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Affiliate Partners Terms and Conditions

Rules and FAQ for the referral partner program.

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Written by Ryan Kulp
Updated over a week ago

Below are human-friendly terms for our affiliate partner program, to which you can apply here:

Ground rules

  1. The partner program is designed to be an incentive to share Fomo as a marketing tool -- it is not a coupon "hack" to save money on your personal Fomo account's bill.

  2. Affiliates are expected to refer at least 1 active customer per year, or their account may be suspended.

  3. Our team may reject Affiliate Partner applications for any reason.

Marketing "dos" and "don'ts"

Do share with your audience via email newsletters, blog posts, social media, and so on. Do not try to create high-ranking "Fomo coupon" web pages.

Learn more about promoting Fomo with email newsletters, blog posts, webinars, and videos.

Back pay

Here is how we handle belated customer referrals for partners that didn't get credit during initial customer signup.

Active affiliates

The guides below apply to affiliates who have at least 5 clicks on their referral links in the last 30 days. If you are not an active affiliate, the exceptions below do not apply.

Expired cookies

Our referral cookies only last a few days. If your referral signed up within 1-2 weeks of clicking your referral link, we'll happily credit you up to 3 months. Just have the referred customer send us an email ( confirming they joined Fomo through your link.

Forgot to refer

If you casually refer a customer to (vanilla URL), then they sign up for an active account before you provide them an incentivized referral link, we'll credit on a case by case basis, up to 3 months. Make your case to

Referred a customer before becoming a Partner

It's common for happy customers (at Fomo or otherwise) to refer other customers. If you join our Partner program after referring others, we do not "back pay" for those referrals.

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