TERMS & CONDITIONS
Last updated on October 27, 2020
If you submitted a claim meeting one of the following criteria, additional terms and conditions apply:
- Submitted on or after September 17, 2020, 9am PDT, against T-Mobile;
- Submitted on or after September 8, 2020, 1pm PDT, against any Counterparty except KeyBank and/or T-Mobile, but including the Sprint and Metro by T-Mobile brands;
- Submitted on or after July 28, 2020, 12pm PDT, against PayPal or Airbnb;
- Submitted on or after July 20, 2020, 12pm PDT, against Altice Mobile, American Home Shield, Charter Spectrum, Optimum by Altice, Stubhub, Suddenlink, Turbotax, Verizon Fios, or Verizon Wireless;
- Submitted on or after June 24, 2020 against AT&T or DirecTV.
These additional terms and conditions are available here.
If you are an Airbnb host who submitted a claim against Airbnb through for-hosts.fairshake.com (“FairShake for Hosts”), terms and conditions for your claim are here.
Thank you for using FairShake. We are looking forward to helping you enforce your rights against companies. It is important that you read and understand these terms, which govern your use of FairShake Inc.’s, and any of its affiliates’ (collectively “FairShake”), services, software and website (“Services”).
You must be the legal age of majority in your state of residence and otherwise able to form a binding contract with FairShake in order to use the Services. You cannot use the Services if you are under 13 years old or a citizen or resident of the European Union.
PLEASE CAREFULLY READ ABOUT THE FAIRSHAKE PROCESS PRIOR TO FILING A CLAIM. BY AGREEING TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (ALSO CALLED THIS “AGREEMENT”), YOU ACKNOWLEDGE, AGREE TO AND INSTRUCT FAIRSHAKE TO FOLLOW THE PROCESS DESCRIBED HERE. BY FILING A CLAIM THROUGH FAIRSHAKE YOU WILL INITIATE THIS PROCESS. YOU REPRESENT THAT IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR YOUR ISSUE BASED ON YOUR OWN RESEARCH AND DELIBERATIONS. WHILE FAIRSHAKE MAY CONNECT YOU WITH ATTORNEYS AND PAY FOR THEIR SERVICES IN ORDER TO INCREASE THE VALUE OF FAIRSHAKE’S STAKE IN YOUR CLAIM, FAIRSHAKE IS NOT AN ATTORNEY OR LAW FIRM AND DOES NOT EVALUATE WHETHER THIS PROCESS IS APPROPRIATE FOR YOUR ISSUE.
THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTAIN A BINDING ARBITRATION PROVISION THAT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT WITH RESPECT TO SERVICE(S) PROVIDED BY FAIRSHAKE. THE ARBITRATION PROVISION REQUIRES THAT DISPUTES BE RESOLVED IN INDIVIDUAL ARBITRATIONS OR SMALL CLAIMS COURT PROCEEDINGS. IN ARBITRATION, THERE IS NO JUDGE OR JURY AND THERE IS LESS DISCOVERY AND APPELLATE REVIEW THAN IN COURT.
A. Who is who?
- These terms and conditions are between you, the user of the Services and FairShake and we each understand and agree to these terms and conditions. You understand that FairShake is a platform that helps you enforce your legal rights against a company (a “Counterparty”) by submitting a written dispute against that Counterparty (a “Claim”). You understand that by using the Services you may be waiving or forfeiting other options available to you related to the Claim.
- To increase the value of your Claim, in which FairShake has a stake, FairShake may connect you with attorneys and pay them to provide you with certain limited-scope services (see “Attorney Services” below). Some parts of these terms and conditions may benefit the attorneys who participate in the Attorney Services. You agree that your Attorney can enforce the portions of these terms and conditions that are designed to benefit him or her.
B. What will FairShake do?
- You understand that when you submit a Claim through FairShake you are starting a legal process against the Counterparty.
- When you submit a Claim, FairShake will send that Claim to the Counterparty on your behalf and provide a platform that facilitates communication between you and the Counterparty to try to resolve the Claim. More specifically, FairShake will take the steps listed below when it receives your Claim, unless it has been flagged as suspicious by either FairShake or the Counterparty, the Claim has been resolved, or you become unresponsive. By submitting your Claim, you are instructing FairShake to take the steps below as well as any additional steps described here or on the page at the following URL: fairshake.com/the-radvocate-process. you understand that FairShake will not exercise any discretion or make any changes to this process based on the details of your Claim, and that FairShake will continue following these steps until you tell it to stop.
- FairShake will send a letter for you to the Counterparty following the process for dispute resolution set out in the contract between you and the Counterparty, and will create a “dashboard” for you that will allow you to view the status of your Claim and communicate with your Counterparty. The letter will be on the form publicly available here, and will be filled in with the exact language and information provided or chosen by you when you create your claim. FairShake will not edit or otherwise change the information that you provide or select during the intake process.
- If your contract with your Counterparty (which you will provide to FairShake in the intake process from a menu of options) specifies that a certain number of days must elapse between the sending of the letter and the filing of an arbitration (a “Notice Period”), FairShake will wait the specified number of days before taking further action. If your contract with your Counterparty does not specify a Notice Period, FairShake will apply a default 30 day Notice Period to give you time to resolve your dispute with the Counterparty prior to escalating your Claim to arbitration.
- Unless your Counterparty resolves your dispute through the FairShake platform, or you or the Counterparty notify FairShake of a settlement, within the applicable Notice Period, FairShake will allow you to escalate your Claim to arbitration upon the expiration of your Notice Period. A consumer arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that involves an unbiased third party hearing your Claim and deciding the dispute between you and the Counterparty – learn more about consumer arbitration here. FairShake may, in some circumstances, pay your filing fees on your behalf. If FairShake pays your filing fees, you agree that FairShake will be entitled to any reimbursement of those fees. By agreeing to these terms and conditions you assign any right you have to reimbursement of the filing fee under your contract with the Counterparty to FairShake.
- If you choose to escalate your claim to an arbitration, FairShake will ask you to review and confirm your claim information, and then will use that exact information to fill in the American Arbitration Associations form Consumer Demand For Arbitration with the defaults available here. FairShake will not edit or otherwise change the information that you confirm when entering it into the form, and will only use information provided or selected by you in the intake process, or provided or selected by you at a later date.
- At any time before the consumer arbitration is filed, your Counterparty can send you a notice through the FairShake platform. When that happens, FairShake will send you an email at the contact information that you have provided notifying you of the notice. Your Counterparty may also contact you outside of the FairShake platform to discuss your Claim and offer a resolution. If you resolve your Claim off of the FairShake platform, you must contact your assigned Claim Specialist in order to cancel the dispute.
- Once your consumer arbitration has been filed, all interactions regarding your Claim should be directed to the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). FairShake will provide you with a reference number that you can use to identify your Claim to the AAA. You can learn more about what to expect after you Claim has been filed here.
- You understand and agree that regardless of the circumstances, FairShake is not responsible for whether the Claim is successfully resolved or for how long the process takes.
C. What do you do?
- You understand that by submitting the Claim through FairShake, FairShake will do things and spend money processing your Claim, paying for Attorney Services, mailing your Claim to the Counterparty and facilitating communication between you and the Counterparty. you understand that, among other expenses incurred, FairShake may pay the filing fee necessary to file your arbitration. If FairShake pays your filing fee for you, you agree that FairShake is entitled to any reimbursement of that fee. you hereby assign any right you have to reimbursement of the filing fee under your contract with the Counterparty to FairShake. You agree that you will be responsible for the money that FairShake spends trying to solve your Claim and that FairShake may recover these costs out of any amount you receive from the Counterparty to resolve your Claim (“settlement”) (see “About the Money” below for more information).
- You promise that the information you give to FairShake and any Attorney will be accurate, true and it will not be misleading or false in any way. You take all responsibility for any information that you submit in your Claim or provide to the Counterparty, an Attorney, or FairShake through FairShake’s software or services. You agree to promptly notify FairShake of any developments in your Claim including, among other things, (i) the content of any communication with the Counterparty, (ii) the content of any settlement offer from the Counterparty, (iii) the basic terms of any settlement that you agree to with the Counterparty, (iv) significant changes to the facts underlying your Claim and (v) any decision to stop pursuing your Claim.
- You understand that FairShake and the Attorney working on your Claim (if any) rely on you for quick responses to communications with you in order to help resolve your Claim as fast as possible. you agree to reply to FairShake and the Attorney within a reasonable time when either of them needs more information from you or asks you to do something to progress the Claim. you understand that if FairShake or the Attorney does not hear from you for 2 weeks from when you are asked for information or to do something about the Claim, FairShake may cancel your Claim.
D. About the Money
- In return for doing the paperwork to process your Claim and providing other services to help you through the dispute resolution process, you are assigning FairShake a 20% stake in any monetary relief resulting from your Claim against the Counterparty (the “Stake”). This includes account credits (other than account credits issued to offset an outstanding account balance, which shall be used to calculate the Debt Relief Fee defined below), cash and the fair market value of any hardware that you get from the Counterparty. If the Counterparty does not pay the Stake directly to FairShake, and sends FairShake’s Stake to you instead, you agree to pay FairShake the amount of its Stake.
- In addition to its Stake, you agree to pay FairShake 10% of any amount payable that’s removed from or written off of your bill or debt (the “Debt Relief Fee”).
- If you accept a settlement offer but the Stake and the Debt Relief Fee are less than $20 when added together, then you agree to pay FairShake $20, instead of and not in addition to the Stake and the Debt Relief Fee, to partially offset the costs that FairShake incurred pursuing your Claim.
- If you receive a settlement offer, you promise to promptly communicate that offer to FairShake.
- You understand that FairShake spends significant time and money pursuing your Claim, and requires your participation to successfully process an arbitration. If you fail to respond to multiple requests for information about the status or outcome of your Claim from FairShake (“Ghosting”), you authorize FairShake to charge any payment card connected to your account for $30 – the approximate cost of preparing, delivering and managing your Claim. FairShake agrees to warn you twice by email prior to charging any payment card on file.
- If FairShake chooses to provide you with Attorney Services to increase the value of the Stake, FairShake will pay for those Attorney Services under a traditional tripartite relationship with the attorney providing the services. You will have no payment obligation to the attorney.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: FairShake’s fees are subject to a 100% satisfaction guarantee – if you aren’t completely satisfied with our service, then you don’t have to pay FairShake anything. To submit a request for FairShake to waive and release its Stake and any other payment obligation under this Section, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- LOW INCOME FEE WAIVER: FairShake’s services are designed to protect consumers, not add to their financial strain. If your household income is below 3 times the federal poverty line published here, then FairShake will waive its Debt Relief Fee applicable to your Claim. To submit a request for FairShake to waive a Debt Relief Fee under this Section, please email email@example.com.
E. Attorney Services
- FairShake may, at its option, choose to hire an attorney to provide certain limited-scope legal services designed to increase the value of the Claim and the Stake (the “Attorney Services”). The most common Attorney Services that FairShake chooses to pay for for you are:
- A lawyer may be hired to review your claim, identify potential legal issues in your claim and provide you with a summary report stating the likely legal basis for your Claim and a possible range of fair settlement values for your Claim (the “Legal Basis Report”). The Legal Basis Report is meant to help you understand what the law says about how your Claim should be resolved in order to help you negotiate with the Counterparty.
- A lawyer may be hired to review any written settlement offer, identify potential legal issues affecting the enforceability or scope of the settlement, and provide you with a report covering any legal concerns and a recommendation regarding whether to accept the offer.
- FairShake is under no obligation to provide you with any Attorney Services, and may or may not do so in its sole discretion.
- FairShake may choose the attorney to provide the Attorney Services, provided that the attorney is licensed to practice law in any state or territory of the United States. If the cost of the Attorney Services provided to you are under $1000, the attorney may, in the attorney’s discretion, provide the service without first negotiating an engagement agreement with you.
- You agree that, because the Attorney Services are paid for by FairShake and meant to increase the value of the Stake, the attorney providing the Attorney Services may share all information and reports generated during that limited-scope representation with FairShake. You understand that, while FairShake will keep all such information confidential, this clause may affect the attorney client privilege.
- You agree that the attorney providing the Attorney Services may, at the attorneys discretion, use software and services created or provided by FairShake to provide the Attorney Services at a lower cost, including but not limited to database and document storage solutions, document preparation software, legal research libraries, communications and document distributions services and general administrative services.
- In order to authorize the attorney providing the Attorney Services or Expanded Attorney Services to access account information with the Counterparty, upon submitting a claim you agree to enter into the following binding consent, which will be sent to the Counterparty along with your claim, and the signature provided on your claim.
- If your claim is against any Counterparty other than T-Mobile, Sprint, or Metro by T-Mobile:
“I hereby certify that I have authorized FairShake Inc. (“FairShake”) to submit a Notice of Dispute (“Dispute”) to [Counterparty’s Name] on my behalf. I understand that FairShake has retained Iron City Law to represent me in responding to requests for information, objections, or settlement offers related to the Dispute or related to any subsequent arbitration proceeding arising from the Dispute, and I have expressly agreed to this representation.
I hereby authorize [Counterparty’s Name] and its subsidiaries and affiliates to release to FairShake and Iron City Law any information regarding my [Counterparty’s Name] account that is related to, or necessary to facilitate the resolution of, the Dispute. I understand and agree that this authorization allows [Counterparty’s Name] to disclose to FairShake and Iron City Law my personal information and data, including, but not limited to my name, address, and contact information, date of birth, social security number, billing records and invoices, transaction history, product or service usage information, adjustments, credit-reporting information, usage details and memorialized account interactions with [Counterparty’s Name], potentially including customer representative notes and sound recordings of my calls, emails and other communications with [Counterparty’s Name]. I understand and agree that this authorization extends only to [Counterparty’s Name] accounts that are registered to me, and that [Counterparty’s Name] cannot and will not release information regarding [Counterparty’s Name] accounts belonging to others without receiving separate authorization from those account holders.
I agree to hold [Counterparty’s Name] and its subsidiaries and affiliates harmless from all claims, lawsuits, or actions of any type, alleging harm or damages to me, arising from or related to [Counterparty’s Name]’s release of information under this authorization, and I agree that this provision is for the benefit of, and may be enforced by, [Counterparty’s Name] and its subsidiaries and affiliates.
- If your claim is against T-Mobile, Sprint, or Metro by T-Mobile:
“By signing below, I hereby certify that I am the billing responsible party (ie, owner) or a listed authorized user on the account that is the subject of my dispute (“Dispute”). Furthermore, I provide authorization and consent (“Consent”) to FairShake Inc. and Iron City Law to receive and have access to all information about my account(s) that is reasonably related to, or useful in the resolution of the Dispute (“Account Information”).
Account Information that may need to be disclosed as part of the resolution process includes, but is not limited to, (i) personal data such as your name, address, contact information; (ii) account information such as equipment financing documentation, credit limitations, customer representative notes, and previous correspondence between you and T-Mobile US, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates; (iii) customer proprietary network information such as billing records and statements, payment history, wireless usage details, rate plans and features and related promotions, credit or adjustments.
Instructions: Please provide as much of the following information related to the account that is the subject of your Dispute in order that the appropriate account can be located:
Name on the Account (Print): [Claimant’s Name]
Your Company Account Number(s) (if known):
Phone numbers on your Account(s) (if known): [Claimant’s Phone Number]
Address on your Account (if known): [Claimant’s Address]
Through your signature on this Consent:
- You agree that you are responsible for monitoring your T-Mobile, Sprint or Metro by T-Mobile account and remain fully responsible for all aspects of your account, including timely payment of all amounts due as part of your service or other financial obligations.
- You agree that you will hold T-Mobile US, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates harmless from all claims, lawsuits, or actions of any type, alleging harm or damages to you, arising from this Consent;
- You agree that T-Mobile US, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates are not responsible, in any way whatsoever, for ensuring that your attorney is qualified, properly licensed, or clear of conflicts to represent you.
Customer Name (Print): [Claimant’s Name]
Customer Signature: [Claimant’s Signature]
Date: [Claimant’s Submission Date]
Contact Number (if different than number on your account): [Claimant’s Alternate Phone Number]”
F. BINDING ARBITRATION, plus your liabilities, indemnities and other important stuff
You MUST read this section carefully. It affects your rights.
- BINDING ARBITRATION
- FairShake is an arbitration-focused company, and we believe that arbitration can provide consumers with an efficient and cost-effective way of resolving disputes when responsibly used. Any Dispute (as defined below) involving you and us shall be resolved through individual arbitration. In arbitration, there is no judge or jury and there is less discovery and appellate review than in court.
- Definitions: This Arbitration Provision shall be broadly interpreted. “Dispute” means any claim or controversy related to us or our relationship, including but not limited to any and all: (1) claims for relief and theories of liability, whether based in contract, tort, fraud, negligence, statute, regulation, ordinance, or otherwise; (2) claims that arose before this or any prior Agreement; (3) claims that arise after the expiration or termination of this Agreement, and (4) claims that are the subject of purported class action litigation.
- Opt Out: You can opt out of this Arbitration Provision at any time within 30 days of your first use of any FairShake product or service by sending an email containing your name, email address and phone number (which must match the information on your FairShake account, if any) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The email should clearly state that you wish to opt out of the Arbitration Provision in our Terms and Conditions.
- How To Start An Arbitration. You can start an arbitration proceeding through the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) at www.adr.org. You must send all arbitration-related notices to us at the following address: FairShake Inc., 2323 Broadway, Oakland CA 94612.
- Right to Sue in Small Claims Court: Notwithstanding anything in this Arbitration Provision to the contrary, either you or we may elect to have an action heard in a small claims court that has appropriate jurisdiction over the matter and parties. This clause is not intended to constitute an acceptance of any particular venue, or to subject FairShake to personal jurisdiction in any court.
- Arbitration Procedures. This Arbitration Provision shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act. Arbitrations shall be administered by the AAA pursuant to its Consumer Arbitration Rules (the “AAA Rules”) as modified by the version of this Arbitration Provision that is in effect when you notify us about your Dispute. If there is a conflict between this Arbitration Provision and the AAA rules, this Arbitration Provision shall govern. If the AAA will not administer a proceeding under this Arbitration Provision as written, the parties shall agree on a substitute arbitration organization. If the parties cannot agree, the parties shall mutually petition a court of appropriate jurisdiction to appoint an arbitration organization that will administer a proceeding under this Arbitration Provision as written applying the AAA Consumer Arbitration Rules. A single arbitrator will resolve the Dispute. Unless you and we agree otherwise, any arbitration hearing will take place at a location convenient to both of us. The arbitrator will honor claims of privilege recognized by law and will take reasonable steps to protect customer account information and other confidential or proprietary information. The arbitrator shall issue a reasoned written decision that explains the arbitrator’s essential findings and conclusions. The arbitrator’s award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction over the parties only if necessary for purposes of enforcing the arbitrator’s award. An arbitrator’s award that has been fully satisfied shall not be entered in any court.
- Waiver of Class Actions and Collective Relief. THERE SHALL BE NO RIGHT OR AUTHORITY FOR ANY CLAIMS TO BE ARBITRATED OR LITIGATED ON A CLASS ACTION, JOINT OR CONSOLIDATED BASIS OR ON BASES INVOLVING CLAIMS BROUGHT IN A PURPORTED REPRESENTATIVE CAPACITY ON BEHALF OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC (SUCH AS A PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL) OR OTHER PERSONS. THE ARBITRATOR MAY AWARD RELIEF ONLY IN FAVOR OF THE INDIVIDUAL PARTY SEEKING RELIEF AND ONLY TO THE EXTENT NECESSARY TO PROVIDE RELIEF WARRANTED BY THAT INDIVIDUAL PARTY’S CLAIM. THE ARBITRATOR MAY NOT AWARD RELIEF FOR OR AGAINST ANYONE WHO IS NOT A PARTY. THE ARBITRATOR MAY NOT CONSOLIDATE MORE THAN ONE PERSON’S CLAIMS, AND MAY NOT OTHERWISE PRESIDE OVER ANY FORM OF A REPRESENTATIVE OR CLASS PROCEEDING. THIS WAIVER OF CLASS ACTIONS AND COLLECTIVE RELIEF IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF THIS ARBITRATION PROVISION AND CANNOT BE SEVERED FROM IT. THE REMAINING PORTIONS OF THIS ARBITRATION PROVISION ARE NOT ESSENTIAL PARTS OF THIS ARBITRATION PROVISION AND CAN BE SEVERED FROM IT BY A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION.
- Arbitral Fees and Costs. If your claim seeks more than $75,000 in the aggregate, the payment of the AAA’s fees and costs will be governed by the AAA rules. If your claims seek less than $75,000 in the aggregate, the payment of the AAA’s fees and costs will be our responsibility. However, if the arbitrator finds that your Dispute was frivolous or brought for an improper purpose (as measured by the standards set forth in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11(b)), the payment of the AAA’s fees and costs shall be governed by the AAA Rules and you shall reimburse us for all fees and costs that were your obligation to pay under the AAA Rules. You may hire an attorney to represent you in arbitration. You are responsible for your attorneys’ fees and additional costs and may only recover your attorneys’ fees and costs in the arbitration to the extent that you could in court if the arbitration is decided in your favor. Notwithstanding anything in this Arbitration Provision to the contrary, we will pay all fees and costs that we are required by law to pay
- Survival. This Arbitration Provision shall survive the termination of your Service(s) with us.
- You agree to use the Services at your own risk. The information, software, products, and services made available through FairShake or its affiliates may include inaccuracies or typographical errors. FairShake and/or its suppliers may at any time make improvements or changes to FairShake’s Services. Information received via FairShake should not be relied upon for personal, legal, or financial decisions. you will consult an appropriate professional for specific advice tailored to your situation.
- TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, FAIRSHAKE AND ITS AFFILIATES, SUPPLIERS AND DISTRIBUTORS MAKE NO WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ABOUT THE SERVICES. THE SERVICES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS.” FAIRSHAKE ALSO DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. INFORMATION AND OPINIONS RECEIVED VIA THE WEBSITE OR FAIRSHAKE’S COMMUNICATIONS, OR ITS AGENT’S OR EMPLOYEES COMMUNICATIONS,WITH you SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON FOR PERSONAL, LEGAL OR FINANCIAL DECISIONS AND you WILL CONSULT AN APPROPRIATE PROFESSIONAL FOR SPECIFIC ADVICE TAILORED TO YOUR SITUATION.
- TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL FAIRSHAKE, ITS AFFILIATES, SUPPLIERS OR DISTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY LOSS OF USE, DATA, BUSINESS, OR PROFITS, REGARDLESS OF LEGAL THEORY, WHETHER OR NOT FAIRSHAKE HAS BEEN WARNED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND EVEN IF A REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
- TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, FAIRSHAKE’S AGGREGATE LIABILITY FOR ALL CLAIMS RELATING TO THE SERVICES SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE GREATER OF $500 OR THE AMOUNT PAID BY you TO FAIRSHAKE FOR THE 12 MONTHS PRECEDING THE SERVICES IN QUESTION, WHICHEVER IS LOWER.
Ok that bit is over, sorry about all the words.
G. How do we terminate the Services?
- You can terminate the Services for any reason and at any time by using the “Cancel Claim” button on your dashboard or by contacting email@example.com.
- Terminating the Services does not terminate this Agreement, which will govern your relationship to FairShake even after you stop using the Services.
- FairShake can terminate the Services at any time and for any reason by notifying you at your email address or home address that the Services are terminated.
H. Extra stuff
- You understand and agree that when you submit a claim through FairShake it will send communications that are drafted by you to the Counterparty on your behalf. You understand that FairShake does this as an intermediary and not as your agent and that FairShake takes no responsibility for the content of those communications or their accuracy.
- You understand that you are giving FairShake your phone number when you sign up for its services and you authorize FairShake to send you text messages and web-based messenger messages, call you using any form of technology (including an autodialer or other computerized tool) and contact you in any other way using your phone number. You represent that the phone number that you are submitting is owned by you and you agree to indemnify FairShake for any damages that FairShake incurs as a result of your submission of a phone number that is not owned by you. In addition to contacting you with information about your Claim(s), FairShake may contact you with offers for services or other solicitations at the number you provide and using any of the technology described above. You understand that you may at any time (including prior to the submission of this form) deny or revoke your consent to receive calls, messages or texts regarding offers for services or other solicitations by sending an email containing your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You represent that you are not a citizen of the European Union and will not become a European Union citizen while you are bound under these terms and conditions. If you become a European Union citizen you will immediately notify FairShake.
- You may only use our website for purposes that are marketed, displayed, advertised or expressly permitted by FairShake. The following are not permitted: attempting to gain access to non-public parts of FairShake and scraping images or content (using a computer or otherwise) for use on another website or for another business service.
- You are solely responsible for protecting your own account password and other account information.
- A notice under these terms and conditions must be in writing, in English and signed by a person duly authorised by the sender; and hand delivered, sent by prepaid post or email:
- If to you, at the address that you provide to FairShake or your email address.
- If to FairShake, at 2323 Broadway, Oakland CA 94612.
- A notice that follows the instructions in this agreement takes effect 2 days after sending, unless the receiver proves that the Notice was not received by the person it was addressed to.
- You agree that FairShake may change its terms and conditions and this Agreement from time to time by updating the terms and conditions on its website.
- These terms and conditions are the entire agreement between FairShake and you in connection with its subject matter and supersedes all previous agreements or understandings between me and FairShake in connection with its subject matter.
- A term or part of a term of these terms and conditions that is illegal or unenforceable may be severed from the terms and conditions and the remaining terms or parts of the terms of the agreement will continue in force.
- Except where the agreement expressly states otherwise, the agreement does not create a relationship of employment, trust, agency or partnership between me and FairShake or its personnel.
- A waiver of a right, power or remedy must be in writing and signed by the party giving the waiver.
- Assignment and novation
- I will obtain the prior written approval of FairShake to assign, novate or otherwise transfer this Agreement or any part of it.
- FairShake may assign, transfer or novate its rights and obligations under the terms and conditions from time to time.
- These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of California and, except as required by the Arbitration Provision, each party irrevocably and unconditionally submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of California and the courts having appeal from them.