CelebNetWorthstat owns the rights to the CelebNetWorthstat website at CelebNetWorthstat.com. If there are any extra guidelines, terms, or rules for any of the site’s features, they will be displayed on the site along with the function in question.
Everything else is referred to herein as “Terms of Service” or “Agreement.”
Using the site is subject to the following terms and conditions, all of which are spelled out here. The fact that you’ve entered the site means you agree to be bound by these terms and that you have the authority and capacity to do so. To use the site, you must be at least 18 years old. To use the site, you must accept these terms and conditions. If you don’t agree with any of them, please don’t use the site.
In the event of a dispute, you will only be able to use Section 10.2 of the Terms of Service for individual arbitration, and your remedies will be limited as a result.
Getting to the Site
Subject to the terms of this agreement, your access to the site is restricted to non-commercial, non-transferable, and revocable purposes only, with no right to sublicense or otherwise transfer this limited license.
Some rules and regulations: (a) You may not sell or rent, lease, transfer, assign or otherwise commercially exploit the Site; (b) You may not change or make derivative works of, disassemble, reverse compile, or reverse engineer any part of the Site; (c) You may not access the Site to build a similar or competitive website, and (d) except as expressly stated herein, no part of the Site may be mutilated or reverse engineered. (a) On all reproductions of the site, all copyright and other property notices must be preserved.
This site may be changed, suspended, or shut down at any time by the company, with or without prior notice to you. You agree that the Company would not be liable to you or any third person if the Site or any portion of it is changed, interrupted, or terminated.
Maintenance or support is not provided: To the extent that you use the site, you agree that the company has no obligation to support you in any way.
Company or its suppliers control all intellectual property rights in the Site and its content excluding any User Content you may supply, and you agree that you are aware of this. Except for the restricted access rights stated in Section 2.1, nothing in these Terms or your use of the Site grants you any rights, title, or interest in or to any intellectual property rights. All rights not expressly granted in these terms are reserved by the company and its suppliers.
Content Submitted by the Public
When we talk about “User Content,” we’re referring to everything and anything that a user uploads to the site. Your user content is solely your responsibility. You are solely responsible for the consequences of others using your user content. Hereby, you attest that your user content does not infringe on our Statement on Acceptable Use. Your User Content may not indicate to anyone that it is sponsored, endorsed, or furnished by the company in any manner whatsoever. Because you are solely responsible for your user content, you could be held liable. Without prior warning, your user content may be destroyed by the company without regard to whether or not it has been backed up. If you’d want to save a copy of your user content in case something happens to it, you can do so at your own risk.
For the sole purpose of allowing your User Content to be displayed on the Site and for the grant of sublicenses of the foregoing rights, you hereby grant the company an irreversible, royalty-free, nonexclusive, worldwide license to reproduce, distribute, publicly display and perform, prepare derivative works, incorporate your User Content into other works, and otherwise use and exploit your User Content, as well as to grant sublicenses of the foregoing rights. Any claims or assertions of moral rights or attribution concerning your user content are hereby irrevocably waived by you.
A Code of Conduct
Here’s what we mean when we say “Acceptable Use Policy:” This Site and any User Content you submit will not be used in any way that violates or infringes upon any third-party rights, proprietary rights, or intellectual property or proprietary rights of any third party, nor will you submit any User Content that is I illegal; (ii) harassing; (iii) abusive or tortious; (iv) harmful; (v) vulgar; (v) defamatory; (v) false; (v) intentionally misleading; (v) trade li
Additional terms include
Do you agree not to? I use the Site to send unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotional materials, junk mail, spam, or chain letters; (ii) use the Site to harvest, collect, and gather information or data about other users without their consent; (ii) use the Site to harvest, collect, and gather information or data about other users without their consent; and (iii) use the Site to harvest, collect, and gather information or data about other users without their consent; and (iv) use the Site to harvest, collect, and gather information or data about other users without their consent.
For example, if you are found to have violated these Terms or the Acceptable Use Policy, we reserve the right to investigate and/or take necessary action against you at our sole discretion. User Content can be removed, modified, and/or terminated in line with Section 8 of this Agreement, as well as reported by you to law enforcement authorities.
As a condition of using the Site, you grant to Company the right to utilize and fully exploit any feedback or recommendations you make regarding the Site, and you hereby assign all rights therein to Company. Your feedback will be treated as non-confidential and non-proprietary by the company.
It is your responsibility to defend and hold harmless the Company, its employees, and agents from any third-party claim or demand arising out of or related to (a) your use of the Site; (b) any violation of these Terms; (c) any violation of applicable laws or regulations; or (d) any of your User Content. We reserve the right to accept full responsibility for any situation for which you are obligated to indemnify us. We expect your cooperation in our defense of any claims. You agree not to settle any claim without first obtaining written permission from the company in this regard from the former employer. The company must notify you as soon as it becomes aware of any such claim, action, or proceeding.
Links and Ads from Third Parties: Other Users
Third-Party Ads & Links. Advertisements for third parties may appear on the site, as well as links to third-party websites and services. The company has no control over or responsibility for any such third-party links or ads and makes no representations as to their content or accuracy. As a courtesy, the company makes these third-party links and advertisements available to you, but does not check, approve, monitor, or endorse any of them, nor does it give any warranty or make any other statements about them. To the extent that you use third-party links and Ads, you do so entirely at your own risk. There are third-party links and ads on this site, and any third-party terms and rules apply, including third-party privacy and data collection policies.
There are others. Any User Content created by a Site user is strictly the responsibility of that user. User Content is not within our control, and so we disclaim all responsibility for any User Content, whether submitted by you or someone else. For any losses or damages that may come from such contacts, you agree that the Company will not be held accountable. We are not obligated to intervene in any disputes between you and other users of the Site.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at any time. For Californians, you agree to waive California civil code section 1542, which states: “a general release does not extend to claims which the creditor doesn’t know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him or she must have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor.”
Web Beacons and Cookies: CelebNetWorth uses “cookies” just like any other website. When a user visits a website, these cookies collect information about their preferences and the pages they’ve visited. Visitors’ browser type and/or other information is used to customize content on our website, thereby enhancing the user experience.
As a condition of using this site, you agree to release and discharge the company and our suppliers from all claims arising out of or relating to your use of the site or any information obtained from the site. This includes but is not limited to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. In no way, shape, or form can we or our suppliers promise that the site will fulfill your needs or be available in the manner you expect it to be (i.e. without interruptions, in a timely and secure manner, devoid of viruses or other harmful code, complete, legally compliant, or safe). There are no warranties for the site if they are required by applicable legislation, and all warranties are limited in duration to ninety (90) days.
To the extent that this exclusion applies to you in your jurisdiction, it may not apply to you. The preceding limitation may not apply to you if you live in a jurisdiction that does not allow limitations on implied warranties.
We and our suppliers will not be liable to you or any third party for any loss of profits, lost data, costs of procuring replacement goods, or other damages resulting from or related to these terms or your use of, or inability to use, the site, even after we have been informed of the possibility of such damages to the fullest extent permitted by law. You are solely liable for any damage to your device or computer system, or loss of data, that may occur as a consequence of your use of the site.
Our liability to you for any damages arising out of or connected with this agreement is limited to a maximum of fifty dollars (u.s. $50) at all times, notwithstanding anything contained herein. This restriction will not be widened even if there are several claims. It is agreed that our providers will not be held liable for any damages or losses arising out of or in any way connected to this agreement.
This limitation or exclusion may not apply to you if you live in a jurisdiction that does not allow such a limitation or exclusion.
To be or not to be? For the duration of your use of this site, these terms will be in full force and effect. At any time, for any reason, we may suspend or cancel your access to the site, including for any use that violates these terms. Once your rights under these terms have been terminated, you will no longer be able to access or use the site. You are aware that the deletion of your User Content from our live databases may be a consequence of any termination of your Account. If your rights under these terms are terminated, the company will not be liable to you in any way. Sections 2 through 2.5, Section 3, and Sections 4 through 10 of these terms will remain in effect even if your rights under these terms are terminated.
Rights and Responsibilities of Copyright Owners.
Our site’s users are expected to show the same courtesy and regard for others’ intellectual property as we do. We have a copyright policy that allows us to remove any infringing materials and terminate users of our website who are repeat infringers of intellectual property rights, such as copyrights, in connection with our site. Our authorized Copyright Agent must be given the following information if you feel that one of our users is infringing on a copyrighted work while using our Site and you want the alleged infringement content removed:
copyrighted work(s) that you claim to have been infringed; the material on our services that you claim is infringing and that you request us to remove; sufficient information to allow us to locate such material; your address, telephone number, and e-mail; a statement that you have a good faith belief that the use of the objectionable material is not authorized by the copyright owner; and that you are the copyright holder.
This notice and any alleged copyright infringement are the subjects of 17 U.S.C. 512 (f) liability for any damages, costs, and attorney’s fees we incur as a result of a complaining party’s misrepresentation of material facts in writing.
If we make any significant changes to these Terms, we may tell you by sending an email to the last email address you gave to us or by posting notice of the changes conspicuously on our Site. It’s your responsibility to notify us of any changes to your e-mail. Even if the e-mail address you provided us with is no longer valid, we will still be able to notify you of the changes stated in the notice by sending you an e-mail. After thirty (30) calendar days from the day we send you a notification via email, or thirty (30) calendar days after we post notice of the change on our site, any modifications to these terms will take effect. For new users of our Site, these changes will take effect immediately. You acknowledge and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of these modifications if you continue to use our site after receiving notice of such changes. Negotiation. Make sure you read this arbitration agreement thoroughly. You have agreed to it as part of your contract with the company. Mandatory binding arbitration and a class action waiver are included in this document.
The Arbitration Agreement’s applicability disputes that can’t be settled by informal means or in small claims court will be decided through binding arbitration on an individual basis under the rules of this Arbitration Agreement, which is incorporated herein by reference. All arbitration procedures must be conducted in English unless a different language is agreed upon. Both you and the company are covered by this Arbitration Agreement. It also applies to any of the foregoing entities and individuals, as well as all authorized and unauthorized users or beneficiaries of the services and goods offered under the Terms.
Informal dispute resolution and the requirement for notice. To initiate arbitration, a party must first notify the other party in writing of its claim or disagreement, along with a description of the relief sought. Georgia is the address to which a Notice to the Company should be submitted. An informal dispute resolution process can begin as soon as you receive a Notice of Claim. Within thirty (30) days of receiving the Notice, you or the Company may initiate an arbitration procedure if you and the other party have not resolved your claim or dispute. Until the arbitrator has established the amount of the award to which each party is entitled, any settlement offer made by any party may not be published.
Additional Non-Appearance-Based Arbitration Rules It is up to the starting party to decide whether the arbitration will be conducted by phone, online, or completely on written submissions if non-appearance-based arbitration is decided. Unless both parties agree otherwise, the arbitration will not require the parties or any witnesses to be present in person.
time restriction. If you or the company decided to go through with arbitration, you or the company must do so within the applicable statute of limitations and any deadlines imposed by the AAA Rules.
The arbitrator’s power. Any disagreement between you and a company that is brought to arbitration will be decided by an arbitrator who will not merge or join any other proceedings or parties. All or part of a claim may be dismissed by the arbitrator in a motion to dismiss. Any non-monetary remedy or relief available to an individual under applicable law, the AAA Rules, and the Terms may also be granted by the arbitrator. As part of the arbitration process, the arbitrator will issue a written decision and statement of decision that outlines the key findings and conclusions that led to the decision. In the same way that a judge in a court of law can provide individual relief, an arbitrator has the same authority to do so. Both you and the business are bound by the arbitrator’s decision.
Jury acquittal. Arbitration is the preferred method of resolving disputes between the parties, and the parties herein waive their constitutional and statutory rights to a trial in front of a judge or a jury. A court’s ability to review arbitration proceedings is extremely limited, making them more efficient and less expensive than court regulations. You and the Company agree to forego the right to a jury trial in the case of any action between you and the Company in any state or federal court, whether to vacate or enforce an arbitration award or otherwise.
Class or collective action waivers. There may be no combined or consolidated arbitration or litigation of the claims of more than one customer or user under the terms of this arbitration agreement, nor can any claims brought on behalf of a class of customers or users be heard together.
Confidentiality will be maintained throughout the arbitration process. Unless otherwise mandated by law, the parties agree to keep the information secret. As long as a party does not violate this paragraph, it may present relevant evidence in a court of law to support the enforcement of this agreement or any arbitration award, or to seek other forms of injunctive or equitable relief.
Severability: No force and effect shall be given to any specific part or parts of this Arbitration Agreement that are deemed to be defective or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction. The Agreement shall continue in full force as a whole.
Waiver of Rights. The party bringing the claim may waive any or all of the rights and limitations set out in this arbitration agreement. This arbitration agreement will not be affected by this waiver.
Agreement’s ability to endure. This arbitration agreement will remain in effect even if you no longer work for the company.
The Small Claims Court Regardless of the aforementioned, you or the company can file a small claims lawsuit in a local court.
Equitable relief in times of crisis. Either party has the option of requesting emergency equitable relief from a state or federal court to maintain the current state of affairs until arbitration is complete. No additional rights or obligations under this Arbitration Agreement are waived by a request for interim measures.
Non-Arbitrational Claims There are some exceptions to this arbitration agreement, including but not limited to allegations of defamation, the Computer Fraud, and Abuse Act, and the infringement or misappropriation of the other party’s patents, trademarks, and trade secrets.
Whenever the Arbitration Agreement allows for litigation in court, the parties agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of Netherlands County, California, for such purposes, by this Agreement.
Other nations’ export or import laws and regulations may apply to the Site as well as U.S. export control laws. A violation of United States export laws and regulations would result in the loss of all rights to any U.S. technical data or goods you have obtained from the Company.
Section 10.8 lists the company’s location. It is possible to make a complaint in writing or by phone at (800) 952-5210 if you live in California to the Complaint Assistance Unit of the Division of Consumer Product of the California Department of Consumer Affairs.
ICT (Information and Communication Technologies). Whether you use the Site or send us emails, or whether the company posts notifications on the Site or communicates with you via email, all communications between you and the company are electronic. For contractual purposes, you agree that all terms and conditions, agreements, notices, disclosures, and other communications that the company provides to you electronically satisfy any legal obligation that such communications would satisfy if they were in hard copy. You also agree that you may receive communications from the company in electronic form.
all of the terms. We both agree that your use of the site is subject to these terms. If we fail to exercise or enforce any right or term of these terms, that does not mean that we waive our right to do so in the future. There is no legal or contractual effect on the section titles in these terms. The phrase “including but not limited to” conveys the idea that nothing is off-limits. There will be no effect on the other parts of these terms if one is found to be invalid or unenforceable, but the invalid or unenforceable provision shall be considered changed to the full extent permissible by law. As an independent contractor, you are not an employee of the company or a member of its board of directors. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by a representative of the company, this agreement and your rights and responsibilities under it cannot be assigned, subcontracted, delegated, or otherwise transferred by you. Any effort to do so will be null and void. These may be freely transferred by the company. Assignments must adhere to the rules and restrictions of these terms.
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