Terms of Website Use
Please read the following terms and conditions before using the iMarket Website. By accessing and using this Website, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and agree to comply with the terms and conditions.
may amend these terms and conditions at any time. Your continued use of this Website
is conditioned on the terms and conditions stated at the time of your use. You
should visit this page each time you use this Website to determine the current
terms and conditions to which you are bound.
iMarket gives you permission to electronically copy and print in hard copy portions of the Web site for your incidental personal use. However, iMarket retains the copyright on all texts and graphics. This means that any other use, including, but not limited to, modification, distribution or re–publication without iMarket’s prior written permission is prohibited.
Corporate Identification and Trademarks
iMarket Solutions is a trade name for iMarket Solutions Inc.
The trademarks expressly listed as such on this Website and all other marks on this Website are trademarks of iMarket and/or its affiliates. You may not use, copy, reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit, distribute or modify these marks in any way without iMarket’s prior written permission. The use of iMarket trademarks on any other Web site without iMarket’s prior written permission is prohibited.
iMarket prohibits the use of iMarket’s trademarks as a "link" on or to any other website unless iMarket has approved the link in writing in advance.
Limitation of Liability
iMarket does not warrant that the functions contained in this Website
or its content or that the Website or its server will be uninterrupted, error
free, or free of viruses or other harmful components.
iMarket makes reasonable efforts to place accurate information on this Website. However, iMarket provides this website content "AS IS" and WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW. THIS INCLUDES THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. iMarket assumes no liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this Website. Under no circumstances shall iMarket be liable for direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special or punitive damages resulting from the use or inability to use this site, whether iMarket has been advised of the possibility of these damages. This includes damages for negligence or gross negligence.
You are solely responsible for the appropriateness of the site, its content, and the products and services offered by iMarket on this Website for your intended application and use. iMarket does not warrant that this Website, its content, or the products and services offered on this Website meet your requirements.
Jurisdiction and Governing Law
This site is intended and directed to residents of the United States and all
advertising and claims contained in this site are valid only in the United
Any claim relating to this Website and the materials contained in this Website is governed by the laws of the state of Vermont without reference to its conflicts of law rules. Your use of this Website constitutes your consent to jurisdiction in courts of competent jurisdiction in the state of Vermont to resolve any interpretation or disputes arising from your use of this site.
All designs, graphics, texts, arrangements and software that make up this Website are copyright of iMarket. All rights reserved.
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