TXOL Internet is locally owned and operated, proudly serving Eastland County and surrounding areas. Located at 105 West Main St. Eastland Texas 76448. Phone: 254-629-3278
1.1 In Consideration of services rendered and to be rendered, the Customer guarantees the payment of all charges incurred by the Customer(s) for services provided by TXOL Internet in accordance with the terms and conditions contained in the applicable tariffs on file with the FCC or where appropriate, the regulatory agency having jurisdiction.
1.2 The Customer further agrees that said account and all future charges will be paid on or before the 1st day of each month excluding pre-approved agreements made by the Customer and TXOL Internet. Charges are rendered on the 20th day of each month and are considered delinquent after 30 days and may be assessed a late charge of 1.5% per month or the maximum allowed by state usury laws not to exceed 1.5% per month. A $5.00 Administration Late Fee will be added to any account not paid in full by the 5th of said month. A delinquent account may be temporarily suspended from use until the charges have been paid. Turn up charges may apply if account is in suspension.
1.3 In case of errors or questions about a bill, the Customer is to refer queries as soon as possible to our corporate offices in Eastland, Texas. The Customer must respond no later than 10 days from the billing date of the first bill on which the problem or error appeared. After this time, TXOL Internet will consider the bill to be correct.
1.4 If the account becomes delinquent and it becomes necessary to forward this account to an attorney/collection agency for collection, the Customer agrees to pay an attorney's/collection agency fee for the handling of same at a fixed rate of 25% of the amount due with a minimum of $75 (Seventy-five Dollars) plus all other costs for collection including court costs.
2.0 TERMINATION OF SERVICE
2.1 TXOL Internet reserves the right to terminate all services to any customer with an account, should any such account become delinquent and are not paid within 30 days of any billing due date. Accounts include but are not limited to parent, subsidiary, and affiliated corporations; individuals and partnerships; individuals and sole proprietorships; and any other entities to which there is any direct or indirect connection between the account and the said TXOL Internet.
2.2 Customer understands that TXOL Internet reserves the right to terminate any account for any reason and at any time. Customer's sole remedy is to receive a refund for prepaid but unused services. TXOL Internet also as listed below, can discontinue service to any of its customer.
3.0 CANCELLATION OF SERVICE
3.1 The Customer additionally agrees to provide TXOL Internet with 30 days written notice of cancellation at its corporate address at 105 W. Main Eastland, Texas 76448. Any current charges will remain due regardless of cancellation.
4.1 The Customer will be provided with or will select an identification code (username) and confidential password for customer's exclusive use. The customer account is intended to be a single-user account. Customer agrees to pay and be responsible for, upon receipt of each monthly statement, all usage of this identification code.
4.2 The Customer understands that, while TXOL Internet makes every effort to maintain the security of its machines and passwords, TXOL Internet is not liable if Customer's username and/or password is compromised. Further, the Customer is expected to maintain a secure password consisting of no known word or phrase and using numbers, letters. Hence, the Customer may be held liable for any actions taken by an individual or group who have obtained/guessed the Customer's password and used it to access his account. Under no circumstances is TXOL Internet liable for the actions taken by a compromised account.
4.3 The Customer understands that TXOL Internet does not maintain a record of existing passwords. If the Customer forgets his/her password, the only recourse will be for TXOL Internet to issue a new password upon verification of the caller's identity.
5.0 USING ACCOUNT FOR ILLEGAL PURPOSES
5.1 TXOL Internet services and accounts may only be used for lawful purposes. Use of an TXOL Internet account or service in an illegal manner is grounds for immediate termination. Customer agrees to hold harmless and indemnify TXOL Internet against any claims or charges that arise from Customer's use of TXOL Internet services and/or accounts.
5.2 Use of an TXOL Internet account to gain passwords, encryption codes, or other security information of TXOL Internet or other sites on any computer network is grounds for immediate termination and, if illegal, will be reported to the proper authorities. Use of an TXOL Internet account to break into an TXOL Internet or other site's machine is also grounds for immediate termination and will be reported to the affected site and the proper authorities.
6.0 ELECTRONIC MAIL
6.1 While TXOL Internet does not in any way monitor the content of any Customer's e-mail, Usenet postings, downloads, etc., the Customer acknowledges that TXOL Internet has the right to monitor user activity if said activity is adversely impacting TXOL Internet services and/or another site. TXOL Internet will not, however, disclose user activity to another site or entity unless required by court order, subpoena, or other legal force, unless said activity may adversely impact services and/or another site - that can supply proven methods of such activity.
6.2 TXOL Internet reserves the right to move, delete, or reduce the Customer's mailbox if said mailbox has reached a size that is adversely affecting system performance. Further, Customer acknowledges that TXOL Internet has the right to kill any mail processes being run by the Customer that are adversely affecting system performance. In these and all instances of system performance being affected, TXOL Internet is the sole judge of what is adverse and penalty charges may apply.
6.3 Bulk/List TXOL Internet has set requirements for "Bulk/Lists" email. The sending rate of email addresses per message is 100. If you need more than that size you will need to create Groups or contact TXOL for Leased Server hosting. The Bad Recipient rate is set to 10. You will need to maintain your databases to keep bad emails out of your list. Rules to follow:
1. Your "Postal Mailing Address" needs to be at the bottom of every email you send out as bulk/Lists.
2. You will need an "Opt Out" option at the bottom of your email.
For Example: "If you wish to opt out of this subscription reply to this email with
the subject line of "Unsubscribe".
3. Remove email addresses that bounce the first time they happen, many ISPs
consider your emails are Spam if you try to resend them of because of the
7.1 Information transmitted over the Internet and/or other computer networks is generally not considered to be secure. While TXOL Internet respects the privacy of our customers, the Customer understands that there is no guaranteed privacy on the Internet and that TXOL Internet can not be liable or responsible for any viewing or interception of Customer's e-mail, downloads, news, etc., by other customers or individuals at TXOL Internet or on any network.
8.0 SERVICE QUALITY
8.1 TXOL Internet makes no warranty of its service and availability. While a good faith effort will be made to restrict any and all downtime to scheduled maintenance periods, no guarantees are made as to any account, product, or service offered by TXOL Internet. In addition, TXOL Internet makes no warranty of Customer transmissions, connections, downloads, etc. Customer is solely responsible for any losses, damages, or expenses related to service failure, whether caused by TXOL Internet or a Customer, and agrees that TXOL Internet shall not be liable for any or all of same.
8.2 The Customer agrees to indemnify and hold TXOL Internet wholly harmless from and against any and all liabilities that may arise as a result of the failure of services, equipment or software of TXOL Internet, with the exception of willful misconduct or omissions of TXOL Internet.
Customer agrees to abide by the generally accepted rules of netiquette and the acceptable use policies of any networks or services accessed while using TXOL Internet. It is the responsibility of the Customer to familiarize himself/herself with these rules if he or she is not already cognizant of them. Violations of said rules and policies may be grounds for termination of Customer's account with TXOL Internet, with Customer agreeing to abide by TXOL Internet's interpretation of the above.
9.2 Netiquette violations that may result in the termination of Customer's account include, but are not limited to, the following:
a. Using an TXOL Internet mail server to 'mail bomb' users/sites on the net. Mail bombing in this sense refers to sending very large and/or very many messages to a user or site, usually in the hopes of filling their disk space or quota and causing their mail server to crash or their mail to bounce. b. Sending unsolicited e-mail which provoke complaints from the recipient(s).
c. Posting a single article or substantially similar articles to an excessive number of newsgroups (e.g., more than 10) which provoke complaints.
d. Continued harassment of other users, whether TXOL Internet or not, after being asked to stop the correspondence by both the recipient and TXOL Internet.
e. Sending mass e-mail (e.g., more than 20 recipients) that provokes complaints to TXOL Internet, or sending such mail of such a large volume or size that it adversely affects an TXOL Internet mail server.
f. Posting and/or e-mailing pyramid schemes and/or chain letters to any newsgroup, mailing list, or individual.
g. Making repeated off-topic posts that generate complaints to TXOL Internet. While TXOL Internet does not monitor the contents of its users' posts, it does expect the Customer to abide by the charter of each newsgroup or discussion and will respond to complaints of repeated charter violations.
h. Engaging in any of the above from another provider and referencing a TXOL Internet mail account or WWW page in the message.
i. Running bots or other automated processes on any IRC server, whether said server is run by TXOL Internet or not.
j. Harassing other Internet users, whether by kicking them off a channel, mass messaging, or other means including discussions.
k. Impersonating another user and/or forging header information on e-mail or posts.
l. Using a server of TXOL Internet or another site to exchange, store, and/or facilitate usage of pirated software or software designed to facilitate piracy.
m. Using a server of TXOL Internet to distribute instructions on "hacking" into computer systems, creating viruses, or interfering with telephone services.
10.1 TXOL Internet reserves the right to change this agreement at any time. Notice of change will be posted. By using any TXOL Internet services, the Customer agrees that he or she has read and understands these terms and conditions and agrees to be bound by them.
10.2 By making use of an TXOL Internet account, the Customer certifies to TXOL Internet that he or she is eighteen (18) years of age or older. If the Customer allows an individual under eighteen years of age to access the Internet from Customer's TXOL Internet account, Customer takes full responsibility for the minor's access to any information that might be viewed as adult or unsuitable and agrees to hold harmless and indemnify TXOL Internet for any claims or charges that arise from said minor's use of service.
10.3 Customer acknowledges that the Internet contains some information that may be deemed offensive, obscene, or adult in nature. Customer accesses such information at his or her own risk, and understands that TXOL Internet has no way to limit access to this type of material located on the servers of other providers. Customer understands that TXOL Internet reserves the right to remove from its servers any material that TXOL Internet management deems to be objectionable. Customer will be notified by e-mail at the time the material is removed. Repeated portrayal of objectionable material on TXOL Internet servers will be grounds for termination of the user account.
10.4 The Customer agrees to take responsibility for any accesses, retrieval, and/or storage of any and all information available to Customer from his/her TXOL Internet account. The Customer indemnifies TXOL Internet against any and all claims or charges relating to the information Customer can or does access while using his/her TXOL Internet account.
10.5 Personal home page areas may not be used for commercial or organizational purposes. If the user wishes to advertise product(s) or service(s), Web space must be rented. Violations of this policy will result in the customer being charged for the advertising. Commercial and Organizational purposes are defined as being any type of advertising for profit. Non-profit organizations such as public schools, churches, etc. are not included in this definition.
10.6 Customer shall not intentionally allow unauthorized connections to TXOL Internet, unauthorized reselling of TXOL Internet services, or the solicitation of TXOL Internet users to become subscribers of other on-line information services, nor shall Customer in any way duplicate any TXOL Internet materials, advertising, brochures, pamphlets and the like or any other information which is proprietary to TXOL Internet.
10.7 TXOL Internet reserves the right to direct a customer to remove any program, process, or technique from a Web site that causes excessive utilization of TXOL Internet bandwidth or resources.
10.8 TXOL Internet provides a class of dial-up service with unlimited normal usage. Unlimited normal usage does NOT mean unlimited connection. Customer agrees not to provide any public information services over this connection, not to use any automatic or electronic method to avoid inactivity disconnect, and to keep the connection active only when actively using it.
In other words: TXOL Internet offers Dialup Service in likes to a "All You Can Eat" restaurant policy. (e.g.) When you eat, you may eat as much as you like, but you can't stay in the our restaurant after lunch and wait for dinner. You can't sleep here overnight and have breakfast in the morning either. When you are done, you get up and leave.
When you want to use the Internet, you can dial up and use it. Its not charged like a long distance call, and it is not like cable TV. Your monthly bill won't be more if you are logged on each day. But, if you need all day connectivity, you should be using some type of Dedicated Access that we will be happy to discuss with you.
10.9 Should any violations within these Terms of Service require corrective action on the part of TXOL Internet, the Customer will be held liable for all costs associated with such action.
"The Company" means TXOL Internet Inc., an Eastland Internet Company, 105 W Main Street, Eastland, TX 76448.
"The Subscriber" refers to an individual, corporation or legal entity who incurs usage charges for The Company services, for its own use or who incurs such charges on behalf of a third party user.
"CPE" refers to Customer Premise Equipment specifically being a Breeze Access Radio Antenna Unit, mount and coax cabling or DSL Modem or DSL Modem/Router combo.
3. Wireless/DSL means Wireless or DSL service.
A. The Subscriber shall pay to The Company the charges associated with the service(s) requested, including without limitation, deposits, set-up fees, pro-rated advance service fees, additional equipment purchase and/or rentals, other labor charges, etc., all as set forth within this agreement and service(s) activation. The Subscriber agrees to pay The Company the monthly charges, plus tax if applicable, for services requested and rendered. Unless otherwise set fourth and agreed upon as "Custom Services", this is a single device (PC, notebook, etc) single location service. Account password is the sole responsibility of The Subscriber.
B. Ownership of the CPE is solely retained by THE Company. (Installation and activations fees are not for ownership of the CPE). In the event of theft, intentional or non-intentional damage of the CPE,including lightening solely determined by The Company, The Subscriber agrees to pay present repair or replacement value cost for the CPE and installation costs associated.
C. The Company service(s) fees/charges may be modified at any time upon giving 30 days prior e-mail notice to The Subscriber. Upon such notice, The Subscriber can exercise right to terminate services and agreement, without penalty for a period of 30 days, as outlined in #3 below.
D. Installation fee in full is required to reserve an installation date. If The Company is unable to provide service to The Subscribers location, the payment will be refunded within 30-days of said payment. All periods of service shall begin on the first day of the month. All fees, service or otherwise, are due on the 1st of each month. A $5.00 late fee is applied if not paid by the 5th. If The Subscriber has an unpaid balance at months end, service(s) will be terminated and The Subscriber will forfeit any and all costs incurred for services. If The Subscriber service is terminated, for any reason, The Company will exercise right to remove CPE from The Subscriber premises as outlined in #2F below. If The Subscribers service is terminated, whether temporarily or otherwise, administrative fees will be applicable to re-activate service(s) and all installation fees will be applicable if CPE has been removed. The Company reserves the right to refuse service(s). The Company hereby states that there is a $25.00 fee on any service(s) payment that is not honored by The Subscribers financial institution.
E. Emergency Dialup Internet Access is included with Wireless/DSL services in the event that the Wireless/DSL service is not accessible. In the event that the failure is due to The Subscriber equipment, i.e. routers, network, and software, and The Subscriber chooses the use the emergency dialup access, due to their own equipment failure, determined by The Company, The Subscriber may be charged $ .50 per hour for said dialup use in addition to the monthly Wireless/DSL fee.
F. The Subscriber agrees to give TXOL Internet employees and/or licensees access to The Subscriber Premises for the sole purpose of installation, removal, repair and or service of the CPE during normal business hours or other times arranged by The Company and The Subscriber.
3. Term and Termination.
This agreement shall become effective on the date that the CPE is installed and connectivity is verified by The Company and shall continue in force until terminated by either party upon at least 30 days prior e-mail notice of termination to the other party. Either The Subscriber or The Company may terminate this agreement in whole or in part, by furnishing 30 days prior e-mail notice to the other. For the calendar month in which such termination becomes effective, account holder shall pay the accrued charges under the applicable schedule or schedules or the full minimum, if any, whichever is greater. Upon The Subscribers' notice of termination; The Subscriber shall pay to The Company upon discontinuance of service, a termination charge equal to the applicable monthly fees and charges except as outlined in #2C above, and/or #11 below. The Subscriber agrees that The Company has the right to delete all data, files or other information that resides or is stored on The Company's hardware, if The Subscriber's account with The Company is terminated, for any reason, by either The Company or The Subscriber.
The Subscriber shall indemnify and hold harmless, The Company, its agents and employees from and against any loss, cost, claim, liability, damage, or expense (including reasonable attorneys' fees) to third parties, relating to or arising from the use of the service by The Subscriber, whether having knowledge of or having authorized such access or use, including, without limitation, claims for libel, slander, an invasion of privacy, infringement of copyright, patent infringement (where The Subscriber has used, connected, or combined the service with the products or services of others), negligence, breech of security, or tortuous behavior. The Subscriber agrees to indemnify The Company along with any parties from whom The Company obtains network services, and to hold them harmless from any claims resulting from the use of the service by The Subscriber that damage another party or that violates the law.
5. Disclaimers of Warranties.
ALL MATERIALS, INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, PRODUCTS, EQUIPMENT, AND SERVICES INCLUDED IN OR AVAILABLE THROUGH THE COMPANY, HEREIN AND AFTER REFERRED TO AS CONTENT, ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" AND "AS AVAILABLE" FOR YOUR USE. THE CONTENT IS PROVIDED WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON INFRINGEMENT. THE COMPANY AND ITS LICENSORS, AGENTS, AND EMPLOYEES, DO NOT WARRANT THAT THE CONTENT IS ACCURATE, RELIABLE OR SECURE. THAT THE SERVICES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT ANY PARTICULAR TIME OR LOCATION; THAT ANY DEFECTS OR ERRORS WILL BE CORRECTED; OR THAT THE CONTENT IS FREE OF VIRUSES OR OTHER HARMFUL COMPONENTS. YOUR USE OF THIS SYSTEM IS SOLELY AT YOUR RISK.
6. Limitation of Liability.
THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INTERRUPTIONS CAUSED BY FAILURE OF EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES NOT PROVIDED BY THE COMPANY, FAILURE OF COMMUNICATIONS, POWER OUTAGES, OR OTHER INTERRUPTION NOT WITHIN THE COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE COMPANY, NOR SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR PERFORMANCE DEFICIENCIES CAUSED OR CREATED BY THE SUBSCRIBER'S EQUIPMENT. THE SUBSCRIBER HEREBY RELEASES THE COMPANY FROM LIABILITY ARISING FROM ANY CONTENT ACCESSED VIA THE SERVICE. THE COMPANY'S PERFORMANCE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE EXCUSED IN CASE OF LABOR DIFFICULTIES, GOVERNMENTAL ORDERS, CIVIL COMMOTIONS, ACTS OF GOD, OR OTHER CONDITIONS OR CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND ITS REASONABLE CONTROL. THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IF CHANGES IN OPERATION, PROCEDURES, OR SERVICES REQUIRE MODIFICATION OR ALTERATION OF THE SUBSCRIBER'S EQUIPMENT, RENDER THE SAME OBSOLETE OR OTHERWISE AFFECT ITS PERFORMANCE. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, LOSS OF USE, ETC. THE LIABILITY OF THE COMPANY FOR ACTUAL PROVEN DAMAGES FOR ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY FAILURE OF OR DISRUPTION OF SERVICE, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO AN AMOUNT EQUIVALENT TO CHARGES PAYABLE BY THE SUBSCRIBER UNDER THIS AGREEMENT FOR THE SERVICE DURING THE PERIOD SUCH DAMAGES OCCUR. COMPANY MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, CONCERNING THE SERVICE, AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE, THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND ANY OTHER WARRANTY IMPLIED BY LAW.
7. Use of Service.
A. The Subscriber shall comply with all terms and conditions of this agreement.
B. This connection cannot be shared with other devices (i.e. other PCs, notebooks, etc.) or in other locations, as outlined in #2A above, unless expressly agreed upon as customized services.
C. The Subscriber shall not use the services in ways that violate laws, infringe the rights of others, interfere with users of our service or other service networks. The Subscriber is responsible for the knowledge of and adherence to any and all laws, statutes and regulations pertaining to or in any way connected with the services provided by The Company and all use of any information, data, material or service in violation of any such law, etc., is strictly prohibited.
D. By posting information in or otherwise using any communications service, chat room, message board, news group, software library, or other interactive service that may be available to you on or through this site, you agree that you will not upload, post, or otherwise distribute or facilitate distribution of any content -- including text, communications, software, images, sounds, data, or other information -- that:
1. Is unlawful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, deceptive, fraudulent, invasive of another's privacy, tortuous, contains explicit or graphic descriptions or accounts of sexual acts (including but not limited to sexual language of a violent or threatening nature directed at another individual or group of individuals), or otherwise violates The Company's rules or policies;
2. Victimizes, harasses, degrades, or intimidates an individual or group of individuals on the basis of religion, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, age, or disability;
3. Infringes on any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, right of publicity, or other proprietary right of any party;
4. Constitutes unauthorized or unsolicited advertising, junk or bulk e-mail (also known as "spamming"), (one site that addresses these issues is http://www.wa.gov/wwweb/AGO/junkemail/); chain letters, any other form of unauthorized solicitation, or any form of lottery or gambling.
5. Contains software viruses or any other computer code, files, or programs that are designed or intended to disrupt, damage, or limit the functioning of any software, hardware, or other information of any third party; or
6. Impersonates any person or entity, including any employee or representative of The Company.
You further agree that any contact with a minor will be done so in accordance with all Local, State and Federal Laws.
The Company, it's employees, agents and licensees, reserves the right, at their sole discretion and judgment, to pre-screen, monitor, edit or remove, the content posted by The Subscribers in, or at, but not limited to, services such as chat rooms, message boards, news groups, software libraries, or other interactive services that may be available on or through The Company's service that does not comply with this agreement, or is otherwise harmful, objectionable, or inaccurate. The Company is not responsible for any failure or delay in removing such content.
E. The Subscribers rights herein granted, cannot be transferred, assigned, shared, sold, or used by anyone other than The Subscriber. The Subscriber can use no more than one connection to the service provided by The Company, at any time, as outlined in #2A above.
F. The Subscriber shall not establish Internet (inbound) servers of any kind, including without limitation, Web, E-Mail, games, FTP, or the like.
8. Broadband Availability.
The Company reserves the right to control usage limits limiting the speed of uploads and downloads of any kind, in any or all protocols, including without limitation, file downloads (FTP's), Web browsing, etc.
9. Service Calls.
The Subscriber is responsible for the entire cost of service calls including labor, materials and equipment for all failures which are not the fault of The Company, determined by The Company, including without limitation, acts of God, weather phenomena, etc., including service calls to reinstall or reconfigure software.
In the event The Company is required to engage the services of an attorney because of a breach by The Subscriber of any of the terms herein contained or arising out of The Subscriber's use of the services provided by The Company in any other manner, and The Company prevails, The Subscriber agrees to pay all of The Company's reasonable attorneys fees and court costs. Upon breach of this Contract, all of The Subscribers' rights and privileges shall be immediately terminated and upon any such termination for breach of the provisions of this Contract, or the breach of any applicable law or statute governing the use of the services provided, all The Subscriber fees shall be forfeited as liquidated damages to The Company. In the event of litigation both parties agree that the law of the State of Texas shall apply and both parties consent to the jurisdiction of the courts of Eastland County, Texas. Both parties expressly waive a jury trial, if such powers for decision are available to the parties from the Court.
11. Contract Amendments.
The Company reserves the right to amend this contract from time to time, in its sole discretion, and any such amendments shall become effective immediately upon e-mail notification to The Subscriber. Upon such notice, The Subscriber can exercise right to terminate service(s) and agreement, without penalty for a period of 30 days, as outlined in #3 above.
12. Subscriber Age
The Subscriber certifies that he or she is at least 18 years of age or that a parent or guardian has given their express consent. The parent or guardian acknowledges responsibility for the minor's actions.
13. Entire Contract.
This Contract represents the complete understanding between the parties as to the subject matter hereof, and supersedes all prior written or oral negotiations, representations, guaranties, warranties, promises, orders, statements or agreements between the parties or any statement or representation made or furnished by any other person representing or purporting to represent either party,
"We Love Texas" it's not a business, it's a platform, is owned and operated by TXOL Internet Inc a subsidary of Eastland Internet Inc.
1. Fees and Costs
TXOL Internet charges business email accounts starting at $89.95 per year, Bronze Hosting at $9.95 per month, Silver Hosting at $39.95, Gold Hosting at $49.95, and Platinum at $59.95 per month. You are responsible for paying any applicable fees and taxes and for all hardware, software, service and other costs you may incur in connection with the Services, including costs incurred in connecting to the Sites via the Internet. TXOL Internet reserves the right, at any time, to charge or modify fees for access to the Site or for any of its Services. TXOL Internet will notify you of any such fees by posting information regarding such fees on the Sites.
2. Content Guidelines/Prohibited Uses
You agree not to post, upload or transmit to the Site or to TXOL Internet'S servers any communications, text, graphics or other information (collectively, "Material") that:
TXOL Internet in its sole discretion shall determine your compliance with the foregoing guidelines and reserves the right to delete from the Site without prior notice any material that it deems to be non-complying or otherwise objectionable for any reason. TXOL Internet may take any action with respect to the Material if TXOL Internet believes, in its sole discretion, that the Material may create liability for itself or any third parties or may cause TXOL Internet to lose (in whole or in part) the services of its ISPs, vendors or advertisers.
Other Restrictions on Use.
3. Links to Third-Party Sites
Any third-party sites to which the Sites may link are not under TXOL Internet'S control, and TXOL Internet does not assume any responsibility or liability for any information, content, communications or materials available on such third-party sites. Absent express language to the contrary, TXOL Internet does not intend links contained on the Sites to be referrals to, or endorsements of, the linked third-party sites or the entities that operate them, and such links are provided for convenience only.
4. DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
THE SERVICES, INFORMATION, CONTENT, OR OTHER DATA OF ANY KIND OR NATURE MADE AVAILABLE AT THE SITES (COLLECTIVELY, "INFORMATION") ARE PROVIDED "AS IS", AND ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED ARE DISCLAIMED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TXOL Internet MAKES NO WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION OR GUARANTY AS TO THE CONTENT, SEQUENCE, ACCURACY, TIMELINESS OR COMPLETENESS OF THE SITES OR THE INFORMATION OR THAT THE INFORMATION MAY BE RELIED UPON FOR ANY REASON. TXOL Internet MAKES NO WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION OR GUARANTY THAT USE OF THE SITES, THE SERVICES OR THE INFORMATION WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, SECURE, VIRUS-FREE OR ERROR-FREE OR THAT ANY DEFECTS CAN BE CORRECTED. TXOL Internet CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY EVENTS THAT TRANSPIRE THROUGH USE OF OUR SERVICES. TXOL Internet IS NOT AND WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ADVERSE CONSEQUENCES ARISING OUT OF CONTACTING OR MAKING ASSOCIATIONS WITH USERS OF THE SITES. ALL INFORMATION IS SUBMITTED VOLUNTARILY AND THIS INFORMATION WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC. ALL RISKS FOR MAKING THIS INFORMATION AVAILABLE WILL BE BORNE BY YOU, THE USER. IF A DISPUTE SHOULD ARISE BETWEEN YOURSELF AND ANOTHER USER YOU RELEASE TXOL Internet FROM ANY CLAIMS OR DAMAGES (ACTUAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL) OF EVERY KIND, KNOWN OR UNKNOWN, SUSPECTED OR UNSUSPECTED, DISCLOSED AND UNDISCLOSED ARISING FROM SUCH A DISPUTE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION 5, TXOL Internet SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR:
5. Privacy and Communications to the Sites
6. Representations and Warranties
You represent and warrant that:
8. Governing Law, Jurisdiction and Dispute Resolution
9. Changes to the Services and the Site
TXOL Internet reserves the right to change, suspend or discontinue any aspect of the services or the Site at any time, including the availability of any features, databases or content. TXOL Internet will attempt to provide reasonable notice of such changes to the Services or the Site. TXOL Internet may also impose limits on features or restrict access to parts of the Site.
11. Unlawful Conduct
Notifications of any unlawful conduct, including, without limitation, copyright or other intellectual property infringement should be sent to TXOL Internet'S Designated Agent at:
105 W. Main St.
Eastland, TX 76401
How you can reach TXOL Internet:
The Services hereunder are offered by TXOL Internet as "We Love Texas" it's not a business, it's a platform! Located at:
105 W. Main St.
Eastland, Texas 76448.
Our phone number is (254) 629-3278.
Fees for services offered by us are available as described in Section 1.
© TXOL's "WE LOVE TEXAS". All rights reserved. All other trademarks, product names, and company names or logos cited herein remain the property of their respective owners.