Terms of Service


We offer the Website, including all information, tools, and services available from the Website to you, the user, conditioned upon your acceptance of all terms and conditions stated here. By accessing, using, subscribing, or placing an order over the Website, you and your business agree to the terms set forth herein. If you do not agree to these terms and conditions in their entirety, you are not authorized to use the Website in any manner or form whatsoever. THIS IS A BINDING AGREEMENT. THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE & SALE (“TERMS”) TOGETHER WITH OUR Privacy Policy FORM A LEGALLY BINDING AGREEMENT (“AGREEMENT”) BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR BUSINESS (“YOU”) AND MDF Marketing. THIS AGREEMENT GOVERNS YOUR ACCESS TO AND USE OF THE WEBSITE AND THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY MDF Marketing, ANY ORDER YOU PLACE THROUGH THE WEBSITE, BY TELEPHONE, OR OTHER ACCEPTED METHOD OF PURCHASE AND, AS APPLICABLE, YOUR USE OR ATTEMPTED USE OF THE PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OFFERED ON OR AVAILABLE THROUGH THE WEBSITE.


The Website is intended for businesses operated by adults. If you use the Website, you are affirming that you are at least 18 years old or the legal age of majority in your state or province of residence (whichever is greater), operate a business, have the legal capacity to enter into a binding contract with us, and have read this Agreement and understand and agree to its terms.


All aspects of our Website are protected by U.S. and international copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property laws, including all content, information, design elements, text material, logos, taglines, metatags, hashtags, photographic images, testimonials, personal stories, icons, video and audio clips, and downloads. No material on the Website may be copied, reproduced, distributed, republished, uploaded, displayed, posted, or transmitted in any way whatsoever. The MDF Marketing trademark and logo are proprietary marks of MDF Marketing, and the use of those marks is strictly prohibited. Nothing herein gives you the right to use, copy, register as a domain name, reproduce, or otherwise display any logo, tagline, trademark, trade name, copyrighted material, patent, trade dress, trade secret, or confidential information owned by MDF Marketing.

Subject to your continued strict compliance with all Terms, MDF Marketing provides to you a revocable, limited, non-exclusive, royalty-free, non-sublicenseable, non-transferrable license to use the Website. You acknowledge and agree that you do not acquire any ownership rights in any material protected by intellectual property laws.

If you purchase a subscription to MDF Marketing software over the Website, MDF Marketing provides to you a revocable, limited, non-exclusive, non-sublicenseable, non-transferrable license to use the software. You acknowledge and agree that: (1) the software is copyrighted material under United States and international copyright laws that is exclusively owned by MDF Marketing; (2) you do not acquire any ownership rights in the software; (3) you may not modify, publish, transmit, participate in the transfer or sale, or create derivative works from the content of the software; (4) except as otherwise expressly permitted under copyright law, you may not copy, redistribute, publish, display or commercially exploit any material from the software without the express written permission of MDF Marketing; and (5) in the event of any permitted copying (e.g., from the Website to your computer system), no changes in or deletion of author attribution, trademark, legend or copyright notice shall be made.

You agree not to use or attempt to use the Website or any software provided by MDF Marketing, whether alone, or in conjunction with other software or hardware, in any unlawful manner or a manner harmful to MDF Marketing. You further agree not to commit any harmful or unlawful act or attempt to commit any harmful or unlawful act on or through the Website or through use of any software or hardware including, but not limited to, refraining from:

1.  HARMFUL ACTS. Any dishonest or unethical business practice; any violation of the law; infliction of harm to MDF Marketing’ reputation; hacking and other digital or physical attacks on the Website; and the violation of the rights of MDF Marketing or any third party;
2. “SPAMMING” AND UNSOLICITED COMMUNICATIONS. We have zero tolerance for spam and unsolicited communications. Any communications sent or authorized by you reasonably deemed “spamming,” or any other unsolicited solicitations (including without limitation postings on social media or third-party blogs) will be deemed a material threat to MDF Marketing’ reputation and to the rights of third parties. It is your obligation, exclusively, to ensure that all business communications comply with state and local anti-spamming or analogous laws.
3. OFFENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS. Any communication sent, posted, or authorized by you, including without limitation postings on any website operated by you, or social media or blog, which are: sexually explicit, obscene, vulgar, or pornographic; offensive, profane, hateful, threatening, harmful, defamatory, libelous, harassing, or discriminatory; graphically violent; or solicitous of unlawful behavior.
SENSITIVE INFORMATION. You will not import, or incorporate into, any contact lists or other content you upload to any website, software, or other electronic service hosted, provided by or connected to MDF Marketing, any of the following information: social security numbers, national insurance numbers, credit card data, passwords, security credentials, bank account numbers, or sensitive personal, health or financial information of any kind.
4. ILLEGAL BUSINESS ACTIVITY. Any promotion of illegal business activity, promoting the sale or use of illegal drugs (including but not limited to Marijuana-derived CBD Oil); or infringing or promoting the infringement of the intellectual property rights of another.

In addition to the foregoing, MDF Marketing requires you to follow these best practices when sending electronic communications:

* Use only permission-based marketing electronic communications lists (i.e., lists in which each recipient affirmatively opted-in to receiving those electronic communications).

* Always include a working “unsubscribe” mechanism in each marketing electronic communication that allows the recipient to opt out from your mailing list (receipt/transactional messages that are exempt from “unsubscribe” requirements of applicable law are exempt from this requirement).

* Comply with all requests from recipients to be removed from your mailing list within the earlier of ten (10) days of receipt of the request, or the deadline under applicable law.

* Maintain, publish, and comply with a privacy policy that meets all applicable legal requirements, whether or not you control the sending of the electronic communications, and include a link to such privacy policy in your electronic communications.

* Include in each electronic communication a link to your then-current privacy policy applicable to that electronic communication.

* Include in each electronic communication your valid physical mailing address or a link to that information.

* Do not send electronic communications to addresses obtained from purchased or rented lists.

* Do not use third party electronic addresses, domain names, or mail servers without proper permission from the third party.

* Do not routinely send electronic communications to non-specific addresses (e.g., webmaster@domain.com or info@domain.com).

* Do not engage in spamming.

* Do not disguise the origin, or subject matter of, any electronic communications or falsify or manipulate the originating message address, subject line, header, or transmission path information for any electronic communication.

* Do not send offers to obtain or attempt to obtain personal information, or generate leads, for third parties.

* Do not send “chain letters,” “pyramid schemes,” or other types of electronic messages that encourage the recipient to forward the content to strangers.

* Do not send to lists of addresses that are programmatically generated or scraped from the Internet.

* Do not employ sending practices, or have overall message delivery rates, which may cause harm to our services or other users of our services.

* Do not send messages that may be considered junk mail. Some examples of these types of messages include, but are not limited to, messaging related to penny stocks, gambling, multi-level marketing (except in compliance with the FTC’s Business Guidance Concerning Multi-Level Marketing, see www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/business-guidance-concerning-multi-level-marketing), direct to consumer pharmaceutical sales, and payday loans.

You further agree to conduct yourself and all of your businesses in full compliance with all applicable laws, whether through the use of MDF Marketing or otherwise.