For purposes of these Rebel Client Terms and Conditions (“Terms”), “Rebel”, “we” or “our” refers to Rebel Interactive Group LLC, and “Client,” “you” or “your” refers to your company. Please read these Terms carefully as they, together with your signed Proposal (hereinafter “Service Agreement”) and any Change Orders constitute your entire agreement with Rebel (hereinafter the “Agreement”). By engaging Rebel to provide services to you, you agree to be legally bound by these Terms. Rebel reserves the right to change or modify these Terms at any time and in its sole discretion by posting the amended Terms on our website at http://www.rebelinteractivegroup.com/terms/ Unless otherwise specified, any changes or modifications will be effective immediately upon posting on the website and your continued use of Rebel’s services after such time will constitute your acceptance of such changes or modifications.
Where Rebel has agreed to develop a website, video, web, mobile or social media application, email template, etc., such deliverables may require the purchase or license of fonts, photographs, background music, video clips, APIs, plug-ins or other items from a third party. The cost of same is NOT included in the pricing set forth in your Service Agreement with Rebel. Client may either purchase or license those items on their own or Rebel may purchase/license them on Client’s behalf. If Client has not specified that it would like to license these items on their own, Rebel will assume that it should license them and will invoice Client for same. Third party items that Client (or Rebel on behalf of Client) licenses from a third party to be placed deliverables created by Rebel for Client will not be owned by Client. Client should not use such content in other items, such as print materials or promotional items, or otherwise use such content inconsistent with the third party’s terms of licensing such use. Upon request, Rebel will provide Client with a listing of third party content used in the deliverables and the source(s) of such content so that Client may review the licensing requirements associated with that content.