available to affiliates by the Company. Affiliates agree not to use any written, printed, recorded or any other material in advertising, promoting or describing the products or services or the Company marketing program, or in any other manner, any material which has not been copyrighted and supplied by the Company, unless such material has been submitted to the Company and approved in writing by the Company before being disseminated, published or displayed. b) The affiliate, as an independent contractor, is fully responsible for all of his/her verbal and written statements made regarding the products, services and/or marketing programs which are not expressly contained in writing in the current affiliate agreement, advertising or promotional materials supplied directly by the Company. Affiliate agrees to indemnify the Company and hold it harmless from any and all liability including judgments, civil penalties, refunds, attorney fees, court costs, lost business or claims incurred by the Company as a result of affiliate’s unauthorized representations. c) The Company will not permit the use of its copyrights, designs, logos, trade names, trademarks, etc. without its prior written permission. Affiliates may not use the Company logo in marketing or sales materials, except upon approved business cards. In addition to general prohibitions on use of the Company trademarks or logos, the Company specifically prohibits the use of Company trademarks or logos in conjunction with the sale of any other non-Company products. d) All Company materials, whether printed, on film, produced by sound recording, or on the internet, are copyrighted and may not be reproduced in whole or in part by affiliates or any other person except as authorized by the Company. Permission to reproduce any materials will be considered only in extreme circumstances. Therefore, a affiliate should not anticipate that approval will be granted. e) A Company affiliate may not produce, use or distribute any information relative to the contents, characteristics or properties of Company product or service which has not been provided directly by the Company. This prohibition includes but is not limited to print, audio or video media. f) A Company affiliate may not produce, sell or distribute literature, films or sound recordings which are deceptively similar in nature to those produced, published and provided by the Company for its affiliates. Nor may a affiliate purchase, sell or distribute non-company materials which imply or suggest that said materials originate from the Company. g) Any display ads or institutional or trademark advertising copy, other than covered in the foregoing rules, must be submitted to the Company and approved in writing by the Company prior to publication. h) All advertising, direct mailing, and display must be approved in writing before being disseminated, published or displayed. Advertising on radio, TV, newspaper, magazine, and website except affiliate’s own website is strictly prohibited. Affiliates who violate this article are subject to suspension and/or termination without Warning.
9. Internet and Website Policy. The Company maintains an official corporate website. Affiliates are allowed to advertise on the internet through an approved Company program which allows affiliates to use the with the affiliate’s contact information. These websites link directly to the Company giving the affiliate a professional and Company-approved presence on the internet. Only this approved website may be used by affiliates. No affiliate may independently design a website that uses the names, logos, product or service descriptions of the Company, nor may a affiliate use "blind" ads on the internet making product or income claims which are ultimately associated with Company products, services or the Company's compensation plan. Any person using Company names, logos, trademarks, etc. on the internet or any other advertising medium, except as permitted by Company Rules and Regulations, shall be subject to immediate discipline, including termination of affiliate status.
10. Prohibition of Sales on Unauthorized Internet Sites. An affiliate is prohibited to sell or promote Company products on any internet shopping sites or any internet auction sites such as eBay, amazon.com, and craigslist.com, etc. Any violation of this article will constitute grounds for commission suspension and/or termination of affiliate status.
11. No Spam Policy. It is specific Company policy to prohibit unsolicited email (spamming) or information by facsimile relating to the Company’s opportunity and products and services. The Company has a zero-tolerance policy of spamming practices. Affiliates who violate the Company’s "no spam policy" are subject to termination, suspension or disciplinary action.
12. Prohibition on affiliation with other Crypto Coins Marketing companies. It would undermine the basic affiliate relationship if Vista.Network affiliates marketed competing products. Therefore, so long as an Vista.Network affiliate desires to maintain affiliate status, he or she may not sell or market any products that are similar to the products sold by Vista.Network.
13. Trade Shows. With written authorization from the Company, Company products or services and opportunity may be displayed at trade shows by affiliates. Request for participation in trade shows must be received in writing by the Company at least two weeks prior to the show. Written authorization from the Company must be received before participating in the trade show. Unless written authorization is secured from the Company, Company products or services and opportunity are the only products or services and/or opportunity that may be offered in the trade show booth. Only Company produced marketing materials may be displayed or distributed. No affiliate may sell or promote the Company products or services or business opportunity at flea markets, swap meets, or garage sales.
14. Assigned Territory. Affiliates are not assigned exclusive territories for marketing purposes, nor shall any affiliates imply or state that he/she does have an exclusive territory. There are no geographic limitations on sponsoring affiliates or selling product within Europe or its possessions or territories and any approved countries in which the Company is registered to do business.
15. International Sales. No independent affiliate may export or sell directly or indirectly to others who export the Company’s products, literature, sales aids or promotional material relating to the Company, its products or services or the Company’s program from the United States or its possessions or territories to any other country. Independent Affiliates who choose to sponsor internationally may do so only in countries in which the Company or its parent company has registered to operate its business and must comply fully with the Rules of Operation of a Company in that country. Any violation of this rule constitutes a material breach of this contract and is grounds for immediate termination of the affiliation.
16. Change of Business Name. The Company reserves the right to approve or disapprove affiliate’s change of business names, formation of partnership, corporations, and trusts for tax, estate planning, and limited liability purposes. If the Company approves such a change by affiliate, the organization’s name and the names of the principals of the organization must appear on the affiliate application agreement along with a social security number or federal identification number. It is prohibited to make change to attempt to circumvent or violate Company rules on raiding, solicitation, targeting, cross- sponsoring or interference.
17. Cancellation of Affiliation. The independent affiliate agreement may be canceled at any time and for any reason by a affiliate notifying the Company in writing of the election to cancel. All cancellations are accepted and effective as stated. As of the effective cancellation date, the independent affiliate loses all privileges of leadership and down line organization, and is no longer eligible for any commissions, bonuses or prizes. He/she cannot advertise, sell or promote the Company products or purchase product from the Company. The canceling affiliate’s down line organization automatically transfers to his/her immediate up line. The resigning affiliate must wait six (6) months to be eligible to be sponsored again as a Company affiliate, either as an individual or a corporation.
18. Change to Product of Service Prices. The Company shall be entitled to change product or service prices at any time and without notice, and to make changes in the statement of policy and procedures.
19. Taxes and Regulations. Each affiliate shall comply with kinds of taxes and regulations governing the sale of Company products or services.
20. Prohibition on Raiding and Cross-Solicitation of Products or Other Direct Sales Network and/or Business Opportunities. The Company takes seriously its responsibility to protect the livelihood of its sales forces and the hard work invested to build a sales organization. Raiding and solicitation actions in which affiliates seek to raid and solicit other affiliates in the sales organization to non-company products and services and to other business opportunities, severely undermines the marketing program of the Company, interferes with the relationship between the Company and its sales force and destroys the livelihood of other affiliates who have worked hard to build their own business, the business of their sales and benefits they have earned by helping to build a sales organization. Therefore, affiliates shall not directly or indirectly sell to, nor solicit from, other Company affiliates non-company products or services, or in any way promote to other Company affiliates business opportunities in marketing programs of other business opportunity companies at any time. A Company affiliate shall not engage in any recruiting or promotion activity that targets Company affiliates for opportunities or products of other direct selling companies or business opportunities, either directly or indirectly, by themselves or in conjunction with others, nor shall a affiliate participate, directly or indirectly, in interference, raiding or solicitation activity of Company affiliate for other direct selling companies or business opportunities. Unless approved in writing by the Company, this prohibition includes sales or solicitation of non-company products or services at meetings organized for Company sales, promotion, training recruitment, demonstration, etc. This prohibition on targeting, interference, soliciting and raiding shall be in effect during the term of the affiliate agreement and for a period of three (3) years after the termination of the affiliate agreement. For the term of this agreement and for three (3) years after termination hereof, a affiliate shall not, directly or indirectly, recruit any of Company’s affiliates to join other direct sales or network marketing companies nor solicit, directly or indirectly, Company’s affiliates to purchase services or products, or in any other way interfere with the contractual relationships between Company and its affiliates.
21. Vendor Confidentiality. The Company’s business relationship with its vendors, Manufacturers, suppliers and partners is confidential. A affiliate shall not contact directly or indirectly, or speak to or communicate with any representative of any supplier or manufacturers of the Company except at a company sponsored event at which the representative is present at the request of the Company. Violation of this regulation may result in termination and possible claims for damages if the vendor/manufacturer’s association is compromised by the affiliate contact.
22. Downline information confidentiality. This information is available on the affiliates back office at At any time the affiliate agrees that such information is proprietary and confidential to the Company and is transmitted to the affiliate in confidence. The affiliate agrees that he or she will not disclose such information to any third party directly or indirectly, nor use the information to compete with the Company directly or indirectly during or after the term of the agreement.
23. Change in Status.
Marriage: Two Company affiliates who marry after
having established their own individual affiliation may continue to operate their
Divorce: Should a married couple become divorced, they agree to notify the
Company as to who will assume responsibility for the affiliation in one of the following
a) Written notarized agreement signed by both parties indicating who will retain the affiliation.
b) A court order delineating who receives custody over the affiliation
c) Both parties may choose to retain their joint affiliation and operate it as a partnership.
The divorced affiliate may apply for a new affiliation without having to wait 6 months.
Death: Upon the death of a affiliate, the rights and responsibilities of the affiliation may be passed on to the rightful, legally-documented heir as long as that person has filled out a new affiliate application, together with a copy of death certificate. Disability: Should a affiliate become disabled to the extent that he/she can no longer fulfill the required duties of the Company affiliate, such disabled consultant’s legal representative or conservator shall: a) Contact the Company within thirty (30) days of the disability and advise the Company of the affiliate’s status and the plans for future management or cancellation of the affiliation.
b) Provide a notarized or court-confirmed copy of appointment as legal representative or conservator.
c) Provide a notarized or court-confirmed copy of document establishing right to administer the Company business. Should the legal representative or conservator plan to continue the business of the affiliation, then he/she shall fill out a new affiliate application, and receive the required training consistent with the disabled affiliate’s level at the time of disability. These requirements shall be satisfied within a deadline of six months.
24. Sale or Transfer. Affiliates agree to inform all third parties of the facts above and further agree not to promise any possibility of transferring affiliate rights. A affiliate may not sell, assign or otherwise transfer his or her affiliation, marketing position or other affiliate rights without written application and approval by the Company. This paragraph is also applicable to transfer of any interest in an entity that owns an affiliation, including but not limited to a corporation, partnership, trust or other non-individual entity. The Company reserves the right to review the sale agreement and to verify waiver from the up-line sponsor in the event the up line sponsor declines to purchase the affiliation. It is prohibited to use a sale or transfer to attempt to circumvent Company policy on raiding, soliciting, cross-sponsoring or interference. For the term of three (3) years after sale or transfer, a affiliate agrees that he/she shall not, directly or indirectly, disrupt, damage, impair or interfere with the business of the Company, whether by way of interfering with, or raiding its employees or affiliates, disrupting its relationship with customers, agents, representatives, affiliates, suppliers, vendors or manufacturers or otherwise. "Disrupting" or "interfering" shall include, but not be limited to, direct or indirect solicitation or recruitment for other direct selling business opportunities or products or services of other direct selling companies. A affiliate seeking to sell or transfer his/her affiliation must acknowledge and agree to this provision prior to the finalization of the sale or transfer of their affiliation.
25. Rights of the Company. The Company expressly reserves the right to alter or amend prices, Rules and Regulations, Policies and Procedures, product availability and the compensation plan. Upon notification, in writing, such amendments are automatically incorporated as part of the agreement between the Company and affiliate. Company communication of changes may include, but shall not be limited to mail, email, fax, posting on the Company website, publication in company newsletters or magazines, etc. a. Vista.network reserves the right to make all final decisions as to the interpretation of the articles stated in the Company Policies and Procedures. All affiliates are required to follow the company’s decision as to the interpretation of the articles of the Company Policies and Procedures.
26. Ownership. An individual, a partnership or corporation may be a affiliate, and the may have more than one affiliation.
All affiliates are required to provide the necessary information such as Social Security Number, Federal I.D. and a w-9 form upon affiliation.
a. An affiliate may change status under the same sponsor from individual to partnership or corporation or from partnership to corporation with proper and complete documentation.
b. To form a new affiliation as a partnership or corporation or to change status to one of these forms of business, a affiliate must request a change request form from the corporate headquarters office. This form must be submitted detailing all partners, stockholders, officers or directors in the partnership or corporation. The partner or officer who submits the form must be authorized to enter into binding contracts on behalf of the partnership or corporation. In addition, by submitting the partnership/corporation from, said individual certifies that no person with an interest in the business has had an interest in an affiliation within three (3) months of the submission of the form, unless it is the continuation of an existing affiliation that is changing its form of doing business.
27. Entity Guarantee for Owners. Although the Company has offered affiliates the opportunity to conduct their affiliation as a corporate, LLC, trust or partnership entity, those entities are under the control of its owners and principals, the actions of individual owners or beneficiaries as they may affect Company’s business. Therefore, it is agreed that the actions of individual owners or beneficiaries as they may affect the Company and the affiliation are also critical to the Company’s business. Therefore, it is agreed that actions of the ownership entity’s shareholders, officers, directors, trustees, beneficiaries, agents, employees or other related or interested parties and the actions of such parties, which are in contrast to Company’s policies shall be attributable to the corporate, LLC, trust or partnership entity. In the event that any of the ownership entity shareholders, officers, directors, trustees, beneficiaries, agents, employees or other related parties shall terminate ownership interests in the affiliation, any breaching actions by such parties that continue to have a beneficial financial interest, directly or indirectly, in the affiliation shall be attributable to the affiliated Entity.
28. Default in Payment. A affiliation will be terminated if an affiliate defaults in payment of product purchases from the Company. In the event an affiliate purchases product, either in the capacity as a consumer or affiliate from the Company, and subsequently defaults on payment, the affiliation is subject to immediate termination. The preceding rule is applicable to an affiliate in an individual capacity that defaults, a corporate or partnership affiliate where one of the principal owner’s defaults or any other default in payment where the defaulting party has an ownership interest in the affiliation.
29. Disciplinary Actions. Affiliate’s violation of any policies and procedures,
the agreement, terms and conditions or any illegal, fraudulent, deceptive, or unethical
business conduct may result, at the Company discretion, in one or more of the following
a) Issuance of a written warning or admonition.
b) Imposition of a fine, which may be imposed immediately or withheld from future commissions.
c) Reassignment of all or part of an affiliate’s organization.
d) Freezing of commissions for an indefinite period.
e) Suspension, which may result in termination or reinstatement with Conditions or restrictions.
f) Termination of the affiliation.
30. Definition of Deposit and Coin Doubling Concept. The definition of Deposit applies as so. Vista.Network does not sell BITCOINS or ALTCOINS to any party. There are no exceptions to this rule. If you deposit into our program VISTA uses its own BTC to work its platform and return daily benefits up to 2.5% five days a week. Vista will not guarantee doubling of any coins (BTC ETH etc). If the coin value drops VISTA will continue daily benefits until the value of your entry amount is fully achieved. If the coin exceeds double its price of your entry amount at the point of entry into VISTA, and or your daily benefits are doubled in fiat amount, an automatic cap is placed and your contract with VISTA is COMPLETE AND ENDS AT THAT VERY POINT. You may reenter into the program once again if you are in good standings. NO COMPOUNDING IS ALLOWED. Refer to Section 47 for details on COMPOUNDING.
31. Right to Terminate. The Company reserves the right to terminate any Affiliation at any time for cause when it is determined that the affiliate has violated the provisions of the affiliate agreement, including the provisions of these policies and procedures as they may be amended or the provisions of applicable laws and standards of fair dealing. Such involuntary termination shall be made by the Company at its discretion. Upon an involuntary termination, the Company shall notify the affiliate by mail at the latest address listed with the Company for the affiliate. In the event of a termination, the terminated affiliate agrees to immediately cease representing him/herself as a affiliate.
a. When a decision is made to terminate a affiliate ship, the Company will inform the affiliate in writing that the affiliation is terminated immediately, effective as of the date of the written notification. The termination notice will be sent by certified mail to affiliate’s address on file with the Company.
b. The affiliate will have 20 days from the date of mailing of the certified letter in which to appeal the termination in writing, and provide written response to the finding of violations of Company agreement, policies and/or rules. The affiliate’s appeal and/or response correspondence must be received by the Company within 20 days of the Company’s termination letter. If the appeal is not received within 20-day period, the termination will be automatically deemed final.
c. If a affiliate files a timely appeal of termination, the Company will review and consider the termination, consider any other appropriate action, and notify the affiliate of its decision. The decision of the Company will be final and subject to no further review. In the event the termination is not rescinded, the termination will be effective as of the date of the Company’s original termination notice. The terminated affiliate may not be sponsored as a Company affiliate again.
d. Upon termination of an affiliation, all rights cease. He/she is no longer eligible for any commission, bonuses or prizes. He/she cannot advertise, purchase, sell or promote any Company products or services.
e. The terminated affiliate’s down line organization automatically transfers to his/her immediate up line.
33. Sponsorship. All affiliates have the right to sponsor others. In addition,
every person has the ultimate right to choose his/her own sponsor. If two affiliates should
claim to be the sponsors of the same new affiliate, the Company shall regard the first
application received by the corporate home office as controlling.
a. As a general rule, it is good practice to regard the first affiliate to meaningfully work with a prospective affiliate as having first claim to sponsorship, but this is not necessarily controlling. Basic tenets of common sense and consideration should govern.
b. As a convenience to its affiliates, all affiliations are completed on line it is the affiliate’s responsibility to follow through and make sure the new affiliate is properly informed and trained in the areas of the product, the compensation plan, the policies and procedures and the professional guidelines of the network marketing industry.
c. When soliciting a prospective affiliate to join the Company’s network program, the affiliate must clearly explain the following: (1) Enrollment Procedure (2) Products & Services (2) Compensation plan (3) Policies and Procedures. (4) Affiliate’s rights and duties. (5) Other important items that will affect the judgment of the prospective affiliate.
d. Affiliates should never provide false information in order to encourage the conclusion of a sales agreement or to prevent the buyer from canceling the agreement.
e. Each affiliate must identify himself or herself by name and Company ID number to the prospective buyer.
f. The Company offers no sales discounts or other concessions and the affiliate may not offer either. Any discounts offered by affiliates may be grounds for termination.
34. Transfer of Sponsorship. Transfer is rarely permitted and is actively discouraged.
Maintaining the integrity of sponsorship is absolutely mandatory for the success
of the overall organization.
a. Transfers will generally be approved in two (2) circumstances: (1) In the case of unethical sponsoring by the original sponsor. In such Cases termination of the original sponsor may take place before any transfer is considered, however the Company will be the final authority. (2) Resigning from the Company entirely and waiting six (6) months to reapply under a new sponsor.
35. Income Claims. No income claims, income projections nor income representation, nor showing of commission checks ("check waving") or any form of electronic payment may be made to prospective affiliates. Any false, deceptive or misleading claims regarding the opportunity or product/service are prohibited. In their enthusiasm, affiliates are occasionally tempted to represent hypothetical income figures based upon the inherent power of social marketing as actual income projections. This is counter-productive, since new affiliates may be quickly disappointed if their results are not as extensive or as rapid as a hypothetical model would suggest. The Company believes firmly that the income potential is great enough to be highly attractive in reality without resorting to artificial and unrealistic projections.
36. Representation of Status. In all cases, any reference the affiliate makes to him/herself must clearly set forth the affiliate’s independent status. For example, if the affiliate has a business telephone, the telephone may not be listed under the Company’s name or in any other manner which does not disclose the independent contractor status of the affiliate.
37. Subpoenas Duces Tecum (Demands for Records). Assuming proper jurisdiction, the Company will comply with all subpoenas duces tecum demanding financial compensation records of a affiliate in his/her capacity as an independent contractor with the Company.
38. Request for Records. The Company will comply fully with all requests for records accompanied by a properly prepared and signed Authorization by the person whose records are being sought. The Company will comply fully with all requests for records by government agencies with the authority to request such records and accompanied by the requisite legal documentation.
39. Newspaper Advertisement. Some Independent Representatives use
classified advertising in the newspapers to find prospects. The following rules apply:
・No advertisement may imply that a "job" or "position" is available.
・No specific income can be promised.
・Advertisements must contain no misleading facts or distortions of the Company opportunity or product line.
40. Business Cards and Stationery. Any printed materials, including business Cards and stationery, must be approved by Vista.network in advance. Criteria for approving these materials will include a judgment regarding the quality of the materials as well as properly setting forth the independent status of the affiliate.
41. Telephone Solicitation. The use of the Company’s name or copyrighted materials may not be made with automatic calling devices or "boiler room" operations either to solicit affiliates or retail customers. The use of these methods in ways that are legal and are the equivalent of the "blind ads" alluded to above cannot be regulated by the Company.
42. Press Inquiries. Any inquiries by the media are to be referred immediately to the Company. This policy is to assure accuracy and a consistent public image.
43. Indemnification and Hold Harmless. The independent Affiliate hereby
indemnifies and releases the Company, its officers, directors, agents and assigns and holds
harmless from and against the full amount of any and all claims, causes of action, judicial and
administrative proceedings suits, charges, liabilities, losses, damages, costs and expenses,
including without limitation court costs and reasonable fees and expenses of attorneys and
consultants, which are or may be made, filed or assessed against Company at any time
arising out of affiliate’s business operations and representations made by affiliate in the
operation of his/her business, arising from the following:
a. Violation and/or lack of compliance with terms of the affiliate agreement, policies and procedures, rules and regulations, marketing program manual or guidelines or any other directive from the Company as to method and manner of operation of the independent affiliate business;
b. Engaging in any conduct not authorized by the Company in the Company market program;
c. Any fraud, negligence or willful misconduct in the operation of the independent affiliate business;
d. Misrepresentation or unauthorized representation regarding the Company’s product or service, marketing opportunity or potential or the Company’s marketing program;
e. Failure to adhere to any federal, state, or local law, regulation, ordinance and/or any order or rule issue by any court of appropriate jurisdiction;
f. Engaging in any action which exceeds the scope of authority to the affiliate as granted by the Company.
g. Engaging in any activity over which Company has no effective control as to the actions of the affiliate.
44. Waiver. The Company never gives up its right to insist on compliance with these rules or with the applicable laws governing the conduct of a business. This is true in all cases, both specifically expressed and implied, unless an officer of the Company who is authorized to bind the Company in contracts or agreements specifies in writing that the Company waives any of these provisions. In addition, any time the Company gives permission for a breach of the rules, that permission does not extend to future breaches. This provision deals with the concept of "waiver," and the parties agree that the Company does not waive any of its rights under any circumstances short of the written confirmation alluded to above.
45. Governing Law. The company`s court of jurisdiction is based in the States of California, United States and shall be governed in all respects thereby. The parties agree that jurisdiction and venue shall lie with the place of acceptance of the affiliate application.
46. Partial Validity. Should any portion of these Rules and Regulations, of the affiliate’s application and agreement, or of any other instruments referred to herein or issued by Vista.network be declared invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the balance of such rules, applications, or instruments shall remain in full force and effect.
47. COMPOUNDING & ACCOUNT TERMINATIONS Any Affiliate found or suspected of "Compounding" in VISTA will face immediate account termination. All accounts will be adjusted and any refunds due will be refunded to the account holder with the original form of payment made or may even completely lose their privilege for any account refund or adjustments as described below under Section 47 "Refunds". There are no exceptions to this rule. What is Compounding? Compounding is the act of taking earnings earned from the VISTA Network platform and re buying at any decimal amount back into the account. This is compounding. Anytime an Affiliate re-enters into their account again with any package after benefits realized through VISTA NETWORKS is automatically assumed as compounding or intent to compound. THIS IS ILLEGAL AND IS NOT ALLOWED. IMMEDIATE SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION OF ANY ACCOUNT THAT IS SUBJECT TO COMPOUNDING. REFUNDS AND CREDITS WILL BE ISSUED AT THE RATE OF FEES AS LISTED IN THE POLICIES AND PRODEDURES. AFFILATE WILL NEVER BE ALLOWED BACK INTO VISTA NETWORKS, IF SUBJECT TO COMPOUNDING OR SUBJECT TO BREAKING THESE RULES, ANYTIME IN THE FUTURE.
Refunds will have to be requested in writing and it will be process in the order it was received. The affiliated will be required to provide personal information, the reason for the request, the wallet ID used on the active membership, the wallet ID where the refund will be transferred, a Valid picture ID and a signed copy of form (V-R001).
Refunds will be computed as follows:
a. Refunds requested within seventy-two hours after enrollment will be 100 % refundable.
b. Refunds requested after the firsts seventy-two hours (72 hrs) after enrolment and before or on the twentieth day will be subject to a fee of 25 % of the original purchase package.
c. Refunds requested after the twentieth day and before the fortieth day will be subject to a thirty three percent (33%) fee of the original purchase package.
d. If the affiliate requests a refund for any special circumstance such as interruption of benefits or an inconsistent benefit cycle the affiliated will be in title to a refund base on the original value of their initial package minus any benefits collected by the affiliate at the time the request is processed minus and fees as listed herein.
e. If the affiliate original investment was executed as a cash purchase Vista.network prohibits any compounding base on additional purchases to start a new eighty (80) days cycle, any such practice will cause the affiliate to forfeit all benefits. Under special circumstances Vista.network may consider applying a thirty three percent (33 %) fee of their original cash purchase or coin purchase if violation of compounding exists.
f. Refunds on all accounts with regular cycle payments will not be process on or after the fortieth day of the eighty (80) day or earlier cycle achieved by affiliate.
49. If an affiliated disregarding any of the terms conditions of the company, the affiliate will forfeit all BTC and eth and lite coin daily benefits permanently and His or her account will be terminated.
50. Vista.Network has the right to modify the Percentage (%) of the Daily benefits and or any other form of affiliated benefits at any time in order to stay within compliance and/or to assure Vista.network sustainability.
51. Daily benefits may fluctuate on a daily, weekly or monthly basis reflecting up to date average market value. Daily Benefits will stop upon completion of the cycle of 80 days or less and a new purchase will have to be completed by the affiliate in order to continue receiving benefits.
52. Affiliates are responsible for the security of their digital Wallet or hard Wallet, or and any digital tool use to promote Vista.Network business.
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