What are Promoted Petitions?
Promoted Petitions are advertisements, allowing you to have your favorite petitions discovered by thousands of potential supporters. Similar to boosted posts on Facebook or sponsored tweets on Twitter, promoted petitions let you pay to show any petition (including your own) to other potential supporters on Change.org or our distribution channels.
How do Promoted Petitions work?
When a user pays to promote a petition, that petition will be shown to potential supporters featured on Change.org and possibly our distribution channels. Petition promotion often leads to more people signing it, which can ultimately help the campaign to win.
What payment processor is used?
Does Change.org save financial information?
No. If a user gives their consent then Stripe, our payment processor, will save their financial information so that they don't have to retype their credit card number each time they want to promote a petition. For further information on how Stripe handles user information please see their Terms of Service
Are there any transaction fees?
No, our payment processor does not charge users any transaction fees. Charges can be processed in both US Dollars or local currency. Users with non-US credit cards may incur additional fees from their bank. Check with your bank for possible fees that may be incurred.
Is Change.org a charity?
What is Change.org’s refund policy?
All transactions are final.
We try to show the petition you promote the number of times indicated above. In certain circumstances, we may not be able to show the petition the exact number of times indicated. For example, if the petition is victorious, becomes inactive or if it violates our advertising guidelines.
Be sure to follow the applicable laws in your jurisdiction regarding the promotion of this petition. You are responsible for all liabilities incurred if you violate them (including any liability imposed on Change.org).