I apologize. Half way through writing my reply I lost the fact that you were talking about "LGPL Waiver Visible" at all times, and started assuming that you would be removing it if you distributed your application. Sorry for that.
Seems that you have found the correct FAQ for your case, and to further support it, the first post in this thread here is very informative for licensing models. I copy/paste the last section of that post, the part that applies to your distribution model. This section applies to a named application sold to more than 5 end user organizations either deployed or as SaaS:
Gizmox provides two distribution options for OEM named application or named application offered as SaaS:
LGPL Open Source Distribution Option
You may license your OEM named application or named application offered as SaaS, with an LGPL license for VWG combined code or library. This license requires a notice to your end user organization that the application contains LGPL open source VWG library or code and that VWG is the copyright owner. Also you are required to maintain the VWG LGPL Copyright UI waiver, as it presented on VWG UI (from version 3.1.1). You may remove it only with commercial distribution option license. If you choose the LGPL open source distribution option, you may deploy the combined application freely and there is no OEM / SaaS Royalties owed to Gizmox.
Click here to distribute as LGPL (Not mandatory)
Commercial Distribution Option
Pay lump sum OEM / SaaS license fee per named application for lifetime distribution rights and license your product to your end user organization, as you choose with no restrictions. With this license you may remove the LGPL VWG waiver, and you do not have to notify your end user organization that you had embedded VWG in your product. If you choose this commercial distribution option, you will have to pay a lump sum of $5000 per named application that entitles you a lifetime royalty free deployment of the specific named application.
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Hope this clarifies,