Mom’s Got the Stuff found at https://momsgotthestuff.com/ (“Website”) is governed by the following terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions”).
These Terms and Conditions of Use are legally binding. It is Your responsibility to read these Terms and Conditions of Use carefully prior to purchase, use, or access of any of Our products, including online courses.
This website is owned and operated by Mom’s Got the Stuff. You must be at least sixteen years of age to use Our website. Use of this website is at Your own risk. We host Our site on a reputable platform and take reasonable efforts to maintain and host the site. However, We make no explicit representations or warranties as to the safety of Your individual use of the website. The Terms and Conditions contained on this page are subject to change at any time.
Intellectual Property Notice
All images, text, designs, graphics, trademarks, and service marks are owned by and property of Mom’s Got the Stuff, or the properly attributed party.
(1) You may use our intellectual property with clear and obvious credit back to our site, as well as links back to the page where the materials, designs, images, text, quote or post is located when it is appropriate to do so. However, you may never claim any of our intellectual property as your own or your unique creation, even with attribution.
(2) You may not use any intellectual property that has been attributed to a third-party website. These images should only serve as inspiration and cannot be copied.
From time to time, the Website will publish posts with images from other third-party websites. Any such use is considered fair use under copyright laws and is fully attributed to the owner. If you believe that your copyrighted work has been used on the Website in a way that constitutes copyright infringement and falls outside of fair use, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will remove the image within 2 business days.
Security and Assumption of Risk
You have no right to confidentiality unless otherwise explicitly stated, such as in a subsequent client agreement, or otherwise implicitly agreed upon as mandated by law or fiduciary duty.
For any questions, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
Last Updated January 10, 2023