Last updated: March 21, 2023
We’ve updated the Terms and Conditions to use the Comparisonator service.
The updates to our Terms and Conditions discussed below are effective immediately for all first-time users beginning March 21, 2023. The updated Terms and Conditions will go into effect for existing users on April 1, 2023. After that date, you will need to agree to the updated Terms and Conditions to use the Comparisonator Platform.
Capitalized terms not defined on this page have the same meanings given to them in the Terms and Conditions. You can read the full terms in the links below, along with key changes and other important information:
Updates to the Terms and Conditions
We updated the Terms and Conditions to get in line with our obligations under our supplier agreements. We added Article 11.5 to the agreement to comply with U.S. export laws and regulations.
Here are a few common questions that you may have about this process.
I created my Comparisonator account before March 21, 2023. What will happen after April 1, 2023?
After April 1, 2023, all users who registered their Comparisonator account before March 21, 2023 will be asked to review and agree to the updated Terms. You will have to agree to the updated Terms before you can continue to use Comparisonator. If you disagree with the updated Terms, we’ll give you information about your options. If you have any questions or encounter any difficulties during this process, please email [email protected] for assistance. Existing users will not be able to agree to the updated Terms earlier than March 21, 2023.
I created my Comparisonator account on or after March 21, 2023. Which Terms apply to me?
If you registered your Comparisonator account on or after March 21, 2023, you already agreed to the updated Terms of Service. The updated Terms apply to you and there is nothing more you need to do.
Until April 30, 2023, the existing versions of the Terms and Conditions can be found at the Terms and Conditions Archive page.
We hope that you found the above information helpful. We’ve highlighted what we think are the most noteworthy changes, but you should also review the documents in full yourself.