Anti-Fraud & Bullying Policy – Saffire Blue Inc.

Anti-Fraud & Bullying Policy

Internet fraud costs companies across the country billions of dollars every year and bullying can cause employees a significant amount of stress.  Cyberbullying refers to harassment that occurs via the Internet, such as through text messages and social media posts and often includes threats and intimidation.

With the boom of social media and expansion of online shopping, we have elected to follow the lead of several large retailers and outline our policy for anti-fraud and bullying by customers. By doing business with Saffire Blue Inc. you agree to not partake in the following behaviors:

Swearing and Foul Language

Screaming, derogatory, racially charged, swearing or intimidating language when speaking with our agents by telephone or online.

Stalking Employees & Threats of Harm

Stalking employees and/or their significant others on social media or in local communities.

Chargebacks & Stolen Credit Cards

Performing chargebacks for items received and/or using a stolen credit card as payment of an order. In both of these cases we reserve the right to regain funds by turning all paperwork over to the authorities.

Social Media Bullying & Threats of Intimidation

Making false or derogatory statements about the company or products for the purpose of harming the company. This includes statements such as, “If you don’t do what I am asking, then I will leave a bad review or will go on social media to ruin your business.”

Company Reviews & Dishonesty

Saffire Blue Inc. works hard to exceed every customer’s expectations. Our goal is to have happy customers and repeat business. The reality is not all online reviews are honest or have pure motives. Sometimes they are placed by competitors or affiliates of competitors with the goal of harming the company. Placing dishonest or inaccurate reviews on social media platforms is not acceptable.

Saffire Blue Inc. reserves the right to pursue legal action against any person, customer or competitor who fails to abide by the aforementioned user agreement.