We do not allow impersonation. Impersonation includes, but is not limited to using another’s name, likeness, profile information, or any other identifying details without permission.
- Users are required to provide accurate and truthful information when creating an account or setting up a profile on Fanatics Live.
- Profile information, such as user names, profile pictures, bios must reflect the true identity of the user and not intentionally mislead or confuse others.
- Users must not impersonate other Sellers, users, individuals, celebrities, public figures, entities, or organizations in a way that may mislead or deceive others.
- Users must not impersonate or infringe upon the trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights of individuals, companies or organizations. This includes using logos, graphics, or other assets associated with a brand without proper authorization. More details can be found Copyright and Trademark Infringement policy.
Fraud, Deception and Spam
We do not allow content that purposefully deceives, promotes, or contains information or material that is false, deceptive, misleading, spams our community or willfully misrepresent or otherwise defrauds or exploits others. This includes misrepresenting your affiliation with any person, brand, or entity and presenting untrue information about the origin of a product. Examples of fraudulent, deception or spam include, without limitation:
- Live Stream or Video Spam
- Promises viewers they’ll see something but instead directs them to offsite.
- Gets views or traffic off Fanatics Live by promising fans that they’ll make fast money.
- Sends audiences to sites that spread harmful software, try to gather personal info, or other sites that have a negative impact.
- Comments Spam
- Comments where the sole purpose is to gather information from fans, misleadingly driving fans off Fanatics Live or perform any of the prohibited behaviors noted above.
- Misleading Metadata or Thumbnails
- Using the title, thumbnails, description to trick users into believing the content is something it is not.
- Content offering cash gifts, “get rich quick” schemes, or pyramid schemes