1.What are the main differences among the three types of memberships?
Free membership allows you to have limited access only to the unlocked regulatory news, Cosmepedia, free ebooks and inventory toolbox. You will be informed of regulatory updates by our bi-weekly newsletter after signing up as ChemLinked Users.
Standard membership is individual-based and offers all resources (except for Cosme-list and affiliate publication) already available on the ChemLinked Cosmetic Portal, which is more suitable for an individual or one person from a company. However, the affiliate publications should be additionally charged.
Corporate membership allows users <=20 from one company to enjoy unlimited access to all resources (except for affiliate publication) already available on the ChemLinked Cosmetic Portal, which is more suitable for large cosmetic companies or multinational enterprises who are in need of using ChemLinked by more than one staff.
Special membership is for multi-users more than 20 from one company to enjoy unlimited access to all resources already available on the ChemLinked Cosmetic Portal or for bodies, agencies, organizations, associations, chamber of commerce, or any non-profit centers, which have a group of members of their own and will potentially re-circulate our resources to them. The membership price will be evaluated and determined based on the property and the number of the members of the organization.
2.Why can’t premium members download the affiliate publications?
The affiliate publications are provided by our affiliate company, so we cannot include them into the premium membership benefits.
3.Can I ask for refund of the membership fee?
Yes, we offer a no-questions-asked full refund within 7 days of purchase if you're not happy with the results. Please be noted that your credit card company or bank may charge you a small amount of transaction fees, and we can't cover that.
4.Once subscribed can I have free access to ChemLinked other portals?
ChemLinked 4 industry and 2 language portals run independently. Free access is only available within the subscribed portal.