Terms of Use

We value your use of Bidderjob. Our goal is to disseminate important ideas and broaden people's perspectives on the world.

These Terms of Service (“Terms”) apply to your access to and use of the websites, mobile applications and other online products and services (collectively, the “Services”) provided by A Bidderjob Corporation (“Bidderjob” or “we”). By clicking your consent (e.g. “Continue,” “Sign-in,” or “Sign-up,”) or by using our Services, you agree to these Terms, including the mandatory arbitration provision and class action waiver in the Resolving Disputes; Binding Arbitration Section.

While our Rules specify your obligations when using our Services, our Privacy Policy describes how we gather and utilize your information. You acknowledge that these Terms and our Rules apply to you when you use our services. For details on how we gather, utilize, disclose, and handle information about you in other ways, please refer to our privacy policy.

If you have any questions about these Terms or our Services, please contact us at legal@Bidderjob.com.

Your Account and Responsibilities

You are in charge of how you use the Services and any content you submit, as well as making sure it complies with any relevant laws. Intellectual property rights of others may protect content on the Services. If you don't have permission to copy, upload, download, or share content, please refrain from doing so.

Your use of the Services must comply with our Rules.

To use any or all of our Services, you might have to create an account. Aid us in protecting your account. Keep your account details up to date and secure your password. It is advised that you keep your password confidential.

You affirm that you have the right to accept these Terms and use the Services on behalf of someone else (such as another person or entity). In such event, the terms "you" or "your" in these Terms also refer to the other person or entity.

To use our Services, you must be at least 13 years old.

You undertake to abide by relevant laws if you use the Services to access, gather, or use personal information (hereafter, "Personal Information") regarding other Bidderjob users. Furthermore, you commit to not selling any Personal Information, with the definition of "sell" as defined by applicable legislation.

When you submit Personal Information to us (for example, in your capacity as a newsletter editor), you represent and warrant that the information was legally collected and that you or a third party obtained all necessary consents and notices prior to the collection of the Personal Information. Additionally, you represent and guarantee that Bidderjob won't violate, misappropriate, or infringe upon any third party's rights (including intellectual property or privacy rights) or cause us to break any applicable laws in the course of using such Personal Information for the purposes for which you provided it.

User Content on the Services

In order to ensure that your behavior and material are in line with our rules and these terms, Bidderjob has the right to monitor it and remove any content that does not comply.

Bidderjob maintains the right to remove or disable any content that violates someone else's intellectual property rights, as well as to ban repeat infringers from their accounts. If a notification of alleged copyright infringement complies with the law, we respond to it; kindly report such notices using our Copyright Policy.

Rights and Ownership

You retain your rights to any content you submit, post or display on or through the Services.

A nonexclusive, royalty-free, worldwide, fully paid, and sublicensable license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, publicly perform, and display your content and any name, username, or likeness provided in connection with your content in all media formats and distribution methods now known or later developed on the Services is granted to Bidderjob by you, unless otherwise agreed in writing, when you submit, post, or display content on or through the Services.

Because you are the owner of your content, Bidderjob need this license in order to show it on any of its platforms (web, mobile, etc.) without obtaining your consent.

To publish your work across our Services, you must also have this kind of license. Let's say you upload a narrative to Bidderjob. It is delivered to various locations inside Bidderjob, such the homepage or reading lists, and is replicated as versions on both our website and app. One change could be that we only display a portion of your content in the preview, giving you credit. A list of the best writers or quotations from Bidderjob that include parts of your work with proper attribution would be considered a derivative work. This license is exclusive to our services and does not provide us any rights outside of them.

Bidderjob grants you a limited, personal, non-exclusive, and non-assignable license to access and use our services, provided that you abide by these Terms.

The copyright, trademark, and other domestic and international laws safeguard the Services. These Terms give you no ownership or legal claim over the Services, any content posted by other users on the Services, or any trademarks, logos, or other identifying characteristics of Bidderjob.

We encourage any feedback, including ideas, comments, and recommendations you may have regarding our services, independent of the content you submit, post, or display on our services. We are under no duty to you and may use this feedback for any reason at our own discretion. We might not keep feedback private.

At our sole discretion, we may cease offering the Services or any of its features. We also have the right to impose usage and storage restrictions, as well as to delete or restrict the dissemination of material on the Services.


You’re free to stop using our Services at any time. We reserve the right to suspend or terminate your access to the Services with or without notice.

Transfer and Processing Data

You acknowledge that we may handle, transmit, and retain information about you in the US and other countries, where you might not have the same rights and protections as you do under local law, in order for us to perform our services.

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but I was told by someone..."

A common clause in regulations when you sign up for a website is to essentially state that you acknowledge reading, understanding, and agreeing to all of the rules by signing up.

If you just ask around, there's a HUGE danger that someone will tell you anything that isn't real or correct, and it might cost you things like an AdSense account. Therefore, you should actually study the guidelines yourself. Additionally, there are many instances on the internet (such as with an AdSense account) in which you are not entitled to an apology or a second opportunity.

Just the FAQs

Every bidderJob page has a row of words that are really buttons in the right-hand corner at the top. Menus emerge when you click on them and unroll downward. A little 'help' button sits in the middle of the menu that appears under your user name. Because it directs users to the list of frequently asked questions, this is one of the most beneficial help pages on bidderJob. Along with other frequently asked questions about the website, here is a reader-friendly version of the whole Terms of Service. Clicking on a question will take you to the exact response further down the page. The "questions" are located in the blue boxes that run down the right-hand side of the page, organized into topic groups. It's actually a good idea to read the full page if you haven't already.

The Terms of Use

What is not permitted in bidderJob material or what kind of behavior is forbidden is covered in section four of the bidderJob terms of use. These are only a handful of the points mentioned. You may not create as an Author or bidderJob user.

Really, since every user on the site has legally agreed to abide by these terms (and more), it's important to actually read this entire document.

Be Careful What You Pay For

One thing that is listed in Google's AdSense terms of service that many bidderJob Authors miss:

Websites that display Google advertisements are prohibited from mentioning or linking to information about programs that pay users to click on advertisements or offers, conduct searches, browse the web, or read emails.

Here's where you can read more about Google's AdSense Program Policy. Remember, if it's against the rules to Google, it's also against the rules at bidderJob.

Flagging bidderJob (or if you got Flagged)

"Flagging" a bidderJob is the process by which a site user notifies the bidderJob admin team that they believe a bidderJob's content violates any applicable regulations. The bidderJob author is not able to view the flags. They serve as a simple warning that something could be off to the moderation staff. The moderators will make sure to check into a bidderJob quickly if they receive several flags on it.

Ultimately, the moderators have the last say about whether or not a bidderJob violates a site content policy. If not, the author won't ever know and the bidderJob simply remains "as is". In the event that a genuine issue is discovered, the bidderJob will be removed from publication and the author will get an email informing them of the specifics of the issue with their bidderJob. The text must then be edited or fixed by the author to adhere to the guidelines. At that moment, the bidderJob goes into a queue to be manually authorized before it goes live again, and the author hits the "resubmit for publication" button.

When a bidderJob is reported, the flagger can cross out any issues they believe to be incorrect by selecting from a list of frequent issues that appears when they click the "flag" link. This facilitates an expedited assessment of the bidding job by the admin.

BidderJob used to only ever look at bidderJob if they were reported by other site users, but as of 2013, the entire site is being gradually evaluated by the moderators due to stricter guidelines from Google and other search engines. New guidelines and procedures for publication have also been implemented. Some longtime site users are offended by this since bidderJobs that were "okay" a few years ago are no longer so, but nothing on the Internet is static, and from the site's founding, bidderJob standards have always altered in some manner.