Standard Terms and Conditions
These Standard Terms and Conditions (“Standard Terms” or “Agreement”) is a legal, binding agreement between Invictus Ventures, Inc d/b/a snagalot.com (“Snagalot”) and you, the purchaser or recipient of leads or services (“Seller” or “You” or “Your”). Acceptance of these Standard Terms is a condition to Your use of any Leads or Services (as such terms are defined below) provided by Snagalot to You, and You covenant, represent, and warrant that You have the right and authority to enter into this Agreement on behalf of Seller, if applicable. BY REGISTERING FOR MEMBERSHIP ON THIS OR ONE OF OUR PARTNER WEBSITES, WHICH WILL CONSTITUTE YOUR ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE, YOU ARE AGREEING TO BE LEGALLY BOUND BY ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT AS MAY BE MODIFIED FROM TIME TO TIME, AS PROVIDED BELOW.
1. Lead Generation and Delivery. Snagalot shall collect information regarding consumers that may be interested in being matched with Seller for the purposes of buying land or purchasing other services (each, a “Lead”) and may deliver Leads to Seller (the “Services”). Such information shall include, but may not be limited to, the following with respect to each Lead: email address, phone number, name, and desired land characteristics. Seller shall receive a username and password to a SNAGALOT customer self-service interface (“Portal”), allowing 24 hour access to all Leads. The Portal is a webpage or cellphone app based interface available to Seller through which (i) updates to these Standard Terms may be provided; (ii) Seller may manage campaigns; (iii) Seller may update, adjust and maintain “Seller Information”, and (iv) Seller may view information about Leads received by Seller. SNAGALOT will deliver Leads as requested by Seller in the Portal. Please note that SNAGALOT does not guarantee continual delivery by Seller’s preferred methods.
2. Use of Leads. Leads and the related Services are provided by SNAGALOT on a non-exclusive basis (the “Vertical”). Seller shall use the information contained in Leads solely to contact the applicable consumer regarding such consumer’s interest in selling their property to the Seller or in purchasing other services as agreed upon in writing with SNAGALOT from the Seller. Seller may not use the Leads or Services for purposes of marketing or offering products and services other than those in the Vertical for which the consumer has specifically inquired about without the written consent of SNAGALOT. Seller (i) shall not sell, transfer or otherwise disclose information contained in Leads to any affiliated or unaffiliated third party unless and until Seller obtains the consumer’s authorization to do so in accordance with applicable law; (ii) agrees to use and disclose Lead information only in accordance with applicable law; (iii) will not suggest or encourage consumers to contact SNAGALOT for the purpose of having the consumer “cancel” their Lead and (iv) will not reveal any of SNAGALOT’S pricing information to any third party without SNAGALOT’S prior written consent. For purposes of clarity, all SNAGALOT pricing information is SNAGALOT’S Confidential Information.
3. Distribution of Leads. SNAGALOT will compare consumer’s information provided by the consumer to Seller’s Evaluation Criteria (as defined below) through the use of SNAGALOT’S proprietary computerized filter systems. “Evaluation Criteria” means criteria supplied by Seller through the Portal and used by SNAGALOT to evaluate Lead information submitted by consumers. SNAGALOT may transmit Leads to Seller if such Leads match Seller’s Evaluation Criteria. The parties acknowledge and agree that: (i) SNAGALOT is under no obligation to transmit any particular Lead to Seller, even if such Lead matches Seller’s Evaluation Criteria; and (ii) SNAGALOT may transmit Leads to other participating Sellers at any time.
4. Advertising Content. Seller shall provide to SNAGALOT all links, images, graphics, text and URL’s (collectively the “Content”) necessary for SNAGALOT to provide the Services. Seller grants SNAGALOT the right to use, reproduce, publicly display, and distribute the Content for the purpose of providing the Services.
5. Term of Agreement. The term of this Agreement shall continue until either party terminates the Agreement pursuant to Section 7.
6. Termination of Agreement. Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time for any reason upon twenty-four (24) hours’ notice to the other party via the Portal or via email to or from an authorized SNAGALOT representative. Promptly upon termination, SNAGALOT shall cease providing the Services and Seller’s account with SNAGALOT shall be terminated. Upon termination of this Agreement, Seller shall pay to SNAGALOT any amounts due and payable for Services provided prior to the date of termination. All subscriptions prepaid to SNAGALOT will not be refunded.
7. Seller Representations and Warranties. Seller hereby represents and warrants to SNAGALOT that: (a) it shall have in effect all licenses and authorizations required by all applicable authorities allowing it to give purchase offers on homes or to offer any other services in the states in which it is doing business that are the subject of the Lead; (b) it shall comply with all local, state, and federal laws, ordinances, regulations, and orders applicable to its use of the Leads and any calls or other interactions with consumers resulting from the Leads, including without limitation the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and related regulations and authority (the “TCPA”), the CAN-SPAM Act, and/or any other federal and state laws and regulations governing the marketing, promotion, and/or sales of good or services, including without limitation general consumer protection laws and regulations; (c) the Content, trademarks, logos, testimonials and other materials submitted to SNAGALOT by Seller do not and shall not contain any content, materials or advertising that is inaccurate or that infringes on or violates any intellectual property rights of any third party; (d) the Content and other materials submitted to SNAGALOT by Seller shall comply with all applicable local, state and federal laws, ordinances, regulations and orders; and (e) it will ensure that its employees, contractors, and agents comply with the foregoing and all terms set forth within this Agreement.
- SNAGALOT is not a Seller and is not engaged in purchasing properties.
- SNAGALOT does not attempt to fulfill any regulatory obligations, including notices or disclosures, which may be triggered by Seller’s receipt of or response to consumers loan requests or Lead information and SNAGALOT’s obligations hereunder are limited to providing the SNAGALOT Services.
- SNAGALOT does not make any representations or warranties regarding the number or quantity of Leads that will be transmitted to Seller, the identity of consumers whose data are transmitted to Seller, the validity or accuracy of any Lead information or the state of the seller’s property.
- Leads do not constitute a purchase agreement.
- General. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THIS AGREEMENT, THE SNAGALOT SITE AND PORTAL IS PROVIDED FOR USE “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT NOT PROHIBITED BY LAW, SNAGALOT DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
9. Indemnification. Seller shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless SNAGALOT and its subsidiaries, affiliates directors, officers, employees, agents or assigns from and against all, actions, claims, costs, liabilities, judgments, expenses, and damages (including amounts paid in settlement, accounting fees, expert costs and fees and reasonable attorneys’ fees) (collectively, “Losses”) resulting from a third-party claim, suit or investigation to the extent such Losses arise out of or are in connection with: (i) Seller’s breach of this Agreement, including without limitation any terms, covenants, warranties, or representations made within this Agreement; (ii) Seller’s violation of applicable law; (iii) infringement of intellectual property rights, contract rights or tort rights (including the right of publicity or right of privacy) of any third party; (iv) any act or omission of Seller including, without limitation, any acts or omissions relating to consumer privacy, applicable law, appropriate approvals and licenses; or (v) any negligent act or willful misconduct by Seller or Seller’s directors, officers, employees, agents or assigns; and Seller agrees to promptly pay and fully satisfy any and all Losses, incurred or sustained or reasonably likely to be incurred or sustained, by SNAGALOT as a result of any claims of the types described in this Section 10.
10. Liability Limitations. EXCEPT IN THE EVENT OF A BREACH OF SECTION 14 OF THIS AGREEMENT, SELLER’S OBLIGATIONS WITH RESPECT TO CONSUMER INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SECURITY, OR A PARTY’S INDEMNIFICATION OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER, IN NO EVENT SHALL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE TO THE OTHER, IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE, FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS RESULTING FROM PERFORMANCE OR NONPERFORMANCE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THIS AGREEMENT, IN NO EVENT SHALL SNAGALOT’S LIABILITY TO SELLER EXCEED $100. THE FOREGOING LIMITATIONS SHALL APPLY NOTWITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY REMEDY AND WHETHER THE PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. THE PARTIES AGREE THAT THIS SECTION 11 REPRESENTS A REASONABLE ALLOCATION OF RISK.
11. Pricing / Terms of Payment / Disconnect Provision.
- Seller agrees to purchase Leads placed in Seller’s Account at the prices set for monthly subscriptions and custom exports. Notwithstanding the foregoing, prices are subject to change at any time at SNAGALOT’S sole discretion. SNAGALOT will notify Seller by e-mail of any pricing changes prior to the change. Upon such notification, Seller will be bound by any such pricing changes, regardless of Seller’s failure to review the then-current price list or to read or receive any such e-mail for any reason, subject to Seller’s right to terminate this Agreement in accordance with Paragraph 7 above.
- Seller agrees to provide SNAGALOT with current and valid credit card information (type, name, number, expiration date, etc.) and hereby authorizes SNAGALOT to charge the credit card provided by Seller in the amounts owed or otherwise agreed upon, plus any applicable taxes.
- In the event of a declined charge, SNAGALOT reserves the right to suspend Lead delivery and notify Seller of declined card. Seller has (3) business days after notification to provide SNAGALOT with payment sufficient to maintain the Minimum Balance. Failure to return Seller’s account to the Minimum Balance may result in termination of Seller’s account in the Portal.
- All amounts due hereunder shall be paid in U.S. dollars. All amounts invoiced shall be exclusive of taxes, and Seller shall be responsible for all applicable taxes, customs, duties, fees and levies of any nature whatsoever. SNAGALOT reserves the right to terminate Seller’s Portal access if payments due to SNAGALOT are not received in accordance with this Agreement.
12. Production Credits and Advertising. Seller hereby grants to SNAGALOT the right and license to use Seller’s corporate logo, and any testimonials in any advertising or public relations campaigns related to promotion of the Services. Additionally, it is understood that SNAGALOT shall have full authority and permission to receive site and screen credits acknowledging its role as the developer of the Internet presence and producer of any associated multimedia.
- Nondisclosure and Non-use. The parties acknowledge that each party (the “Recipient”) will receive in connection with this Agreement confidential information relating to the other party’s (the “Disclosing Party”) business, including but not limited to, information regarding the Disclosing Party’s products, services or offerings; planned marketing or promotion of the Disclosing Party’s products, services or offerings; the Disclosing Party’s business strategies, policies or practices; the Disclosing Party’s inventions, patents and patent applications, discoveries, ideas, concepts, software in various stages of development, designs, drawings, specifications, techniques, models, data, source code, object code, documentation, diagrams, flow charts, research, development, processes, procedures, “know-how,” trade secrets, any and all customer information, including without limitation, customer lists, customer names, addresses, property descriptions, credit information, and loan offer and approval information, and all other information related to customers, price lists and pricing policies; financial information, including budgets, forecasts, projections, operating results and financial statements; and information received from others that Disclosing Party is obligated to treat as confidential (collectively, “Confidential Information”). All pricing information, including, without limitation, the specific prices Seller pays, is Snagalot Confidential Information. Except as otherwise set forth herein, each party agrees to protect and maintain the secrecy of the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information by, among other things: (i) treating such information with at least the same standard of care and protection which such party accords its own confidential and proprietary information but in any event with no less than a reasonable degree of care; (ii) using care in the assignment of personnel who receive or have access to such information, and instructing and obtaining the prior written agreement of such personnel to take all reasonable precautions to prevent unauthorized use or disclosure thereof; and (iii) not using, disclosing or exploiting such information except as necessary to perform any services or obligations hereunder or as otherwise pre-authorized by the Disclosing Party in writing.
- Exceptions. Confidential Information does not include any information that the Recipient can demonstrate: (i) was in the public domain at the time it was received; (ii) enters the public domain through no fault of the Recipient; (iii) is independently developed by Recipient without use of or reference to the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information; or (iv) is disclosed as required by law (including disclosures necessary or appropriate in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission or other governmental body). In addition, Recipient may disclose the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information to a legal, judicial or governmental entity, or as required by the rules or orders of a court or governmental entity, provided that, before such disclosure, Recipient, if legally permissible, shall give reasonable advance written notice of such so that the Disclosing Party can seek a protective order or the appropriate protection for the Confidential Information and the Recipient uses reasonable efforts to have such information treated as confidential and under seal.
- Destruction of Confidential Information. Upon termination of this Agreement, and on written request of the Disclosing Party, the Recipient will promptly destroy, and provide satisfactory certification of such destruction, all tangible items containing the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information; provided, however, that the Recipient shall be permitted to maintain a copy as required by Applicable Law, the record keeping requirements of any applicable authority and/or any internal compliance policies. Any Confidential Information retained pursuant to this Section shall remain subject to the confidentiality provisions contained in this Agreement for so long as it is retained by the Recipient.
- Injunctive Relief. Each party acknowledges that all of the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information is owned solely by the Disclosing Party (or its licensors) and that the unauthorized disclosure or use of such Confidential Information would cause irreparable harm and significant injury to the Disclosing Party, the degree of which would be difficult to ascertain. Accordingly, notwithstanding Section 14, each party agrees that the Disclosing Party will have the right to seek an immediate injunction enjoining any breach or alleged breach of this Section, wherever it deems appropriate, as well as the right to pursue any and all other rights and remedies available at law or in equity in the event of such a breach or alleged breach.
14. Governing Law / Venue. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Virginia without regard to principles of conflict of laws. The parties agree that any action, suit, claim or proceeding arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the transactions contemplated hereby shall be brought by the parties in a Virginia state court, which shall be the exclusive venue of any such action, suit, claim or proceeding. Each party waives any objection which such party may now or hereafter have to the laying of venue of any such action, suit, claim or proceeding, and irrevocably consents and submits to the jurisdiction of any such court in the State of Virginia (and the appropriate appellate courts) in any such action, suit, claim or proceeding. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to affect the right of any party to serve process in any manner permitted by law.
16. Consumer Information and Information Security.
- Consumer Information. Seller understands that it may receive “Consumer Information” which may include, but is not limited to: a person’s name, e-mail address, telephone number and desired land criteria. Seller will maintain such Consumer Information in accordance with this Section 12 and in accordance with all applicable privacy laws, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 and implementing regulations. Seller will use industry standard best practices to protect the Consumer Information.
- Information Security Standards and Reviews. Each party shall, with respect to all systems, applications, networks or sites used by such party in accessing, processing, or storing Consumer Information, comply with commercially reasonable industry information security standards in compliance with Applicable Law. Either party (the “Reviewing Party”) may perform reasonable information security reviews (“Reviews”) on any system, application, network or site used by the other party (the “Reviewed Party”) in accessing, processing, or storing Consumer Information. In addition, as part of such Review, the Reviewing Party may reasonably request, and the Reviewed Party shall make available, summaries of its relevant policies and procedures, such as penetration testing results or SSAE 16/SOC I and II reports, complaint resolution policies, telemarketing compliance policies, disaster recovery plans, business continuity plans, insurance certificates and incident response plans. The Reviewing Party shall give the Reviewed Party at least thirty (30) days prior written notice of its intent to conduct a Review. Reviews shall be reasonable in scope, performed during the Reviewed Party’s normal business hours, and shall occur no more than one time during any twelve (12) month period during the Term, The Reviews shall be conducted by the Reviewing Party or its designee (provided that such designee is reasonably acceptable to the Reviewed Party and executes a non-disclosure agreement in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Reviewed Party). Reviews shall be performed at the Reviewing Party’s sole expense. Should any Review result in the discovery of material security risks to the systems, applications, networks or sites used by the Reviewed Party in accessing, processing or storing Consumer Information, the Reviewing Party shall immediately notify the Reviewed Party of such risks, and the Reviewed Party shall respond to the Reviewing Party in writing within ten (10) business days with the Reviewed Party’s plan to take reasonable measures to promptly correct, repair or modify the applicable system, application, network or site to effectively eliminate the risk. In the event that the Reviewed Party is unable or unwilling to correct, repair or modify the applicable system, application, network or site to effectively eliminate the risk, the Reviewing Party may immediately terminate this Agreement on written notice to the Reviewed Party.
- Electronic Incident Reporting. “Electronic Incident” shall mean any unauthorized action by a known or unknown person which, if successfully completed, would reasonably be considered one of the following: an attack, penetration, denial of service, disclosure of Confidential Information or Consumer Information, misuse of system access, unauthorized access or intrusion (hacking), virus intrusion, scan of Seller’s (or any third party vendor used by Seller) or SNAGALOT’s systems or networks, or any other activity that could adversely affect Confidential Information or Consumer Information. Seller shall report to SNAGALOT all known or suspected Electronic Incidents and shall provide the following information: (i) nature and impact of the Electronic Incident; (ii) actions already taken by Seller; (iii) Seller’s assessment of immediate risk; and (iv) corrective measures to be taken, an evaluation of alternatives and next steps. Seller shall continue providing appropriate status reports to SNAGALOT regarding the resolution of the Electronic Incident and prevention of future such Electronic Incidents. SNAGALOT may require that a company’s accessing, processing or storing of Confidential Information or Consumer Information be suspended, connectivity with Seller be terminated, or other appropriate action be taken pending such resolution.
- Force Majeure. SNAGALOT shall not be liable for any nonperformance, delay, error, data loss or other loss caused by an event or conditions that are beyond the reasonable control of SNAGALOT.
- Nonwaiver. Any failure by SNAGALOT to insist upon or enforce strict performance by Seller of any of the provisions of this Agreement, or to exercise any right or remedy under this Agreement, shall not be construed as a waiver or relinquishment of SNAGALOT’S right to assert or rely upon any such provision, right or remedy in that or any other instance; rather, the same shall be and remain in full force and effect.
- Independent Contractor. SNAGALOT shall be and act as an independent contractor (and not as the agent or representative of Seller) in the performance of this Agreement. This Agreement shall not be interpreted or construed as (a) creating or evidencing any association, joint venture, partnership or franchise between the parties, (b) imposing any partnership or franchisor obligation or liability on either party, or (c) prohibiting or restricting SNAGALOT’s performance of any services for any third party.
- Entire Agreement; Conflict. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement and supersedes any and all prior agreements between SNAGALOT and Seller with respect to the Services.
- Amendment; Assignment. SNAGALOT reserves the right, at any time and from time-to-time, to update, amend, revise, supplement and otherwise modify these Standard Terms and to impose new or additional rules, policies, terms or conditions on Seller’s participation in Services at any time without liability. Seller’s continued use of the Services after notice that the Standard Terms have changed shall constitute Seller’s acceptance of such modification or amendment. Notice of any changes to the Standard Terms will be made by posting updated Standard Terms in the Portal, and Seller shall regularly check the Portal for updates to these Standard Terms. Seller shall not assign or transfer any of its rights, obligations or interest in this Agreement without SNAGALOT’s prior written consent.
- Seller Database Access. The subscription to the database and any other consumer information gathered by SNAGALOT is solely for the use of and communication to the designated Seller who has purchased. The Seller may not share login information, lead details, lead information etc with any third parties including but not limited to other Sellers, lead aggregator companies, wholesailers, and other businesses.