Electronic Signature Agreement

By using your email to log into an account on Indio (hereafter referred to as the “Company”), you are signing this Agreement electronically. You agree your electronic signature is the legal equivalent of your manual signature on this Agreement. By using Indio, you consent to be legally bound by this Agreement’s terms and conditions. You further agree that your use of a keypad, mouse or other device to select an item, button, icon or similar act/action, or to otherwise provide the Company, or in accessing or making any transaction regarding any agreement, acknowledgment, consent terms, disclosures or conditions constitutes your signature (hereafter referred to as “E-Signature”), acceptance and agreement as if actually signed by you in writing. You also agree that no certification authority or other third party verification is necessary to validate your E-Signature and that the lack of such certification or third party verification will not in any way affect the enforceability of your E-Signature or any resulting contract between you and the Company.

You also represent that you are authorized to enter into this Agreement for all persons who own or are authorized to access any of your accounts on the Indio system and that such persons will be bound by the terms of this Agreement. You further agree that each use of your E-Signature with the Company constitutes your agreement to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Company’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy as they exist on the date of your E-Signature.

Legality

The Company provides you with a legally binding E-signature solution for your contract needs. The Company complies with the requirements of the U.S. Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act of 2000 (ESIGN) regarding electronic signatures and transmissions. The Company creates a court-admissible comprehensive transaction trail between signing parties. To provide users with a transaction history, the Company tracks and timestamps various information from the moment the document is submitted for signature to when it is completely signed and secured.

Digital vs Paper Copies

At any time, you may request a paper copy of any form or document made available electronically to you by us. You have the ability to download and/or print documents that our sent to you through the Indio system. You may also request delivery of paper copies from Indio by sending an email to operations@useindio.com with the subject line of “Document Request” and in the body of the email list the documents that you’d like to receive paper copies of as well as the full US Postal address you’d like to receive them at.

You have the right to withdraw your consent to receive/obtain communications via your login with the Company at any time. You acknowledge that the Company reserves the right to restrict or terminate your access to your login and account with the Company if you withdraw your consent to receive Electronic Communications. If you wish to withdraw your consent, contact us at operations@useindio.com

Hardware, software, and operating system

You are responsible for the installation, maintenance, and operation of your computer, browser and software. The Company is not responsible for errors or failures from any malfunction of your computer, browser or software. The Company is also not responsible for computer viruses or related problems associated with use of an online system

Browsers: Final release versions of Internet Explorer 11.0 or above; Mozilla Firefox 61.0 or above; Safari 10.0 or above; Chrome 49.0 or above

Screen Resolution: 1024×768 minimum

Controlling Agreements

This Agreement serves to supplement and modify all other agreements that you may have with the Company. To the extent that this Agreement and another agreement contain conflicting provisions, the provisions in this agreement will control (with the exception of provisions in another agreement for an electronic service which provisions specify the necessary hardware, software and operating system, in which such other provision controls). All other obligations of the parties remain subject to the terms and conditions of any other agreement.

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