Hi, I had an affiliate marketing agreement with an Australian online betting company. The agreement was for 3 years and I was told that this agreement was in place so that if either party did not perform or supply what they said then both parties could part ways. If both parties were happy, then it would flow on for life. All the companies' advertising states sales commission for life in fact. This is how they lured me in by giving me examples of some people who where able to get 1 customer and earn hundreds of thousands in commission from this customer whilst the customer stayed a member of there site. I entered into this early when it was hard to get people to join online but I worked hard and after some years started seeing the rewards with over 300 customers joining from my efforts. They paid me for four years after the initial agreement then 2 years after, they sold the business to another company. They then said they could cancel my agreement at any time and they had changed their terms and conditions. They then removed all advertising saying commission for life from their site and from google, but I copied these ads from google. They say the new terms said you must bring in an amount of new members in a certain term to have the commission for life. This is not how it was sold to me. Is this worth fighting under contract law? My finances were planned around this money and now I am struggling to make ends meet. Any help would be appreciated.