Policies & Disclaimers
Let start by saying I’m are happy you are checking out this policy. I would love to take a look at your wares. With that being said here is the formal policy:
I’d prefer to select what items to blog and generally do so with items I purchase because I would really like to avoid the sense of obligation that comes with being sent items. However if you would rather choose please drop a folder on me that has a LM to the store and name it: FEATURE ME – store name. Transfer items can be returned, if requested. Please provide a little information about the items or the store in a notecard and it will be included in the post. Another option would be to supply a gift certificate or store card.
Fashion Ascension reserves the right to post the items according to personal style. A link to the post will be sent to you once your items have been blogged. It is also not my policy to use one blog to feature all the items supplied, there is a preference to use the items in a daily look.
If you have any questions about the policy please contact Cerrie Janus (email@example.com).
Content Theft Disclaimer
I’m very aware that content theft is becoming a rampant problem in our virtual world. Because the blog would be nothing without the contributions of SL’s many talented fashion designers and content creators, for whom I have the utmost respect, it is my goal to avoid blogging any and all stolen content. However, since it is unfortunately becoming such a common problem these days, with DMCAs constantly flying around, I realize and understand that it is impossible to be completely immune to falling victim to the occasional stolen texture, design, etc.
Therefore, although it is my policy to take every possible precaution not to blog stolen content of any kind, I realize that doing so will inevitably be unavoidable, albeit unintentional, and cannot be held responsible for blogging any item, texture, design, etc. containing any content suspected of being stolen. Additionally, with the seemingly endless number of pending DMCAs, it is impossible to keep up with all of them. Therefore, if you see any item blogged that is questionable, please let me know, and I’ll take every measure to investigate the suspicion and make readers aware of any and all allegations. However, please keep in mind that I’m merely a customer and not qualified to determine what is stolen content and what is not.
So, in the case of any questionable material, I’ll post links to any information I find tied to said material, and, until any formal DMCAs are filed and/or settled by the parties involved, you as readers can decide for yourselves.
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