Terms of Use

Registration at Familiarchat.com is completely free. The customer will complete forms provided by Familiarchat.com in order to elaborate an individual profile in an automated way. These data will be part of the common database of Familiarchat.com, in order that each user can access the services provided by Familiarchat.com according to personal characteristics. The client, based on the results obtained in the elaboration of the profile of desired couples, will receive gratuitously and periodically by Familiarchat.com, proposals of couples in an online list and by email, each one of which will be presented to them in a brief profile. The online list will be updated constantly so that the user is including new Familiarchat.com users.

ACCESS AND USE OF Familiarchat.com

Familiarchat.com requires all its users to make use of the services provided by free registration as a user of Familiarchat.com. This registration consists of the choice of a user name, which will serve to enable the rest of the customers to identify him, an email and also a personal password. The email address allows establishing contact between the user and Familiarchat.com, but it will not be published for third parties. Familiarchat.com also allows users who do not wish to register on our site to use in a limited way the profiles of other users. The erroneous or false information supplied by the customers in their User Registry makes them solely liable for any damages they may cause to Familiarchat.com or third parties. Moreover, as mentioned above in order to use the services provided by Familiarchat.com, customers must always be of legal age, as required by law. Therefore, they will be fully responsible for all acts performed by minors by their parents, guardians or representatives who are under their care. As the Internet makes it possible to access content that may not be appropriate for minors, Users are informed that there are mechanisms, in particular filtering and blocking software that allow limiting the available content and, although not infallible, are especially useful for controlling and restricting the materials that children can access.