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Terms and Conditions

01. Acceptance of Terms SeosThemes provides software and website services to you subject to the following Terms of Service. If you do not agree to the Terms of Service, then you should not use the website. Please see our pricing here.


02. SeosThemes reserves the right with or without notice to you at any time to change, modify or discontinue any service or a portion or attribute thereof, or the offering of any information, good, content, product or service.


03. Product License The WordPress themes authored by SeosThemes, are licensed under the GNU general public license. This does not mean our products are free.

04. Refund Policy All sales are final since SeosThemes’ products are software and instantly downloadable digital media. Once you have our software, there is no way to “return” it. SeosThemes guarantees that our products will provide commercially reasonable functionality. If it is found a bug in your theme and we fail to eliminate this bug. We guarantee money back within a 1 month after purchase. Please describe your problem and use the support here.

05. SeosThemes reserves the right to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, prices of all products.


06. Product Warranty SeosThemes guarantees that our products will provide commercially reasonable functionality with WordPress 3.2. Other than this, SeosThemes does not provide any warranty. It’s advised that there are no guarantee that current renditions of our subjects will essentially be good and compatible with future WordPress versions as we don’t control what changes are made to the code base of the blogging platform.


07.Damages Our products are provided ‘as is” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. In no event shall our juridical person be liable for any damages including, but not limited to, direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages or other losses arising out of the use of or inability to use our products.


08.Support – Our support will help you how to use your theme options. Our support solve bugs in the theme. Our support do not provide customization. Our support is only for single site. Our support can’t help you to change the theme design and options. Our support can’t create options special for you. Our support can’t help you how to use other plugins.


09.Customers are free to make any changes and/or modifications to our products to suit their needs. This includes all PHP, JavaScript, HTML and CSS files distributed with our products. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE TERMS mentioned above, or any changes made to these terms, please exit this site.

10. Ownership and Intellectual Property
All product designs are the exclusive and intellectual property of and their respective designers. Our products are sold without guarantee of any sort, either communicated or suggested. We shall not be at risk for any cases for harms including, however not restricted to, immediate, extraordinary, accidental or consequential harms or whatever other misfortunes which could or may emerge out of the utilization of any of our products.




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