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Terms of Services

Last Updated: [10/1/2023]

Forensic Payroll Consultants, Inc., herein referred to as "FPC," and its associated subsidiaries and affiliates, furnish information and services on its website (the "Site") subject to the following terms and conditions (the "Terms"). Your access to and/or use of the Site signifies your acknowledgment and acceptance of these Terms.

When utilizing our Site, it is incumbent upon you to refrain from knowingly circumventing, evading, or failing to adhere to all relevant Terms applicable to your usage.


Accessing and using this Site are subject to applicable international, federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Users must refrain from using the Site in any manner that fails to observe these laws or regulations.


The information accessible on this Site, owned by FPC or its licensors, is safeguarded by copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property laws. Users are prohibited from altering, copying, distributing, transmitting, displaying, publishing, selling, licensing, creating derivative works, or using any content or information from this Site for commercial or public purposes, directly or indirectly. Unauthorized use of trademarks, logos, and service marks ("Marks") is also restricted, including usage as "hot links" or meta tags on other pages or sites without the written consent of FPC or the relevant third party. Inquiries about trademarks should be directed to


Users are expressly forbidden from modifying, moving, adding to, deleting, tampering with, manipulating, or disrupting FPC's website or the information it contains. This includes avoiding FPC's technical controls and security measures. Additionally, users must not decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble, or unlawfully use, modify, copy, or reproduce any software, copyrighted or trademarked material, trade secrets, or other proprietary or confidential information found on the Site.

When you use or visit this website, you agree not to access the site in a way that sends more requests to FPC servers than a person can reasonably make in the same amount of time, except for the non-scheduled, non-recurring collection of data with the clear consent of the relevant company or individual. Also, you agree not to collect or gather any personally identifiable information.


While FPC oversees the information on the Site, some of it comes from independent third parties. Despite FPC's efforts to ensure accuracy, there's no guarantee of the accuracy of such information.


This Site may have links allowing you to visit other websites not controlled by FPC. These links are provided for convenience, and FPC doesn't endorse these sites. FPC isn't responsible for any material on other websites linked through this Site, and it doesn't vouch for the quality of any product or service on those sites.


Unauthorized links to the Site and framing of information on the site or any part of it are not allowed by FPC. FPC can disable any unauthorized links or frames. FPC doesn't take responsibility for material on other websites that link to this Site.


Information and documents on this Site are given "as is" without any warranty, be it express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. FPC tries to have accurate and up-to-date information on this Site but doesn't guarantee its accuracy or completeness. FPC can change, improve, or update information on this Site without notice. FPC isn't liable for errors or omissions in the content of this Site. Your use of this Site is at your own risk.


FPC is not responsible for any harm you may experience, including incidental, special, or consequential damages (such as lost profits, business disruption, or loss of information) due to accessing, using, or being unable to use this Site. This includes any security breaches related to transmitting information over the Internet, even if FPC warned about the potential for such damages. FPC is not liable for any claims, damages, or losses arising from you sharing or allowing access to your authentication.


Safeguarding the privacy of our clients and Site users is a priority for FPC. The FPC Website Privacy Statement outlines how we use and protect the information you share with us.


Information sent to and from FPC client Sites is encrypted for user safety. However, ensuring the complete security of information transmitted over the Internet is challenging. FPC is not accountable for any interception or disruption of communications online or for changes to or losses of data. Users are responsible for keeping their password, username, or any other form of user authentication (referred to as "Authentication") confidential. They should not disclose confidential account access details to Unauthorized Third Parties. An "Unauthorized Third Party" refers to any third party or business attempting to access FPC sites or systems using the account credentials of an FPC client or client employee, regardless of their purported consent. This includes automated data gathering programs, data scrapers, data aggregators, and third parties seeking to monetize data obtained from FPC without FPC's express consent. To protect you and your data, FPC may temporarily suspend your use of a client site, pending an investigation, if unauthorized disclosure, use, or a security breach is suspected.


The user understands and agrees that when providing personal information to FPC through the Site, they consent to the transmission of such personal information across international borders. This is done as needed for processing, following FPC's standard business practices and outlined in the FPC Website Privacy Statement.


Access to password-protected and secure sections of the Site is limited to authorized users only. Unauthorized access, including access by Unauthorized Third Parties, is strictly prohibited and may result in criminal prosecution.


These Terms will be governed and interpreted according to the laws of the State of California, USA, and applicable federal laws, without considering conflicts of law principles. The user agrees that any legal proceedings related to this site and its subject matter will be held in the courts of the state of California or the federal district courts in California. These courts will have exclusive jurisdiction for such matters.


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