Registration Process

By registering for an account to use the Site or Site Services (an “Account”), by using the Site or Site Services following the Effective Date, and/or by clicking to accept the Terms of Service when prompted on the Site, you agree to abide by this Agreement and the other Terms of Service, as they may be amended from time to time.  You have the responsibility of keeping your password confidential. You will not share an account with anyone else and will follow our rules and the law. Each individual Member/User must maintain her/his/its own account in order for our Members to enjoy the transparency necessary to facilitate a productive professional environment.  Members are account holders. You agree to: (1) use a strong password and keep it confidential; (2) not transfer any part of your account without our prior written consent; and (3) follow the law, our Professional Standards, and your common sense. You are responsible for anything that happens through your account unless you report misuse immediately upon becoming aware of any unauthorized action(s), and/or any action of which you should reasonably be aware.  To access and use certain portions of the Site and the Site Services, you must register for an Account. Subject to the Site Terms of Use, certain portions of the Site are available to unregistered site visitors including those portions before your Account registration is accepted. SkillSetz reserves the right to decline a registration to join SkillSetz or to add an Account of any type (i.e., as a Service Buyer or Service Provider), for any lawful reason, including supply and demand, cost to maintain data, or other business considerations.  If you create an Account as an employee or agent on behalf of a company, you represent and warrant that you are authorized to enter into binding contracts, including the Terms of Service, on behalf of yourself and the company. Your privacy is important to SkillSetz and your information will be handled in accordance with our Privacy Policy, which is part of the Terms of Service, and applicable law.

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