RUNative campaign rejection reasons

This is a non extensive list of all the reasons that will result in having your campaigns rejected. RUNative also reserve the right to reject campaigns even if the offence isn’t listed here, if we feel that the campaign practice maybe harmful for our trusted publishers or for the general well being of the advertising network or our partners.RUNative also reserves the right to modify the list at anytime without notice.Please make sure you comply to all RUNative guidelines if your campaigns are regularly rejected your account can be suspended, your domain name or website suspended or your account can be permanently banned from our network.

10. Misleading billing

10.1 Offers in which the billing terms and conditions are not clear and conspicuous to users.

RUNative will reject all campaigns where billing terms and conditions are not clearly mentioned to users.

10.2 Offers in which the billing terms and conditions cannot just be provided via a link.

RUNative will reject all campaigns where the billing terms and conditions are not provided via one link.

10.3 Offers in which the prices and billing methods are not easily located on the landing page and obvious to users

RUNative will reject all campaigns where billing methods and prices are not easily found on the landing page and clear to users.

10.4 Offers in which the landing page does not provide users with the opportunity to affirmatively consent to recurrent billing or subscriptions.

RUNative will reject all landing pages where automatic rebilling or a subscription is being sold without affirmative consent of the user.

10.5 Offers in which the prices and billing information on landing page are in very small print on the website and are not clear and conspicuous to users.

RUNative will reject all landing pages where prices and billing information is hidden in the small print of the website  and not clear to our users.

10.6 Offers that are unclear that the free trial may lead into a subscription plan

We reject all campaigns that are unclear where a free trial will lead to a subscription plan or a recurring billing. 

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