DWTads does not have any hidden terms and conditions. DWTads provides a legal contract to you with all the terms and conditions.
Limited reclamation period and refund rights: the right to ask for a refund – per incident- plan will expire within thirty 30 calendar days (reclamation period) starting from the date of purchase. At any point in time, if you feel that DWTads not provided you satisfactory services, you can ask for a refund for the same.
If you unsubscribe from your existing services with DWTads, you can ask for a refund.
You may choose to opt out from any paid subscription service provided by ‘ DWTads and request for a refund for the paid amount only if no support service are provided to you by DWTads and the refund request has been initiated within 5 days from subscription date.
This clause may not be applicable for those who belong to some specific states and jurisdictions where the limitation of refund rights is not allowed. Any other valid refund right will not be affected by this clause. By using this service or subscribing to DWTads services, you are considered to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms.
‘Content’ Software, Materials, Services and other related information are collectively referred to as “Content”.
‘You’ “You” means you individually, any person, including any employer that you are acting on behalf of.
‘Per Incident Services’ ‘Per Incident Plans’ or ‘Incident Plans’ or ‘Single Incident Service’ are non-upgradable service provided by ‘DWTads with the sole objective of fixing a single and specific technical problem which you face.
‘Subscription Based Services’ “Subscription Based Services” or “Subscription Services” are upgraded subscription plans offered by ‘DWTads that are active for a specified period and are not limited by a number of incidents like our ‘Per Incident Service’.
‘Materials’ ‘Materials’ refers to downloadable contents, white papers, web casts, frequently asked the question, press releases, reference guides, data sheets, product information or any other proprietary and/or copyrighted information which is available to download from DWTads ‘s website. The term ‘Materials’ does not refer to the interface, theme, layout or design of the DWTads websites or any other website owned or controlled by DWTads.
‘Software’ ‘Software’ means a computer program of any kind, either kept by ‘DWTads ‘ or a third party, delivered via download, CD, other media or other delivery methods including client and/or network security software. Components of the Software are protected under copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, and other laws. Software includes both DWTads software and third party software.