Presenter Code of Ethics

Urveda Presenter Code of Ethics

Policies and Code of Ethics of Urveda Presenters

  • General:
    1. For the purposes of these terms and conditions, anywhere that it says “Speaker”, “Presenter”, “Masterclass” “Mastermind”, “Chat Shows” or similar is referring to the speaker/presenter that will be representing Urveda with their content on the Urveda platform.
    2. Anywhere that is states “Urveda”, “Company”, “Platform” or similar is in reference to Urveda and the requirements defined herein.
    3. Violating Urveda’s Code of Ethics, Terms of Service, Privacy Policy, or DMCA Policy may result in actions against your account including, but not limited to, suspension of listings and/or termination of your presenter account and in extreme cases, legal actions against you.


  • Religion and Politics
    1. It is a violation of these terms and conditions to speak about politics or religion during the presentations presented on the Urveda platform.
    2. It is acceptable to say you are “Christian” or a “Buddhist” or a “Republican”, although it is NOT acceptable to get into the details of your beliefs therein or the beliefs of the religion or party therein.


  • Accurate Information
    1. Do not promise results to the audience unless it is known that they will 100% achieve the results when taking the actions, you prescribe. Example: Don’t say you will increase sales by 10% with these methods unless you are certain those results are achieved with those actions.
    2. Be clear when presenting those results are only achieved when the actions prescribed are completed as described.
    3. When presenting we need to leave customers with the right expectations. If you promise someone that you will teach them how to run their own social media accounts, your course should provide the best information about running social media accounts. If you promise to show somebody how to build a successful business, then your training should provide the best information on how to build a successful business. The key is to deliver what you are promising.
    4. Be honest. Don’t use phrases that will create the wrong impression. The sole purpose of your presentation should be to bring value to your attendees. Over promising and under delivering always makes unhappy customers. DO NOT make promises that you are unsure will actually work out.


  • Recordings/Trainings
    1. All recordings of presentations, Urveda has the authority to use as deemed in the best interest of the organization/program, including, but not limited to promotion, additional sales, or the like.
    2. Speakers/Presenters will have access to and have the ability to use the recordings in any way they deem needed as long as it does not violate any terms laid out herein.
    3. Urveda maintains the right to take action on any recording that violates the terms herein, including, but not limited to suspension, deletion or action against a speaker/presenter that violates the terms in this agreement.


  • Professional/Legal Advice
    1. Unless you are licensed you should not offer any medical, tax, accounting, financial, or other legal advice. Your clients should consult with their accountant, attorney, physician, or financial advisor for advice on your topics that may contain legal advice. Specific advice on any subject is considered professional advice. For example, generally stating that there are tax deductions available to individuals who own businesses is general advice a lay person can discuss. On the other hand, conducting a detailed conversation with a client about a pending legal issue, and then giving them instructions on how to resolve the issue they face is professional advice. Telling a client that your product will cure, eliminate, or eradicate any type of medical condition is strictly prohibited.


  • Organization (Urveda) Rights
    1. The presenter shall not depict or speak of Urveda in any negative context, regardless of any personal feelings or situations. It is in direct violation of this agreement to speak, act or promote any negative context about or towards Urveda, it’s presenters or any of the members herein.
    2. Any violation of this term could lead to immediate suspension, account termination or legal action as deemed necessary by Urveda.


  • No Sales Pitches
    1. Urveda has a strict no selling policy during presentations. It is acceptable for an attendee to request more information about a product or service as long as that conversation is directed outside of the Urveda platform. No direct sales pitches or selling will be allowed within the Urveda platform. It simply means that your presentation has to provide information and learning for attendees without them feeling that they have to buy something. When you give your knowledge and expertise away, people will be attracted to you and will want to work with you / buy your product and you can mention at the end of your presentation how they can contact you if they so wish.
  • Network Marketing/Multi-Level Marketing (MLM)/Affiliate Marketing
    1. Your presentation may be used to teach how to promote products or train on how to create or market a successful network marketing business. However, medical and income claims are NOT All presenters must agree that all content will comply with the Federal Trade Commission’s Business Guidance Concerning Multi-Level Marketing, see Failure to do so may result in your listing and class becoming delisted at the discretion of Urveda.



  • Legal, Ethical and Non-Hate Related
    1. Your presentation must not constitute, facilitate, or promote illegal products, services or activities. Your presenation targeted to minors must not promote products, services, or content that are inappropriate, illegal, or unsafe, or that exploit, mislead, or exert undue pressure on the age groups targeted or are legally intended for adult audiences. This may vary from country to country or area to area. It is the sole responsibility of the presenter to know the laws of the areas that are being presented to for their content.
    2. Your presentation must not discriminate or encourage discrimination against people based on personal attributes such as race, ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, family status, disability, medical or genetic condition.
    3. Your presentation must not promote the sale or use of illegal, prescription, or recreational drugs.
    4. Your presentation must not promote the sale or use of unsafe supplements, as determined by Urveda in its sole discretion. Furthermore, you cannot claim that supplements prevent, treat, or cure diseases. You should also provide an appropriate disclosure when using supplements as required by the Federal Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”): “Unlike drugs, dietary supplements are not evaluated by the FDA for safety and effectiveness. Dietary Supplements are not meant to prevent, treat or cure diseases.” Remember in Your presentation that “natural” does not always mean safe.
    5. Your presentation must not promote the sale or use of adult products or services, except for promoting training and/or education of family planning and contraception. Your presentation for contraceptives must focus on the contraceptive features of the product, and not on sexual pleasure or sexual enhancement, and must be targeted to people 18 years or older.
    6. Your presentation must not contain adult content. This includes nudity, depictions of people in explicit or suggestive positions, or activities that are overly suggestive or sexually provocative. Your presentation that asserts or implies the ability to meet someone, connect with them or view content created by them must not be positioned in a sexual way or with an intent to sexualize the person featured in presentation.
    7. Your presentation must not contain content that infringes upon or violates the rights of any third party, including copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity, or other personal or proprietary rights.
    8. Your presentation must not contain shocking, sensational, inflammatory or excessively violent content.


  • Professional Accountability
    1. As a presenter on Urveda you have been deemed as being professional and trust-worthy as well as being an expert in your field. It should be seen as a badge of honour and as such we expect all of our presenters to behave in a professional and ethical way both on and off the Urveda Platform.
    2. Any conduct by a presenter that brings the reputation of Urveda into disrepute may result in your listing and class becoming delisted at the discretion of Urveda.
    3. If there is ever a question about what is considered professional behaviour, please contact Urveda support before proceeding with said actions or presentations