Coposts Master Services Agreement Terms and Conditions

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, covenants and agreements, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:

1. Performance of Services: COMPANY shall provide the services set forth in this Agreement.
2. Service Plan Fees & Payments: CLIENT agrees to pay all fees specified for each service/or services. All payments shall be made in U.S. dollars via automated monthly recurring billing in advance of services being provided. Standard payment types are Credit Card, Debit Card or ACH withdrawal (auto debit) from CLIENT financial institution. CLIENT understands that Coposts is a paperless billing company and CLIENT agrees to make payments by Credit Card, Debit Card or ACH withdrawal (auto debit) in accordance with the Service Plan Payment Options listed below. 
Service Plan Payment Options:

Starter Plan & Grow Plan – Credit Card or Debit Card Payment only.

Pro Plan & Premium Plan – Credit Card, Debit Card, Digital Invoice with ACH withdrawal (auto debit)
If paying by Credit Card or Debit Card, CLIENT agrees that monthly payments will be set up for recurring billing with the COMPANY’S financial institution and recurring payments will be made monthly by the CLIENT. If paying by ACH withdrawal (auto debit), the COMPANY will send CLIENT invoices monthly and CLIENT agrees to submit ACH withdrawal (auto debit) via digital payment service provided by the COMPANY. COMPANY shall have the right to suspend service if Client has failed to pay any invoice within five (5) days after start of their recurring month of service. 
3. ADDITIONAL TERMS. Notwithstanding the terms set forth in Section 3, Client may seek to incorporate supplemental terms and conditions into the Agreement, and in such case, such supplemental terms shall only be accepted and incorporated into this Agreement to the extent expressly agreed to by Company. Any additional terms and/or conditions supplemented by Client which are contrary, conflicting, supplemental or which materially alter any of the terms contained herein or any SOW(s) are objected to and hereby expressly rejected by Company and, when applicable, such objection and rejection shall be continuous throughout the Term and any Renewal Term(s).
4. TERM AND TERMINATION. Unless sooner terminated in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, the initial term of this Agreement shall commence on the Effective Date and end [Period] months thereafter (“Initial Term” or “Term”). This Agreement shall automatically renew on a three month basis (each, a “Renewal Term”) or for they shall automatically renew for the original agreement term if Six (6) months or Twelve months (12) basis (each, a “Renewal term”), unless Client provides advanced written notice of their intent to terminate the Agreement at least 30 business days prior to the scheduled termination date of the then-current term. If client terminates agreement any time before the contracted end period, any discounts, pricing adjustments, or other considerations given in exchange for the 3, 6 or 12 month contract term(s) become immediately due and result in a one-time termination fee equal to that amount and will be invoiced within Five (5) days of the date of cancellation.
5. PRICING AND PAYMENT. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Client shall remit to Company, without further notice or demand, the following:
a. Expert Onboarding Fee. Upon the execution of this agreement and delivery of any SOW(s), Client shall remit to Company a “One Time Setup & Onboarding Fee,” in the amount as set forth in such agreement or SOW(s).
b. Recurring Monthly Services. In addition to any additional fees otherwise due Company under this agreement, Client shall also remit to Company and shall prepay any and all “Recurring Monthly Services” fees due Company during the Term and any Renewal Term(s).
c. Modification Fees. Client shall be solely responsible for any and all additional costs relating to SOW(s) or project modifications (“Modification Fees”). Modification Fees shall be invoiced to Client on the last day of each month in which such modified Services have been delivered and Client shall remit payment respecting such modified scope of work in accordance with the payment terms set forth in Section 6 of this Agreement.
d. Payments Coposts is a paperless billing company. Client agrees to receive digital monthly invoices by email and will remit payment by one of the following payment methods: Credit/Debit Card, ACH Debit (Withdrawal). Company will provide Client with digital payment methods with invoice delivery.
e. Due Dates. Unless otherwise set forth in any applicable agreement to the contrary, all payments (e.g., fees, costs, recurring payments, subscription fees) due Company under this Agreement (including any Exhibit(s)), shall be automatically due without further notice upon receipt of an invoice from Company (the “Due Date”).
f. Late Fees. Payments delivered more than 5 business days past the Due Date shall be subject to a rate of 1.5% interest per month on the outstanding balance, to the extent permissible by law.
g. Events of Default. Company shall have the right to temporarily suspend the delivery of any and all Services due under any agreement(s) or exhibits until all past due amounts are paid upon Client’s failure or refusal to remit monies to cover estimated project costs and/or expenses.
h. Expenses. Any out-of-pocket expenses, costs, advances, and/or retainers which are paid or incurred by Company relative to the delivery of the Services shall be borne solely by Client and Client shall promptly reimburse Company upon demand therefor. Company shall, at all relevant times during the Term and any Renewal Term(s), require Client to remit monies to cover estimated project costs and/or Company may elect to require Client to either pre-approve and/or pay certain estimated costs.
i. Price Increases. Company shall have the right during the Renewal Term(s) to increase Company’s pricing or rate sheets relating to Services, from time-to-time, upon written notification to Client. Unless otherwise set forth in any applicable SOW(s), price increases shall become effective 30 days following Company’s notification of such price increase.
j. Collection. Company shall be solely responsible for any and all costs paid or incurred by Company respecting the collection of fees, costs, and/or expenses due Company under this Agreement, including a $35.00 fee on all returned items, plus any additional bank fees incurred by Client. Client shall also be responsible for and shall pay all legal fees and costs paid or incurred by Company in the collection of any amounts due Company, including fees and costs paid or incurred by Company during such collection effort including fees and costs incurred during court proceedings (at all levels, including trial and appeals), mediation, pre-litigation and/or arbitration.
6. SERVICES. The “Services” shall mean those certain goods and/or digital marketing services being provided by Company to Client under and subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and as more particularly specified on each applicable SOW(s) and/or Insertion Order(s), to wit:
7. Digital Content Marketing Services. Company shall set up, create, manage and publish social media posts to Clients social media channels per the Coposts Master Services Agreement. Company will provide Client with access to a mobile app for its registered team members and administrators as determined by the service plan Client selects for each location. Company will provide the Admin of each location account with a client dashboard and digital tools to perform all activities necessary to complete the creation of social media post drafts and/or posts.
  • For the purposes of this agreement, a Post Draft is defined as – One draft piece of content created by an authorized user of our desktop or mobile app software and sent through the desktop or mobile app software for approval by Coposts.
  • For the purposes of this agreement, a Post is defined as – One draft piece of content created by an authorized user of our desktop or mobile app software that is received, reviewed, edited, approved and posted to one client social media channel by Coposts.
8. Social Media Analytics. Company shall provide social media account activity via a bi-weekly report providing tracking of live posts to clients social profiles, post reach and engagements. The bi-weekly reports will be provided to the Account Admin for each specific location(s) listed in the agreement.
9. TAXES. Client shall be solely responsible for the collection, filing and remittance of any and all applicable taxes, including income tax, sales tax, excise tax and similar taxes applicable to the goods and Services provided hereunder (hereinafter “Taxes”). In no event shall Company pay or be responsible for any Taxes: (i) imposed on or with respect to Client’s net or gross income, capital or franchise; or (ii) collected (or to be collected) by Client from Company which Client fails to remit to the applicable tax authority or governmental authority. Failure to comply with the terms and conditions of this provision by Client shall constitute a material breach hereunder and Client shall defend, hold harmless and indemnify Company for any claims or threatened claims by third parties relating to, or resulting from, a breach of this provision.
10. CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE. Client shall, at all relevant times during the Term and any Renewal Term(s), appoint an individual as Client’s authorized representative with full power and authority to make decisions relating to the project(s) that is(are) the subject of this Agreement and which individual is authorized to also bind Client (the “Client Representative”). Client acknowledges and agrees that Client’s Representative shall solely be responsible for supervising, reviewing and approving Company’s deliverables and for notifying Company of Client’s instructions, change orders and approvals. The signature or e-mail approval of Client Representative shall be final and binding on Client. If the Client Representative indicated on the Agreement must be changed, notification to company must be made by the listed Client Representative.
11. CLIENT OBLIGATIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES. Company’s performance of the Services described in this Agreement depends upon Client fulfilling its responsibilities in a timely and sufficient manner. Client’s failure to perform the responsibilities set forth in this SOW could negatively impact the schedule and cost of the services.
Client agrees that:
• All requirements will be provided in a timely manner and any delays in the same can impact the timeline. This will include all forms, location profile forms, social post drafts, social posts, promotional posts, links to social accounts, team member names and emails, location information, post approvals, copy requirements, logos, trademarks, service marks, graphics, photography, technology or printing specifications and brand guidelines.
• Client may provide Company with trademarks, service marks, logos, images, photos, graphics, videos and other content belonging to Client and/or its partners/vendors (collectively referred to as, “Client Content”) to be included in the creative materials developed hereunder. Client represents and warrants that it has obtained all necessary rights, releases, and approvals to use such Client Content in such creative materials for the purposes contemplated herein.
• Client will obtain all necessary approvals from its internal management for each deliverable in this SOW and provide consolidated feedback via email or annotated PDFs to Company.
• Client shall advise Company of any changes that could impact the creative for the program.
• Client shall be solely responsible for providing legal review of the creative materials developed hereunder prior to release and for ensuring the Offer (and applicable terms/conditions and disclosures and the placement of all such terms) included therein comply with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations.
• If Client provides names, addresses or likenesses of people to be used in the applicable materials or social media posts produced hereunder, Client represents and warrants that it has received all applicable rights, approvals and consents to disclose and use the names, addresses and likenesses of people for the purposes contemplated in this Agreement.
a. Visual Materials. In the event that Client provides Company with any photographs, videos, illustrations, sketches or other visual materials (“Visual Materials”) in connection with Company’s Services hereunder, such Visual Materials shall be of professional quality and in a form suitable for reproduction without further preparation or alteration by Company, as such quality and suitability shall be determined by Company in its sole and absolute discretion. Should Company determine that any Visual Materials fail to meet Company’s suitability or quality standards, Company shall notify Client of such failure and of any necessary action needed to bring the Visual Materials into such suitable standards, including all costs (if any) that Client will incur for bringing the materials into compliance with Company’s standards, and Client shall be responsible for paying Company any and all fees and expenses associated therewith.
b. Additional Costs. Client acknowledges and agrees that Company’s ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement is dependent on Client’s timely cooperation and otherwise fulfillment of certain obligations hereunder. Company shall not be liable for any delays, costs, charges or losses sustained by Client arising directly or indirectly from any failure of Client to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement.
c. Clearances. Client shall be solely responsible for determining, applying for, obtaining and paying for, any and all third-party licenses, permits, permissions, publicity rights and consents (collectively the “Clearances”) necessary or integral to lawfully distribute, reproduce, publish, stream, post, transmit, broadcast and/or in any way, exploit all or part of the Work(s) being created, developed, contemplated under this Agreement.
12. SUPPLIERS. Client acknowledges and agrees that Company shall, from time-to-time, engage the services of, or procure goods from third party suppliers and/or independent contractors in delivering the Services hereunder. In such case, Company shall have the option to procure such third-party goods and/ or service in either Company’s name or in the name of Client and if the latter, Client agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of such third party suppliers and/or independent contractors and Client shall authorize Company to act as Client’s representative or authorized agent for the limited purposes set forth in this Section 12.
13. DELAYS. Company shall not be held responsible for delays or non-performance caused by, or contributed to activities or factors beyond Company’s reasonable control, including delays and nonperformance caused or contributed to by viruses, acts or omissions by third parties (including third-party suppliers and contractors), Internet service providers (including network downtime), Client or its contractors, employees, agents, strikes, lockouts, work slowdowns or stoppages, accidents, fires, acts of God, terrorism or failure by Client to timely furnish information or approvals hereunder.
14. Rights, Ownership and Usage. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and provided Client has fulfilled all of Client’s obligations (including all payment obligations) hereunder and that Client is not otherwise in default of any provision(s) of this Agreement, Company agrees to assign to Client, all rights, title and interest Company has in and to any creative works Client is commissioned to create pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement (the “Work(s)”) subject to the following and which assignment shall not include the components set forth in Subsections 14(a), 14(b), 14(c), 14(d) and 14(e). (collectively, the “Retained Components”):
a. Promotional Purposes. Company shall at all times, including subsequent to the expiration or early termination of this Agreement, and without additional notice to or consent from Client, use, publish, exploit and distribute such Work(s) and Client’s name for the purpose of promoting Company’s goods and services.
b. Materials. Company shall own and retain 100% of the rights, title and interests in and to any and all concepts, ideas, designs, proposals and other work and materials (collectively, “Other Materials”) which have been presented to Client, but not included in the Work(s).
c. Underlying Technology. Company shall own and retain 100% of the rights, title and interests in and to any technology, technical documentation, inventions, algorithms, software, architecture, logic, navigation, animation files and other source files for front-end deliverables, computer programs, source codes, game engines or other backend and background elements, files and features incorporated into, utilized by or embodied by the Work(s) (collectively, “Underlying Technology”). Unless the parties agree otherwise in any SOW(s) signed and delivered by the parties, Company shall retain sole and exclusive ownership in and to any and all such Underlying Technology, including any and all associated or ancillary or incidental rights, title and interest thereto. Company hereby grants to Client during the Term and any Renewal Term(s), a nonexclusive, royalty-free, irrevocable, worldwide license to use, reproduce, distribute, display, perform and exploit Company’s Underlying Technology, in compiled machine readable object code form only, to the extent incorporated into the Work(s) and other deliverables provided hereunder strictly for the purposes and in the territories set out in the applicable SOW(s). Client’s use of Underlying Technology for any project other than the project(s) set forth on or contemplated by the SOW and/or use on any other website, platform or in any other media shall be subject to additional fees (as further determined by Company) and licenses which license may be granted, conditioned or withheld by Company in its sole and absolute discretion.
d. Other Utilization of the Work(s). In the event that Client desires to utilize any aspect of the Work(s), for any marketing campaign, promotion, product, service, advertisement or any other purpose outside the scope of this Agreement or the SOW(s) or following the conclusion of the delivery of the Services, Client shall have a first right of refusal relative to being engaged to implement such new work(s) and Client shall not solicit or hire a third party to undertake such work(s) unless Company declines such new engagement and, at all times, any offering to third parties to undertake such new work(s) shall be on terms equal to, but not better than, the commercial terms (including payment terms) being offered to Company.
e. Design. Company shall retain 100% of the ownership rights in and to any creative works, including images, illustrations, animations and/or other proprietary artwork developed or contributed by Company, if any, including those listed in any applicable SOW(s) (each item, a “Design”).
f. License. Notwithstanding any terms contained herein to the contrary (including in Subsections 14(a), 14(b), 14(c), 14(d) 14(e) of this Agreement), Company shall grant to Client a nonexclusive, royalty-free, irrevocable, worldwide license to use, reproduce, distribute, display, perform and exploit those Work(s) embodying the Retained Components in any format or medium, electronic or otherwise, for a period of 1 year following the Effective Date.
g. Retained Rights. Any rights not expressly granted herein by Company hereunder shall be retained solely and exclusively by Company.
15. CONFIDENTIALITY AND NONDISCLOSURE. Client acknowledges that during the Term and any Renewal Term(s), Company has and will continue to make available to Client certain Confidential Information including any trade secret and/or proprietary information to enable Company to deliver some or all of the Services and to perform Company’s obligations under this Agreement. Client also acknowledges and agrees that Company is engaged in the highly competitive digital marketing business and that Company’s involvement such business has required and continues to require the expenditure of substantial amounts of time, money and resources and the use of skills, knowledge, and expertise developed over an extended period of time by Company. As a result, Company has developed and will continue to develop certain valuable Trade Secrets and Confidential Information that are unique and valuable to, and the essence of, Company’s business, and the disclosure of which to others by Client would cause Company great and irreparable harm. Such Trade Secrets and Confidential Information have and will continue to be disclosed by Company to Client during their business relationship. During the Term and any Renewal Term(s), and for a period of 5 years thereafter, Client agrees, subject to the terms and conditions of this Section 11, not to voluntarily or involuntarily disclose, furnish, transmit, send or disseminate Company’s confidential, proprietary information and trade secrets (as those terms are defined by Company) to any person or entity (including any governmental or quasi-governmental entity or Company) in contravention of either the terms or spirit of this Section 11. Client agrees to hold all such Confidential Information in the strictest confidence and agrees not to disclose or use such Confidential Information except as necessary for the performance of Client’s obligations hereunder. Client agrees that it shall not, during the Term and during any Renewal Term(s) and for a period of 5 years thereafter, use or disclose any such Confidential Information unless ordered to do so by a court, tribunal or governmental Company of competent jurisdiction over Company and/or the Confidential Information. Client acknowledges and agrees that in the event of a breach or threatened breach of any of the covenants and promises contained in this Section 11, Company shall suffer irreparable injury for which there is no adequate remedy at law, and Company shall therefore be entitled to injunctive relief from any court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction enjoining said breach or threatened breach. Client further acknowledges that Company also shall, at all relevant times, have the continued right to seek any remedy(ies) at law for any violations of this Section 11 (in addition to any equitable relief potentially sought by Company, including specific performance, preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, which Client agrees shall be sought by Company without bond, to enforce any rights of Company relating thereto). In the event that a court of competent jurisdiction determines that bond is a necessary prerequisite to the issuance or enforcement of any injunction sought by Company notwithstanding any provisions contained in this Section 118 to the contrary, Client agrees that a bond not exceeding $1,000 shall be a sufficient. The prevailing party in any action for either damages or injunctive relief hereunder shall be entitled to costs, including attorneys’ fees incurred at all pre- litigation, post-litigation, trial and appellate phases. These terms shall be binding upon Client and Client’s affiliates, and their respective successors and assigns. Client shall not disclose confidential or trade secret information even if required by an order of a court of competent jurisdiction or other governmental body, unless Client first gives Company written notice thereof and an opportunity for Company to seek a protective order or other appropriate remedies. To the extent that Client shall be ordered to furnish, disclose or disseminate any Confidential Information, only that portion of the Confidential Information that it is legally required to be furnished shall be furnished, disclosed or disseminated by Client. “Confidential Information” means Company’s data, materials, information and documentation (whether in tangible or in intangible form, including Confidential Information memorized by Client), which is valuable to Company and not generally known to the public or its competitors, including: (1) financial information, assets, prices, fee structures, expenses, budgets; (2) vendor and service information, such as information concerning the goods and services utilized or purchased by Company, the names and addresses of Company’s suppliers, contractors, licensors and vendors, the terms of contracts with such parties or transactions, as well as vendor and service information relating to prospective suppliers, contractors, licensors and vendors; (3) marketing and advertising information, including details about ongoing or proposed branding, marketing or advertising programs, strategies, or agreements by or on behalf of Company, marketing forecasts, results of marketing efforts, projects or other related transactions; (4) customers, service providers, licensees, clients, joint venture or marketing partners or entities with whom Company has strategic alliance information, including sales, service information, pricing, royalty or commission models and information for customers, as well as, any compilations of existing customers, customer proposals or agreements between customers and Company; (5) business plans and strategies, business models, brand development, licensing arrangements, sales forecasts and strategies, and similar business information; (6) non-public information regarding pending or threatened litigation, claims or disputes and Company’s litigation strategies respecting same; and (7) any information, documentation or material deemed to be Confidential Information by Company. Confidential Information shall at all times during the Term and any Renewal Term(s) mean, Trade Secrets. “Trade Secrets” means Confidential Information that meets the requirements of applicable trade secret law, including any information, such as formulas, patterns, compilations, programs, devices, methods, techniques or processes that derive economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known to, and not being readily ascertainable by proper means by, other persons who can obtain economic value from its disclosure or use; and all other information that Company undertakes to keep secret or determines to be a trade secret.
16. INDEMNIFICATION. Client shall indemnify, defend, covenant not to sue, release, protect and hold harmless Company, and Company’s respective affiliates, successors, assigns, officers, members, directors, employees, and agents (collectively the “Indemnified Parties”) from and against any and all claims (including third party claims), losses, deficiencies, damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses including, but not limited to, all costs and expenses, reasonable attorneys’ fees and legal expenses, paid or incurred by such Indemnified Parties as a result of any actual or threatened claim, judgment or adjudication against such Indemnified Parties arising from: (i) any negligent acts or omissions of Client respecting the delivery of the Services and, Client’s employees, agents, and representatives (ii) any material and uncured breach of any representation, warranty, or covenant made Client in this Agreement; and/or (iii) any claims or potential claims of infringement.
17. Warranties and Representations.
18. No Warranties and Representations. Company makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, with respect to this Agreement, the Work(s) or other materials and expressly disclaims all such representations and warranties, including any with respect to title, non-infringement, value, reliability or fitness for use.
19. Client Warranties and Representations. Client warrants and represents that: (i) Client has the full right and authority to enter into, fully perform the obligations set forth under this Agreement and bind Client hereunder; (ii) Client is not, and shall not become, a party to any agreement or arrangement that would in any way, whether directly or indirectly, prevent, limit or hinder in any way Client’s ability to (a) enter into and/or perform its obligations or assume and legal and financial obligations of Client under this Agreement or (b) grant any of the rights or approvals required herein or (c) perform any of Client’s obligations under this Agreement; (iii) Client shall, at Client’s sole cost, determine the need for and shall apply for, and shall secure any and all Clearances either required, integral or desired to use, reproduce, distribute, publish or otherwise exploit the Work(s); (iv) Client either exclusively owns and/ or controls all rights, title and interests in and to, or, has obtained, in writing, all of the requisite Clearances from all lawful rights holders in and to the Work(s); Client shall neither assign this Agreement nor assign any of Client’s rights, privileges or obligations hereunder without the prior written consent of Company, and which consent may be withheld, delay and/or conditioned, in Company’s sole and absolute discretion. Any attempt(s) by Client to assign or transfer any or all of its rights, title, interests and/or privileges under this Agreement in contravention of this provision shall be void. In the event of any assignment of transfer of any rights, privileges, title and/or interests of Company hereunder Client hereby agrees to (a) recognize Company’s assignor, transferor or other successor-in-interest as the Company’s successor (the “Successor Company”); and (b) be and remain bound and liable to such Successor Company pursuant to the terms, covenants and conditions of the Agreement; and the parties agree that Client shall have available to Client, all remedies (to the extent set forth in this Agreement) against such Successor Company as though Successor Company were party to this Agreement from its inception. Although the foregoing provisions of this Agreement shall be self-operative, Client acknowledges and agrees to execute and deliver to Company any and all other instrument(s) as Company or Successor Company or such other person or entity shall from time to time request in order to give legal effect to this provision.
26. AMENDMENT. No amendment hereof or supplement or other modification hereto of any term or provision or breach hereof, shall be valid or effective against Company unless such amendment, supplement, or other modification is in writing and is signed by Company.
27. SEVERABILITY. If any term or provision of this Agreement is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal or otherwise unenforceable, the unenforceable provision shall not affect the otherwise valid terms or provisions or the whole of this Agreement. The applicable terms or provisions shall be deemed modified to the extent necessary to render such provision enforceable, and the rights and obligations of the parties will be construed.
28. WAIVERS. No waiver, discharge, or release of any term or provision, default or breach hereof, shall be valid or effective against Company unless waiver, discharge, or release, is in writing, expressly refers hereto, and is signed by Company.
29. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement, together with the attached exhibits, schedules, or riders, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all previous oral or written agreements between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof.
• Any items not listed above
• Out of pocket costs (which will be estimated prior to purchase) including photography, illustrations, messenger services, or any applicable sales or related use tax.
31. APPROVALS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF and in acknowledgment that the parties have read, understood, and agreed to the Services, deliverables, and fees as set forth herein; Company and Client have caused this AGREEMENT to be executed below by their duly authorized representatives as of the Effective Date.
32. TIME OF THE ESSENCE. Time is of the essence respecting Client’s obligations hereunder.
33. APPLICABLE LAW. This Agreement and the interpretation of its terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal and state courts located in Hillsborough County, Florida
34. APPLICABLE LAW. IN WITNESS HEREOF, by execution by the client on the digital or print copy, this master Service Agreement will form a part of the contract.

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By signing a digital or print copy of the Coposts Master Services Agreement, the Account Owner hereby acknowledges they authorized to enter into this contract and that I have read and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of Coposts Terms and Conditions of the Master Services Agreement. This agreement is legally binding and conditions the relationship, including any SOW’s and exhibits, between the Client and Company. If you do not agree to all the terms and conditions of this Agreement or do not have the authority to bind the Client, you may not use Company’s Services.

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