Terms and Conditions

Some Ground Rules

Our website is here for you to use, but there are some rules. By using our site, you're agreeing to these terms, so please read them carefully.

Who Can Use JS Chimp:

You've got to be at least 18. If you're signing up for a business, you need the power to agree to these terms on its behalf.

Your Account:

Keep your account details safe because you're responsible for what happens with your account. If you spot any suspicious activity, let us know right away.

What You Share With Us:

The stuff you upload remains yours, but make sure you have the right to use it. We can use what you post to make our services better for you and others.

Paying for Services:

If our services cost anything, we'll let you know how much. We can change prices or cancel services as needed, but we'll always aim to be fair about it.

Keeping Things Accurate:

We do our best to keep information on JS Chimp right, but sometimes we might miss something. If we find a mistake, we'll try to fix it.

Backing Up Your Stuff:

We back up our site, but it's a good idea for you to keep copies of your important information, just in case.

Exploring Other Sites:

If we link to another site, it doesn't mean we've given it our seal of approval. Be careful and check out their rules and privacy policies.

Here's What's Not Allowed:

We've got a list of no-nos, like breaking laws, being unkind, spreading viruses, and a few more. If you ignore these rules, we might have to say goodbye.

The Fine Print:

Limitation of Liability:

Just a heads-up, we're not responsible for all the risks related to using our site. We'll do our best, but sometimes things can go wrong, and we can't take the fall for everything.

No Warranties:

We give you access to JS Chimp as it is, without promising it'll meet all your expectations or that everything will always run smoothly.

Help Us Cover Our Backs:

If something you do on JS Chimp gets us into legal trouble, you'll need to help cover our expenses and any damages.

We Can Change Things Up:

Sometimes we need to adjust or stop our services, but we'll always think about how it affects you.

Where Legal Stuff Gets Sorted:

If any disputes come up, they'll be handled by the laws and courts of Texas. We're all agreeing to this upfront.

Talking Things Out First (Arbitration):

If there's a disagreement, we agree to try and resolve it through arbitration before heading to court, which is quicker and less formal.


We also agree not to join any class action lawsuits against each other. It's all about solving issues directly.

Respecting Copyright:

If you think someone's using your copyright stuff on our site, let us know, and we'll follow the steps outlined in our DMCA policy.

Privacy Matters:

Your privacy is important. Our privacy policy explains how we handle your personal info and protect your privacy when you use JS Chimp.

When We Might Need to Say Goodbye:

We don't want to, but if you break the rules, we might have to suspend or close your account.

Changes to These Terms:

We might update these terms now and then. We'll post the new version on our site. By continuing to use JS Chimp after we post changes, you're saying you're okay with the new terms.

Ensuring a Welcoming Community:

At JS Chimp, we're committed to creating an environment where everyone feels welcome. We do not tolerate discrimination on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, race, age, national origin, or disability. Everyone deserves respect, and we expect all members of our community to treat each other with kindness and understanding.

Our Community Guidelines:

Your participation in the JS Chimp community means you agree to follow our internal community guidelines. We reserve the right to cancel accounts that don't uphold these standards. This is to ensure our community remains a safe and supportive space for everyone.

Keeping It Legal and Safe:

JS Chimp is not a place for illicit activities. This means no pornography, harassment, trafficking, drugs, or any other illegal activities. If we find or suspect such activities, we'll take immediate action, which may include reporting to law enforcement and terminating accounts involved in such practices.

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Last Updated: These terms were last updated on March 5th, 2024.