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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Relationship Deactivated by BeautyBar

Dear ***,

We regret to inform you that your affiliate relationship with BeautyBar has been deactivated by the advertiser.

Unfortunately, Governor Brown has signed into law the bill that was emailed to you on 6/29. As a result of this, contracts with all California residents participating in the Google Affiliate Network program are terminated effective yesterday, June 29, 2011. Those California residents will no longer receive advertising fees for sales referred to www.diapers.com, www.soap.com, www.beautybar.com. Please be assured that all qualifying advertising fees earned before June 29, 2011 will be processed and paid in full in accordance with the regular payment schedule.

You are receiving this email because our records indicate that you are a resident of California. If you are not currently a resident of California, or if you are relocating to another state in the near future, please change the address associated with your Google Af filiate Network account for potential reinstatement as a Quidsi, Inc. marketing affiliate.

To avoid confusion, we would like to clarify that this development will only impact our ability to work with California marketing affiliates and will not affect your ability to purchase from www.diapers.com, www.soap.com, www.beautybar.com.

We have enjoyed working with you and other California-based participants and, if this situation is rectified, would very much welcome the opportunity to re-open our Google Affiliate Network program to California residents.

Regards,

Quidsi, Inc.


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Bob Blumenfield Representing the 40th District - Website

Capitol Office:
State Capitol
P.O. Box 942849
Sacramento, CA 94249-0040
Tel: (916) 319-2040
Fax: (916) 319-2140

District Office:
Van Nuys State Building
6150 Van Nuys Blvd.
Suite 305
Van Nuys, CA 91401
Tel: (818) 904-3840
Fax: (818) 902-0764

I encourage Californians to follow up with Assemblymember Blumenfeld, and to inquire how much tax revenue he has netted "for the state of California". Please ask him whether it was worth the damage done to affiliates who lost either their entire business or a large chunk of it overnight. Sacramento is proceeding industry by industry, sector by sector, and if your livelihood has not yet been affected, I can assure you it is only a matter of time. They are not going to get the money they need this time around, so they will move on to the next profitable sector of the economy.

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