Capitalize Money, Inc. E-Sign Agreement
Last updated: March 9, 2020
Please read this Capitalize Money, Inc. (“Capitalize”) Electronic Signature (“E-SIGN”) Agreement (“Agreement”) carefully. This Agreement applies to all current and future disclosures, agreements, statements, fee schedules, notices and other documents (together, “Communications”) related to the services provided by Capitalize and/or any of its affiliates (the “Services”). For purposes of this Agreement, “affiliates” shall mean any entity or person, directly or indirectly, owned by, or under common ownership control with Capitalize. As used in this Agreement, “you” means the person providing this consent and “us” or “we” or “our” means Capitalize.
By clicking or tapping “Accept and continue” or otherwise acknowledging your consent electronically, you agree to enter into and be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement. In addition, you consent and agree that:
- We can provide all Communications to you electronically including, but not limited to, all disclosures required by law and other information about legal rights and duties
- You have any necessary hardware, software or other technology to receive and review any Communications sent electronically, including Internet access, a valid e-mail address, the hardware and software described in Section 4 below, and a printer or other device to download and save any information you wish to retain
- Your electronic signature (as evidenced by tapping, clicking, typing your name, or other actions) on any Communication has the same effect as if you signed it physically on paper with a pen.
Your consent is effective immediately and will remain in effect until you tell us that you no longer want to receive Communications electronically by sending us notice in the manner described in Section 5.
You agree that the primary method we will use to deliver Communications to you will be to post the information on the Capitalize website (www.hicapitalize.com) or such other secure website or mobile application as we may specify in the future (collectively, the “Application”) and, to the extent required by law, to send you an e-mail notice directing you to the Application. You understand that you will be deemed to have received certain Communications, when they are posted to our publicly available website. We reserve the right to post Communications to the Application without providing notice to you, to send documents to you by e-mail at your electronic address of record or otherwise through the Application. You agree to check the Application regularly, as you may have no other way to know the Communications have been delivered to you.
You agree that electronic delivery of these Communications in any of the ways described in this Agreement will constitute good and effective delivery to you when posted or sent, regardless of whether you actually receive or access the Communications in a timely manner.
3. Electronic Mail
You must keep your e-mail or electronic address current with us. You must notify us immediately of any change in your e-mail or other electronic address. You may change the e-mail address on record for you through the Application or by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until Capitalize has received and had a reasonable time to act on any notice of such a change, Capitalize may continue to send Communications to your previous e-mail address, and any such Communications will be deemed to have been delivered to you.
If any e-mail notification sent to you at your electronic address of record is returned to Capitalize as undeliverable and Capitalize is unable to obtain a valid e-mail address, you will be deemed to have revoked your consent to electronic delivery and will be subject to the terms described in Section 5.
4. Hardware and Software
To view Communications, you will need the following:
- A Current Version (defined below) of an Internet browser we support
- Connection to the Internet
- Current Version of a program that accurately reads and displays PDF files (which may be either a browser that supports native PDF rendering or a program such as Adobe Acrobat Reader)
- A computer or mobile device and an operating system capable of supporting all of the above
By “Current Version” we mean a version of the software currently being supported by its publisher.
5. Withdrawing Consent
You may revoke or suspend your consent to electronic delivery at any time by contacting us at email@example.com. You may also request that we send you paper copies of Communications that the law requires us to provide to you. You agree, however, that if you revoke or suspend your consent or request paper copies of Communications, Capitalize may charge you a reasonable service charge (to the extent permitted by law) for the delivery of paper copies of any Communication that would otherwise be delivered to you electronically. Capitalize may also restrict, revoke or terminate your access to the Services, eliminate product features, or terminate any agreement with you in accordance with the provisions of that agreement.
Any revocation of your consent will take effect on a date determined by Capitalize, which will be communicated to you in writing to the address on record we have for you at that time. You further agree that any revocation or suspension of your consent to this Agreement, your request for paper copies, or our delivery of any paper copies will not imply that the previous electronic delivery or signature of documents pursuant to this Agreement did not constitute good and effective delivery, as applicable, or otherwise revoke your consent to any agreement or any term thereof.
You agree to be bound by any agreement entered into electronically (through clicks, taps , typing your name, or other actions) by any person using your user account information and password. You will not contest the legal effectiveness, validity, enforceability or use of the electronically stored copies of any agreements electronically signed by you electronically based on the fact that the terms were accepted electronically, and you further agree that any such agreements entered into electronically will be deemed to be “in writing” and to have been “signed” by you with the same effect as a manual signature on paper and by pen (and any electronic record of such agreements entered into electronically will be deemed to be “in writing”).