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The information presented on this website and on social media accounts and e-commerce stores operated or owned by Communication Hackers, LLC (“Company”), are for your educational and entertainment purposes only.
There is no guarantee whatsoever that you will achieve any particular result, or that you will make money (or money) by following advice provided by Company, purchasing Company’s products, or otherwise trying recommendations made by Company.
Company is not presenting you with a business opportunity.
Company does not make any claims or guarantees as to income you may earn. Any references to opportunities to increase your income, profit, or leads, are made as an illustration of the possible applications of recommended strategies, tactics, or tools only.
Before embarking on any endeavor, you should use caution and seek the advice your own personal professional advisors, such as your attorney and your accountant.
Where income figures are mentioned (if any), those income figures are anecdotal information passed on to Company concerning the results achieved by the individual sharing the information. Company has performed no independent verification of the statements made by those individuals. Please do not assume that you will make those same income figures.
You should not construe any statement in this website as a claim or representation of average earnings. There are NO average earnings. Testimonials and statements of individuals are not to be construed as claims or representations of average earnings. Company cannot, does not, and will not make any claims as to earnings, average, or otherwise.
Success in any endeavor is based on many factors individual to you. Company does not know your educational background, your skills, your prior experience, or the time you can and will devote to the endeavor.
There are risks in any endeavor that are not suitable for everyone. Should you decide to apply or employ any of the recommendations made by Company, including strategies, tactics, tools, applications, or the services of other companies, you agree that you do so at your own risk and engage in such action after your own due diligence and analysis.
There is no guarantee that you will earn any money using any of the ideas presented in materials, advice, strategies, or tactics recommended by Company.
None of the materials, strategies, tactics, recommendations or advice presented in any way by Company is intended to, or is to, be interpreted as an offer to engage in a joint venture, to invest money in a business or company, or to purchase securities of any sort.
Please understand that past performance cannot be an indication of possible future results
Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions for Use of, or Access to, On-line Resources Operated by Communication Hackers, LLC, dba Communication Hackers (hereinafter “Communication Hackers” “Company” or “We”).
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. BY USING, ACCESSING, OR LINKING TO ON-LINE RESOURCES OPERATED BY COMMUNICATION HACKERS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO WEBSITES, INTERACTIVE DIGITAL COMMUNITIES, BLOGS, OR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS, YOU AGREE TO ALL THE TERMS CONTAINED WITHIN THIS AGREEMENT. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ALL OF THESE TERMS, THEN YOU ARE NOT PERMITTED TO UTILIZE SUCH ON-LINE RESOURCE.
This website and other referenced On-line resources are owned and operated by Communication Hackers, LLC, a Washington State Limited Liability Company.
The On-Line Resources (“Resources”) operated by Communication Hackers, LLC (the “Company”) are intended for general informational, educational, and reference purposes only. None of the information contained in Resources are intended to be specific legal advice or consulting advice to any person or entity.
The Resources are intended only for lawful residents of the United States who are 13 years of age or older. None of the contents of Resources are intended for children under the age of 13, and are not intended in any way to market commercial products to, or solicit any information whatsoever from children under the age of 13 years of age. Users of Resources (“You,” or “Users”) are personally and solely responsible for ensuring that accessing the Resources, and the information or products and services contained within, is lawful to view and access in the jurisdiction in which they reside or from which they access the Resources.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- Disclaimer of Warranties. Except where disclaimer of warrantees are prohibited by law, the Resources are provided, and by accepting these Terms and Conditions you are agreeing to use of or access to Resources, on an As Is basis and acknowledging the following warranty disclaimers. All express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, warranty of merchantability, warranty of fitness for use, warranty of title, and warranty of non-infringement are hereby disclaimed wholly, and completely. Furthermore, We do not warranty in any way that the Resources, and functions or purposes served within or available through the Resources, will work in any particular manner, will be error free, uninterrupted, free of viruses, worms or other malware, or error free. If any particular portion of these disclaimers of warranty shall be found, by a court of competent jurisdiction, to be unlawful or otherwise unenforceable, then all remaining portions shall continue to have full force and effect. All information provided, shared, or linked to on Resources are for informational and reference purposes only. You agree that if you choose to follow any advice contained within the information, you are doing so at your sole and exclusive risk and you agree to release Company and its owners from any such liability as further described in section 2 below.
- Release and waiver of liability. Neither the Company nor any of its owners shall be liable for any liability, penalty, fee, fine, attorney’s fees, or any other costs, associated with, stemming from, or in any other way pertaining to Your use of, or access to the Resources or reliance on the Resources, regardless of the theory of liability including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, special, consequential, incidental, exemplary, punitive or any other type of damages, lost or damaged data, damage to equipment, lost profits, personal injury or death, all of which are excluded, waived and disclaimed in their entirety and in perpetuity by the agreement of the parties. Your agreement to exclude, waive and disclaim shall extend, in perpetuity, to your estate, descendants, heirs and assigns. If any particular portion of these disclaimers of liability shall be found, by a court of competent jurisdiction, to be unlawful or otherwise unenforceable, then all remaining portions shall continue to have full force and effect.
- Indemnification and hold harmless. You agree to, and shall indemnify, defend, and hold completely harmless the Company and its owners from and against any claims, damages (of any type, including punitive or exemplary damagers), penalties, fees, fines, and costs, claimed by any third party or imposed by any governmental entity or court of law, for your actions or inactions in any way relevant to, stemming from, or resulting from your use or misuse of the Resources. This duty to defend, indemnify and hold harmless shall include payment of any reasonable attorney’s fees incurred therefrom.
- Applicability of Terms and Conditions. Except as prohibited by law these Terms and Conditions shall be binding on You, your estate, descendants, heirs, and assigns.
- Non-Responsibility for Third-Party Actions or Third-Party Websites. The Resources are available to many Users and, from time to time, may permit Users to access websites or other digital resources operated by third-parties. The Company has no control over the actions of Users or third-parties that may operate websites or other digital resources accessible through the Resources. As such, the Company takes no responsibility for the actions of other Users. Furthermore, while the Company will exercise care in choosing the websites and other digital resources that are officially accessible through the Resources, because it has no control over these websites and other digital resources, and because other Users may, through interactive media, themselves post or provide access to third-party websites and other digital resources, Company disclaims all responsibility for the contents of these third-party website and other digital resources, and advises Users to exercise care when following links that take them to websites or other digital resources, operated by this-parties, outside of Resources.
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) Notices. The Company respects the intellectual property rights of everyone. If you believe that your intellectual property rights have been violated by copyrighted material posted by a third party on or through the Resources, then the Company will take prompt action to investigate your allegation and take appropriate action so long as you provide notice to the Company’s designated agent:
Attn: DMCA Notice
Send the notice by email to Admin@communicationhackers.com.
All DMCA notices MUST contain the following:
- (i) A physical or electronic signature of a person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
- (ii) Identification of the copyrighted work claimed to have been infringed, or, if multiple copyrighted works at a single online site are covered by a single notification, a representative list of such works at that site.
- (iii) Identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing or to be the subject of infringing activity and that is to be removed or access to which is to be disabled, and information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to locate the material.
- (iv) Information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to contact the complaining party, such as an address, telephone number, and, if available, an electronic mail address at which the complaining party may be contacted.
- (v) A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
- (vi) A statement that the information in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
- Brand Assets Belonging to the Company. The following are Brand Assets belonging to the Company: the name Communication Hackers and the associated teal and grey logo. The Company claims and reserves all rights to such Brand Assets and the intellectual property contained therein. Use other than as licensed or as reasonably permitted by the Fair Use Doctrine, is strictly prohibited. In particular, you may not utilize the Company’s Brand Assets: a) in a manner that might deceive or confuse the public; b) in a manner that implies that you own or control the the Brand Assets; c) in a manner that implies that you or your organization is affiliated with the Company unless you actually are and receive a license to use the Brand Assets in such a manner; d) in a manner that suggest that the Company sponsors or endorses you, your organization or your product/service; e) in a manner that confusingly combines your Brand Assets with those of the Company; f) on your website or other digital presence vehicle (including social media sites or accounts owned or controlled by you) if the Company’s Brand Assets are featured more prominently than other branding material on the site; or g) on your website or other digital presence vehicle (including social media sites or accounts owned or controlled by you) if said website or digital presence vehicle promotes pornography, gambling, underage smoking or drinking, or any unlawful activity. Whenever you reference the Company’s Brand Assets, you are required to use the “™” designator following it at least once in any document, web page or other digital presence vehicle.
- “CommunicationHackers,” and “Communication Hackers,” are trademarks owned by the Company and are considered Company Brand Assets.
- The following logos are trademarks owned by the Company and are considered Company Brand Assets . The Company does not permit the use of logo Brand Assets except as specifically licensed in writing:
- Change to these Terms and Conditions. The Company may unilaterally change any of the provisions herein if, in its sole discretion, it believes the change to be appropriate. Upon any change, the new version of this Agreement will be posted on the main website for the Company and reasonable steps will be taken to inform Users of such changes. Users are responsible for checking for amendments from time to time and for reviewing the newly posted Terms and Conditions when informed of their existence.
- Mandatory Arbitration. Any disputes relating to this Agreement and to the Resources, shall be resolved by binding arbitration only, and the parties hereby waive their otherwise inherent right to file a lawsuit in a court of competent jurisdiction for relief. This means that by accepting this Agreement, you are waiving your right to file a lawsuit in court and to form a class for purposes of a class action lawsuit. Prior to commencing with arbitration, any aggrieved party is strongly encouraged to contact the Company’s dispute resolution center at: Admin@communicationhackers.com. If arbitration becomes necessary, then the parties agree that it shall be conducted in the following manner:
- The arbitrator may be any appropriate arbitrator or consumer arbitration provider as agreed to between the parties. If the parties are unable to select a mutually acceptable arbitrator or arbitration service, then each party shall select an individual arbitrator and the arbitrators shall jointly select a third arbitrator, and the third, selected, arbitrator shall preside over the arbitration.
- Upon the conclusion of the arbitration, the most prevailing party shall be entitled to its reasonable attorney’s fees and costs, and the other party shall be responsible for the entire cost of the arbitration proceedings including the cost of the arbitrator.
- All arbitration proceedings shall be conducted by telephone, video-conferencing and/or any other equally accessible electronic or digital means.
- Neither party shall have the opportunity to present or communicate to the arbitrator in person prior to the rendering of a decision, unless the presentation or communication is mutually agreed upon.
- Any award resulting from arbitration may be filed in any court of competent jurisdiction. If the party who is required, by an arbitration award, to pay damages does not pay such damages within a reasonable period of time and legal action is necessary to enforce said award, then the party enforcing the award shall be entitled to its reasonable attorney’s fees and costs for such enforcement action.
- Arbitration awards shall be final and shall not be subject to appeal into a court of competent jurisdiction even if such an appeal is allowed by court rules pertaining to mandatory arbitration of legal disputes in any relevant jurisdiction.
- If any portion of this Mandatory Arbitration section is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be unenforceable for any reason, then said portion shall be removed and the remainder of the section shall be enforceable as if the unenforceable provision was never a portion thereof.
- Venue. Venue for any legal action requiring an action in court, including any legal action to enforce the Mandatory Arbitration provisions herein, shall only be proper in a State or Federal court of competent jurisdiction, physically located within the counties of Benton or Franklin, in the State of Washington.
- Choice of Law. These Terms and Conditions are created under the laws of the State of Washington, and for all purposes shall be interpreted under Washington State laws governing contractual transactions between Washington State residents.
- No Legal Notices Accepted. The Company does not, by operating the Service or any other website, social media account or other digital presence, consent to service of legal notice of any sort whatsoever, by way of delivery through resources associated with the Service or such other website, social media account or other digital presence, including any email addresses that may be found therein. Instead, any such legal notices shall be served in the manner otherwise directed by applicable law.
- If a court of competent jurisdiction finds that any portion of these Terms and Conditions to be unenforceable, or if any of these Terms and Conditions conflict with any agreements that the Company has with third-parties (such as operators of social media services to which the Company has subscribed) then said unenforceable or conflicting portion(s) shall be severed and the remaining portions shall be enforceable as if the unenforceable portion was never a part of these Terms and Conditions to begin with.
Applicability of this Policy
This Policy applies to all websites operated by Communication Hackers, LLC, (the “Company,” “We,” or “Us”) and all social media sites or accounts utilized officially by the Company as to all persons lawfully accessing such services, websites or social media sites/accounts (“Service(s)”). This Policy does not apply to persons who illegally access the Service or who access the Service in violation of the applicable Terms of Service.
Information we Receive about You
Upon Creation of Your Account (necessary for posting comments under certain circumstances)
Upon creation of your account, you will be required to provide basic personal information about yourself including your name, general geographic area, gender, email address, and birth month and year (to verify that you are 13 years of age or older).
Once your account has been created, you will have the opportunity to create a customized user profile. The information collected in the process of creating your user profile is unlimited and is completely controlled by you. You may include as much or as little information as you would like in your user profile and you may even upload a photo of yourself as your avatar.
Subscription to Commercial Solicitation List
If you choose to subscribe to one of our mailing or other contact list that may involve commercial solicitation, we will always abide by the best practices listed below under Commercial Solicitations. When you do so subscribe, then we will receive and record any identifying information, such as email address or other preference information, that you choose to provide.
Purchase Transaction Information
If you decide to make a purchase from Us of any service or products we offer, then you will have to provide a valid means of payment that may involve providing your Paypal Account credentials, credit card, and billing address.
Certain functionality of the Service or other Websites or social media accounts operated by the Company will allow Users to upload or share data, information, images, videos or text in a variety of formats or forums (collectively, “User Content”). In addition to the submission formats or forums incidental and part of the use of the Service itself, this may also include submissions for contests, Wiki pages, public user forums or other interactive services.
User Initiated Communication
If you decide to contact Us to provide feedback, accolades or complaints, then the contents of your communication to Us will be collected and recorded.
Functionality Data and Connections
In order to enhance the value of the Service, to enhance security, and in an effort to constantly improve the user experience, We regularly collect (including by automated means such as by use of analytics tools) data about usage patterns of Users. This data may include, but is not limited to, IP addresses, bandwidth usage, operating systems of Users, types of browsers used, speed of user internet connections, frequency of log-in, purchasing habits, and use of different resources or interfaces. We do not intentionally collect and user-identifiable data.
Information from Children Under the Age of 13
None of the Company’s services are intended for available to children under the age of 13 and We never knowingly solicit or collect any information whatsoever from or about children under the age of 13. If you become aware that your child under the age of 13 has been using the Company’s services or has submitted information to Us, please let us know by email at email@example.com. If we become aware that a child under the age of 13 has been using our services or submitting information to us, We will immediately terminate the child’s account and will take reasonable steps to delete the submitted information.
When we Will Disclose Your Information
Law Enforcement Verified Emergency Purposes
We have a policy of cooperating with law enforcement officials if they can provide a verified emergency reason (ie someone’s life is in danger) for needing access to information or data that we could otherwise produce in response to legal process pursuant to the Electronic Communications Protection Act (“ECPA”), Stored Communication Act (“SCA”) or other applicable legal scheme. We will always require that any law enforcement agency requesting data in such a circumstance to provide us with the applicable legal process as soon as possible.
In Response to Appropriate Legal Process
We will produce any requested data that is lawfully and properly requested by service of proper legal process (subpoena, administrative order, or search warrant) pursuant to the ECPA, SCA or other applicable legal scheme.
What we Never Do with Information We Collect or Receive
We never sell or lend personal information we collect from or about you to any third-party for commercial purposes. For purposes of this statement, We define “personal information” as information we possess from or about you, that can be readily correlated with you as an individual person. For example, your address, your individual user habits, or your credit card information, would all constitute personal information. In contrast, a geographical count of users residing in a certain geographical area (without providing names), aggregate data about how many users have certain user habits, and how many users purchased a certain service using credit cards, would not be personally identifiable with you individually, and therefore would not constitute personal information.
In the case of credit card information necessary for a purchase transaction, we utilize a payment processor gateway that collects all of your information directly onto their secure servers. None of Our servers or resources keep any of your credit card information at any time unless you subscribe to a recurring service and expressly authorize credit card information to be kept for that exclusive purpose.
How we Use Information we Collect or Receive
As to Data or Information Intended to be Public
Data and information you voluntarily place in your User Profile or in messages or postings intended to be public (such as comments in open forums or contributions to Wiki pages) are made public to all Users and may be indexed by and visible via commonly used internet search engines such as Google or Yahoo. Private “User to User” messages are not considered to be data or information intended to be public. We do not delete or remove public messages, postings or Wiki-contributions unless they violate Copyright Law, Trademark Law, or violate Our Acceptable Use Policy. If you decide to cancel your account, while your User Profile will be frozen and archived and therefore no longer accessible to other users and the public, it will not be deleted. Furthermore, cached versions of your User Profile may be available throughout the internet from sources other than servers or networks We operate or use
As to all other Data or information
We are constantly striving to improve the user experience with the Service, and to enhance the safety and security of users, the Service, and the network resources on which the Service resides. We use your personal information to assist us in making these user experience and safety and security improvements. We may also use your personal information as necessary if we need to address or investigate a complaint about violations of the Acceptable Use Policy.
In the course of designing improvements, enhancements or value added products for the Service, we may access or utilize your personal information. From time to time this may include needing to contract with other professionals, including, but not limited to programmers, security professionals, game designers, and networking professionals (collectively “Enterprise Partners”) who may be contracted to assist with such product development functions. Such Enterprise Partners may, in the course of product development, need access to your personal information. However, we always ensure that such Enterprise Partners are not only reputable, but are also contractually bound to follow these same privacy polices.
We respect your commercial solicitation preferences (and the provisions of the Can SPAM Act) and will never send unwanted commercial solicitations to you either by messaging functionality built in to the Service, by email, social media messaging or posting, or any other means.
We will only send you commercial solicitations if you have opted in to receive such solicitations.
If you decide to unsubscribe from commercial solicitations, we will remove you from our commercial solicitation list promptly and will not send any further commercial solicitations.
For purposes of the Can SPAM Act, our physical address is:
214 Orchard Way
Richland, WA 99352
Please contact us immediately by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you believe that you have either received unwanted commercial solicitations or if you have tried, and have been unable to unsubscribe from commercial solicitations.
We reserve the right to use Aggregate Data for any legitimate business purpose including business functions that involve sharing such data with other companies, individuals, or organizations. This may include, but is not limited to, promoting the Service to game platforms, improving security, enhancing the user experience, planning for expansion of service resources, or for enforcement of the Acceptable Use Policy.
Reports of Privacy Concerns