Tour Striker Affiliate Program – Frequently Asked Questions
Who can join the Tour Striker Affiliate Program?
Anyone who has a Web site is eligible to apply.
Are there any costs or expenses to join?
There is no cost to sign up. It is your responsibility, however, to consult your Web developer to update your site with your link and logo provided by Tour Striker.
How does the program work?
Upon acceptance to the program, you will be provided with a unique URL that will represent your digital fingerprint with Tour Striker. You will earn 20% on all sales that are converted by customers who access www.tourstriker.com from your individual URL.
How do I know if I’m earning commissions?
You will be assigned a secure login to access your account information at www.tourstriker.com, where you can change your account information and view detailed sales reports and current commissions earned.
How and when are commissions paid?
Commissions are sent to you by check and will be paid on a quarterly basis.
What and how many items will be available to my customers through this link?
All Tour Striker products will be available except Academy/Online Lesson purchases.
What if my customer goes back to Tour Striker in the future without clicking through my link?
If that customer has established an account previously through your link, they will remain your customer no matter how they come to the site later on. All future purchases will still be commissioned to you.
Who handles customer service and returns?
We handle everything for you. Your customer can find our contact information under the “Contact” link located on the Tour Striker website.
What are my responsibilities as an affiliate partner?
Retail partners are required to sell and promote the Tour Striker line of products in some fashion on their homepage or affiliates page on their website. This can be done in any number of ways such as a banner ad, an email blast or other such ideas. You continue to be solely responsible for the development, operation, maintenance, and all materials that appear on your site. You must comply with all local, state and federal laws applicable to electronic mail marketing.