Disclaimer, Terms of Service, and Privacy Statement
Thank you for choosing Harp + Hud Co LLC for your custom apparel, merchandise, graphic design, and/or web design needs. Please read the following Disclaimer, Terms of Service and Privacy Statement (“Terms”) in detail as it applies to all of Harp + Hud Co’s clients (“Clients”) and Harp + Hud Co transactions with its Clients. The Terms may change at any time and without prior notice, so please check the Terms frequently. If you have any questions, please contact Harp + Hud Co at the contact information found herein.
By accessing Harp + Hud Co website (the “Site”) or by processing a payment, or by signing Your Invoice, You, the Client, agree to all of the terms and conditions found in the Terms.
Screen Printing & Embroidery
The turn around time on your order with Harp + Hud Co starts when you have paid in full, we have all information required to complete your order (all artwork, working/correct tags, all fonts required for editable tags, all shipping info, etc.) & your Mocks have been approved. Delay in receipt of *any* of this info could result in production delays. Most Mocks are sent within 24 hours, after receiving payment and all necessary information. Our current turnaround time is 5-7 Business Days Average + Shipping. Complex orders/add-ons may increase turnaround. Delay in approval of mock ups could also result in production delays. Each finishing service will add extra time to the turn around on orders, adding roughly 2 days per finishing to the turn around time; especially for custom printed hang tags and other custom finishing’s including those not in stock. The most up-to-date turnaround time will be listed on your quote and invoice.
If you have a deadline for your order, it is very important that you let us know when placing your order; rush fee may apply if there is not enough time to complete your order under normal circumstances. If you do not advise us about a due date until after your order has been paid for and processed in our system, we may not be able to accommodate your request. Any circumstances out of Harp + Hud Co control (ie: weather delays, shipping errors by the supplier, etc.) may also require more time and are not factored into the initial turn around time estimate.
All minimums for Harp + Hud Co are listed independently through our website, but an approximate condensed version is:
- Direct to Garment Printed: 1 Piece Minimum
- Screen Printed Items: 24 Piece Minimum
- Any Order With Finishing’s: 50 Pieces Minimum
- Process Printing: Depending on Complexity, either 24 or 100 Pieces Minimum
If you have any questions about our minimums that cannot be answered in the information above or on our website, please contact us.
Orders must be paid in full before the order begins unless otherwise approved by Harp + Hud Co staff. If you pay via check, the turn around time schedule on your order will not begin until your check clears.
Example: Steve emails Harp + Hud Co about placing a T-Shirt order. Harp + Hud Co sends Steve a Quote. Frank approves the quote and Harp + Hud Co sends an Invoice. Steve waits 3 weeks, then pays for the order. Once payment is received, Harp + Hud Co places the order on the schedule.
All files must be 300 DPI or vector format. The design should be sized to the size you would like it to print. Text must be converted to outlines. Printing can only be as good as the artwork. Harp + Hud Co will not be responsible for poor quality printing due to poor artwork. Please see our file prep page for more details. Harp + Hud Co is not responsible for any misspellings, errors, or issues in your art file. We do our best to catch these errors and point them out to you, but we may not catch them all. If it is in your art file and on your approval, that is how we will print it.
If your company or organization requires Harp + Hud Co to be licensed to produce your custom apparel, you must disclose this information upon submission of your artwork and quote request. If your company or organization will require Harp + Hud Co to be a licensed vendor, we may not release your order until we are approved as a licensed vendor and have received approval of your intended artwork from the licensing representative. There will be an additional lead time in printing your order of up to 48 hours for artwork approval by the licensing representative. Furthermore, licensing royalties will be added to the total cost of your order as Harp + Hud Co will be required to pay these fees. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us for more information.
Art Approval | Order Proofing
All artwork is to be approved via a digital mock-up through email. Artwork must be checked for spelling, color, sizes ordered, placement of the art and accuracy of artwork by the customer. It is very important to look over every detail of the mockup, as this is how your garments will print. Harp + Hud Co will not accept responsibility for corrections not implemented and/or requested after artwork approval. Any modifications requested after customer approval will result in production delays and could require additional expenses. Any delays in the approval process longer than 24 hours after receipt of the mockup could result in production delays. Please note that rush orders of less than 50 garments may not receive proofs if you ask us to move forward as soon as possible while referencing your own submitted mock-up or print file/s. If this applies and you only submitted a mock-up, we will do our very best to recreate your design as closely as possible, however, please keep in mind that recreating artwork identical to a low resolution mock-up or print file (anything under 300 DPI) is almost impossible especially under a rushed lead time. If you submitted print files and mock-ups for your rush order, we will use your exact print files (sizing, colors, & quality) to produce your prints and will use your mock-ups as placement guides. If you require a mock-up prior to production on rush orders (of under 50 garments), you must let us know as soon as you place your order or it will be difficult to meet your deadline.
Max Imprint Sizes
Please note that not all shirts are sewn exactly the same. The following dimensions are to be used for reference as a “safe” zone to avoid printing on any seams or edges. Please check the individual product page for exact measurements for the product you are looking for.
- Girls Small – 11” W x 18” H
- Girls Medium – 12” W x 19” H
- Girls Large – 12” W x 20” H
- Girls Extra Large – 12” W x 21” H
- Unisex Extra Small – 12” W x 20” H
- Unisex Small – 13” W x 22” H
- Unisex Medium – 15” W x 23” H
- Unisex Large – 17” W x 24” H
- Youth Small – 13” W x 13” H
- Youth Medium – 13” W x 16” H
- Youth Large – 14” W x 19” H
NOTE: Any print that goes over a seam can result in imperfections in the print. (Which can be very cool-looking, if you’re into that.)
Please note that by default we, like the rest of the industry, will use the same set of screens per design ordered; that is, the graphic will print the exact same size, no matter the size of the item we are printing on. If you would like to have different screen sizes made for different item sizes, please let us know ahead of time. Each set of screens will be considered a different order, with pricing and minimums charged accordingly. Please keep the max imprint sizes in mind when printing girl and youth sized shirts.
Example: Frank orders 40 Girls shirts and 60 Unisex shirts with the same design, but sizes the design differently for the two sets of shirts. Harp + Hud Co will have to make two sets of screens. Frank will be charged the 36-49 Quantity pricing for the Girls shirts and 50-99 Quantity pricing for the Unisex shirts, NOT the 100 Quantity pricing.
Out of Stock Items
Harp + Hud Co is not responsible for items that are out of stock. While we check items we know to have potential stock issues, all garments are ordered after your order is placed, and we cannot guarantee their availability. If items are out of stock, we will provide you with a list of possible replacements and get it approved by you before using your chosen item.
Collar & Seam Printing
Although Harp + Hud Co has the latest equipment available, inconsistencies may occur in registration and ink coverage when printing near or over the collar, seams, or any other edges. Any large prints may run the risk of going over the sleeve seam. These are all considered acceptable goods and will not be considered for reprints.
Although Harp + Hud Co has the latest equipment available, inconsistencies may occur in registration and ink coverage when printing over the zipper, pockets or any other uneven surfaces. Harp + Hud Co will not be responsible for these inconsistencies.
Specific Measurements When Printing
Even though Harp + Hud Co printers have over 10 years of experience, there is no way to effectively and efficiently measure a distance from the collar on each shirt as each garment is loaded onto the press by hand. If you request a print that is 2” down from the collar, we will use that as a guide and do our best to make sure that all shirts hit that target, but not all shirts will hit exactly at 2”, they may be off by as much as an inch in either direction. This will not be considered a misprint and Harp + Hud Co will not reprint or refund these shirts.
Changes to Your Order After Payment
Any change made to your order that is not due to a stock issue on behalf of the stock suppliers will be subject to a change fee of $50.00 in addition to the additional costs to make the changes. Any changes to your order after it has been placed will delay your order, even if you have paid a rush fee and/or have given us a required date. It is very important that you do not place your order until you are certain that’s what you want. Once the process begins, everyone in our shop starts to work on different aspects of the job, changes become costly and time consuming.
Example: Staci places an order for 100 Anvil 980 shirts in Black. Harp + Hud Co then orders the shirts to prepare for printing. Two days later, Staci wants to change the order to now print on 100 Anvil 980 White tees. Harp + Hud Co has to re-write the order and ship the black shirts back to the supplier (paying a 15% restocking fee + shipping costs) then pay to have them ship new shirts out. Staci will be advised of these charges, if he wishes to proceed, Harp + Hud Co will send Staci an Invoice for the charges including any additional cost the change order has associated with it. Once this payment has been processed the order will continue to production.
Cancellations & Restocking Fees
Cancellations made after order has been placed will be subject to a 15% restocking fee plus any additional fees required to cover services already rendered. No cancellations will be accepted once production or any manipulation of the garments (tag removal, printed tags, printing, hem tagging, etc.) has begun on the order.
Example: Staci places an order for 99 shirts. Harp + Hud Co then orders the shirts to prepare for printing. Two days later, Staci needs to cancel the order (for any reason). Harp + Hud Co has to return the shirts to the manufacturer, incurring shipping fees and restocking fees. Harp + Hud Co refunds John for their order minus necessary cancellation fees.
Harp + Hud Co will do everything we can to meet any must-have date, but we cannot guarantee it. Rush fees may apply. Customer may be responsible for any expedited shipping charges associated with the order.
Harp + Hud Co cannot be responsible for any shipping delays caused by the shipping company.
Examples: UPS cannot deliver your package on time due to inclement weather. | UPS delivers your package to the wrong address (although provided the correct address) and you do not receive your products on time.
Just like you, we like to spend the holidays with our families and friends. For that reason, we are closed for the following holidays. These days will not be considered operational business days and will not count towards turn around time:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- The Day After Thanksgiving
- Christmas Eve
- Christmas Day
- The Day After Christmas
- New Year’s Eve
- New Year’s Day
Under-Runs & Spoilage
Harp + Hud Co will not be responsible for under-runs or spoilage up to 3% on jobs of 100 shirts per design, and up to 10% on jobs of less than 100 pieces. We will gladly refund you the items that were not able to be included in your order, however, we cannot reprint the replacements for any orders without spoilage being equal to or more than 10 shirts per design. Please keep this in mind when ordering and let us know if you are ordering mandatory exact quantities. We can take extra precautionary measures including adding a small contingency fee in order to minimize the risk of not having a complete order. Please note that we always do our best to get you what you ordered. We will refund you the cost of any items shorted from your order but will not process a reprint for less than 10% of your order (or 10 shirts minimum).
Harp + Hud Co will not, at any time, be responsible for any lost in profits on items shorted from your order. (IE: If you paid Harp + Hud Co $7.50 per shirt, but you sell them or pre-sold them for $25.00; Harp + Hud Co is only responsible for refunding you the $7.50 you paid us for each shirt shorted in your order).
Harp + Hud Co reserves the right to change pricing without notice. Please note that although the Harp + Hud Co website lists prices, these may not always reflect the final price on your quote and invoice. Fluctuations in pricing may be due to increases in garment, ink, labor, or many other cost influencing factors.
Example: Staci looks at the pricing on Harp + Hud Co website on Monday. On Tuesday, Harp + Hud Co changes the pricing on their website due to rising cotton prices. Later that day, Frank contacts Harp + Hud Co unaware that the prices have changed since the day before. Frank places an order and is charged the most up-to-date pricing.
Harp + Hud Co is not responsible for manufacturer defects such as color inconsistencies, stitching errors, mislabeled garments, loose/inconsistent stitching, and/or garment defects (holes in garments, ripped seams, etc.). We try our hardest to inspect the garments as we print them, but we cannot guarantee each garment. We are not the manufacturers of these garments, so we cannot ensure their construction. We highly recommend ordering 5% extra of each size if an exact count is important.
Some manufacturers over-dye their garments. Over-dying is the process of re-dying a garment after it’s initial manufacturing period. This is done for any number of reasons, including color correction, clearing out of colors that didn’t sell (purple shirts aren’t selling so the manufacturer dyes them black to sell them as black shirts), etc. Because of this factor, Harp + Hud Co cannot 100% guarantee exact color consistency on coloring with discharge printing or discharge based services sometimes referred to as “Premium Standard”. This is most noticeable on white ink prints (showing a slight off white tinge), but can sometimes be seen with other colors. If you are concerned about the possibility of over-dying on a garment you are interested in or would like more information or alternate print methods, please contact us. We will be glad to provide you with any information that may help you avoid this issue.
Harp + Hud Co will not be responsible for your satisfaction with the garments printed on or the printed artwork, as satisfaction is subjective to personal opinion. We are always available to advise any customer to ensure you pick a garment that matches your needs but we also need you to do your due diligence on the garment choice. If you are unsure of what garment to select, we can gladly order a number of blank samples for you to choose from. The samples will be billed at a per piece rate and shipped without printing. Blank samples will not credit to the cost of your order unless specified at the time of your order.
We try to check every garment as it comes off of the press, but there are times where some mistakes will make it out the door. It is your responsibility as the customer to check over garments as you receive them. We allow an industry standard 72 hour window from the time you receive the goods to notify us of any issues with the order. Harp + Hud Co will not be responsible for errors with your order if notified after 72 hours of receiving the goods (pickup, hand delivery, or shipping delivery date). Harp + Hud Co will not be responsible for any lost income, customers, accounts, and/or contracts if defective garments are sent out to your final customer. While Harp + Hud Co does quality checks on the garments, the final quality assurance check lies in the hands of you, our customer.
Claims & Reprints
We go to great lengths to try to ensure that every order that leaves our facility is correct. All of our customers are valued customers, regardless of size, and we want you all to know that. Any order printed differently (a different design) than the mock-up approved will be granted a reprint of the defective product. All claims must be submitted within 72 hours of date of delivery. Please email us at email@example.com to submit your claim. If Harp + Hud Co is responsible for any errors in your order, we will gladly accept responsibility for the issues and will reprint the garments printed in error (order must be paid in full). We do not offer refunds. We will gladly reprint any production errors that exceed the spoilage rate stated in these Terms.
We will require that you ship or return the misprinted shirts to the address stated in these Terms. Harp + Hud Co will not be responsible for any shirts sold or given away prior to returning the order. Please also note that if you purchased items printed on a manual press (at live events), there is an allowable variance of 20% in imprint size, shape, color, location, and positioning between prints. If a large reprint claim must be filed, please return or submit photographs of all items to be considered for a reprint within 72 hours of date of delivery. We will need 5 business days to review your claim and will reproduce & deliver the approved reprints within 15 business days.
Example: Frank orders 100 shirts and sells 15. He then discovers a print defect within 72 hours of delivery that would quality the entire order for a reprint. He then returns the 85 remaining shirts to Harp + Hud Co. Harp + Hud Co is only responsible for the reprinting of the remaining 85 shirts Frank returned.
Harp + Hud Co provides split payment options (50% deposit) upon request. However, the purchasing party is responsible for paying their order in full on or before the day their order is completed. Orders will not be released until the full payment has cleared. If a purchasing party takes possession of their order prior to paying their invoice in full, they will be given a courtesy call and email to remind them to process their full invoice. However if no payment is made within thirty (30) days of taking possession of their order, a 40% interest charge will be added to the order. If no payment is made within forty five (45) days of taking possession of their order, Harp + Hud Co will send the order to a collections agency.
Please contact us if you are having trouble paying for your order and we will try to help as best as we can.
Live Screen Printing
All items purchased or acquired at a live printing events do not qualify for reprints or refunds. Manual printing presses are only used at live printing events and may produce prints with inconsistencies or defects due to sometimes uncontrollable printing environments. Please be aware that these prints do not always represent the high quality prints we produce during normal production in controlled environments using automated printing equipment.
Custom Apparel “Brand Creator”
Harp + Hud Co has a “Brand Creator” program which allows qualified clients, herein referred to as “Brand Owner”, to host and sell their customized apparel to their friends, family, fans, and customers. This program is intended to facilitate the start-up process for new entrepreneurs looking to start their own apparel brand on a budget. Please contact us for details and pricing.
Custom apparel or items to be sold on the Harp + Hud Co website and ecommerce platform must be produced and sold by Harp + Hud Co.
Harp + Hud Co reserves the right to discontinue this service at any time for any client. Harp + Hud Co will only disburse payments to the designated brand owner from profits incurred from the sales of their custom products produced and sold by Harp + Hud Co. Harp + Hud Co will collect any and all fees associated with the sales of their products prior to determining final profit; including sales tax, ecommerce fees, website fees, shipping fees, handling fees, and any other expense incurred by the sales. Profits will be calculated on every Friday and will be based on weekly sales ending on Thursdays at 11:59pm CST. If sales result in no profit or loss, Harp + Hud Co will not disburse any payments for those sales.
If the brand owner is responsible for shipping orders, they must do so within 48 hours of each item’s purchase date. Brand owners must also inform Harp + Hud Co that an order has been shipped and must supply Harp + Hud Co with a tracking number for that order. If an order is lost or returned, the brand owner is responsible for all incurred expenses due to the return of that order. If Harp + Hud Co must issue a refund to the brand owner’s client for a returned order, the brand owner will incur all costs associated with the refund. Harp + Hud Co is not responsible for any cost incurred from the Brand Incubator program, brand owners are held fully responsible for all costs and expenses associated with the sales of their products.
Please contact us with any further questions.
In consultation with You, Harp + Hud Co will design and construct a custom website. Please note that after the initial design consultation has been completed or once Your first payment has been processed, Harp + Hud Co may begin work on Your website and therefore will not issue any refunds unless stated as part of your purchased plan. Due to usage of Harp + Hud Co resources, Harp + Hud Co will be unable to issue refunds once any work on Your project has started.
You understand that Your website will generally take up to four to six weeks to complete once work has commenced; this is a general guideline and is not a firm deadline. Depending on the complexity of Your website and the number of changes required, Your website can take longer or shorter to complete.
Harp + Hud Co agrees to build Your website to the specifications quoted and detailed in the original invoice. Please note that any additional features requested that were not in the original invoice will be quoted at a separate price.
If Your Invoice for Your website includes the “Text assistance and placement” feature, Harp + Hud Co will create up to ten pages (up to 350 words each page), unless otherwise noted on Your Invoice, of custom written content for Your website based on information You provide to Harp + Hud Co, plus standardized pages about various services You offer, but this Invoice feature does not include writing blog posts if Your website has a blog. If Your Invoice does not include the “Text assistance and placement” feature, You must provide Your own written content, and Harp + Hud Co is not responsible for spelling or grammar errors of such content. You understand that it is Your responsibility to ensure the correct content is submitted to Harp + Hud Co in a timely manner. All photos, images, and written content must be delivered to Harp + Hud Co in a digital format and must follow all copyright laws.
Once Your project is ready for review, Harp + Hud Co requests that if You have any changes, You create one list of all requested revisions. Once the website goes “live,” You agree that Harp + Hud Co has satisfactorily rendered its services, that the website is functional to Your satisfaction, and that You have approved all content and design of Your website. Once You approve of your project to go “live”, you will be billed and will be held responsible for completing the final payment within 48 hours.
Harp + Hud Co offers a satisfaction guarantee. If You are not satisfied with Your completed project, You will not be required to make the final payment. However, if final payment is not made, Your project will remain Harp + Hud Co’s property and will not be released or posted “live”. If Your project has already been posted live, it will be removed and taken off the web completely.
If included in your purchased plan, Harp + Hud Co monthly website management service and support includes changes and updates to Your website. If at any time You need to make a change to Your website, please contact Harp + Hud Co and our staff will be happy to make the requested change. Please note that these changes cannot include any feature or option that was not paid for in Your initial Invoice. If changes outside of Your initial Invoice are requested, You will be provided with a separate quote for said changes.
All domain names, logos, marketing materials, and website designs purchased or created by Harp + Hud Co remain Harp + Hud Co sole property until You have paid all amounts invoiced and paid all service fees incurred during the monthly hosting service period in Your Invoice. Written content created by Harp + Hud Co remains the intellectual property of Harp + Hud Co, but Harp + Hud Co grants You a permanent, non-exclusive license to use such content on Your website after Harp + Hud Coreceives payment in full of Your Invoice.
Some of the utilities provided by Harp + Hud Co for use on Your website access files and/or resources that are not on Your website. Such utilities may not work if You move Your website to another host, and Harp + Hud Co is under no obligation to make them work under those circumstances.
Monthly Payment Option
Harp + Hud Co offers an optional monthly payment plan. Subject to Harp + Hud Co approval, in its sole discretion, Harp + Hud Co may offer a monthly payment plan. If You elect to utilize the monthly payment plan, You are required to execute a monthly payment commitment that is structured from the date of sale. The terms and conditions of said commitment are incorporated into the Terms. You agree to pay one payment per month on the due date of each month for twelve months. If You default on a payment, Harp + Hud Co may commence necessary collection procedures. These procedures may include, but are not limited to, use of third-party collection services or attorneys and reporting the delinquency or default against Your credit report. You agree to pay all costs of collection, including but not limited to attorney’s fees, fees and costs, and courts costs.
Split Payment Option
Subject to Harp + Hud Co approval, in its sole discretion, Harp + Hud Co may offer a split payment option in which the initial contract payment is split into two parts. You understand the fact that Harp + Hud Co is expending resources on the design, construction, and hosting of Your website which may exceed the amount of Your first payment. Under normal circumstances, your website will be complete within 4 to 6 weeks from the date of Your Invoice; however, if Your website is not complete 60 days after the date of Your Invoice due to Your delay in responding to Harp + Hud Co requests for information needed to complete the design and/or construction of Your website, You authorize Harp + Hud Co to charge the second payment.
Monthly Service and Support
Unless service and support for the first year is included in Your Invoice, Your monthly service and support is billed every thirty (30) days from the date of Your Invoice and will begin regardless of Your website’s status. You agree that all monthly service and support fees are non-refundable. If the first year’s service and support was paid for up front, then monthly service and support charges will begin one year from the date of Your Invoice and will continue until You cancel as detailed below.
You authorize Harp + Hud Co to withdraw Your monthly service and support fee from the credit card You provide. If You would like to update Your credit card on file, You may do so at any time prior to Your next billing cycle. You understand that You are responsible for ensuring that the credit card information in current and valid, and that You have sufficient available credit to cover the service and support fee.
You may cancel Your monthly service and support at any time as long as a 30-day written notice has been received by Harp + Hud Co prior to the next billing cycle. Acceptable cancellation notices include email, fax, and written letter. In the event that You cancel the monthly hosting service prior to the period set forth in Your Invoice, all domain names, logos, marketing materials, and website designs purchased or created by Harp + Hud Co will remain Harp + Hud Co sole property.
Harp + Hud Co regularly backs up the server for all of its Clients’ websites. Harp + Hud Co keeps daily, weekly, and monthly backups of all websites. Clients at anytime can request that Harp + Hud Co roll-back their website with one of these backups. Notwithstanding the foregoing, it is expressly understood that Harp + Hud Co is not responsible to back up any Client’s website and is not liable or responsible for any lost data. You are advised to seek appropriate backup solutions.
Harp + Hud Co strives to operate within Google’s “Webmaster Guidelines” and in doing so refrains from guaranteeing any particular ranking as a result of its marketing efforts. (See the following quotation – “No one can guarantee a #1 ranking on Google.”)
Neither Harp + Hud Co nor any of its third-party content providers shall be liable for any damages, of any kind, whether direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or punitive, otherwise, for any lost revenues or profits of any Client.
No modification, amendment, or waiver of the Terms shall be effective unless approved, in writing, by Harp + Hud Co.
Section captions shall not in any way limit, modify, or otherwise alter the provisions in the appurtenant section.
The Terms shall be construed, enforced, and interpreted under the laws of the State of Colorado.
The Terms, along with Your Invoice and Your payment agreement (if any), contain the entire agreement between the parties, and except as otherwise set forth herein, supersedes any previous agreement between You and Harp + Hud Co, whether written or oral, regarding the terms, conditions, and scope of Harp + Hud Co transactions with You.
Any provisions hereof not enforceable under the laws of the State of Colorado shall not affect the validity of any other provisions hereof.
It is Your responsibility to ensure that any and all content submitted to Harp + Hud Co is original content and that it does not infringe on any third-party copyrights, trademarks, or other intellectual property rights. You further agree that You will assume full responsibility and liability for any infringement of Your website, including but not limited to the website’s content or design. You further agree to indemnify Harp + Hud Co for any costs, fees, court costs, legal fees, damages, or other harm incurred, to defend itself or otherwise made necessitated as a result of the content or design of Your website.
Harp + Hud Co is protected by all U.S. and International copyright laws. All rights not expressly granted are reserved.
Harp + Hud Co respects copyright, trademark, and intellectual property rights of others. Harp + Hud Co reserves the right to terminate an account if it is found to have violated or infringed on the intellectual property right. You also understand that Harp + Hud Co is not liable if You send Harp + Hud Co infringing material to be added to Your website or if You add infringing material to Your website through Harp + Hud Co content management systems.
You agree that if Harp + Hud Co is involved in any lawsuit, legal proceeding, or other proceeding as a result of Your actions or the content or design of Your website, that You will indemnify Harp + Hud Co for all costs, expenses, or damages paid by Harp + Hud Co, including but not limited to Harp + Hud Co attorney’s fees and costs.
You further agree that in the event that Harp + Hud Co is obligated to engage counsel, or initiate legal proceedings or proceedings to enforce the Terms, You will pay all of Harp + Hud Co legal expenses, including, without limitation, attorney’s fees, court costs, and other expenses.
Conditions for Use of Harp + Hud Co Web Sites
All images and text are the property of Harp + Hud Co (hereafter referred to at “Harp + Hud Co”) and may not be downloaded, distributed, stored, reused, reposted, modified or otherwise used except as provided herein without the express written permission of Harp + Hud Co.
Harp + Hud Co reserves the right to make additions, deletions, or modifications to the information at any time without prior notification. Harp + Hud Coactively enforces its intellectual property rights to the fullest extent of the law.
This site is produced by Harp + Hud Co. Harp + Hud Co gives you permission in written form only to copy documents published by Harp + Hud Co on the World Wide Web for noncommercial use only, provided any copy of these documents that you make shall retain all copyright and other proprietary notices contained herein. Harp + Hud Co hereby authorizes you to copy, for noncommercial use only, documents or pages published by Harp + Hud Co on this World Wide Web site, provided that any copy of these documents or pages that you make shall retain all copyright or other proprietary notices and any disclaimers contained herein. Unauthorized reproduction of Harp + Hud Co Web sites and the material and/or information elements that comprise them is strictly prohibited.
Nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring, by implication, estoppel or otherwise, any license or right under any patent or trademark of Harp + Hud Co or any third party. Except as expressly provided above, nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring any license or right under and Harper + Hudson _ Harp and Hud Co copyright. And Domains HarperandHudsonCo.com and HarpandHudco.com
Links to Other Sites
As a useful resource to our visitors, Harp + Hud Co provides links to other Web sites. However, certain links on this site lead to resources located on servers maintained by third parties over whom Harp + Hud Co has no control. We cannot guarantee, and make no representations as to the accuracy of any Web site to which we provide a link or reference. Links to other sites are provided only as a convenience to users of our site.
Information Deemed Nonconfidential
Should any viewer of the Harp + Hud Co Web site respond with information, including feedback data, questions, comments, suggestions, ideas or the like (excluding personally identifiable information such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, or certain health information as discussed below in the Privacy Statement), such information shall be deemed to be nonconfidential, and Harp + Hud Co shall have no obligation of any kind with respect to such information and shall be free to reproduce, disclose, and distribute the information to others without limitation and to use any ideas, concepts, know-how, or techniques contained in such information for any purpose whatsoever, including, but not limited to, developing, manufacturing, and marketing products incorporating such information.
Harp + Hud Co is committed to respecting the privacy of its Web site visitors.
Some of the information we keep on our Web server is information that you volunteer to provide through forms and some is collected automatically. For each visitor to our US Web sites, our server automatically recognizes the visitors’ domain name, but not the e-mail address. We collect only aggregate information concerning which pages visitors access or visit and any information volunteered by the visitors, such as survey information and/or site registrations. We analyze only the aggregate information provided by our Web site visitors with the goal of improving the content and services offered on our Web site.
Only when specifically requested by Website visitors will the information we collect be used to respond to visitors’ inquiries, fulfill e-mail messaging programs, and notify visitor about new content or services on our Web sites.
If you decide you no longer wish to receive postal mailing and/or e-mails from us, please let us know by sending an e-mail and telling us you no longer wish to receive postal mail and/or e-mail from us. Please provide us with your exact name, postal address, and/or e-mail address. We will be sure your name is removed from our mailing list.
We do not provide this data to third parties.
Use of “Cookies”
Some Harp + Hud Co Web sites may deposit certain bits of information called “cookies” in a visitor’s computer. Cookies can tell us how and when pages in a Web site are visited and by how many people. This technology does not collect an individual visitor’s identifying information; rather this information is in an aggregate form. The purpose of this technology and the information it provides is again to help us improve our Web sites.
The policy regarding cookies applies to all Icon Harp + Hud Co Web sites in the U.S. Should a specific site, or any portion thereof, deviate from this policy, Harp and Hud Co will clearly state the intended use of the information on that Web site or the specific subsection of that Web site. Personally identifiable information will not be sold, rented or exchanged with any other organization or entity unless the user is first notified and expressly aggress to it, or as otherwise required by law.
Harp + Hud Co understands that privacy online is important to its Clients.
Upon purchasing products or services from Harp + Hud Co, Harp + Hud Co may collect additional personal information including, but not limited to: credit card numbers, account number, bank account information, other financial or business information, Your personal clientele information, and any combination of personal information that could be used to determine Your or third parties’ identity(ies) (“Personally Identifiable Information”).
Except as set forth herein, Harp + Hud Co does not share Your Personally Identifiable Information with any other third party; however, due to the nature of outsourcing and special circumstances, Harp + Hud Co will obtain a written permission to use Your website for prospective Clients prior to disclosure Harp + Hud Co uses Personally Identifiable Information to customize the Site, to make appropriate service offerings, and to fulfill buying and selling requests on the Site.
Personally Identifiable Information collected by Harp and Hud Co is securely stored and is not accessible to third parties or employees of Harp + Hud Co except for use as indicated herein.
Harper + Hudson Co will disclose Personally Identifiable Information in order to comply with a court order or subpoena or a request from a law enforcement agency to release information. Harper + Hudson Co will also disclose Personally Identifiable Information when reasonably necessary to protect the safety of our visitors and authorized Clients.
All of our employees are familiar with Harper + Hudson’s security policy and practices. The Personally Identifiable Information of our visitors and authorized Clients is only accessible to a limited number of qualified employees who are given a password in order to gain access to the information. H + H audits its security systems and processes on a regular basis. While H + H takes commercially reasonable measures to maintain a secure site, electronic communications and databases are subject to errors, tampering, and break-ins, and Harp + Hudson cannot, and does, guarantee or warrant that such events will not take place and Harper + Hudson Co will not be liable to visitors or authorized Clients for any such occurrences.
Please contact Harp + Hud if you have any questions.
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