Terms and Conditions

Basically (but not comprehensively)…

  • By using this website, you are bound by all the following terms and conditions.
  • Any suggestions or advice is for illustrative and informational purposes only.
  • Download any materials your own risk and discretion for your personal use only.
  • There’s no guarantees that the website will be error-free, secure, or free of viruses or other harmful elements.
  • We own all of the content on this website, including any that you submit.
  • Views expressed do not necessarily reflect views of all parties involved.
  • Once you enter a third-party website, we are no longer responsible for anything that happens.
  • You are liable too if you caused us to be liable.
  • Views expressed do not necessarily reflect views of all parties involved.

 

Full Terms and Conditions of Use

Please carefully read the following terms and conditions which regulate your use of the Waterloo Banking Project website.  Your use of this website is considered your acceptance of, and agreement to abide by, the following terms and conditions.  If you do not agree with or agree to abide by the entirety of these terms and conditions, you may not use this website.

Disclaimer

The views expressed in any content found on the Waterloo Banking Project website do not necessarily reflect the views of the entirety of the Waterloo Banking Project team, our partner financial institution, University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, or our sponsors and affiliates.

It is not guaranteed that this website will meet your requirements or expectations, or that the content is complete, accurate, or current.  Any suggestions or advice within the website are given for illustrative and informational purposes, and is not meant to replace qualified professionals for financial, personal, or any other types of decisions.

The website may be withdrawn, altered, or interrupted without any prior notice, and it is not certain to continue until any set point in time.  There is no guarantee that the service will be timely, error-free, secure, or free of viruses or other harmful elements.   Any material that is downloaded or otherwise obtained from the Waterloo Banking Project website is done at your own risk and discretion and Waterloo Banking Project is not held responsible for any damage to your computer system or loss of data.

Waterloo Banking Project is committed to protecting the privacy of people who choose to use the website’s resources, such as discussion forums.

We have the right to add or alter terms and conditions whenever deemed necessary and without prior notice or liability.  By using this website after the terms and conditions have been revised, you show that you accept and agree to be bound by the revised set of terms and conditions.  If you do not agree with the entirety of the revised terms and conditions, you may not use this website.

The Waterloo Banking Project reserves the copyright to all content on the website, and will give credit to all creators of the content.  Available information may be downloaded for the sole purpose of your own personal use.  Any other use of online materials may only be done with prior written permission of the owners of the material.   In using this website, you agree to respect these copyright requirements.

Any information accessed through a link on the Waterloo Banking Project website to a third party website remains the responsibility of said third party.  This includes any possible data losses, inconveniences or damages that arise from the use of the third party website; third party websites are accessed at your own risk and discretion.  The Waterloo Banking Project is not responsible for any aspect of the third party website including, but not limited to, content, contracts, services, offers, and products.

For any content that you submit to the Waterloo Banking Project website, you agree to its use without limitations by the Waterloo Banking Project and you assure that you have legal, moral, and all other rights to provide said content without limitations.  You acknowledge and agree that the Waterloo Banking Project reserves the right to remove any content received by you without notice, deny any person access to a portion of the website or its entirety without notice, to edit any content that is posted for clarity or length, and to refuse to publish or block access to any content you provide to the Waterloo Banking Project.

You agree not to use any part of the Waterloo Banking Project for illegal purposes or in any other way that is inconsistent with these terms and conditions, and you agree to use the website for the sole purpose of your own personal (non-commercial) use.  In using the website you also agree that you will:

  • not use this website for any unauthorized advertising or commerce purposes (may be spam, junk mail, or providing content in a commercial manner);
  • not collect information about other users;
  • not misrepresent either yourself or anything you are associated with;
  • not provide content, or in any other way influence this website in a way that can be construed as illegal, threatening, discriminatory, harmful, vulgar, or offensive, or that could cause the Waterloo Banking Project or any person or entity associated with it to be held civilly or criminally liable;
  • and you will not provide any content that is infected with a virus or other harmful, subversive, and destructive programming.

Indemnity:

You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold the Waterloo Banking Project harmless from any and all claims and expenses arising from, or related to, any breach by you of any terms of this Agreement.

 

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