Terms and Conditions
1. By using the “Daily Best Items” website, you agree to the terms of service.
2. The website reserves the right to change the terms of service.
3. You are responsible for reading and understanding the terms of service before using the website.
4. The website is not responsible for any damages or losses that may occur due to using the website.
5. You are prohibited from using the website for illegal activities.
6. The website reserves the right to remove any content deemed inappropriate or illegal.
7. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account information and password.
8. The website is not responsible for unauthorized access to your account information or password.
The disclaimer for the “Daily Best Items” website states that the site is not responsible for any injuries that may occur while using the products listed on the website. The disclaimer also states that the products listed on the website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The site is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the information listed on the website.
The United States Legal Compliance
In order to ensure legal compliance in the United States, a “Daily Best Items” website should take into account key laws and regulations such as the CAN-SPAM Act, Public Utility Holding Act (PURPA), and related acts, including the Federal Communication Commission Data Fee Act (FCC-DFCA), Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
The CAN-SPAM Act requires commercial email messages to include an unsubscribe mechanism, be truthful and not mislead recipients, and identify the sender. The TCPA prohibits calls or text messages made using an automated telephone dialing system (or “robocall”) without prior express consent from the recipient.
The COPPA requires operators of websites or online services directed at children under 13 years of age to provide notice of their information practices, obtain parental consent before collecting personal information from children, and disclose any third-party providers who collect personal information from children on their behalf.