A. Retail Store Policy. With written approval from the Company, a Wellness Advocate may sell products and/or promote the doTERRA business opportunity through retail stores such as health food stores, grocery stores, and other such establishments, except in such stores or establishments that, in the Company’s sole discretion, are large enough to be considered state, regional or national chains.
B. Online Sales. Wellness Advocates may not sell doTERRA products through online auctions or mall sites, including but not limited to Walmart.com, Taobao.com, Alibaba, Tmal.com, Tencent platforms, Yahoo!, eBay or Amazon, unless they obtain written authorization from Company. Wellness Advocates may seek authorization by submitting a completed Online Auction/Mall Application, located at https://www.doterra.com/US/en, to the Company for its consideration. Upon Wellness Advocate’s acceptance of the authorization terms and conditions and upon receipt of Company’s written approval, Wellness Advocate may sell their doTERRA products on the designated mall site. Wellness Advocates may also sell doTERRA products through doTERRA Replicated Websites and doTERRA Certified Websites. Products that have been separated from a kit or package may not be sold online. Wellness Advocate acknowledges that Company may implement a minimum advertised price (MAP) policy and may use vendors to monitor MAP compliance.
C. Service Establishments. Wellness Advocates may sell products through service establishments that provide services related to the products. For example, doTERRA products may be sold through the offices of doctors and other healthcare professionals, health clubs, spas, and gyms. Hospitals may not be enrolled without written permission from compliance and legal departments.
D. Suitability. The Company reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to make a final determination as to whether an establishment is a suitable place for the sale of the products. The Company’s granting of permission in a particular case does not waive its right to enforce this policy in any and all other cases.
E. Trade Show Policy. Wellness Advocates wishing to display, promote and sell the doTERRA products and opportunity in connection with a trade show or public event may rent a booth or set up an exhibit at a trade show, public event or convention ("Convention"), subject to the Company's written approval of the Convention and the Wellness Advocate’s compliance with the following requirements:
- Complete and submit to the Company an Event Submission Form. This form can be located in the online at http://media.doterra.com/us/en/forms/event-submission.pdf
- In order to obtain a booth and secure exclusive rights, the Company must receive a form requesting permission to participate at least four weeks prior to the show.
- The Company reserves the right to only allow one booth representing the Company and products per show. Only doTERRA products and/or opportunity may be offered in the trade show booth. Only doTERRA produced marketing materials may be displayed or distributed. A purchase of a Company- Wellness Advocate banner, to display in the booth, is required. Exclusive rights are granted in the sole discretion of the Company.
- The Wellness Advocate will not reference doTERRA in any form of advertisement or promotional material that implies that doTERRA is participating in the Convention. Instead, any Company-approved advertisement or promotional material must make specific reference to the Wellness Advocate as a Wellness Advocate of doTERRA, including any maps or listings prepared by the sponsor of the Convention.
- The Wellness Advocate will not make any earnings representations without using Company’s current full earnings disclosure. Wellness Advocates may not make lavish lifestyle income claims.
- The Wellness Advocate will not use the Convention to promote any product, service, or business opportunity other than the doTERRA business in which the Wellness Advocate may be involved.
- During the Convention the Wellness Advocate must personally comply with the Policy Manual and is responsible for (i) the actions of every person who works in the booth at the Convention, (ii) all material distributed at the Convention, and (iii) all other aspects of participation in the Convention.
- In addition to the other remedies provided in the Policy Manual, the Company reserves the right to deny future Convention participation for any policy violation at a Convention.