Legal notice - disclaimer

SAASCO SA, GetaSMS publisher

Legal notice published SAASCO SA, GetaSms™ publisher

You are currently connected to the official website of GetaSms en.getasms.com and subdomains.


Name : SAASCO SA
Headquarters: Impasse Champ-Colin 6 à 1260 Nyon in Suisse

Hosting: AgenceWeb SA, SwissVirtualHost.com Geneva and Zurich.

Responsibilities

Getasms™ takes all measures to provide users with quality, reliable, accurate, and complete service. No warranty explicit or implicit is nevertheless made on this subject. Getasms™ shall under no circumstances be held responsible for the use or interpretation of information contained on its website.

Web links

The creation of hypertext links to the Getasms™ site and its products is subject to prior approval by the Director of Publications. Hypertext links to other sites from https://www.getasms.com and sites of its products do not in any way engage the responsibility of Getasms™.

Copyright

The logos on the website Getasms™ are registered trademarks with the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IIP).

The content, information and texts contained on the website Getasms™ are protected by Swiss law on Copyright and Related Rights (LDA) of 9 October

Their extraction is reserved exclusively for personal, non-collective and non-commercial

Any other use, transmission, redistribution or reproduction of these photos, text, logos and applications for any purpose other than personal, non-commercial, including on another website without written, express and prior consent is strictly Getasms™ prohibited.

Any reproduction (transfer to another medium) or use of data from the Getasms™ site is exclusively limited to personal and private use of users of the Internet, to the exclusion of any particular distribution for commercial use.

Any reproduction or use, even for private purposes, of all or a substantial part of Getasms™ website data is strictly prohibited and liable to prosecution under the Swiss Law on Copyright and Rights neighbors (LDA) of 9 October 1992, and international conventions..

Violation of these provisions subjects the offender, and all those responsible, to criminal and civil penalties under the Act.