FTC Affiliate Disclosure Compliance
The Federal Trade Commission released new disclosure compliance rules in 2015.
To ensure that readers or viewers of web media are aware if the blogger or publisher is sponsored, endorsed, or partnered with a different company, these rules have been established. If a link or product is shared, readers need to know whether the publisher makes money.
Links and posts on this site should be assumed to comply with FTC guidelines:
Some or all of the links on MotherboardFor.com are affiliate links for which I receive a small commission when certain items are purchased.
What Are Affiliate Links?
When a reader clicks on an affiliate link on MotherboardFor.com to purchase an item, the reader purchases the item from the seller directly (not from MotherboardFor.com).
MotherboardFor.com receives a commission or some other compensation from Amazon and/or other companies.
No matter if they purchase via an affiliate link or a non-affiliate link, readers pay the same price. Visitors’ prices and anything else are not affected by clicking affiliate links and non-affiliated links.
MotherboardFor.com uses the Amazon Affiliate Program.
As part of the Amazon Associates Program, MotherboardFor.com links to Amazon.com and affiliated sites, as well as other websites that may be affiliated with the Amazon Associates Program.
The price does not change if you use an affiliate link. By clicking through to the affiliate link, you will not pay more. These links aren’t pay-per-clicks.
Ultimately, I only recommend products that I personally use or would recommend to family and friends.
By purchasing, you help me continue my research and make me help many people who want to build their dream PC.
I greatly appreciate your support! Thanks a lot! ~ Hugo