Terms of Service

Web Site Terms and Conditions of Use

Date of last update: April 7, 2017


1. Terms

Terms of Service (Terms of Use)

EZCalculus.com is an online video website that provides both free and paid instructional videos. This website is provided on an "As is" basis"

By accessing this web site, you are agreeing to be bound by these web site Terms and Conditions of Use, all applicable laws and regulations, and agree that you are responsible for compliance with any applicable local laws. If you do not agree with any of these terms, you are prohibited from using or accessing this site.

EZCalculus.com reserves the right to modify sections of this terms of service. We will attempt to notify all users of changes.

The date of the last update to the Terms of Service will be posted at the top of the page. Newer versions of the TOS will replace older versions.

2. Account Information - 

Accounts and content at EZCalculus.com are governed by the following rules.

Eligibility: Users under the age of 13 may not register with EZCalculus.com's services.

Users aged 13 – 17 should seek parent's approval before using this website's or it's services.

  1. Users may not use the website to post or carry out unlawful, threatening, slanderous, illegal or otherwise immoral acts.

  2. Copyright infringement of any sort is not permitted on this website. Videos are property of EZCalculus.com and are not allowed to be reproduced or edited without express written consent.

  3. Account sharing is not allowed. Passing account credentials to a different user violates the terms of this website and can lead to action against your account.

  4. Account Termination: We reserve the right to terminate and deny service indefinitely to a user who misuses the website.

3. Disclaimer

EZCalculus.com makes no warranties explicit or implied about the uptime, availability of this website, or loss of data. Video lessons are meant to prepare students to solve problems on their own. Each person has different abilities and work ethic and we therefore cannot provide any promise on performance.