Terms and Conditions
All sales of kayestone.com healing sessions and services are final and non-refundable.
All workshops and classes are non-refundable. However, any enrollment can be transferred to another class or workshop of equal value within one year of original purchase. Class placement is reserved by paying entire class fee upfront or by paying the non-refundable deposit.
Should technical problems unreasonably disrupt virtual services workshops or classes, contact Kaye Stone, LLC (the “Company”) for either replacement or refund of the price paid, as determined by the Company. Upon completing purchase of services, classes and workshops, the Client acknowledges to have read and understood the Company’s cancellation policy.
Terms and Conditions (the “Agreement”) are entered into and agreed upon by the Client as soon as payment is collected for services provided by Kaye Stone, LLC with an address of 291 N. Hubbards Lane STE 172 PMB 179 Louisville, KY 40207, and Kaye Stone, LLC, a Kentucky limited liability company. The Company and the Client may sometimes be referred to individually as a “Party” or collectively as the “Parties”.
- Engagement. The Company may amend and supplement the Agreement by revising services offered on kayestone.com, identifying which services are requested by the Client. Nothing herein shall guarantee that the Client will receive a minimum volume of services. Additionally, the Company may delete any services offered from this Agreement, without advance notice to the Client.
- Term. The term will begin on the Effective Date (upon purchase of service) and will remain in full force and effect until completion of the Services, subject to earlier termination as provided in this Agreement. In the event that either Party wishes to terminate this Agreement prior to the completion of the Services, the Client will not be refunded for participation in soul communication or other healing services listed under the “Services” tab on kayestone.com. The Company may terminate this Agreement upon immediate notice if the Client has failed to timely pay or fails to follow directions given by the Company.
- Compensation. The Client shall compensate the Company those amounts set forth in the contract for services completed under this Agreement. The Company will collect payment prior to services provided. No refunds will be provided for services in the event of termination of this agreement.
The Parties shall act in good faith to resolve disputed amounts in a timely manner. If the Parties are unable to resolve any disputes concerning the Company’s charges, the sole and exclusive forum for any action to collect unpaid services shall be in the state courts having jurisdiction in Jefferson County, Kentucky, and the Parties expressly submit to the jurisdiction of these courts, and any judgment, determination, finding or conclusion reached or rendered in any other jurisdiction shall be null and void between the Parties.
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- Return policy. All sales of kayestone.com healing sessions and services are final and non-refundable. All workshops and classes are non-refundable However, any enrollment can be transferred to another class or workshop of equal value within one year of original purchase. Class placement is reserved by paying entire class fee upfront or by paying the non-refundable deposit. Should technical problems unreasonably disrupt virtual services workshops or classes, contact Kaye Stone, LLC for either replacement or refund of the price paid, as determined by the Company. Upon completing purchase of services, classes and workshops, the Client acknowledges to have read and understood the Company’s cancellation policy.
- Personal data. At times, the Company may ask for personally identifiable information which may include, but is not limited to: first name and last name, address, phone number, email address.
- Confidentiality. The Company will not at any time or in any manner either directly or indirectly, divulge, disclose, or communicate in any manner, any information that is proprietary to the Client. The Company will protect such information and treat it as strictly confidential.
- Communication. The Client authorizes the Company to communicate by mail, telephone, text message, electronic mail and/or other electronic communication despite the inherent risk that such communication may be intercepted or unintentionally misdirected.
- Children’s policy. The Company will work with children under the age of 18 provided both parents or legal guardians send notarized written permission for the Company to provide healing services for minors.
- Indemnification. By participation in the services provided by the Company, Parties expressly agree that purchase is at the Client’s own risk. The Company is not responsible for any injuries, changes and/or decisions made by the Client or death incurred as a result of the Client’s participation in services provided by the Company. The Company is not a licensed medical professional or therapist and provides non-medical spiritual healing, coaching, counseling and guidance to the Client. The Company’s services are for educational purposes only. The Client must be eighteen years of age or older to participate in services offered by the Company. The Company’s services should not be used in place of professional psychological or medical treatments.
- Copyright and Trademarks. ANY COPYING, DISTRIBUTING, TRANSMITTING, POSTING, LINKING, OR DEEPLY LINKING WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF KAYESTONE.COM IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. Any violation of this policy may result in a copyright, trademark or other, intellectual property right infringement that may subject parties to civil and/or criminal penalties. This site contains copyrighted material, trademarks, and other propriety information, including but not limited to, text, photos, videos, music, sound, and the entire contents of Kaye Stone, LLC copyright as a collective work under the United States copyright laws.
- Disclaimer of Warranties; Limitation of Liability. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY TO THE PARTIES HEREUNDER FOR BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT OR BASED ON ANY OTHER CAUSE OF ACTION OR THEORY OF LIABILITY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED, TO CLAIMS OF NEGLIGENCE, INDEMNITY, CONTRIBUTION OR INTENTIONAL TORT) EXCEED THE FEES PAID OR OWED BY CLIENT TO THE COMPANY FOR THOSE SERVICES OF ANY JUDGMENT AGAINST THE COMPANY FOR SUCH AMOUNT AND THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES. THE PARTIES RECOGNIZE THAT THIS LIABILITY LIMITATION IS A SPECIFIC AND MATERIAL INDUCEMENT FOR THE COMPANY’S ENTRY OF THIS AGREEMENT AND THAT THE COMPANY WOULD NOT AGREE TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO THE FAMILY HEREUNDER WITHOUT SUCH EXPRESS LIMITATION OF ITS LIABILITY.
- Governing Law/Arbitration. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, without regard to Kentucky’s conflicts of laws principles. Except for disputes concerning payment of the Company’s invoices, described in Section 4 of this Agreement, if any other dispute shall arise between the Parties as to their rights or liabilities under this Agreement, the dispute shall be exclusively determined and resolved, by arbitration in accordance with the commercial rules of the Kentucky Arbitration Act, KRS 417. The arbitration shall be held in Louisville, Kentucky before an arbitrator, who shall be chosen by the parties involved or otherwise appointed by a court pursuant to the provisions of the Kentucky Arbitration Act. The decision of the arbitrators shall be final and binding upon the parties and judgment upon such award may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction. The costs of the arbitrator and of the arbitration shall be borne one-half by each of the Parties. The costs of each Party’s counsel, accountants, etc., as well as any costs solely for their benefit, shall be borne separately by each Party. However, the arbitrator will award the substantially prevailing party its litigation expenses, attorney fees, etc., as part of the award. Each of the parties hereby acknowledges that this provision constitutes a waiver of their right to commence a lawsuit in any jurisdiction with respect to the matters which are required to be settled by arbitration as provided in this Section 6.