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1 By registering with Expats Abroad you agree to abide by the terms & conditions below.
2 We offer free registration which allows you to make use of our website, upload your details and search the membership database, and receive email, but does not enable you to make contact with full paying members.
3 Every full member will be offer the opportunity to acquire a expats-abroad.com e-mail address.
4 Expats-abroad.com reserves the right to amend
the membership fee upon renewal.
5 The annual full membership costs is 5.50 pounds sterling, 7 Euros, or 8 US Dollars
6 Membership fees are for one year and are non-refundable.
7 Expats abroad will not divulged members information to any third party.
8 Members are not permitted to upload any offensive or obscene material on ex-pats abroad. We reserves the right to terminate immediately the membership of any person found to be doing so.
9 Ex-pats-abroad.com cannot be held responsible or liable for any comments made by members on our message boards or in the chat rooms, although they will be strictly monitored.
10 Expats Abroad reserves the right to terminate the membership of anyone found to be abusing message boards or chat room facilities.
11 No advertising will be uploaded to ex-pats
abroad, unless with our prior consent. Abusers of this facility
will have their membership terminated.
12 Expats Abroad.com has the right to notify you of future updates and information relevant to the site.
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Disclaimer: Expats Abroad have taken extreme
care on the design and management
of the site, the information has been provided by the owners and our members. All details are displayed in good faith and believed to be correct.
For this reason, we accept no liability for any errors, omissions,
misused or claims made from arrangements with another user, or from the content of the website. Any disputes will be settled under Spanish Law.
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- being an expatriate (or more familiarly, an expat) isnít a modern
construction, but one that resonates with an entirely new development
of community in the digital age.