The Chat Pact
Before you apply to host any Chatterbox event, you agree to the Chat Pact, which is a variation of our existing House Party Pact. To us here at House Party, this is as sacred oath that while participating as a Chatterbox, you’ll help us protect both you and our community.
Here’s how it goes:
If selected as a Chatterbox: Remember that by becoming a Chatterbox you are agreeing to follow the House Party Pact whereby you promise to conduct yourself in the House Party spirit.
The House Party Pact prohibits selling any of the product in the Chat Pack as it is provided only to be used and shared during a Chatterbox. Anyone who breaks this trust will lose their House Party privileges and may subsequently face further legal action. Do you agree NOT to sell any of the contents of your Chat Pack?
For Reference, the House Party Pact goes as follows:
Hosting a House Party is a special opportunity, and with that come certain commitments. Please confirm that you will...
- Submit only one application per household (per party)
- Answer all questions accurately
- Plan and host the best party you can
- Share your Party Pack with your guests, as intended
- Not attempt to obtain extra Party Packs or Party Pack items
- Upload a group picture of you and your partygoers to the Party Page and verify the number of people in the photo
By applying for a host spot, you are agreeing to conduct yourself in the spirit of House Party — sharing a product with the people you love, through an exclusive experience. Hosts who break this Party Pact and abuse this trust will lose their House Party privileges.
After the Official Party Day, as one of your “activities”, you’ll be asked to upload a Group photo to the “My activity” tab on your event page. As part of your Party Pact (when you applied for the party), you agreed to upload this photo. We want to see you and your partygoers in action! After you upload it, you’ll need to tell us how many people are in the photo, so don’t be shy! Please share this photo with us as soon as you can after your party.
To respect both you and your guests’ privacy, this photo can be made private and only visible to you and your invited guests. If you’d like your photo to be private, you’ll need to check the box when uploading the photo that says “Do NOT post on the party site”. The Group photo is also important to House Party; it’s one of the many ways we’re working to select the best hosts and reward members who throw awesome parties.