Terms of Service.

This Terms of Service Agreement (“Agreement“) is entered into as of the date last executed (“Effective Date“) by and between Blayzer Commerce Production Company (“Blayzer Commerce”) and Customer (“Customer“).

RECITALS

WHEREAS, Blayzer Commerce is a service provider that offers access to, and use of, certain applications including its fully integrated set of web-based modules and implementation support to initiate such access and use.
WHEREAS, Customer wants to retain Blayzer Commerce to allow Customer to access and use the web-based modules under the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements hereinafter set forth, and for other good and valuable consideration, Customer and Blayzer Commerce agree to the foregoing and as follows:

ARTICLE 1—GENERAL

1.1 Overview of Agreement. This Agreement represents the terms and conditions under which Blayzer Commerce shall provide Customer access to and use of the web-based modules and services (“Blayzer Commerce Services”), which may be amended from time to time, in the sole discretion of Blayzer Commerce, to reflect additional or amended Blayzer Commerce Services ordered by Customer. Blayzer Commerce Services shall be provided to Customer via the Internet’s world wide web. Additional services and/or deliverables may be procured consistent with the terms of this Agreement. Any attempt to alter or amend the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement through conflicting or inconsistent terms in any other document shall be void and of no force and effect. In addition, any other or additional services Customer requests that Blayzer Commerce handle, whether or not related to the matters referenced in this agreement, will likewise be governed by this agreement, unless another written agreement is entered into by Blayzer Commerce and Customer.

ARTICLE 2—BLAYZER COMMERCE SERVICES

2.1 Equipment. Customer will be responsible for procuring, at Customer’s sole expense, all equipment or other software (including licenses necessary to use currently-supported versions thereof), if any, required to use Blayzer Commerce services. For such third party hardware or software, Customer shall only receive the manufacturer’s warranty, if any, and shall receive no warranties from Blayzer Commerce for any such third party hardware or software.

2.2 Access Rights. During the term of this Agreement, Customer will have a limited, revocable, non-transferable and non-exclusive license for Customer’s employees (“Authorized Users“) to use software and related documentation solely for Customer’s business purposes consistent with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Blayzer Commerce will issue to one Authorized User (“Blayzer Commerce Administrator“) an individual logon identifier and password (“Administrator’s Logon“) for purposes of administering Software. Customer acknowledges and agrees that only its Blayzer Commerce Administrator shall be authorized to bind Customer in connection with any service provided to Customer under this Agreement. Using Administrator’s Logon, the Blayzer Commerce Administrator shall assign each remaining Authorized User a unique logon identifier and password and assign and manage the business rules that control each such Authorized User’s access to the Blayzer Commerce Catalyst. Customer shall use its reasonable efforts to see that each Authorized User will: (a) be responsible for the security and/or use of his or her logon identifier; (b) not disclose such logon identifier to any person or entity; (c) not permit any other person or entity to use his or her logon identifier; (d) use the Software consistent with the assigned business rules; and (e) use the Blayzer Commerce Catalyst Software in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Customer will be responsible for: (f) advising each Authorized User of his or her obligations under this Agreement and of the license restrictions set forth in this Agreement; and (g) any and all costs and expenses incurred through the authorized use of Customer’s Logon. Blayzer Commerce reserves the right to deny, suspend or revoke access to the Blayzer Commerce Services, in whole or in part, if Blayzer Commerce believes Customer and/or its Authorized Users are in breach of this Agreement or are otherwise using or accessing the Blayzer Commerce Services inconsistent with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

2.3 Restrictions. The Customer will comply with the rules appropriate to any network to which Blayzer Commerce may provide access. The Customer should not post, transmit, or permit Internet access to information the Customer desires to keep confidential. The Customer is not permitted to post any material that is illegal, libelous, tortious, indecently depicts children or is likely to result in retaliation against Blayzer Commerce by offended users. Blayzer Commerce, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to refuse or terminate service at any time for violation of this section. This includes advertising services or sites via IRC or USENET in clear violation of the policies of the IRC channel or USENET group.

Customer agrees that Customer and its Authorized Users will not: (a) sell, lease, license or sublicense the Blayzer Commerce Services; (b) modify, change, alter, translate, create derivative works from, reverse engineer, disassemble or decompile the Blayzer Commerce Services in any way for any reason; (c) provide, disclose, divulge or make available to, or permit use of the Blayzer Commerce Services by, any third party; (d) copy or reproduce all or any part of the Blayzer Commerce Services (except as expressly provided for herein); (e) interfere, or attempt to interfere, with the Blayzer Commerce Services in any way; (f) engage in spamming, mail bombing, spoofing or any other fraudulent, illegal or unauthorized use of the Blayzer Commerce Services; (g) knowingly introduce into or transmit through the Blayzer Commerce Services any virus, worm, trap door, back door, timer, clock, counter or other limiting routine, instruction or design; (h) remove, obscure or alter any copyright notice, trademarks or other proprietary rights notices affixed to or contained within the Blayzer Commerce Services; or (i) engage in or allow any action involving the Blayzer Commerce Services that is inconsistent with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, some programs used by Blayzer Commerce may be licensed under the General Public License (“GPL”). Any software provided under the GPL may be redistributed or modified under the terms of the GPL as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. A copy of the GPL will be distributed to Customer by Blayzer Commerce with any software licensed under the GPL.

2.4 Audit Rights. If a Customer has purchased the Blayzer Commerce Catalyst software or has obtained FTP access to the Blayzer Commerce software, Blayzer Commerce shall have the right, during the term of this Agreement and for a period of six (6) months thereafter, upon reasonable notice and at reasonable times, to access Customer’s location and files to inspect Customer’s use of the Blayzer Commerce Catalyst, as well as computers and equipment used in connection therewith. Customer shall cooperate fully with any such audit or inspection. In the event that any audit shows any misuse, violation or breach of the Blayzer Commerce Services or violation of this Agreement, Blayzer Commerce shall be entitled to pursue any remedies available to it under this Agreement or otherwise at law or in equity. Blayzer Commerce shall not be held liable for, and Customer hereby waives any right to, damages incurred during or as a result of Blayzer Commerce’s access to Customer’s location and files.

2.5 Non-Exclusivity. The parties acknowledge and agree that Blayzer Commerce is providing access to and use of the Blayzer Commerce Services to multiple Customers and that such services are non-exclusive.

2.6 Availability. Blayzer Commerce shall use commercially reasonable efforts to keep the Blayzer Commerce Software available on a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week basis, subject to scheduled downtime for maintenance purposes, unscheduled maintenance and systems outages. The parties hereto acknowledge that since the Internet is neither owned nor controlled by any one entity, BLAYZER COMMERCE HEREBY EXPLICITLY DISCLAIMS AND MAKES NO GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES THAT ANY GIVEN USER WILL BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE BLAYZER COMMERCE CATALYST AT ANY GIVEN TIME, AND BLAYZER COMMERCE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER FOR FAILURE OF ACCESSIBILITY TO THE BLAYZER COMMERCE CATALYST.

2.7 Blayzer Commerce ‘s Licensors.

2.7.1 Terms and Conditions applicable to services provided by Blayzer Commerce ‘s Licensors. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Blayzer Commerce Services are provided, in some cases, by third party Licensors to Blayzer Commerce (hereinafter “Third Party Licensors”). For all Blayzer Commerce Services contained in the Blayzer Commerce Catalyst that are provided by Third Party Licensors to Blayzer Commerce, Customer agrees with and shall abide by all Third Party Licensor terms and conditions, if any. Such Third Party Licensor terms and conditions are available upon request (the “Additional Terms and Conditions”). Any Additional Terms and Conditions are in addition to and supplement the terms and conditions provided in this Agreement. Customer acknowledges and agrees that it will be subject to all Additional Terms and Conditions and that all such Additional Terms and Conditions shall be incorporated into the terms and conditions of this Agreement as if set forth fully herein. Customer further agrees that it will be subject to all Additional Terms and Conditions where Customer elects to add services to Blayzer Commerce

2.7.2 Changes to Blayzer Commerce Licensors. Customer acknowledges that Blayzer Commerce may, at its sole discretion, change any Third Party Licensors that provide services under this Agreement, or add or delete discrete services from the Blayzer Commerce Services. Blayzer Commerce agrees to use reasonable efforts to prevent any service interruptions associated with Blayzer Commerce ‘s decision, if any, to change Third Party Licensors. In the event that Blayzer Commerce changes Third Party Licensors, Blayzer Commerce may provide Customer with notification of changes in Third Party Licensors and refer Customer to information posted on Blayzer Commerce’s website relative to that change which shall become Additional Terms and Conditions for the purposes of this Agreement.

ARTICLE 3—FEES; PAYMENT TERMS

3.1 Application and Use Fee. Customer shall pay any and all application fees and user fees, including but not limited to monthly fees and any taxes according to Blayzer Commerce’s then-applicable fee schedule. Fee amounts are subject to change at any time, at Blayzer Commerce’s sole discretion. Customer shall pay all amounts due under any invoice to Blayzer Commerce within thirty (30) calendar days of invoice date (“Due Date”).

3.2 Late Payments. If Customer fails to pay any fee by the applicable Due Date, Blayzer Commerce will have the right to: (a) assess late charges in an amount equal to the greater of fifteen percent (15%) of the outstanding past due amount per month, or the maximum allowable under applicable law; and/or (b) suspend access to any or all of the Blayzer Commerce Services and/or performance of the services provided by Blayzer Commerce hereunder and/or terminate this Agreement. Blayzer Commerce will provide five (5) days written notice to Customer of any suspension or termination of Blayzer Commerce Services. Any such suspension or termination will not relieve Customer from paying any outstanding fees plus interest and late charges. Customer will be responsible for any costs associated with collecting such fees including, without limitation, legal costs, attorneys’ fees, court costs and collection agency fees.

3.3 Taxes. Customer will pay or reimburse Blayzer Commerce for all sales, use, transfer, privilege, excise and all other taxes and all duties, whether international, national, state or local, however designated, which are levied or imposed by reason of the performance by Blayzer Commerce under this Agreement, excluding, however, income taxes or gross receipts taxes which may be levied against Blayzer Commerce. Such taxes shall be reflected on Customer invoices.

ARTICLE 4—LIMITED WARRANTIES

4.1 Customer Warranty. Customer represents and warrants to Blayzer Commerce that: (a) Customer has the authority to enter into this Agreement and perform its obligations under this Agreement; (b) Customer and its Authorized Users will only use the Blayzer Commerce Services for lawful purposes and will not knowingly violate any law of any jurisdiction or country or the intellectual property rights of any third party; and (c) Customer warrants that it is not located in a jurisdiction or country where export or re-export of the contents of information received via the Internet is prohibited. Should Customer receive notice of any claim regarding the Blayzer Commerce Services, Customer shall promptly provide Blayzer Commerce with a written notice of such claim.

4.2 Blayzer Commerce Warranty. Blayzer Commerce warrants that: (a) Blayzer Commerce has the authority to enter into this Agreement and perform its obligations under this Agreement; and (b) Blayzer Commerce will perform the services required under this Agreement in a professional and workmanlike manner.

4.3 Disclaimer. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SET FORTH HEREIN, BLAYZER COMMERCE MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY REGARDING OR RELATING TO ANY OF THE SERVICES AND/OR ACCESS TO OR USE OF THE BLAYZER COMMERCE SERVICES PROVIDED TO CUSTOMER UNDER THIS AGREEMENT. BLAYZER COMMERCE SPECIFI¬CALLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.

ARTICLE 5—LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

BLAYZER COMMERCE’S HAS NO LIABILITY UNDER THIS AGREEMENT FOR ANY DIRECT DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. IN NO EVENT SHALL BLAYZER COMMERCE BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOST PROFITS FOR ANY WEB SOLUTION BLAYZER HAS CREATED.

ARTICLE 6—INDEMNIFICATION

Customer agrees to indemnify, defend (at Blayzer Commerce’s sole option and at Customer’s sole expense) and hold harmless Blayzer Commerce, its managers, directors, officers, employees, independent contractors and agents, and defend any action brought against same with respect to any claim, demand, cause of action, loss, debt, or liability, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, to the extent that such action is based upon a claim arising out of or relating to Customer’s use of and/or access to the Blayzer Commerce Services or services provided hereunder, including but not limited to any claims, liability, or loss arising out of the sale or offer for sale of any illegal, infringing, counterfeit products or services or any other misuse of the Blayzer Commerce Services by Customer or its Customers. Customer specifically acknowledges that Blayzer Commerce shall not be liable to Customer for liability or losses, if any, incurred as a result of fraudulent or unauthorized misuse of Blayzer Commerce Services.

Blayzer is specifically not responsible for the success or failure of your online business, business plan, marketing efforts or general operation and management of your web application. Blayzer is only liable for delivering the web solution proposed in this contract and contract deliverables. If customer hosts with Blayzer, Blayzer is only responsible for the hosting services described in the hosting section of this contract.

ARTICLE 7—CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

“Confidential Information” will include the terms of this Agreement, any software provided by Blayzer Commerce under this Agreement, the logon identifiers and/or passwords provided to Customer and each Authorized User, the prices and fees charged under this Agreement, any other materials marked confidential by Customer or Blayzer Commerce and any other information conveyed under this Agreement that is identified in writing as confidential at the time of its conveyance. Each party acknowledges and agrees that: (a) the Confidential Information constitutes valuable trade secrets of the party owning such Confidential Information; (b) it will use Confidential Information solely in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement; and (c) it will not disclose, or permit to be disclosed, the Confidential Information of the other party to any third party without the disclosing party’s prior written consent. Each party will take all reasonable precautions necessary to safeguard the confidentiality of the other party’s Confidential Information including, at a minimum, those precautions taken by a party to protect its own Confidential Information, which will in no event be less than a reasonable degree of care. Confidential Information will not include information that is: (a) publicly available; (b) already in the other party’s possession and not subject to a confidentiality obligation; (c) obtained by the other party from any source without any obligation of confidentiality; (d) independently developed by the other party without reference to the disclosing party’s Confidential Information; or (e) required to be disclosed by order of a court or other governmental entity; provided no less than ten (10) days written notice is given to the party owning such Confidential Information so that such party may obtain a protective order or other equitable relief.

ARTICLE 8—PROPRIETARY RIGHTS

No right (except for the license granted in Section 2.2 or 2.3), title or interest of intellectual property or other proprietary rights in and to the Blayzer Commerce Services and/or other products or services made available under this Agreement is transferred to Customer hereunder. Blayzer Commerce and its Third Party Licensors retain all right, title and interests, including, without limitation, all copyright, trade secret, intellectual property and other proprietary rights in and to the Blayzer Commerce Services and/or other products or services provided under this Agreement. Customer will retain all right, title and interest to the documents created by Customer using the Blayzer Commerce Services, subject to any rights of Blayzer Commerce in underlying works from which such documents were derived.

ARTICLE 9—TERM AND TERMINATION

9.1 Term. This Agreement will commence as of the Effective Date and shall continue thereafter on a month-to-month basis unless terminated pursuant to Articles 3 or 9, OR UPON EMAIL OR TELEPHONE NOTICE TO THE BLAYZER COMMERCE BILLING DEPARTMENT. ANY EMAIL NOTICE WILL BE DISREGARDED. WRITTEN NOTICE MAY BE MAILED DIRECTLY TO BLAYZER COMMERCE AT:

1901 Locust Street
Saint Louis Missouri 63103


Notwithstanding the foregoing, if any separate contract is entered into in conjunction with these terms and conditions, the term of that separate contract shall take precedence over the month-to-month term set out in the immediately preceding paragraph.

9.2 Termination by Blayzer Commerce. Blayzer Commerce shall have the right to terminate this Agreement at any time and will give 30 days notice to remove your web solution from Blayzer's Infastructure also if: (a) Customer fails to timely pay Blayzer Commerce any amount due to Blayzer Commerce under this Agreement; (b) Customer materially breaches any term or condition this Agreement, provided such breach is not cured by Customer within thirty (30) calendar days following Blayzer Commerce ‘s notice to Customer of such breach; or (c) Customer (i) terminates or suspends its business activities; (ii) becomes insolvent, makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or becomes subject to direct control of a trustee, receiver or similar authority; or (iii) becomes subject to any bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding under federal or state statutes. (iv). Blayzer reserves the right to terminate at anytime if there is a dispute between the two parties.

9.3 Termination by Customer. Customer will have the right, upon thirty (30) days notice (as set forth below) to Blayzer Commerce, to terminate this Agreement if Blayzer Commerce is in material breach of this Agreement and Blayzer Commerce fails to remedy such material breach within thirty (30) calendar days of its receipt of such written notice. Customer is responsible for all Blayzer Commerce Service charges and fees up to and including the day client terminates this Agreement and all Blayzer Commerce Services. To terminate this Agreement and any Blayzer Commerce Service, the Customer must call the Blayzer Commerce phone number (314-446-3393) and ask for the billing department. A termination representative will verify that the person calling is the owner of the site and will issue a termination number to the Customer. The termination number will serve as proof that the Blayzer Commerce Service has been terminated. The Customer is responsible for all outstanding charges and fees up to the time the termination number is issued. FOR SECURITY PURPOSES, ALL E-MAIL NOTICES WILL BE DISREGARDED.

9.4 Obligations upon Termination or Expiration and Non-Renewal. Upon the expiration and non-renewal or termination of this Agreement for any reason: (a) Customer’s access to, and use of, the Blayzer Commerce Services will terminate; (b) Customer will return to Blayzer Commerce any and all Blayzer Commerce Services, equipment, software, documentation or other deliverables provided to Customer by Blayzer Commerce, including any copies thereof held by Customer; (c) Blayzer Commerce will deliver to Customer all Customer documents and other materials (which may be obtained using Blayzer Commerce’s create export file function) stored by Customer on the Blayzer Commerce Network; and (d) each party shall return any and all Confidential Information in its possession to the party that disclosed such Confidential Information and provide written verification of same.

9.5 Survival. Any provisions of this Agreement that by their nature should survive termination of this Agreement will survive termination of this Agreement, including but not limited to Articles 6, 7, and 8.

ARTICLE 10—MISCELLANEOUS

10.1 Notices. Any written notice required or permitted to be delivered pursuant to this Agreement will be in writing and will be deemed delivered: (a) upon delivery if delivered in person; (b) three (3) business days after deposit in the United States mail, registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid; (c) upon transmission if sent via telecopier, with a confirmation copy sent via overnight mail; (d) one (1) business day after deposit with a national overnight courier, in each case addressed, in the case of Customer, the address listed in Blayzer Commerce’s records, or in the case of Blayzer Commerce, to 1901 Locust Street Saint Louis Missouri 63103 (or to such other address as may be specified upon notice).

10.2 Assignment. Customer will not assign or otherwise transfer this Agreement, in whole or in part, nor delegate or subcontract any of its rights or obligations hereunder, without Blayzer Commerce’s prior written consent, which consent may be withheld, delayed or conditioned in Blayzer Commerce’s sole discretion. Blayzer Commerce will have the right to assign this Agreement, in whole or in part, to a third party at any time upon five (5) days written notice to Customer.

10.3 Force Majeure. Neither party shall have any liability to the other or to third parties for any failure or delay in performing any obligation under this Agreement due to circumstances beyond its reasonable control including, without limitation, acts of God or nature, actions of the government, fires, floods, strikes, civil disturbances or terrorism, or power, communications, satellite or network failures.

10.4 Waiver. Any waiver or modification of this Agreement will not be effective unless executed in writing and signed by an authorized representative of Blayzer Commerce and Customer. The parties expressly disclaim the right to claim the enforceability or effectiveness of: (a) any amendments to this Agreement that are not executed by an authorized representative of Blayzer Commerce and Customer; (b) any oral modifications to this Agreement; and (c) any other amendments that are based on course of dealing, waiver, reliance, estoppel or similar legal theory. The parties expressly disclaim the right to enforce any rule of law that is contrary to the terms of this Section. The failure of either party to enforce, or the delay by either party in enforcing, any of its rights under this Agreement will not be deemed to be a waiver or modification by such party of any of its rights under this Agreement.

10.5 Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is held to be unenforceable, in whole or in part, such holding will not affect the validity of the other provisions of this Agreement, unless Blayzer Commerce in its sole discretion and in good faith deems the unenforceable provision to be essential, in which case Blayzer Commerce will have the right to terminate this Agreement in accordance with Article 9.

10.6 Public Announcements. Customer hereby grants Blayzer Commerce the right to use Customer’s name in press releases, product brochures and financial reports indicating that Customer is a Customer of Blayzer Commerce.

10.7 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which so executed will be deemed to be an original and such counterparts together will constitute one and the same agreement.

10.8 Third Party Beneficiaries. Customer acknowledges that some Blayzer Commerce Services may be provided by Third Party Licensors. Third Party Licensors are third party beneficiaries to this Agreement, and there are no other third party beneficiaries to this Agreement.

10.9 Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Dispute Resolution with Third Party Licensors. This Agreement will be interpreted and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Missouri, without regard to conflict of law principles. All disputes arising out of this Agreement shall be brought only in the district and federal courts located in or for The City of Saint Louis, Missouri. EACH PARTY CONSENTS TO THE EXCLUSIVE PERSONAL JURISDICTION AND VENUE OF THE COURTS, STATE AND FEDERAL, LOCATED IN THE CITY OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI.

10.10 Non-solicitation. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the employees and consultants of Blayzer Commerce are a valuable asset to Blayzer Commerce and difficult to replace. Accordingly, Customer agrees that, during the term of this Agreement and for a period of twelve (12) months after the expiration and non-renewal or termination of this Agreement, Customer will not knowingly solicit or attempt to solicit any employee or consultant of Blayzer Commerce.

10.11 Customer Security Responsibilities. The Customer is solely responsible for any breaches of security affecting servers under Customer control. If a Customer’s server or system is affected by a security breach or attack, it will be shut down and an immediate investigation will be launched to determine the cause/source of the attack. In such event, the Customer is responsible for the cost to rectify any damage done both to the Customer’s item and any other related area affected by the security breach. The labor used to rectify any such damage is categorized as emergency security breach recovery and is currently charged at $250.00 USD per hour. Enquiries regarding security matters may be directed to Head of Security at [email protected]

10.12 System And Network Security. Violations of system or network security are prohibited, and may result in criminal and civil liability. Blayzer Commerce may investigate incidents involving such violations and may involve and will cooperate with law enforcement if a criminal violation is suspected. Examples of system or network security violations include, but are not limited to, the following:

Unauthorized access to or use of data, systems or networks, including any attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of a system or network or to breach security or authentication measures without express authorization of the owner of the system or network. Unauthorized monitoring of data or traffic on any network or system without express authorization of the owner of the system or network.
Interference with service to any user, host or network including, without limitation, mail bombing, flooding, deliberate attempts to overload a system and broadcast attacks.
Forging of any TCP-IP packet header or any part of the header information in an e-mail or a newsgroup posting.
Violators of the policy are responsible, without limitations, for the cost of labor to clean up and correct any damage done to the operation of the network and business operations supported by the network, and to respond to complaints incurred by Blayzer Commerce. Such labor is categorized as emergency security breach recovery and is currently charged at $250 USD per hour required. Inquiries regarding security matters may be directed to Head of Security at [email protected]
Blayzer Commerce is concerned with the privacy of online communications and web sites. In general, the Internet is neither more nor less secure than other means of communication, including mail, facsimile, and voice telephone service, all of which can be intercepted and otherwise compromised. As a matter of prudence, however, Blayzer Commerce urges its Customers to assume that all of their online communications are insecure. Blayzer Commerce cannot take responsibility for the security of information transmitted over Blayzer Commerce ‘s facilities.

10.15 Copyright Infringement – Software Piracy Policy. The Blayzer Commerce service may only be used for lawful purposes. Transmission, distribution, or storage of any information, data or material in violation of United States or state regulation or law, or by the common law, is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, material protected by copyright, trademark, trade secret, or other intellectual property rights.
Making unauthorized copies of software is a violation of the law, no matter how many copies you are making. If you copy, distribute or install the software in ways that the license does not allow, you are violating federal copyright law. If caught with pirated software, you or your company may be liable under both civil and criminal law, and you may be liable for up to $150,000 per infringement.
In compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (the “DMCA”), please send DMCA notifications of claimed copyright infringements to: Legal Department, Blayzer Commerce, 1901 Locust Street Saint Louis Missouri 63103 Blayzer Commerce will cooperate fully with any civil and/or criminal litigation arising from the violation of this policy.

10.16 Network Responsibility. Customers have a responsibility to use the Blayzer Commerce service responsibly. This includes respecting the other Customers of Blayzer Commerce. Blayzer Commerce reserves the right to suspend and or cancel service with any Customer who uses the Blayzer Commerce service in such a way that adversely affects other Blayzer Commerce Customers. Blayzer Commerce will attempt to contact the Customer prior to suspension or termination of a server(s), but cannot guarantee prior notification. This includes but is not limited to:
Attacking or attempting to gain unauthorized access to servers and services that belong to Blayzer Commerce or its Customers (i.e. computer hacking), and/or
Participating in behavior, which result in reprisals that adversely effect the Blayzer Commerce service or other Customers’ access to the Blayzer Commerce service.

Blayzer Commerce will react strongly to any use or attempted use of an Internet account or computer without the owner’s authorization. Such attempts include, but are not limited to, “Internet Scanning” (tricking other people into releasing their passwords), password robbery, security hole scanning, port scanning, etc. Any unauthorized use of accounts or computers by a Blayzer Commerce Customer, whether or not the attacked account or computer belongs to Blayzer Commerce, will result in severe action taken against the attacker. Possible actions include warnings, account suspension or cancellation, and civil or criminal legal action, depending on the seriousness of the attack. Any attempt to undermine or cause harm to a server, or Customer, of Blayzer Commerce is strictly prohibited.

Violations of this policy may be reported directly to the FBI’s Infrastructure Protection & Computer Intrusion Squad at http://www.fbi.gov/hq.htm . Blayzer Commerce will cooperate fully with any civil and/or criminal litigation arising from the violation of this policy.
10.17 Lawful Purpose. All services may be used for lawful purposes only. Transmission, storage, or presentation of any information, data or material in violation of any applicable law, regulation, or the Blayzer Commerce Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to: copyrighted material or material protected by trade secret and other statute or dissemination of harmful or fraudulent content.

Using any Blayzer Commerce service or product for the purpose of participating in any activity dealing with subject matters that are prohibited under applicable law is prohibited.

Any conduct that constitutes harassment, fraud, stalking, abuse, or a violation of federal export restriction in connection with use of Blayzer Commerce services or products is prohibited. Using the Blayzer Commerce network to solicit the performance of any illegal activity is also prohibited, even if the activity itself is not performed. In addition, knowingly receiving or downloading a file that cannot be legally distributed, even without the act of distribution, is prohibited.

Servers hosted within Blayzer Commerce network are open to the public. You are solely responsible for your usage of the Blayzer Commerce network and servers and any statement you make on servers hosted within the Blayzer Commerce network may be deemed “publication” of the information entered. Acknowledging the foregoing, you specifically agree not to use our service in any manner that is illegal or libelous.

10.18 Child Pornography on the Internet. Blayzer Commerce will cooperate fully with any criminal investigation into a Customer’s violation of the Child Protection Act of 1984 concerning child pornography. Customers are ultimately responsible for the actions of their clients over the Blayzer Commerce network, and will be liable for illegal material posted by their clients.

According to the Child Protection Act, child pornography includes photographs, films, video or any other type of visual presentation that shows a person who is or is depicted as being under the age of eighteen years and is engaged in or is depicted as engaged in explicit sexual activity, or the dominant characteristic of which is the depiction, for a sexual purpose, of a sexual organ or the anal region of a person under the age of eighteen years or any written material or visual representation that advocates or counsels sexual activity with a person under the age of eighteen years.

Violations of the Child Protection Act may be reported to the U.S. Customs Agency at 1-800-BEALERT.

10.19 Unsolicited Commercial Email/Unsolicited Bulk Email (UCE/UBE). Unsolicited commercial email (“UCE”) is defined by Blayzer Commerce as any electronic communication (e-mail, ICQ, IRC, Instant Messenger, etc.) sent for purposes of distributing commercial information of any kind, soliciting the purchase or sale of products or services or soliciting any transfer of funds to a recipient who has not agreed to receive such communication. Unsolicited bulk e-mail (“UBE”) is defined by Blayzer Commerce as any electronic communication (e-mail, ICQ, IRC, Instant Messenger, etc.) to multiple recipients who have not agreed to receive such communication.

Use of the Blayzer Commerce network, servers or services to transmit any unsolicited commercial or unsolicited bulk-e-mail is expressly prohibited, as is hosting web sites or services on a server, which are advertised in any UCE/UBE. Blayzer Commerce also prohibits the sending of any fraudulent, malicious, harassing, false or misleading electronic communications, including, without limitation, chain letters, pyramid schemes, or e-mails with forged headers. Posting off-topic advertisements to Usenet discussion groups, ICQ, Instant Messenger, etc., is also expressly prohibited.

Additionally, Blayzer Commerce Customers are expressly prohibited from sending any UCE/UBE from our network or any email from another network that in any way references a document, image, or Web site that resides on the Blayzer Commerce network or in one of our data centers. Violations of this type may result in the termination of the offending Blayzer Commerce account. Our Customers are ultimately responsible for any violations of the AUP by their clients, and any violation of the AUP by a client of a Blayzer Commerce Customer shall be deemed a violation of the AUP by such Blayzer Commerce Customer.

Customers whose actions directly or indirectly result in Blayzer Commerce IP space being listed in any of the various abuse databases may be subject to having the offending domain(s), server(s), or user(s) immediately removed from our service. In addition, if Blayzer Commerce in its sole discretion determines that a Customer is in violation of our AUP, Blayzer Commerce may, at its sole discretion, restrict, suspend or terminate a Customer’s account. Blayzer Commerce will attempt to contact the Customer prior to suspension or termination of a server(s), but cannot guarantee prior notification.

Any server suspended or terminated for AUP violations will be reconnected only after the Customer agrees in writing to cease all activities that violate the Blayzer Commerce AUP and pays all applicable reconnect fees and related charges. Any server suspended a second time for AUP violations will be immediately and permanently removed from our network. Customers that Blayzer Commerce determines in its sole discretion to be in violation of the Blayzer Commerce AUP may be subject to additional fees or fines including, without limitation, any applicable reconnect fees. Violation of Blayzer Commerce ‘s UCE/UBE policy may be reported to [email protected]

10.20 Guidelines for Permission-Based Email. While Blayzer Commerce prohibits the use of its systems or network to send unsolicited email (UCE/UBE) as described above, Customers may send permission-based email marketing, subject to the guidelines provided herein. Permission-based marketing is defined as electronic marketing that an end user agrees to receive. This is often referred to as ‘opt-in’ electronic marketing. All recipient information for such marketing conducted by Blayzer Commerce Customers must be documented and cataloged by the Customer. This information is to include date, time, originating IP and the location from which the email address or other recipient information was obtained. Additionally, a Customer must at a minimum comply with the following guidelines, and any additional guidelines established by Blayzer Commerce from time to time in its sole discretion, to engage in permission-based email marketing without violating the AUP:
1. All commercial or bulk email originating from a Blayzer Commerce Customer on the Blayzer Commerce network must have a working unsubscribe link. The Customer must honor all requests to unsubscribe within 72 hours. Additionally, there must be text in the email stating that while all requests to unsubscribe are honored, it may take up to 72 hours to process.
2. All commercial or bulk email originating from a Blayzer Commerce Customer on the Blayzer Commerce network must clearly list the email address to which the email was originally sent (the intended recipient’s email address) in the body of the message OR in the ‘TO:’ line of the email.
3. All Blayzer Commerce Customers sending commercial or bulk email must have a working [email protected] address from EVERY domain associated with the email campaign. Additionally, the [email protected] address must be prominently posted on the front page of the associated web site. Customers must regularly answer any messages sent to the [email protected] address.
4. All Blayzer Commerce Customers sending commercial or bulk email must register the [email protected] address for every domain associated with commercial email they send at abuse.net.
5. All Blayzer Commerce Customers sending commercial or bulk email must have a Privacy Policy/AUP posted for each domain associated with the email campaign.
6. All commercial or bulk email sent must include information about where the email address was obtained in the body of the email. For example: “You opted-in to receive this email promotion from our web site or from one of our partner sites.”
7. All Blayzer Commerce Customers sending commercial or bulk email must answer all complainants’ requests for details regarding where the complainant “opted-in” to receive electronic marketing within 72 hours. This information must include the date, time, originating IP and the location from which the email address or other recipient information was obtained. Instructions on how to get this information must be stated clearly in the body of the email. For example, a statement similar to the following must be present in the body of the email: “If you would like to learn more about how we received your email address, please contact us at [email protected]” Requests for “opt-in” information must be responded to within 72 hours.
8. All Blayzer Commerce Customers sending commercial or bulk email must be able to track and identify anonymous complainants. There are several software packages (such as RoboMail) that can help accomplish this.
9. If a Blayzer Commerce Customer is using an affiliate program to send commercial or bulk email through the Blayzer Commerce network and the affiliate program becomes subject to repeated abuse by users, the Customer must discontinue use of the affiliate program or be subject to immediate suspension or cancellation.
10. All Customers of Blayzer Commerce are required to have up-to-date and valid contact information on file with their registrar for any domain hosted on the Blayzer Commerce network.
Disclaimer
Blayzer Commerce reserves the right to test portions of Customer’s email list in response to complaints and request opt-in information from a random sample of that list at any time.
Blayzer Commerce reserves the right to determine in its sole discretion the validity of Customer’s email list. Any list Blayzer Commerce determines in its sole discretion to be in violation of this AUP must be removed immediately or the Customer will be subject to immediate suspension or termination. Repeated violations will result in permanent suspension.
Blayzer Commerce reserves the right to test and otherwise monitor Customer’s compliance with the above guidelines and requirements at any time during the Customer’s term of service at Blayzer Commerce.
If Blayzer Commerce determines in its sole discretion that the Customer is not in strict compliance with the guidelines for permission-based e-mail marketing, then Blayzer Commerce may immediately suspend or terminate the Customer’s service.
Blayzer Commerce shall not be liable to Customer for any damages due to testing of the email list as outlined above.

10.21 IP Address Overlap. Blayzer Commerce administers the network on which Customer servers reside. The Customer cannot use IP addresses which were not assigned to them by Blayzer Commerce staff. Any server found using IPs which were not officially assigned will be suspended from network access until such time as the IP addresses overlap can be corrected.

10.22 Suspension. If Blayzer Commerce, in its sole discretion, determines that a Customer’s server has become the source or target of any violation concerning the AUP, Blayzer Commerce reserves the right to suspend network access to that server. While Blayzer Commerce will attempt to contact the Customer before suspending network access to the Customer’s server(s), however prior notification to the Customer is not assured. In certain cases, Blayzer Commerce will contact law enforcement and other agencies regarding these activities. Customer is responsible for all charges, as well as any fees relating to the investigation, suspension, administration and handling of their servers before, during and after the suspension period.

10.23 Headings. The headings used herein are for reference and convenience only and shall not enter into the interpretation hereof.

10.24 Entire Agreement. This Agreement, in conjunction with the Programming Proposal and Server Contract, both of which are attached hereto, contains the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement and supersedes all previous communications, representations, understandings and agreements, either oral or written, between the parties with respect to said subject matter.