Terms of Service

Effective Date: February 1, 2013
Welcome to CoachNow! We invite you to access our web sites and use the CoachNow Service, but please note that your invitation is subject to your review and agreement with these Terms of Service. This document describes in detail your rights and our rights relating to the Service, so please review these Terms carefully.

What Are The Terms of Service?

The Terms of Service constitutes a contract between us. The Terms include the provisions set forth in this document and in the CoachNow Privacy Policy and other terms or conditions that may be presented to you from time to time in connection with specific Service offerings (all of which we collectively refer to as the “Terms of Service” or “Terms”). If you do not agree to these Terms, you do not have the right to access or use our Service. If you do use our Service, your use shall be deemed to confirm your acceptance of the Terms and your agreement to be a party to this binding contract.

By using the Service, you acknowledge, accept and agree with all provisions of the Privacy Policy, including, without limitation, the use and treatment of your Account Information and your Content in accordance with such Privacy Policy.

What Is The CoachNow Service?

The CoachNow Service consists of CoachNow Software (as defined below), and other products, services and web sites hosted or made available by CoachNow, which enable you to do many wonderful things on multiple computer devices and systems (collectively, the “Service”). In exchange for being enabled to use the Service, you agree to abide by these Terms.
If This Is A Contract, Who Are The Parties?

You are one party to the contract. If you reside in the United States or Canada, then the other party to this contract is CoachNow Corporation, a corporation headquartered in California.

Is This The Only Contract I Have with CoachNow?

It depends on how you use our Service. If you install any CoachNow Software on your computing devices, you may be asked to agree to an end user license agreement. If you use related CoachNow products or services, such as CoachNow Business, or participate in our User Forum, you may also need to enter into a separate agreement (usually by clicking “accept” or “agree”) with us. We refer to each of these as a “Separate Agreement.” If that happens, the Separate Agreement shall take precedence if there is a conflict between those terms and these Terms, to the extent of such conflict and with respect to the particular subject matter of that Separate Agreement…………….