GoDaddy - Account Access Terms of Service
This GoDaddy Account Access Terms of Service Agreement (this “Agreement”) is entered into by and between GoDaddy.com, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ("GoDaddy") and you, and is made effective as of the date of electronic acceptance. This Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions of your use of the GoDaddy Account Access Services (the “Services”).
Your electronic acceptance of this Agreement signifies that you have read, understand, acknowledge and agree to be bound by this Agreement, along with GoDaddy’s Universal Terms of Service Agreement, which are incorporated herein by reference.
The terms “we”, “us” or “our” shall refer to GoDaddy. The terms “you”, “your”, “User” or “customer” shall refer to any individual or entity who accepts this Agreement. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to confer any third-party rights or benefits.
GoDaddy, in its sole and absolute discretion, may change or modify this Agreement, and any policies or agreements which are incorporated herein, at any time, and such changes or modifications shall be effective immediately upon posting to the GoDaddy website (this “Site”). You acknowledge and agree that (i) GoDaddy may notify you of such changes or modifications by posting them to this Site and (ii) your use of this Site or the Services after such changes or modifications have been made (as indicated by the “Last Revised” date at the top of this page) shall constitute your acceptance of this Agreement as last revised. If you do not agree to be bound by this Agreement as last revised, do not use (or continue to use) this Site or the Services. In addition, GoDaddy may occasionally notify you of changes or modifications to this Agreement by email. It is therefore very important that you keep your account information, including your email address, current. GoDaddy assumes no liability or responsibility for your failure to receive an email notification if such failure results from an inaccurate or out-of-date email address.
You agree that this Agreement shall be deemed to have been negotiated, entered into, executed and performed for all purposes within the United States of America.2. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES
The Services allow you to request limited or full access to another customer’s GoDaddy account, or to grant limited or full access to your GoDaddy account to another GoDaddy customer. Limited access allows the customer granted access (the “grantee”) the ability to make changes to products in the delegating customer’s (the “grantor's") account. Full access allows the grantee to make purchases in the grantor’s account, using the payment method on file in the grantor’s account.3. GRANTOR TERMS
You should only grant access to your account to a grantee with whom you have an established and trusted business or personal relationship. GoDaddy is not responsible for, and in no event shall have any liability with respect to, your decision to authorize another GoDaddy customer to access your account, or for any actions the grantee may take or fail to take with respect to your account.
If you change your mind regarding whether to allow a grantee to access your account, you may revoke the grantee’s ability to access your account at any time. However, while such access is granted, you assume full responsibility and liability for all actions and omissions engaged in by the grantee with respect to your account.
By authorizing a grantee to access your account, you are acknowledging and agreeing to the following:
- You have an established and trusted business or personal relationship with the account grantee.
- That, depending on permissions granted, the grantee may have access to and be able to view personal information that you have included and provided in your account, including, but not limited to, billing address information (but excluding actual payment information).
- You are voluntarily authorizing the grantee to access and make changes to your account, and you fully release GoDaddy from any claims related to such access and any changes or omissions that are made by the grantee.
- If you are granting full account access to the grantee, you are authorizing the grantee to make purchases on your behalf, utilizing the payment method on file in your account.
- You are responsible for