Term And Condition

iWebPoint is not just an entertainment site that people visit only for fun. You can create your company profile, promote your business and perform several other vital tasks on iWebPoint. It powers thousands of diverse online communities. The user agreement makes it possible and hassle-free for all. Let’s get to know about iWebPoint’s ‘Terms and Conditions in detail.

1. Your Access to iWebPoint’s services

You must be 13 years of age to be eligible to create an account on iWebPoint. In addition to this, multiple other services expect you to be at least 18 years old. So, before accessing their Services, you should go through their ‘Additional Terms’ at first. If you accept those Terms, not for personal use but on behalf of a government or business entity, you have an absolute legal right to bind the entity to those Terms.

2. Your Use of iWebPoint’s services

iWebPoint gives you a non-transferable, personal, revocable, limited, and non-exclusive license for using and accessing the services under the terms of this company. Except as allowed through the Services, your license will not have to right to:

Sell, transfer, distribute, license, host, assign, or commercially exploit the Content or Services

  • Prepare derivative works, modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer any section of the Content or Services
  • Access the Content or Services to build a competitive or similar product, service, or website, except as authorized under iWebPoint’s ‘Terms and Conditions.

3. Your Content

The Services may have information, links, videos, photos, texts, graphics, or other included content that you create through your profile. iWebPoint does not take responsibility for your content. iWebPoint doesn’t endorse, guarantee, or support the truthfulness, reliability, accuracy, and completeness of any content submitted by you.

Once you submit your content, you warrant and represent that you have all powers, authority, and right to it. Although iWebPoint never screen, monitor, or edit your content, they may remove or delete your content if you are violating their Terms or Content Policy.

4. Your iWebPoint Account and Account Security

For using some features of iWebPoint’s Services, you may have to create a personal or professional account and provide them with a proper username, password, and other account-related details as specified in the Privacy Policy. You alone are accountable for the information related to your account and whatever happens to that account from your side. So, you should maintain your account’s security and immediately notify in case you suspect or discover that someone has made attempts to access your personal account without asking for your permission. Using a strong password will be a good idea.

However, you cannot transfer, sell, or license your account before getting written approval from iWebPoint.

5. Third-Party Advertisements, Promotions, and Content

The Services may have links to third-party products, services, or websites that may be shared by advertisers, their partners, their affiliates, or other users. Any type of third-party content shared by individuals or groups is not under the control of iWebPoint. So, if you use any such content, do it at your own risk.

If you decide to use iWebPoint’s ‘Services’ for conducting a promotion, you are accountable for conducting it. Your promotion needs to clearly state that it has not been sponsored by, associated with, or endorsed by iWebPoint, and your Promotion’s Rules may require each participant or entrant to release iWebPoint from liabilities regarding the promotion.

6. Things that are not in your control

When accessing or using iWebPoint, you have to comply with their Terms as well as be mindful of the rules, regulations, and laws. Please refer to the ‘Content Policy’ and refrain from:

  • Using their Services in such a way that it disables, interferes with, overburdens, impairs, or disrupts the Services
  • Transmit, distribute, or upload to the Services any worms, viruses, or malicious software to hamper the security features
  • Abusing the Services in a way will be counted as fraud

7. Copyright, the DMCA, Takedowns, and Trademark

iWebPoint has respect for the intellectual property of its users and expects users to feel the same way. They have introduced a policy that can remove infringing materials from their Services. If they terminate your content as a response to any trademark or copyright notice, you will receive official notification via private message. You can send a counter mail in case your content has wrongly been charged.

8. Indemnity

You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold iWebPoint, their directors, employees, contractors, licensors, affiliates, officers, service providers, and agents harmless from demands or claims, including attorney’s fees and costs.

9. Payment Information and Paid Services

There are no fees for using iWebPoint or accessing its Services. If you purchase anything on this platform, you have to pay online with the help of a Credit or Debit Card.

10. Disclaimers

The services are offered to users without any warranty of any nature. iWebPoint is not responsible for any fake, incomplete, copied content shared by any user.

11. Alterations to these Terms

iWebPoint is not answerable to anyone when it comes to making changes in ‘Terms’ and may do so when the company deems it necessary. You may receive notification regarding the alterations through email. As a user, you have to accept the revised terms as the company intends to offer the best services to its customers.

12. Miscellaneous

These ‘Terms’ comprise the entire agreement between iWebPoint and you concerning your use and access to their Services. Their failure to enforce or exercise any provision or right of the above-mentioned ‘Terms’ will not function as a waiver of any provision or right. If any of the ‘Terms’ provisions are found to be illegal, unenforceable, or invalid for any reason, other terms will not undergo any change.

Conclusion:

This was all about iWebPoint’s ‘Terms and Conditions. If you wish to gather more information, you may visit their official site. You can also have a look at iWebPoint’s Privacy Policy.