SpotWalla.com ("SpotWalla") is the website of SpotWalla Systems, Inc ("the Company"). Please read and familiarize yourself with this User Agreement. If you have any questions or concerns about this document or anything else related to SpotWalla or the Company, the best way to contact us is via email at: email@example.com.
SpotWalla is a secure personal location management system. It is a paid service and is offered to the general public and corporate entities alike.
The Company reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. Your use of SpotWalla indicates your acceptance of the terms and conditions in this document.
You agree that you will hold harmless the Company and its officers, directors, employees, and volunteers from all claims arising out of or related to your access or use of, or your inability to access or use, SpotWalla or other websites to which it is linked.
In no event will the Company be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken by you or anyone else in reliance on such information or for any consequential, special or similar damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
SpotWalla employs Google Analytics to collect information about each visitor's domain name; information on the pages accessed and visited; the amount of time spent on SpotWalla; as well as other analytical information.
At no time and under no circumstances is a user's personal information knowingly shared with third-party companies or individuals.
The Company does not partner with nor have special relationships with any ad server companies.
SpotWalla makes a concerted effort to be a good steward of the resources used on your behalf. This includes, but is not limited to, the message interfaces for SPOT devices.
A dormant device has an active message interface which hasn't produced a new message for six or more months. SpotWalla will automatically disable a dormant device and notify the user via email. Users must activate a dormant device by logging into SpotWalla and updating the device's status to Active.
Devices with an invalid message interface, or an interface that produces a known exception indicating an invalid message interface, will be disabled automatically. An email will be sent to the user detailing the device, the exception that occurred and what must be done to fix the problem.
SpotWalla uses SendGrid.com to send emails to its users. SendGrid helps ensure emails are reaching the intended recipients. SendGrid also adds tracking information to emails to help SpotWalla understand how emails are being treated. These statistics include, but are not limited to, how many emails are opened, how many links were clicked and how many emails are marked as spam.
SpotWalla does not SPAM its users. Generally, emails are sent at the user's request. For instance, forgotten password emails. SpotWalla also sends email to users to notify them of issues related to their account. For instance, a device with a faulty message interface.