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Welcome to Coindoo.com. If you read this page and continue to use the Coindoo website, you agree to our Terms and Conditions. This Website belongs to Word2Go S.R.L., located in Iasi, Romania. This Terms and Conditions is a contract between us and you regarding your use of Coindoo.com and other websites that are managed by us, other applications and other emails related to our website.

We, Coindoo.com, reserve the right to do the following at any time:

  • Change our Terms and Conditions
  • Change all or any portion of Coindoo.com, including removing or discontinuing any content or feature of our website

Any changes we make to the site will be effective immediately after they are modified on Coindoo.com.

Content on Coindoo.com

All information posted on our website and any content transmitted through Coindoo.com, including, but not limited to, photographs, images, illustrations, audio clips, video, html, software, data, advertising, articles, opinions, reviews, text and other such are protected by our copyright and others (such as intellectual right).

You may use the content on our Coindoo.com website for personal purposes, but it is for non-commercial use, and you may download and print a copy of our content for your personal use only, but you are not entitled to remove any trademark or copyright reserved to Coindoo.com. Any republication of Coindoo’s content on other websites or the Internet is strictly forbidden. This content can not be redistributed and it can not be modified, sold, transmitted, published on other websites.

Infringement Complaints

Coindoo respects the intellectual property of other websites. If you believe that certain content on our website is copied from elsewhere and that it's in the intellectual property of another website, please contact us at contact@coindoo.com.

In the email you send, you must specify:

  • an electronic signature of the person entitled to action in respect of the website whose content is believed to have been copied;
  • specifying exactly what content is copied from another website, what website and where it is on Coindoo.com;
  • all necessary information that allows us to contact the complaining party (telephone number, address, e-mail address)
  • a statement that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly violated

Disclaimer of Warranty and Limitation of Liability

Coindoo will not be responsible for any loss you incurred as a consequence of being intercepted by other websites of the information submitted to you through Coindoo.com. Even if Coindoo ensures that any information we provide from other sources is reliable, we can not guarantee that they are valid or complete.

None of Coindoo's parties (directors, affiliates, employees) will be liable or have any responsibility if you suffer any kind of loss because of interruption of our website, or any other event of failure.

Under no circumstances will any of Coindoo's parties be liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by the reasons we have warned you about. This limitation on liability includes, but is not limited to, the transmission of any virus that could affect any user equipment, failure or of any mechanical or electronic equipment or communication lines, telephones or any other devices. Moreover, we are not responsible for any loss or damage that could be the result of any interconnect problems (e.g. you are not able to access your service provides), unauthorized access, theft or any other problems. We do not guarantee continued and uninterrupted operation or secure access to any of Coindoo.com's pages.

Disclaimer

All the opinions of our copywriters are personal and do not constitute any financial advice in any way. All of the content you find on Coindoo.com does not constitute any recommendation to invest and we are not responsible for such events.

Coindoo firmly recommends you to analyze and research about any investment idea before making any financial decisions.

Links to other sites

Coindoo.com contains various hypertext links that will send you to external websites. Coindoo is not responsible for the content on other websites. We do not monitor the websites we recommend to you. External websites have their own Terms and Conditions that have nothing to do with our policy.

Use of cookies

Coindoo.com uses cookies to make our website work more efficiently, in this way we collect information about our visitors in an anonymous form. This information is used only for the purpose of developing the website. If you decide to visit and use our website, you agree that we can place such cookies on your device.

Contact

contact@coindoo.com

 


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