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Camel Life, Inc.
Policy Manual – Distributor Agreement



CAMEL LIFE ® Distributor Agreement Ver. 8.29


Camel Life, Inc.

Policy Manual – Distributor Agreement Updated 08.29.17


This Camel Life Policy Manual (Policy Manual) has been incorporated into and made part of the Terms and Conditions of the Independent Consultant Agreement. This Policy Manual, the Independent Consultant Agreement, and the Business Application Addendum constitute the entire agreement (“Contract”) between Camel Life, Inc. (“Company”) and the Independent Consultant. The Contract or any part thereof may be amended by the Company in accordance with the provisions herein.

An Independent Consultant's failure to comply with the provisions of this Policy Manual or any of the referenced documents comprising the Contract between the Company and an Independent Consultant may, in the sole discretion of the Company, result in any or all of the following: termination of the distributorship of the Independent Consultant, loss of the right to sponsor other Independent Consultants, loss of the right to receive a bonus, and suspension or termination of other rights and privileges.

  1. Camel Life Company Mission: Camel Life is committed to sharing the tremendous benefits of the highest quality, therapeutic grade camel milk products with the world. Camel Life does this by:

    1. Discovering and developing the world’s highest quality therapeutic grade camel milk products;

    2. Producing our camel milk products to the highest standards of quality, purity, and safety used in the cosmetic, cosmeceutical, and nutraceutical industry.

    3. Distributing our products through Independent Consultants who, working from home, introduce, educate, and sell Camel Life products;

    4. Providing educational opportunities for all people interested in learning how camel milk products can be used as a wellness alternative;

  2. Camel Life Company Values: Camel Life will conduct business in such a way as to be a positive influence for good with each person, customer, Consultant, employee, vendor, and partner with whom it comes in contact. We choose to operate Camel Life with both our minds and our hearts. You’ll find that you can do very well by doing good!


Active: An Independent Consultant who has purchased Camel Life products within the past twelve months, and who pays the Independent Consultant Technology Fee on a monthly or annual basis is deemed “Active”.

Annual Renewal Fee: A fee that is required to be paid by an Independent Consultant to the Company to renew his or her Distributorship each year on the Independent Consultant’s anniversary signup date.

Bonus: Compensation (sometimes called “commissions”) paid by the Company to an Independent Consultant based on the volume of products sold by a Independent Consultant’s organization upon meeting the requirements of the Camel Life Sales Compensation Plan.

Business Application Addendum: For those Independent Consultants who choose to do business using an entity such as a corporation or a limited liability company, a Business Application Addendum must be completed and submitted for review. The Business Application Addendum must list all Persons who are partners, shareholders, principals, officers, beneficiaries, directors or members of a Corporation.

Company: Company or “Camel Life” means Camel Life, Inc.

Company Credit: Company Credit is an Independent Consultant’s account receivable balance. Company Credit can be used to purchase product or can be redeemed for cash (compare, Product Credit).

Contract: The agreements between an Independent Consultant and the Company comprised of this Policy Manual and the Independent Consultant Agreement together with any Business

Application Addendum.

Corporation: Any business entity such as a corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or other form of business organization legally formed under the laws of the state in which it was organized.

Customer. The term “Customer” means purchasers of Camel Life products who are not Independent Consultants of the Company.

Distributorship: The term Distributorship is another term for the business of any Independent Consultant, as represented by an Independent Consultant’s contractual relationship with the Company.

Camel Life Intellectual Property: Camel Life Intellectual Property means all intellectual property which Camel Life Holdings, LLC or an affiliated company claims to own, or claims a right to use, including but not limited to trademarks, trade names, service marks, and content of its publications, whether registered with relevant governmental authorities or not.

Downline: Another term for Organization.

Enrollee: An Enrollee is an Independent Consultant who was enrolled by an Enroller.

Enroller: Enroller is a designation that entitles an Independent Consultant to qualify for Ranks and Fast Start Bonuses in the Compensation Plan. Enrollers also enjoy the ability to identify a new Independent Consultant’s Sponsor within the Enroller’s Organization. An Enroller can also be the Sponsor.

Independent Consultant: A Person who is an independent contractor authorized by the Company to buy and sell Camel Life products to Customers, recruit other Independent Consultants into the Company, and receive Bonuses in accordance with the requirements of the Compensation Plan. An Independent Consultant's relationship to the Company is governed by the Contract. More than one Person may be included on a Distributorship as a co-applicant. In such a case, Independent Consultant refers to all Persons collectively, although each Person individually has all the Independent Consultant rights and obligations.

Independent Consultant Agreement Form: The application, whether in printed or electronic form, to become an Independent Consultant which, upon acceptance by the Company, is part of the Contract between the Independent Consultant and the Company.

Independent Consultant Technology Fee: A fee charged by the Company to all Independent Consultants on a monthly basis. This fee covers use of a replicating website, technology tools such as genealogy reports, customer reports, Camel Life payment portal, training, etc.

Local Market: A single state or grouping of states or other geographic or geopolitical territory designated by the Company.

Camel Life Rewards Program: The Camel Life Rewards Program (CLRP) is a product ordering program wherein an Independent Consultant can set up automatic monthly deliveries of Camel Life products, and which may qualify an Independent Consultant to receive Product Credits and other benefits in the Compensation Plan.

Organization: The group of Independent Consultants sponsored in an Independent Consultant’s direct and subsequent downline chain of sponsorship.

Person: An individual, corporation, partnership, or other legal entity.

Ranks: Designations earned by and given to Independent Consultants in the Company’s Compensation Plan structure, including: Consultant, Executive Consultant, Star Consultant, Silver Consultant, Gold Consultant, Super Star, Royalty. Ranks are earned and determined each month.

Policy Manual: Another term for this Contract.

Product Claims: Claims related to the efficacy or effect of Camel Life products. Product claims are regulated by federal, state, or local governments in which the Independent Consultant does business, including the Food and Drug Administration, Federal Trade Commission, or similar governmental agencies in the jurisdiction of the Independent Consultant.

Product Credits: Product Credits are non-cash redeemable points that can be used to purchase Company designated products. Product Credits are granted as part of the CLRP, and in the discretion of the Company for deserving Independent Consultants and Customers. No Personal Volume or Organizational Volume is associated with the redemption of Product Credits.

Consultant: Consultant is the title of an entry level distributor in the Compensation Plan.

Sales Aid: Any material, whether physically printed or in digital form, used in the offer or sale of Company products, recruitment of prospective Independent Consultants, or training of Independent Consultants, which refers to the Company, the Company products, the Compensation Plan, or Camel Life Intellectual Property.

Sponsor: An Independent Consultant who has another Independent Consultant placed directly underneath him in his Organization (compare, Enroller).

Camel Life Ethics and Expectations

Camel Life expects and requires its Independent Consultants sales to conduct themselves in accordance with the highest standards of ethical behavior. Camel Life Independent Consultants are expected to practice the following ethical behavior when introducing people to, and representing the Company and its products. Violations of the Code of Ethics may subject the Independent Consultant to disciplinary action by the Company depending on the violation. The following guidelines help ensure a uniform standard of excellence throughout the Camel Life organization. All Independent Consultants should:

  1. Be respectful and professional while conducting Camel Life business.

  2. Conduct themselves and their business activities in an ethical, moral, legal and financially honest manner. Independent Consultants should not engage in activities and behavior that would bring disrespect or embarrassment to Camel Life, its corporate officers, employees, themselves, or other Independent Consultants.

  3. Refrain from making negative or disparaging statements about other companies, their employees, or their products.

  4. Refrain from making negative or disparaging statements about other Camel Life Independent Consultants.

  5. Be truthful in representations of Camel Life products. Do not make diagnostic, therapeutic, curative or exaggerated claims. Under no circumstances should a Camel Life Independent Consultant claim that any Company products can be used to cure, heal, or treat known diseases.

  6. Provide support and encouragement to customers and provide, support, training, and assistance to those they recruit into the Company to ensure that their experience with Camel Life is meaningful and rewarding.

  7. Accurately teach and represent the Camel Life Compensation Plan. Be honest in explaining the income one may earn under the Compensation Plan. Independent Consultants should not use their own income as an indication of other’s potential success, or use compensation checks as marketing materials.

  8. Abide by all Camel Life policies and procedures as they are currently found in this Policy Manual and the other Contract documents, and as they may be amended in the future.

Becoming an Independent Consultant

The Independent Consultant and Customer relationships are the most valuable relationship at Camel Life. The Company takes great pleasure in teaming up with Independent Consultants to present and offer our cutting edge and life changing products and opportunity.

  1. Becoming an Independent Consultant. To become a Camel Life Independent Consultant, each applicant must:

    1. Purchase one of the available Enrollment Kits offered by the Company and pay the monthly Independent Consultant Technology Fee at enrollment and for each month thereafter.*

    2. Submit a properly completed Independent Consultant Agreement to the Company within 3 business days from the date of the Agreement;

    3. Be of legal age in his or her state of residence and be competent to enter into the Agreement;

    4. Have and provide a valid social security number or tax identification number.

  2. Acceptance or Rejection of Independent Consultant Applications. Camel Life reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to approve or decline submitted Independent Consultants Application or online sign up.

  3. Inaccurate Applications. An incomplete, incorrect, or fraudulent form will be deemed invalid and will be rejected upon discovery.

  4. Binding Effect of One Member of a Distributorship. Where there are one or more Persons who will be a part of a Distributorship as co-applicants, the action, consent or acceptance by one binds the entire Distributorship.

  5. Duty to Maintain Accurate Information. To help ensure that the Company has the most current information, Independent Consultants must advise the Company of changes to the submitted forms and attachments. Proposed changes to personal information should be submitted on a new Independent Consultant or Business Application Addendum with the word “Amended” written across the top. All parties to the Distributorship should sign the amended agreement before submitting it to the Company.

  6. Business Application Addendum. A corporation or limited liability company, LLC may become a Camel Life Independent Consultant by submitting, with the

    Business Application Addendum, true and correct copies of the formation documents, together with any other related documents the Company will request. The authorized officer, agent or trustee will sign the Independent Consultant. The signup of a business entity cannot be done online.

  7. Term of Contract and Contract Renewal. The term of the Contract is one year from the date it is submitted to Camel Life. Unless the Independent Consultant notifies the Company of his or her intent not to renew, or unless the Contract is terminated by the Company, the Contract is automatically renewed each year on its annual anniversary date. The Independent Consultant agrees to pay an annual renewal fee on or before the anniversary date of acceptance of the application. The Independent Consultant agrees and authorizes the Company to automatically charge the credit card on file with the Company in the amount of $29.00 each year on the anniversary date to renew the Contract with the Company. The Company may elect to add the annual renewal fee to the next product order. The annual renewal fee helps the Company provide the Independent Consultant with the necessary support materials and information on products and services, Company programs, policies and procedures, and related matters. This fee also offsets the continuing development and improvement of Camel Life technology tools.

  8. Simultaneous Interests in Distributorships Prohibited. An Independent Consultant may not have a simultaneous beneficial interest or be a co-applicant in more than one Distributorship. A beneficial interest includes, but is not limited to, any ownership interest; any rights to present or future benefits, financial or otherwise; rights to purchase at wholesale prices; recognition; or other tangible or intangible benefits associated with a Distributorship. Married spouses must be part of the same Distributorship, and cannot have more than one Distributorship between them. A business owner cannot have a Distributorship in the name of the business and a separate Distributorship in the owner’s own name or another business.

  9. Independent Contractor Relationship Between Independent Consultant and the Company. An Independent Consultant is an independent contractor and not an employee, agent, partner, legal representative or franchisee of Camel Life. An Independent Consultant is not authorized to and will not incur any debt, expense or obligation, or open any checking account on behalf of, for, or in the name of Camel Life. Independent Consultants control the manner and means by which they operate their Camel Life businesses, subject to compliance with the Contract. Independent Consultants are solely responsible for paying all expenses they incur, including but not limited to travel, food, lodging, secretarial, office, long distance telephone and other expenses. Independent Consultants are not treated as employees of the Company for federal or state tax purposes, and acknowledge and agree that the Company is not responsible for withholding and shall not withhold or deduct from bonuses and commissions FICA, or taxes of any kind, unless such withholding becomes legally required. Independent Consultants are bound by all sales tax collection and remittance

    agreements between the Company, all appropriate taxing jurisdictions, and all related rules and procedures.

  10. Company Recognition. The Company may choose to recognize Independent Consultants at selected events and in various publications including conventions and magazines. Recognition will be based upon criteria and standards adopted and changed, from time to time, by the Company. The Company will typically recognize Independent Consultants at the highest Rank they achieved for at least three of the most recent twelve months, except for first time Rank achievement.

  11. Georgia Residents. Georgia State law requires that a multilevel marketing or direct sales company shall make available certain disclosures regarding the company prior to obtaining participants. Attached as Exhibit A to the Policy Manual is your official notice that you have the right to request to see these disclosures prior to entering any agreement with a multilevel distribution or direct sales company.

* Each Camel Life Independent Consultant is required to pay the monthly Independent Consultant Technology Fee. This charge is made upon becoming a Camel Life Independent Consultant and is charged to the Independent Consultant automatically by the Company on the anniversary day (join date) of each month for the duration of the Independent Consultants relationship with Camel Life. In the event that the Independent Consultant Technology Fee remains unpaid for more than 15 days after the first day of each month, the Independent Consultant’s relationship with the Company (your Distributorship) will be terminated by the Company. In the event of such termination, any downline established by such Independent Consultant will roll up to the Independent Consultant directly above the terminated Independent Consultant and no further commissions, bonuses, or benefits will be paid to the terminated Independent Consultant. In the event that a terminated Independent Consultant wishes to “rejoin” Camel Life as an Independent Consultant, he or she will be required to purchase a new Enrollment Kit, agree to the then current Contract, and will be placed within the organization as determined by the Company. In no event will such Independent Consultant be entitled to be placed back into the organization in the position he or she was in prior to termination. In other words, a terminated Independent Consultant will lose his or her rank and downline. The Independent Consultant Technology Fee is subject to change and adjustment annually, on the anniversary date of each Independent Consultants relationship with the Company.

Purchasing Camel Life Products

  1. No Continuing Requirement to Purchase Products. Once enrolled as a Camel Life Independent Consultant (ie after purchase of the Enrollment Kit), that Independent Consultant is not required to purchase any product to maintain status as a Camel Life Independent Consultant.

  2. Authorization to Resell Camel Life Products. Only Independent Consultants may purchase or offer Camel Life products for resale.

  3. Purchasing Product Solely to Qualify for Bonuses is Prohibited. The Camel Life opportunity is built on retail sales to the ultimate consumer. The Company encourages Independent Consultants to only purchase inventory that the Independent Consultant and the Independent Consultant’s family will personally consume, use as a sales tool, or that will be resold to others for their ultimate consumption. Purchasing product solely for the purpose of qualifying for Bonuses is prohibited. Independent Consultants are not allowed to purchase inventory in an amount which unreasonably exceeds that which can be expected to be resold, used as a sales tool, or consumed within a reasonable period of time. The Company retains the right to limit the amount of purchases the Independent Consultant may make if, in its sole judgment, it believes those purchases are being made primarily for qualification purposes instead of for consumption or resale. In addition, the Company reserves the right to recover Bonuses paid if it is discovered by the Company that the Bonuses have been generated on what the Company deems to be sales in violation of the Contract.

  4. Repackaging Prohibited. Independent Consultants may not print their own labels or repackage Camel Life products. Products are to be sold in their original packaging only.

  5. Credit Card Use. Independent Consultants are strongly discouraged from using their own credit cards to purchase products for another Independent Consultant or Customer. Independent Consultants are prohibited from using their own credit cards to purchase products for another Independent Consultant who has been an Independent Consultant for less than 30 days. Independent Consultants may not place a product order using someone else’s credit card without the credit card owner’s written permission. In those rare circumstances where it is necessary to purchase product for another Independent Consultant or Customer, the Company must receive written permission from the Independent Consultant for whom the product order is being placed. Failure to produce such permission upon request of the Company may result in cancellation of the sale, forfeiture of commissions resulting from the sale, and other disciplinary action as outlined herein.

  6. Declined Charge Fees. Independent Consultants are responsible to reimburse the Company for the cost declined debit or credit card fees. All declined credit card or debit card charges will result in a minimum $10 declined card fee.

Product Return Policy

  1. Returns on Products Within 30 Days.

    1. Camel Life will refund one hundred percent (100%) of the purchase price (plus applicable tax if prepaid) of Currently Marketable products that are returned by an Independent Consultant or Customer within thirty (30) days of purchase from the Company, less shipping costs and paid Bonuses.

    2. Camel Life will provide a Product Credit of one hundred percent (100%) of the purchase price (plus applicable tax if prepaid) or a refund of ninety percent (90%) of the purchase price (plus applicable tax if prepaid) on products not Currently Marketable that are returned by an Independent Consultant or Customer within (30) days of purchase, less shipping costs and paid Bonuses.

  2. Returns Thirty-one (31) days to Ninety (90) days After Purchase. From thirty-one (31) days and up to ninety (90) days from the date of purchase, Camel Life will provide a Product Credit of one hundred percent (100%) or a refund of ninety percent (90%) of the purchase price (plus applicable tax if prepaid) on Currently Marketable products that are returned by an Independent Consultant or Customer, less shipping costs and paid Bonuses.

  3. Currently Marketable. Products and Sales Aids shall be deemed currently marketable if each of the following elements is satisfied: 1) they are unopened and unused; 2) packaging and labeling have not been altered or damaged; 3) the product and packaging are in a condition such that it is a commercially reasonable practice within the trade to sell the merchandise at full price; 4) the product expiration date has not elapsed; and 5) the product contains current Camel Life labeling. Products shall not be considered Currently Marketable if the Company discloses prior to purchase that the products are seasonal, discontinued, limited time offers, or special promotion products not subject to the Return Policy.

  4. Return of Damaged or Incorrectly Sent Products. Camel Life will exchange products if the returned products were received by the purchaser in damaged condition or were incorrectly sent. Such products must be returned within fifteen (15) days of receipt. Whenever possible, returned products will be replaced with undamaged products. However, when an exchange is not feasible, the Company reserves the right to issue a credit for the amount of the exchanged products.

  5. Duty to Retain Sales Order Number. For the Company to correctly recoup the applicable Bonuses on returned products, the original sales order number from the invoice must be retained. This number must be provided to the Company at the time the request for a refund is made.

  6. Enrollment Kit Returns. Products purchased as part of an Enrollment Kit must be returned as the entire kit, and all products must in Marketable condition.

  7. Refund Alternatives. The Company in its discretion may determine the acceptable refund alternatives for product returns, including but not limited to the following: Camel Life Company Credit, Product Credit, bank check, bank transfer, or credit card charge back, and as outlined herein. The actual form of refund will be based upon payment procedures in the Local Market and the original form of payment. Refunds will only be paid to the original payor.

  8. Return Procedure. To obtain a refund for returned products or Sales Aids, an Independent Consultant must comply with these procedures:

  1. Approval for the return must be received prior to the return of the shipment to the Company. This approval must be obtained, either by telephone or in writing, and the actual return shipment must be accompanied by the Independent Consultant number.

  2. The Company will provide the Independent Consultant with the correct procedures and location for returning the products. All return shipping costs must be paid for by the Independent Consultant.

  3. Products returned to the Company without prior authorization will not qualify for a product credit or refund and will be returned to the Independent Consultant at the Independent Consultant's expense.

  4. This return/refund procedure may vary in jurisdictions where different repurchase requirements are imposed by law. Applicable laws may dictate the terms of the refund policy.

  5. The Company may charge a $15 fee for shipments that are refused at the point of delivery and returned to the Company.

  1. Company’s Right to Recoup Unearned Bonuses. Bonuses are paid to Independent Consultants based on the purchase of Company products by retail customers or by members of their Downline Organization. When products are returned, the Company has the right to recoup the Bonuses that were paid based on the purchase of the products that were returned. The Company may recoup these Bonuses by requiring an Independent Consultant to pay the Company directly, or the Company may withhold the amount of the Bonus from future Bonus payments.

  2. Credit Card Charge Backs. Independent Consultants are required to return products under the Company’s product exchange and return policies rather than doing a credit card chargeback.

Retail Sales

  1. Three-Day Money Back Guarantee. United States law requires an Independent Consultant to offer a three (3) day money-back guarantee to his or her retail customers (Alaska residents have five business days; North Dakota residents age 65 or over have 15 business days). This means that Independent Consultants must, for any reason and upon request, give a full refund of the purchase price to the customer. The customer is required to request the refund within three (3) business days of purchase and return the unused portion of product (Alaska residents have five business days; North Dakota residents age 65 or over have 15 business days). Independent Consultants must give a refund for returned products within ten (10) days of the customer's request.

    Montana Residents: A Montana resident may cancel his or her Independent Consultant Agreement within fifteen (15) days from the date of enrollment, and may return his or her Enrollment Kit and any products he or she purchased for a full refund with such time period.

  2. Duty to Provide Sales Receipts. Independent Consultants must provide the customer with copies of a completed retail sales receipt at the time of the sale.


Enrolling or Sponsoring an Independent Consultant

  1. Duty to Accept Contractual Responsibilities. Before an Independent Consultant may act as an Enroller or Sponsor, the Independent Consultant must meet all requirements and accept all responsibilities described in the Contract.

  2. Placement. An Independent Consultant may refer Persons to the Company as applicants to become Independent Consultants. Upon acceptance by the Company of the Independent Consultant Agreement, applicants are placed in the Organization of the Enroller listed on the Independent Consultant Agreement.

  3. Training and Support of Organization. In order to be a successful Enroller or Sponsor, an Independent Consultant should assume training and support obligations for Independent Consultants in his Organization. An Independent Consultant's success can

    come only through the systematic sale of Company products and the product sales of other Independent Consultants within his/her Organization.

  4. Open Local Markets. An Independent Consultant is entitled to enroll or sponsor other Independent Consultants only in Open Local Markets.

  5. Becoming a Successful Enroller or Sponsor. To be a successful Enroller or Sponsor and leader, an Independent Consultant should perform the following responsibilities:

    1. Offer and provide regular sales and organizational training, guidance, and encouragement to the Independent Consultant’s Organization. An Enroller or Sponsor should maintain contact with everyone in his or her Organization and be available to answer questions;

    2. Exercise the Independent Consultant’s best efforts to ensure that all Independent Consultants in the Independent Consultant’s Organization properly understand and comply with the terms and conditions of the Contract and applicable national and local laws, ordinances, and regulations;

    3. Intervene in any disputes arising between a customer and any of the Independent Consultant’s Organization and attempt to resolve the dispute promptly and amicably;

    4. Provide training to ensure that product sales and opportunity meetings conducted by the Independent Consultant’s Organization are conducted in accordance with the Contract and in accordance with any applicable laws, ordinances, and regulations;

    5. Promptly resolve any disputes between the Independent Consultant, other Independent Consultants, and the Organization of the Independent Consultant; and

    6. Educate those Independent Consultants the Independent Consultant enrolls and sponsors about the Company Policies.

  6. Enroller and Sponsor Duty of Care. Enrollers and Sponsors have a responsibility and special duty of care to ensure that their actions or omissions do not cause or result in loss, harm or embarrassment to anyone in their Organization or the Company, and must promptly act to rectify any such loss, harm or embarrassment.

    At the time of joining, Enrollers should ensure that those they enroll are informed about who is to be their Enroller. Independent Consultants should not leave the assignment of enrolling of a new Independent Consultant to their upline or some other person.

  7. Realignment of All or Part of an Organization. The Company reserves the right to move or realign an Organization, or parts thereof, from Enrollers or Sponsors who violate the terms of this Policy Manual or who commit or are involved in conduct of moral turpitude as determined by the Company in its sole discretion. Nothing herein requires the Company to take any action, nor does it waive any rights by postponing or declining to do so.

Examples of conduct of moral turpitude may include but are not limited to: unwelcome sexual advances or communications, failure to repay debts, bankruptcy, physical harm, mischief or abuse, theft, interference with family relationships, fraudulent misrepresentation of Company products or opportunities.

The Company will give 30 day’s advance notice to any Enroller or Sponsor whose Organization is being moved or realigned.

Placements, Line Switching, and Cross and Moving Prohibitions

  1. Initial Placement. At the time when a new Independent Consultant is enrolled, the Enroller of the new Independent Consultant may place the new Independent Consultant anywhere in the Enroller’s Organization.

  2. Placement Changes Within Fourteen Days of Signup. Within 14 calendar days of a new Independent Consultant’s signup with the Company, the Enroller may move the new Independent Consultant one time anywhere in the Enroller’s Organization (i.e. not outside the Enroller’s Organization), subject to the Company’s approval.

  3. Placement Changes After Fourteen Days. After the above-described time period passes, an Independent Consultant is in final placement and the Company will normally not approve requests to place Independent Consultants elsewhere in an Organization.

    1. Placement changes are rare and must be specifically approved in writing by the Company’s Exceptions Committee.

    2. Before authorizing a placement change, the Company will consider, among other factors, the following:

      1. Whether the Independent Consultant to be moved has not been active for at least six months (twelve months if Gold Consultant Rank or higher),

      2. Whether the Independent Consultant to be moved obtains written consent (verified by notarized signatures or other means) of the Enrollers who are above the Independent Consultant,

      3. Whether the change will cause Rank advancement,

      4. Whether a change of historical bonus payments will occur,

      5. Whether an Independent Consultant has breached the Contract,

      6. The effect of the change on the Organization, and

      7. Any other relevant facts.

  4. A qualified Independent Consultant with the rank of Gold Consultant or

    higher who personally enrolls a new Independent Consultant that achieves the rank of Silver Consultant within three months of enrollment will be allowed to place the new enrollee anywhere within the Enroller’s organization. This move can only be made by speaking directly with the Company. For the purpose of calculating three months in this paragraph, month one is the calendar month that the Independent Consultant is enrolled if enrolled on or before the 10th calendar day of the calendar month. If the

    Independent Consultant is enrolled after the 10th calendar day of the month then month one will be the following calendar month.

  5. Cross-Company and Cross-Line Moving Prohibited.

  1. Cross-Company Recruiting. The actual or attempted solicitation, enrollment, encouragement, or effort to influence in any way, either directly or indirectly (including but not limited to, through a website), another Camel Life Independent Consultant or customer to enroll or participate in another network marketing opportunity. This conduct constitutes recruiting even if the actions of the Independent Consultant are in response to an inquiry made by another Distributor.

  2. Cross-Line Moving. The actual or attempted solicitation, enrollment, encouragement, or effort to influence in any way, either directly or indirectly (including but not limited to, through a website), the enrollment of an individual who, or entity that, already has a current Distributorship with Camel Life, within a different line of sponsorship. Cross-Line Moving also applies to the enrollment of an individual or entity that has had a Distributorship with Camel Life within the past six months, or in the case of an Independent Consultant with the rank of Silver or higher, within the past twelve months.

  3. Prohibition. Independent Consultants are prohibited from Cross-Company Recruiting or Cross-Line Moving. The use of a spouse or relative’s name, trade names, DBAs, assumed names, corporations, partnerships, trusts, federal ID numbers, or fictitious ID numbers to circumvent this policy is prohibited.

  4. Injunctive Relief Available to the Company. Independent Consultants stipulate and agree that Cross-Company Recruiting and Cross-Line Moving constitute an unreasonable and unwarranted interference with the contractual relationship between the Company and its Distributors, and conversion of the Company’s property and misappropriation of the Company’s trade secrets. Independent Consultants further stipulate and agree that any violation of this rule will inflict immediate and irreparable harm on the Company, that the harm to the Company exceeds any benefit that the Independent Consultant may derive, and that the Company shall be entitled, in addition to any other remedies that may be available, to immediate, temporary, preliminary and permanent injunctive relief without bond, and that such injunctive relief may extend the post-termination period of this restriction for up to one (1) year from the date of the last violation of this provision. The provisions of this Section survive the termination of the Contract. Nothing herein waives any other rights and remedies the Company may have in relation to the use of its Confidential Information or any other violations of the Contract. Further, Independent Consultants agree that appearing in, being referenced in, or allowing their name or likeness to be featured or referenced in any promotional, recruiting or solicitation materials for another direct selling company constitutes Cross- Company Recruiting during a period of one year after termination of the Contract.

    The Camel Life Sales Compensation Plan

    There are two fundamental ways in which an Independent Consultant can earn bonuses: (1) through retail markups; and (2) through bonuses (sometimes called commissions) paid on a Independent Consultant’s product sales and the sales of other Independent Consultants in his Organization.

    Retail Markups. Independent Consultants buy Camel Life products from the Company at wholesale prices for resale to customers, for use as sales aids, or for personal consumption. The Company suggests retail prices. However, Independent Consultants are free to set their own selling price, so long as the price is above the wholesale price, and the purchasers personally consume the products they purchase. Advertisements are to be in accordance with the Company minimum advertised pricing policy. As a result, the Company neither provides an estimate of average income from retail sales nor includes retail income in its average bonus information.

    Bonuses. Independent Consultants can also earn bonuses based on the sale of products in all markets where the Company conducts business. Not all products or promotions from the Company generate bonuses. All products or promotions that will generate a bonus are assigned a Personal Volume (PV) value.

    1. Definitions

      Commissionable Order: An order that is assigned Personal Volume points, which is timely ordered and paid for by a Independent Consultant.

      Company Volume: Company Volume is the total amount of personal volume earned by all Independent Consultants currently doing business with Camel Life, including the Independent Consultant’s own purchases, and purchases from Retail Customers.

      Frontline Organization: A Frontline Organization is the Organization of one of an Independent Consultant’s personally sponsored Independent Consultants and his Customers.

      Local Market Volume: The collective Personal Volume of all Independent Consultants that live in a designated Local Market.

      Organizational Volume (OV): The Personal Volume of a Independent Consultant plus the Personal Volume of all other Independent Consultants in the Independent Consultant’s Organization.

      Personal Volume (PV): The point value of products purchased by a Independent Consultant in one calendar month, primarily for resale to customers or personal consumption of the Independent Consultant. Not all products qualify for PV value. PV does not include purchases of product with Product Credit. The PV of a product is clearly delineated on the Camel Life website.

      Primary Bonus: The sum total of all bonuses paid to an Independent Consultant except the Fast Start Bonus. The Primary Bonus consists of Unilevel and Retail Bonuses. The Primary Bonus is paid monthly.

      Qualified Leg: A Qualified Leg is an Enrollee who attains a designated Rank within a Frontline Organization of his Enroller. For purposes of an Enroller’s Rank qualification, each Qualified Leg must be within a separate Frontline Organization of the Enroller.

      Qualified CLRP Orders. A Qualified CLRP Order is a single CLRP order of at least 100 PV in the qualifying month for a sponsored Independent Consultant. All Qualified CLRP Orders must be paid for by credit card or check in the name of the Independent Consultant listed on the account, and must be shipped to the primary address listed on the account. A Qualified CLRP Order that is returned will result in recoupment of the unearned but previously paid bonus earned.

    2. Bonuses. Compensation to Independent Consultants rewards the efforts of everyone from the beginning Independent Consultant to the seasoned professional Independent Consultant. Camel Life’s bonuses include the Retail Profit Bonus, Fast Start Bonus, Unilevel Bonus, Enrollment Kit Bonus, and Generation Bonuses. Additional bonuses, contest bonuses, vehicle bonuses, vacation bonuses, and special event bonuses may be added at any time by the Company.

      1. Fast Start – an Enroller based bonus.

        Overview. A Fast Start Bonus is paid to Enrollers for all Commissionable Orders placed in the first sixty (60) days by a new Independent Consultant’s account. The bonus is paid to the new Independent Consultant’s first and second level Enrollers. The first level Enroller receives twenty five (25) percent, and the second level Enroller receives ten

        (10) percent.

        To qualify for the Fast Start Bonus each Enroller must (1) have a Loyalty Rewards Program (CLRP) template set to purchase at least 100 PV for the month, and (2)

        purchase a Qualified CLRP Order. Unearned bonuses do not roll up to any other Enroller. The previous months commission is calculated and determined on first Monday of the month following the commissionable month. Commission payments are made monthly. No Unilevel Bonus is paid on these orders.

      2. Unilevel Bonus – an Organizational bonus.

        Overview. The Unilevel Bonus is paid to Independent Consultants each month. The Unilevel Bonus is based on the monthly volume of the Organization of the Independent Consultant. A particular month’s Unilevel Bonus is dependent upon the monthly Rank for which the Independent Consultant has qualified and the monthly Organizational Volume of the Independent Consultant. The Rank and Organizational volume requirements must be met each month. By compression, essentially all Unilevel is paid to Consultants. Purchases on which Fast Start Bonuses are paid do not get included in the Unilevel volume.

        Achieving Ranks. Each Rank has minimum monthly requirements of Personal Volume and Organizational Volume. For instance, the Executive Consultant Rank requires 100 PV and 500 OV. All other Ranks require a minimum 100 PV purchase.

        Ranks and Levels. Each Rank corresponds to the number of organizational levels from which the Independent Consultant can receive compensation. For example, the Rank of Consultant receives compensation from two levels, the Rank of Gold Consultant receives compensation from four levels, and the Rank of Star Consultant receives compensation from four levels, Ranks of Silver Consultant or higher receive compensation from five levels. Ranks from Gold Consultant and higher also may qualify to receive Generation bonuses. Generally, as an Independent Consultant advances in Rank, she is paid from deeper levels in her Organization, until she reaches Gold. All ranks from Gold to Royalty qualify to earn Generation Bonuses in addition to earning bonuses from volume in her down line organization.

        Compression. The Camel Life Sales Compensation Plan maximizes payment to Independent Consultants through Compression. When an Independent Consultant’s Rank does not qualify the Independent Consultant to receive a bonus of a level associated with higher Ranks, the bonus will roll up and be paid to higher ranked Independent Consultants who do qualify for the bonus on the higher level.

      3. Generation Bonuses.

        Overview of the Generation Bonuses. The Generation Bonuses are earned and paid each month to Gold Ranks and above. An Independent Consultant qualifies to be paid from these bonus pools when the Independent Consultant meets the Rank requirements in a particular month. A share’s monthly bonus is equal to the designated pool’s percentage (2% or 3%), multiplied by the Company Volume for the same month, and divided by the number of shares of Independent Consultants who have qualified for a share or shares in the month.

        Shares in the Generation Bonus Pool. Each Gold receives one share in the Generation Bonus Pool. Each Super Star receives three shares in the

        Generation Bonus Pool, and each Royalty receives five shares in the pool. Shares do not cumulate from one Rank to the next. For example, an Independent Consultant who moves from Gold to Super Star is entitled to three shares, and not one share from the Gold pool and three shares from the Super Star pool.

      4. The Camel Life Rewards Program

        Overview. Independent Consultants and Retail Customers can ensure to receive monthly deliveries of Camel Life products by enrolling in the Loyalty Rewards Program (CLRP) after the first month of enrollment. CLRP eliminates the inconvenience of placing monthly orders manually.

        Acting on Behalf of Another. A Independent Consultant may not set up an CLRP order on behalf of another participating Independent Consultant without written permission from the participating Independent Consultant, which written permission must be on file with the Company prior to setting up the order. Such an order must be paid for by the participating Independent Consultant and must be shipped to the primary address listed on the participant’s account.

      5. Special or Promotional Bonuses or Rewards

        From time to time, special bonuses or promotions are offered to Independent Consultants and Customers. The products offered in this way may or may not have any PV and may not qualify an Independent Consultant for bonuses resulting from the purchase of these products. The details of each of these offerings will be made available at

      6. General and Miscellaneous Compensation Provisions

No Compensation Solely for Enrolling Another. While Independent Consultants are paid for product sales, an Independent Consultant receives no compensation for enrolling or sponsoring other Independent Consultants.

No Guaranteed Compensation. As with any other sales opportunity, the compensation earned by Independent Consultants varies significantly. There is actually no cost to become an Independent Consultant since Independent Consultants qualify as such by purchasing one of the Company Enrollment Kits. Camel Life does not sell an opportunity, we sell products. People become Independent Consultants for various reasons. Some just want to be able to purchase products for their own personal use at a discount. Some join the business to improve their skills or to experience the management of their own business. Others become Independent Consultants, but for various reasons, other than the initial Enrollment Kit, never purchase products from the Company. Consequently, many Independent Consultants never qualify to receive bonuses. Independent Consultants are neither guaranteed a specific income nor assured any level of profit or success. The profit and success of an Independent Consultant can come only through the successful sale of products and the sales of other Independent Consultants within the Organization of the Independent Consultant.

All success is based primarily on the efforts of each Independent Consultant. Camel Life will make considerable efforts to assist those Independent Consultants who wish to build organizations and profit from their efforts by providing insights, ideas, concepts,

and plans and by continuing to improve upon and create products which are desired by the general public.

Effort. Generating meaningful compensation as an Independent Consultant requires considerable time, effort, and commitment. This is not a get rich quick program.

There are no guarantees of financial success. We at Camel Life take this business very seriously. We also understand that our success depends largely upon the quality and usefulness of our products as well as the integrity of our entire Company, from CEO to Independent Consultant.

Inclusion in a Period’s Bonus. A Person must become an approved Independent Consultant by the last day of the bonus period in order to be included in that period’s bonus and qualification computations. Products must be purchased, and payment received, by the last day of the bonus period in order to be paid or qualify for a Rank for that period.

Preconditions to Bonus Payments. Independent Consultants can receive a bonus only if they fulfill all requirements of the Camel Life Sales Compensation Plan and are not in default of any material obligations under the Contract.

Payment of Bonus. A bonus is paid to the primary applicant on the Independent Consultant Agreement Form.

Redemption of Company Credit. If a Company Credit is issued on products ordered but not available that month, Personal Volume for those products will only be included in Bonus and Rank qualification computations for the month in which that credit is redeemed.

Duty to Retain Documents. Each Independent Consultant receiving a bonus agrees to retain documentation, for at least six years, which evidences retail sale of products and services in the month for which the bonus was paid. Independent Consultant agree to make this documentation available to the Company at the Company's request. Failure to do so constitutes a breach of the Contract and entitles the Company to recoup any bonus paid for orders in a month for which retail sales documentation is not maintained. Claw back of Bonuses. In addition to any recoupment rights otherwise set forth in the Contract, the Company reserves the right to claw back or recoup any bonuses paid to Independent Consultants on products:

  1. returned under the Company's Return Policy;

  2. returned to the Company under any applicable law;

  3. returned in relation to any incident of Independent Consultant misconduct, including but not limited to, unauthorized or misleading representations regarding an offer or sale of any product or service, or a Camel Life Sales Compensation Plan opportunity; or

  4. purchased in an amount which unreasonably exceeds that which can be expected to be resold and/or consumed within a reasonable period of time. Payment of Recouped Bonuses. In recouping bonus payments as provided in this section, the Company, in its sole discretion, may require direct payment from an

    affected Independent Consultant or offset the amount of the recoupment against any present or future bonuses.

    Product Claims

    1. Food and Drug Administration Standards. Many products fall under nutritional and cosmetic classifications set forth by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA regulates and oversees the production and sale of nutritional and cosmetic products to assure their safety and proper representation to the public. The FDA also has labeling and packaging standards with which the Company must comply.

    2. Federal Trade Commission Standards. Similarly, advertising is regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Laws enforced by the FTC require representations made by the company, or Independent Consultants, about the health benefits, performance, efficacy, safety or ingredients of Camel Life Products to be based upon competent and reliable scientific evidence that substantiates the representation being made. “Competent and reliable scientific evidence” means tests, analyses, research and/or studies using procedures generally accepted by experts in the relevant scientific field that yield accurate and reliable results and that have been conducted and evaluated in an objective manner by persons qualified to do so.

    3. Permissible Claims. An Independent Consultant may represent that Camel Life products are safe to use and are:

      1. specifically formulated to support wellness;

      2. intended to improve personal appearance;

      3. intended to improve feelings of wellness;

      4. intended to improve overall health.

    4. FDA Disclaimer. When discussing the benefits of Camel Life products, an Independent Consultant should refer to any FDA statements on Camel Life product labels such as “These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.”

    5. No Curative or Drug Claims. Our products are made using Camel Milk as an ingredient. While camel milk has been consumed for thousands of years in many parts of the world, it’s use in various forms (soaps, cosmetics, lotions, etc) is relatively new to most of the world. The internet is full of claims that Camel Milk can actually be used to heal, treat, prevent, or cure certain known diseases and ailments. In no event should an Independent Consultant make any such claims, refer potential customers or potential Independent Consultants to such published claims, nor shall an Independent Consultant maintain separate websites, blog sites, or publish any information regarding health

claims of camel milk. An Independent Consultant may not make any medical claim for any product nor specifically prescribe any given product as suitable for any specific ailment, as that type of representation implies the products are drugs rather than nutritional supplements or cosmetics. Under no circumstance should these products be likened to drug products prescribed for the treatment of specific ailments. While the Company makes every effort to achieve full compliance with complicated and periodically amended FDA regulations, no Independent Consultant should state or infer that any product is approved by the FDA. The FDA does not require or grant specific approval for individual nutritional or cosmetic products. There is no such thing as “FDA Approved”.

Disclosure. When promoting Camel Life or Camel Life products, an Independent Consultant must disclose the fact that the Independent Consultant is a Camel Life Independent Consultant who receives Bonuses and commissions from the Company.

Advertising and Use of the Company’s

Intellectual Property

  1. Camel Life Intellectual Property. Camel Life Intellectual Property, including its trademarks, service marks, trade names, trade dress, and the content of its publications, online and offline content, are valuable assets. Some of Camel Life’s intellectual property may be leased to Camel Life by Camel Life Holdings, LLC, a separate and distinct organization which may own various intellectual property assets. By using Camel Life Intellectual Property, Independent Consultants agree and acknowledge that there exists great value and good will associated with the Camel Life Intellectual Property, and acknowledge that the Company has all rights to the property and that the good will pertaining thereto belongs exclusively to the Company. Further, Independent Consultants also acknowledge that the intellectual property has a secondary meaning in the mind of the public. Intellectual property is protected by federal, state and international copyright and trademark laws and other proprietary rights. These rights are protected in all forms, including media and technologies existing now or hereinafter developed.

    The Content in Company Approved Sales Aids and its official website, including the text, graphics, logos, audio clips, music, lyrics, video, photographs, software, and other information is the property of Camel Life or Camel Life Holdings, LLC and/or its affiliates or partners, or, is licensed to Camel Life from third parties. When using Camel Life Intellectual Property and Content, Independent Consultants agree to only use Allowed Content as expressly defined and granted herein.

  2. Definitions.

    1. Apparel: Apparel includes T-shirts, hats, and other clothing articles.

    2. Allowed Content: Allowed Content means only the Content consisting of the Brochure, Flyers, Images, Presentations, and Videos which are quoted or published in the Camel Life Tools or Resources Section of, and that is related to the Local Market in which a Independent Consultant markets products or recruits other Independent Consultants.

    3. Cinematic Media: Live or recorded electronic channels through which news, entertainment, education, data, or promotional messages are disseminated, including broadcasting and narrowcasting mediums such as TV, radio, film, and audio or video. Cinematic Media does not include Computer and Telephone Based Media.

    4. Company Approved Sales Aids: Marketing materials approved for use in a specific Local Market designated in writing by the Company.

    5. Company Produced Sales Aids: Company Produced Sale Aids means marketing materials created and distributed by the Company for use in a specific Local Market designated in writing by the Company.

    6. Computer and Telephone Based Media: The transmission or display of any Content by email, static websites, or Social Media; and telephone or smart phone based transmissions or display.

    7. Content: Content means any text, graphics, logos, audio clips, video, photographs, software, or Camel Life Intellectual Property which is found in the Company Produced Sales Aid(s) or found on

    8. Camel Life Intellectual Property: Camel Life Intellectual Property means all intellectual property which Camel Life, Camel Life Holdings, LLC or an affiliated company claims to own, or claims a right to use, including but not limited to trademarks, trade names, service marks, and content of its publications, whether registered with relevant governmental authorities or not.

    9. Media Specific Guidelines: Media Specific Guidelines are Local Market specific guidelines, which set usage standards of Allowed Content for a particular format. Media Specific Guidelines must be adhered to and are posted on

    10. Merchandise: Any item that bears Camel Life Intellectual Property that is not Apparel, Cinematic Media, Company Approved Sales Aids, Company Produced Sales Aids, Computer and Telephone Based Media. Merchandise includes Sales Aid intended to be sold or sold to third parties.

    11. Sales Aid: Any material, whether physically printed or in digital form, used in the offer or sale of Company products, recruitment of prospective Independent Consultants, or training of Independent Consultants, which makes reference to the Company, the Company products, the Sales Compensation Plan, or Camel Life Intellectual Property.

    12. Social Media: The use of web based and mobile technologies to turn communication into an interactive dialogue.

  3. Allowed Uses.

    1. Subject to the Conditions of Use, Independent Consultants are permitted to use Allowed Content in the following instances:

      1. The creation and use of Sales Aids.

      2. The creation and use of a Computer or Telephone Based Media.

    2. Subject to the Conditions of Use, Independent Consultants are permitted to use Allowed Content, with written approval from the Company, in the following instances: Apparel, Cinematic Media, use on buildings and signs, Merchandise, and paid advertising online.

  4. Conditions of Use. The Allowed Uses of Allowed Content are conditioned on the following:

    1. Media Specific Guidelines. Allowed Content may only be used for Apparel, Cinematic Media, on buildings and signs, and Merchandise according to the Media Specific Guidelines found at for the specific Local Market in which the Independent Consultant is doing business.

    2. Context and True Statements. Independent Consultants may not use Allowed Content in violation of the Policy Manual or out of context, or infer meaning other than the express meaning of the Allowed Content, by the use of modifiers, additional text, or other content. All content must be true and accurate.

    3. Claims and Representation Concerning Camel Life Products. Independent Consultants may not use, and Camel Life does not support the use of any content that violates federal, state, or local laws, including those laws promulgated by the FDA and FTC and other regulatory bodies.

    4. Variations, Takeoffs or Abbreviations. Independent Consultants may not use a variation of the Allowed Content for any purpose, including phonetic equivalents, foreign language equivalents, takeoffs, or abbreviations. The following examples are unacceptable variations: “CamelLife” or “CameLife”.

    5. Slogans and Taglines. Independent Consultants may not add to, subtract from, or modify in any way Company slogans or taglines.

    6. Disparaging or Offensive Use. Independent Consultants may not use Allowed Content in a disparaging, offensive, or injurious manner.

    7. Favorable Light. All Allowed Content must be shown only in the best light, in a manner or context that reflects favorably on the Company and its products.

    8. Endorsement or Sponsorship of a Third Party. Independent Consultants may not use Allowed Content in a manner that would imply the Company’s affiliation with or endorsement, sponsorship, or support of any third party product or service, or any political cause or issue.

    9. Use in Computer or Telephone Based Media. The following sections apply to Computer and Telephone Based Media.

      1. Headers and Titles. Except for in a Camel Life Replicated Website, the name “Camel Life” may not be used, in any title, subtitle, or header to Computer or Telephone Based Media. Camel Life branded Facebook pages, Instagram pages, SnapChat accounts, Pinterest pins, blogs, or YouTube channels are not permitted.

      2. Websites. All Camel Life Independent Consultants wishing to have a static online Camel Life presence may only use a Camel Life approved Replicated Website and must comply with Company minimum advertised price (MAP) policy. Independent Consultants may not have any other independent website using or showing Camel Life trademarks (Camel Life name, pictures or logos, Camel Life product names or pictures, etc.). The only Internet sites that may be linked to an official Camel Life company website is the Camel Life Replicated Websites. No other websites may be linked to any website mentioning Camel Life or Camel Life products or executives.

      3. Social Media. Independent Consultants with a Social Media presence, either personal or business, should review the static content regularly and scrub it to delete any claims in the comment or third party sections that are not legal. Camel Life branded Facebook pages, Instagram pages, Pinterest pins, blogs, or YouTube or Vimeo channels are not permitted.

      4. Disclaimer. Except for the Camel Life Replicated Website, each Computer or Telephone Based Media shall clearly indicate that it is not authored by Camel Life, or any of its affiliated companies, and that the owner of the site bears all responsibility for the content.

      5. Domain Names. Independent Consultants may not use Camel Life Intellectual Property name(s) in a domain name without express written approval from the Company, which consent shall be within the sole discretion of the Company. Such use must also be through a written use agreement signed with the Company. Examples of use that are not acceptable: any letters and or numbers preceding or following the words “”, and any letters and or numbers following the words “camellife”, etc.

      6. Privacy Policy Language. Independent Consultants must implement a written privacy policy that protects any information gathered from the website from being sold or used by anyone else.

      7. Spam Prohibition. Independent Consultants may not Spam. Spamming includes, but is not limited to: (1) sending unsolicited email messages that contain any email or web addresses from a Independent Consultant’s account to online users; (2) posting message that contain the Independent Consultant’s service address in new groups that are unrelated to the Independent Consultant’s products; (3) creating false sent from date in an email message, or newsgroup posting with the Independent Consultant’s service address, thereby giving the impression that the message originated from the Company or its network of Independent Consultants; (4) sending unsolicited emails or faxes to lists of people that are not within the Independent Consultant’s Organization or with whom the Independent Consultant has not had a prior business or personal relationship. All Company related email broadcasts must only be sent to Independent Consultants in the Organization of the Independent Consultant. Emails must not contain any false representations, income claims, or testimonials.

    10. Use of Allowed Content Within the United States. On communications that will be distributed only in the United States, Independent Consultants must use the

    appropriate trademark or copyright symbol (TM, SM, ®, ©) the first time Camel Life Intellectual Property appears.

    Independent Consultants must refer to and use the correct spelling of the trademark or copyright, and generic term to use with the trademark. Generally, the symbol appears at the right shoulder of the trademark, but exceptions may exist. Independent Consultants should contact the Company with any questions regarding proper use of trademarks.

  5. Acknowledgement and Protection of Rights

    1. Acknowledgment of Rights. Independent Consultants agree that all Allowed Content is owned exclusively by Camel Life, Inc. or Camel Life Holdings, LLC, or licensed to Camel Life, Inc. by Camel Life Holdings, LLC. Except for the limited rights granted by the Contract for the term of the Contract, Independent Consultants acknowledge that the Company hereby retains all legal title to and beneficial ownership of and all rights to the intellectual property and all intellectual property rights related thereto for all purposes. Independent Consultants agree to assist the Company to protect the Company’s rights in the intellectual property at the Company’s request

    2. Agreement to Protect. Independent Consultants agree to assist the Company to the extent necessary in the procurement of any protection or to protect any of the Company’s rights to the Allowed Content.

    3. Assignments. Independent Consultants agree that nothing contained in the Contract shall be construed as an assignment or grant to the Independent Consultant of any right, title or interest in or to the Content or Allowed Content, it being understood that all rights relating thereto are reserved by the Company, except for the right to use the Allowed Content as expressly provided in the Contract. Independent Consultants agree that at the termination or expiration of the Contract, Independent Consultants will be deemed to have assigned, transferred and conveyed to the Company any trade rights, equities, good will, titles or other rights in and to Camel Life Intellectual Property which may have been obtained by Independent Consultants or which may have vested in Independent Consultants in pursuance of any endeavors covered hereby, and that Independent Consultants will execute any instruments requested by the Company to accomplish or confirm the foregoing. Any such assignment, transfer or conveyance shall be without other consideration other than the mutual covenants and considerations of the Contract.

    4. Termination.

      1. Independent Consultants may not terminate the rights granted to the Company in this Section.

      2. An Independent Consultant’s rights granted in this Section may be terminated by the Company upon immediate notice without the opportunity to cure should the Independent Consultant do any of the following:

        1. File a petition in bankruptcy or a petition to take advantage of any insolvency act;

        2. commit any act of dishonesty;

        3. fail or refuse to perform any other obligation created by this Contract or any other agreement between the Independent Consultant and the Company or its affiliates;

        4. make any misrepresentations relating to the acquisition of the rights granted herein, or engage in conduct which reflects unfavorably on the Company or upon the operation and reputation of the Company’s business; or

        5. be convicted of a felony or any other criminal misconduct which is relevant to the Contract.

      3. In the event of termination of this license for any reason, Independent Consultants shall immediately cease all use of the Allowed Content and shall not thereafter use any intellectual property, mark, or trade name similar thereto. Termination of the license under the provisions of this Section shall be without prejudice to any rights which the Company may otherwise have against the Independent Consultant.

    5. Rights are Personal. The rights and duties under this section are personal to the Independent Consultant and the Independent Consultant shall not, without the written consent of the Company, which consent shall be granted or denied in the sole and absolute discretion of the Company, be assigned, pledged, sublicensed or otherwise encumbered by the Independent Consultant or by operation of law.

    6. Remedies. Each Independent Consultant acknowledges and agrees that compliance with the terms of this Section is necessary to protect the goodwill and other proprietary interests of the Company. Accordingly, Independent Consultants agree that in the event of any breach of this Section:

      1. The Company shall be entitled to injunctive relief and/or specific performance;

      2. The Independent Consultant shall not oppose such relief on the grounds that there is an adequate remedy at law; and

      3. Independent Consultants further stipulate and agree that any violation of this rule will inflict immediate and irreparable harm on the Company, that the harm to the Company exceeds any benefit that the Independent Consultant may derive, and that the Company shall be entitled, in addition to any other remedies that may be available, to immediate, temporary, preliminary and permanent injunctive relief without bond, and that such injunctive relief may extend the post-termination period of this restriction for up to one

    (1) year from the date of the last violation of this provision. The provisions of this Section survive the termination of the Contract. Nothing herein waives any other rights and remedies the Company may have in relation to the use of its Confidential Information or any other violations of the Contract.

  6. Additional Advertising Provisions

  1. Independent Consultants may not answer telephone calls as “Camel Life” or imply they represent the Company or are more than an Independent Consultant.

  2. No advertising may imply that a job or position is available at Camel Life.

  3. No specific or estimated income may be promised.

  4. All media inquiries must be immediately referred to the Vice President of Communications for the Company.

  5. No release shall be made to the news media or to the general public relating to the Contract without the prior written approval of an authorized executive officer for the Company.

  6. Upon request, any Sales Aid or other medium, which the Independent Consultant prepared, caused to be prepared, or distributed, which also contains any Camel Life Intellectual Property or Content, must be immediately provided to the

    Company. Independent Consultants must retain a copy of all Sales Aids, or other advertising material which they distributed, for seven years from the last date of distribution.

  7. Independent Consultants agree to release and discharge the Company, and its successors, assigns, employees, and agents from any and all liability, monetary compensation, claim and/or demand arising out of or in connection with the creation and the use of any Intellectual Property of another, or of the Company, including any claims for defamation or false representations.

    Retail Store, Service Establishment Sales and Trade Show Policy

    1. Retail Store Policy. With written approval from the Company, a Independent Consultant may sell products and/or promote the Camel Life business opportunity through retail stores such as health food stores, grocery stores, and other such establishments, except in such stores or establishments that, in the Company’s sole discretion, are large enough to be considered state, regional or national chains.

    2. Online Sales. Independent Consultants may not sell Camel Life products through online auction or mall sites, including but not limited to eBay, Amazon,, Google Stores, Yahoo!, Alibaba, etc. Independent Consultants may sell Camel Life products online only through Camel Life Replicated Websites. Products that have been separated from a kit or package may not be sold online. Advertisements are to be in accordance with the Company minimum advertised price (MAP) policy. Links or advertisements from an Independent Consultants social media pages (e.g. Facebook, Instagram) may connect directly to that Independent Consultants Camel Life Replicated Website.

    3. Service Establishments. Independent Consultants may sell products through service establishments that provide services related to the products. For example, Camel Life products may be sold through the locations of spas, gyms, health clubs, tattoo shops, veterinarians, and through offices of doctors and other healthcare professionals.

    4. Suitability. The Company reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to make a final determination as to whether an establishment is a suitable place for the sale of the products. The Company’s granting of permission in a particular case does not waive its right to enforce this policy in any and all other cases.

    5. Trade Show Policy. Independent Consultants wishing to display, promote and sell the Camel Life products and opportunity in connection with a trade show or public event may rent a booth or set up an exhibit at a trade show, public event or convention ("Convention"), subject to the Company's written approval of the Convention and the Independent Consultant’s compliance with the following requirements:

      1. Complete and submit to the Company an Event Submission Form.

      2. In order to obtain a booth and secure exclusive rights, the Company must receive a form requesting permission to participate at least four weeks prior to the show.

      3. The Company reserves the right to only allow one booth representing the Company and products per show. Only Camel Life products and/or opportunity may be offered in the trade show booth. Only Camel Life produced marketing materials may be displayed or distributed. A purchase of a Company Independent Consultant banner, to display in the booth, is required. Exclusive rights are granted in the sole discretion of the Company.

      4. The Independent Consultant will not reference Camel Life in any form of advertisement or promotional material that implies that Camel Life is participating in the Convention. Instead, any Company approved advertisement or promotional material must make specific reference to the Independent Consultant as a Independent Consultant of Camel Life.

      5. The Independent Consultant will not make any earnings

        representations. Independent Consultants may not make lavish lifestyle income claims.

      6. The Independent Consultant will not use the Convention to promote any product, service, or business opportunity other than the Camel Life business in which the Independent Consultant may be involved.

      7. During the Convention the Independent Consultant must personally comply with the Policy Manual and is responsible for (i) the actions of every person who works in the booth at the Convention, (ii) all material distributed at the Convention, and (iii) all other aspects of participation in the Convention.

      8. In addition to the other remedies provided in the Policy Manual, the Company reserves the right to deny future Convention participation for any policy violation at a Convention.

        International Business

        1. Permissible Activity in Unopened Markets. Prior to the official opening of an

          Open Local Market, permissible Independent Consultant activity in an unopened Local Market is limited to providing business cards and conducting, organizing or participating in meetings where the number of attendees at any given meeting, including the Independent Consultant, does not exceed five. Participants in such meetings must be personal acquaintances of the Independent Consultant or personal acquaintances of the Independent Consultant's personal acquaintances in attendance at the meeting. The meetings must be held in a home or a public establishment but may not be held in a private hotel room. All cold calling techniques (soliciting persons who are not prior personal acquaintances of the contacting Independent Consultant) are strictly prohibited in unopened Local Markets.

        2. Prohibited Acts in Unopened Local Markets.

          1. An Independent Consultant may not import or facilitate the importation of, sale, gift, or distribution of, Company products, services, or product samples.

          2. An Independent Consultant may not place any type of advertisement or distribute promotional materials regarding the Company, its products or the opportunity, except Company approved Sales Aids, which are specifically authorized for distribution in unopened Local Markets.

          3. An Independent Consultant may not solicit or negotiate any agreement for the purpose of committing a citizen or resident of an unopened Local Market to the opportunity, a specific Enrolling Sponsor or specific line of sponsorship. Furthermore, Independent Consultants may not sign up citizens or residents of unopened Local Markets in an Open Local Market or by using Independent Consultant Agreements from an Open Local Market, unless the citizen or resident of the unopened Local Market has, at the time of sign up, permanent residence and the legal authorization to work in the Open Local Market. It is the Enrolling Sponsor’s responsibility to ensure compliance with residency and work authorization requirements. Membership or participation in, or ownership of a corporation, partnership or other legal entity in an Open Local Market does not by itself fulfill the residency or legal authorization to work requirements. If a participant to a Distributorship fails to provide verification of residency and work authorization when requested by the Company, the Company may, at its election, declare an Independent Consultant void from its inception.

          4. An Independent Consultant may not accept money or other consideration, or be involved in any financial transaction with a potential Independent Consultant which rents, leases, or purchases facilities for the purpose of promoting or conducting Company related business.

          5. An Independent Consultant may not promote, facilitate, or conduct any type of activity which exceeds the limitations set forth in this Policy Manual or which the

            Company, in its sole discretion, deems to be contradictory to the Company's business or ethical interests in international expansion.

          6. An Independent Consultant should contact Camel Life to discuss the feasibility of the Company opening a new Local Market (outside of USA) in the event the Independent Consultant has reason to believe that he or she has the ability to sufficiently grow the Camel Life business in such Local Market to warrant current expansion.

        3. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. All Camel Life Independent Consultants must comply with the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). A person or organization is guilty of violating the FCPA if there is:

          1. a payment, offer, authorization, or promise to pay money or anything of value

          2. to a foreign government official (including a party official or manager of a state- owned concern), or to any other person, knowing that the payment or promise will be passed on to a foreign official

          3. with a corrupt motive

          4. for the purpose of (i) influencing any act or decision of that person, (ii) inducing such person to do or omit any action in violation of his lawful duty, (iii) securing an improper advantage, or (iv) inducing such person to use his influence to affect an official act or decision

          5. in order to assist in obtaining or retaining business for or with, or directing any business to, any person.

        4. No Exclusive Local Markets or Franchises. There are no exclusive Local Markets or franchises. An Independent Consultant has the right to operate anywhere in the Independent Consultant’s country of residence.

        5. Prohibited Local Markets. The Company reserves the right to designate certain Local Markets wherein all pre marketing conduct is expressly prohibited. It is the responsibility of each Independent Consultant, prior to each instance of conducting pre market opening activities in an unopened market, to verify through current contact with the Company that the Local Market in which she plans to conduct those activities is not a prohibited Local Market. An Independent Consultant may obtain a list of prohibited Local Markets by calling the Company.

        6. Violation of International Policy. In addition to other remedies allowed by the Contract, an Independent Consultant who fails to comply with any provision of this Section may be prohibited from participating in the affected international market for a period deemed appropriate by the Company. This prohibition could include but is not limited to the following:

          1. the Independent Consultant may have no right to international distribution/sponsorship rights in the affected Local Market;

          2. the Independent Consultant and the Independent Consultant's upline may not be entitled to Bonuses generated by the and the Independent Consultant's Downline Organization in the respective Local Market;

          3. Additionally, in all markets, for a period of up to one year, the Independent Consultant may not be entitled to privileges traditionally afforded Independent Consultants such as recognition at corporate events or in corporate literature, and receipt of new Independent Consultant sign up materials prior to the official opening of any new market.

          An Independent Consultant who has been unable to participate in a market because of non-compliance with this Section of this Policy Manual must petition the Company in writing for written permission to participate in the market after the period of prohibition has passed.

        7. No Waiver of Other Rights. The provisions of this Section do not waive the Company's rights as set forth elsewhere in the Contract.


  1. Income Tax. An Independent Consultant accepts sole responsibility for all self employment and income taxes due to income earned as a Camel Life Independent Consultant. At the end of each calendar year, Camel Life will provide a statement of earnings [IRS Form 1099] for tax purposes to each Independent Consultant with an annual income at or over the minimum required to be reported to the United States Internal Revenue Service. Note: Any contest, incentive or prize items may be included in the 1099 form. To the extent required by law, the Company will send notification of the Independent Consultant’s product purchases and Bonus payments to relevant tax authorities.

  2. Sales Tax. Camel Life provides the service of collecting state sales tax at the time of purchase and remitting it to the Independent Consultant's domicile state. The amount of sales tax is based upon the suggested retail price of a product, calculated at the Independent Consultant's local tax rate. Independent Consultants may recoup the prepaid sales tax at the time of retail sale. Camel Life will charge sales tax on the suggested retail price regardless of how the order was placed, according to the tax rates applicable to the state to which products are shipped by Camel Life, unless the Independent Consultant has submitted a Sales Tax Exemption certificate and a Resale Tax Number. Note: Independent Consultants are not exempt from taxes when products are sold to tax exempt customers. Sales tax will be charged on the wholesale value of CLRP autoship orders, as Independent Consultants certify and represent to Camel Life that their CLRP purchases are for personal use, or for use in their business as samples, gifts, or testing, and that they are not to be resold.

  3. Sales Tax Exemption. If allowed by law in a Independent Consultant’s domicile state, and by the Company, a Independent Consultant who prefers to collect, document, report, and pay his or her own sales tax may do so by obtaining a Resale Tax Number from the State Department of Tax or Revenue and sending the Company the proper Sales Tax Exemption form that is recognized by his or her state. The Company cannot exempt any Independent Consultant's order from pre-collected state sales tax until all proper documentation is on file with the Company. The Independent Consultant agrees to indemnify and hold the Company harmless regarding any liability that it is charged as a result of their failure to collect or remit sales tax.

Product Liability Claims

  1. Company Defense of Claims. Subject to the limitations set forth in this provision, Camel Life shall defend Independent Consultants from claims made by third-party customers alleging injury from use of a product, or injury due to a defective product. Independent Consultants must promptly notify the Company in writing of any such claim, no later than ten (10) days from the date of the third party claimant’s letter alleging injury. Failure to so notify the Company shall alleviate any obligation of the Company respecting such claim. Independent Consultants must allow the Company to assume the sole and absolute discretion respecting the defense of the claim, and use and choice of counsel as a condition to the Company’s obligation to defend them.

  2. Exceptions to Indemnification of Independent Consultant. The Company shall have no obligation to indemnify a Independent Consultant if:

    1. the Independent Consultant has not complied with the Contract respecting obligations and limitations covering the distribution and/or sale of the products; or

    2. the Independent Consultant has repackaged, altered or misused the product, made claims or given instructions or recommendations respecting the use, safety, efficacy, benefits or results, which do not comply with the approved literature of the Company; or,

    3. the Independent Consultant settles or attempts to settle a claim without the Company’s written approval.

      Authorized Use of Independent

      Consultant's Information

      1. Independent Consultant Lists. Lists of Independent Consultants and all contacts generated there from ("Lists") are the confidential property of Camel Life. The Company has derived, compiled, configured, and currently maintains the Lists through the expenditure of considerable time, effort, and monetary resources. The Lists in their present and future forms constitute commercially advantageous assets and trade secrets of the Company. The right to disclose Lists and other Independent Consultant information maintained by the Company is expressly reserved by the Company and may be denied at the Company's discretion.

      2. Confidentiality of Lists. Vendors, suppliers, or other persons obtaining access to Lists of Independent Consultants through their production or distribution of that material contractually agree to the confidentiality and proprietary nature of those mailing lists and that any use of those lists or contacts generated therefrom, except for the sole purpose of furthering the Company's business, is expressly forbidden. They also agree that the information is the property of the Company and any materials offered to the Independent Consultants which make any reference to the Company or its programs may be done so only with the prior written consent of the Company for each separate offer.

      3. Specific Lists. The Company provides a uniquely tailored portion of the Lists to Independent Consultants (hereinafter in the context of Lists, the "Recipient"). Each portion of the provided List contains only information specific to the Recipient's level and his or her own downline Organization.

      4. Limitations on Use. These Lists are provided for the exclusive and limited use of the Recipient to facilitate the training, support, and servicing of the Recipient's Downline Organization for furtherance of the Company-related business only. Each Recipient agrees that each use, within its intended scope, constitutes a separate exclusive license agreement between the Recipient and the Company.

      5. Lists Belong to Company. These Lists remain, at all times, the exclusive property of the Company, which may, at any time and in the Company's sole discretion, reclaim and take possession of the Lists. Accordingly, each Independent Consultant agrees:

        1. to hold confidential and not disclose any Lists or portion thereof to any third Person, including, but not limited to, existing Independent Consultants, competitors, and the general public;

        2. to limit use of the Lists to their intended scope of furthering the Independent Consultant's Camel Life related business. The Lists may not be used to identify and solicit Camel Life Independent Consultants to other commercial opportunities and activities;

        3. that any use or disclosure of the Lists outside of those authorized herein, or for the benefit of any third Person, constitutes misuse, misappropriation, and a violation of the Recipient's license agreement, which causes irreparable harm to the Company;

        4. that, upon any violation under this section, the Recipient stipulates to injunctive relief as an appropriate remedy enjoining that use under applicable national or local laws, and will immediately retrieve and return to the Company all Lists previously provided to the Recipient upon the Company's request, and that the obligations under this section will survive the termination of the Recipient's Contract.

      6. Company Remedies for Violation. The Company reserves the right to pursue all appropriate remedies under applicable national or local laws to protect its rights to the above-stated proprietary and trade secret information covered by the Lists. Any failure to pursue any applicable remedies will not constitute a waiver of those rights.

Limitation of Liability

Except as provided in this Policy Manual, Camel Life makes no express or implied representations or warranties with respect to the Camel Life products to be provided hereunder or their condition, merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose or use by Independent Consultants. The Company shall not be liable for any:

  1. special, indirect, incidental, punitive, or consequential damages, including loss of profits, arising from or related to the operation or use of the products including, without

    limitation, damages arising from loss of revenue or profits, failure to realize savings or other benefits, damage to equipment, and claims against the Independent Consultant by any third person, even if the Company has been advised of the possibility of such damages;

  2. damages (regardless of their nature) for any delay or failure by the Company to perform its obligations under the Contract due to any cause beyond its reasonable control; or

  3. claims made a subject of legal proceeding against the Company more than one year after the alleged violation. Notwithstanding any other provision of the Contract, the Company's total liabilities hereunder shall not be greater than the amounts actually received by the Company pursuant to the terms of the Contract.

Disciplinary Actions

  1. Rights Conditioned Upon Performance. An Independent Consultant’s rights under the Contract are conditioned upon and subject to the Independent Consultant's continued performance in accordance with the terms of the Contract. Upon failure by an Independent Consultant to perform his or her obligations as set forth in the Contract, the Independent Consultant's rights cease. The Company may excuse an Independent Consultant's nonperformance in whole or in part without waiving its rights and remedies under the Contract.

  2. Possible Disciplinary Actions. If Independent Consultants violate any of the terms and conditions of the Contract or engage in any illegal, fraudulent, deceptive, or unethical business conduct, Camel Life may, in its sole discretion, invoke any disciplinary action that it deems appropriate. The potential disciplinary actions are:

    1. Issue an oral and/or written warning or admonition to the Independent Consultant;

    2. Closely monitor the conduct of the Independent Consultant over a specified period of time to ensure performance of the contractual duties;

    3. Require the Independent Consultant to provide the Company with additional assurances that the Independent Consultant’s performance will be in compliance with the Contract. Further assurances may include requiring the Independent Consultant to

      take certain actions in an effort to mitigate or correct non-performance;

    4. Deny or suspend privileges that are awarded from time to time by the Company or cease performing the Company's obligations under the Contract, including but not limited to, awards, recognition at corporate events or in corporate literature, participation in Company sponsored events, placement of product orders, promotion within the Sales Compensation Plan, access to Company information and genealogies, or the Independent Consultant’s participation in other Company programs or opportunities;

    5. Discontinue or limit payment of Bonuses from all or any part of the sales of the Independent Consultant or the Independent Consultant’s Organization;

    6. Impose a fine, which may be imposed immediately or withheld from future Bonus or commission checks;

    7. Reassign all or part of the Independent Consultant’s Organization;

    8. Adjust the Independent Consultant’s status;

    9. Suspend the Independent Consultant, which may result in termination or reinstatement with conditions or restrictions;

    10. Terminate the Distributorship of the Independent Consultant; and

    11. Seek injunctive relief or other remedies available by law.

      Investigation. The following procedure applies when Camel Life investigates an alleged violation of the Contract:

    12. The Company will either provide the Independent Consultant with a verbal notice and/or send a written notice of the alleged breach of Contract. Each Independent Consultant agrees that the relationship between an Independent Consultant and the Company is entirely contractual. Accordingly, the Company will neither honor nor respect any claim by a Independent Consultant that the relationship is or has been quasi-contractual, has arisen by implication from any continuing practice or course of action, has been verbally authorized by an employee of the Company in contradiction of the terms of the Contract, or is otherwise implied in fact.

    13. In a case when written notice is sent, the Company will give the Independent Consultant ten (10) business days from the date of dispatch of a notification letter during which the Independent Consultant may present all information relating to the incident for review by the Company. The Company reserves the right to prohibit activity (e.g.

      placing orders, sponsoring, modifying Independent Consultant information, receiving Bonuses, etc.) by the Distributorship in question from the time notice is sent until a final Company decision is rendered.

    14. On the basis of any information obtained from collateral sources and from the Company's investigation of the statements and facts taken together with information submitted to the Company during the response period, the Company will make a final decision regarding the appropriate remedy, which may include the termination of the Contract with the Independent Consultant. The Company will promptly notify the Independent Consultant of its decision. Any remedies will be effective as of the date on which notice of the Company's decision is dispatched.

    15. Additional information outlining an appeal of the decision by the Company and the Company's Dispute Resolution policy referenced in this Contract will be provided upon request from the Company.

  1. Request for Termination. An Independent Consultant may request to terminate the Contract at any time and for any reason by sending a written notice of intent to terminate to the Company. A Person whose Distributorship is terminated may not sign up again as a Independent Consultant for six (6) months from the date of last activity if the Independent Consultant achieved the Rank of Executive Consultant or lower. If the Independent Consultant has achieved the Rank of Star Consultant or higher, the person must wait twelve months before signing up as a Independent Consultant with Camel Life. Activity includes but is not limited to purchasing product, recruiting other Independent Consultants, or earning commissions. All obligations regarding confidentiality of information and the Independent Consultant network survive termination of the Contract.

  2. Voluntary Termination. When a Distributorship is voluntarily terminated, the account is placed in a suspended status for a period of twelve months from the date of last activity, after which period the account is actually terminated and removed from the genealogy tree. In other words, a suspended account stays in the genealogy tree until it is actually terminated by the Company; there is no “roll-up” of downline during the suspension period. Due to the Sale Compensation Plan’s compression, however, volume will roll-up past the suspended Independent Consultant, allowing for maximum payout.

  3. Inactivity. A Distributorship may be terminated by the Company if the Distributorship is not Active or if the annual renewal fee has not been paid.

  4. Co-applicant Binds Distributorship. The act of any participant or co-applicant in a Distributorship, or spouse or partner of an Independent Consultant, is attributable to the

    Distributorship and any remedies, including termination of the Contract, necessitated by that act may be applied to the Distributorship generally.

  5. Time Limitation on Claims Made. The Company will not review any violation of the terms and conditions of the Contract not brought to the Company's attention within two years of the initiation of the alleged violation. Failure to report a violation within the two- year period will result in the Company not pursuing the allegations in order to prevent stale claims from disrupting the ongoing business activities of Distributorships. All reports of violations must be in writing and sent to the attention of Camel Life‘s legal department.

  6. Action Against an Independent Consultant. The Company may take action against a Independent Consultant as outlined in this Section of the Policy Manual and elsewhere in the Contract if the Company determines, in its sole discretion, that the Independent Consultant's conduct or the conduct of any participant in the Distributorship is detrimental, disruptive, or damaging to the well-being or reputation of the Distributor network or the Company.

Contract Changes and Amendments

  1. Amendments on Thirty Days’ Notice. Camel Life expressly reserves the right to make any amendments or modifications to the Contract and/or the Sales Compensation Plan, upon thirty days prior written notice in Company publications, by separate mailing, or through online publication on the Company website(s). Independent Consultants agree that thirty days after publication of that notice, any amendment or modification becomes effective and is automatically incorporated into the Contract and/or Sales Compensation Plan, between the Company and its Independent Consultants, as an effective and binding provision. By continuing to act as a Independent Consultant, or engaging in any Distributorship activity, including purchasing products, recruiting other Independent Consultants, or earning commissions, after the amendments or modifications have become effective, a Independent Consultant acknowledges acceptance of the new Contract and/or Sales Compensation Plan terms.

  2. Independent Consultants Bound by Amendments. Independent Consultants will be bound by any amendments to this Policy Manual, the Contract, and/or the Sales Compensation Plan upon notification of amendments through any of Camel Life’s official channels of communication including the Company’s website, emails, newsletters or other publications or mail to the Independent Consultant. Ordering products or accepting commission payments confirms an Independent Consultant’s

ongoing acceptance of the Contract and any amendments, and the agreement to be bound by the Contract.

Successors and Claims

  1. Binding Effects and Continuing Benefits. The Contract shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns.

  2. Transfer of a Distributorship Position. Except as otherwise noted in this Policy Manual a Independent Consultant may dispose of, sell, transfer, or otherwise assign his or her Distributorship assets in any manner allowed by the Contract and applicable law (including sale, gift, or bequest) with the prior written consent of the Company. Any assets that take the form of claims to compensation or satisfaction of contractual obligations, from or by the Company, will not be recognized as assets of the transferee on the records of the Company until the Company has received written notification of the transfer and has given its formal written approval. The Distributorship transferred is subject to all remedial measures under the Contract that may have arisen prior to the transfer.

    1. Upon a gift, sale, transfer, assignment or other disposition of a Distributorship, a new Distributorship is created. Notwithstanding the fact that a new Distributorship is created, the new Distributorship shall take the place of the former Distributorship organizationally. Further, unless expressly agreed to in writing by the Company, the Accounts Receivable balance, personal volume, CLRP points, and enrollment date shall be retained by the former Distributorship.

    2. For purposes of signing up again as an Independent Consultant, a gift, sale, transfer or assignment is treated as a termination with respect to the transferor. In other words, a Independent Consultant who gifts, sells, conveys or otherwise transfers his or her Distributorship must wait six months (if Star Consultant rank or lower) or twelve months (if Silver Consultant rank or higher) from the official termination date (or the date of the last product purchase, if earlier than the termination or transfer date) to sign up

      again. An Independent Consultant may not sell, convey, assign, or otherwise transfer any right conveyed by the Contract to any Person or entity without the express, prior written consent of the Company. An Independent Consultant may delegate his or her responsibilities but is ultimately responsible for ensuring compliance with the Contract and applicable laws. Any Person working with or for the Independent Consultant as part of his or her Distributorship will do so only under the Independent Consultant's direct supervision.

  3. Distributorship Succession. In the event that an Independent Consultant dies or becomes incapacitated, that Independent Consultant’s organization will pass to the Independent Consultant’s legal successors under the appropriate laws. Successors should promptly notify the Company in writing of such an event and provide the proper documentation.

  4. Operation of the Distributorship During Succession. During the pendency of a divorce or entity dissolution, the parties must adopt one of the following methods of operation:

    1. One of the parties may, with consent of the other(s), operate the Distributorship pursuant to an assignment in writing whereby the relinquishing spouse, shareholders, partners or trustees authorize the Company to deal directly and solely with the other spouse or non-relinquishing shareholder, partner or trustee.

    2. The parties may continue to operate the Distributorship jointly on a normal basis, whereupon all compensation paid by the Company will be paid in the joint names of the Independent Consultants or in the name of the entity to be divided as the parties may independently agree between themselves.

  5. Distributorships are Indivisible. Under no circumstances will the Organization of divorcing spouses or a dissolving business entity be divided. Similarly, under no circumstances will the Company split Bonus checks between divorcing spouses or Independent Consultants of dissolving entities. The Company will recognize only one Organization and will issue only one bonus check per Distributorship per commission cycle. Checks shall always be issued to the same individual or entity. In the event that parties to a divorce or dissolution proceeding are unable to resolve a dispute over the disposition of bonuses and the ownership of the business, the Independent Consultant may be involuntarily canceled.

  6. Court Proceedings. Independent Consultants involved in court proceedings over the ownership or the management of a Distributorship are under obligation to inform the Court that the Distributorship is indivisible, and that the Company will not divide an Organization or bonus checks. The final order must expressly assign ownership of the Distributorship.

  7. Waiting Period to Sign Up Again. If a former spouse or a former entity Independent Consultant has completely relinquished all rights in their original Distributorship, they are thereafter free to enroll under any sponsor of their choosing, so long as they meet the waiting period requirements set forth in this Contract. In such case, however, the former spouse or partner shall have no rights to any Independent Consultants in their former organization or to any former customers. They must develop the new business in the same manner, as would any other new Independent Consultant.


  1. Waiver. The waiver by Camel Life of any Independent Consultant's breach of any provision of the Contract must be in writing and will not be construed as a waiver of any subsequent or additional breach. The failure by the Company to exercise any right or prerogative under the Contract will not operate as a waiver of that right or prerogative.

  2. Integrated Contract

    1. The Contract is the final expression of the understanding and agreement between the Company and an Independent Consultant concerning all matters touched upon in the Contract and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements of understanding (both oral and written) between the parties. The Contract invalidates all prior notes, memoranda, demonstrations, discussions and descriptions relating to the subject matter of the Contract. The Contract may not be altered or amended except as provided therein. The existence of the Contract may not be contradicted by evidence of any alleged prior contemporaneous oral or written agreement.

    2. Should any discrepancy exist between the terms of the Contract and verbal representations made to any Independent Consultant by any employee, the express written terms and requirements of the Contract will prevail.

  3. Dispute Resolution. In the event of any dispute, claim, question, or disagreement arising from or relating to the Contract or the breach thereof, the parties hereto shall use their best efforts to settle the dispute, claim, question, or disagreement. To this effect, they shall consult and negotiate with each other in good faith and, recognizing their mutual interests, attempt to reach a just and equitable solution satisfactory to both parties. If they do not reach such solution within a period of 60 days, then, upon notice by either party to the other, all disputes, claims, questions, or differences shall be finally settled by arbitration administered in Palm Beach County, Florida, by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with the provisions of its Commercial Arbitration Rules and there shall be no right or authority for any dispute, claim, question or disagreement to be arbitrated on a class action basis. Judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. This agreement to arbitrate shall survive any termination or expiration of the Contract. Notwithstanding this dispute resolution provision, nothing herein shall prevent Camel Life from applying to and obtaining from any court of competent jurisdiction a writ of attachment, a temporary restraining order, preliminary injunction, permanent injunction, or other relief available to safeguard and protect Camel Life’s interest prior to, during, or following any mediation or other proceeding.

  4. Litigation and Claims. In order to protect Camel Life, its assets, and its reputation from claims or disputes created by outside (non- Independent Consultant) third parties, the Company requires that if any Independent Consultant is charged with any

    infringement of any proprietary right of any outside third party (who is not a Independent Consultant) arising from any of the Company's proprietary assets, or if the Independent Consultant becomes the subject of any claim or suit related to that Independent Consultant's business related conduct or any other action that directly or indirectly negatively affects or puts the Company, its reputation, or any of its tangible or intangible assets at risk, the affected Independent Consultant shall immediately notify the Company. The Company may, at its own expense and upon reasonable notice, take whatever action it deems necessary (including, but not limited to, controlling any litigation or settlement discussion related thereto) to protect itself, its reputation, and its tangible and intangible property. The Independent Consultant shall take no action related to that claim and suit, unless the Company consents, which consent shall not unreasonably be withheld.

  5. Governing Law/Jurisdiction. The parties consent to exclusive jurisdiction and venue before any federal court in Palm Beach County, Florida or any state court in Palm Beach County, Florida, for purposes of seeking equitable relief and/or enforcing an award by an arbitrator or any other matter not subject to arbitration. If the law of the state in which the applicant resides prohibits consensual jurisdiction and venue provisions for purposes of arbitration and litigation, that state’s law shall govern issues relating to jurisdiction and venue. Independent Consultants agree that, notwithstanding any statute of limitation to the contrary, any claim or action a Independent Consultant may wish to bring against Camel Life for any act or omission relating to the Contract must be brought within one (1) year from the date of the alleged act or omission giving rise to the claim or cause of action. Failure to bring such action within the permitted time shall act as a bar against all claims against Camel Life for such act or

omission. The Independent Consultant waives any and all claims or rights to have any other statute of limitation apply.

A. Severance. Any provision of the Contract that is prohibited, judicially invalidated, or otherwise rendered unenforceable in any jurisdiction is ineffective only to the extent of the prohibition, invalidation, or unenforceability in that jurisdiction, and only within that jurisdiction. Any prohibited, judicially invalidated or unenforceable provision of the Contract will not invalidate or render unenforceable any other provision of the Contract, nor will that provision of the Contract be invalidated or rendered unenforceable in any other jurisdiction.

  1. Force Majeure. The parties to the Contract shall not be responsible for any failure or delay in the performance of any obligations hereunder caused by acts of God, flood, fire, war or public enemy.

  2. Headings. The headings in the Contract are for convenience of reference only and shall not limit or otherwise affect any of the terms or provisions of the Contract.

  3. Notices. Unless otherwise provided in the Contract, any notice or other communications requested or permitted to be given under the Contract shall be in writing and shall be delivered personally, transmitted by facsimile or sent by first class, certified (or registered) or express mail, postage prepaid. Unless otherwise provided in

the Contract, notices shall be deemed given when delivered personally, or if transmitted by facsimile, one day after the date of that facsimile, or if mailed, five days after the date of mailing to the address of the Company's headquarters or to the Independent Consultant’s address as provided on the Independent Consultant Agreement Form, unless notice of an address change has been received by the Company. The Company shall have the right, as an alternative method of notice under this Section, to use mailers, Company websites, or other normal channels of communications with Independent Consultants.

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