Editorial Guidelines

We aim to provide an accurate and unbiased view throughout our content. We do not support or allow unsubstantiated claims, false information or slander against individuals or organisations.

We also do not permit any content which falls under:

  • Hate Speech: Including direct attack against people on the basis of what we call protected characteristics: race, ethnicity, national origin, disability, religious affiliation, caste, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity and serious disease.
  • Inappropriate or Adult Content: Including pornography, sexual solicitation, violent or graphic content.

Corrections and broken links

While we aim to provide accurate and up to date information and resources, from time to time you may come across out of date information or broken link. In such cases you can email us at [email protected], stating the offending article URL and text/link in question.  We aim to fix/reply to all requests within 48 hours.


Rich Woman Magazine is part of several affiliate sales networks. This means that many of the companies whose products you see listed on this site pay us referral should any of our readers place an order with them.

However, we are not paid to recommend any service or product. Any products or services we promote in our articles and editorial content is done so on the basis that it offers value to our readers and site users.

When you click to buy those products using the links that you find on this site, we receive compensation from the company that sells the product. Being a part of these networks makes it possible to support a team of writers and generally keep the lights on!

Buying through our links does not incur any additional charges, and in fact often times we are able to promote special offers you might otherwise miss.

We greatly appreciate it when you choose to use our links to buy products and we aim to be upfront about products we receive compensation for.

Affiliate networks include Clickbank, Commission Junction, Amazon.com and many other smaller affiliate networks.