Sales videos have gotten grossly out of hand, and Clickbank is putting a new policy into place. At first, I was a bit annoyed, but after reading the actual verbiage, I think this will be a great move toward more honest marketing. The whole of it can be found here: http://www.clickbank.com/help/vendo...selling-basics/vendor-promotional-guidelines/ Regarding actors in sales videos: 1. There is no verbiage on actors just selling, so long as they don't embody the vendor or tell the vendor's story, meaning if you just want a pitch person, that is still allowed without a disclaimer. 2. It is still permitted to use an actor to tell the vendor's experience (in either first or third person), so long as there is a disclaimer in the video stating that the person is an actor representing the vendor. I think this is a perfect balance of curbing deceptive marketing without stifling the marketer.