The following are Journal Prep’s terms of service. The same terms and conditions apply to all users of services through the Journal Prep website.
In accepting the terms of service herein you acknowledge that Journal Prep (the “Company”) is solely a facilitator in the service delivery process and that all materials, text, files, images, sounds, manuscripts, data or papers (the "content") posted to the Company will be submitted to third party(s) for service delivery purposes. While the Company makes every reasonable effort to ensure confidentiality, you specifically acknowledge and agree that the Company shall not be held responsible in any manner whatsoever for any use, misuse, theft, reproduction, distribution, plagiarism, improper dissemination, copyright infringement or any other improper, unauthorized or illegal use or application of the content submitted or any part thereof (collectively, “misuse”). Further, in accepting the terms of service herein, you hereby release and forever hold harmless the Company from any claim for direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages or loss in any form whatsoever, including costs, whether legal costs or otherwise resulting from any misuse or misapplication of the content. The release and hold harmless provisions described herein shall apply whether or not any claim for loss results from the carelessness, negligence, gross negligence, delay or lack of due care on the part of the Company or any of its servants, agents or employees in the service delivery process or for any other reason.
You further confirm that you have sole responsibility for or you are the owner, author and originator of the content or you have been duly authorized by such person or entity, and you have the consent and authority to submit the content to the Company for the purposes of this Agreement. In the event any unauthorized content is submitted to the Company by you, whether intentional or otherwise, you will indemnify and save harmless the Company, its servants, agents and employees, from any claim, action, cause of action, suit or demand, and costs made or threatened to be made in respect of such unauthorized content.
The Company, at its sole discretion, may refuse any content that is inappropriate, offensive, misleading, inaccurate, objectionable, or unlawfully submitted, and in such event, terminate the Agreement and retain any fees you have paid.