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PHASE 1 - ENROLLMENT

Please complete the form below.  Basic enrollment, which includes 9 style choices from our PDF catalog, requires a $100 set-up fee and a $250 deposit. The deposit is applied as a credit to your account. Standard fulfillment orders and monthly fees are billed against this credit. If you are using our website & shopping cart solution, Garment Deli, the deposit will be applied to your monthly fees.
 


 

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Basic Enrollment Fees



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Fulfillment Services Terms & Conditions
Standard Print-on-Demand Fulfillment Services


Submission of this enrollment form confirms agreement to these fulfillment program Terms & Conditions (hereinafter referred to as "AGREEMENT") between GAFY, LLC, d/b/a GREAT APPAREL FOR YOU, (hereinafter referred to as "PRINTER") & the company, d/b/a, and/or individual approving these terms and conditions, and whose IP address is recorded (hereinafter referred to as "CLIENT").

WHEREAS, PRINTER is a printer of products providing printing, fulfillment and/or e-commerce services; and WHEREAS, CLIENT desires to have some, or all, of their printing, fulfillment and/or e-commerce provided by PRINTER; NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing and the mutual covenants and obligations hereinafter set forth the parties hereto agree as follows:

1 GENERAL/ACCEPTANCE & TERM
The AGREEMENT (which term shall be deemed to include plans, specifications, regulations, links and other documents to the extent that any of the same are incorporated by reference) becomes the exclusive AGREEMENT between the parties for the supplies/services subject to the terms and conditions herein unless additional terms are agreed in writing by both parties.

Failure of any party to enforce its rights under this AGREEMENT shall not constitute a waiver of such rights or of any other rights under this AGREEMENT or otherwise.

Except as otherwise stated in this AGREEMENT, this AGREEMENT contains the entire understanding of the parties respect to its subject matter, and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings and negotiations. No modification or alteration of this AGREEMENT shall be deemed effective unless in writing and signed by the parties.

This agreement is based upon the reasonable assumption that the party accepting same by way of accessing and utilizing their access to PRINTER is authorized to act in the capacity to create this contract.

The term of this AGREEMENT will remain in effect for any CLIENT who maintains utilization of any applicable fulfillment service, has not sent request for cancellation of services and/or continues with a balance due and owed to PRINTER commencing on the Effective Date of AGREEMENT by completing and accepting the terms by clicking submit and thus agreeing to these terms.

2 QUALITY
PRINTER shall maintain an inspection and quality control at each stage of production and a return rate higher than 1% over the course of 12 months due to printing and order accuracy issues shall be considered unacceptable.

3 PRINT PRICE
PRINTER shall charge no more than the agreed print price as indicated in Printing Price List or negotiated and approved Volume Partner Level pricing. Printing rates are subject to change due to market forces. PRINTER will notify CLIENT of any printing price changes thirty (30) days prior to instituting a change. The print prices as initially set will only be superseded if different print prices are agreed-upon in writing between both parties or PRINTER modifies print prices due to market forces.

4 ORDERING BLANKS & WAREHOUSING PRE-FABRICATED ITEMS
PRINTER has specific printable products (Program Styles) that exist in its fulfillment system. CLIENT will be allowed to choose which styles are used for their account from Program Styles during the enrollment process and can make additions to the account specific styles after activation. The initial set-up fee includes up to nine (9) Program Styles that must be chosen prior to account activation. Additional Program Styles are available prior to account activation for a one-time set-up fee of $12.50/additional Program Style. If Program Styles are added after account activation the one-time set-up fee is $25/additional Program Style. NOTE: A single style comprises ALL available colors and sizes of a particular product (i.e., a Gildan 2000 is ONE style, and if selected for fulfillment, CLIENT will have access to all available colors and sizes within PRINTER'S fulfillment system). In certain circumstances, particular Style colors and sizes may not be available due to process limitations.

PRINTERíS base acquisition cost of each blank item is controlled by PRINTERíS suppliers; therefore, CLIENT blank item pricing is subject to change at any time. Blank item price adjustments is commonly due to changes resulting from cotton supply availability, economic conditions, or changes in transportation costs. Clients will be notified of blank item price changes via email when changes take effect.

PRINTER is in no way responsible in the event that items are on back order, defective, or discontinued, and by default, no partial orders will be shipped. In the event an order will be delayed due to an item being back-ordered, PRINTER will provide CLIENT with notification informing CLIENT of the issue and the CLIENT'S options. PRINTER will hold the entire delayed order until CLIENT has instructed PRINTER on the desired remedy. If any item in any order is back-ordered for more than 60 days or discontinued, CLIENT will remain responsible for paying PRINTER for said order, less the cost and production expense of the back-ordered or discontinued item(s). CLIENT can authorize the order to be split and shipped in two or more shipments, and the typical admin fee for splitting orders will be waived in the event it is due to a back-ordered item.

For many items there are often comparable brands/styles that can be substituted for the ordered item. PRINTER will never substitute items unless previously approved by CLIENT as specified at the time of enrollment or via email after enrollment.

Client-Owned Printables & Inventory: An item is considered Client-Owned if the CLIENT has pre-purchased the blank or item. If CLIENT chooses to offer any Client-Owned item(s), CLIENT will be required to stock (inventory) said items at PRINTERíS fulfillment center at the CLIENTíS expense. If any item is inventoried, PRINTER will charge CLIENT a reasonable monthly management fee (ďManagement FeeĒ) for the required space and services. This fee will depend on the total volume and quantity of the stocked items. All potential inventory must be pre-approved by PRINTER. PRINTER reserves the right to change CLIENTíS Management Fee and charge CLIENT a reasonable fee commensurate with the labor, supplies, and insurance required as a result of adding additional items or quantity of existing items to CLIENTíS inventory program. The first 25 individual pre-fabricated (non-print-on-demand) items picked per calendar month are free of charge. CLIENT will incur a supplementary $1.00 charge for each incremental pre-fabricated (non-print-on-demand) item picked in excess of 25 per calendar month and pick fees will be shown as a separate line item on the monthly financial statement. PRINTER reserves the right to charge a rate of no less than $35.00/hour (billed in 6 minute increments) for re-stocking, removing or counting inventory of warehoused items. This fee will be assessed for replenishment items received to re-stock low inventory, as well as items that are removed from inventory by the client and then returned for warehousing or for doing an inventory of stocked items upon CLIENT request.

In the rare event that PRINTER scraps an inventoried item, CLIENT will be notified of the details and a credit equivalent to the item wholesale case price (fair market value) will be applied to CLIENTíS account for each scrapped item.

Upon cancellation of this AGREEMENT, CLIENT has fifteen (15) business days from the date of cancellation to pay any outstanding PRINTER invoices and remove its inventory from PRINTERíS fulfillment facilities. If any CLIENT debts to PRINTER exist, or if inventory remains after this fifteen day period, PRINTER reserves the right to retain and impose a lien upon all remaining inventory until all debts are paid in full. In addition to these potential fees, CLIENT will be charged whichever is greater, a reasonable removal fee of $150 or $35/hour for each hour spent by PRINTER in the removal (not including shipping costs). The estimated fee must be paid in full before removal will begin and any remaining balance along with all shipping costs must be paid prior to items being shipped or released from PRINTER possession. If CLIENT fails to pay removal fee within fifteen calendar days of invoicing, CLIENTíS inventory will be subject to lien as set forth above.

5 PACKAGING
PRINTER agrees to professionally package all items prior to shipping. This will include, but is not limited to, integrating CLIENTíS packaging sticker into the shipping label. In addition, if CLIENT has purchased Hang Tags from PRINTER, and item has an existing woven label, PRINTER will affix Hang Tags to said label. It is PRINTERíS responsibility to stock general packaging materials, PRINTER will provide an estimate of branding items like Hang Tags, Branding Locations and/or marketing items if applicable on every financial statement sent to CLIENT. It is CLIENT's responsibility to monitor that estimate and notify PRINTER when to reorder. If CLIENT chooses to have Hang Tags attached to their outgoing product, CLIENT will supply PRINTER with Hang Tag art per PRINTER specifications and will be charged for the Hang Tags.

6 SHIPPING & SHIPMENT TRACKING
Shipping programs and associated costs are defined in the Shipping Program Options. CLIENT may request via email to change the shipping program associated with their fulfillment account at anytime; however, the change will not be implemented until the day after the next invoicing period for that CLIENT.

Once PRINTER has printed and shipped an order to the specifications provided by CLIENT, PRINTER no longer retains any liability for the delivery of the order to the customer. An order is considered to be shipped at the point the carrier picks up the shipment from PRINTER facility. If CLIENT desires shipping insurance, CLIENT must mark the individual order as such in the original submitted order file, CLIENT will be billed insurance costs, and PRINTER will assume liability for delivery.

BY DEFAULT, ALL SHIPMENTS ARE SENT BY PRINTER WITHOUT INSURANCE. In the event an uninsured order is not received by the end customer CLIENT remains responsible to pay for said order. At CLIENTíS discretion, CLIENT may insure any shipment. CLIENT will be billed 8.5% of the total cost of the order (item + printing + branding activities) for all insured orders. In the event an insured domestic shipment is not delivered to the shipping address within 15 business days, or an insured international shipment is not delivered to the shipping address within 30 business days, or an insured order is deemed damaged in transit by courier (USPS, UPS, etc.), PRINTER will reorder, reprint, and reship, at PRINTERíS expense, provided the there are NO changes to the order itself. If ANY changes to the ordered items, or if tracking as supplied by applicable carrier (i.e. USPS.com, UPS.com, etc.) indicates that package was delivered, CLIENT will be responsible for paying the entire normal price of reordering, reprinting, and reshipping as established herewith for the replacement shipment. If an insured shipment is replaced at PRINTERíS expense, and if said replacement shipment is not subsequently delivered within the timeline specified above, CLIENT is responsible for paying for one of the two shipped orders (original and replacement shipments) and all subsequent reshipments.

Upon fulfillment, PRINTER will provide CLIENT a detailed shipping report including tracking and other pertinent shipment information. The shipping report will contain all required information necessary to obtain all available tracking information for the shipments. It is the responsibility of the CLIENT to maintain and utilize these reports to track packages. When necessary, PRINTER will provide necessary details directly to carrier to activate a shipment trace request. International tracking will only be provided where available by carrier. If CLIENT chooses to ship a package internationally via a service that does not provide tracking, CLIENT assumes full responsibility for the shipment, and PRINTER will not be able to provide any additional information regarding the shipment once it has left the fulfillment facilities. PRINTER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY FEES, COSTS, TAXES, TARIFFS OR ANY OTHER MONETARY LOSS AS A CONSEQUENCE OF INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING. In addition, as international tracking is often unavailable at no fault of PRINTER, once the shipment has arrived at carrierís processing center, PRINTER no longer retains any liability for said shipment, provided tracking indicates shipment was sent by PRINTER and received by carrier. It is, therefore, strongly recommended that CLIENT opt for shipping insurance for international orders as set forth above.

PRINTER is not liable for damages of any kind if delivery takes longer than the service chosen. In the event a premium delivery service was chosen and the shipment does not arrive on time (measured from the day it was scanned as received by the carrier), CLIENT can submit a request for refund to PRINTER. PRINTER will then request a refund from the carrier. If, and only if, the carrier provides any service-related refund, CLIENTíS account will be credited for the amount of the shipping refund only. However, it is important to realize that the time to print and ship the order is variable so premium shipping services should be used with extreme caution, as the order will rarely ship the same day the order is received by PRINTER.

In the event CLIENT supplies PRINTER an invalid shipping address or an address that does not properly process with PRINTERís shipping software, PRINTER agrees to employ a reasonable effort to attempt to remedy. This effort may include, but is not limited to, research on Google.com, USPS.com, and UPS.com, and may result in PRINTER modifying address to enable shipping. If modification of address is warranted, PRINTER will do so in good faith. As such, PRINTER is not liable for damages of any kind if delivery takes longer than the service chosen or is unable to be delivered due to an incorrect address.

7 DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS & RETURNS
All items that are deemed to be defective shall be considered the responsibility of PRINTER to rectify via replacement of defective item(s) only. If CLIENT believes an item to be defective, CLIENT must supply PRINTER with proof of defect. This proof can be in the form of a digital image showing the defect and/or by returning the item in question to PRINTER for inspection. PRINTER is responsible for all material and printed image defects, and for order accuracy. If PRINTER, at its sole discretion, agrees that there is a material defect, PRINTER agrees to replace item and ship back to customer at no charge to CLIENT. If PRINTER determines there is nothing wrong with the item in question, PRINTER will contact CLIENT to determine course of action. In some cases this may require the returned item to be shipped, at the expense of the CLIENT, to CLIENT for inspection. PRINTER will not issue a credit or replacement for any items that are returned for a non-material defect as described above.

CLIENT will be notified via email for any items that are returned to PRINTER for any reason. Normally this is due to the shipment being sent to an undeliverable address. CLIENT will have 60 days to inform printer what is to be done with the returned item. If, after 60 days, there has been no resolution the item will become the property of the PRINTER.

8 CLIENT ORDERS
CLIENT agrees to place orders in one of the specific formats required by PRINTER. If CLIENT chooses to use PRINTER'S Windows PC-based ordering application, PRINTER will provide CLIENT with said application allowing CLIENT to create the required order file manually. On PCs, this application will run in a Microsoft Windows environment. On MACs, this application will run in a Microsoft Windows emulator such as Boot Camp or Parallels. This application will not work on mobile devices.

If CLIENT wishes to create an automated ordering process, PRINTER will supply CLIENT with specific file format requirements and all the specific data values required for the CLIENT to create an order file. CLIENTíS order files must utilize only those exact valid values provided. If CLIENTíS order file contains erroneous and invalid data, PRINTERíS order processing system will not be able to import said order file. CLIENT may incur a $5 exception fee for each occurrence of invalid data submission. This fee is only charged in the event CLIENT has continuous submission issues about which they have been previously informed.

CLIENT agrees to provide the order file no more than once per calendar day, and the order file will include all new orders that have NOT previously been submitted. PRINTER will import new orders on regular business workdays. Any order files submitted on weekends, holidays & supplier shut-down days will not be imported nor considered accepted until the next business workday. Any orders received after noon CST on any regular business day, or received on a weekend, holiday or supplier shut-down day, may not be imported until the following business day, and will be considered accepted upon import.

It will be the CLIENTíS responsibility to maintain a unique Order ID for each individual order placed and Order IDs can be used only ONCE. If a previously-used Order ID (duplicate) is submitted, the entire order file that day (including all line items) will not be processed by PRINTERíS order management system, the CLIENT will be notified of the problem, and instructed to fix and resubmit the entire order file before any orders appearing in the order form can be processed. CLIENT may incur a $5 exception fee for each occurrence of duplicate Order ID submission (this fee is only charged if CLIENT has been previously warned of the issue).

Certain order file data points must remain consistent across every line-item of a specific Order ID such as customer name, shipping address etc. If CLIENTíS order file contains inconsistent data across multiple line-items of a single Order ID, PRINTERíS order processing system will not be able to import said order file. CLIENT may incur a $5 exception fee for each occurrence of inconsistent data submission (this fee is only charged if CLIENT has been previously warned of the issue).

PRINTER will provide CLIENT with a detailed order import confirmation email indicating the order file was received and imported. Once this order import confirmation email has been sent by PRINTER, any changes to an order (i.e., change of address, shirt color/size, ship type, order cancellation, etc.) may incur a $2 change fee per order. If a change request is made after the order has been fulfilled, the change will not be made, the charge will not be applied, and the CLIENT will be responsible for paying PRINTER for the original order submission. If PRINTER incurred any costs for the order prior to acknowledgment of requested change (i.e., blank item had been ordered, item had been printed, etc.), CLIENT will be charged those production related costs in addition to the $2 change fee.

CLIENTS are responsible for ensuring the art files associated with all orders are available on PRINTERíS computer server at the time PRINTER fulfills the order. If an art file is missing from a CLIENTíS folder at the time of production, PRINTER will notify CLIENT of the deficiency. If the missing file is determined to be the fault of the CLIENT, the CLIENT may incur a $5 exception fee, and the fulfillment of the entire respective order will be indefinitely postponed until CLIENT provides the art file and notifies PRINTER of the remedy. If the missing file is determined to be the fault of PRINTER, no fee will be incurred by CLIENT, and PRINTER will make all reasonable efforts to reinstate missing art files from a back-up server. In the event PRINTER cannot reinstate a missing art file, CLIENT agrees in good faith to assist PRINTER in providing the file(s).

9 TURNAROUND TIME
In normal circumstances orders will be fulfilled between 1-3 business days from the day the order is received by PRINTER. To account for any unknowns, unforeseen manufacturing issues, production spikes, etc., PRINTER agrees that all individual orders of under 200 pieces will be fulfilled and shipped within 7 business days of receiving the order provided blank items are available from PRINTERíS primary supplier.

Individual orders of 200 pieces and over will typically be fulfilled and shipped within 3-7 business days from reception of order. To account for any unknowns, unforeseen manufacturing issues, production spikes, etc., PRINTER agrees that all individual orders of 200 pieces or more will be fulfilled and shipped within 12 business days of receiving the order provided blank items are available from PRINTERíS primary supplier. CLIENT will be able to contact PRINTER and discuss timing if fulfillment is required by a particular date; however, in some circumstances PRINTER may not guarantee an earlier delivery date.

10 PRINT QUALITY & SCRAPPED ITEM DISPOSITION
Every effort will be made to print items at the highest quality possible within the limitations of PRINTER'S printing technologies. Some of the limitations of these technologies include slight variance in sharpness, colors and brightness, even when printing the same design on the same product color and style. Slight variance in the registration of underbase printing can also be expected. PRINTER warrants that every item will be inspected for quality and if determined to be within an acceptable range for sharpness, color, brightness and registration, determined at PRINTER'S sole discretion, the item will pass inspection and will be shipped to the customer.

Due to the dying process, certain materials and/or combinations of materials and colors print inconsistently and/or degrade irreparably during PRINTERíS curing process. PRINTER advises CLIENT to avoid selling items that MAY have problems with printing, curing, and durability. Said items will be clearly noted to client at the time they are selecting their Program Styles. This information is available to CLIENT at the time of enrollment, and will be available for review by CLIENT upon request to PRINTER. If CLIENT chooses to offer and print on any items or colors that have been clearly noted as not guaranteed, CLIENT does so at CLIENTíS risk, and PRINTER will not warranty said items.

In the event that a print is not up to the high standards established by the PRINTER the item will be replaced and re-printed at no cost to the CLIENT.

11 BILLING & PAYMENTS
Unless otherwise agreed, CLIENT hereby acknowledges and agrees to pay to PRINTER a one-time non-refundable set-up fee of $100 for costs of the initial set-up tasks of creating a CLIENT profile, training on the delivery of print-ready art, agreeing on Product Styles to offer, packaging requirements, and ordering requirements. CLIENT also agrees to pay to PRINTER a non-refundable deposit of $250 that will be applied as a credit for future fulfillment invoices until exhausted (the ďFee AdvanceĒ). If CLIENT is utilizing Garment Deli, this credit will only be applied towards fulfillment orders placed outside of Garment Deli by CLIENT and/or the Garment Deli monthly fees until exhausted. The credit is NOT applicable to invoices generated external to fulfillment order processing for items including, but not limited to: inventory management set-up, printed samples, hang-tags, branding transfers, blank items, special packaging or custom bulk orders processed outside of the fulfillment program. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT BOTH THE SET-UP FEE AND FEE ADVANCE ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. CLIENT acknowledges and agrees that if CLIENT fails to exhaust the account credit resulting from Fee Advance within 270 days of enrollment, any remaining account credit will be lost by the CLIENT, in its entirety, resulting in $0.00 credit owed to CLIENT. These fees are established to partially cover expenses related to initial set-up. If CLIENT requires re-training due to circumstances including, but not limited to CLIENT computer failure and/or addition, CLIENT software changes, or CLIENT personnel role changes and/or turnover, PRINTER may provide re-training services at a rate of no less than $40.00/hour (billed in 6 minute increments).

CLIENT has the option to be on NET-15 payment terms (payment guarantee required) or be a PRE-PAID CLIENT. A PRE-PAID CLIENT is required to maintain a credit balance with PRINTER in excess of all non-invoiced debts, both existing and incoming. PRE-PAID CLIENTS will be notified of the estimated remaining credit balance each time orders are received and imported into PRINTERíS production system. If at any time it is determined, based on PRINTERíS estimated calculation, that a PRE-PAID CLIENT does not have sufficient credit to cover the cost of an incoming order file, said order file will NOT be imported and a notification will be sent to CLIENT stating that additional funds are required to process the order file. PRINTER will send CLIENT an invoice for the greater of the estimated amount required to pay for the items within the order file or $300 (whichever is greater) to replenish the PRE-PAID CLIENTíS account. Upon receipt of payment, PRINTER will process CLIENTíS non-imported order file(s). If CLIENT terminates this AGREEMENT any credit balance resulting from PRE-PAID terms, not including the original Fee Advance set forth above, will be refunded to CLIENT after outstanding CLIENT invoices have been paid. All CLIENTS based outside of the United States are required to be PRE-PAID CLIENTS and are subject to the credit balance terms detailed herewith. For CLIENTs utilizing Garment Deli, all orders processed via the CLIENT'S Garment Deli website will be processed regardless of amount of credit in the PRE-PAID CLIENTs account.

All regular fulfillment orders will be billed as single line-items that include a reference to the respective order number. Standard fulfillment invoicing will be electronically processed for all clients on a monthly basis; however, if total PRINTER receivables (NET-15 CLIENT payables) exceed $1000, PRINTER at its sole discretion reserves the right to increase invoicing frequency.

If a PRINTER invoice shows that the CLIENT owes money, PRINTER must have received the payment in full within 15 days from the date of invoice. ALL late payments will be assessed interest at a compounded rate of 3.0% per month outstanding. In the event CLIENT becomes past due on any invoice by more than 5 days, PRINTER reserves the right to suspend all fulfillment services until CLIENT is paid in full. If at any time total CLIENT receivables due to PRINTER exceeds what PRINTER believes to be a reasonable financial risk given CLIENTíS financial history within the partnership, PRINTER at its sole discretion reserves the right to suspend fulfillment services and request an immediate payment to bring total receivables to a reasonably-acceptable level, at which time services will resume.

If CLIENT consistently pays invoices late, PRINTER may require a pre-payment to continue services. If at any time a NET-15 CLIENT is late on two (2) consecutive payments, PRINTER has the option at its sole discretion to transition the NET-15 CLIENT to PRE-PAID terms, and require CLIENT to establish a credit balance as set forth above prior to processing any non-fulfilled or newly-submitted orders. If a NET-15 CLIENT is transitioned to PRE-PAID terms, CLIENT will indefinitely operate as a PRE-PAID CLIENT. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT TWO (2) CONSECUTIVE LATE PAYMENTS MAY RESULT IN A CHANGE IN PAYMENT TERMS THAT WOULD REQUIRE CLIENT TO MAINTAIN A CREDIT BALANCE SUFFICIENT TO COVER THE ESTIMATED COSTS OF ALL NON-INVOICED ITEMS AND FUTURE ORDER SUBMISSIONS, THE TERMS FOR WHICH ARE SET FORTH ABOVE.

12 DESIGN IMAGES
CLIENT will supply PRINTER with the design files in the format(s) required by PRINTER. These formats are subject to change as technology and production processes change. PRINTER agrees to provide CLIENT with detailed description of art requirements and to notify CLIENT of any changes.

The Set-Up Fee includes a maximum of one hour of graphic art preparation/training, documentation, instructional videos, color swatches, and Adobe actions to assist CLIENT with art preparation. This training is for PRINTER-specific processes and does not include ANY specific training pertaining to how to use graphics software itself. If CLIENT requires graphics software product training OR if more time is required at no fault of PRINTER to learn PRINTER-specific processes and requirements, CLIENT has the option to be trained by an in-house graphic artist and will be billed by PRINTER accordingly. PRINTER strongly recommends that if CLIENT does not have advanced graphic art skills, CLIENT should contract an experienced graphic artist OR work with an in-house graphic artist from the beginning until such time CLIENT is capable of creating art that will yield the best possible printed designs. PRINTER agrees to make no significant changes to design files provided by CLIENT without express permission from CLIENT (at times slight adjustments can be made without changing the art, but improving the printed result).

If CLIENT is planning on prepping and releasing their own art files, PRINTER will assist CLIENT with the initial launch designs, ensuring that they meet the requirements that will result in the best possible printed design. After official launch, CLIENT can release new designs by following the PRINTER'S approved design release process. If art submitted for production does not meet the PRINTER'S current art requirements, CLIENT will be notified that the art doesnít meet requirements and the design will not be released until the art meets the requirements. If CLIENT does not have the necessary software and/or technical skills to supply art as required, CLIENT has the option to have PRINTERíS graphic artist perform the necessary graphic artwork, assuming PRINTER'S graphic artist is able to perform the desired tasks which will be billed accordingly, or to contract an outside graphic artist that can meet the requirements.

There are no limits to the number of individual art files that CLIENT can release at one time. PRINTER agrees to formally accept and process CLIENT releases and make said art available for production a minimum of THREE times per week and a maximum of ONE time per day at no charge. If CLIENT releases art files more frequently than three times per week or more than one time per day, PRINTER reserves the right to charge a fee commensurate with the release activity. If CLIENT design files require more than 2 Gigabytes of hard disk space, and average CLIENT monthly payables are less than $200, PRINTER reserves the right to require CLIENT to remove unused art files.
PRINTER shall not manufacture or retain for the purpose of display, or otherwise, any CLIENT specific products without written permission from CLIENT.

13 CLIENTís DESIGN IMAGES & COPYRIGHT INDEMNIFICATION
PRINTER acknowledges that all design images provided by CLIENT are the property of CLIENT. PRINTER has no right to and shall not copy or utilize CLIENTíS designs or artwork except in the performance of the service provide on behalf of CLIENT under the terms of this AGREEMENT. Furthermore, PRINTER shall not intentionally distribute, loan, sell, show, or otherwise share any or all of CLIENTíS design images without written permission from CLIENT. CLIENT certifies and warrants that they are the author, creator and/or sole owner of all images and material being presented and/or submitted for production.

CLIENT warrants that the design images provided to PRINTER by CLIENT and content uploaded to WEBSITE (defined in following section) are copyrighted by or licensed to CLIENT for printing, distribution and/or display. CLIENT also acknowledges that subject matter does not have to bear a copyright notice in order to be protected by copyright law. CLIENT further warrants that no copyright notice has been removed from any material used in preparing designs or WEBSITE content. To support these warranties, CLIENT agrees to indemnify and hold harmless PRINTER for all liability, damages, expenses, and attorney fees which may be incurred in any legal action connected with the use of CLIENTís material and uploaded content or copyright infringement involving CLIENTíS design images.

Furthermore, in consideration of PRINTERís agreement to use design images and uploaded content provided by CLIENT, CLIENT agrees to protect and hold harmless PRINTER against any copyright and any other legal claims which might be asserted against PRINTER by others related to the use of CLIENTís design images and/or uploaded content. Accordingly, CLIENT at CLIENTíS sole expense, shall defend, or at PRINTERS option settle, any claim, suit or proceeding brought against PRINTER based on a claim of infringement of any copyright or other proprietary rights of any third party arising from PRINTERíS reproduction of, or reference to, any design images and/or uploaded content provided by CLIENT.

The CLIENTís indemnification to PRINTER will extend to any costs, expenses or damages finally awarded against PRINTER in any such copyright claim, suit or proceeding, provided that PRINTER provides notice to the CLIENT in writing of the commencement of the action. CLIENT will allow PRINTER to conduct its own defense at PRINTER option, and CLIENT shall pay as invoiced by PRINTER the necessary and reasonable costs of such defense. PRINTER'S handling of its own defense shall not diminish or otherwise abridge the CLIENT'S responsibility for indemnifying the PRINTER from the award of costs, expenses or damages in any such suit.

In the event CLIENT is in receipt of any Cease and Desist letter, or any other formal request to remove content from WEBSITE due to a violation of any applicable law, CLIENT agrees to immediately notify PRINTER of said letter, and provide PRINTER with a copy of same. PRINTER, at its sole discretion, may remove any legally-challenged WEBSITE content at any time while investigating any claim of any violation. CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES TO NOTIFY PRINTER WITHIN 48 HOURS OF RECEIPT OF ANY NOTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL VIOLATION OF ANY APPLICABLE LAW AS IT RELATES TO CONTENT ON WEBSITE.

14 GARMENT DELI CLIENTS
Utilization of Garment Deli Shopping Cart Website Solution deployed on the PRINTERíS computer server at both a top-level Uniform Resource Locator (ďTOP-LEVEL URLĒ) and defined as a common internet domain name such as www.MyGarmentStore.com, and sub-level Uniform Resource Locator (ďSUB-LEVEL URLĒ) defined as a sub-folder within the www.GarmentDeli.com internet domain such as www.GarmentDeli.com/MyGarmentStore shall be subject to the following terms specific to the Garment Deli interface which pertains to the specific deployment of the TOP-LEVEL URL or SUB-LEVEL URL Garment Deli Shopping Cart Website Solution deployed at the address submitted by CLIENT via PRINTERíS online enrollment form (hereinafter referred to as ďWEBSITEĒ).

14.1 WEBSITE FEES & RESPONSIBILITIES
If CLIENT elects to utilize a TOP-LEVEL URL, CLIENT must secure and retain at CLIENTíS expense a domain address from any domain registrar. Once domain is purchased, CLIENT must redirect the domain to PRINTERíS server address by changing DNS settings as requested by PRINTER. The responsibility to properly modify the DNS settings rests solely with the CLIENT. In the event CLIENT is unable to modify DNS settings, CLIENT should seek advice of its registrar.

If CLIENT elects to utilize a SUB-LEVEL URL, CLIENT must select a unique, not-previously-used account name which will be applied within the URL as defined above as WEBSITE.

CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES TO PAY PRINTER A ONE-TIME, NON-REFUNDABLE SET-UP FEE OF $300 per each TOP-LEVEL URL deployment and/or A ONE-TIME, NON-REFUNDABLE SET-UP FEE OF $200 per each SUB-LEVEL URL deployment. PRINTER intends to use this fee to cover the costs incurred to establish a CLIENT-specific TOP-LEVEL or SUB-LEVEL URL WEBSITE, and secure and install the IP address and SSL certificate required for financial transactions. In addition, CLIENT agrees to pay PRINTER a recurring monthly fee of $30 for each TOP-LEVEL URL and $15 for each SUB-LEVEL URL that will compensate PRINTER for services including but not limited to internet hosting, product creation, merchant services, and order export transmission.

14.2 TAXES AND REVENUE REPORTING
WEBSITE will automatically apply current City of Chicago, IL and State of Illinois sales tax on all transactions within the state of Illinois. CLIENT may, at its discretion, apply tax to sales in other regions. If CLIENT desires to apply tax to regions other than the state of Illinois, CLIENT must use WEBSITE control panel to enable additional taxes. CLIENT is encouraged to consult a tax attorney to determine additional tax liabilities. By default, state tax is applied only to purchased products, and not to shipping expenses. If CLIENT desires to apply any state tax to the cost of shipping, CLIENT must request a change to taxation rules by PRINTER. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT DEFAULT TAXATION IS APPLIED ONLY TO PURCHASED PRODUCTS AND NOT TO SHIPPING EXPENSES. IT IS CLIENTíS RESPONSIBILITY TO REQUEST FROM PRINTER A MANUAL MODIFICATION OF STATE-SPECIFIC TAXATION RULES. PRINTER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY TAX COLLECTION DEFICITS DUE TO CLIENTíS MISCONFIGURATION OF TAXATION RULES.

PRINTER, at its discretion, may report CLIENT earnings and collected taxes to the Internal Revenue Service or other federal institute within the limitation of applicable law. It is the sole responsibility of the CLIENT to report all revenues collected, including taxes, to state and federal government. CLIENT is responsible for reporting and paying all taxes collected from consumers on CLIENTíS WEBSITE. CLIENT indemnifies and agrees to hold PRINTER harmless for all tax liabilities as a result of transactions occurring on CLIENTíS WEBSITE as well as holding harmless and indemnifying PRINTER for any applicable legal fees, costs, penalties, fines and related damages or expenses. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THE REPORTING AND PAYMENT OF TAXES ON INCOME COLLECTED ON WEBSITE IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF CLIENT.

14.3 CONSUMER INTERACTION
CLIENT is solely responsible for ALL communications with WEBSITE consumers. At no time will PRINTER communicate with WEBSITE consumers with the exception of standard fulfillment shipment and shipment cancelation notices, both of which originate from a non-branded URL. CLIENT will receive all consumer comments, inquiries, and order confirmations, and it is CLIENTíS responsibility to address any consumer interactions and support requests.

14.4 WEBSITE PAYMENT & CREDIT MANAGEMENT
TOP-LEVEL URL and SUB-LEVEL URL set-up fees will be paid to PRINTER in advance. All monthly fees will be invoiced to CLIENT within the standard periodic fulfillment services statement. Monthly fees will be billed against any existing CLIENT fulfillment account credit. If no fulfillment account credit exists, fees will be deducted from WEBSITE revenue. All fees are non-refundable. Fulfillment costs for items purchased on WEBSITE including but not limited to blank item acquisition, printing services, shipping, and handling, are NOT applied against any fulfillment account credit. Any fulfillment account credit that remains after the deduction of WEBSITE monthly fees, inventory pick fees, and any non-WEBSITE transactions, fees, and credits will be carried over to the subsequent monthís fulfillment services statement.

CLIENT must use PRINTERíS merchant services account to financially transact on WEBSITE regardless of TOP-LEVEL URL or SUB-LEVEL URL deployment. All financial transactions that occur on CLIENTíS WEBSITE will be subject to an Electronic Processing Fee per the merchant processing terms, usually between 2% & 4% of the total transacted amount, including any applicable tax and shipping charges. Order-specific WEBSITE revenue, taxes and Electronic Processing Fees will appear within the standard periodic fulfillment services statement.

If CLIENT WEBSITE revenue exceeds any amount due to PRINTER at the end of a billing period, CLIENT will be issued a payment no later than the 15th of the subsequent month equal to the total WEBSITE transaction revenue for said period (total amount paid by consumer), minus the sum of: any amount due to PRINTER which may include but is not limited to WEBSITE Electronic Processing Fees, monthly fees, inventory pick fees, item acquisition costs, printing costs, shipping costs, handling costs, insurance costs, and service fees as set forth in the above. Periodic financial statements will be accompanied with a corresponding WEBSITE transactions report. If WEBSITE revenue is less than any amount due to PRINTER at the end of a billing period, CLIENT will be invoiced for any balance due. In the event of a change of bank account for CLIENT payment, it is the CLIENTíS responsibility to promptly notify PRINTER. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THE PAYMENTS FROM PRINTER TO CLIENT WILL BE THE NET OF PERIODIC WEBSITE REVENUE MINUS ANY AMOUNT DUE TO PRINTER AND THAT, IN THE EVENT WEBSITE REVENUE IS LESS THAN ANY AMOUNT DUE TO PRINTER, CLIENT IS RESPONSIBLE TO PAY PRINTER WITHIN THE AGREED UPON PAYMENT TERMS.

14.5 CREDITS RESULTING FROM WEBSITE ORDER CANCELLATIONS & RETURNS
At the time WEBSITE orders are processed, all transaction revenue is routed through PRINTERíS merchant services account. PRINTERíS financial system aggregates, reports, and pays CLIENT the net amount due as set forth above. As CLIENT receives payment from PRINTER for WEBSITE sales and all reporting is done with no visibility to possible credits to the end-consumer, anytime a credit is required to be sent to the end-consumer, CLIENT must provide a written request to PRINTER with specific Order ID and transaction date, credit amount. Upon receiving written request PRINTER will process the credit to the end-consumer and place an equivalent line-item charge for the total of the credited amount onto CLIENT'S account, and said charge will be on the next periodic financial statement.

As each CLIENT has the ability to modify the consumer-facing return policy, it is the sole responsibility of CLIENT to manage consumer returns from WEBSITE sales. If a returned item is covered under the PRINTERíS warranty, PRINTER will replace item as set forth above. CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT CLIENT IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR MANAGING RETURNS WITH CONSUMERS. CLIENT FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT PRINTER WILL EVALUATE AND POTENTIALLY REPLACE CONSUMER RETURNS AS SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT.

14.6 LATE PAYMENTS, ACCOUNT SUSPENSION & REACTIVATION
If CLIENT is past due on paying any invoice from GAFY, LLC or any of its subsidiaries, or any other amount owed to PRINTER, including but not limited to charges for fulfillment services or WEBSITE use, PRINTER at its discretion, may deactivate WEBSITE at anytime subsequent to the respective due date and prior to CLIENT payment. CLIENT acknowledges that such WEBSITE deactivation as a result of unpaid amounts due is fair and just, and CLIENT understands this action will render the WEBSITE unable to function. Additionally, CLIENT indemnifies PRINTER of all damages sustained, including but not limited to purported loss of sales and diminished brand reputation, as a result of PRINTER deactivating WEBSITE due to CLIENTíS past due balance.

If WEBSITE is deactivated due to a past due balance, CLIENT will have no right to reclaim or demand reimbursement for any program set-up fees related to WEBSITE or fulfillment services set-up activities as set forth in this AGREEMENT. Upon satisfactory payment of all amounts due and upon appeal, CLIENT may request reactivation of WEBSITE. After such request, PRINTER may reinstate WEBSITE, at its sole discretion, to its form just prior to deactivation and may charge a fee of $100 per incident. The $100 reactivation fee would be in addition to any past due balance and late fees owed and all portions must be paid prior to reactivation. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT PRINTER MAY DEACTIVATE WEBSITE IN THE EVENT CLIENT HAS A PAST DUE BALANCE OWED TO PRINTER. CLIENT ADDITIONALLY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THE REINSTATEMENT FEE MAY BE REQUIRED TO REACTIVATE WEBSITE SUBSEQUENT TO ANY PAST DUE BALANCE, AND THAT PRINTER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY CLIENT AS A RESULT OF WEBSITE DEACTIVATION, NOR WILL THE PRINTER REIMBURSE ANY WEBSITE OR FULFILLMENT SERVICES SET-UP FEES.

CLIENT may elect to suspend WEBSITE for a maximum of 180 days, during which time WEBSITE monthly fees will not be charged by PRINTER. If CLIENT desires to reactivate WEBSITE after suspension and before 181 days, CLIENT must pay PRINTER a one-time $100 website reactivation fee. Upon reactivation, PRINTER will reinstate monthly fees. If CLIENT does not reactivate suspended WEBSITE within 181 days, WEBSITE will be deleted and any WEBSITE redeployment will be considered new and will be subject to the fees and terms set forth above.

14.7 30-DAY SERVICE CANCELLATION NOTICE
CLIENT may cancel WEBSITE service by providing PRINTER a 30-day written request. CLIENT must pay PRINTER pro-rata for each of the 30 days subsequent to request, including any residual days following the end of a billing/payment period. If CLIENT fails to pay ALL balances due PRINTER within the terms established in this AGREEMENT and indicated on PRINTER invoice, CLIENT will continue to accrue monthly WEBSITE fees, and if applicable, any other service related fees set-forth above and any late fees as indicated on PRINTER invoice. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES CLIENT MUST PROVIDE PRINTER A WRITTEN 30-DAY CANCELLATION NOTICE TO END WEBSITE SERVICE, AND THAT CLIENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYING FULL BALANCE DUE, INCLUDING THE 30 DAYS OF THE NOTICE PRO-RATA, OR CLIENT WILL CONTINUE TO ACCRUE MONTHLY STANDARD AND LATE FEES AS SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT, AND PRINTER INVOICES.

14.8 TRANSFER BETWEEN TOP-LEVEL URL AND SUB-LEVEL URL
CLIENT may desire to migrate WEBSITE between TOP-LEVEL URL and SUB-LEVEL URL, or client may desire to change their URL. Upon request for both scenarios, PRINTER will migrate site between levels or to new URL and will charge CLIENT a one-time migration fee of $200. Monthly fees will be applied forthwith as established above, and complete migration may require up to ten (10) business days from the date of the request. During the migration period, WEBSITE may be temporarily deactivated at no liability to PRINTER for any purported damages incurred during said deactivation period. PRINTER will not guarantee that all WEBSITE content previously added and/or modified by CLIENT, or resulting from services paid to a third-party WEBSITE designer by CLIENT will be transferred to new site. PRINTER assumes no responsibility for CLIENT-modified WEBSITE content lost as a result of URL transfer.

14.9 WEBSITE PRODUCT CONFIGURATION, EMAIL ADDRESSES & LOGIN
PRINTER will create WEBSITE and PRINTER will create and transfer to server image files for print-on-demand styles in the proper format for the WEBSITE. Furthermore, PRINTER will create print-on-demand virtual products on CLIENTíS behalf using CLIENTíS production design images and product images that correlate to CLIENTíS fulfillment program. PRINTER will apply the default mark-up and price rounding method to WEBSITE products as specified in CLIENTíS enrollment form submission.

CLIENT will be notified by PRINTER when WEBSITE deployment is complete. WEBSITE will be delivered in generic format, with print-on-demand products pre-created, and completely devoid of custom content. It is CLIENTíS responsibility to customize WEBSITE within the limitations of the CLIENT control panel. Customization is limited to the features available at the time of enrollment, and any subsequent features deployed as a WEBSITE update. PRINTER WILL NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES TO WEBSITE AT CLIENTíS REQUEST IF PRINTER DEEMS SAID CHANGES TO BE DIFFICULT AND OUTSIDE OF THE STANDARD AND EASILY-IMPLEMENTED WEBSITE FEATURES.

By default, all new products are unpublished and, therefore, NOT available for sale. It is CLIENTíS responsibility to publish designs (enable them for sale), edit descriptions, modify pricing, and maintain accurate product availability.

CLIENT will be provided one Admin account (username "admin") and will receive from PRINTER by email a link to establish a password. CLIENT can login to WEBSITE using the Login link or by navigating to the CLIENT WEBSITE URL.

CLIENT will receive two email address forwarders, one for orders and one for general information for the CLIENT website. Each email forwarder will forward system emails (i.e., Contact Us submissions, order confirmations, password reset requests, etc.) to an email address specified by the CLIENT. All order confirmations are automatically sent to the Order Confirmation forwarder, and all Contact Us inquiries and administrative emails are automatically sent to the Information forwarder. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THEY WILL NOT HAVE SMTP/POP MAILBOX ACCESS, AND CLIENT WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL EMAIL FORWARDERS WITHOUT FIRST CONTACTING PRINTER. IF PRINTER CREATES ADDITIONAL FORWARDERS, CLIENT MAY INCUR A ONE-TIME $25 FEE FOR EACH ADDITIONAL EMAIL FORWARDER ADDRESS.

14.10 SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION, MARKETING & GARMENT DELI COMMUNITY
In order to improve product and WEBSITE placement in major search engines, the Garment Deli solution includes built-in Search Engine Optimization (SEO). While SEO does not guarantee content will appear highly-ranked within search engines, it is a critical component to program success. By default, WEBSITE includes proven unique SEO structure in each URL and webpage. CLIENTS retain the ability to adjust SEO appearance by modifying meta-tags on certain website pages, but general structure will go unchanged. It is the sole responsibility of CLIENT to promote and market CLIENTíS business and WEBSITE outside of the Garment Deli domain. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THE ABILITY TO MODIFY SEO TOOLS, INCLUDING META-TAGS, IS NOT ALLOWED ON PAGES SUCH AS ABOUT US, FAQ, GARMENT SUMMARY AND IS LIMITED TO DESIGN & PRODUCT RELATED PAGES.

In order to improve search engine recognition, PRINTER has established a WEBSITE community that can be searched so that each CLIENT account can be discovered within the Garment Deli structure. The community is a list of CLIENT WEBSITES that is published online to the general public and may be visible to consumers visiting the Garment Deli internet domain. PRINTER REQUIRES THAT ALL SUB-LEVEL URL CLIENTS PARTICIPATE IN THE WEBSITE COMMUNITY, AND THEREFORE, SUB-LEVEL URL WEBSITES MAY BE PUBLICALLY PUBLISHED.

14.11 GOOGLE ANALYTICS
By default, WEBSITE includes a basic Google Analytics module enabling CLIENT to add the WEBSITE to the CLIENT'S Google Analytics account. This module does NOT track conversions nor ad campaigns; however, it does enable significant traffic monitoring and more. To enroll in Google Analytics, CLIENT must create an account at http://www.google.com/analytics, obtain a UA number, and input the UA number via the WEBSITE control panel.

14.12 OPTIONAL SERVICES
If CLIENT offers prefabricated items stocked by PRINTER as defined above, CLIENT may choose to offer said items for sale on WEBSITE. To offer stocked items on WEBSITE, CLIENT must purchase inventory management WEBSITE module from PRINTER. This add-on module can be installed and activated for a one-time non-refundable set-up, installation, and training fee of $200. Once installed, CLIENT is responsible for obtaining and/or uploading stocked item product and style images using WEBSITE control panel, and submitting and monitoring inventory levels on WEBSITE.

If CLIENT will blog on WEBSITE, CLIENT must purchase blogging WEBSITE module from PRINTER. This add-on module can be installed and activated for a one-time non-refundable set-up, installation, and training fee of $100. Once installed, CLIENT is responsible for all content appearing in CLIENT blog, which will be subject to all the terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT, including, but not limited to copyright infringement, intellectual property laws, and inappropriate content restrictions.

14.13 CUSTOMIZATION & BANDWIDTH LIMITATIONS
WEBSITE offers a high level of customizability. Examples of out-of-the-box customization options can be found on our Garment Deli Information page and throughout the Garment Deli community. When PRINTER first deploys WEBSITE and grants administrative access to CLIENT, WEBSITE will have virtual print-on-demand products pre-created; however, there will be no custom formatting. CLIENT can use WEBSITEíS control panel to modify colors, upload images, adjust layout, create certain page-specific and design-specific content blocks, change color and style options, modify pricing, change design image background color, clone settings, publish products and more. CLIENT may also utilize a custom style sheet (CSS) to further customize the look and feel of the WEBSITE.

All CLIENT editing will be available through the WEBSITE control panel or via approved web development tools such as CSS. PRINTER acknowledges that all page modifications are logged for future reference. CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THEY WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS TO MODIFY MODULE PHP CODE, JAVA SCRIPT, CERTAIN HTML BLOCKS, AND OTHER BASIC WEBSITE FUNCTIONALITY. CLIENT FURTHER AGREES THAT THEY SHALL NOT DEPLOY OR ATTEMPT TO DEPLOY ANY CODE OR SCRIPT THAT COULD BE CONSIDERED MALICIOUS OR MAY DEGRADATE THE PERFORMANCE OF PRINTERíS FILE SERVER. CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT UPON PRINTERíS DISCOVERY OF ANY ATTEMPT TO MODIFY THE CODE OR BASIC FUNCTIONALITY OF THE WEBSITE AND/OR ANY DETECTED CODE THAT IS DEEMED MALICIOUS BY PRINTER, PRINTER MAY IMMEDIATELY TERMINATE THIS AGREEMENT AND CLIENT WEBSITE WITHOUT NOTICE, AND WILL NOT OFFER ANY REFUND OF ANY PAYMENTS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SET-UP FEES. IN ADDITION, PRINTER AT ITS DISCRETION MAY REFUSE ANY REQUEST TO REACTIVATE WEBSITE IF PRINTER DETERMINES MODIFICATIONS WERE INTENTIONAL. IF OFFENDING CLIENT STOCKS INVENTORY IN THE FULFILLMENT PROGRAM, CLIENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO IMMEDIATELY REMOVE PRODUCT AS SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT.

The WEBSITE control panel provides an interface for CLIENT to implement CSS code that supersedes certain internal styling. PRINTER will not provide any guidance regarding CSS coding, and information about generic internet CSS coding can be found using a variety of internet key word searches. PRINTER strongly advises CLIENT to limit custom CSS coding to CLIENTíS level of expertise as customizing CSS can render WEBSITE incapable of functioning and/or transacting. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT PRINTER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES SUSTAINED BY CLIENT AS A RESULT OF CUSTOM CSS IMPLEMENTATION.

The intent of offering extensive customization is to enable CLIENT to create an individual web presence with unique flair and appearance. To that extent, PRINTER enables CLIENT to install certain types of widgets, scripts, Flash animations, social medial plug-ins, and more. Certain types of component installations use bandwidths in excess of what is deemed to be reasonable, and as such, PRINTER may limit bandwidth usage beyond reasonable amounts. In addition, certain component installations may be limited or filtered out automatically by WEBSITE to prevent potential malicious activities and/or corruption.
 
Because image rendering and other WEBSITE content can be data-intensive, PRINTER has established a maximum included monthly bandwidth of six gigabytes (6GB), which PRINTER believes to be greatly in excess of a reasonable amount. If monthly WEBSITE bandwidth usage exceeds 6GB, PRINTERíS server may automatically deactivate WEBSITE. In the event any single monthly WEBSITE usage exceeds 6GB, and whether or not server automatically deactivates WEBSITE, PRINTER reserves the right to increase the monthly WEBSITE fee by $5/month per each gigabyte in excess of 6GB, rounded up to the next gigabyte. Any increase in monthly fee due to excessive bandwidth usage will be permanent, unless CLIENT removes data-intensive content and provides a written request to PRINTER explaining changes to WEBSITE content. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT PRINTER MAY DISABLE WEBSITE AND/OR INDEFINITELY INCREASE MONTHLY FEE IF MONTHLY BANDWIDTH USAGE EXCEEDS SIX (6) GIGABYTES.

14.14 PRECONFIGURED PAGES
WEBSITE comes preconfigured with a Privacy Policy & User Agreement page and a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. PRINTER strongly advises CLIENT to not modify preconfigured pages. PRINTER, at PRINTERíS discretion, may allow CLIENT to modify preconfigured pages. If CLIENT modifies any preconfigured page, CLIENT does so at CLIENTíS risk. CLIENT is solely responsible for any legal violations and/or financial liabilities resulting from any change to a preconfigured page, including but not limited to changes in warranty and return policies, and order delivery time guarantees. CLIENT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT CLIENT IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL CONSEQUENCES AND LIABILITIES, LEGAL AND FINANCIAL RESULTING FROM CLIENT MODIFICATIONS TO WEBSITE PAGES. FURTHERMORE, CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT CLIENT INDEMNIFIES AND HOLDS PRINTER HARMLESS FOR ANY LEGAL OR FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY RESULTING FROM CLIENT MODIFICATIONS TO WEBSITE PAGES.

14.15 CREATION OF NEW PRODUCTS UPON DESIGN RELEASE
When a WEBSITE CLIENT releases new design images in PRINTERíS fulfillment program, PRINTER will subsequently create internet-compatible art and all possible new virtual product permutations on WEBSITE. This process, which first requires PRINTER to process design images and assign design identifications, may take up to two business days to perform AFTER design images have been released within the standard fulfillment program. UPON CREATION OF NEW VIRTUAL PRODUCTS, ALL NEWLY-RELEASED DESIGNS AND PRODUCTS ARE: UNPUBLISHED, ASSIGNED DEFAULT PRICING, AND ARE AVAILABLE IN ALL CLIENT STYLES AND COLORS. It is the CLIENTíS responsibility to make any adjustments to colors, available styles, pricing, product publishing, and all other configuration changes. CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES TO SOLE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL PUBLISHED PRODUCT OFFERINGS AND PRICING FOR ALL PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FOR SALE ON WEBSITE.

14.16 SHIPPING
Domestic (United States) shipping table rates are preconfigured within WEBSITE for shipping costs. The WEBSITE default set up also includes an additional amount added to shipping fees to account for branding, packaging and handling activities. As such Shipping PLUS CLIENTS should net an overall profit from shipping fees paid by the end-consumer on average. CLIENT may at its discretion, adjust the default incremental fee. If CLIENT has chosen the Shipping BASIC plan, it is likely that the shipping rates plus the incremental charged on the WEBSITE will result in a slight loss of profit to the CLIENT and in this case PRINTER recommends that the incremental shipping fee be adjusted for all Shipping BASIC CLIENTS. CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT CLIENT CANNOT ADJUST SHIPPING PRICES BELOW PRINTERíS PRECONFIGURED PRICING, CLIENT IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR WEBSITE SHIPPING RATES FOR ALL PUBLISHED PRODUCTS AND UNDERSTANDS THAT SHIPPING MAY BE BELOW COST IF CLIENT HAS CHOSEN TO REMAIN ON THE SHIPPING BASIC PROGRAM.

International (non-US) shipping rates are calculated dynamically using an Application Programming Interface (API) that submits weight and destination to the United States Postal Service. CLIENT may at its discretion, modify the default international incremental fee to the calculated amount via WEBSITEíS control panel. PRINTER charges CLIENT an incremental handling fee for international and military shipments as defined in the above. CLIENT cannot modify any other aspect of the WEBSITE international shipping module.

14.17 THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
WEBSITE may contain links to third party websites. Any such links are provided solely as a convenience to CLIENT, and the inclusion of any such links does not imply endorsement by PRINTER of any third party websites or any association between PRINTER and the operators of any third party websites. Any such third party websites are not under the control of PRINTER, and PRINTER is not responsible for the content of any such third party websites or any damages incurred by CLIENT as a result of CLIENT using any such third party websites.

14.18 DATA BACKUP
PRINTER makes every effort to maintain a backup of critical operational files. In the event of data loss, PRINTER will make every reasonable effort to restore all WEBSITE content to its pre-loss state; however, CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT CLIENT IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROTECTION AND BACKUP OF ALL CLIENT INFORMATION, DATA, AND CONTENT THAT CLIENT CUSTOMIZES AND UPLOADS TO WEBSITE VIA WEBSITE CONTROL PANEL. CLIENT FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT PRIOR TO THE TERMINATION OF ANY SERVICES FROM PRINTER, CLIENT WILL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TRANSITION OF ALL CLIENT INFORMATION, DATA, AND CONTENT FROM WEBSITE TO CLIENTíS OWN SERVER OR A THIRD PARTY SERVICE PROVIDER. In the event that CLIENT requires assistance from PRINTER in accessing or transitioning any CLIENT information, data, and content, from WEBSITE, such transition services shall be provided at the sole option of PRINTER at the then current rates charged by PRINTER for such services. Notwithstanding the foregoing, PRINTER shall not be liable to CLIENT or any third party for the loss of any information, data or content.

14.19 REMEDIES AVAILABLE
In the event that network downtime, infrastructure downtime, or hardware replacement that does not occur in the time specified occurs, CLIENT is eligible, as defined below, for a service credit equal to five percent (5%) of the monthly fee CLIENT pays for the WEBSITE after the first twelve (12) hours that the event occurs. For each additional continuous twenty-four (24) hour period, following the initial twelve (12) hours that network downtime, infrastructure downtime, or hardware replacement that does not occur in the time specified occurs, CLIENT is eligible, as defined below, for a service credit equal to five percent (5%) of the monthly fee CLIENT pays for the WEBSITE up to a maximum of one hundred percent (100%) of the monthly fee payable by CLIENT for the WEBSITE.

CLIENT credit eligibility for WEBSITE issues defined herein begins at the time CLIENT notifies PRINTER, and is defined as WEBSITE downtime, infrastructure downtime, or hardware replacement that meets the following criteria:

a) Downtime or hardware failure is reported to PRINTER by CLIENT and a ticket is created;

b) Downtime or hardware failure is verified by the PRINTERíS technology team;

c) Downtime or hardware failure persists at the time of notification;

d) CLIENT must be a CLIENT in good standing and not in violation of any provision in this AGREEMENT.

Credits will NOT be issued to CLIENT in the following circumstances:

a) Downtime or hardware failure is caused by CLIENT or parties authorized by CLIENT to modify WEBSITE;

b) CLIENT is past due on debts to PRINTER at the time the downtime or hardware failure occurs;

c) Downtime or hardware failure is due to a failure of power, facilities, network or infrastructure not provided, owned, or managed by PRINTER;

d) Downtime or hardware failure is caused by what is legally considered an Act of God;

e) Downtime or hardware failure is caused by maintenance performed with prior notification to CLIENT;

f) Downtime or hardware failure is due to hacker activity, a denial of service attack, or any other malicious event targeted at PRINTER, the PRINTERíS network, the PRINTERíS server and network services providers, or any CLIENT of PRINTER.

14.20 MODIFICATION OF SERVICES
CLIENT acknowledges and agrees that WEBSITE and WEBSITE features may periodically be enhanced or changed in good faith to include additional features and PRINTER may modify any features of WEBSITE immediately and without notice to CLIENT. In the event that CLIENT is dissatisfied with any material modifications to WEBSITE, CLIENTíS sole and exclusive remedy will be to disable WEBSITE and request a pro rata refund of any prepaid fees excluding initial set-up fees.

14.21 DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES WEBSITE AND ALL SERVICES PROVIDED TO CLIENT BY PRINTER AND ITS SUPPLIERS ARE PROVIDED ON AN ďAS ISĒ BASIS WITHOUT ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT PRINTER DOES NOT REPRESENT OR WARRANT THAT WEBSITE OR ANY SERVICES WILL MEET CLIENT REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE RECEIPT OR USE OF WEBSITE OR ANY SERVICES WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE. PRINTER HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES NOT EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THESE TERMS OF SERVICE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.

15 ASSIGNMENT
Neither this AGREEMENT nor any payment, claim or interest hereunder are assignable or transferable to other parties without the prior written notice to PRINTER and agreement of said other parties to accept all current debts, terms, and applicable current pricing structure and fees, in which case PRINTER will agree to the assignment or transfer.

16 CHOICE OF LAW
Irrespective of the place of performance, this AGREEMENT will be construed and interpreted according to the laws of the State of Illinois from which PRINTER's AGREEMENT is issued. Any dispute arising under this AGREEMENT which is not settled by agreement of the parties will be litigated or arbitrated in the state or federal courts of the State of Illinois from which PRINTER's AGREEMENT is issued.

17 COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS, REGULATIONS, INDEMNIFICATION AND HOLD HARMLESS CLAUSE
CLIENT agrees to indemnify and hold PRINTER harmless of and from all claims, actions, causes of action and losses, including reasonable attorney fees and court costs, arising out of or in conjunction with any matter and/or endeavor undertaken by the CLIENT outside the scope and authority of the terms of this AGREEMENT and/or in violation of the direction of the owners of GAFY, LLC to the extent that such claims, actions, causes of action and losses are not otherwise covered by a policy of insurance which actually defends and pays therefore and so long as such claims, actions, causes of action and losses are not occasioned by the PRINTERíS willful wrongdoing or criminal wrongdoing.

18 FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL TAXES
Except as may be otherwise provided in this AGREEMENT, the price includes all applicable federal, state and local taxes and duties except sales tax which is the sole responsibility of CLIENT.

19 FORCE MAJEURE
PRINTER shall not be liable for delays in manufacturing or delivery resulting from any circumstances beyond PRINTER'S reasonable control not occasioned by PRINTERíS fault or negligence or due to compliance with any sovereign decrees, orders, acts, instructions or priority requests of any federal, state, or municipal government or any department or agency thereof, civil or military, Acts of God, acts or failures to act of CLIENT, fires, floods, strikes, lockouts, embargoes or incidents of international or domestic terrorism. Upon the happening of any circumstances or causes aforesaid, the PRINTER shall notify CLIENT without delay and any relief granted to the PRINTER shall be limited to an extension of delivery dates or times of performance to the extent caused thereby.

20 NEWS OR ADVERTISING RELEASE
No news release in any way relating to CLIENT or PRINTER concerning the AGREEMENT shall be made by either party to any news media or the general public without prior approval of both parties in writing.

21 LIENS
PRINTER warrants that, on the date CLIENT pays for all the supplies or goods delivered under this AGREEMENT, all liens, rights of lien and claims against CLIENT or the supplies or goods arising by virtue of work performed by PRINTER or any subcontractor with respect to the provision of the supplies or goods will have been released or satisfied. Upon request, PRINTER will provide to CLIENT certification, together with receipts, releases or other satisfactory evidence in support thereof, stating that no such liens, right of lien or claims exist on such date of payment. Each continuing monthly bill showing payment for the previous month shall serve as proof of satisfaction and lien release unless additional certification is requested.

22 CONFIDENTIALITY
Both parties understand and agree that this AGREEMENT is confidential and agree, except as required by law or in connection with pursuing their rights under this AGREEMENT, not to disclose its terms or the fact of its execution to any other person or entity without the prior written consent of a duly authorized officer of the other party. The non-disclosure language contained in this AGREEMENT does not apply to disclosures made to either parties attorney or tax advisor, so long as the excepted individuals are provided with a copy of this paragraph and agree not to disclose further such information except in accordance with the terms of this AGREEMENT.

In addition, PRINTER specifically understands that the nature and content of each CLIENT product line shall also be considered confidential following the same rules as described above.

23 CHANGES TO TERMS & CONDITIONS
Due to changes in the industry or processes or any other reason including but not limited to omission or to make clarifications, this AGREEMENT may change from time to time. PRINTER will inform CLIENT of any changes by email sent to CLIENTíS registered contact address, details of any change being implemented.

24 SEVERABILITY
If any provision, clause, sentence, paragraph, section, or part of this AGREEMENT or application thereof to any person or circumstance, shall for any reason be adjudged by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, said judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder of this AGREEMENT and the application of such provision to other persons or circumstances, but shall be confined in its operation to the provision, clause, sentence, paragraph, section, or part thereof directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment shall have been rendered and to the person and circumstances affected thereby.

25 NON-SOLICITATION
During the term of this AGREEMENT and for one year after any termination of this AGREEMENT, CLIENT will not, without the prior written consent of PRINTER, either directly or indirectly, on CLIENT'S own behalf or in the service or on behalf of others, solicit or attempt to solicit, divert or hire away any person employed by PRINTER, any company related to PRINTER or any other customer of PRINTER. Penalty for violation of the clause will be no less than $12,500 to defray training fees and costs to replace any employee subject to this clause. CLIENT further agrees that PRINTER maintains protected trade information with regard to practices and clients and any violation of this clause will be subject of audit at CLIENTíS expense and remittance of all proceeds gained from protected information directly to PRINTER for a period of no less than 5 years.

26 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, EXCEPT FOR ANY INDEMNIFICATION OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER OR CLIENT BREACH OF ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, CONFIDENTIALITY OBLIGATIONS AND/OR PROPRIETARY INTERESTS RELATING TO THE AGREEMENT, (i) IN NO EVENT SHALL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE UNDER THE AGREEMENT FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, EXEMPLARY, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR ANY OTHER THEORY, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND NOTWITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY, AND (ii) EACH PARTYíS AGGREGATE LIABILITY UNDER THE AGREEMENT IS LIMITED TO THE NET AMOUNT RECEIVED AND RETAINED BY THAT PARTICULAR PARTY IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT DURING THE THREE MONTH PERIOD IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE DATE OF THE CLAIM. Each party acknowledges that the other party has entered into the AGREEMENT relying on the limitations of liability stated herein and that those limitations are an essential basis of the bargain between the parties.

27 COMMUNICATIONS
In connection with CLIENT use of services under AGREEMENT, PRINTER may contact CLIENT regarding announcements, administrative messages, and other information. CLIENT may also contact PRINTER via its Contact Page.


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