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You are guaranteed that Real Traffic Source will send the number of visitors to the URL you specify within 30 business days (traffic packages from 50k visitors may last longer). This is the only guarantee for this service. In no event shall Real Traffic Source be liable for any consequential, direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, or other damages whatsoever (including, but not limited to, damages for loss of profits, loss of information or other pecuniary loss) arising out of the use or inability to use the package, even if Real Traffic Source has been advised of the possibility of such damages.

If we are unable to deliver the number of visitors promised , you may claim a refund. In the unlikely event that Real Traffic Source does not deliver the number of visitors promised, we will provide a compensation on a pro-rata basis (refunds would be issued only when your website is unable to receive our traffic). For instance: If you buy 25.000 visitors and we only deliver 15.000 in 30 days, we will send you 10.000 new visitors. In cases where refunds are claimed, we reserve the right to require proof that the proper number of visitors were not delivered. Stats, data and other information from third party counters (e.g. Extreme-DM.com, hitbox, Google Analytics*) are not sufficient to establish a claim. These counting systems tend to yield an improper count. If we dispute your claim, you must provide us with RAW server logs from the site and time period in question – this is the only reliable method of counting a visitor.

Real Traffic Source will not deliver visitors to sites containing content that is not appropriate for viewing by a general audience. Inappropriate content includes, but is not limited to, hate text, illegal content (in the US) and content that encourages illegal activities or violence. What constitutes inappropriate content shall be determined at the sole discretion of Real Traffic Source. Real Traffic Source will review your site before beginning the campaign. If your site is changed during the campaign such that it includes inappropriate content, Real Traffic Source may stop your campaign immediately. In this case, you will be provided a refund on a pro-rata basis.

Real Traffic Source cannot be held responsible for factors beyond our control that may interfere with our ability to deliver visitors to your URL. Such factors include, but are not limited to: downtime on your server, overuse of your bandwidth quota (if applicable), errors on your site and network outages beyond our servers. Please contact your web hosting company or network provider if you are unsure about whether your hosting account is sufficient for the program you are ordering.

This Agreement is the entire agreement between you and Real Traffic Source and supersedes any other understandings or agreements, including, but not limited to, advertising with respect to the package.

TERMINOLOGY: (1) In the present context, a visit generally occurs when a text file is loaded from your server (this includes HTML files). A hit occurs when a file is loaded from your web server. Since loading a single web page can cause several files to load (e.g. images), several hits usually occur when a page is loaded. Thus, the number of hits is always greater than (or equal to) the number of visits. The term “number of visitors” is interchangeable with the term “number of visits.” Several “visits” may originate from a single IP address or individual. This generally occurs when an individual returns to or reloads a webpage. (2) “Pro-rata” refunds are calculated by dividing the number of visits we delivered by the number of visits you ordered. The result of this calculation is subtracted from 1 and the resulting figure is multiplied by your purchase price to derive the “pro-rata” refund.

If any provision of this Agreement is deemed invalid or unenforceable by any jurisdiction or government agency having jurisdiction, that particular provision will be deemed modified to the extent necessary to make the provision valid and enforceable, and the remaining provisions will remain in full force and effect.

END OF AGREEMENT

*If your visitor’s browser doesn’t support cookies and/ or JavaScript, the visit won’t get counted by Google Analytics. This is actually a big deal, because it leads to one of the major shortcomings of script-based analytics. Search engine spiders (in fact, many automated agents or ‘bots’) don’t run JavaScript by design. So there’s no way Google Analytics can count visits by search engines, which in itself is a pretty important piece of data. You need a log file analyser like AWStats to get this insight.

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