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    FAQ

    While most companies aren’t exactly transparent when it comes to shipping times, NolimitsSociety doesn’t beat around the bush. Thanks to our shipping calculator, you can easily determine how long deliveries will take based on destination and order value.

    Besides offering one of the quickest turnaround times in the industry (inside of 48-hours for 95% of orders), NolimitsSociety also promises affordable, straightforward shipping costs.

    Shipping price is based solely upon order value (the production cost we charge you), and there are no hidden fees. For comparison’s sake, our competitors base their costs on which product types are ordered, individual product prices, and item count. This can prove to be overly complex, and you won’t deal with this headache when opting for NolimitsSociety. 

    Where your orders will be produced depends on your selection during the registration process. NolimitsSociety has 3 production facilities in Europe and 2 production facilities in the USA

    If your orders are produced in Europe:

    Products in Europe will either be produced in our main office in Leipzig, Germany or one of our bigger production facilities in Krupka, Czech Republic or Legnica, Poland.  

    If your orders are produced in the USA:

    Your products will be produced at one of SPOD’s two U.S. print facilities. Our Greensburg, Pennsylvania, and Las Vegas, Nevada facilities are well-versed in quality and speed, assuring an ideal buying (and selling) experience and have the resources on-hand for a high ceiling of upward scaling.

    The Greensburg facility houses eleven cutting-edge printers, clocking in at an average print time of 5.72 seconds per product. With forty-nine employees on hand, the plant produces an average of 3,100 products per day. Meanwhile, the Vegas facility employs the services of twelve printers and thirty-six employees, giving that facility an average print time of 5.83 seconds per product and 2,304 products printed per day.

    For various reasons, there are some countries that NolimitsSociety cannot ship to.

    Below is a complete list of all the countries that NolimitsSociety cannot process orders for. 

    From NLS Store European facilities: 

    • Packstations in Germany
    • Argentina
    • Australia
    • Cuba
    • Djibouti
    • Guadeloupe
    • Iran
    • Iraq
    • Kyrgyzstan
    • Lebanon
    • Liberia
    • Libya
    • Marshall Islands
    • Micronesia
    • New Zealand
    • North Korea
    • Northern Maria Island
    • Norway
    • Reunion
    • Samoa
    • Somalia
    • South Africa
    • South Sudan
    • State of Palestine
    • Sudan
    • Switzerland 
    • Syria
    • The United States of America
    • Yemen

    From NLS Store U.S. facilities: 

    • Afghanistan
    • Argentina
    • Belize
    • Cuba
    • Djibouti
    • El Salvador
    • Guernsey
    • Guatemala
    • Iran
    • Iraq
    • Jersey
    • Jordan
    • Kyrgyzstan
    • Lebanon
    • Liberia
    • Libya
    • Marshall Islands
    • Micronesia
    • North Korea
    • North Macedonia
    • Northern Maria Island
    • Russia
    • Samoa
    • Somalia
    • South Africa
    • South Sudan
    • State of Palestine
    • Sudan
    • Syria
    • Uruguay
    • Virgin Islands
    • Yemen

    NolimitsSociety’s customer service team is working Monday through Friday with phone hours:

    • US team: Monday – Friday 9 am – 6 pm (EST
    • EU team: Monday – Friday 9 am – 6 pm (CET

    During the holiday season, our customer service teams are here to support you with extended phone hours. From November 29th-December 23rd, 2022:

    • NA team: Monday-Friday 8 am-7 pm, and Saturday, December 11th, 10 am-2 pm
    • EU team: Monday-Friday 8 am-7 pm, Saturday 10 am-2 pm

    Please note that we will be closed on Fridays December 24th and 31st.

    NolimitsSociety’s production facilities are usually open Monday through Friday, from 6:30 am to 11:30 pm (local time). Shipments are picked up daily by the carrier (times vary). During peak seasons we extend our production working hours as required. 

    All NolimitsSociety’s North American sites and offices are closed on the following dates:

    • January 17, 2022
    • February 21, 2022
    • April 15, 2022
    • May 30, 2022
    • June 20, 2022
    • July 4, 2022
    • September 5, 2022
    • October 10, 2022
    • November 11, 2022
    • November 24, 2022
    • December 23, 2022
    • December 26, 2022

    Our European facilities work on different schedules since all 3 productions are in different countries and have different holidays.

    Offices and Production in Leipzig, GermanyProduction in PolandProduction in the Czech Republic
    January 1, 2022June 3, 2021July 5, 2021
    January 1, 2022January 1, 2022January 1, 2022
    January 7, 2022January 6-7, 2022January 7, 2022
    April 15, 2022April 18, 2022April 15, 2022
    April 18, 2022May 1, 2022April 18, 2022
    May 1, 2022May 3, 2022May 1, 2022
    May 26, 2022May 5, 2022May 8, 2022
    June 6, 2022June 5, 2022July 5-6, 2022
    October 3, 2022June 16, 2022September 28, 2022
    October 31, 2022August 15, 2022October 28, 2022
    November 16, 2022November 1, 2022November 17, 2022
    December 25-26, 2022November 11, 2022December 24-26, 2022
    December 31, 2022December 25-26, 2022December 31, 2022
     December 31, 2022 

    Under the “Orders” section in your dashboard, you will find a list of your orders. By clicking on an order, you will see its status.

    NolimitsSociety cannot process partial fulfillment orders. 

    This means, that you can only process an order if you request fulfillment for all the items in the order. 

    If you would like some items not to be fulfilled, then you need to cancel the order and place it again with the items removed, then request fulfillment for the complete order. 

    As soon as NolimitsSociety ships your order, a tracking ID/URL is provided for the order in the dashboard. Check the tracking status of individual orders from the dashboard by clicking “Orders” and then selecting the order in question.

    Please note: Payment has to be accepted before we produce an order, which means the item will only have a tracking link when the item is in production.

    If you have an address in the USA and your orders are shipped from one of our US production locations, your address will be automatically set as the RTS (Return to Sender) address.

    If you live outside the US or the orders are shipped from our European production locations, then NolimitsSociety’s address will be automatically set as an RTS address.

    If an order is placed that is out of stock, it will be flagged as “needs action” in the dashboard. When clicked, there will be more details stating which action is specifically required. 

    We will put the item in production as soon as it is in stock, normally within the next 28 days. However, if you do not wish to wait, you can replace the item with a similar product. It may be advisable to contact us to discuss product replacements.

    Finally, it is also possible to simply delete the order.

    FAQs and answers about order process

    Customers have the ability to create “manual orders” which are special orders placed on behalf of the customer. These are similar to standard orders, and we’ll proceed with the traditional process once the payment has been received. All the customer has to do is send their order specification to order@nolimitssociety.site or info@nolimitssociety.site and complete their payment.

    It’s important to remember that all orders need a proper shipping address. If the shipping address is incomplete or missing, the orders will not be created. In order to proceed with production, the proper shipping address will need to be submitted.

    If you believe the shipping address is correct and the order hasn’t shipped within 48 hours, then please contact order@nolimitssociety.site or info@nolimitssociety.site .

    Once you have approved an order, there is still a chance to edit or cancel the order, but only before it is taken into production. You can cancel the order via order@nolimitssociety.site . You can also change the shipping address before an order moves to In Production status. 

    Once an order moves to In Production there is no longer an option to edit the details of the order or cancel it. NolimitsSociety will not refund orders that need to have details changed, or be canceled.

    Design, Products & Printing

    Digital Direct, also called DTG or Direct-to-garment, is the standard print method for NLS. As a customer, you’re able to change the print method to plot printing — if it’s possible for the selected design. You can see if a design is eligible for plot printing by clicking on the design and opening the color selection. If it is available, you will be able to select Flex, Special Flex, and Flock as printing methods.

    Digital Direct

    In computer-controlled production, design colors are sprayed onto the product. Digital Direct is a fan favorite and NLS standard print method (selected by default).

    • Available for all file formats
    • Vivid print results
    • The design surface feels smooth

    Thermo sublimation

    The design is initially printed on a transfer foil and then put onto the product by means of thermal evaporation.

    • Available for all file formats
    • Minimum resolution for pixel graphics: 400dpi
    • Used to print on accessories like mugs and phone cases
    • Results in a colorized product surface

    Digital Transfer/Laser Transfer

    The design is initially printed onto transfer foil and then printed on the product by applying heat. White products use a transparent foil, colored products use a white transfer foil.

    • Available for all file formats
    • Used to print on accessories like bags and caps

    Flex Printing

    The design is printed onto matte foil and then heat-pressed on the product.

    • The design must be in a vector graphics file.
    • Maximum of three colors per design.
    • Suitable for text and smaller designs (e.g. logos).
    • Once printed the design feels smooth.

    Flock Printing

    The design is cut out of a velvety foil and then heat-pressed onto the product.

    • The design must be in a vector graphics file.
    • Maximum of three colors per design.
    • Once printed the design feels velvety.

    Special Flex 

    With a similar Flex printing process, this special method is used for special effect foils, like glitter or glow-in-the-dark.

    • The design must be in a vector graphics file.
    • Suitable for text and simple designs.
    • Only one color per design is possible.

    Please note: For all plot prints (flex, flock, and special flex printing), an extra $2.50 / 2,50€ will be added to the product price when they are selected. This is a one-time charge per product, not per design or print area.

    Laundry test for best print results

    Before products are added to our range, we make sure they live up to our high standards with thorough testing. Products and prints must go through a cycle of ten washes without losing color saturation before we consider them satisfactory for our customers. We accept nothing but brilliant prints with realistic color reproduction. This is the best way to establish quality assurance.

    Colors may look different on the printed item than they appear on your monitor. This may be due to different reasons:

    • To print pixel designs, we need to render the color scheme from RGB to CMYK and make color corrections if necessary. This may lead to slight color variations.
    • Every screen displays colors differently. A combination of brightness, contrast, and saturation can change color effects significantly.
    • The color of the fabrics has an effect on the print result. The example below illustrates how different colors come out on white, black, and different-colored fabrics.

    Color chart (Kornit)

    Color chart

    The print result on white, black, and red fabrics (Kornit)

    Print result

    Color chart (Brother)

    Colortest digital print

    The print result on white, black, and red fabrics (Brother)

    Print result

    Certificates and official seals exist to document criteria like the cultivation and production of cotton as well as the production conditions in which the goods are manufactured (e.g. the absence of lead in children’s items and other matters related to lead or PVC content). All certificates must be renewed regularly.

    We continually strive to keep up-to-date on the most current information about our more than 30 manufacturers and suppliers.

    Here you can find an overview of the certificates, official seals, and codices that were presented to us before this page’s last update (10/2020). If a manufacturer cannot be found here, this does not mean that this company’s products do not have certificates rather that no certificates were presented before this page’s most recent update. We ask you to please bear this in mind.

    Textiles

    American Apparel

    This wholesaler from Los Angeles, CA produces exclusively on-site – an approach that the company calls “vertically integrated manufacturing.” The wages are significantly higher than the United States’ minimum wage. You can find more information on their website.

    www.americanapparel.net

    Anvil

    Anvil supports environmental protection and the ethical treatment of their employees. Measures are taken to ensure that their “employees recognize their environmental and social responsibilities and act accordingly.” You can find more information on their website. Certificates and official seals: Member of Organic Trade Association & Organic Exchange, WRAP Certified, Corporate signatory to SAI.

    www.anvilknitwear.com

    Augusta

    The Augusta Sportswear Group (ASG) is committed to ensuring that all suppliers meet these workplace criteria. ASG follows the correction action plan (CAP) and enforces it upon each facility they work with in regards to sourcing and production of any of their goods. For further information please visit the Augusta website.

    www.augustasportswear.com

    Bayside

    Our Goal is Quality First! From Yarn to Finished Garment, Everything About Our Product is IN RESPONSE TO OUR CUSTOMERS EVER CHANGING NEEDS. We are proud to offer an innovative line of products with unparalleled color and style.

    www.usabayside.com

    Bella/ALO Sport/Canvas

    Bella believes in a healthy, balanced lifestyle that minimizes its impact on the environment. You can find more information on their website.

    www.bella.com

    BestSub

    Founded in 2000, BestSub Technologies Co Limited is a professional sublimation expert with decades of experience, specializing in manufacturing and marketing various sublimation items and toner laser transfer products. They have developed business in over 200 countries.  For more about them, please visit their website.

    www.bestsub.com

    Broder Bros. (Distributor)

    Broder Bros., Co. has dedicated itself to being a responsible corporate citizen and holds itself to the highest ethical business standards. A social accountability statement has been published and enforced for both internal practices and those of their customers, vendors, and factories. They also have a partnership with U.S. Customs & Border Protection in a trade program that is designed to help secure America’s borders and ensure the continued free flow of international trade. Brands carried: Harriton, Big Accessories, Champion, Gildan, Fruit of the Loom, Anvil, Jerzees, Flexfit, Badger. You can find more information on their website.

    www.broderbros.com

    Champion

    Champion, a part of Hanesbrands, is proud to have implemented a rigorous set of standards for its company-owned facilities and its suppliers for well over a decade. All suppliers are fully audited before production begins on all products, and annually thereafter. Hanesbrands has also quietly become a leader in energy management and aspires to be an international apparel industry leader in overall environmental responsibility and stewardship. You can find more information on their website.

    www.championusa.com

    Cotton Heritage/Roochi Traders, Inc.

    Roochi Traders, Inc. is committed to ensuring our products are produced in safe, humane, legal, and fair working conditions. We will not work with companies engaged in the use of forced labor or workers suffering illegal restrictions. We require that all companies that do business with complying with all local laws in regards to working hours and safety standards. We conduct frequent ethical audits on factories to verify all ethical practices are being enforced.

    www.cottonheritage.com

    District Made (c/o SanMar)

    We seek out suppliers that adhere to our rigorous social compliance standards and global operating principles. These Principles are based on labor standards established by the International Labor Organization. All factory selection and vetting are based on these principles and labor standards established by the International Labor Organization, as well as a system of comprehensive compliance audits and a demonstrated commitment to product safety.

    www.sanmar.com

    Dyenomite Apparel

    Dyenomite excels in quality control & job creation. Our tie-dye is American as apple pie! At Dyenomite Apparel, we are proud to be able to say that all of our tie dyes are hand-tied and hand-dyed in the U.S.A. Housing our production headquarters in the U.S.A. not only allows us significant quality control over our products, but it also affords us the opportunity to give back to the community in the form of job creation. In fact, Dyenomite was recently awarded the Inc. Magazine Hire Power Award for its remarkable job-creation successes.

    www.dyenomite.com

    Eco Bags

    All of Eco Bags’ products are manufactured in a socially responsible, fair-wage, and fair-labor environment. Eco Bags uses Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) – SKAL Certified Organic cotton, Recycled cotton, Natural cotton, Hemp-cotton blends, PET (Polyethylene terephthalate), and NWPP (Non-woven Polypropylene). Eco Bags’ cotton is natural, untreated, and unbleached. They strive to offer the most sustainable materials available and their goals are reusability and the use of renewable fiber crops. You can find more information on their website and on their general material information page.

    www.ecobags.com

    Econscious

    Corporate Responsibility is woven into the fabric of econscious. It informs and inspires our business model and our practices every day. We are part of a worldwide movement towards “responsible capitalism,” providing goods and services while embracing the “Three E’s” of sustainability, which is: Ecological Sustainability; Social Equity; and Economic Vitality. The tenets of Corporate Responsibility dictate that we look carefully at the economic impacts of our business. We provide high-quality products and services at competitive prices, but we look beyond our financial success. We consider the ethical, legal, and cultural implications of what we do. For more information about Econscious, please visit their website.

    www.econscious.net

    Fruit of the Loom

    Fruit of the Loom holds a policy against engaging in any unlawful activities and will not buy or sell products or services provided through the use of any illegal or unethical practices.

    www.fruitoftheloom.com

    Gildan

    This supplier is a member of the Fair Labor Association and runs biological wastewater treatment systems for two textile facilities in Honduras and the Dominican Republic. Gildan commits itself to “sustainable development, progressive hiring and employment practices, first-class working conditions, community involvement and support, compliance with environmental laws and regulations, and continuing constructive dialogue with NGOs and all stakeholders in our corporate citizenship program.” You can find more information on their website.

    www.gildan.com

    Hanes

    Hanes has Hanesbrands’ Core Values which include their Integrity/Ethical Standards. They also have an employee code of conduct and a supplier code of conduct: the Global Standards for Suppliers. You can find more information on their website.

    • Certificates and official seals: Oeko-tex Standard 100, member of the FLA

    www.hanesbrands.com

    Heritage Sportswear (Distributor)

    Heritage Sportswear was established in 1982 and is the Midwest’s largest independent distributor of blank apparel and accessories. Based in Hebron, Ohio, the company is a distributor for more than 47 retail and wholesale brands including Sierra Pacific, Robinson Apparel, Boxxerz, Liberty Bags, Hanes, Anvil, Gildan, Fruit of the Loom, Trecento, Liberty Bags. You can find more information on their website.

    www.web.herspw.com

    Hi5

    Sol’s – The Fair Spirit. Many of Hi5’s products are produced exclusively for Spreadshirt. They can be distinguished by the label ‘Spreadshirt’ on the article with the exception of Spreadshirt’s Women’s Long Sleeve shirt and Spreadshirt’s Women’s Spaghetti top, which are produced by Continental Clothing (see above). Hi5’ss production facility is regularly checked and certified by the auditing organization CSCC.

    • Spreadshirt’s Code of Conduct: signed. The company has its own code of conduct.
    • Certificates and official seals: Oeko-tex Standard 100, CSCC-Certificate

    www.hi5-textildruck.de

    Independent Trading Company

    We hold our factories to the highest ethical and environmental standards. Our factories are annually inspected by a non-affiliated third-party auditing company. Our factories are WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production) certified. WRAP is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the certification of lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing throughout the world. The objective of the Apparel Certification Program is to independently monitor and certify compliance with the following standards, ensuring that a given factory produces sewn goods under lawful, humane, and ethical conditions.

    www.independenttradingco.com

    J. America Sportswear

    J.America is committed to ensuring our products are produced in safe, humane, legal, and fair working conditions. We are proud to be one in a very select group of Participating Company affiliated with the Fair Labor Association (FLA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting workers’ rights and improving working conditions in factories worldwide. J.America’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) mission is to conduct business in an ethical manner, to promote and protect workers’ rights worldwide, and to help improve working conditions by partnering with our global supply chain.

    www.jamericasportswear.com

    Jerzees

    Russell Corporation (Jerzees’ parent company) takes its responsibilities seriously and believes that “being a good corporate citizen starts with being a good employer.” Russell continually reviews its policies, procedures, and benefits to ensure that what it provides its employees is fair and supports both the business and the employees’ needs. You can find more information on the Russell brand website.

    www.jerzees.com/

    Joto Paper

    Joto has become a leader in providing sublimation printing systems, sublimation inks, and sublimation blanks for all levels of users. Committed to offering the highest quality of products and services to our customers, Joto is continually looking for new products and decoration solutions that can help our customers grow their businesses. Joto’s blanks have been tested and certified by the Oeko-tex Standard against harmful substances. Supplier of mugs, water bottles, and phone and tablet covers and cases.

    • Certificates and official seals: Oeko-tex Standard 100

    www.jotopaper.com

    LAT Apparel/Rabbitskins/Code V

    LAT Apparel/Rabbitskins/Code V has complied with all aspects of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 passed by Congress. LAT is also committed to requiring and upholding fair labor standards and practices. You can find more information on their website.

    www.latapparel.com

    MV Sport

    MV Sport is committed to conducting its business affairs in a socially responsible manner consistent with the rules and regulations of the U.S. Department of Labor. MV Sport expects nothing less of its business partners. Therefore, MV Sport will not do business with those who engage in business practices or follow workplace standards inconsistent with this Code of Conduct. For a full listing of standards and compliances visit the website.

    www.mvsport.com

    Next Level

    Next Level Apparel is committed to:

    • A standard of excellence in every aspect of the business and in every corner of the world
    • Responsible conduct in all of the operations
    • Respect for the rights of all individuals
    • Respect for the environment
    • Social responsibility

    www.nextlevelapparel.com

    Port & Company

    Port & Company is committed to conducting business in a socially responsible manner. This includes recognizing that we have a responsibility towards ensuring that slavery and trafficking do not occur in our supply chain. We seek to operate in compliance with the highest standard and all applicable national laws wherever we do business and to respect and support international principles aimed at preventing and eradicating trafficking and slavery, as described in the 2000 United Nations “Palermo Protocol” and the 1926 Slavery Convention.

    Port Authority

    Port Authority is committed to conducting business in a socially responsible manner. This includes recognizing that we have a responsibility towards ensuring that slavery and trafficking do not occur in our supply chain. We seek to operate in compliance with the highest standard and all applicable national laws wherever we do business and to respect and support international principles aimed at preventing and eradicating trafficking and slavery, as described in the 2000 United Nations “Palermo Protocol” and the 1926 Slavery Convention.

    SanMar (Distributor)

    SanMar Family Values are at the heart of all this distributor does. They strive to make a difference in the lives of their employees and the people who make their products around the world. They’re committed to investing in and supporting all of their employees, helping them to grow and thrive in their chosen career paths. They deliver quality products, IT support, and marketing tools to help their customers grow their businesses, passionately serving their varying and unique needs. As an industry leader, they’re proud to do the right thing when making each and every business decision. Their founder, Marty Lott, instilled a vision early on that treating each other with respect and dignity is paramount and that life is too short to not be nice.

    www.sanmar.com

    Sol’s

    Sol’s – The Fair Spirit. This is the French producer’s mantra, and you have to take them at their word. The textile and bag producer holds a considerable amount of certificates and agreements such as proven and audited textiles, fair trade, environmental protection, etc. – a way to build trust!

    • Certificates and official seals: Oeko-Tex® Standard 100, OE 100, ISO 9001
    • Memberships: WRAP, Fairtrade, IFTH, 2FPCO, CGI

    www.sols-europe.com

    S&S Activewear (Distributor)

    Company Info: Since 1988, we’ve provided high-quality, printable apparel to our broad wholesale customer base. Today, we offer the most extensive—and accessible—a collection of fashion-forward styles around. And we get you the goods fast. We operate six nationwide distribution centers—that’s 4 million square feet of efficient warehouse space—and uniquely offer one-day shipping to 41 states.

    www.ssactivewear.com

    Sport-Tek

    Sport-Tek is committed to conducting business in a socially responsible manner. This includes recognizing that we have a responsibility towards ensuring that slavery and trafficking do not occur in our supply chain. We seek to operate in compliance with the highest standard and all applicable national laws wherever we do business and to respect and support international principles aimed at preventing and eradicating trafficking and slavery, as described in the 2000 United Nations “Palermo Protocol” and the 1926 Slavery Convention.

    Spreadshirt

    With Spreadshirt’s own Premium Collection, we’ve accomplished an eagerly anticipated endeavor. It is our aspiration to merge trend consciousness with brilliant prints. All products of our Spreadshirt Collection have been certified with the Oeko-tex Standard 100 seal.

    Tultex

    Tultex brand offered by major retailer Kohl’s is monitored by the CAP (Corrective Action Plan) which is used to summarize the factory monitoring and document all key points including labor laws, working hours, factory safety, and monitoring.

    www.tultex.net

    Yupoong

    Yupoong, Inc. and its subsidiaries recognize the dignity of each employee and respect their rights including the right to free association and collective bargaining. Yupoong consistently works to create a better work environment and working conditions for its employees. Based on this general policy, Yupoong developed labor standards that comply with all applicable laws, behavioral codes of their clients, and international standards for implementation of the Factories.

    www.yupoong.co.kr

    Printing Materials

    Joto Paper (Manufacturer of flex and flock foils)

    Joto’s printable textile films have been tested and certified by the Oeko-tex Standard against harmful substances.

     www.jotopaper.com

    Digital Direct

    Apparel printed with Digital Direct fully conforms with the Oeko-tex standard, as long as the unprinted apparel is also Oeko-tex certified. Every supplier in the Spreadshirt apparel assortment was recently contacted and asked to present their own code of conduct or to sign Spreadshirt’s code of conduct and present any certificates and official seals that they may have. We will update this document as soon as additional information is collected.

    Poli-Tape

    We are a leading, innovative manufacturer of high-quality textile transfer films, digital printing media, sign-making vinyl, laminating films, and pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes with a strong focus on advertising and display lettering. We offer our national and international customers product and system solutions for a broad range of applications in industry and trade.
    www.poli-tape.de

    Stahls

    Providing garment decorating solutions since 1932. Stahls is the leader and innovator of heat-applied materials for the sporting goods industry. We want to help you make the task of custom garment decoration easy and profitable.
    www.stahls.com

    Quality and responsibility – these are what we like to consider our core values. Our fabrics’ quality is certified with seals of approval that bear witness to the high standard the manufacturers impose in addition to information about their ecological and environmental impacts. All certificates must be renewed regularly.

    We continually strive to keep up-to-date on the most current information about our more than 30 manufacturers and suppliers.

    You can see which seals, certificates and memberships were in our manufacturers’ possession when we last obtained an update (10/2020) on the following list (the list is not intended to be exhaustive). By clicking on the label, you will be redirected to the respective website. You will also find out to which Code of Conduct the manufacturer has committed.

    Anvil

    Anvil is a subsidiary of Gildan Activewear Inc. The label’s most important goal is to celebrate the uniqueness of its customers. The focus is clearly on fit and comfort wear to help everyone find their new favourite piece. Anvil T-shirts are certified according to Öko-Tex® Standard 100.

    www.anvilknitwear.com

    AWDis

    https://shop.ralawise.com

    B&C

    No compromises with Belgian producer B&C: All T-shirts, polo shirts and sweatshirts are produced according to Öko-Tex® Standard 100. Being a member of the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) and Fair Wear Foundation (FWF), B&C are committed to adhering to high social standards in all of their supplier countries.

    www.bc-collection.eu

    BabyBugz

    Baby love: The complete product range of Babybugz – the toddler brand of the British textile manufacturer Mantisworld – is certified according to Öko-Tex® Standard 100. For better compatibility, the manufacturer also dispenses with hypoallergenic nickel in zippers and buttons.

    www.mantisworld.com

    BagBase

    BagBase is a Beechfield Brands brand.

    www.bagbase.com

    Beechfield

    At Beechfield you can be sure to get fair and cleanly produced caps and hats. Social responsibility, environmental protection and abidance to laws can be taken as a given with fair-trade members, just like regular check-ups on company ethics. This applies to the production sites as well as their suppliers.

    www.beechfield.com

    Bella + Canvas

    Healthy lifestyle, social responsibility: Bella stays true to its motto to take action first before talking about it: The company buildings are powered by solar energy, they drive hybrid company cars, use FSC certified paper and celebrate tree planting ceremonies. Commendable!

    • Spreadshirt’s Code of Conduct signed.

    www.bellacanvas.com

    Build your Brand

    The streetwear label Build your Brand likes it really casual. If you value an urban and trendy style, this is your brand of choice. And social responsibility is just as important for Build your Brand. As a member of the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI), the label is committed to high social standards in all supplier countries.

    • Certificates and Seals: BSCI

    www.buildyourbrand.de

    Continental Clothing

    “Don’t wait, take action.” This is the Continental Clothing Company that triggered a revolution with its EarthPositive collection in the eco-textile industry collection by reducing production emissions by up to 90%. The trendy manufacturer is still a medium-sized private company today, committed to ethical action and control during the entire cultivation, production and distribution process.

    www.continentalclothing.com

    Daiber

    The Gustav Daiber brand stands for a wide range of products and a long company history that incorporates a lot of experience. Ecological responsibility and high quality distinguish this manufacturer.

    www.daiber.de

    Fruit of the Loom

    The Fruit Code is what Fruit of the Loom calls its own code of conduct. But there is more to it: It stands for sustainable and safe textile production as well as fair working conditions. These principles are applied to both production sites and suppliers.

    www.fruitoftheloom.eu

    Gildan

    Clothing products for the whole family are a part of Gildan’s global offering. Trendy fashioning and stylish colours make these T-shirts a great daily companion. In addition, the label places particular emphasis on environmental protection.

    www.gildan.com

    Korntex®

    Workwear for professionals is the speciality of the manufacturer Korntex®. Since Korntex® is also the market leader in high-visibility vests, it was a matter of honour for us to expand the Spreadshirt product range with these quality high-visibility vests.

    https://korntex.com

    MBW

    MBW is specialized in promotional items such as our teddy bear, produced in the Far East. For this very reason, ongoing quality assurance and social responsibility are particularly important to the family business. It works primarily with companies that meet the requirements of the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) or the International Council of Toy Industry (ICTI), providing these with on-site consulting and auditing teams.

    https://mbw.sh

    Quadra

    www.quadrabags.com

    Russell

    Russell has been around for 110 years, so they definitely got many things right along the way. Among these are innovation, quality and integrity. Today all of their production sites are regularly inspected by WRAP, an independent organisation that awards the Öko-Tex 100 certificate.

    www.russelleurope.com

    Sol’s

    The Fair Spirit is a French producer that keeps the promise carried in its name. The textile and bag producer can boast a considerable range of certificates and agreements: Verified textiles, fair trade, environmental protection – they’ve done it all.

    www.cotton.de

    Spreadshirt

    Spreadshirt’s own Premium Collection embodies our dedication to brilliant prints on trendy clothing. We’ve raised the bar for getting the best out of the idea of on-person self-expression. All of our Spreadshirt Collection products have been certified with the Öko-Tex® Standard 100 seal. We will gladly provide further certificates on request.

    Stanley & Stella

    Trend label Stanley & Stella is more than just a provider of sound organic threads. Their clothing combines a casual style with a pinch of rock’n’roll and green conscience. The organic farmer and garment manufacturer only choose partners who are committed to sustainable, eco-friendly conduct and respectful treatment of staff.

    www.stanleystella.com

    Stedman

    Promotional shirts that meet the highest standards – that’s what Stedman’s been about for over 60 years. The Americans have remained true to this motto to this day and commit to adhering to the OEKO-TEX® 100 standard as well as fair and sustainable conduct.

    www.stedman.eu

    Urban Classics

    Urban Classics is a producer of trendy everyday streetwear of outstanding quality. Their high-quality products have been produced while adhering to the responsible use of resources and fair treatment of staff. Urban Classics also supports the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI).

    • Certificates and Seals: BSCI
    • Memberships: BSCI

    www.urban-classics.net

    Westford Mill

    • Certificates and Seals: OCSFairtrade
    • Spreadshirt’s Code of Conduct signed.

    www.westfordmill.com

    Invoicing, Payment & Returns

    Once an order has been placed or you manually ask it to be fulfilled, the amount is reserved by your bank via our Batch Authorization Payments.

    We will only charge the amount once the order is dispatched.

    NLS has a system called Batch Authorization Payments for processing orders, and the following article explains how it works. 

    Once one of the following thresholds is met, NLS will make a Batch Authorization Payment on your card. 

    • 30 orders 
    • $300 order value

    If neither of the above thresholds are in met in 6 hours we will make a Batch Authorization for the amount of orders you have received. Regardless of if you didn’t reach 30 orders or $300 in order value, 6 hours after the first order is placed NLS will make a Batch Authorization Payment. 

    Once your products are shipped we will still bill each order separately on your credit card. 

    Example 1:

    Your order 30 separate products in a time span of 2 hours. As you have reached 30 products NLS will make a Batch Authorization Payment of $298.80 on your credit card. 

    These orders will be sent to production. 

    Once the orders are shipped NLS will charge 30 separate payments of $9.96 on your credit card. 

    Example 2:

    You order 4 separate products for a Men’s T-Shirt. 6 hours after the first order was placed NLS will make a Batch Payment Authorization of $39.84. 

    These orders will be sent to production. 

    Once the orders are shipped NLS will take 4 separate payments of $9.96 from your credit card.

    When you go into your Account Settings, under Payment Info, you add a Credit Card. This card is used for all orders fulfilled by us.

    We do not store your credit card data. Rather, we send the encrypted data to our bank. This increases your security, and it’s also the reason why we don’t display any data in the app.

    At present we are only accepting credit card payments, but we are planning on expanding the payment methods in the near future.

    Your billing address can be changed in your Account Settings, in the Address Management section.

    Please note that it is not possible to change the billing address of a particular order once it is already placed. The new address will be used for the next orders placed after the change has been made.

    Actively, SPOD supports EUR (€). This means that every price you can see is based on this currency.

    We passively support :

    • CAD
    • USD
    • GBP
    • DKK
    • PLN
    • CHF
    • SEK
    • AUD

    Passive support means that we provide prices for these currencies for you and your customers, but they are based on the daily exchange rate.

    We do plan on increasing the number of currencies available.

    All of your invoices are available in the Order Details. There, you will find the option to Download documents.

    NLS will handle any expenses that are related to orders being misprinted or containing any defects.

    If your customer wants to return an article that doesn’t contain any defects, this will be handled at your expense.

    There are multiple reasons why a customer would send back an item. From our experience, the main reasons are:

    • The customer ordered the wrong size/fit.
    • The customer changed his mind about wanting the product.
    • The customer would like a different color.
    • The product has some sort of defect.

    When it comes to the first two points, this is not something we can refund.

    NLS will of course be able to offer a refund for any product quality issues. Please take a picture of the problem. Then, you can forward us that picture with the necessary information (order ID, product ID) to our customer service ( info@nolimitssociety.com ).

    If the problem can be seen, we will refund the article. If you then want a replacement to your product, you will have to place manually a new order.

    If you received a product with a defect, please send a picture where the mistake can be clearly seen.

    Then, simply contact our customer service at these addresses and send us the picture:

    info@nolimitssociety.com ).

    Our customer service will then find the best solution for you.

    Here’s what we consider a defect:

    • Misprint
    • Faded print
    • Arrived stained
    • Flex peeling off
    • Holes on the product

    We use the picture you send us to document the issues and to make sure we can learn from them.

    If you received the wrong item, please send a picture where the mistake can be clearly seen.

    Then, simply contact our customer service at these addresses and send us the picture:

    info@nolimitssociety.com ).

    Our customer service will then find the best solution for you.

    We use the picture you send us to document the issues and to make sure we can learn from them.

    FORUM POLICY

    Forum rules
    These rules apply in the forum. Other rules: general rules, rules for cars, rules for videos, rules for events

    The rules on this page were updated on 2022-05-13

    1§ Before starting a new thread or writing a post.
    Search! Your question may well already be asked and answered by someone else.
    2§ When you start a new thread
    Important: Write a properly worded headline that clearly describes what the thread is about. Threads that don’t follow the header instructions are closed or deleted without notice. See the heading instructions (Section 3).
    Threads and posts should be written in the most appropriate forum for the topic. The same post may not be posted in multiple forums (so-called cross-posting).
    3§ Heading instructions
    Informative and descriptive – It is important that the reader can quickly form an idea of what the thread is about before reading the post. Therefore, it is important to include the purpose of the thread directly in the header through a clear wording. It gives you the best possible response. Be clear!
    Not short and general – Headings like “Help”, “Trim?”, “Anyone know?” or other bland things like “Check this one out” are not approved.
    4§ When writing a new post
    It is not allowed to provoke for the sake of provoking. It is called “trolling” and will lead to shutdown.
    5§ Lifting of threads and contentless posts
    Posts whose main purpose is to lift a thread are not allowed.
    Contentless posts that do not advance the discussion are not allowed. For example, posts such as “+1”, “word”, “hehe” and more are included as contentless.
    6§ Incitement to crime
    It is under no circumstances permissible to incite crime in the forum (or anywhere else on NolimitsSociety)
    7§ Street racing
    Organisation of illegal street racing may not occur (according to Swedish law). This applies regardless of whether it occurs directly or indirectly. That is, if it is common knowledge that a hit is about street racing, it is not allowed to advertise or discuss the hit regardless of whether it has been stated in the thread that it is about street racing or not.
    8§ Advertising
    Advertising (regardless of type) may not appear in the forum (nor in the forum signature). Instead, use Buy & Sell.
    9§ Marketing
    In addition to agreed advertising, it is forbidden to create or disseminate marketing for one’s own or others’ business activities, which also means that it is not allowed to link to a company’s website in, for example, forum signature or presentation for marketing purposes.
    Representatives of companies may answer direct questions regarding their own operations without “sales talk”. Representatives of companies and sponsored car builders may not, for marketing purposes, recommend the company in question or products the company sells in case of generally asked questions.
    Sponsored car builders are allowed to have some reference to the sponsors in the forum signature.
    We reserve the right to determine what is marketing.
    10§ Purchase advice
    New threads are placed in the most appropriate forum for the item.
    Purchase advice regarding cars is placed in the forum in general.
    Write an over-clear headline. See the headline instructions!
    11§ Troubleshooting
    Describe the problem clearly already in the thread heading.
    Describe the problem in detail in the post. Provide as much information as possible, such as car model, model year, engine, how the problem plays out, what solutions you have already tried, etc.
    Write an over-clear headline. See the headline instructions!
    12§ Sense and etiquette
    Personal matters, “chat” and the like may not occur in the forum.
    Be nice and respect the opinions of others.
    Do not shout – Do not use CAPITAL LETTERS, “!!!!!!!!!!”, “?????????” or the like.
    Use common sense. If you are unsure if it is OK to write something or not, do not write it!
    13§ Reservations
    Admins and moderators have the right to modify, move, and delete posts and threads without informing the thread creator or post author.
    NolimitsSociety is not responsible for material published through this page.

    ANTI SPAM POLICY

    1. Introduction
    1.1 In the context of electronic messaging, “spam” means unsolicited, bulk or indiscriminate messages, typically sent for a commercial purpose.
    1.2 We have a zero-tolerance spam policy.

    2. Spam filtering
    2.1 Our messaging systems automatically scan all incoming email and other messages and filter out messages that appear to be spam.
    2.2 We may also report incoming email as spam. This can result in IP addresses and domain names being blacklisted.

    3. Spam filtering issues
    3.1 No message filtering system is 100% accurate, and from time to time legitimate messages will be filtered out by our systems.
    3.2 If you believe that a legitimate message you have sent has been filtered out by our systems, please advise the message recipient by another means.
    3.3 You can reduce the risk of a message being caught by the spam filters by:
    (a) sending the message in plain text (instead of, or in addition to, HTML);
    (b) removing any message attachments;
    (c) avoiding the terminology and text styling typically used by spammers; and/or
    (d) ensuring that your messages are scanned for malware before dispatch.

    4. User spam
    4.1 We provide a facility that enables users to send email messages OR private messages to others.
    4.2 Users must not use our messaging facility or any of our other services to store, copy, send, relay or distribute spam.
    4.3 Full provisions concerning the use of our messaging facility are set out in our website terms and conditions of use.

    5. Receipt of unwanted messages from us
    5.1 In the unlikely event that you receive any message from us or sent using our systems that may be considered to be spam, please contact us using the details below and the matter will be investigated.

    6. Variation
    6.1 We may amend this policy at any time by publishing a new version on our website.

    GENERAL RULES

    These General Rules apply to all NolimitsSociety members and apply throughout the Site unless otherwise stated. Other rules: forum rules, rules for cars, rules for videos, rules for events

    The rules on this page were updated 2022-05-13

    1§ Soundness and “netiquette”
    NolimitsSociety’s target group is people over the age of 18. If you are under the age of 18, you should consider not registering.
    Be nice and respect the opinions of others.
    You absolutely must not create or disseminate statements that are offensive or defamatory.
    It is not allowed to provoke for the sake of provoking. It is called trolling and will lead to shutdown.
    2§ Mass posting and marketing
    Under no circumstances is it permitted to send invitations, solicitations, advertisements or the like to our members – regardless of their scope and approach.
    Mass posting regardless of motive and approach is inadmissible. This also applies to mass posting of the same or similar comment on one or more cars. In addition to agreed advertising, it is forbidden to create or disseminate marketing for one’s own or others’ business activities, which also means that it is not allowed to link to a company’s website in, for example, forum signature or presentation for marketing purposes.
    Sponsored car builders are allowed to have some reference to the sponsors in their presentation and car information.
    We reserve the right to determine what is marketing.
    For the current rules in the forum see the forum rules.
    3§ Users and usernames
    Only private individuals are allowed to register.
    Company representatives may register as a private individual under a private username (not company name). However, note the rules that apply to company representatives in, for example, the forum.
    Group or club accounts are not allowed. An account is intended for one person. Provocative or otherwise inappropriate usernames are not allowed.
    Under no circumstances is it permissible for the same person to have two accounts. If you’re having trouble with your account, contact info@volvoownersclub.org.
    You also represent and warrant that all information you provide when you register and also later is true, accurate, current and complete and you agree to update the information so that it remains accurate.
    4§ Forum
    Please refer to the Forum Rules for the applicable rules in the Forum.
    5§ Cars
    See the car rules for the current rules for cars.
    6§ Reservations
    We reserve the right to freely interpret the rules and the right to circumvent them if necessary. However, we naturally try to follow the rules to the best of our ability.
    We reserve the right, without justification, to deny and prevent individuals from using the website. We reserve the right to produce new copies of and use uploaded images on the site as deemed necessary. Any images uploaded may be automatically tagged with the page’s logo. Copyright remains unchanged.
    NolimitsSociety is not responsible for material that the members of the page create on the page or publish through the page.

    RULES FOR CARS

    These rules apply to all cars displayed at NolimitsSociety. Other rules: general rules, forum rules, rules for videos, rules for events

    The rules on this page were updated on 2022-05-13

    1§ General Cars that are uploaded must be owned or driven by the person who publishes, or someone close to them (cohabitant, relative, parent, etc.). Sold cars are OK as long as you state that you sold the car and when. It is absolutely not allowed to put up cars you have no connection with.
    Total renovation projects/items (with some exceptions) are referred to the project forum and photo albums. Duplicates are not allowed as “current cars”. If the previous owner has left the car on the page, you must ask or indicate that the car is sold before you post it.
    2§ Information about the car
    Information about the car must be entered, even if the car is original, the information must be printed. Thus, simply writing “original” is not enough.
    All information provided must be serious and accurate.
    3§ Images
    Think about copyright! Uploading or “borrowing” images without explicitly obtaining permission from the copyright holder (usually the photographer) is illegal, and of course also not allowed. Use only your own pictures of the car to avoid problems. Images that violate this will inevitably be deleted as soon as we are made aware of the breach. Copyright for uploaded images remains unchanged. We reserve the right to create new copies of and use uploaded images as deemed necessary.
    The first image of the car must show the car (the whole car or part of). It is not allowed with e.g. posing pictures to attract visitors.
    The car must be clearly visible in its entirety on at least one image of good quality (not blurry, grainy, dark, etc.).
    Images published must represent the car in question or relevant car parts and the like. Personal portraits are only allowed together with the car or with other things relevant to the car, but not as a first image.
    Pornographic, offensive, or otherwise inappropriate images without relevance are of course not permitted and risk being permanently deleted without notice.
    4§ Advertising
    No form of advertising is allowed through this page.
    5§ Forgotten cars are removed
    Current cars that have been untouched for a long time are at risk of being deactivated and then completely erased.
    6§ Reservations
    Administrators have the right to change, delete and add information and images without notifying the owner/user. The point may be applied to cars that violate one or more of the rules, but also for other reasons not mentioned in the rules.
    Administrators have the right to make changes and additions to the rules without further notice. It is the user’s responsibility to keep up to date with the rules that apply. NolimitsSociety is not responsible for material published through this page.

    VIDEO POLICY

    Rules for videos
    These rules apply to videos. Other rules: general rules, rules for cars, forum rules, rules for events

    The rules on this page were updated on 2022-05-13

    1§ General
    For the videos provided by external websites, these rules apply as an extension of the respective video provider’s rules. A video that is allowed according to a particular website is not automatically allowed at NolimitsSociety.
    NolimitsSociety has no technical requirements for a video clip in terms of format, quality, sound or length.
    Videos that are not considered to add anything due to poor image and/or sound quality will be removed.
    2§ Content
    Only vehicle-related videos that fit in one of the predefined categories may be submitted.
    Videos with pornographic, racist or offensive content will be removed and risk leading to user account suspension.
    Videos that contain only slideshows are not counted as videos and will be removed.

    COOKIE POLICY

    WHAT IS A COOKIE?

    Cookies are small text files, created by the website visited, that contain data. They are stored on the visitor’s computer to give the user access to various functions. Both session cookies and non-session cookies are used on this website (the “Site”). A session cookie is temporarily stored in the computer memory while the visitor is browsing the website. This cookie is erased when the user closes their web browser or after a certain time has passed (meaning that the session expires). A non-session cookie remains on the visitor’s computer until it is deleted.

    WHY DO WE USE COOKIES?

    We use cookies to learn more about the way visitors interact with our content and help us to improve the experience when visiting our Site.

    SITE FUNCTIONALITY

    The share function is used by visitors to recommend our Site and content on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. Cookies store information on how visitors use the share function – although not at an individual level – so that the Site can be improved. If you do not accept cookies, no information is stored.

    For some of the functions within our Site we use third party suppliers, for example, when you visit a page with videos embedded from or links to YouTube. These videos or links (and any other content from third party suppliers) may contain third party cookies and you may wish to consult the policies of these third party websites for information regarding their use of cookies.

    COOKIES WE USE:

    This Site uses Google Analytics which use cookies. At the aggregate level, cookies store information on how visitors use the Site, including the number of pages displayed, where the visitor comes from, and the number of visits, to improve the website and ensure a good user experience. If you do not accept cookies, no information is stored.

    HOW TO REJECT COOKIES?

    We will not use cookies to collect personally identifiable information about a visitor.

    However you can choose to reject or block the cookies set by {yourwebsite} by changing your browser settings – see the “Help function” within your browser for further details. Please note that most browsers automatically accept cookies so if you do not wish cookies to be used, you may need to actively delete or block the cookies.

    For information on the use of cookies in mobile phone browsers and for details on how to reject or delete such cookies, please refer to your mobile phone manual.

    COPYRIGHT POLICY

    NolimitsSociety respects the rights of copyright holders and accordingly has adopted a policy that provides for the submission of a copyright infringement notice as further described below.

    Notice of Copyright Infringement

    If you believe in good faith that any content on the nolimitssociety.com website (the “Site”) infringes your copyright rights, you should send notice of the alleged copyright infringement to the email address listed below.

    Your notice must contain the following information:

    • The full name and a physical or electronic signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner;
    • Identification of the copyrighted work claimed to have been infringed. If multiple copyrighted works are covered by your notice, you may provide a representative list of the copyrighted works that you claim have been infringed;
    • Reasonably sufficient detail to enable us to identify and locate the copyrighted work that is claimed to be infringing (e.g. a link to the page on the Site that contains the material);
    • A mailing address, telephone number, and email address where we can contact you;
    • A statement that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use of the copyrighted work is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and
    • A statement made by you, under penalty of perjury, that the information in the notice is accurate and that you are the copyright owner or authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.

    Please submit your notice to the email address listed below:

    NolimitsSociety

    Legal Department
    NolimitsSociety
    Kalmar, 393 64, Sweden
    Email: copyright@community.nolimitssociety.com

    Once you provide us with an adequate notice as described above, we will respond expeditiously and take whatever action, in our sole discretion, that is deemed appropriate including removal of the disputed copyrighted work from the Site.

    Counter-Notice:

    If you believe that a DMCA notice of copyright infringement has been improperly submitted against you, you may submit a counter-notice to the email address with the following information required by the DMCA:

    • Your physical or electronic signature;
    • Identification of the copyrighted work that has been removed or to which access has been disabled including a link to the page on the Site that contained the material before it was removed or disabled;
    • A statement under penalty of perjury that you have a good faith belief that the copyrighted work was removed or disabled as a result of mistake or misidentification;
    • Your name, address, e-mail address, and telephone number; and
    • A statement that you (i) consent to the jurisdiction of the Federal District Court in the judicial district where your address is located if the address is in the United States, if your address is located outside of the United States, and (ii) accept service of process from the person who provided the DMCA notice of the alleged copyright infringement.

    Please submit your counter-notice to the email address below:

    NolimitsSociety

    Legal Department
    NolimitsSociety
    Kalmar, 393 64, Sweden
    Email: copyright@community.nolimitssociety.com

    In the event that NolimitsSociety receives a counter-notice in compliance with the above requirements, we will provide the person who submitted the copyright infringement notice with a copy of the counter-notice, informing them that NolimitsSociety will replace the removed material in 10 business days from the date of the counter-notice unless NolimitsSociety first receives notice from the person who submitted the copyright infringement notice that they have filed an action seeking a court order to restrain the allegedly infringing activity.

    PLEASE NOTE THAT NOLIMITSSOCIETY INTENDS TO COMPLY WITH ALL PROVISIONS OF THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT, BUT WILL NOT UNILATERALLY TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR POLICING AND REMOVING MATERIAL THOUGHT TO BE INFRINGING.

    PRIVACY POLICY

    Thank you for your interest in our website and applications. In the following, we will inform you in detail about the processing of personal data when using our website/apps. Personal data means all data that can be personally related to you, e.g. name, address, telephone number, email address, or user behavior.

    1. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DATA PROCESSING?

    The service provider and party responsible for processing personal data (‘controller’) is NolimitsSociety, Kastrullvägen 74, 39364 Kalmar, Sweden (hereinafter referred to as “NLS”). You can reach us using the following contact details:

    Telephone: + 46 (0) 76 701 75 58
    Email: info@nolimitssociety.site

    2. TO WHAT EXTENT IS PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED?

    Please read the following carefully.

    2.1 COLLECTION OF PERSONAL DATA WHEN YOU VISIT OUR WEBSITE

     

    A) LOG FILES

    When using the NolimitsSociety website for information purposes only, so when you do register or otherwise provide information, we collect the data that your browser transmits to our server. This includes in particular:

    • IP address,
    • date and time of the request,
    • time zone difference to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT),
    • name of the requested file,
    • access status/HTTP status code,
    • the volume of data transferred,
    • the page from which you came to visit us,
    • your operating system and its interface,
    • your browser type and the language and version of the browser software,
    • a report of successful retrieval

    The data is technically necessary for us to display our website to you. It is also evaluated to make the website user-friendly and to ensure stability and security. For this purpose, we partly use the external web hosting service provider Loopia AB, Kopparbergsvägen 8, 722 13 Västerås. In the event that data is also transferred to the USA, both service providers have subjected themselves to the EU-US Privacy Shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework/). The legal basis for the processing is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR.

    B) COOKIES AND SIMILAR TECHNOLOGIES

    In addition, we also use cookies on our website/apps. Cookies are small text files that are assigned to your browser and stored on your device. Through them, certain information flows to the place that sets the cookie, such as settings or data for exchange with the system. This helps us to make our website/apps more user-friendly and effective overall. The legal basis for this is Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR. Cookies cannot execute programs or transmit viruses to your device.

    Our website/apps use the following types of cookies:

    • session (transient) cookies,
    • long-term (persistent) cookies,
    • third-party cookies.

    Session cookies store what’s called a session ID, which can be used to assign different requests of your browser to a common session. This allows your device to be recognized when you return to our website. For example, this lets you store certain information you have entered (such as log-in information, language settings) in such a way that you do not have to repeat it constantly. Session cookies are automatically deleted when you log out or close your browser.

    Long-term cookies remain on your device for the time being, so that we can recognize your browser on your next visit and we can, for example, assign your preferred information and settings. Long-term cookies are automatically deleted after a specified period, which may vary depending on the cookie.

    When you visit our website, our partner companies also store third-party cookies on your device. The cookies contain information about how our website is used, e.g. which pages and products were visited. The data is collected in a pseudonymized form by assigning an identification number, which is not combined with any other personal data you may have provided to us.

    You can delete cookies in your browser settings at any time or prevent them from being stored, although the latter may result in a restriction of the functionality of our website for you. In the relevant sections of this Privacy Policy, we explain which technologies that are comparable to cookies are used on our website and how you can object to the use of cookies and other technologies with the individual third-party providers.

    2.2 ORDERING FROM NOLIMITSSOCIETY

    a) If you want to order something in our shop or place orders using our apps, it is necessary for the conclusion of the contract that you give us the personal data we need to process the order. The mandatory data required to process the contract is marked as such; all other data you provide is voluntary.

    To prevent unauthorized access to your personal data by third parties, the order process is encrypted using TLS technology.

    When we process the data provided by you to process your order, this includes, for example, individual customer service. In the course of order processing, we pass on personal data to one of our production companies within the group, to a shipping company commissioned by us and (with the exception of PayPal) to our partners bank, ADYEN B.V., Simon Carmiggeltstraat 6-50, 1011 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands (“Adyen”). The payment data is encrypted and transmitted directly to Adyen.

    Payment via PayPal is processed by PayPal (Europe) S.à r.l. et Cie, S.C.A., 22-24 Boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxembourg (“PayPal”). For information about data protection at PayPal, please refer to PayPal’s privacy policy: https://www.paypal.com/en/webapps/mpp/ua/privacy-full?locale.x=en.

    In the case of trackable parcels, we also pass on your order and address data to parcelLab GmbH, Landwehrstraße 39, 80336 Munich, Germany, to make it possible to track your parcel and to inform you about delivery deviations or delays, for example.

    In the case of trackable parcels, we also pass on your order and address data to various service providers, depending on your delivery choices, shipping rates, and your chosen delivery destination.

    The legal bases for the processing of personal data as part of order processing are Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(b) and (f) GDPR. Due to commercial and tax regulations, we are obliged to store your order, address, and payment data for a period of ten years.

    b) During the order process we also conduct a fraud prevention check via our partner bank Adyen, which involves using your IP address to carry out a geolocalisation and compare your data with previous experience. This may mean that an order cannot be placed with the selected payment method. Our aim in this regard is to prevent any abuse of your chosen payment method by third parties and to protect ourselves from payment defaults. The legal basis for the processing is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR.

    Since this involves automated decision-making, you have the right to challenge the decision (in this case the refusal of a certain payment method) and have the decision reviewed by a person. In such cases, we ask that you contact us using the contact details mentioned in Section 1. Please note that the payment method may have been rejected due to a typing error and you should, therefore, check what you have entered again during the order process if necessary.

    c) During the ordering process we use Google Maps Autocomplete, a service of Google LLC (“Google”). This allows an address you start typing to be completed automatically, avoiding delivery errors. Google sometimes conducts a geolocalisation using your IP address and receives the information that you have retrieved from the corresponding subpage of our website. In addition, the data referred to in Section 2.1 is transmitted. This is regardless of whether you have a Google account and are logged in. Once you are logged in to your Google Account, the information will be directly associated with your account. If you do not want this assignment to occur, you must log out before entering your address. Google stores your data as user profiles and uses it (even in the case of users who are not logged in) for the purposes of advertising, market research, and/or the needs-oriented design of its own website. Google also processes your personal data in the USA and has subjected itself to the EU-US Privacy Shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework). You can object to Google creating such user profiles. For more information about the purpose and scope of data processing by Google and about protecting your privacy, please refer to Google’s Privacy Policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en. The binding terms of use for Google Maps/Google Earth can be found here: https://www.google.com/intl/en_US/help/terms_maps.html. Third-party provider information: Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.

    The legal basis for the processing is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR.

    d) After you place an order, we will process your order and address data to send you a personalized email asking you to rate our products. By obtaining ratings, our aim is to improve our services and adapt them to our customers’ wishes. We use the feedback software of Calle San Francisco, 63, Bajo derecha, C.P.: 38001 – Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife Canary Islands, Spain. Procedure is conducted via C.I.F. following negative feedback), we pass on your email address, name, order number, product types, and a unique ID to C.I.F. for identification purposes and in order to generate a feedback link.

    The legal basis for the processing is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR. If you no longer want your data to be used for this purpose, you can object to this at any time. Just click on the unsubscribe link included with each email or send a message using the contact details provided under Section 1.

    e) We also use Google Customer Reviews, a service of Google Ireland Ltd. (“Google”), through which we receive feedback about us as a seller and about our products. This allows us to improve our services and adapt them to our customers’ wishes. The legal basis is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR. After placing an order, you can give Google permission to use your email address to request a review. In the event that data is also transferred to a Google server in the USA, Google LLC has subjected itself to the EU-US Privacy Shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework/). You can revoke your consent to the use of your data at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link contained in the emails from Google. For more detailed information about the purpose and scope of data processing by Google and about protecting your privacy, please refer to Google’s Privacy Policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en. Third-party provider information: Google Dublin, Google Ireland Ltd., Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland, fax: + 353 (1) 436 1001.

    2.4 COMMUNICATION WITH NOLIMITSSOCIETY

    A) ESTABLISHING CONTACT

    If you contact us via a contact form, letter, fax, email, social media, or telephone, we process the data provided by you for the purpose of processing your inquiry and – only in the legally permissible cases when communicating with entrepreneurs – for advertising purposes. We use the software of © Rock Lobster, LLC, to coordinate and process emails, which means that © Rock Lobster, LLC gains access to the data. We use the management software of Hootsuite Media, Inc, 5 East 8th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada to coordinate and process inquiries via our social media channels Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. The EU Commission has established the adequacy of the level of data protection in Canada. The legal basis for the processing is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR. If the aim of establishing contact is to conclude a contract, then an additional legal basis is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(b) GDPR.

    B) BLOG

    In our blog, where we publish various articles on topics related to our activities, you can post public comments. Your comment will be published along with your chosen username. We recommend using a pseudonym instead of your real name. It is necessary to provide a username and email address, while all other information is voluntary. The necessary information is processed to run the Forum. We need your email address to contact you if a third party should complain that your comment is unlawful. We reserve the right to delete comments if third parties complain that they are unlawful. The legal basis for the processing is Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR.

    2.5 PROCESSING OF DATA FOR WEB ANALYTICS

    A) GOOGLE ANALYTICS

    Our website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Ireland Ltd. (“Google”). Google uses cookies (see Section 2.1 b), which enable an analysis of your use of our website. The information generated by the cookie about usage is usually transferred to a Google server in the USA and stored there. However, due to the activation of IP anonymization on our website, your IP address will first be shortened by Google within the Member States of the European Union or in other states party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be transmitted to a Google server in the USA and shortened there. On our behalf, Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, compile reports on website activity, and provide us with other services relating to website and internet use.

    The IP address transmitted by your browser in the context of Google Analytics will not be combined with other data held by Google.

    You can prevent the storage of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings in your browser software; however, please note that if you do this you may not be able to use the full functionality of our website. You can also prevent the data generated by the cookie and relating to your use of the website (including your IP address) from being recorded and processed by Google by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available under the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/. Specifically, in the case of mobile devices, you can prevent Google Analytics from recording data by clicking here: Disable Google Analytics. This will place an opt-out cookie that prevents recording when you visit our website in the future. Please note that if you delete all cookies on your device, this opt-out cookie will also be deleted; in this case, if you still wish to object then you must place the cookie again using the above button. The opt-out cookie is set per top-level domain, per browser, and per device and only prevents the recording of data for this website.

    This website uses Google Analytics with the “_anonymizeIp()” extension. Consequently, IP addresses are further processed in shortened form, so that any personal association with the data subject can be ruled out. As far as the data collected about you relates to you personally, that association is therefore ruled out immediately and the personal data thus erased without delay.

    We use Google Analytics to analyze and regularly improve the use of our website. The statistics these yields allow us to improve our website and make it more interesting for you as a user. For the exceptional cases in which personal data is transferred to the USA, Google LLC has subjected itself to the EU-US Privacy Shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework). The legal bases for our use of Google Analytics are Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR.

    Third-party provider information: Google Dublin, Google Ireland Ltd., Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland, fax: + 353 (1) 436 1001. See also the terms of use (https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/gb.html) and privacy overview (https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en) for Google Analytics as well as Google’s privacy policy: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en.

    2.6 ADVERTISING ACTIVITIES BY NOLIMITSSOCIETY

    A) NEWSLETTER

    If you register separately for our newsletter via our website and give us your consent, we will use your email address to send you regular emails about product offers, discounts, and contests. To this end, we pass the data on to the software company © Rock Lobster, LLC.

    When you register for our newsletter, we use the so-called double opt-in procedure. This means that after you register we will send you an email to the email address you provided, in which we ask you to confirm that you would like to receive the newsletter. If you do not confirm your registration, your information will be automatically deleted after one month. On the other hand, if you confirm the newsletter subscription, we will save your email address for the purpose of sending you the newsletter until you unsubscribe from the newsletter.

    You can revoke your consent to the sending of the newsletter at any time (without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing up to the point of revocation). You can declare your revocation by clicking on the link provided in every newsletter email, by emailing info@nolimitssociety.site, or by sending a message to the contact details provided in Section 1.

    When sending the newsletter, we use C.I.F. to statistically evaluate your user behavior in order to measure how successful the newsletter is and to optimize its design. To enable this evaluation, the emails contain what are called web beacons or tracking pixels. These are single-pixel image files that establish a connection to our website and thus permit a log file analysis. The web beacons are linked with the data mentioned in Section 2.1 a and an individual ID. The links contained in the newsletter also contain this ID. For example, we can see if and when an email has been opened and which links have been clicked on. The data is stored on the Loopia AB servers for 13 months and collected pseudonymously, meaning the IDs are not linked to other personal data at this point, thus ruling out any possibility of direct personal reference. You can object to the recording of your usage behavior at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link provided in each email or by informing us using the contact details provided in Section 1. Recording is not possible if you have disabled the display of images in your email settings. In this case, the newsletter will not be displayed to you in full and you may not be able to use all functions. If you choose to display the images manually, recording will take place as described above.

    The legal bases for the processing are Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR.

    2.7 USAGE-BASED ONLINE ADVERTISING

    Our website uses various conversion tracking and retargeting technologies made available by other service providers. We use these technologies to make our website interesting for you. The information also helps us to address users who have already shown an interest in our products with individually tailored advertising on the websites of our partner companies. We assume that the display of personalized, interest-based advertising is generally more interesting for the internet user than advertising that has no such personal relevance. At the same time, we want to avoid inappropriate and intrusive advertising.

    General information about third-party advertising-based technologies and how to disable them can be found on the following websites, among others:

    A) USE OF GOOGLE ADWORDS CONVERSION TRACKING AND GOOGLE ADWORDS REMARKETING

    – Google AdWords conversion tracking

    We use Google AdWords, a service of Google LLC (“Google”), to use ads (so-called Google AdWords) to draw attention to our offers on external websites. In relation to the data of advertising campaigns, we can identify how successful the individual advertising activities are. In this way we want to show you advertising that is of interest to you, make our website more attractive to you and achieve a fair calculation of advertising costs.

    These ads are deployed by Google via so-called ‘ad servers’. For this purpose, we use ad server cookies, which enable the tracking of certain parameters for measuring success, such as the display of ads or clicks by users. If you arrive at our website via a Google ad, Google AdWords will store a cookie on your device. These cookies usually expire after 30 days and are not intended to identify you personally. Analysis values usually stored for this cookie are the unique cookie ID, the number of ad impressions per placement (frequency), the last impression (relevant for post-view conversions), and opt-out information (marker showing that the user no longer wishes to be targeted).

    These cookies allow Google to recognize your internet browser. If a user visits certain pages of an AdWords customer’s website (in this case ours) and the cookie stored on their device has not yet expired, Google and the customer can recognize that the user has clicked on the ad and has been redirected to this site. Each AdWords customer is assigned a different cookie. Cookies cannot, therefore, be tracked via the websites of AdWords customers. We do not collect and process any personal data in the aforementioned advertising activities. Google merely provides us with statistical evaluations. On the basis of these evaluations, we can identify which of the advertising activities used are particularly effective. We do not receive any further data from the use of ads; in particular, we cannot identify users on the basis of this information.

    Due to the marketing tools used, your browser automatically establishes a direct connection to the Google server. We have no influence on the extent and further processing of the data collected by Google through the use of this tool and therefore inform you according to what we know: By integrating AdWords Conversion, Google receives the information that you have retrieved the corresponding part of our website, or that you have clicked on one of our ads. If you are registered with a Google service, Google can associate the visit with your account. Even if you are not registered with Google or have not logged in, it is possible that Google will obtain and store your IP address.

    – Google AdWords remarketing

    Besides AdWords Conversion, we also use Google’s remarketing feature. This is a process we use in an attempt to contact you again. After visiting our website, this feature makes it possible to show you our ads when you continue to use the internet. This is done by means of cookies stored in your browser, which Google uses to record and evaluate your usage behavior when visiting various websites. This is how Google can determine that you have previously visited our website. According to its own information, Google does not combine the data collected in the context of remarketing with your personal data, which may be processed by Google. Specifically, according to Google, pseudonymization is used during remarketing.

    There are various ways in which you can prevent your participation in this tracking procedure:

    • By setting your browser software accordingly; in particular, disabling cookies from third-party providers means that you will not receive any ads from third-party providers;
    • By permanent deactivation in your browser Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Google Chrome via the link: http://www.google.com/settings/ads/plugin. Please note that by doing this you may not be able to properly use the full functionality of our website.
    • By clicking on the following button: Disable Google AdWords. This will place an opt-out cookie that prevents recording when you visit our website in the future. Please note that if you delete all cookies on your device, this opt-out cookie will also be deleted; in this case, if you still wish to object then you must place the cookie again using the above button. The opt-out cookie is set per top-level domain, per browser, and per device and only prevents the recording of data for this website.
    • By disabling interest-based ads from providers who are part of the “YourAdChoices” self-regulation initiative via the link http://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2#!/; please note that this setting will be erased if you erase your cookies.

    The legal bases for the processing of your data are Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR.

    Third-party provider information: Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. For further information about privacy at Google, please refer to https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=policies and https://services.google.com/sitestats/en.html. Alternatively, you can visit the website of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) at http://www.networkadvertising.org. Google has subjected itself to the EU-US Privacy Shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework).

    B) USE OF FACEBOOK CUSTOM AUDIENCES, FACEBOOK WEBSITE CUSTOM AUDIENCES, AND FACEBOOK CONVERSION TRACKING

    – Facebook Custom Audiences

    Our website also uses the Website Custom Audiences remarketing function of Facebook, Inc. (“Facebook”). This allows users of the website to see interest-based ads (“Facebook Ads”) when visiting the social network Facebook or other websites that also use the process. Our intention here is to show you ads that are of interest to you.

    Due to the marketing tools used, your browser automatically establishes a direct connection to the Facebook server. We have no influence on the extent and further processing of the data collected by Facebook through the use of this tool and therefore inform you according to what we know: By integrating Facebook Custom Audiences, Facebook receives the information that you have retrieved the corresponding part of our website, or that you have clicked on one of our ads. If you are registered with a Facebook service, Facebook can associate the visit with your account. Even if you are not registered with Facebook or have not logged in, it is possible that Facebook will obtain and store your IP address and other identifying information.

    – Facebook Website Custom Audiences

    Our website also uses the Facebook product “Custom Audiences from your website”. For this purpose, we have integrated remarketing tags (so-called Facebook Pixel or web beacon) into our website. The Facebook Pixel is a small piece of JavaScript code that provides a range of functionalities for sending application-specific events and user-defined data to Facebook. We use the Facebook Pixel to track how visitors use our site. The Facebook Pixel records and reports to Facebook information about the user’s browser session, a hashed version of the Facebook ID, and the URL being viewed. Every Facebook user, therefore, has a device-independent Facebook ID, which enables us to recognize users across multiple devices on the social network Facebook so that we can use Facebook Ads to reach our visitors again for advertising purposes. After 180 days, the user information is deleted until the user returns to our website. No personal information is transmitted to us about individual website visitors, and we can only specifically deploy ads to website custom audiences if the custom audience has reached a critical size. This makes it impossible for us to determine the individual identities of visitors.

    – Facebook Conversion Tracking

    We also use the Facebook Pixel on our website to measure the reach of ads. This allows us to track user’s actions after they have seen or clicked on a Facebook Ad. The Facebook Pixel records and reports to Facebook information about the user’s browser session, a hashed version of the Facebook ID, and the URL being viewed. The way it works is comparable to Facebook Website Custom Audiences via the Facebook Pixel, which is already described above. Using the hashed Facebook ID, we can measure the reach and effectiveness of an ad to find out whether you are actually interested in our advertising. This enables us to measure the effectiveness of Facebook Ads for statistical and market research purposes. For us, the data used is not personally identifiable.

    You can prevent Facebook from recording your data on this website by clicking here: Disable Facebook Custom Audiences, Facebook Website Custom Audiences and Facebook Conversion Tracking. This will place an opt-out cookie that prevents recording when you visit our website in the future. Please note that if you delete all cookies on your device, this opt-out cookie will also be deleted; in this case, if you still wish to object then you must place the cookie again using the above button. The opt-out cookie is set per top-level domain, per browser, and per device and only prevents the recording of data for this website. How to prevent the recording of your data on other websites is explained on the respective sites, and if you are a user who has logged in to Facebook, here: https://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=ads#_.

    The legal basis for the processing of data when using the functions specified above is Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR.

    Third-party provider information: Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, D2 Dublin, Ireland, telephone: +0016505434800, fax: + 0016505435325. For more information about data processing by Facebook, please refer to Facebook’s privacy policy: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy.

    C) USE OF LINKEDIN CONVERSION TRACKING AND RETARGETING

    – LinkedIn conversion tracking

    Our website uses the feature “LinkedIn conversion tracking” from LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company (“LinkedIn”) to measure the reach of ads. This is to determine how successful individual advertising activities are on LinkedIn. Our intention here is to develop and display advertising that is of interest to you and make our website more attractive. For this purpose, the LinkedIn Insight Tag is integrated into our website. This JavaScript code enables LinkedIn to use cookies to collect pseudonymous data about your visit and the use of our website (e.g. about the browser session and the website displayed) and to provide us with aggregated, non-personal statistics on this basis. This allows us to trace the actions that have taken place after a LinkedIn ad has been viewed or clicked on.

    – LinkedIn website retargeting

    Our website also uses the “LinkedIn website retargeting” feature. After visiting our website, this feature makes it possible to show you our ads when you continue to use the internet. Our intention here is to show you ads that are of interest to you. This is done by means of a cookie stored in your browser (see above for more information), which is used to record and evaluate your usage behavior. No personal information is transmitted to us about individual website visitors, and we can only specifically deploy ads to website custom audiences if the custom audience has reached a critical size. This makes it impossible for us to determine the individual identities of visitors.

    There are various ways in which you can disable this tracking. You can adjust your browser settings to prevent the storage of cookies, although this may result in a restriction of the functionality of our website for you. You also can prevent LinkedIn from recording your data on this website by clicking here: Disable LinkedIn conversion tracking and website retargeting. This will place an opt-out cookie that prevents recording when you visit our website in the future. Please note that if you delete all cookies on your device, this opt-out cookie will also be deleted; in this case, if you still wish to object then you must place the cookie again using the above button. The opt-out cookie is set per top-level domain, per browser, and per device and only prevents the recording of data for this website. In addition, you can disable interest-based ads from providers who are part of the “YourAdChoices” self-regulation initiative (http://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2#!/) or e.g. part of the Network Advertising Initiative (http://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1#!/); please note that this setting will be erased if you erase your cookies.

    The legal bases for the processing are Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR.

    Third-party provider information: LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company, Wilton Place, Dublin 2, Ireland. LinkedIn’s privacy policy: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy?_l=en_GB.

    D) USE OF BING ADS CONVERSION TRACKING AND REMARKETING

    – Bing Ads Conversion Tracking

    Our website also uses the “Bing Ads Conversion Tracking” feature from Microsoft Corporation (“Microsoft”) to measure the reach of ads. This is to determine how successful our individual advertising activities are on Bing and Yahoo. Our intention here is to develop and display advertising that is of interest to you and make our website more attractive. For this purpose, Microsoft’s UET tag (Universal Event Tracking tag) is integrated into our website. This JavaScript code enables Microsoft to use cookies to collect pseudonymous data about your visit and the use of our website (e.g. about the browser session and the website displayed) and to provide us with aggregated, non-personal statistics on this basis (e.g. how many visitors have reached a particular target page). This allows us to trace the actions that have taken place after an ad has been viewed or clicked on on Bing or Yahoo.

    – Bing Ads remarketing

    Our online offering also uses the “Bing Ads remarketing” feature. After visiting our website, this feature allows us to show you our ads when you continue to use the internet. Our intention here is to show you ads that are of interest to you. This is done by means of a cookie stored in your browser (see above for more information), which is used to record and evaluate your usage behavior. No personal information is transmitted to us about individual website visitors, and we can only specifically deploy ads to website custom audiences if the custom audience has reached a critical size. This makes it impossible for us to determine the individual identities of visitors.

    There are various ways in which you can disable this tracking. You can adjust your browser settings to prevent the storage of cookies, although this may result in a restriction of the functionality of our website for you. You also can prevent Microsoft from recording your data on this website by clicking here: Disable Bing Ads Conversion Tracking and Remarketing. This will place an opt-out cookie that prevents recording when you visit our website in the future. Please note that if you delete all cookies on your device, this opt-out cookie will also be deleted; in this case, if you still wish to object then you must place the cookie again using the above button. The opt-out cookie is set per top-level domain, per browser, and per device and only prevents the recording of data for this website. In addition, you can disable interest-based ads from providers who are part of the “YourAdChoices” self-regulation initiative (http://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2#!/) or e.g. part of the Network Advertising Initiative (http://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1#!/); please note that this setting will be erased if you erase your cookies. It is also possible to disable interest-based ads at https://advertise.bingads.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/policies/personalized-ads.

    The legal bases for the processing are Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR.

    Third-party provider information: Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052-6399, USA. Microsoft’s privacy policy: https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-us/privacystatement. Microsoft has subjected itself to the EU-US Privacy Shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework).

    E) USE OF TWITTER ADS CONVERSION TRACKING

    Our website also uses the “Twitter Ads conversion tracking” feature from Twitter, Inc. (“Twitter”) to measure the reach of ads. This is to determine how successful our individual tweets and advertising activities are on Twitter. Our intention here is to develop and display advertising that is of interest to you and make our website more attractive. For this purpose, a conversion tag is integrated into our website. This JavaScript code enables Twitter to use cookies to collect pseudonymous data about your visit and the use of our website (e.g. about the browser session and the website displayed) and to provide us with aggregated, non-personal statistics on this basis (e.g. how many visitors have reached a particular target page). This allows us to trace the actions that have taken place after a tweet or an ad has been viewed or clicked on.

    There are various ways in which you can disable this tracking. You can adjust your browser settings to prevent the storage of cookies, although this may result in a restriction of the functionality of our website for you. You also can prevent Twitter from recording your data on this website by clicking here: Disable Twitter Ads Conversion Tracking. This will place an opt-out cookie that prevents recording when you visit our website in the future. Please note that if you delete all cookies on your device, this opt-out cookie will also be deleted; in this case, if you still wish to object then you must place the cookie again using the above button. The opt-out cookie is set per top-level domain, per browser, and per device and only prevents the recording of data for this website. In addition, you can disable interest-based ads from providers who are part of the “YourAdChoices” self-regulation initiative (http://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2#!/) or e.g. part of the Network Advertising Initiative (http://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1#!/); please note that this setting will be erased if you erase your cookies.

    The legal bases for the processing are Art. 6(1) Sentences 1(a) and (f) GDPR.

    Twitter’s privacy policy: https://twitter.com/en/privacy. Twitter has subjected itself to the EU-US Privacy Shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework).

    3. WHAT ARE MY RIGHTS?

    With regard to the personal data concerning you, you have the following rights vis-à-vis us – and vis-à-vis our partners, insofar as they are controllers within the meaning of the GDPR (see Sections 2.5 e, 2.6 c, and 2.7 h):

    • the right of access,
    • the right to receive a copy,
    • the right to rectification or erasure,
    • the right to completion of incomplete data,
    • the right to restriction of processing,
    • the right to object to processing,
    • the right to data portability.

    You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority about the processing of your personal data by us – or by our partners (see above). The data protection supervisory authority responsible for NolimitsSociety is:

    NolimitsSociety, Kastrullvägen 74, 39364 Kalmar.

    If you have given your consent to the processing of your data (within the meaning of Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(a) or Art. 9(2)(a) GDPR), you can revoke this consent with future effect at any time. This does not affect the lawfulness of processing carried out on the basis of the consent before you revoke your consent.

    If we base the processing of your personal data on the balancing of interests (Art. 6(1) Sentence 1(f) GDPR), you are entitled to object to the processing. This is the case if the processing is not necessary in particular for the performance of a contract with you, which was described by us in each case with the description of the individual functions. When exercising such a right of objection, we ask that you explain the reasons why we should not process your personal data as carried out by us. In the event that your objection is justified, we will examine the situation and either stop or adjust the data processing or point out to you the compelling legitimate reasons on the basis of which we will continue processing.

    However, you can of course object to the processing of your personal data for advertising or web analytics purposes at any time without giving reasons.

    As described in the relevant sections, we sometimes use external service providers to process your data. These have been carefully selected and commissioned by us, are bound by our instructions, and are regularly checked.

    The personal data processed by us is generally erased or blocked as soon as the purpose of storage ceases to apply. Data may be stored for a longer period if this has been provided for by the European or national legislator in EU regulations, laws, or other rules to which we as the controller are subject. The data will also be blocked or erased once a storage period prescribed by the aforementioned standards expires unless there is a need for further storage of the data for the conclusion or performance of a contract.

    Further processing operations may be required for contests and other promotional campaigns. In such cases, we will inform you in the context of the respective promotional campaign.

    Thank you for reading this privacy policy in its entirety!

    TERMS & CONDITIONS

    This contract (the “Contract”) governs all aspects of the relationship between you (the person or entity placing orders through NolimitsSociety’s Service) and whereby you use NolimitsSociety’s Service to place orders with NolimitsSociety to print designs on blank textiles and other products (“Products” or “blank Products”) at your expense and according to the Fulfillment Information provided by you. In this Contract, this arrangement and all associated websites, plugins, applications, and services for placing such orders as provided by NolimitsSociety are described collectively as the “Service.”

    NolimitsSociety operates two separate platforms: Individual Orders placed at the “NolimitsSociety NA Platform” will be printed in and shipped from the United States, whereas Individual Orders placed at the “NolimitsSociety EU Platform” will be printed in and shipped from the European Union. When using the Service, NolimitsSociety may require you to determine one of the platforms to be used for a specific plugin, application and/or service. The choice of a specific platform may affect the Service also in other ways, including the scope of Products available within the Service, the locations to which Products can be shipped and the prices, the taxes you have to pay when ordering Products, the applicable law for this Contract and the place of jurisdiction and venue in case of disputes between the parties. NolimitsSociety will inform you about the further impacts of each platform choice. Moreover, specific sections of this Contract, where indicated, will apply only with regard to the platform determined by you and NolimitsSociety’s related performance under this Contract.

    The use of the Service is limited to persons or entities, including through any other person acting in their name or on their behalf, who use the Service for purposes relating to their trade, business, craft or profession. This Contract is established between the parties upon completion of registration for a user account with NolimitsSociety (“Merchant Account”), e.g. at a website of NolimitsSociety or during the installation of a plugin or application provided by NolimitsSociety. During such registration, your agreement to the terms of this Contract by your express consent is required. The registration is completed when NolimitsSociety grants you access to your Merchant Account.

    Currently, the Contract can be concluded in the following languages: English.

    NolimitsSociety stores the information and the content you provide in your Merchant Account as well as the settings specified by you for the Service and your Merchant Account. You can review such information and settings in your Merchant Account. In addition, NolimitsSociety stores the terms of this Contract which are accessible to you at NolimitsSociety’s website also after establishing the Contract.

    1. Placing Orders with NolimitsSociety

    (a) Individual Order
    An “Individual Order” consists of your request for NolimitsSociety to deliver printed Products according to the Fulfillment Information you provide. This Contract governs all Individual Orders unless otherwise agreed in writing.

    (b) Fulfillment Information
    You must provide NolimitsSociety with all information and data necessary for the production and delivery of Individual Orders. Information and data provided by you are hereafter referred to as “Fulfillment Information”. Required fields are indicated in the Service. For example, you must provide a delivery address for the Products, which will usually be your customer’s (“End Customer”) address.

    (c) Submitting and Canceling Orders
    When you submit an order to NolimitsSociety through NolimitsSociety’s Service, you are making a binding offer for NolimitsSociety to fulfill the Individual Order according to the Fulfillment Information and the terms of this Contract. You may not cancel an Individual Order unless the Individual Order has not begun the printing process.

    1. The Service

    (a) License to the Service
    All intellectual property and other rights, title and interest in and to the Service are reserved. Your use of the Service does not grant you any right, title or interest to these properties, except as follows: NolimitsSociety grants you a limited, revocable license to access and use the Service for its intended purposes as described in this Contract, for as long as this Contract is in effect. To the extent that NolimitsSociety makes free fonts and designs available to you, NolimitsSociety grants you a royalty-free, limited, revocable license to use such content only in connection with the Service and only for as long as this Contract is in effect.

    (b) No Ownership
    You represent that you will not use NolimitsSociety’s intellectual property as if it were your own, or in any way which may be confusing, misleading, or deceptive, nor attempt to register such intellectual property in any jurisdiction. You may only use the Service according to NolimitsSociety’s terms, rules, and guidelines found or referred to in this Contract or agreed between the parties otherwise. NolimitsSociety may revoke this license and limit your access to the Service according to this Contract.

    (c) Your Account Information
    If you do not provide complete, accurate, and up-to-date information in your Merchant Account, this is a material breach of the Contract and NolimitsSociety may suspend or terminate your access to the Service. This includes current, valid payment information, your full name as shown on your income tax return, and any other financial or tax-related information NolimitsSociety requests. NolimitsSociety also requires a valid email address from you so that we can communicate with you. You are solely liable for the consequences of providing incorrect or out-of-date information. Before you submit the Merchant Account registration form, you may check the accuracy of the information you have entered and amend it using the correction tools provided.

    (d) Maintenance and Security
    You are solely responsible for securing your login credentials against access by third parties, for covering all costs and aspects of the configuration of your software and hardware as needed to use the Service, and for adapting to any later changes to the Service. Do not use the same login credentials of your Merchant Account for other websites and services. If you have reason to believe that third parties have accessed your login credentials, change your password, and notify us immediately.

    (e) NolimitsSociety Newsletter
    We will email you information and tips with regard to the Service (“NolimitsSociety Newsletter”) from time to time. You can unsubscribe from the NolimitsSociety Newsletter at any time. Please note that you will continue to receive contractually relevant information via email.

    (f) Acceptable Use Rules.
    You may not:

    interfere with the Service by using viruses or any other programs or technology designed to disrupt or damage any software or hardware;
    interfere with, or disrupt the access of any user, host or network, including by using a virus; by overloading, flooding, or spamming the Service; or by engaging in any activity that places a disproportionate burden on the Service (including by automated means) compared to ordinary use from a single, ordinary user; or
    engage in any activity that interferes with another user’s ability to use or enjoy the Service.
    use a robot or other automated means to monitor the activity on or copy information or pages from the Service, except search engines, traffic counters, or similar basic performance monitoring technology;
    modify, copy, create derivative works from, reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble any technology used to provide the Service;
    use any meta tags, search terms, keywords, or similar tags that contain NolimitsSociety’s name or trademarks;
    impersonate another person or entity in connection with the Service;
    assist or encourage any third party in engaging in any activity prohibited by this Contract; or
    use the Service to promote hate speech, obscenity, or any content that NolimitsSociety in its sole discretion finds objectionable. You can review our Content Policy here: Content Policy

    1. Usage, Warranties, and Rights to Designs & Fulfillment Information and Your Usage of the Service

    (a) Usage by NolimitsSociety
    You agree that NolimitsSociety and its subcontractors may use the Fulfillment Information to reproduce, create derivative works from, distribute, process, translate, adapt, publish, publicly perform, publicly display, and edit designs; to decorate blank Products; and to process or change any data to ensure conformity with NolimitsSociety’s Service and other requirements during the term of this Contract on an irrevocable, non-transferable, worldwide, fully paid & royalty-free, and non-exclusive basis. This Section 3(a) may not be interpreted to grant NolimitsSociety any further ownership rights in the Fulfillment Information that NolimitsSociety would not otherwise have. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Contract, NolimitsSociety may at any time refuse to publish and/or to print your Fulfillment Information or remove the Fulfillment Information from the Service for any or no reason.

    (b) Advertising
    NolimitsSociety is also entitled to use your Fulfillment Information and mention you as a reference for promotional purposes in any and all media now existing or later arising. However, NolimitsSociety is under no obligation to mention you in such promotions.

    (c) Third Party Intellectual Property Rights and Applicable Laws
    (1) No Violations

       (A) You represent to NolimitsSociety that you have all rights necessary

    (i) to grant the license above in Section 3(a) (Usage by NolimitsSociety),

    (ii) to place an order for the printing of Products under this Contract,

    (iii) to offer the Products for sale, and

    (iv) to display, offer, and sell all content, designs, or other Fulfillment Information relating to the Products, without infringing the rights of any third parties or any applicable laws. For example, these rights can be in trademark, copyright, patent, publicity, personal privacy, and any other applicable usage rights.

       (B) You further represent that NolimitsSociety’s use of the Fulfillment Information will not violate the rights of any third parties or any applicable laws, including criminal laws, privacy laws, and laws protecting minors. You can review some examples here Legal Guidelines for Designs.
    
       (C) You further represent that

    (i) the websites, shops and services on which you display and/or embed the Products or the Service or any part thereof,

    (ii) your advertising activities for the Products and/or the Service as well as

    (iii) any other use of the Service by you will not violate the rights of any third parties or any

    applicable laws.

    (2) Due Diligence. You are solely responsible for ensuring the designs and other Fulfillment Information you submit are free from any violations of law and infringements of third-party rights.

    (3) Notification. You must promptly notify NolimitsSociety if you receive any claim that any Fulfillment Information or Products infringe or violate third party rights. NolimitsSociety may also provide such a third-party claimant with information relating to the origin, production, sales, and distribution of affected Individual Orders.

    (4) Possible Actions. If NolimitsSociety believes, in its sole discretion, that you are in breach of any of the foregoing representations in this Section 3(c)(1) to (3), NolimitsSociety may – in addition to any other rights or claims NolimitsSociety may have – immediately suspend or terminate the publication of your Fulfillment Information.

    1. Processing Individual Orders

    (a) NolimitsSociety’s Discretion.
    NolimitsSociety may accept or reject Individual Orders in its sole discretion. NolimitsSociety anticipates that it will accept most Individual Orders, but you hereby acknowledge that NolimitsSociety may reject an Individual Order for any reason or no reason.

    (b) Intellectual Property Violations.
    In addition to the general discretion above in Section 4(a) (NolimitsSociety’s Discretion), NolimitsSociety may reject, cancel, or suspend an Individual Order, or suspend or terminate this Contract immediately without prior notice and without any recourse to you if

    (1) NolimitsSociety receives any notification that any Fulfillment Information violates any law or infringes upon third-party rights;

    (2) NolimitsSociety believes, in its sole discretion, that the Fulfillment Information violates any law or infringes upon third-party rights, or that you have violated Section 2(f) (Acceptable Use Rules); or

    (3) NolimitsSociety believes, in its sole discretion, that its continued performance under this Contract poses a legal or other risk (including a public relations risk) for NolimitsSociety.

    (c) Product Availability.
    NolimitsSociety makes a selection of blank Products available to you for the fulfillment of Individual Orders. NolimitsSociety cannot guarantee the availability of products at all times and may change the available products at any time and in NolimitsSociety’s sole discretion.

    (d) Product Specifications.
    You understand and agree, that descriptions and information provided by NolimitsSociety in the Service with respect to material, color, weight, measurements, design or other features of the Products only serve as an approximate indication for the Products, that NolimitsSociety, when processing an Individual Order, is entitled to deviate from such descriptions and information as far as this can be considered reasonable for you and that such deviations are not considered a Product defect. Reasonable cause for variations in the Product features may result from fluctuations customary in trade and technical production processes.

    (e) Subcontractors.
    NolimitsSociety may subcontract any of its duties in this Contract. For example, NolimitsSociety may use subcontractors to print the blank Products, and NolimitsSociety or its subcontractors have full discretion to select various shipping providers for deliveries.

    (f) No End Customer Service.
    You are solely responsible for providing your End Customers, if any, with customer service, including coordinating their requests for refunds, returns, and replacements of Individual Orders you originally placed with NolimitsSociety. NolimitsSociety generally has no direct contact with End Customers. For information about products that are returned to NolimitsSociety or otherwise allegedly defective products, see Section 6(e) (Wrong & Insufficient Address, Unclaimed Shipping) and Section 9 (Defects).

    1. Prices

    (a) Generally
    NolimitsSociety sets Product prices and displays these in the Service. Shipping costs are shown separately. NolimitsSociety may change prices from time to time in its sole discretion, and such changes will be reflected in the Service.

    (b) Price Reductions for High Volumes
    NolimitsSociety may, in its sole discretion, make different pricing programs available from time to time (for example, NolimitsSociety may offer lower prices to you if you place orders exceeding a certain USD or EUR amount in a given time frame). NolimitsSociety does not guarantee the availability of such programs and may suspend or discontinue such programs at any time. Details on such pricing programs can be found on NolimitsSociety’s website.

    (c) Taxes.
    All prices and costs described in this Contract and the Services are net prices and do not include sales taxes, value-added tax, import value-added tax, or other taxes and duties which you may have to pay in addition. You are solely responsible for paying any taxes that apply to your sale, supply, and delivery of the Products to the End Customer. To the extent NolimitsSociety actually pays such costs on your behalf, NolimitsSociety may charge you for them. You must provide NolimitsSociety current, valid tax-related information NolimitsSociety requests, including on your resale certificate or your VAT-ID.

    (d) Invoices.
    You agree to electronic invoicing only. Invoices will be made available in a format chosen in the sole discretion of NolimitsSociety and will be downloadable via the Service. If you are in delay with providing tax-related information (including on your resale certificate or your VAT-ID) requested by NolimitsSociety or provide incorrect or out-of-date tax-related information, you are not entitled to claim corrections to invoices created by NolimitsSociety.

    1. Shipping and Delivery

    (a) Generally.
    (1) NolimitsSociety or its subcontractors will arrange the delivery of Individual Orders to the delivery address you specify in the Fulfillment Information (usually the delivery address of the End Customer). If you do not provide a delivery address with the Fulfillment Information, then NolimitsSociety may refuse delivery, or deliver the Individual Orders to your address on file, in NolimitsSociety’s sole discretion.

    (2) NolimitsSociety has the sole discretion to restrict the available countries for shipping, the mode of transport, the shipping service provider, and the type of packaging available for Individual Orders. You may select only from the shipping options which NolimitsSociety makes available to you when you place your Individual Order.

    (3) You consent to partial deliveries.

    (4) If possible, NolimitsSociety may state you as the sender of the shipping and your address as the return address.

    (b) Costs.
    You may review shipping costs in the Service. NolimitsSociety may change shipping costs at any time in their sole discretion.

    (c) Risk of Loss and Delay, Insurance.
    The risk of Individual Order loss, destruction, and delay passes to you when the Individual Order is handed over to the shipping service provider, forwarder, carrier, or other person tasked with facilitating shipping. NolimitsSociety is not obligated to insure Individual Orders in transit.

    (d) No Warranties Regarding Delivery Timing.
    NolimitsSociety may provide general estimates of delivery times on its website and in the Service. These are estimates only, and NolimitsSociety expressly disclaims all warranties that it will make Individual Orders available to a shipping service provider within any specific time period or that Individual Orders will arrive at any given destination on a specific date.

    (e) Wrong & Insufficient Address, Unclaimed Shipping.
    If a Product is returned by the shipping provider to NolimitsSociety without NolimitsSociety’s fault (e.g. because you provided a wrong or insufficient address or the shipping went unclaimed), we will contact you and ask you for an updated address and reship the Product to such new address. You will be liable for any costs of a possible storage and/or reshipping of the Product (if and as applicable). If a Product is not reshipped within 90 days after return to NolimitsSociety without NolimitsSociety’s fault, a reshipping won’t be available anymore and NolimitsSociety is entitled, without any further liability to you, to donate the Product to charity or dispose the Product of at your costs.

    (f) Export, Import.
    (1) Forms and Information. If your Individual Order is subject to customs, you will provide NolimitsSociety any necessary shipping information and NolimitsSociety will make commercially reasonable efforts to prepare the necessary export documentation when packaging the affected Individual Orders. You acknowledge that with respect to any such Individual Orders neither NolimitsSociety, nor its affiliates, nor its subcontractors are deemed to be the importer of any goods.

    (2) Costs. If import duties, (import) VAT, customs clearance costs, or other costs and levies are due or may be incurred in accordance with the statutory provisions in the recipient country of your Individual Order, the recipient of the Products must pay these upon receipt. To the extent that NolimitsSociety incurs costs related to the export to or import in the recipient country (including duties, charges, taxes (e.g., VAT and sales taxes), or other fees), NolimitsSociety may charge you for these costs.

    (3) Destinations and Embargoes. You may review the available delivery destinations in the Service. However, if an Individual Order would be delivered to a destination subject to applicable sanctions or an embargo, or to a specifically designated national or blocked person under applicable law, or to any entity, person, or destination that is the subject of a similar restriction, you acknowledge that NolimitsSociety is authorized to reject or withdraw from that Individual Order.

    1. Payment and Title in Products

    (a) Generally.
    You agree to pay NolimitsSociety for the Products, their printing, and delivery of all Individual Orders. Payment must be made in the currency (or currencies) selected by NolimitsSociety. Depending on the NolimitsSociety platform determined by you for the Individual Order, payment of charges shall be collected and processed as follows:

    (1) If you placed your Individual Order at the NolimitsSociety NA Platform, Spreadshirt, Inc., 1572 Roseytown Road, Greensburg, PA 15601, United States, +1 (800) 381-0815 (an affiliated company of NolimitsSociety) will collect and process payments.

    (2) If you placed your Individual Order at the NolimitsSociety EU Platform, NolimitsSociety will collect and process payments.

    (b) Payment Methods.
    You must provide payment information before NolimitsSociety starts to produce an Individual Order. NolimitsSociety may make various methods of payment available from time to time (for example, you may provide NolimitsSociety with your credit card information), and you may review the available methods in the Service. If your chosen payment method results in additional charges to you (for example from your banking institution), these charges are your sole responsibility.

    (c) Payment Failure.
    If there is a chargeback on your Individual Order, or if your payment method fails for any reason,

    (1) NolimitsSociety is immediately excused from all duties under this Contract and under the Individual Orders, without prior notice to you, until you correct the error and process any overdue payment(s); and

    (2) you agree to pay any and all associated costs caused by the chargeback or your payment failure, including processing fees, costs of collection, and reasonable attorney’s fees, if applicable.

    (d) Retention of Title.
    (1) The Products delivered by NolimitsSociety (“Reserved Products”) remain the property of NolimitsSociety until all claims to which NolimitsSociety is entitled against you now or in the future have been satisfied, including all balance claims from the current account.

    (2) You may use the Reserved Products and resell them in the ordinary course of business as long as you are not in default of payment. However, you may not pledge the Reserved Products as collateral or transfer their ownership by way of security.

    (3) In NolimitsSociety’s security interest, you hereby assign to NolimitsSociety in full your claims (including all balance claims from the current account) for payment against your End Customers from the resale of the Reserved Products and those of your claims in respect of the Reserved Products which arise for any other legal reason against your End Customers or third parties (in particular tort claims and claims to insurance benefits). NolimitsSociety accepts this assignment.

    (4) You are entitled to collect the claims assigned to NolimitsSociety above on your own account and in your own name on NolimitsSociety’s behalf as long as NolimitsSociety does not revoke this authorization. NolimitsSociety nevertheless has the right to collect these claims itself; however, NolimitsSociety will not enforce the claims itself and shall not revoke the authorization to collect the claims as long as you duly meet your payment obligations.

    (5) If you are in breach of contract, and in particular if you are in default of payment, NolimitsSociety is entitled to demand that you (i) inform NolimitsSociety about the assigned claims and the respective debtors, (ii) inform the respective debtors of the assignment and (iii) hand over to NolimitsSociety all documents and provide NolimitsSociety with all necessary information to enforce the claims.

    (6) Upon your request, NolimitsSociety shall release the securities to which NolimitsSociety is entitled insofar as their market value exceeds the value of NolimitsSociety’s open claims against you by more than 10%. NolimitsSociety may, however, select the specific securities to be released.

    1. Data Protection

    (a) CCPA “Service Provider” Clause.
    To the extent that NolimitsSociety is subject to the regulations of the California Consumer Privacy Act, this Section 8(a) applies. NolimitsSociety will collect, process, and use End Customers’ personal data only in so far as is necessary to perform its duties under this Contract. NolimitsSociety may not

    (1) sell personal information;

    (2) retain, use, or disclose personal information for any purpose other than for the specific purpose of performing the services specified in this Contract; or

    (3) retain, use, or disclose the personal information outside of the direct business relationship between the parties.

    NolimitsSociety certifies that it understands the restrictions above and in Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.140(w)(2)(A) and that it will comply with them. For purposes of this Section 8(a), “consumer,” “sell,” and “personal information” have the definitions found in Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.140.

    (b)
    End Customer personal data will be destroyed at your request, as long NolimitsSociety is not subject to legal requirements to store the data in question. More information can be found in NolimitsSociety’s privacy policy which is available at NolimitsSociety’s website.

    (c)
    You guarantee to NolimitsSociety that any of the End Customers’ personal data that you have collected and transmitted to NolimitsSociety has been collected in accordance with all applicable legal requirements (E.g., the CAN-SPAM Act, COPPA, GDPR, etc.) and you expressly warrant that NolimitsSociety may use all such information to perform its duties under this Contract without violating any laws. You guarantee that you have obtained End Customer consent for information collection and processing in all circumstances to the extent required by applicable law.

    1. Defects

    (a) Remedies for defective Products.
    If a Product is defective, NolimitsSociety, to the extent permitted under applicable law, has the sole discretion to grant you a refund (including the refund method), credit your account, or replace a Printed Product at NolimitsSociety’s expense. In order to request a refund, credit, or replacement, you must send a photograph and a brief explanation of the problem to NolimitsSociety within 30 days of delivery at the latest via NolimitsSociety’s complaint form as provided within the Service.

    (b) Defective Products.
    (1) A Product is defective in particular, if, upon passing of the risk (see Section 6(c) (Risk of Loss)), (i) the Product has not agreed quality (especially, if the Product does not match with your Fulfillment Information) or, (ii) to the extent that the quality has not been agreed, the Product is not suitable for the normal use and its quality is usual for products of the same type and which you can expect for such type of products.

    (2) For clarification, NolimitsSociety will not grant a refund, credit your account, or replace a printed Product solely because

    NolimitsSociety deviates from Product descriptions and information in accordance with Section 4(d) (Product Specifications);

    the Product was unsatisfactory for any reason despite matching the provided Fulfillment Information; or

    the shipping provider did not complete delivery or completed delivery late.

    In such cases, you must place a new order, or the recipient of the Product must attempt to resolve the delivery dispute with the shipping provider.

    1. Indemnification

    (a) Generally
    You agree to indemnify, defend, release, and hold NolimitsSociety and its affiliates, employees, officers, agents, and subcontractors harmless, without limitation, from any liabilities and costs (including reasonable attorney’s fees) resulting from any claims that arise out of or relate to

    (1) your breach of any term, representation, or warranty of this Contract, including for example Section 2(c) (Your Account Information), Section 2(f) (Acceptable Use Rules), Section 3 (Usage, Warranties, and Rights to Designs & Fulfillment Information and your Usage of the Service) and Section 5(c) (Taxes);

    (2) liability for taxes, including sales, use, value-added, import value-added, manufacturing, processing, excise or other similar taxes or (export or import) duties; and

    (3) the violation of any law, in so far as such claims relate to your Individual Orders, your use of NolimitsSociety’s Service, or other acts relating to this Contract.

    (b) Management of Defense
    NolimitsSociety reserves the right to manage its defense of an indemnified claim in its sole discretion, including the selection of its own counsel. You agree to cooperate fully with NolimitsSociety in the defense of any claims described in this Section.

    1. Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitation of Liability

    (a) Disclaimer of Warranties
    (1) As-Is. With respect to this Service, NolimitsSociety hereby disclaims any and all express or implied warranties, including warranties of fitness for a particular purpose, merchantability, and non-infringement to the fullest extent of the law, except to the extent that this Contract provides otherwise. NolimitsSociety is also not responsible for express warranties made by the manufacturer(s) of blank Products or other third parties (e.g., in their advertisements). NolimitsSociety provides the service on an “as-is” and “as available” basis. NolimitsSociety does not represent or warrant that the Service or its use:

       (A) will be uninterrupted, timely, safe, or secure,
    
       (B) will be free of inaccuracies, errors, or vulnerabilities,
    
       (C) will meet your expectations or requirements, or
    
       (D) will operate in the configuration or with the hardware or software you use.

    (2) Assumption of Risk. When NolimitsSociety grants you access to your Merchant Account or new features, you agree that you will diligently inspect the features of the online Service without undue delay, insofar as this is reasonable in the ordinary course of business. If you find any material defect in the Service, you must notify NolimitsSociety. If you fail to notify NolimitsSociety about a material defect, the online Service shall be deemed to be approved by you, unless the defect is one that could not be detected during a diligent inspection. If such material defect becomes apparent at a later date, your notification must be made without undue delay after its discovery; otherwise, the online Service shall be deemed to have been approved also in respect of this defect. With regard to approved features, you agree that

       (A) NolimitsSociety has no responsibility for any damages suffered by you in connection with the online Service, and that use of the online Service, including all content, data or software distributed by, downloaded, or accessed from or through the online Service, is at your sole risk and
    
       (B) you will be solely responsible for any damage to your business or your computer system or any loss of data that results from your actions and your use of the online Service. NolimitsSociety does not control or endorse in any respect any information, products, or services offered by independent third parties in connection with the Service and is not responsible for any possible representations and warranties these third parties may make.

    (b) Limitation of Liability.
    (1) Unlimited Liability. No provision in this Contract shall exclude or limit NolimitsSociety’s liability (i) in the event of willful misconduct or gross negligence, (ii) in case of an injury to life, body, and health, (iii) within the scope of a guarantee taken over by NolimitsSociety, (iv) in the event that a defect is maliciously concealed, (v) according to the German Product Liability Act, if applicable.

    (2) Other Liability. Unless NolimitsSociety is liable in accordance with the “Unlimited Liability” section above, NolimitsSociety’s liability

       (A) from its violation of an essential contractual obligation (an obligation whose fulfillment is a prerequisite for the proper execution of this Contract and the Individual Orders in the first place and whose compliance you regularly trust and may trust) is limited to the compensation of the foreseeable, typically occurring damage to this type of contract, and
    
       (B) shall, in any case, not exceed the total amount of money you have paid for in connection with the Service in the 12 months preceding a claim.

    In all other respects, NolimitsSociety’s liability is excluded, and NolimitsSociety is especially not liable to you for any lost profits or other consequential, special, indirect, punitive, or incidental damages arising out of or relating to the Service, this Contract, or any other agreement or conduct involving you and NolimitsSociety, regardless of the cause of action (whether in contract, tort, strict product liability, or otherwise), even if advised of the possibility of such damages.

    (3) Scope. In the case of claims for your damages against any of NolimitsSociety’s affiliates, and NolimitsSociety’s and NolimitsSociety’s affiliates’ employees, officers, agents, and subcontractors, the limitation of liability in this Contract shall also apply in favor of such persons.

    1. Term and Termination

    (a) Generally
    This Contract has an indefinite term. The parties may terminate this Contract for any reason or no reason by providing written notice of termination (including via email), which termination becomes effective immediately upon notification. You may also terminate this Contract effective immediately by permanently ending your use of the Service (e.g., by deleting your Merchant Account or uninstalling all applicable NolimitsSociety applications or plugins). Termination of this Contract does not affect Individual Orders placed before termination.

    (b) Termination For Cause
    NolimitsSociety may terminate this Contract without any prior notice if you violate Section 2(f) (Acceptable Use Rules), Section 3 (Usage, Warranties, and Rights to Designs & Fulfillment Information and your Usage of the Service), if you materially breach any other agreement (or a surviving duty of an expired agreement) to which you and NolimitsSociety are parties, if you become insolvent or cease to do business in the ordinary course, or if you engage in any illegal, unfair, or deceptive business practices or unethical conduct whatsoever (in NolimitsSociety’s sole discretion). If Section 13(d)(1) applies and if NolimitsSociety terminates this Contract pursuant to this Section 12(b), you waive all rights, including injunctive relief, to contest NolimitsSociety’s determination that a termination event has occurred.

    (c) Survival
    Notwithstanding the above, Sections 2(b) and 2(f) (The Service), Section 3 (Usage, Warranties, and Rights to Designs & Fulfillment Information and your Usage of the Service), Section 5(c) (Taxes), Section 6(c) (Risk of Loss and Delay, Insurance), Section 7 (Payment; especially for orders placed before termination), Section 10 (Indemnification), Section 11 (Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitation of Liability), Section 12(c) (Survival), and Section 13 (Miscellaneous) survive the termination of this Contract.

    1. Miscellaneous

    (a) Entire Agreement
    This Contract contains the entire agreement between the parties and replaces all prior oral and written agreements regarding its subject matter. The parties have not relied on any representations or promises relating to the subject matter of this Contract except those contained within the four corners of this Contract.

    (b) Amendment
    (1) Any changes to this Contract must be agreed upon in writing.

    (2) Changes to this Contract may also be agreed upon as follows:

     (A) Provided the change is reasonable for you, NolimitsSociety is entitled to change the Contract if
    
          (i) the legal, regulatory, economic, or technical conditions on which the Contract is based change, or
    
          (ii) NolimitsSociety introduces new features to the Service or existing features of the Service are adjusted. A change is reasonable if it would not significantly disturb the contractual balance between the parties and not result in a significant restriction of the Service.
    
     (B) If NolimitsSociety wishes to change the Contract in the cases specified in Section 13(b)(2)(A), NolimitsSociety will inform you of this and will offer you the new contract terms no later than 15 days prior to the scheduled effective date of the contractual change. If you do not object to the validity of the new contract terms within 15 days upon receipt of NolimitsSociety’s offer by notifying NolimitsSociety in text form (including email), then once this deadline passes the changes to the contract shall be deemed accepted by you. Should you object to the validity of the new contract terms in the required manner and on time, the Contract shall continue to be effective unchanged. In such cases, NolimitsSociety does however reserve the right to terminate the Contract with you in order to ensure the uniform treatment of all merchants. At the beginning of the 15 days objection period, NolimitsSociety will inform you again of your right of objection, the ways in which you can declare your objection, and the intended significance of your behavior.

    (c) Waiver.
    Waivers are only effective when in writing. If a party waives enforcement of a breach of any term of this Contract, later breaches of the same or other terms are not waived. Accepting late performance of any act or late fulfillment of any condition of this Contract is not a waiver of the act or condition itself.

    (d) Choice of Law, Disputes.
    (1) If you select NolimitsSociety’s NA Platform for your Merchant Account, the formation, construction, and performance of this Contract and all Individual Orders must be construed in accordance with the laws of Pennsylvania without regard to its choice of law rules, and without regard to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods of Vienna 1980. If you select NolimitsSociety’s NA Platform for your Merchant Account and if any dispute arises between the parties or out of this Contract or any Individual Order, you agree to exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue in the state or federal courts of Pennsylvania; however, NolimitsSociety is entitled to submit such a dispute, suit, action or proceeding also to the place of your general jurisdiction and venue. If you file any claims in other venues in contravention of this Section 13(d)(1), or dispute personal jurisdiction in contravention of this Section 13(d)(1), you agree that these filings or arguments must be dismissed immediately and you must reimburse NolimitsSociety for all of its costs and reasonable attorney’s fees relating to such filing(s) or argument(s).

    (2) If you select NolimitsSociety’s EU Platform for your Merchant Account, the formation, construction, and performance of this Contract and all Individual Orders must be construed in accordance with the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany without regard to its choice of law rules, and without regard to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods of Vienna 1980. The terms of this Contract shall not limit your mandatory statutory rights under applicable law. If you select NolimitsSociety’s EU Platform for your Merchant Account and if any dispute arises between the parties or out of this Contract or any Individual Order, you agree to exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue in the courts of Leipzig, Federal Republic of Germany; however, NolimitsSociety is entitled to submit such a dispute, suit, action or proceeding also to the place of your general jurisdiction and venue.

    (e) Notice.
    To give notice pursuant to this Contract, a party must send written notice to the other Party at the email address provided in the Service. Notices to NolimitsSociety must be sent by using the contact form provided in the Service. Unless otherwise specified, notice is deemed to be received at the start of the next full business day (meaning 9:00 am to 5:00 pm in the time zone of the recipient) after it is sent by electronic mail.

    (f) No Third-Party Beneficiaries.
    Unless otherwise provided, this Contract does not and is not intended to confer any rights or remedies upon any person other than the parties.

    (g) Interpretation Rules.
    (1) “Or” when used in group phrases or nouns intends to include any combination of all or any of the items in the group, and not merely one member or the other of such a group.

    (2) When “includes” or “including” begins a list of items, the list is not exclusive.

    (3) All headings used in this Contract are for convenience only and are not to be taken into account when interpreting the meaning of any term of this Contract.

    (4) “the parties” refers to you and NolimitsSociety jointly.

    (h) Non-Business Day Grace.
    If this Contract sets a deadline or requires action on a day that is a Saturday, a Sunday or a general officially recognized holiday in the United States of America, the state of Pennsylvania, or the state of Saxony (Federal Republic of Germany) the deadline or required date of action will be moved to the next regular business day.

    (i) Independent Contractor Relationship.
    (1) NolimitsSociety and You. This Contract does not constitute a joint venture, partnership, agency, employment, or fiduciary relationship between the parties. Neither party nor its agents have any authority to bind the other party, and the relationship of the parties is that of independent contractors.

    (2) You and Others. The contractual relationship between you and NolimitsSociety exists independently of any contractual relationships you may have with others, including End Customers. The End Customer remains your customer only. Possible risks arising out of the relationship between you and End Customers rest solely with you. For example, you are solely responsible for any VAT and sales taxes that apply to your sales to your own End Customers, if applicable.

    (j) Set-off, Right of Retention.
    You are only entitled to rights of set-off or retention to the extent that your claim has been legally recognized and finally adjudicated, or is uncontested. In addition, you may only exercise a right of retention if your claim is based on this Contract.

    (k) Succession and Assignment.
    This Contract inures to the benefit of and binds the successors, assigns, heirs, executors, and administrators of the parties, for example, in connection with a merger, acquisition, consolidation, change of control, or purchase of all or substantially all of your assets or business. However, you may not assign or delegate any right or duty under this Contract without written consent from NolimitsSociety. Any attempt to do so is null and void.

    (l) Severability.
    If any provision of this Contract or an Individual Order is held invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Contract or the Individual Order will remain in full force and effect. If any provision is held invalid or unenforceable with respect to particular circumstances, it will remain in full force and effect in all other circumstances.

    TERMS OF SERVICE

    Introduction

    Site Terms of Service, an Enforceable Legal Agreement.
    As of *2022-01-24 08:28:08*

    These Terms of Service and our privacy policy (together the “Terms”) govern all use of https://nolimitssociety.site and that site’s services (together the “Site” or “Services”).The owners and contributors to the Site will be referred to as “we,” “us,” or “our” in these Terms. By using the Site or its Services, and/or by clicking anywhere on this Site to agree to these Terms, you are deemed to be a “user” for purposes of the Terms. You and every other user (“you” or “User” as applicable) are bound by these Terms. You and each user also agree to the Terms by using the Services. If any User does not agree to the Terms or the Privacy Policy, such User may not access the Site or use the Services. In these Terms, the word “Site” includes the site referenced above, its owner(s), contributors, suppliers, licensors, and other related parties.

    Responsibility of Website Visitors

    We have not reviewed, and cannot review, all of the material, including computer software, posted to the Website, and cannot therefore be responsible for that material s content, use or effects. By operating the Website, we do not represent or imply that it endorses the material there posted, or that it believes such material to be accurate, useful or non-harmful. You are responsible for taking precautions as necessary to protect yourself and your computer systems from viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and other harmful or destructive content. The Website may contain content that is offensive, indecent, or otherwise objectionable, as well as content containing technical inaccuracies, typographical mistakes, and other errors. The Website may also contain material that violates the privacy or publicity rights, or infringes the intellectual property and other proprietary rights, of third parties, or the downloading, copying or use of which is subject to additional terms and conditions, stated or unstated.
    We disclaim any responsibility for any harm resulting from the use by visitors of the Website, or from any downloading by those visitors of content there posted.ANY DAMAGES THAT USER MAY SUFFER FOR ANY REASON, THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF THE SITE IN CONNECTION WITH THE SITE OR SERVICES, AND ANY PARTY’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT, IF ANY, ACTUALLY PAID BY USER TO THE SITE OWNER DURING THE 12 MONTHS PRIOR TO THE EVENT THAT USER CLAIMS CAUSED THE DAMAGES.

    The Site shall not be liable for any damages incurred as a result of any loss, disclosure, or third party use of information, regardless of whether such disclosure or use is with or without User’s knowledge or consent. The Site shall have no liability for any damages related to: User’s actions or failures to act, the acts or omissions of any third party, including but not limited to any telecommunications service provider, or events or causes beyond the Site’s reasonable control. The Site has no obligations whatever, and shall have no liability to, any third party who is not a User bound by these Terms. Limitations, exclusions, and disclaimers in tided below.

    Disclaimer of Warranties

    TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE SITE PROVIDES THE SERVICES “AS IS,” WITH ALL FAULTS. THE SITE DOES NOT WARRANT UNINTERRUPTED USE OR OPERATION OF THE SERVICES, OR THAT ANY DATA WILL BE TRANSMITTED IN A MANNER THAT IS TIMELY, UNCORRUPTED, FREE OF INTERFERENCE, OR SECURE. THE SITE DISCLAIMS REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, AND CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, WRITTEN, ORAL, CONTRACTUAL, COMMON LAW, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTIES, DUTIES, OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, OR THAT MAY ARISE FROM A COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE.

    Liability Is Limited

    THE SITE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS (REGARDLESS OF WHETHER WE HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED THAT SUCH LOSS MAY OCCUR) OR EXPOSURE TO ANY THIRD PARTY CLAIMS BY REASON OF ANY ACT OR OMISSION. THE SITE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY ACT OR OMISSION OF ANY THIRD PARTY INVOLVED WITH THE SERVICES, SITE OFFERS, OR ANY ACT BY SITE USERS. THE SITE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES THAT RESULT FROM ANY SERVICE PROVIDED BY, OR PRODUCT OR DEVICE MANUFACTURED BY, THIRD PARTIES.

    NOTWITHSTANDING ANY DAMAGES THAT USER MAY SUFFER FOR ANY REASON, THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF THE SITE IN CONNECTION WITH THE SITE OR SERVICES, AND ANY PARTY’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT, IF ANY, ACTUALLY PAID BY USER TO THE SITE OWNER DURING THE 12 MONTHS PRIOR TO THE EVENT THAT USER CLAIMS CAUSED THE DAMAGES.

    The Site shall not be liable for any damages incurred as a result of any loss, disclosure, or third party use of information, regardless of whether such disclosure or use is with or without User’s knowledge or consent. The Site shall have no liability for any damages related to: User’s actions or failures to act, the acts or omissions of any third party, including but not limited to any telecommunications service provider, or events or causes beyond the Site’s reasonable control. The Site has no obligations whatever, and shall have no liability to, any third party who is not a User bound by these Terms. Limitations, exclusions, and disclaimers in these Terms shall apply to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, even if any remedy fails its essential purpose.

    Content Posted on Other Websites

    We have not reviewed, and cannot review, all of the material, including computer software, made available through the websites and webpages to which our website links, and that link to us. We do not have any control over those external websites and webpages, and we are not responsible for their contents or their use. By linking to an external website or webpage, we do not represent or imply that it endorses such website or webpage. You are responsible for taking precautions as necessary to protect yourself and your computer systems from viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and other harmful or destructive content. We disclaim any responsibility for any harm resulting from your use of external websites and webpages.

    Third party products, links, and actions

    The Site may include or offer third party products or services. The Site may also have other users or members who interact with each other, through the Site, elsewhere online, or in person. These third party products and any linked sites have separate and independent terms of service and privacy policies. We have no control or responsibility for the content and activities of these linked sites, sellers, and third parties in general, regardless of whether you first were introduced or interacted with such businesses, services, products, and people through the Site, and therefore you agree that we are not liable for any of them. We do, however, welcome any feedback about these sites, sellers, other users or members, and third parties.

    Changes to the Site and the Services

    The owners and contributors to the Site will work to improve the Site for our users, and to further our business interests in the Site. We reserve the right to add, change, and remove features, content, and data, including the right to add or change any pricing terms. You agree that we will not be liable for any such changes. Neither your use of the Site nor these terms give you any right, title, or protectable legal interest in the Site or its content.
    We reserve the right, at its sole discretion, to modify or replace any part of this Agreement. It is your responsibility to check this Agreement periodically for changes. Your continued use of or access to the Website following the posting of any changes to this Agreement constitutes acceptance of those changes.

    Termination

    We may terminate your access to all or any part of the Website at any time, with or without cause, with or without notice, effective immediately. If you wish to terminate this Agreement or your account (if you have one), you may simply discontinue using the Website. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if you have a paid services account, such account can only be terminated by us if you materially breach this Agreement and fail to cure such breach within thirty (30) days from our notice to you thereof; provided that, we can terminate the Website immediately as part of a general shut down of our service. All provisions of this Agreement which by their nature should survive termination shall survive termination, including, without limitation, ownership provisions, warranty disclaimers, indemnity and limitations of liability.

    Indemnity

    If your activity or any activity on your behalf creates potential or actual liability for us, or for any of our users, partners, or contributors, you agree to indemnify and hold us and any such user, partner, contributor, or any agent harmless from and against all claims, costs of defense and judgment, liabilities, legal fees, damages, losses, and other expenses in relation to any claims or actions arising out of or relating to your use of the Site, or any breach by you of these Terms of Service.

    Intellectual Property

    This site and some delivery modes of our product are built on the WordPress platform. For information about intellectual property rights, including General Public License (“GPL”) terms under which the WordPress software is licensed, see here http://wordpress.org/about/gpl/

    The Site grants User a revocable, non-transferable, and non-exclusive license to use the Site solely in connection with the Site and the Services, under these Terms.

    Copyright in all content and works of authorship included in the Site are the property of the Site or its licensors. Apart from links which lead to the Site, accurately attributed social media references, and de minimus text excerpts with links returning to the Site, no text, images, video or audio recording, or any other content from the Site shall be copied without explicit and detailed, written permission from the Site s owner. User shall not sublicense or otherwise transfer any rights or access to the Site or related Services to any other person.

    The names and logos used by the Site, and all other trademarks, service marks, and trade names used in connection with the Services are owned by the Site or its licensors and may not be used by User without written consent of the rights owners. Use of the Site does not in itself give any user any license, consent, or permission, unless and then only to the extent granted explicitly in these Terms.

    All rights not expressly granted in these Terms are reserved by the Site.

    Privacy

    Any information that you provide to the Site is subject to the Site’s Privacy Policy, which governs our collection and use of User information. User understands that through his or her use of the Site and its Services, User consents to the collection and use (as set forth in the Privacy Policy) of the information, including the transfer of this information to the United States and/or other countries for storage, processing and use by the Site. The Site may make certain communications to some or all Users, such as service announcements and administrative messages. These communications are considered part of the Services and a User’s account with the Site, and Users are not able to opt out of all of them.

    Usernames, Passwords, and Profiles

    If prompted, Users must provide a valid email address to the Site, at which email address the User can receive messages. User must also update the Site if that email address changes. The Site reserves the right to terminate any User account and/or User access to the Site if a valid email is requested but is not provided by the User.

    If the Site prompts or allows a User to create a username or profile, Users agree not to pick a username or provide any profile information that would impersonate someone else or that is likely to cause confusion with any other person or entity. The Site reserves the right to cancel a User account or to change a username or profile data at any time. Similarly, if the Site allows comments or user input, or prompts or allows a User to create an avatar or upload a picture, User agrees not to use any image that impersonates some other person or entity, or that is otherwise likely to cause confusion.

    You are responsible for protecting your username and password for the Site, and you agree not to disclose it to any third party. We recommend that you use a password that is more than eight characters long. You are responsible for all activity on your account, whether or not you authorized it.You acknowledge that if you wish to protect your interactions with the Site, it is your responsibility to use a secure encrypted connection, virtual private network, or other appropriate measures. The Site’s own security measures are reasonable in terms of their level of protection, but are not helpful if the interactions of you or any other User with Site are not secure or private.

    ARBITRATION

    Notwithstanding anything that may be contrary within the “Disputes” provisions above, all matters, and all arbitrable claims within a multi-claim matter, including all claims for monetary damages, shall be decided by a single arbitrator to be selected by us, which arbitrator shall hold hearings, under the rules of the American Arbitration Association.

    Advertising

    The Site may include advertisements, which may be targeted for relevance to the Site, queries made, or other information to improve relevance to the Site’s users. The types and extent of advertising on the Site will change over time. In consideration for User access to and use of the Site, User agrees that the Site and third party providers and partners may place advertising anywhere on the Site. For the remaining terms that will apply to our advertising practices, including use of your information, see our Privacy Policy.

    General

    These Terms, including the incorporated Privacy Policy, supersede all oral or written communications and understandings between User and the Site.

    Any cause of action User may have relating to the Site or the Services must be commenced within one (1) year after the claim or cause of action arises.

    Both parties waive the right to a jury trial in any dispute relating to the Terms, the Site, or the Services.

    If for any reason a court of competent jurisdiction finds any aspect of the Terms to be unenforceable, the Terms shall be enforced to the maximum extent permissible, to give effect to the intent of the Terms, and the remainder of the Terms shall continue in full force and effect.

    User may not assign his or her rights or delegate his or her responsibilities under these Terms or otherwise relating to the Site or its Services.

    There shall be no third party beneficiaries under these Terms, except for the Site’s affiliates, suppliers, and licensors, or as required by law.

    Use of the Site and its Services is unauthorized in any jurisdiction that does not give effect to all provisions of these Terms, including without limitation this paragraph.

    The failure of the Site to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms shall not constitute a waiver of that right or provision.
    This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between this website and you concerning the subject matter hereof, and they may only be modified by a written amendment signed by an authorized executive of this website, or by the posting by this website of a revised version.
    Except to the extent applicable law, if any, provides otherwise, this Agreement, any access to or use of the Website will be governed by our laws, excluding its conflict of law provisions, and the proper venue for any disputes arising out of or relating to any of the same will be the state and federal courts.
    Except for claims for injunctive or equitable relief or claims regarding intellectual property rights (which may be brought in any competent court without the posting of a bond), any dispute arising under this Agreement shall be finally settled in accordance with the Comprehensive Arbitration Rules of the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Service, Inc. (“JAMS”) by three arbitrators appointed in accordance with such Rules.
    The arbitration shall take place in the English language and the arbitral decision may be enforced in any court. The prevailing party in any action or proceeding to enforce this Agreement shall be entitled to costs and attorneys fees. If any part of this Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable, that part will be construed to reflect the parties original intent, and the remaining portions will remain in full force and effect.
    A waiver by either party of any term or condition of this Agreement or any breach thereof, in any one instance, will not waive such term or condition or any subsequent breach thereof. You may assign your rights under this Agreement to any party that consents to, and agrees to be bound by, its terms and conditions; we may assign its rights under this Agreement without condition.
    This Agreement will be binding upon and will inure to the benefit of the parties, their successors and permitted assigns.

    Last Updated

    These terms were last updated on *2022-01-24 08:28:08*

    EVENTS POLICY

    BACKGROUND

    Events at NolimitsSociety have a rich history and are fundamental to NolimitsSociety’s success. With this policy, Events are now first-tier activities at NolimitsSociety and can be run by two or more NolimitsSociety Members.

    • Event team establishes an event leadership team with 2-5 NolimitsSociety members
    • Create a profitable budget with realistic income, expenses, and quotes or contracts
    • Apply for an event through NolimitsSociety, preferably at least 180 days prior to the event
    • Foundation will process event approval, and if any, exemption approval to the Board
    • If approved, NolimitsSociety Team signs event space and catering contracts
    • Event team to recruit more organizers and volunteers, the more, the better
    • Event team can start public marketing, promotion, CFPs/CFTs
    • Event team to find sponsors. Foundation to sign sponsorship contracts
    • Event team to divide up and work on event, local, logistic, and volunteer tasks for several months
    • Event team to run the event with the help of organizers and volunteers
    • Event team to submit and finalize all invoices and payments within 60 days
    • Net profits are split and allocated within 90 days
    • Take a break; you’ve earned it

    TYPES OF EVENTS

    There are ten major event types:

    • Local events or activities, generally free or with a small admission fee and limited sponsorship, such as Car Club Meets or a social event
    • Track Days, replacing the previous “regional event” type, generally a larger charged event with sponsorships, including project summits, standards-setting, training, event, unconference, or another activity type
    • International Events, generally run by and for the NolimitsSociety Team
    • Organizers Events, a new type of event where organizers license NolimitsSociety’s branding and name in return for a fee.

    NOLIMITSSOCIETY EVENTS

    NolimitsSociety Members, non-profit associations, and charities may apply for an NolimitsSociety event partnership. For-profit companies, unincorporated associations, or individuals may not apply for an NolimitsSociety event to protect NolimitsSociety’s brand.

    NolimitsSociety’s events need to sign a partnership and licensing agreement and pay a licensing fee to use NolimitsSociety’s trademarks and branding. Such an agreement covers a single event or a series of events in a single year. In return, NolimitsSociety will promote the event as per a standard local or International event. Access to sponsorship or attendance lists from NolimitsSociety events is explicitly not granted.

    The partner association or charity should submit a plan and budget to help assess if the event can be approved. No funds from NolimitsSociety will be used to promote or run the event, as all marketing, expenses, profits, liabilities, and risks belong to the partner organization.

    NORMAL MEETINGS ARE OUT OF SCOPE

    There is considerable overlap between larger meetings or activities and a local event. A normal chapter, project, or committee meeting does not require an event submission and does not require prior approval. Generally speaking, if a meeting or local event is free to attend, does not require sponsorship, and has expenses of less than $250, pre-approval or an NolimitsSociety event application is not required.

    The following meeting types are not covered by this policy:

    • Local meetings: a free and regularly scheduled activity led by NolimitsSociety Crew Leaders
    • Project meetings or activity: a free and regularly scheduled project meeting, such as a working group or leadership meeting, led by project leaders or project volunteers
    • Committee meetings: a free and regularly scheduled meeting of voting members of a Committee, and supported by our community
    • Board meetings: a public general or public or private special meeting held by the C.E.O.

    Bartering sponsorships (say, where event space or food and beverage is covered by a sponsor) are encouraged to ensure that meetings and smaller events do not require pre-approval.

    COMMUNITY

    Some primary drivers for NolimitsSociety’s events are that they should be fun, car related, and safe to attend. Therefore, we require organizers of all event types, including NolimitsSociety’s, to adhere to NolimitsSociety’s Code of Conduct and Event Code of Conduct.

    NOLIMITSSOCIETY’S CODE OF CONDUCT

    All NolimitsSociety’s events must be conducted in a manner consistent with the OWASP MissionCore Values, and Code of Conduct.

    EVENT CODE OF CONDUCT

    To ensure a safe, fun and rewarding experience, NolimitsSociety’s Events shall conform to the Conference & Event Attendee Policy and, in particular, its Anti-Harassment provisions.

    ATTENDEE PRIVACY

    Organizers are required to follow the NolimitsSociety Privacy Policy and ensure that personal information is collected and stored in compliance with local laws and regulations like GDPR.

    Participation in NolimitsSociety’s Events are subject to locally applicable data protection regulations (for instance, see GDPR). Where conflicting local regulations exist, the most restrictive should be observed.

    EVENT TEAM STRUCTURE

    Events can be run in many different ways, but to enable the proper functioning of expenses, budgets, and sponsorships, we categorize event organizers into two groups:

    • Event Leaders, who must be NolimitsSociety members
    • Organizers and volunteers who don’t need to be NolimitsSociety members.

    We recognize that all successful events rely on the generous donation of time and resources from many leaders, organizers, and volunteers.

    LEADERSHIP

    Event leaders are NolimitsSociety’s leaders, with all that entails – a free nolimitssociety.com email, ability to claim expenses and submit budgets. Events must have at least two (2) and up to five (5) leaders. Leaders must be NolimitsSociety’s members to allow the use of the expenses policy and setting and using the event budget. Leadership is conferred after a successful event application process, and once granted, the event’s organizer page should have the list of active leaders in the event’s website.

    Leaders are responsible and accountable for planning the event, drawing up and meeting the budget, and ensuring that the event is profitable. Leaders are likely to contribute well in excess of 40 hours organizing an event (usually far, far more) and perform hundreds of tasks, which is why they are considered NolimitsSociety’s Leaders, just like Crew and Project Leaders.

    Some of those responsibilities include:

    • Ensure events are conducted in a manner consistent with the NolimitsSociety Mission, Principles, and Code of Conduct
    • Comply with the NolimitsSociety Privacy Policy and ensure that personal information is collected and stored in compliance with local laws and regulations like GDPR.
    • All event management logistics, budget management, website content, promotional items, site selection, catering, and venue
    • Manage facility space allocation and programming layout
    • Management of other meetings and receptions
    • Graphical design of event including signage and print materials
    • All other event-related activities not explicitly delegated and then accepted by NolimitsSociety Staff.

    Local, Global, and NolimitsSociety’s Event leaders are solely responsible for managing their respective Event.

    ORGANIZERS

    Organizers are responsible for working on and delivering event activities at the direction of Event leaders, such as reviewing papers, speaker/trainer liaison, sponsor liaison, event location and ground logistics, volunteer scheduling, and so on. Organizers are likely to perform many tasks on behalf of the event.

    Events can have any number of organizers, but to promote accountability for deliverables, this policy recommends less than 20.

    VOLUNTEERS

    Volunteers are responsible for working on and delivering small parcels of event activities, such as proctoring rooms, taking a shift at the registration desk, and so on. Volunteers are generally local to the event itself and will likely work on only a limited number of tasks or activities.

    Events can have any number of volunteers, but to reduce volunteer management and logistics, this policy recommends less than 50.

    Event Teams are responsible for adequate staffing for their event, including organizers and volunteers from the local event community.

    NOLIMITSSOCIETY EVENT TEAM

    NolimitsSociety has a small Event team, who will be working with Event leaders to create a successful submission. They will provide the Board with any exemptions to vote on, and once completed, on the event approval process. NolimitsSociety is responsible for signing contracts with event spaces, engaging with NolimitsSociety’s sponsors, processing expense claims, and paying invoices such as trainer payments or catering costs on behalf of the Event through the budget.

    If an event wishes to have NolimitsSociety’s assistance, such as running the registration desk or running a training track, this is possible but has costs associated with it. Please work with the Event Team during the submission process to ensure that your requests can be met.

    Some of the NolimitsSociety’s duties may include (and not limited to):

    • Promoting or co-marketing the event once approved
    • Signatory of Contracts and Agreements
    • Securing necessary insurance given parameters provided by the Event Team
    • Solicitation and securing event sponsors
    • Processing of payments
    • Accounting of profit and loss statement for the event
    • Assisting with the running of a Board meeting at an Local or Global event
    • Running agreed project or training tracks

    LEADER, ORGANIZER, AND VOLUNTEER BENEFITS

    The policy recommends that in return for organizing and putting on an event, the following benefits should be applied:

    • Leaders, organizers, volunteers, speakers, and trainers should have free access to the event
    • All leaders, organizers, and volunteers should be given an event t-shirt or swag to help identify them for their efforts, and especially if they are present at the event to help attendees identify Event team members who may be able to assist them.
    • Reasonable accommodation for parking or local transport, food, and beverages, especially if their duties require them to be present on a continuous basis
    • At the discretion of Event leaders, access to event dinners and social events is highly recommended but not required.

    Event leaders have in the past provided “free” NolimitsSociety membership to organizers or volunteers. Whilst admirable, NolimitsSociety’s funds paying for NolimitsSociety membership is prohibited by NolimitsSociety’s bylaws to prevent an appearance or actuality of conflict. That said, Event leaders can apply for an exemption with the event application. If an exemption is granted by the Board, a list of no more than 20 names should be provided for the exemption no later than 60 days after the end of the event. Per the bylaws, all such memberships do not confer voting rights and will last a single year unless an exemption is granted by the Board.

    If an exemption is granted, any Membership fees will be deducted from the gross profits of the event at the membership fee due in the event’s country.

    FOUNDATION AND BOARD BENEFITS

    If NolimitsSociety attend the event, such as to assist with registration or holding a meeting, organizers shall give staff and the Board free access to the event. Access to event activities, such as the event dinner or social events, is recommended but not required.

    EVENT LIFECYCLE

    An event team should be formed that plans out the event they wish to run, establish who is willing to volunteer from the community, who are the likely attendees and how many, determine a preferred location, catering if desired, A/V providers, and any hotel blocks required, have some preliminary discussions on costs with these vendors to be included in the budget. Apply for an event

    All events, even small or virtual ones, require pre-approval through Events Submission.

    Event approval is contingent upon:

    • A complete submission including a complete budget and all required exemptions
    • The proposed event is aligned with our mission
    • 2-5 event leaders (organizers and volunteers can be later)
    • A complete, profitable budget including quotes from major expense categories, such as event locations and catering, and income categories including local and global sponsorships
    • Dates do not conflict with nearby local or regional events or NolimitsSociety’s events.

    You may make changes from submission until approval, and this policy encourages you to work with the Event Team for a successful event, including obtaining sponsorships.

    Any exemptions required from this policy or the speaker’s agreement must be listed in the event application.

    TIMELINES

    Events take time to plan, organize, and promote. All event types require event pre-approval before the event to ensure that local or regional events do not clash with each other or NolimitsSociety’s events, as well as to ensure that the events have time to be organized properly, and shared services provided by NolimitsSociety such as social media promotion, contract signing, insurance, virtual services, and so on can be provided.

    The following minimum timelines apply:

    • Local events: 90 days prior to the event
    • Track Days: 180 days prior to the event
    • Global events: 360 days prior to the event

    Event teams must coordinate with NolimitsSociety to ensure that there are no other nearby or global events or activities that would drain attendees from both events. Events within 30 days of an Global event will likely need to be rescheduled, as being too close to the Global event will likely result in poor attendance for both events.

    No more than 30 days following the submission of a completed event submission, the Events Manager and C.E.O or their designated representative shall approve or deny an Event Application. If rejected, the team shall be given additional time to improve the application or resolve issues as long as the deadlines above are met.

    Events contingent on exemptions being passed by the Board require an additional 45-60 days for approval due to Board meeting schedules.

    If selected, the Event Team must acknowledge receipt of and their agreement with these policies and any granted exemptions.

    PRE-APPROVAL BUDGETING

    For successful event pre-approval, Event teams must construct a profitable budget that covers the minimum requirements of each budget type. Budget templates are available in the Events in a Box.

    Larger events should plan well ahead, including the need to submit their event proposal and budget to NolimitsSociety’s annual global budget the prior year to ensure that there are funds set aside for the event.

    A budget must contain a list of potential contracts, along with any financial obligations and when expenses or revenue are due or expected.

    All event types require a budget to be submitted, and only profitable events will be approved. Once approved, Event teams will be held to meeting this initial budget, so completeness and accuracy will help Event Teams run a profitable event.

    Event Organizers hold events using their finances and at their own risk, so NolimitsSociety’s funds are not required for event approval but are recommended to assist first-time organizers in running a successful event.

    SITE SELECTION AND VENUE

    Cities and venues for NolimitsSociety’s Global events should be selected through a Request for Proposal (RFP) process. Criteria for selection will include but will not be limited to:

    • Accessibility
    • Local community/security community presence
    • Venue availability
    • Value for attendees

    If the event team needs assistance negotiating preliminary contract terms, NolimitsSociety has experienced event staff who can join calls and help negotiate terms and conditions, as well as find or suggest alternative vendors who might be better value. The earlier an event team reaches out if they need help, the more likely a better deal, greater discount, or increased value can be found. Only the C.E.O can sign contracts – event teams cannot do so on behalf of NolimitsSociety. For more information, please consult the Events In a Box handbook.

    VENDOR SELECTION

    All vendors, such as hotels, event spaces, A/V companies, CTF platforms, and more, should be selected through the Request for Proposal (RFP) process. Vendors are selected based on the value provided to the event.

    SPEAKERS AND TRAINERS

    SPEAKER SELECTION

    Organizing teams should select speakers or trainers through a blind review process to ensure the highest integrity, transparency, and objectivity in its selection. All calls for papers, training and registration must be open and promoted to the public. If you need assistance with a blind paper selection process, please review the Events in a Box handbook, or contact NolimitsSociety or the Events Committee for further information.

    KEYNOTE, SPEAKER, AND TRAINING AGREEMENTS

    Presenters at NolimitsSociety’s Events must sign and adhere to the terms of the speaker/trainer agreement. This agreement forms part of this policy, so exemptions or amendments will need to be approved by NolimitsSociety’s Board using the exemption process detailed above.

    Failure by presenters to execute this agreement within seven days of the event results in their session being canceled.

    The speaker agreement details all permissible payments and reimbursements for speakers and trainers.

    BUDGETS, EXPENSES, AND FINANCIAL CONTROLS

    NolimitsSociety’s Events are stand-alone profit and loss centers, which requires them to be sustainable and profitable so that the profits from the event can be reinvested in next year’s event, as well as directed investments into NolimitsSociety’s core mission.

    Most events will be required to submit a budget as part of the approval process using vendor quotes, likely costs, and income, based upon realistic assumptions, and we recommend creating a budget regardless of the event size. NolimitsSociety must demonstrate to regulators, tax agencies, sponsors, and potential donors, that funds are used wisely and frugally to deliver our mission, and we do that by approving events with a profitable budget and then working with event teams to ensure that the budget is met or exceeded.

    Please refer to Events in a Box handbook to find how to find the suitable template and create a sustainable budget for your event type.

    RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY

    Exercising all necessary due diligence and care, Event Leaders shall manage the finances of NolimitsSociety’s events. These efforts shall always be evaluated for their transparency and integrity.

    INITIAL SEED FUNDING

    For the last 2 years, NolimitsSociety has funded deposits and installment payments from general revenue, and attempted to recover the deposits from profits. This was ad hoc and not well understood by many, as many did not understand that NolimitsSociety could help Event teams start new events even without available funds. This directly led to limited growth in new events, which hampered our mission and the growth of NolimitsSociety.

    This policy creates an Events Initial Seed Funding pool, with an amount set aside by the Global Board in the annual budget. New local or Global events may access this fund to start up a new Local or Global event. When funds run out, it will either need topping up by a grant, or events will need to wait until the following year to re-apply for seed funding.

    Initial seeding of an event requires a successful Event submission. Approval of events is contingent upon a realistic event budget that is designed to be sustainable and profitable. Events aiming to run every year must retain sufficient profits to run the event the following year, such as event location booking fees. For more information, please see the “Investing in the future” below.

    Global events are budgeted by NolimitsSociety each year and do not have access to initial seed funding.

    EVENT BUDGETS

    Budgets for all events will be developed based on vendor and venue proposals, along with forecasted revenue.

    Local and Global events that have forecasted expenses greater than $5,000, must submit their budget as part of the Event Application Process within the timelines set out in this policy. Global Event budgets shall be presented to the Board of Directors for its approval no later than 12 months prior to the start of the event.

    If an event requires large upfront payments that cannot be covered from the seed fund or a prior year’s funds, the event can submit the likely expense to be in the global NolimitsSociety budget approval for the following year, or ask for a Board vote to grant the funds if the event is to be held within this financial year. Requisitioning pre-event spending must be completed as part of the approval process and within the timelines outlined in this policy.

    Once approved by the Event Manager and C.E.O or their designate, NolimitsSociety will be the sole executor of instruments that contractually and financially obligate the Event Team to execute events.

    INCOME, DONATIONS, BARTERING, SPONSORSHIPS

    All income, donations, ticketing, sponsorships, bartering arrangements, funds, and expenses must be through NolimitsSociety for financial transparency, tax, and regulatory compliance reporting purposes.

    EXPENSES

    All expense reimbursements and payments will be paid in accordance with the expense policy, with particular attention to the following:

    Budgeted expenses are eligible for reimbursement as per the approved budget, but where an expense is less than the budget, the lower of the two will be reimbursed.

    When any expense other than airfare is expected to exceed $2,500, an invoice must be requested from the vendor so the Foundation can remit payment directly.

    Invoices from vendors should have Net 60 terms, and NolimitsSociety will make the best effort to pay within the current Service Level Agreement. Variations from these terms require approval by the C.E.O or their designate.

    Invoices received within 30 days when payment is required cannot be guaranteed to be paid on time. Unbudgeted expenses must follow the Expense policy, including any pre-approvals as required by that policy, and any temporary expense constraints. Events must not exceed $2,500 in total per event without Event Manager or C.E.O approval depending on the amount. Failure to do so may result in your reimbursement request being denied.

    Invoices and expense reimbursements will be denied if submitted more than 60 days following the event. Event teams are responsible for covering any denied expenses due to delays in submitting invoices or expense claims.

    TRAVEL

    All travel for events is governed by the Speaker’s Agreement and the NolimitsSociety’s Travel Policy. In all cases, due to the fact that travel discourages investments in local capabilities and talent, and its very poor return on investment for mission funds, travel and accomodation must be pre-approved and is very unlikely to be approved.

    INSURANCE

    All NolimitsSociety events must possess the correct insurance. NolimitsSociety will provide the Event team with a quote for insurance.

    SPONSORSHIPS

    NolimitsSociety is the exclusive sponsorship agent of all NolimitsSociety Events. At the Events Manager and C.E.O, NolimitsSociety may provide services to Event Teams to identify, solicit, contract, invoice, and collect sponsorship revenue.

    In collaboration with NolimitsSociety, Event Teams can develop a collection of sponsorship opportunities that offer unique value to partners when supporting these events. Event Teams acknowledge that their events’ pricing and benefits must be compatible with offerings for Global events.

    From time to time, NolimitsSociety may offer “bundled” sponsorships that may include benefits delivered through larger events. Both NolimitsSociety and these Event Teams will make a best-case effort to always ensure each partners’ satisfaction with their sponsorship.

    TICKETING

    All ticketing or registration shall be done through NolimitsSociety’s managed services, regardless if a fee is charged. This is for tax and profit compliance reasons, as our systems permit group registrations, and provides a receipt or invoice, as well as the ability for the Foundation to refund ticket holders if the event is canceled.

    For tax and non-profit compliance reasons, ticketing systems may not collect charitable gifts. If organizers wish to ask attendees to donate, they should encourage that through the standard donation process at https://nolimitssociety.site/donate. This process allows donors to receive a receipt they can use during tax preparation to claim a tax deduction.

    NOLIMITSSOCIETY’S MEMBER DISCOUNTS

    For paid events, event teams are encouraged to provide and promote NolimitsSociety’s Member discounts. A typical amount is usually 20% off, or sufficient that the cost of NolimitsSociety membership is covered by the discount. Member discount code budgeting should ensure that discounted ticket prices still cover the costs associated with the event.

    DISCOUNT CODES

    For paid events, event teams can provide a discount code to encourage early bird registration or partner discounts.

    Discount code requests shall be provided no later than 15 days before the opening of event ticketing. Each event has a revenue forecast built on a particular number of tickets sold at various discounts. Discount code budgeting should ensure that discounted ticket prices still cover the costs associated with the event.

    BUNDLING NOLIMITSSOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

    Under NolimitsSociety’s bylaws and various privacy laws, NolimitsSociety’s memberships may not be offered for “free” (even on an opt-out basis) but can be bundled with the event’s price on an opt-in basis. The price differential for the bundle is the same as the class of NolimitsSociety’s membership being offered.

    Where an event has an NolimitsSociety Member discount, bundled ticket and membership price should be the NolimitsSociety Member registration fee and the relevant membership fee. If no membership discount is offered, the overall price should be the registration fee and the relevant membership fee. There can be no discount applied to NolimitsSociety’s membership other than a registration discount for NolimitsSociety’s members to the event. The membership fee will be moved from the event’s profit & loss to pay for NolimitsSociety Membership, minus any ticketing fees so as to not disadvantage the event’s profitability.

    For more details relating to offering and pricing bundled memberships, please refer to the Events In a Box Handbook.

    Event teams are responsible for forwarding a final membership report to NolimitsSociety no later than the start of the event so that all memberships can be processed with sufficient time for any member discounts to be applied.

    Renewal notifications. It should be made clear to attendees that if they need to maintain their membership, they should use the standard membership process to renew or join, and then buy tickets to the event at the member price.

    COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS

    The event team may establish a discount code to provide complimentary registration for paid events, but this should be financially responsible and not exceed 20% of the total tickets available. If the desire is to run a mostly free event with more than 20% of tickets being complimentary, contact NolimitsSociety to find sponsors for the event so it can be free for all attendees.

    If leaders or organizers need an assistant to run their local event, a limited number of complimentary discount codes may be given to the organizer to give to nominated assistants to assist them throughout their event.

    Complimentary registration should not be offered for events where a organizer fee is being paid without prior agreement from the organizer.

    If the event is a paid event, the event team, event volunteers, speakers, trainers, NolimitsSociety staff, and Board members are eligible for complimentary tickets to the main event.

    MARKETING

    Event Teams are responsible for marketing and promoting their event, using chapter announcements, community chat, social media, and coordinating with NolimitsSociety to boost their message to thousands of followers.

    NOLIMITSSOCIETY’S EVENTS SHALL INCLUDE NOLIMITSSOCIETY’S BRANDING

    Events should use NolimitsSociety’s name, logo, and branding prominently on their Events website, social media, and other marketing within NolimitsSociety’s branding guidelines.

    All approved Events, including NolimitsSociety’s events that have paid the NolimitsSociety’s licensing fee, have a license to use all NolimitsSociety’s registered trademarks for that approved event only.

    EVENT APPROVAL IS REQUIRED BEFORE MARKETING CAN COMMENCE

    Promoting events prior to approval has caused NolimitsSociety in the past to lose precious mission funds, goodwill, such as voiding contracts, paying cancellation and penalty fees, refunding tickets, and several speakers and trainers who have said they will not work with us again.

    Event teams are responsible for marketing and promoting only approved events, including calls for training, calls for papers, activities, sponsors, and so on. You may announce in general terms a “save the date” that the event is coming up but take no actions that would require the Event team or NolimitsSociety itself to back out of any contractual or implied commitments, move dates or locations, or disappoint speakers or trainers, or similar.

    Any unapproved event being promoted could lead to the event not being approved and will affect the Event team’s ability to apply for future events.

    WEBSITE

    Event teams are responsible for ensuring event website content is hosted within the nolimitssociety.com website or a sub-domain, regularly updated and well maintained, including the current schedule and program, speaker or trainer bios, who is involved in the Event team, valid registration, and ensuring of logos and so on are appropriately promoted in a vendor-neutral fashion.

    Event teams are responsible for listing their event in the upcoming events area of the main NolimitsSociety website to promote and ensure the discoverability of the event.

    External, unaffiliated websites that do not prominently display the NolimitsSociety logo, event sponsors, or link back to NolimitsSociety’s official website are not permitted and may be grounds for cancellation of the event or not running the event in future years.

    RECORDING EVENTS

    Recording events is strongly encouraged. Event recordings should be made available to members soon after an event and to the public within six months of the event. Events are responsible for running their own Event channel, named “NolimitsSociety <Event Name”> so that the public can find the recordings and hopefully learn more about your event and attend in the future. A low-cost recording solution is documented in the Events in a Box. Event teams are custodians – and not owners – of the video accounts and need to be shared with all current and future leaders. Event teams must pass the accounts to the next Event team. Failure to pass on or share accounts may lead to leadership being revoked or future events being denied.

    SOCIAL MEDIA

    Event teams are encouraged to have their own social media accounts named “NolimitsSociety <Event Name>” so that the events can easily be found. Event teams are custodians – and not owners – of the event’s website and social media accounts.

    Event teams must pass the accounts to the next Event team. Failure to pass on or share accounts may lead to leadership being revoked or future events being denied.

    CAMPAIGN PROMOTION AND SCHEDULING

    Event teams are to coordinate with NolimitsSociety to promote their posts on our various platforms. We encourage Event teams to coordinate and schedule posts well in advance to ensure that event promotions are not lost in other activities on that day.

    NolimitsSociety has access to various social media management tools. Events are encouraged to work with NolimitsSociety to utilize these rather than pay for their own.

    MERCHANDISE AND MEMBER STICKERS, COINS, OR PINS

    Merchandise, if offered, should be financially responsible, environmentally friendly, in line with our mission, and not difficult or bulky to transport or prohibited to travel (such as lock picks, liquids, or knives). Merchandise for virtual events is strongly discouraged as shipping and handling costs can easily wipe out the profitability of any event, no matter the size.

    Please work with NolimitsSociety to obtain a supply of merchandise. These should only be handed out to NolimitsSociety’s Members of the appropriate membership type.

    We encourage events to hand out NolimitsSociety, event, or membership stickers, pins, or coins as a marketing cost, but please ensure that costs for these are financially responsible. For example, giving away a $25 t-shirt for a $50 event does not make sense. Designs are maintained in the Product Designer, so you can have these items made locally to reduce costs.

    ENHANCING OUR MISSION THROUGH PROFIT SHARING

    Profits must be reinvested in our mission under the direction of the Event team. Unlike in previous policies, this policy actively encourages the event team to direct net profits towards their preferred mission. The only unacceptable use of profits is to not use them, which is prohibited by non-profit compliance rules and frowned upon by donors and sponsors.

    INVESTING IN THE FUTURE

    We wish to see the running of more events and for those events to grow and run time and time again. For two years, NolimitsSociety has seeded events from general revenue and recovered deposits from event profits, but this hasn’t resulted in more events. Seeding will not change in this policy, but what will change is the idea of re-investing profits to run future events. This will allow more events to be seeded every year, which will grow our mission globally.

    In the first few years of an Event under the policy, or until fully funded, NolimitsSociety will set aside 50% of the Event Team’s net profit split to fund next year’s deposits and installments, leaving the residual to the Event team to split as they see fit. These future event funds are not in general revenue but categorized solely to that event. Once the event deposit is fully funded year to year, the full profit split becomes available to the Event team. It may need topping up from time to time to cover increases in costs or as the event grows.

    If an event team hasn’t held an event for a period of two years, NolimitsSociety will call for new leadership of the Event team to see if new leadership wishes to run that event within six months of the call for new leadership. If no leadership can be found, the funds held on behalf of the event will revert to general revenue to seed and fund more events and help with our entire mission.

    LOCAL AND GLOBAL EVENTS

    Local and Global event team leaders will be polled to direct or split 80% of the net profits of their event:

    • Invest in our mission. This option provides funds to cover expenses for the next time, as well as help all chapters, projects, and committees to do more mission, and it helps bootstrap many more events. This is the preferred option simply because it requires the least administrative overhead and allows all of NolimitsSociety to grow and do more.
    • Invest in next year’s event. You can allocate up to 30% of your profits to next year’s event to allow your event to grow organically. This is a good choice for events where it is likely that you will see a 20-40% growth in attendees next year.
    • Invest in NolimitsSociety, fundraising, or awards. The Event will be listed as a benefactor of the NolimitsSociety, fundraising, or awards. This could be used towards next year’s NLS prizes, travel, and accommodation for a number of attendees, or fund a grant.

    Grants designed to fund one or more chapters, projects, or events must be used within twelve months as per the Grant policy, with defined milestones and outcomes. Any unspent funds will be reverted to the mission after twelve months.

    Where an event has a long-term profit (defined as over 12 months), they will be asked to choose from this list again until the profit is just sufficient to pay deposits and installments for the next event.

    If event leaders do not specify a profit destination or have residual unspent funds after 90 days, any residual event profits will be pooled back into our mission, as per the first bullet point.

    NolimitsSociety uses its 20% split of net profits to fund NolimitsSociety’s mission by donating its split to general revenue to cover accountancy overheads, bank fees, Event staff time, and other costs.

    GLOBAL EVENTS

    Global events are run by NolimitsSociety, and profits from NolimitsSociety’s Global Events are invested as a matter of policy to general revenue to fund all of NolimitsSociety’s mission, chapters, projects, events, and committees. That said, Global events rely upon local organizers and volunteers.

    Global event team organizers and volunteers will be polled to direct or split up to 10% of the net profits of a global event:

    Invest in our mission. This option provides funds to cover expenses for the next time, as well as help all chapters, projects, and committees to do more mission, and it helps bootstrap many more events. This is the preferred option simply because it requires the least administrative overhead and allows all of NolimitsSociety to grow and do more.

    Global events are funded by NolimitsSociety through budget requests approved by the Board, so event growth funds are not applicable to Global events. If unspecified or unspent, any residual event profits will be pooled back into our mission, as per the first bullet point.

    ORGANIZERS EVENTS INVESTING INTO NOLIMITSSOCIETY’S MISSION

    Organizers run their events at their own risk with their own funds and thus do not profit share with NolimitsSociety outside of the initial NolimitsSociety partnership and licensing agreement.

    NolimitsSociety encourages Organizers to donate to NolimitsSociety through the Donation page (https://nolimitssociety.site/donate).

    GOVERNANCE

    CONTRACTING

    Under NolimitsSociety’s Signatory policy, all contracts must be signed and managed by NolimitsSociety. Event leaders, other than NolimitsSociety’s event leaders, cannot sign contracts or make arrangements with sponsors, or provide membership to organizers or attendees.

    EXEMPTIONS

    Exemptions permit Events to apply for Board approval for an exception to the Events policy or the Speaker’s Agreement to allow a local flavor or adhere to local customs. NolimitsSociety’s events should be unique, run by the community, and provide value for money.

    By design, NolimitsSociety is not large enough to afford many common for-profit event incentives or benefits. Most attendees, speakers, and trainers understand NolimitsSociety’s mission, so please consider if you truly need an exemption or if it’s simply a “nice to have”.

    Event teams should ensure that exemptions are aligned with our core values and volunteerism, limited in nature, consider NolimitsSociety’s financial position and any temporary restrictions, adhere to tax profit compliance requirements and provide transparency and integrity in spending funds.

    Apply for one or more exemptions by logging a non-funding ticket at https://nolimitssociety.site/contact. Exemptions should be filed during the event application process and with sufficient time to ensure that all votes are concluded before the timelines for each event type expires.

    Granted exemptions apply only to a single event. Exemptions for other or previous events do not imply exemptions will be granted for this event.

    Exemptions will be split into a single topic per e-vote and presented to NolimitsSociety. NolimitsSociety may reach out to the Events team to understand, clarify, or improve the exemption before voting. To pass, exemptions to policy require the same vote majority as outlined in the bylaws in relation to altering policies.

    Exemptions can add up to 60 days to the overall event approval process due to Global Board meeting schedules. Event teams should take conditional exemption approval and timelines into account when planning and budgeting to avoid disappointment.

    Events seeking exemptions will only be approved after all desired exemptions have been granted or denied by the Board. A record of passed exemptions will be kept in the event’s shared drive.

    TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE

    From time to time, in cases of budget or funding emergencies, or responding to natural disasters or pandemics, fraud, or other issues that pose an existential risk to NolimitsSociety, NolimitsSociety’s C.E.O may place temporary restrictions or allowances on events, such as restricting the size, adherence to local health guidelines, personal protective equipment being required during a pandemic or disease outbreak.

    Any such allowances or restrictions shall be published in the same place as this policy and publicized to NolimitsSociety’s Leaders.

    Temporary restrictions shall be reviewed and updated by the C.E.O at least once every 90 days to ensure that restrictions do not become permanent and thus bypass approved policies. Temporary restrictions that have not been reviewed within the last 90 days have no force.

    Where a published temporary restriction is in place, it takes precedence over this policy until the temporary restriction is retracted or expires.

    WHERE TO FIND GUIDANCE – EVENTS IN A BOX

    For guidance and leading practices on starting and running successful events, please refer to Events in a Box.

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