We the Internet TV
SMS TEXT TERMS
These SMS Text Terms govern the provision and delivery of text messages by the Moving Picture Institute d/b/a We the Internet TV ("WTI", "us", "we", or "our") to you.
Your Electronic Agreement to Receive Text Messages; E-Sign Disclosure
By agreeing to receive text messages, you also consent to the use of an electronic record to document your agreement. To stop receiving text messages from a WTI text message program, simply text STOP to the short code provided in the text messages that you no longer wish to receive. To view and retain a copy of this disclosure or any information regarding your enrollment in this program, you will need (i) a device (such as a computer or mobile phone) with a web browser and Internet access and (ii) either a printer or storage space on such device.
What Rules Apply?
require, among other things, and as more specifically set forth in those terms, that disputes between you and us are subject to arbitration (subject to several exceptions which are expressly set forth in the Terms of Service); and
eliminate your right to bring a class action lawsuit concerning, among other things, the provision of text messages.
What Are WTI Text Message Programs?
WTI text message programs are programs offered from time to time that involve the sending of text messages to users who expressly agree to receive such messages.
Does It Cost Anything to Receive Texts From a WTI Text Message Program?
We will not charge you to create or deliver the text messages that are part of any WTI text message program; however, depending on your plan with your wireless or other applicable provider, you may be charged by your carrier or other applicable provider. Thus, your provider's standard message and data rates may apply. Your consent to receive texts from us is not in any way required as a condition of purchasing property, goods or services from us.
Who Can Receive Texts?
What If I Don't Want to Receive Any More Texts From a WTI Text Message Program?
To stop receiving text messages from a specific WTI text message program, simply text STOP to the short code provided in the WTI text message program texts that you no longer wish to receive. After doing so, you will receive confirmation of your opt-out via text. If you have signed up for more than one WTI text message program you will need to text STOP to the short code provided in the texts for each text message program from which you wish to no longer receive texts.
What If I Want More Info?
To request more info, simply text HELP to the short code provided in the texts related the WTI text message program you have questions about.
How Many Texts Will I Receive?
The number of texts you receive from a WTI text message program may vary significantly, depending in part on the specific text message program you sign up for. However, at this time, WTI does not anticipate sending you more than 100 WTI texts per month per WTI text message program.
Who Are the Participating Carriers?
Content is not available on all carriers and carrier participation could change. You may consult with your carrier to see if it participates. The content is not compatible with all cell phone models. WTI will not be liable for any delays in the receipt of any SMS messages or changes to the participating carriers as delivery is subject to effective transmission from your carrier with active participation at that time.
How Are the Text Messages Sent?
WTI or its vendor who sends the texts may use autodialer or non-autodialer technology to send the text messages described above to the mobile phone number you supply when you request to receive the texts.
What Are Your Privacy Practices?
Will These Terms Change?
We reserve the right to modify these SMS Text Terms, or any part thereof, or add or remove terms at any time, and such modifications, additions or deletions will be effective immediately upon posting. Your receipt of texts after such posting shall be deemed to constitute acceptance by you of such modifications, additions or deletions.
Effective: December 18, 2018