TERMS OF USE

Welcome to the Mateeno website and thank you for visiting. We ask that you review the following basic terms of the site and the purchasing of products from our site. By using Mateeno website you agree to follow and be bound by these terms. These terms may be changed from time to time and your use of the site following any such changes shall confirm your agreement to follow and be bound by the terms as modified. Make sure you read our Privacy Policy as well.

The contents of Mateeno website is intended for the personal non-commercial (aside from purchases by you from our site) used by visitors to the site. You may not copy, reproduce, publish, transmit, or otherwise use any copyrighted or trademarked materials present on this site without prior written consent of Mateeno. This includes using Mateeno trademarks for metatags, in hidden text or otherwise using the trademarks for the purposes of gaining a higher ranking from search engines. Mateeno retains all rights in its copyrights and trademarks, trade names, brand names, and trade dress depicted on this site. 

 

Comments, Feedback and Other Submissions 

Mateeno welcomes your comments and feedback regarding its website, its products and its services. It does not, however, accept confidential or proprietary information. Accordingly, all comments, feedback, ideas, suggestions, materials, information and other submissions disclosed, submitted or offered to Mateeno using its website or otherwise (collectively, "Comments") are not confidential and will become and remain Mateeno property. The disclosure, submission or offer of any Comments will constitute an assignment to Mateeno of all rights, titles and interests and goodwill in the comments without payment of any compensation. Comments submitted by you must not violate any right of any third party, and must not contain any libelous, abusive, obscene or otherwise unlawful material.

 

Controlling Law

These terms of use shall be governed by the laws of England and you shall submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.