Last updated: March 5, 2021
North Carolina Citizens for Constitutional Rights, LLC (referred to as Company, We, Us, or Our) operates the Website: https://ncc4cr.com (the Website).
These are the Payment Terms and Conditions which govern each use of the support payment services provided through the Website.
By confirming on the Website that You wish to provide financial support of Our mission, litigation, community meetings, events, website, business rescues, and to further Our movement through education and awareness building, You agree to be bound by these Payment Terms and Conditions for that payment.
Support Payment Services
All payments through the Website are to be made via Stripe.
Once You confirm to us through the Website that You wish to proceed with Your payment, Your transaction will be processed via Stripe. By confirming that You wish to proceed with Your payment You authorize Stripe to request funds from Your credit or debit card provider or bank.
Unauthorized Credit Card Use
If You become aware of fraudulent use of Your credit card, or if it is lost or stolen, You must notify Your credit card provider.
Information from You
Before We can process a payment You must provide us with:
- Your name, address, and email address; and
- Details of the credit or debit card that You wish to use to fund the payment.
We will use this information to process Your payment. It is Your responsibility to ensure You have provided us with the correct information.
When You submit Your payment details, these details will be transferred to Our payment provider, Anedot and Your payment data will be collected and processed securely by them. You should make sure that You are aware of Anedot’s terms and conditions, which are different from Our own, to ensure that You are comfortable with how they will process Your personal data before You support Our cause with a payment.
There are no refunds available to You. If You make an error in Your payment, please contact Stripe or your credit card provider.
Changes to Payment Terms and Conditions
We reserve the right to amend these Payment Terms and Conditions at any time.
Governing Law; Arbitration
Any and all claims arising out of or relating to these Payment Terms and Conditions, including class-based claims, shall be governed by the substantive and procedural laws of the State of North Carolina without regard to conflicts principles, or the actual state or country of residence. Any and all claims and disputes arising out of or relating to these Payment Terms and Conditions, including class-based claims, are to be settled by binding arbitration in the State of North Carolina or by electronic means such as GoToMeeting. The arbitration shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of North Carolina and the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §§ 1-16. The arbitration shall be conducted on a confidential basis pursuant to the Carolina Dispute Settlement Services (CDSS) Rules for Arbitration [for information about CDSS, please go to: http://www.notrials.com/arbitration.html]. A copy of the Rules for Arbitration will be provided to the parties in advance of arbitration. The arbitration shall be conducted by an arbitrator provided by CDSS and shall include a written record of the hearing. Under the CDSS Rules for Arbitration, the arbitrator determines how much discovery, if any, is necessary and whether to entertain motions. Likewise, the arbitrator shall determine the extent to which, if any, the Rules of Evidence may apply. A reasonable limit on discovery may effectively cap the amount of time and money devoted to resolving a dispute. Any award as a result of the arbitration shall be in writing, shall provide an explanation for all conclusions of law and fact, and shall include the assessment of costs of arbitration, expenses, and reasonable attorneys’ fees. The award shall be rendered within one (1) week after the conclusion of the arbitration hearing unless the arbitrator determines that the interest of justice requires that such limit be extended. An award of arbitration may be confirmed in a court of competent jurisdiction. The arbitrator’s award shall be final and not subject to review by an appellate court for erroneous findings of fact or conclusions of law.