Participant Terms of Research Procedure
PMA Everlasting Peptide Longevity (“DripDok,” “we,” “us,” “our”) thank you for visiting our website (the “Site”) or mobile application (the “App”). These Terms of Research Procedure(s) (“Terms”) govern your access to and use of the Site and the App and their related internet-based research procedures, features, content, and functionality, including the Appointment Booking Research Procedure (the “Booking Research Procedure” and, together with the Site and the App, the “Research Procedure” or “Research Procedures”).
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By using the Research Procedure, you acknowledge that you have read, accepted, and agreed to be bound by these Terms.
1. ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS
These Terms constitute an electronic contract that explains the legally binding terms of your use of the Research Procedure. By using the Research Procedure, you accept and agree to these Terms and any conditions or notices contained or referenced within. You acknowledge that these Terms may be modified by us at any time, in our sole discretion, and that any modifications will be effective upon posting. Your continued use of the Research Procedure shall indicate your acceptance of any modified terms. Further, you agree that we may at any time, in our sole discretion, with or without prior notice to you, modify, cancel, update, reconfigure, supplement, limit, terminate, or otherwise alter the Research Procedure or any part thereof, including as between different users, whether temporarily or permanently.
We reserve the right to, and you acknowledge and consent that we may (but are not required to), monitor the Research Procedure to the extent permitted by law, including your communications and activities via the Research Procedure, and in connection with your access and use of the Research Procedure, including without limitation, the information provided by you and information about your geolocation.
2. USER ACCOUNT
When you create a User Account, you agree to take full responsibility for maintaining the confidentiality of your access credentials used to log into the Research Procedure (e.