Effective April 24, 2013
ACCEPTANCE OF USER SUPPLIED CONTENT POLICY
By using coordinatorforaday.com (the "Site"), you ("you" or the "User") agree to the user supplied content policy that we have provided. If you do not wish to agree to the outlined user supplied content policy (the "Content Policy" or "Agreement"), please refrain from using the Site.
Comment, Communication, and Content Uploading
Our website provides users the ability to post messages, upload content, videos, photos, and other materials through our various forums (collectively herein “user content”). You are solely responsible for any and all user content you upload, post, or display (“post”) on our website, including but not limited to messages, text, photos, videos, and any other user content you upload or post on our website. CFAD reserves the right, but has no obligation, to monitor the content you post on our website, and in its sole discretion may remove, block, or edit, any and all portions of user content posted, with or without notice to you. If CFAD chooses at any time, in its sole discretion to monitor user content, it still has no responsibility for the user content or for the conduct of a user posting user content or to edit or remove any user content. If you are involved in a dispute with one or more users of CFAD, you release CFAD (including its officers, directors, employees, and affiliates) from claims, demands, damages (actual and consequential) of every kind arising out of or in any way connected to any dispute.
The following conduct is prohibited when using the CFAD website for any purpose. By posting any User Content you agree to refrain from behaving in conduct including but not limited to the following:
Accuracy of user content
Excluding User Content, the information on this website is believed to be complete and reliable; however, the information may contain typographical errors, other errors, or inaccuracies. We will use reasonable efforts to correct errors as soon as practicable. We reserve the right to: (i) correct any errors, inaccuracies, or omission; and (ii) make changes to content, product descriptions or specifications, or other information without obligation to issue any notice of such changes.