Terms of Service and Privacy Policy

EFFECTIVE AS OF: April 17, 2020

LAST UPDATED: April 17, 2020

PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. IT SETS FORTH THE LEGALLY BINDING TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR YOUR USE OF THE SERVICE.

Introduction and Overview

Welcome! Thanks for using the TheftReport website (“Service”). The Service is provided by Assured Insurance Technologies, Inc (“TheftReport”), located at 3 Peter Coutts Circle, Stanford CA 94305, United States.

By using our Service, you agree to these terms and conditions (“Terms”). Please read them carefully.

Our goal is to level the playing field and make legal help accessible to the most vulnerable in society.

At any time, TheftReport may change these Terms by updating this posting, or emailing you at the email address you provided. You should visit this posting to review these Terms from time to time.

In these Terms, references to TheftReport include its parents, affiliates, directors and employees.

Who Can Use The Service

The Service is available to anyone who is eighteen (18) years of age and older, has a valid email address, a valid credit card, and has enrolled in the Service at Theftreport.org. We reserve the right to refuse access to the Service or cancel your account at any time for any reason.

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TheftReport is Not a Law Firm:

TheftReport provides a platform for legal information and self-help. The information provided by TheftReport along with the content on our website related to legal matters (“Legal Information”) is provided for your private use and does not constitute legal advice. We do not review any information you provide us for legal accuracy or sufficiency, draw legal conclusions, provide opinions about your selection of forms, or apply the law to the facts of your situation.

If you need legal advice for a specific problem, you should consult with licensed attorney.. As TheftReport is not a law firm, please note that any communications between you and a TheftReport may not be protected under the attorney-client privilege doctrine.

TheftReport is Not Law Enforcement