Terms of Use


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Before accessing our Site or using any of the Services we provide, please take a moment to read these Terms of Service (these “Terms”) in their entirety. By engaging with this site or utilizing its Services, you agree to comply fully with all terms and conditions outlined here. Should you disagree with any portion of these Terms, kindly refrain from further access and use of the Site and/or related services.

Use License

By using our Site and Services, you agree to accept all terms listed in these Terms. However, please remember that your use of the website is at your own risk; meaning there may be Content that could potentially offend or distress you due to its inaccurate nature or offensiveness.

Prohibited Uses

It is strictly prohibited to utilize this website for any unlawful or otherwise restricted purpose. In addition, the following activities are explicitly forbidden:

  • You must not use this website in any way that breaches applicable laws;
  • Do not copy, reproduce, resell, or exploit for profit any parts of this Site;
  • Never collect data about other users without their express permission;
  • Attempting to break into another user’s computer system is strictly prohibited.

Disclaimer Of Warranties

When you use this site, it is your responsibility and risk. We do not make any explicit warranties of any kind either expressed or implied regarding the accuracy, completeness, security, or usefulness of a particular purpose of our service provided on an “as-is” basis. Furthermore, we are unable to guarantee that our service will be error-free as well.

Limitation Of Liability

We shall not be held responsible for any damages resulting from your access or use of this site, regardless of whether we were notified in advance. This includes direct and indirect damage, special circumstances, punitive actions, exemplary consequences, and more.