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In addition, from time to time Ling Skincare. may run promotions designed to attract new Members or increase sales. In connection with these promotions, any person that receives credits, coupons, prizes or other benefits from Ling Skincare. by using multiple user accounts or email addresses, using false names, impersonating others, or through the use of any other fraudulent or misleading conduct, shall forfeit any credits, coupons, prizes or benefits obtained through such means, and may be liable for civil and/or criminal penalties under applicable law.

Referral credit may be redeemed only for the purchase of product on the Site and may not be used for the purchase of gift cards or services. Referral credit is not transferable and may not be combined with referral credits belonging to others. At no time may you purchase, sell or barter any referral credits. Referral credits have no cash value. They are promotional in nature and are issued without any exchange of money or value from you. As such, referral credits do not constitute property and you do not have a vested property right or interest in the referral credits. The status of your referral credits can be found in your Ling Skincare Ltd. account. At our option, referral credits may expire twelve months after the date of issuance. We reserve the right at any time in our discretion, and without prior notice, to discontinue the referral program or to add or change referral program rules, terms or conditions, including changing expiration periods or referral credit values for existing or future referral credits.

Ecommerce takes many forms. It is the sale and purchase of products and services via electronic systems. In some case the product or service may also be delivered via an electronic system, whereas in other cases the product or service will be delivered offline.

In addition to the laws regulating all commercial transactions, ecommerce is subject to special laws. In the UK, perhaps the best known of these are the Ecommerce Regulations and the Distance Selling Regulations. Compliance with these special laws - not to mention the management of risk associated with ecommerce transactions - usually entails the use of written terms and conditions.