GiveBack360, Inc. and/or its affiliates ("GiveBack360") provide GiveBack360.com and its products or services to you subject to the following conditions. If you visit, search or shop on our Sites, you accept these conditions. Please read them carefully, because they contain important disclosures and information regarding terms of sale, among other terms that may affect your legal rights.
These Terms govern your use of the website offered by GiveBack360 at www.giveback360.com (including any mobile, merchant-specific, city-specific or other area-specific versions or sections) (each a “Site”), and all products or services accessed through the Sites (collectively “Services”).
These Terms constitute a binding legal agreement (“Agreement,” though we may use “Terms” interchangeably with “Agreement” herein) in electronic form between you (“you,” “your” and/or “yourself”) and GiveBack360, Inc.
and its successors, subsidiaries, affiliates and family of brands (“GiveBack360,” “we,” “us” and/or “our”).
By using the Sites and/or Services, you agree to these Terms. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS, IMMEDIATELY STOP ACCESSING OR USING ANY OF THE SITES AND/OR SERVICES. BY USING THE SITES AND/OR SERVICES, YOU HAVE ACCEPTED THE TERMS. In some instances, both these Terms and separate terms of service or guidelines setting forth conditions may apply to a service or product offered via the Sites ("Additional Terms"). The Additional Terms are incorporated by reference into these Terms. The Additional Terms are generally intended to be supplemental to these Terms, but to the extent there is an conflict between these Terms and any Additional Terms, the Additional Terms will control unless the Additional Terms expressly state otherwise and/or unless otherwise prohibited by applicable law.
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