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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy, Rules and Terms and Conditions

1. Privacy Policy

Www.inspirationalbusinessforum.com  uses (www.opentracker.net) to collect visitor data and analyze traffic on our site. We collect this information since it helps us to understand customer interests and improve our website. When you visit our site, the pages that you look at, and a short text file called a cookie, are downloaded to your computer. A cookie is used to store small amounts of information. This information is collected for traffic analysis only. The cookie does not contain personal details. Depending on the browser that you use, you can set your preferences to block/ refuse cookies, and/ or notify you before they are placed. (Opentracker) does not sell, give, or trade the statistics they store to any 3rd parties for data-mining or marketing purposes. Please visit (www.opentracker.net) for their privacy policy. (This is a sample we can use at our website. We need to decide/know which website/tool we use to collect visitor data, I am not familiar with that.)

 

Www.inspirationalbusinessforum.com also reserves its right to modify the policies at the business’ discretion. (We may want to add that we always notify our members by email when and if we would do it).

Should you have any questions regarding our privacy policies, please, do not hesitate to contact us at contact@inspirationalbusinessforum.com.

2. Guiding Principles

 

We already have our guiding principles that include some of the rules we may want to cover:

 

Make a list of the ‘rules’ for using your website and/or services. The rules will depend on the type of website you own and the type of services that you offer. Common rules include:

  • Acceptable Content. If you run any type of site where users can post comments, articles, questions, or any material, you may want to consider laying down the law about what is acceptable. Inform users up front that offensive, defamatory, and illegal material should not be posted on the website.
  • Acceptable Use. When users of a website have the opportunity to interact with one another, problems may arise regarding these interactions. Consider an acceptable use clause, which tells users what types of behavior will not be tolerated. Most acceptable use clauses provide that users may not harass or annoy other users, promote content that violates its policies, or transmit illegal material through the site or its servers.

 

3. Payment Terms

We need to create a new page with “Payment terms” (this does not belong in the privacy policy, nor the terms and conditions). Here is my suggestion on that, built on what we agreed upon during the last meeting;

Www.inspirationalbusinessforum.com uses PayPal when payments are to be made. When www.inspirationalbusinessforum.com has received the payment, the requested membership and/or service will be activated. When www.inspirationalbusinessforum.com receives payment, clients will receive an email of confirmation.

Full payment of membership/service requested is required before a membership and/or service is activated. 

Should client regret a purchase, from the day the client notify www.inspiraltionalbusinessforum.com in written, the remaining time of that membership/service will be repaid. Please notify that the transaction costs PayPal bills www.inspirationalbusinessforum.com for the repented purchase will not be returned, as well as the time already used in the service and/or membership.

Should you have any further questions, please, do not hesitate to contact us on contact@inspirationalbusinessforum.com.

 

 

4. Terms and Conditions

We agreed that when we will start the business, a professional will help to develop our terms and conditions. However, here are some facts about what is important to include and what to think about in this sections.

 

Decide which standard clauses to include. Because a Terms and Conditions is a contract, you may wish to include some standard contract clauses in order to protect your business. Some standard clauses with sample language include:

  • Limitation of Liability. You agree that Company’s entire liability, and your exclusive remedy, with respect to any services(s) provided under this Agreement and any breach of this Agreement is solely limited to the amount you paid for such service(s). Company shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages resulting from the use or inability to use any of its services or for the cost of procurement of substitute services.
  • Copyrights & Trademarks. The trademarks, names, logos and service marks (collectively “trademarks”) displayed on this website are registered and unregistered trademarks of the website owner. Nothing contained on this website should be construed as granting any license or right to use any trademark without the prior written permission of the website owner. The written content displayed on this website is owned by its respective author and may not be reproduced in whole, or in part, without the express written permission of the author.
  • Modification. Company reserves the right to revise the terms and conditions of this Agreement at any time. Any such revision will be binding and effective immediately upon posting of the revised Agreement on our web site. Your continued use of our site constitutes agreement to any revision of the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
  • Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed in all respects by the laws of the United States of America and by the laws of the State of STATE. Each of the parties irrevocably consents to the exclusive personal jurisdiction of the federal and state courts located in STATE, as applicable, for any matter arising out of or relating to this Agreement, except that in actions seeking to enforce any order or any judgment of such federal or state courts located in STATE, such personal jurisdiction shall be nonexclusive.
  • Europeans users. The European Data Privacy Directive prohibits the transfer of personal information from EU member states to destinations that do not meet the European “adequacy” standard for privacy protection. The United States (“U.S.”) Department of Commerce has developed a framework, which allows U.S. businesses to self certify that they are in compliance with European privacy laws so that they may collect information from European users. For complete information on European privacy requirements and self-certification, visit the Better Business Bureau’s website at http://www.bbb.org/us/european-dispute-resolution/getting-started/.