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Terms of Use

  1. Definitions
    1. Customer - person or organization using the Systems
    2. Vendor - Bronze Inc., employees, agents, subcontractors, representatives and assigns
    3. Systems - software, hardware, information, methods, personnel, etc. comprising this site

  2. No Guarentees. The Vendor makes no guarentees, nor warrantees, nor any other promises, nor committments of any kind, neither expressed, nor implied, neither verbal, nor written, nor by email, nor posting on the Internet, nor by any other means. The sole exception being explicit, signed, written agreements between the Customer and Bronze Inc. This paragraph takes precedence over any other portion of this document. Other paragraphs in this document serve to emphasize these points and further inform the Customer. No other paragraph makes any commitment of any kind.

  3. No Remedies. In no event will the Vendor be liable to the Customer for any damages, including any lost profits, lost savings, lost time, emotional distress, extra costs, or any other kind of incidental or consequential damages. Under no circumstances will the Customer seek to recover any amounts from the Vendor, except for refunds for amounts paid by the Customer and received by the Vendor for the specific services under dispute.

  4. Indemnification. Customer agrees to defend, indemnify, save and hold Vendor harmless from any and all demands, liabilities, losses, costs and claims, including reasonable attorneys' fees, asserted against Vendor, its agents, its Customers, servants, officers and employees, that may arise from the Customer's use of Vendor's service.

  5. Legal Information and Activities. The Customer will only provide information that is legal under U.S. and international laws, and the laws of countries in which that information is used.

  6. Vendor Sole Discretion. The Vendor, at its sole discretion, at any time, without notice, nor consideration for any party, may arbitrarily make any changes the Vendor desires, including terminating a Customer's account.

  7. Copyright. See the Copyright Notice for copyright information.

  8. Information Disclaimer. See the Information Disclaimer for warnings about the quality of the information.

  9. Content and Quality of Information Provided by the Customer. See the Content Guidelines for providing information to the Vendor.

  10. Customer Restrictions. The Customer must conform to restrictions imposed by the Vendor. The purpose of the restrictions are to protect the performance and integrity of the Systems, as well as the Customer, Vendor and general public. If the Customer violates any restrictions, the Vendor, without notice, may disable the Customerís account immediately.

  11. Customer Good Faith. The Customer must use the Systems in good faith and not seek to harm the Systems in any way. The Customer must not attempt to misrepresent themselves, nor mislead the Vendor, nor other Customers, nor the public, through any means, nor attempt to undermine the security or integrity of the Systems in any way, nor attempt to access information, software or features which are not intended for the Customer's use.

    The Customer will not attempt to circumvent the intent of the Systems, and will pay for any features used through circumvention. For example, listing the Customer's email or website requires fee-based membership. The Customer will not enter their email or website in another field to avoid incurring the membership fee. Similarly, publicizing nationwide or worldwide requires fee-based membership. The Customer will not enter the same event over and over again in each area to avoid incurring fees for publicizing nationwide and worldwide.

  12. The Customer will only enter information appropiate to the Systems. For example, the Customer will only enter event information in the event form. An example of inappropriate information would be advertising products for sale in the event listing.

  13. Password Confidentiality. The Customer will protect the confidentiality of password protected and limited access areas of the Vendorís Systems.

  14. Non-Competitive Use. The Customer will not use the Systems, nor allow the Systems to be used by others, for the benefit of a competitive product.

  15. Information Solely Owned By Vendor. All legal information provided by the Customer to the Vendor is the sole property of the Vendor without restrictions.

  16. Public Information. Due to the public nature of the Internet, all information provided by the Customer to the Vendor is potentially publicly accessible. The Vendor, at its sole discretion, chooses all the particulars of distributing and withholding the information.

  17. Loss of Information. The Vendor is not responsible should loss of information occur. The Customer is responsible for preserving the Customer's data. The Customer must take needed precautions to protect against loss of the Customer's information, such as making backups on the Customer's own systems.

  18. Excessive Use. The Customer will not take any actions that may put an excessive strain on the Systems without the Vendorís prior approval. The Customer will not use automated programs to access information on the Systems. Internet search engines may use automated programs to index pages for the sole purpose of providing links to this site.

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