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Disclaimer:

Although NoCureNoPay strives for the highest quality in the services offered here, unless otherwise noted, NCNP is not responsible for the validity or accuracy of the material presented or services provided.

Services by NCNP are thought to be valid and accurate, but no warranties, express or implied, are made. NCNP specifically disclaim (without limitation) any warranty of merchantability or warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.

In no event will NCNP be liable to you or to any third party for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages or lost profit resulting from any use or misuse of NCNP's services or the negligence of NCNP or its agents.

Use of services offered by NCNP constitutes understanding and acceptance of these provisions.


Privacy policy:
In recognizing the importance of your individual rights to privacy and anonymity online, NoCureNoPay has formulated a policy you should read to ensure you understand your rights.

There is a lot of hype and misinformation surrounding online privacy issues. We'd like to clarify some general points first, and then discuss NCNP's policies regarding privacy and anonymity on our Web site.

In general, it is very difficult for someone to discover who you are exactly while surfing the Web. While certainly software and technologies exist to trace everything sent to and from your computer (called "packet sniffers"), few people use these to any great extent because of the sheer size of Internet traffic.

Most Web sites you visit know you only by your Internet service provider's domain name or Internet protocol (IP) address. This means that if you are a subscriber to America OnLine, you are known only as one of 11 million possible users. If you subscribe to a smaller Internet service provider, you may be known as only one of a few hundred users. Nonetheless, no specific identifying information is known about you (e.g., your e-mail address or name) without you entering it in on a Web site you visit. We have no way of knowing who specifically is on our Web site at any given moment in time. All we can tell is that 4 users from AOL are on, 2 users from CompuServe are on, and a dozen users from various smaller ISPs from around the world are on. We have no access to any of these service's membership listings to cross-reference.

Still feel paranoid about surfing the Web? Try The Anonymizer. This service allows you to browse the Internet with no way of being detected. Combined with Web-based e-mail (such as Hotmail or Rocketmail), this can ensure virtually 100% anonymous communications for 99% of the population who uses it for normal, everyday communications.

Cookies are another big misunderstood Web phenomenon. Cookies are simply a way of a Web site remembering who you are to be able to offer you custom configurations to that Web site. Their use is very similar to configuration files used transparently by most of the software on your computer in Windows. Much like you appreciate that your word processing software remembers where you like your toolbar, window placement, and look of new word processing documents, cookies allow a Web site to "remember" you and what your preferences when viewing that Web site are. Cookies cannot get any additional information from your computer or take over control of your computer (two popular misconceptions of their use).

NCNP respects the rights of users to their online privacy. All information you give NCNP is kept strictly confidential. Specifically, we will not sell or make otherwise available any information you provide to us for use by any third party for any reason whatsoever.

Because we hold your privacy in the highest regard here at NCNP, we regularly purge our customer database of inactive accounts. We also limit our backups of this information and all user contacts through our Web site, keeping only what we need for statistical reporting.

We respect the rights of anonymity online and will make no effort to verify anybody's real life identity, ever. While we ask for real life information (e.g., your name and e-mail address) so that we can reply to you in answerering your questions, we will act very conservatively in initiating any contact with you whatsoever. Instead, we will rely on you to contact us in case you need any of our services.

We believe every individual who goes online has the right to remain anonymous if he or she chooses. We will uphold that individual's right while visiting our Web site to the greatest extent technically and morally possible.


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