Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Affiliate Program?
An affiliate programme enables individuals and companies who own websites, blogs, forums, social media influencers and writers, to monetise their traffic and fans by promoting Footstock.com. You will use tracking links provided by us to refer your users to our pages, once they generate revenue you also earn commission for those players.
Why Join FootPartners?
FootPartners is free to join and we offer the opportunity to earn great commissions by promoting Footstock.com. Your clicks, views, likes are worth money and we want to help you bridge the gap between them and our product.
How do I register an affiliate?
Simply sign up using our registration form. After you have filled out your details and registered your account, you will go into our approval process and will be able to access your login shortly after. Once you have added the tracking links, banners, reviews or any other marketing collateral to your website, you can start promoting and start Earning!
Do you have negative carryover?
No, we do not carry over negative balances from month to month. Every monthly cycle is a new chance for revenue!
How do I get paid?
We pay our affiliates up to the 15th of the month following your revenue being generated. If your revenue was generated between the 1st and 31st of May, then your commission will be paid out up to the 15th of June. We usually pay using bank transfer, Neteller, Paypal or Footstock account.
Do you accept players from every country?
We do have an exclusion list of countries within our Footstock product, please go to Footstock.com to find out more.
Are there any compliance rules I must follow?
Yes, in the UK specifically when promoting to UK Players you must adhere to the rules laid out by the relevant governing bodies on gambling and advertising. Footstock.com is licensed and regulated by the UKGC and we have a strict compliance rules we abide by.
What is Responsible Gambling?
Most people engage in gambling at some point during their lifetime and the majority of people who do enjoy gambling responsibly as a recreational activity. However, for others, gambling can become a serious addiction that can destroy their lives and hurt the people they care about. Responsible gambling has become a standard in the UK and in many countries around the world to help protect players/customers from developing risk behaviours and becoming problem gamblers.