This came up on a Director's loop I am on. We have been discussing the legality of putting your web address in your signature. I was one that did not know for sure if this was legal; thus, I removed my link. It is now official that in order to stay within the guidelines you can not list your web site address!! This is what was posted: If you cannot follow the guidelines set out by HO and that we choose to follow, the removal instructions are in this email, feel free to remove yourself. 1. I do not allow members to have Pampered Chef listed anywhere in their Yahoo profile. Does Pampered Chef still say that consultants are NOT to have Pampered Chef listed in their profiles, such as AOL, Yahoo, etc.? No, this has not nor will it change. You cannot list Pampered Chef as an interest, list the company website as a cool link, list your personal website or say you are a Pampered Chef consultant. The policy is on page 99 of the Recipes for Success. Nothing has changed since we were given a Personal Website. Per Carolyn, why would you have it in your profile if you weren't hoping to get leads off of it and that is against HO guidelines. IF you have additional questions, first read your Recipes for Success then if you have more contact Carolyn Buth at email@example.com 2. Can consultants list the HO website, meaning www.pamperedchef.com their profile? No, HO does NOT want anything link to or about the company in any profiles or even newsletters. 3. Can consultants list their website address, meaning www.pamperedchef.biz/ in their profile? Just as listed in #1, NO, you cannot. Just because we have been given the profile does not change how HO wants things done. We can put our website address in our newsletters to our customers ONLY if we are sending the newsletter in Blind Carbon Copy. 4. Most consultants have a "signature line" (see mine at the end of this email) is it ok to say "Pampered Chef is my love" or anything else about Pampered Chef? I know that we can say "Independent Kitchen Consultant with Pampered Chef" but what about other sayings? This is something we are being asked but do not say members cannot list PC in their signature line. This is ok, a signature line is what you put at the close of your email.