Terms & Conditions

    Terms and Conditions for wintro.in

    Welcome to wintro.in!

    Any involvement and engagement to the website and its content will lead to the acceptance of the terms and conditions of the agreement as well as for our policy as stated below.

    The right to alter and modify the agreement rests with the owner. And any such change can be brought into existence without any prior notice. Therefore, you are advised to review the agreement periodically. Any further use of the website after the update of the agreement will result in acknowledgement and agreement to the updated “Terms and conditions”.

    Responsible use and conduct

    For the use of the website, we provide you a non-exclusive and non-transferable license for accessing its various resources. By accessing our content and resources which are not limited to text, picture, Gifs, short animation, graphs and charts you agree and adhere to the user agreement, standard country specific rules and regulations and universally accepted healthy online practices.

    The resources can be used for personal and commercial use only, if it is exempted and permitted under the clauses of the agreement. As per the terms, you will not be allowed to copy, reproduce, modify, alter and to store content partially or completely to create and represent as your own work in order to display, perform and publish for any commercial purpose.

    The exclusive rights of the content and website are owned by the owner and protected by various sections of copyright and other intellectual property law. All unique and intrinsic names and symbols such as trade name, trademark, service mark and logos are under the protection of appropriate and applicable trademark and copyright laws.

    No action is acceptable in the view of reconstruction and display of the content without prior written permission of the owner. The website shall not be used by you in any unlawful activities. All genuine and constructive requests are welcomed on the contacts at the end under the “contact us” section.


    Under the registration process, we ask you to provide true, valid, fair, complete and updated information to the best of your knowledge. And inability to do this will result in immediate restriction on the usage of the website by you. Any biased, false and misinformation by you will result in termination of access.

    The registration process is an important part of using many websites and online services. By requiring users to provide true and accurate information, the website or service can ensure that its users are who they say they are and can be held accountable for their actions. This can help to create a safer and more trustworthy online environment for everyone.

    In order to register for an account on a website or service, you may be asked to provide certain personal information, such as your name, email address, and date of birth. This information is used to create your account and may be used for other purposes, such as verifying your identity or sending you important updates or notifications.

    It is important to note that providing false or misleading information during the registration process can have serious consequences. If a website or service discovers that you have provided false information, they may restrict your access to the site or even terminate your account altogether. In some cases, providing false information could also be illegal.

    To ensure a positive and safe experience on any website or online service, it is important to provide true and accurate information during the registration process. By doing so, you can help to create a trustworthy online community and protect yourself and others from potential harm.

    Limitation of liability

    You are entirely and solely responsible for the activities performed by you with respect to connection, browsing and use of the website. Owner shall not be responsible for any unlawful use of the website done by you. If you think content of the website is not upto desired mark, then constructive criticism and suggestions are welcomed.

    In many cases, website owners and online service providers include a limitation of liability clause in their terms of service or user agreement. This clause is meant to protect the website or service from being held responsible for certain actions or events that may occur while using the site.

    The specific terms of a limitation of liability clause can vary, but in general, it may state that the website or service is not responsible for any damages or losses that you may incur while using the site. This could include things like loss of data, financial losses, or other harm that you may suffer as a result of using the site.

    It is important to note that a limitation of liability clause does not necessarily absolve the website or service of all responsibility. In some cases, the website or service may still be held liable for certain actions or events, such as if they are found to be negligent or if they have engaged in fraudulent or deceptive practices.

    As a user of a website or online service, it is important to be aware of any limitation of liability clauses that may be in place. By understanding the potential risks and limitations of using a site, you can make informed decisions about whether or not to use it and take steps to protect yourself from potential harm.

    Payments, cancellation and refund

    All sorts of purchases on the website are non-refundable under any possible case. We in the capacity of a merchant shall not be responsible for any damage and loss due to the failure of the transaction.

    When making purchases on a website or online service, it is important to understand the terms and conditions that apply to those transactions. In many cases, these terms will include information about payments, cancellations, and refunds.

    For example, a website or service may state that all purchases are non-refundable under any circumstances. This means that if you make a purchase and are not satisfied with the product or service, you may not be able to request a refund or get your money back.

    In some cases, a website or service may offer a limited refund policy, such as allowing refunds for certain types of purchases or within a certain time frame after the purchase was made. It is important to read and understand the terms and conditions for any website or service before making a purchase, so that you know what to expect in terms of cancellations and refunds.

    In addition, a website or service may include a disclaimer stating that they are not responsible for any damages or losses that you may incur as a result of a failed transaction. This means that if a payment fails or is not processed properly, the website or service may not be liable for any resulting harm that you may suffer.

    Website never guarantees the cancellation and exchange of service in any form.

    Additional Legal Terms

    There are many additional legal terms that may be included in the terms of service or user agreement for a website or online service. Some common examples include:
    Indemnification: This term may require you to indemnify (compensate) the website or service for any losses or damages that they may incur as a result of your actions while using the site.
    Intellectual property: This term may state that the website or service owns all of the content and materials on the site, and that you are not allowed to use or reproduce that content without their permission.
    Governing law: This term may specify which laws will apply to your use of the website or service, and which jurisdiction (state or country) will be responsible for resolving any legal disputes.
    Dispute resolution: This term may outline how any legal disputes between you and the website or service will be resolved, such as through arbitration or mediation.
    Termination: This term may state under what circumstances the website or service can terminate your access to the site, and what will happen to your account and any content or data that you have posted.

    These are just a few examples of the many legal terms that may be included in the terms of service or user agreement for a website or online service. It is important to carefully read and understand these terms before using a site, so that you know your rights and responsibilities as a user.

    Disclaimer : If any incorrect or ilegal information found in wintro.in please let us know we will update or remove as soon as possible, Wintro.in do not take any responsibility for correct information.

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