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Terms and Conditions

Privacy Notice

Effective Date: May 01, 2020

This privacy notice discloses the privacy practices for LIFE TRNDS CBD and our website; https://www.lifetrnds.com/cbd and https://www.lifetrndscbd.com.

This privacy notice applies solely to information collected by this website, except where stated otherwise.

It will notify you of the following:
  • What information we collect;
  • With whom it is shared;
  • How it can be corrected;
  • How it is secured;
  • How policy changes will be communicated; and
  • How to address concerns over misuse of personal data.
Information Collection, Use, and Sharing

We are the sole owners of the information collected on this site. We only have access to/collect information that you voluntarily give us via email or other direct contact from you. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone.

We will use your information to respond to you, regarding the reason you contacted us. We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request, e.g., to ship an order.

Unless you ask us not to, we may contact you via email in the future to tell you about specials, new products or services, or changes to this privacy policy.

Your Access to and Control Over Information

You may opt out of any future contacts from us at any time. You can do the following at any time by contacting us via the email address or phone number provided on our website:

We will use your information to respond to you, regarding the reason you contacted us. We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request, e.g., to ship an order.

Unless you ask us not to, we may contact you via email in the future to tell you about specials, new products or services, or changes to this privacy policy.

  • See what data we have about you, if any.
  • Change/correct any data we have about you.
  • Have us delete any data we have about you.
  • Express any concern you have about our use of your data
Policies, Procedures, Terms, Conditions and Rules

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Definitions
  3. Code of Ethics
  4. Becoming an DBO
  5. Limitations and Responsibilities
  6. Registration
  7. Product Labeling
  8. Product Reports
  9. Orders
  10. Compliance with Applicable Laws, Regulations, and Codes
  11. DBO Relationship
  12. Franchises and Territories
  13. Exporting and Importing
  14. Activity Outside the Region
  15. Fund-Raising
  16. Personal/Business Information Update
  17. Product Sales
  18. Bonus and Commission
  19. Preservation of the Line of ENROLLMENT/ Genealogy (LOS)
  20. Digital & Printed Business Support Materials
  21. Dispute Resolution Procedures
  22. Marks & Copyrighted Works
  23. Sharing
  24. Intellectual Property
  25. Security
  26. Cookies
  27. Link
  28. Surveys and Contests
  29. Legal Rights and Obligations
  30. Privacy of Children
  31. Miscellaneous Provisions
  32. Notifications of Changes
  33. Your Privacy Choices
  1. Introduction

1.1. These Policies, Procedures, Terms, Conditions and Rules (“Policies”) form an important part of the overall contract between LIFE TRNDS INC (“LIFE TRNDS INC”, or “the Company”) and the Digital Business Owner (the “DBO”). They also outline important aspect regarding the nature of the products and overall culture of the Company. They have been carefully developed and have been implemented following notice to DBOs and review of their comments.

1.2. DBOs own and operate their own Independent Businesses (“DBOs”). recognizes the value of the contributions that DBOs who have achieved business goals can make to the development of other DBOs who they enroll and support under these Policies & Procedures. As DBOs develop into established leaders, they play an increasingly important role in mentoring, teaching and training other DBOs about the LIFE TRNDS business. Among other things, the Policies are designed to ensure that all DBOs have the support that they need to continue to develop their DBOs with LIFE TRNDS.

1.3. Under the DBO Contract, DBOs receive substantial benefits, including: the right to enroll others to become DBOs and sell products offered at www.LIFETRNDSCBD.com; the right to qualify for bonuses under LIFE TRNDS CBD DBO Compensation Plan (“Plan”); use of LIFE TRNDS’s CBD intellectual property in accordance with the Policies & Procedures; and a variety of support for DBOs. As part of its commitment to support the opportunity made available to DBOs, LIFE TRNDS invests substantial resources in goodwill, in the Line of Enrollment (“LOS”) and in LOS Information to provide LIFE TRNDS and DBOs with a competitive advantage. All DBOs and LIFE TRNDS share a competitive business interest in maintaining and protecting these assets and interests. The Policies provide important safeguards for DBOs and LIFE TRNDS in this regard, as well as contractual rights and obligations.

1.4. LIFE TRNDS Contact: When the Policies require a DBO to contact LIFE TRNDS for notice, permission or approval, the DBO shall contact LIFE TRNDS Business Conduct and Policies Department by email at support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com.

1.5. Contractual Relationship: LIFE TRNDS has a contract with each DBO that includes all of the terms in the DBO Registration Application form executed by the DBO, the renewal form(s) executed or authorized by the DBO, the Plan and the Policies in effect at the time the DBO executed the DBO Registration Application, and any Entity Agreement for Digital Business Owners (DBOs) (“Entity Agreement”) or modifications to the Plan or Policies that become effective during the term of the contract (the “DBO Contract”). The current version of the Policies & Procedures can be found at www.LIFETRNDSCBD.com. As part of the DBO Contract, DBOs have an obligation to comply with the Policies.

1.6. Policies Incorporated into Agreement: These Policies, in their present form and as amended at the sole discretion of the Company, are incorporated into, and form an integral part of the Company’s Agreement with its DBOs. Throughout these Policies, when the term “Agreement” is used, it collectively refers to the Company’s DBO Application and Agreement, these Policies and Procedures, the Company’s Terms and Conditions, the Company’s general Compensation Plan, and the Company’s Business Entity Registration Form (if applicable). These documents are incorporated by reference into the Company’s DBO Agreement (all in their current form and as amended by the Company from time to time at its sole discretion). It is the responsibility of each DBO to read, understand, adhere to, and ensure that he or she is aware of and operating under the most current version of the Agreement.

1.7. Choice of Law: Except to the extent that the Federal Arbitration Act applies to all applicable policies, the formation, construction, interpretation, and enforceability of the DBO Contract, and all claims arising from or relating to the DBO Contract, shall be governed by Florida law, without giving effect to any choice of law or conflicts of law principles or provisions (whether of the State of Florida or any other jurisdiction) that would cause the application of the laws of any jurisdiction other than the State of Florida. The place where the DBO Contract is made is Florida.

1.8. Severability: If an arbitrator or court of competent jurisdiction determines any portion of these policies is unenforceable in any respect, then it shall enforce the rest of the policies to the fullest extent permitted by law without affecting the enforceability of all remaining policies.

1.9. Waiver: The Company never gives up its rights to insist on compliance with the Agreement and with the applicable laws governing the conduct of a business. No failure of the Company to exercise any right or power under the Agreement or to insist upon strict compliance by an DBO with any obligation or provision of the Agreement, and no custom or practice of the parties at variance with the terms of the Agreement, shall constitute a waiver of the Company’s right to demand exact compliance with the Agreement. Waiver by the Company can be effectuated only in writing by an authorized officer of the respective Company. The Company’s waiver of any particular breach by an DBO shall not affect or impair the Company’s rights with respect to any subsequent breach, nor shall it affect in any way the rights or obligations of any other DBO. No delay or omission by the Company to exercise any right arising from a breach shall affect or impair the Company’s rights as to that or any subsequent breach. The existence of any claim or cause of action of an DBO against the Company shall not constitute a defense to the Company’s enforcement of any term or provision of the Agreement.


  1. Definitions

2.1. LIFE TRNDS CBD DBO Compensation Plan means the business arrangement through which DBOs receive certain income or other compensation as described herein and within related official materials which are incorporated herein by reference.

2.2. Copyrighted Works means works protectable by copyrights that are owned by, created by or licensed to LIFE TRNDS.

2.3. Subscriber/customer means anyone who is an end user of products or services offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD. This may also include someone who is a DBO who has purchased a Subscription and is acting in Subscriber capacity.

2.4. Digital Business Owner (DBO) means a LIFE TRNDS CBD independent business operated by an DBO(s) pursuant to the DBO Contract.

2.5. Digital Business Owner(DBO) means an individual(s) or entity operating an DBO pursuant to the DBO Contract.

2.6. Line of Enrollment/Genealogy (LOS) means the structural arrangement of DBOs established by the contractual relationship that each DBO has with LIFE TRNDS CBD.

2.7. LOS Information includes all information that discloses or relates to all or part of the Line of Enrollment, including but not limited to DBO numbers and other DBO business identification data, DBO personal contact information, DBO business performance information, and all information generated or derived therefrom, in its past, present or future forms.

2.8. Marks mean the trademarks, service marks, trade dress and trade names adopted or used by LIFE TRNDS CBD and/or otherwise the subject of pending or existing trademark rights owned by or licensed to LIFE TRNDS CBD, regardless of whether the trademarks, service marks, trade dress or trade names are the subject of trademark applications or registrations.

2.9. Prospect means a prospective DBO.

2.10. Use means: (a) with reference to Marks, directly or indirectly placing, affixing or displaying one or more Marks on or in connection with goods or services, in a manner that tends to create the impression of an affiliation, connection, or association between LIFE TRNDS and the DBO or Approved Provider; and (b) with reference to Copyrighted Works, to reproduce, distribute and/or display copies of the Copyrighted Works, in whole or in part, including by means of digital audio transmissions, and to create any derivative works.

2.11. Dispute Resolution Board (DRB) means a selected board consisting of compliance officers, board Subscribers, and representatives of the corporation whose purpose will be to investigate and examine disputes pursuant to these policies.

2.12. Product means all products sold on LIFE TRNDS’s portal, all tangible goods offered by and through LIFE TRNDS CBD currently and on an ongoing basis.

2.13. We will provide DBO with access to replicated retail/wholesale sites, replicated opportunity sites, unique back office, commission and sales tracker, marketing support materials, training and additional resource materials. Commissions will be available to DBO’s once they reach the initial $10 accrued commissions. Payment of commissions is contingent upon payment of all Hyperwallet fees. Failure to become current within a given month shall result in freezing (place in “dormant” status) of account until such time as full payment is made. Payment must be made within 30 days after the account has become delinquent (i.e. when the charge first declined). If by then DBO has not become current LIFE TRNDS CBD reserves it right to assert forfeiture of commissions earned. Once full payment has been made any accumulated commissions due will be released during the following applicable pay period.DBO’s must opt-in to this structure and otherwise comply with all requirements and LIFE TRNDS CBD reserves the right to terminate or place into “dormant” status any account for non-compliance.

2.14. Managers/Trainer: means the direct up-line Subscriber who is responsible for initial and ongoing training, quality control and compliance of the newly created down-line Subscriber pursuant to the creation of a shared team.

2.15. Customer Commissions (CC) – Each sale of any product offered by LIFE TRNDS CBD will carry a specific Customer commission value which shall be clearly identified. CC represents a commission value to the digital business owner and is based upon the price of the product offered.

2.16. There are no customer commission requirements per our compensation plan explanation.


  1. Code of Ethics

LIFE TRNDS CBD is a values-based Company that prides itself on the quality and character of its subscribers (hereinafter referred to as “DBO”). The following guidelines help ensure a uniform standard of excellence throughout our organization. Every LIFE TRNDS CBD DBOs are expected to practice the following ethical behavior when acting in the name of the Company:

3.1. I will be courteous, respectful, honest and fair in all my dealings while acting as an DBO and I will perform my business activities in a manner that will enhance my reputation and the positive reputation of the Company.

3.2. I will not make discouraging or disparaging claims toward other LIFE TRNDS CBD DBOs. I will ensure that in all LIFE TRNDS CBD dealings I will refrain from engaging in negative language. I will refrain from making any type of slanderous statements.

3.3. I will not engage in any deceptive or illegal practice.

3.4. I will not make any claim for products, services or business positions of the Company except as contained in official literature of the Company.

3.5. I will accurately, truthfully, and in a non-deceptive / misleading[BC1] way, represent all the bonus/compensation plans available through LIFE TRNDS CBD and the income potential represented therein. I understand I may not use my own income as an indication of others’ potential success, or use compensation checks as marketing materials. I understand that it is impossible to predict DBO incomes. The success of a DBO depends on many variables, such as amount of time and effort committed to his/her business and his/her organizational abilities. I further understand that I may only disclose my LIFE TRNDS CBD income to recruit potential DBO(s) after I have given a copy of the Income Disclosure Statement to the potential DBO(s).

3.6. I understand and agree that I am solely responsible for all financial and/or legal obligations incurred by me in the course of my business as a DBO including self-employment taxes, income taxes, sales taxes, license fees, etc. I understand that I am an independent contractor for all legal purposes and for all federal and state employment and tax purposes.

3.7. I will not engage in any improper cross-recruiting or any other inappropriate, non-LIFE TRNDS CBD related communications as detailed herein this document throughout.


  1. Becoming a DBO /Customer

4.1. Registration Application and Agreement: To become an authorized DBO capable of merchandising products offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD and subscribing other DBOs, an applicant must be (16 years of age with parental consent) 18 years of age, complete and sign the DBO Registration Application and Agreement.

State laws differ on the minimum age to purchase and sell CBD products. Before you become a member, you need to determine if your state allows purchase and sale if you have not reached majority. Before you purchase products containing CBD, you will need to be old enough under your state’s laws, or have a parent make the purchase. If you have specific questions on your state’s laws, please contact our customer service center.

4.2. New DBO Registration by the Internet and Facsimile: A prospective DBO may self-enroll on the subscriber’s website. In such event, instead of a physically signed DBO Agreement, LIFE TRNDS CBD will accept the Agreement by accepting the “electronic signature” stating the new DBO has accepted the terms and conditions of the DBO Agreement. Please note that such electronic signature constitutes a legally binding agreement between the DBO and LIFE TRNDS CBD.

4.3. Acceptance or Rejection of DBO Registration Application and Agreement: LIFE TRNDS reserves the right to accept or reject any DBO Registration Application and Agreement. A registration shall be considered accepted by LIFE TRNDS CBD when it receives a completed online DBO Registration Agreement in accordance with these policies, its contents are verified with LIFE TRNDS’s CBD DBO records database, and the registration does not violate any Policies. Pending receipt of a completed, signed DBO Registration Application and Agreement, LIFE TRNDS CBD may temporarily authorize a DBO to conduct business subject to The Policies of Conduct for up to 90 days.

4.5. Legal Entities as DBOs: DBOs shall be formed initially by and in the name(s) of the individual applicant(s). After receiving an DBO number, an DBO who wishes to operate his/her DBO as a corporation, limited liability company (LLC), formal partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership (LLP) or trust must provide sufficient evidence of a valid, active corporate status (Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Good Standing or any similar documentation from the state or territory of incorporation) within 15 days of enrollment. It shall be the responsibility of the DBO to provide said documentation in a timely fashion and failure to provide this shall entitle to LIFE TRNDS CBD to terminate the DBO in its own discretion. Existing DBOs as of July, 2018 that are operating through a legal entity under an existing Entity Agreement approved by LIFE TRNDS CBD may continue to operate under that agreement, but the DBO and entity must sign the currently applicable Entity Agreement upon request or in the event of a change in ownership or control in the entity.

4.6. Husband and Wife DBOs: If both husband and wife wish to become DBOs, they must register together as a single DBO. Husbands and wives may not enroll each other. If one spouse is already a DBO, the other spouse, upon electing to become a DBO, must join his or her spouse’s DBO. A DBO will be held accountable for the actions of a spouse, whether or not the spouse is a DBO, so far as the Policies & Procedures are concerned.

4.7. Minors as Digital Business Owners: Persons who are at least 16 years of age (“minors”) may become DBOs only for the single purpose of merchandising products offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD. A minor who desires to become an DBO must: (a) obtain a parent’s or guardian’s signature on the DBO Registration Application and Agreement; (b) be enrolled by or added to his or her parent’s or guardian’s DBO if the parent or guardian of the minor is an DBO; and (c) must not be a signatory in any DBO other than a parent’s or guardian’s DBO.

State laws differ on the minimum age to purchase and sell CBD products. Before you become a member, you need to determine if your state allows purchase and sale if you have not reached majority. Before you purchase products containing CBD, you will need to be old enough under your state’s laws, or have a parent make the purchase. If you have specific questions on your state’s laws, please contact our customer service center.

4.8. Term: The DBO Contract shall be an ongoing monthly agreement. Failure to provide payment of monthly business maintenance fee for a period of 30 days, (with the exception of initial registrations) shall result in account being placed in dormant status. DBO must comply with all requirements and LIFE TRNDS reserves the right to terminate or place into “dormant” status any account for non-compliance.

4.9. Multiple applications. If one applicant submits multiple Applications, only the first completed form to be received by LIFE TRNDS CBD will be accepted. LIFE TRNDS CBD reserves the right to resolve such disputes. DBOs may have up to two accounts, one under themselves and another under a Business Entity. Any more than 2 accounts held by the same person will result in termination of the latter account at the discretion of LIFE TRNDS CBD.

4.10. DBO Contract Termination: Termination of DBO Contract: Requests for cancellations and/or refunds must be sent to support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com, whereupon a communication shall be sent to your back office which you must acknowledge by submitting a reply. This must be done for us to properly verify your identity and the authenticity of the request. A DBO may terminate its written contract at any given time. To receive a full or partial refund the following guidelines must be met.

4.11. Death and Inheritance: An DBO can be passed on to a deceased DBO’s spouse, heirs, or other beneficiary. Upon the death of a DBO, the DBO account shall pass by will or interstate succession, as provided by law. LIFE TRNDS CBD will require the successor in interest to sign and be bound by the then current DBO Agreement. The successor shall then be entitled to all the rights and subject to all the obligations, just as any other LIFE TRNDS CBD DBO.

4.11.1 In cases where the DBO is owned jointly, such as a husband and wife or partnership, and one spouse or partner dies, unless they have previously arranged otherwise, LIFE TRNDS CBD will recognize the surviving spouse or partner(s) as the owner(s) of the DBO. The survivor(s) must forward a certified copy of the death certificate in order for LIFE TRNDS CBD to change its records.

4.11.2. In cases where the DBO is operated as an entity under these Policies, and one of the owners of the entity dies, the entity will continue to operate the DBO, provided the entity remains in compliance with these policies and the successor of the deceased owner is an DBO in full compliance with the Policies. The entity shall notify LIFE TRNDS CBD of the change in ownership or control of the entity by submitting the currently applicable Entity Agreement reflecting the proposed changes, and any proposed changes in the ownership or control of the entity require the express approval of LIFE TRNDS CBD in writing.

4.11.3. In cases where a DBO disposes of a DBO in a Will, LIFE TRNDS CBD will recognize the terms of the transfer, provided the beneficiary is an DBO who is in compliance with the Policies.

4.11.4. If there is no qualified DBO in a position to operate an DBO due to probate or other court procedures, LIFE TRNDS CBD will have the option of entering into a servicing agreement with another DBO, preferably up-line in the LOS, to manage the DBO until the proceedings are complete.

4.12 DBO Benefits: Once the above requirements have been met, the benefits of the Compensation Plan and the Agreement are available to the new DBO. These benefits include the right to:

  1. a) Sell the Company’s products and services;
  2. b) Participate in the Company’s Compensation Plan (receive bonuses and commissions, if eligible);
  3. c) Register other individuals as DBOs, thereby building a Marketing Organization;
  4. d) Receive periodic literature and other communications from the Company;
  5. e) Participate in the Company-sponsored support, service, training, motivational and recognition functions, upon payment of appropriate charges, if applicable; and
  6. f) Participate in promotional and incentive contests and programs sponsored by the Company for its DBOs.

4.13 Business Entities: A corporation, limited liability Company (LLC), partnership or trust (collectively referred to in this section as a “Business Entity”) may apply to be a Company DBO by submitting its Certificate of Incorporation, Certificate of Organization, Partnership Agreement, trust documents, FEIN, or other organizational documents requested by the Company (these documents are collectively referred to as the “Entity Documents”) to the Company, along with a properly completed Business Entity Registration Form. When an DBO registers, the Entity Documents, Business Entity Registration Form and a signed W-9 must be submitted to the Company within thirty (30) days of the online registration. (If not received within the thirty (30) day period, the DBO Agreement shall automatically terminate.) The Business Entity Registration Form must be signed by all of the shareholders, Subscribers, partners or trustees of the Business Entity (each a “Subscriber”). Subscribers of the entity are jointly and severally liable for any indebtedness or other obligation to the Company. To prevent the circumvention of any portion of Section 4, if an additional partner, shareholder, Subscriber, or other Business Entity affiliate is added to a Business Entity, the original applicant must remain as a party to the original DBO Application and Agreement. If the original DBO wants to terminate his or her relationship with the Company, he or she must transfer or assign his or her business in accordance with these policies below. If this process is not followed, the business shall be canceled upon the withdrawal of the original DBO. All bonus and commission checks will be sent to the address of record on the original DBO. Please note that the modifications permitted within the scope of this paragraph do not include a change of sponsorship. It shall be the responsibility of the DBO to provide all required documentation and failure to provide this shall entitle to LIFE TRNDS CBD to terminate the DBO in its own discretion The Company may, at its discretion, require notarized documents before implementing any changes to an DBO business. Please allow thirty (30) days after the receipt of the request by the Company for processing.

4.14 Fictitious and assumed names prohibited. A person or entity may not apply as a DBO using a fictitious or assumed name.

4.15. Voluntary Cancellation: A participant in this marketing plan has a right to cancel at any time, regardless of reason. Cancellation must be made by emailing support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com to make the request.

4.16. E-Mail Communications – Unsolicited E-Mail: The Company may periodically send commercial emails to DBOs (e.g. weekly email newsletters or emails with information that applies to the conducting of business). By entering into the AGREEMENT, DBO agrees to receive such emails, and may opt out or un-subscribe at any time by using the unsubscribe link or contact information included in every email. The Company does not permit DBOs to send unsolicited commercial e-mails unless such e-mails strictly comply with applicable laws and regulations including, without limitation, the Federal CAN SPAM Act. Any e-mail sent by an DBO that promotes the Company, the Company’s opportunity, or the Company’s products and services must comply with the following:

  1. a) There must be a functioning return e-mail address to the sender.
  2. b) There must be a notice in the e-mail advising the recipient that he or she may reply to the e-mail, via the functioning return e-mail address, to request that future e-mail solicitations or correspondence not be sent to him or her (a functioning “opt-out” notice).
  3. c) The e-mail must include the DBO’s physical mailing address, (i.e. not a P.O. Box) and may not represent that the e-mail is originating from the Company or that the e-mail is signed by any employee or officer of the Company.
  4. d) The e-mail must clearly and conspicuously disclose that the message is a commercial advertisement or solicitation.
  5. e) The use of deceptive subject lines and/or false header information is prohibited.
  6. f) All opt-out requests, whether received by e-mail or regular mail, must be honored.
  7. g) DBOs shall not make offers or solicitations in the guise of research, surveys or informal communication, when the real intent is to sell products or services or register other DBOs or sell licenses.
  8. h) DBOs shall provide individual consumers/Subscribers/customer- Subscribers (“consumer”) the option to terminate any further communication between the DBO and the consumer and if any consumer requests an DBO cease communication, the DBO shall immediately stop communicating upon such request.
  9. i) DBOs must abide by all laws and regulations regarding electronic communications.
  10. j) DBOs may not distribute content by use of distribution lists or to any person who has not given specific permission to be included in such a process; spamming or distribution of chain letters or junk mail is not permitted.
  11. k) DBOs may not distribute content that (i) is unlawful, harassing, libelous, slanderous, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene or otherwise objectionable, (ii) could give rise to civil liability, (iii) violates any applicable local, state, federal or international law or regulation or (iv) describes the Company or and of its products and services in an inaccurate manner.
  12. l) DBOs may not, directly or indirectly, buy e-mail lists or send unsolicited e-mails to persons with whom he or she or their Associates have no prior or existing personal or business relationship (described more fully herein below). The Company may periodically send commercial e-mails on behalf of DBOs. By entering into the DBO Agreement, DBO agrees that the Company may send such emails and the DBO’s physical and e-mail addresses will be included in such e-mails as outlined above. DBOs shall honor opt-out requests generated as a result of such e-mails sent by the Company.


  1. Limitations of Responsibility

5.1 LIFE TRNDS CBD provides access through its portal to discounted health and wellness products by third parties and third party affiliates (each, a “Supplier”) that LIFE TRNDS CBD does not control. All third party suppliers are separate and distinct from, and not agents/employees of LIFE TRNDS CBD. (a) DBO acknowledges, and understands, and agrees that LIFE TRNDS CBD does not accept any liability for such supplier’s actions or omissions. (b) LIFE TRNDS CBD is not liable or responsible in any respect for breach of contract, any action or inaction, commission or omission whether intentional, negligent or otherwise, on the part of such third party suppliers resulting in any loss, damage, delay or injury. DBO acknowledges, understands all of the following and agrees that DBO will neither make any claim against LIFE TRNDS CBD contrary to any of the following nor will DBO ever make any contrary or inconsistent representation to any person about any of the following.

5.2 LIFE TRNDS CBD assumes no responsibility for issues created from use of said products offered. You agree that LIFE TRNDS CBD is not responsible for any potential risks and hazards associated with the products offered.

  1. Registration

6.1 In order to use this website, a user must first complete the registration form. During registration a user is required to give certain information (such as name and email address). This information is used to contact you about the products/services on our site in which you have expressed interest. At your option, you may also provide demographic information (such as gender or age) about yourself, but it is not required.

  1. Product Labeling

7.1 Product names, descriptions, and labeling may be of U.S. origin or of a third country’s origin which is not your country of residence. Products may not be available in all countries or may be available under a different brand name, in different strengths, or for different indications. Many of the products listed are available only by prescription through your local health care professional. Except as expressly stated and agreed upon in advance by LIFE TRNDS CBD , no director, employee, agent, or representative of LIFE TRNDS CBD , its subsidiaries and affiliates are engaged in rendering medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or other medical services that in any way create a physician-patient relationship through the LIFE TRNDS CBD websites.

  1. Product Reports

8.1 If you contact LIFE TRNDS CBD regarding your experience in using one of our products, we may use the information that you provide in submitting reports to the US Food and Drug Administration and as otherwise required of us by law. We also may use the information to contact the prescribing physician to follow up regarding an unexpected event involving the use of our product.

  1. Orders and Refunds

9.1 We request information from you on our order form. To buy from us, you must provide contact information (like name and shipping address) and financial information (like credit card number, expiration date). This information is used for billing purposes and to fill your orders. If we have trouble processing an order, we'll use this information to contact you. Your credit card will be charged within 24 hours of your purchase.

9.2 Repackaging: Products offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD are to be sold only in their original packages and in their original formulations. DBOs may not repackage products or otherwise change or alter any of the packaging, labels or materials of products offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD.

9.3 Refunds/Returns/Exchanges on products will be given on unopened product only. We offer exchanges for returned items within 30 days of receipt of the product. All commissions paid to the upline will be adjusted accordingly.

Interruption or cancellation requests for refunds for products specifically provided by LIFE TRNDS CBD as a direct vendor shall be granted as follows. All requests for refunds for these specific products must be in writing to LIFE TRNDS and emailed to (support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com). You must be able to provide proof that you emailed your request with date and time sent.

Refund processing time is approximately 14 business days.

9.4 Exceptions to the Refund Policies: Previously paid Financial Distributions may be reversed and future Financial Distributions may be adjusted as a result of product returns or inventory repurchases at the sole discretion of the Company. Any Commissions paid to the DBO and his or her up-line for the product returned by the DBO or subscriber/customer may be debited from the respective up-line DBO’s account or withheld from present or future commission payments. A DBO should not rely on existing downline volume at the close of a commission’s period, as returns may cause changes to his or her title, rank and/or commissions payout.

There are no inventory requirements, product purchase or volume requirements of any kind for any DBO of LIFE TRNDS CBD.


  1. Compliance with Applicable Laws, Regulations, and Codes:

Each DBO shall comply with all laws, regulations, and codes that apply to the operation of DBO’s DBO wherever that business may be conducted. DBOs shall not directly or indirectly encourage, or aid and abet any person to violate any laws, regulations, codes, or any provision of the DBO Contract. No DBO may operate any illegal or unlawful business enterprise, or engage or participate in any deceptive, illegal or unlawful trade practices.

  1. DBO Relationship:

DBOs are independent contractors. DBOs shall not state or imply that they are employees, agents or legal representatives of LIFE TRNDS CBD, its affiliates, and/or other DBOs. DBOs shall not represent or imply, either directly or indirectly, that registration creates an employment relationship between themselves and the DBOs whom they have enrolled or who have enrolled them.

  1. Franchises and Territories:

DBOs shall not represent to anyone that there are franchises or exclusive territories available under the Plan.

  1. Exporting and Importing:

DBOs shall not export or import products or services offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD, or knowingly sell to others who import or export such products or services, to or from the United States or its possessions or territories or any other country, regardless of whether or not LIFE TRNDS CBD or its affiliates have established operations or are doing business in that country. These products are only available for sale inside the United States.

  1. Activity Outside the Region or Activity Outside the Market Where the DBO Is Registered:

DBOs who engage, directly or indirectly, in any activity related to LIFE TRNDS CBD business in a jurisdiction outside of the Region must do so in a manner that complies with the letter and spirit of the applicable laws, regulations, principles, policies and procedures of LIFE TRNDS CBD affiliate in that jurisdiction, regardless of whether they are registered DBOs in that jurisdiction. Failure to do so shall be a breach of the DBO Contract.

  1. Fundraising:

A DBO wishing to use LIFE TRNDS CBD products for fundraising purposes may not enroll the group, organization or charity/ cause directly in the genealogy or have payment be made directly to the entity in order to prevent personal profit by individuals affiliated with the entity in such a way that may constitute conflict of interest. Any revenues generated for the purpose of fundraising will be paid as income to the DBO to then be donated to their group, organization or cause. An DBO may be set up as a dedicated DBO for the purposes of designating any commission or income associated with that position for the particular group, organization or cause. In the event that an DBO uses LIFE TRNDS CBD products or services in conjunction with any type of fund-raising activity LIFE TRNDS CBD shall bear no legal responsibility, liability, tax effect whatsoever and shall not indemnify or protect an DBO in any way for their usage said product or service. LIFE TRNDS CBD advises that you should seek advice from appropriate tax and legal professionals if you have any further concerns. Fund-raising includes the solicitation for the donation of funds or for the purchase of LIFE TRNDS CBD products or services based on the representation that all, or some, of the gains, proceeds, donations, bonuses, or profits generated by such sale will benefit a particular group, organization, or cause.

  1. Personal/Business Information Update:

All DBOs are responsible for communicating any updates or changes to their personal information (e.g., name, address, email address and telephone numbers, etc.) or business information (e.g., business name, address, email address, telephone numbers, addition/deletion of partner, change of business status, etc.) to LIFE TRNDS CBD.

  1. Products Sales:

The Compensation Plan is based solely on the sale of the Company’s products to end consumers (subscribers).

  1. Commission:

There are no qualifications you must meet but you must be registered by another CBD subscriber in order to place an order.

18.1 Payment of Commissions (C.C.): Commissions will be scheduled for processing on or before the 10th of the month following the production. All commissions will be paid out via Hyperwallet, there is no other payment option for commissions. There are zero charges or fees until commission are earned. Once you start earning commissions there will be a 3% business fee on commissions earned to cover the cost of running the business for each DBO. The fee covers their replicated business site, marketing materials, back office reporting tools, Hyperwallet for movement of funds to and from their account. On the first $10 earned their will be a one-time charge of $3.95 for setting up their debit card account (Hyperwallet). After that 3% of commissions earned (a minimum of $1.95 monthly). Example: they earn $1,000 in commissions the 3% business fee is $30.

18.2 DBO Cancellations/Forfeiture of Position and Entitlement to Monies – Should a DBO cancel their position and status as a DBO they forfeit their position as well as any entitlement to monies generated or that inure in any way following the moment of cancellation or forfeiture. All such monies will be rescinded and will remain the property of the company.

18.3 Valid S.S.N. or E.I.N. - All DBO’s must provide either a valid Social Security Number (S.S.N.) or Employer Identification Number (E.I.N.) to receive payments of over $600.00 (Six Hundred Dollars) for any given year. LIFE TRNDS CBD requires this information for purposes of reporting to the I.R.S. as relates to a DBO’s status as an Independent contractor. LIFE TRNDS CBD will not issue payments until such time as this information is provided in writing to them. Failure to provide this information within a reasonable period of time shall result in forfeiture of such monies which will be rescinded and will remain the property of the company.

18.4 Obligation to Provide Current and Accurate Information - It is the DBO/Subscriber-Customer’s responsibility to ensure that all account information is accurate at all times. Failure to do so may result in any or all of the following to occur: 1.) delayed payments; 2.) additional fees or charges being incurred; 3.) bank service charges being incurred; 4.) suspension of benefits; 5.) suspension of benefits and/or payouts; 5.) termination from the company.

18.5 Reports: All information provided by LIFE TRNDS CBD, including but not limited to personal sales volume (or any part thereof)is believed by LIFE TRNDS CBD to be accurate and reliable. Nevertheless, due to various factors including but not limited to human and mechanical errors; the accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of orders, denial of credit card and electronic payments, a DBO whose DBO Agreement is cancelled shall receive commissions only for the last full pay period that DBO worked prior to cancellation (less any amounts withheld during an investigation preceding an involuntary cancellation).


  1. Preservation of the Line of ENROLLMENT/ Genealogy (LOS)

19.1. Confidentiality of the LOS: LIFE TRNDS CBD protects the LOS and LOS Information for the benefit of LIFE TRNDS CBD and of all DBOs. LIFE TRNDS CBD keeps LOS Information proprietary and confidential and treats it as a trade secret. LIFE TRNDS CBD is the exclusive owner of all LOS Information, which is derived, compiled, configured, and maintained through the expenditure of considerable time, effort, and resources by LIFE TRNDS CBD and its DBOs. DBOs can use LIFE TRNDS CBD’s goodwill and LOS Information only for the purposes permitted under the DBO Contract. LIFE TRNDS CBD may disclose limited LOS information only in very limited circumstances and at its discretions and such disclosure does not in any way limit or waive confidentiality or other protections. For example, in assigning DBOs to prospect “orphan” leads (leads organically generated through the site and related materials in which the prospect does not know of or wish to be enrolled under a specific DBO) LIFE TRNDS CBD will by necessity disclose limited contact and identification data.

19.1.1. DBOs acknowledge, and agree not to challenge, that: (i) LOS Information is confidential and a valuable trade secret owned by LIFE TRNDS CBD; (ii) LOS Information is owned exclusively by LIFE TRNDS CBD; and (iii) DBOs do not own any rights in LOS Information. DBOs agree not to challenge or interfere with LIFE TRNDS CBD’s authority to license or sublicense LOS Information. DBOs shall not assert or seek any rights or protection of any kind in LOS Information other than those limited rights or protections that may be specifically granted by these Policies.

19.1.2. A DBO may use LOS Information only with LIFE TRNDS CBD’s prior written permission, which may be expressed through general publication (to all DBOs) or through a specific writing to one or more DBOs. Any permission granted by LIFE TRNDS CBD shall constitute a limited non-exclusive, non-transferable, and revocable license by LIFE TRNDS CBD for a DBO to use LOS Information only as necessary to facilitate his or her DBO as permitted under these Policies. LIFE TRNDS CBD reserves the right to deny or revoke any such license, upon reasonable notice to the DBO stating the reason(s) for such denial or revocation, whenever, in the reasonable opinion of LIFE TRNDS CBD, such is necessary to protect the confidentiality or value of LOS Information.

19.1.3. All DBOs shall maintain LOS Information in strictest confidence, and shall take all reasonable steps and appropriate measures to safeguard LOS Information and maintain the confidentiality thereof. An DBO shall not compile, organize, access, create lists of, or otherwise use or disclose LOS Information except as authorized by LIFE TRNDS CBD. A DBO also shall not disclose LOS Information to any third party, or use LOS Information in connection with any other businesses or to compete, directly or indirectly, with LIFE TRNDS CBD business.

19.1.4. An DBO shall promptly return any and all LOS Information to LIFE TRNDS CBD upon resignation, non-renewal, or termination of DBO’s DBO and shall immediately discontinue any further use thereof.

19.1.5. Every DBO acknowledges that use or disclosure of LOS Information, other than as authorized by LIFE TRNDS CBD, will cause significant and irreparable harm to LIFE TRNDS CBD, warranting an award of injunctive relief, including a temporary restraining order and/or a preliminary injunction, specific performance, and damages including costs, attorneys’ fees, and disgorgement of all profits made as a result of such unauthorized use or disclosure.

19.1.6. An DBO’s obligations under these Policy 6.1 shall survive and remain enforceable following the voluntary or involuntary resignation, nonrenewal, or termination of that DBO’s DBO.

19.2. Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation:

19.2.1. Non-Competition: Every DBO agrees that while DBO’s Contract with LIFE TRNDS CBD is in effect and during the six month period following the resignation, non-renewal, or termination (for any reason) of that DBO, the DBO shall not own, manage, operate, consult for, serve in a Key Position in, or participate as an independent distributor in (a) any other direct sales program using a multilevel or network marketing structure, and (b) any other enterprise that markets, through independent distributors, products or services functionally interchangeable with those offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD.

19.2.2. Non-Solicitation: Every DBO agrees that while DBO’s Contract with LIFE TRNDS CBD is in effect and during the six-month period following the resignation, non-renewal, or termination of him or her, he or she will not, on his or her own behalf or on behalf of any person or entity, directly or indirectly, encourage, solicit, or otherwise attempt to recruit or persuade (i) any DBO or (ii) any person who has been an DBO within the past calendar year, to own, manage, operate, consult for, serve in a Key Position in, or participate as an independent distributor in (a) any other direct sales program using a multilevel or network marketing structure, or (b) any other enterprise that markets, through independent distributors, products or services functionally interchangeable with those offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD.

19.2.3. The time periods in the above Policies shall be extended by any period of time during which the former DBO is in violation of the applicable Policy.

19.2.4. The geographic scope of these Policies is the Region.

19.2.5. Each DBO agrees that these Policies are reasonable in both time and geographic scope.

19.2.6. For purposes of these Policies, “Key Position” means an owner, employee, agent, or independent contractor who contributes to the profitability of his or her new business or who is in a position to receive benefit or competitive advantage from his or her new business by virtue of his or her access to LOS Information.

19.2.7. Nothing in these Policies restricts the sale or distribution of privately developed Business Support Materials in accordance with any other Policy herein.

19.2.8. Nothing in these Policies restricts competition between DBOs (a) in the sale of products or services offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD or DBOs to Customer-Subscribers or (b) in the registration of new DBOs or Customer-Subscribers.

19.2.9. Each DBO acknowledges that these Policies protect the reasonable competitive business interests of LIFE TRNDS CBD and DBOs, and that a violation of any subsection of these Policies will cause significant and irreparable harm to DBOs and LIFE TRNDS CBD, warranting an award of injunctive relief, including a temporary restraining order and/or a preliminary injunction, specific performance, and damages including costs, attorneys’ fees, and disgorgement of all profits made as a result of such violation.

19.2.10. An DBO’s obligations under these Policies shall survive and remain enforceable following the voluntary or involuntary resignation, nonrenewal, or termination of that DBO’s DBO.

19.3. Other Business Activities: Except as provided in the Policy 8, DBOs may engage in other business ventures, including other selling activities, involving products, services, or business opportunities. However, DBOs may not take advantage of their knowledge of their association with other DBOs who they did not personally register or have a “shared team” role with, including their knowledge resulting from or relating to Line of Enrollment Information, in order to promote and expand such other business ventures.

19.3.1. Each DBO agrees not to solicit, directly or indirectly, other DBOs who the DBO did not personally enroll or have a “shared team” role with in order to sell, offer to sell, or promote other products, services, business opportunities, investments, securities, or loans not offered through or by LIFE TRNDS CBD. Each DBO agrees not to sell, offer to sell, or promote any other business opportunities, products, or services in connection with the Plan. Nothing in these Policies restricts the sale or distribution of Business Support Materials in accordance with these Policies.

19.3.2. Nothing in these Policies restricts, for example, a DBO regularly engaged in the operation of a service station, auto dealership, retail establishment, salon, or a professional service (e.g., law, medicine, dentistry, or accounting) from serving customer-Subscribers who are DBOs and who have sought them out. But an DBO shall not actively solicit the patronage of other DBOs based on knowledge or information gained as a result of being an DBO.

19.4. Approval of Certain DBO Contract Changes: The sale of an ownership interest in an DBO, transferring an DBO, merging DBOs, separating or dividing an DBO, or assignment of any rights or obligations under an DBO Contract require express approval of LIFE TRNDS CBD in writing beyond those with whom they have a “shared team” role. None of the foregoing may be used to manipulate the Line of Enrollment. Sale of a position will not change the enroller status.

19.5. Individual Transfers: An “individual transfer” involves the transfer of an DBO without any downline DBOs. Any DBO who wants to change his or her enroller must submit a written request to LIFE TRNDS CBD accompanied by (1) a written release signed by all the DBOs up-line in the Line of Enrollment, (2) a written acceptance from the new DBO enrollee, and (3) a statement indicating the business reason for the transfer request. Upon LIFE TRNDS CBD’s express approval in writing of the request, the written acceptance from the new enrollee confirms that the new enrollee will incur all responsibilities of the transferring DBO.

19.6. Group Transfers: A group transfer involves the transfer of a DBO with one or more downline DBOs.

19.6.1. A DBO who wishes to transfer to a different enroller with one or more downline DBOs may do so only with the express approval of LIFE TRNDS CBD in writing. In addition, a DBO must submit a written request to LIFE TRNDS CBD accompanied by (a) written consent from all DBOs upline in the Line of Enrollment, (b) written consent of all DBOs whom the transferring DBO wishes to transfer with him or her, (c) written consent by the new enrollee to which the requesting DBO wants to be transferred, and (d) a statement indicating the business reason for the transfer request.

19.7. Six-Month Inactivity: An DBO who wishes to transfer to a different enroller, but is unable to obtain the necessary consents may not register under a new enroller until the DBO has terminated his or her DBO Contract or failed to renew and has been inactive for a period of 6 months or longer. Following the lapse of the inactive period, the former DBO may register as a new DBO under a new enroller.

19.7.1. During the period of inactivity, a person shall not conduct any of the activities of a DBO under his or her name, or in the name of another person or DBO.

19.7.1. During the period of inactivity, a person shall not conduct any of the activities of a DBO under his or her name, or in the name of another person or DBO.

19.7.2. The following shall not interrupt the running of the six-month inactivity period: (a) procuring and/or submitting a written request for transfer; (b) filing an application for an informal or formal conciliation; (c) operating an LIFE TRNDS CBD-affiliated business in any other country in which a LIFE TRNDS CBD affiliate conducts business; (d) directing an inquiry to LIFE TRNDS CBD as to the status of his or her DBO; or (e) purchasing LIFE TRNDS CBD products or services as a Customer- Subscriber.

19.7.3. Two-Year Inactivity: An DBO who transfers to a new enroll, or who registers under a different enroller after 6 months of inactivity, may not enroll any DBO who was previously up-line or down-line to him or her unless at least two years have elapsed since the expiration of the enrolled DBO’s contract.

19.7.4. Two-Year Inactivity (Joining an Existing DBO): Former DBOs may not be added to an existing DBO for a period of 24 months following the expiration of their DBO Contract.

19.8. Sale of a DBO: A DBO who owns and operates a DBO may sell the DBO’s ownership interest in such DBO only to another DBO who is in compliance with the Policies, and who has the sufficient skills, experience, judgment and resources to operate the DBO, as reasonably determined by LIFE TRNDS CBD. LIFE TRNDS CBD requires that specific terms of sale be included in any sales agreement. Such terms and a sample sales agreement may be obtained from LIFE TRNDS CBD. A DBO may be sold only with the express written approval of LIFE TRNDS CBD.

19.8.1. In order to preserve the Line of Enrollment, the selling DBO must offer his or her DBO in the order of priority stated below, and the DBO(s) interested in purchasing the DBO must meet all of the terms and conditions set forth in these Policies. The first option, exercisable so long as the first or second options above have not been exercised, belongs to any one of the selling DBO’s personally registered DBOs; The second option, exercisable so long as the first, second, or third options above have not been exercised, belongs to any qualified DBO either up or down the Line of Enrollment from the selling DBO; The final option, exercisable so long as the first, second, third or fourth options above have not been exercised, belongs to any DBO in good standing.

19.8.2. If LIFE TRNDS CBD operates a DBO, and has entered into a servicing agreement with an DBO to manage the DBO, LIFE TRNDS CBD shall have the option of selling the DBO to the servicing DBO.

19.8.3. When a DBO is sold, it will remain in its same position in the Line of Enrollment.

19.9. Mergers and Combinations of DBOs: Mergers of DBOs resulting from failure to file a Renewal Agreement, termination, resignation, death (with no designation of succession by heirs) or some involuntary event or cause beyond the control of any of the owners, are permitted, only with the express approval of LIFE TRNDS CBD in writing.

19.10. Parent-Child Integration: DBOs who are parents and children may integrate their respective DBOs, provided that they submit a written request to LIFE TRNDS CBD and meet the following:

19.10.1. The child(ren) must be personally registered by the parents; or the parents must be personally registered by the child(ren);

19.10.2. The parent’s DBO and the child’s (children’s) DBO must have operated as a separate DBO for not less than 2 years by date of implementation;

19.10.3. The parent and the child(ren) shall be qualified at the level of entry or above as of the implementation date;

19.10.4. In the event that the parent(s) or the child(ren) are deceased or are not mentally or physically capable of running the DBO before conditions herein above have occurred, the child(ren) or parent(s) inheriting the DBO shall have the right to integrate the separate DBOs in accordance with these Policies;

19.10.5. Provided the above conditions will be met no later than the implementation date, LIFE TRNDS CBD shall review such request. LIFE TRNDS CBD may, in its sole discretion, approve the request in light of such recommendation and the goals, objectives, and benefits of the Plan; and

19.10.6. Upon express approval of LIFE TRNDS CBD in writing of the request for integration or de-integration, implementation shall be the next September 1.

19.11. Divorce, Separation, or Other Dissolution of a Non-Spousal Partnership or Legal Entity: DBOs who become involved in an action for divorce, separation of marital property, or the dissolution of a non-spousal partnership or legal entity formed under these policies, must continue to conduct themselves in compliance with the Policies.

19.11.1. During the pendency of a divorce, separation of marital property or dissolution of a non-spousal partnership or legal entity, the DBOs must adopt one of the following methods of operation: (a) the DBOs continue to operate the DBO jointly on a “business-as-usual” basis; (b) one or more DBOs relinquishes his or her right and interest in the DBO; (c) the DBOs may agree on a third party to operate the DBO, subject to express approval of LIFE TRNDS CBD in writing; or (d) if the DBOs cannot agree on a third party, LIFE TRNDS CBD shall appoint a third party to act as a receiver during the pendency of the divorce or dissolution if LIFE TRNDS CBD determines that such an appointment is necessary to prevent a negative impact on the business.

19.11.2. After a Final Decree or Judgment of Divorce, a Final Separation Agreement or other domestic contract that contains a legally enforceable Property Settlement or Division of Assets that addresses their DBO, or after a final dissolution of a non-spousal partnership or legal entity, DBOs may: (a) agree to continue to operate their DBO in the form of a partnership or other legal entity permitted under these Policies; or (b) agree that one DBO may relinquish all rights in the original DBO to the other DBO(s), at which time the withdrawing DBO is free to immediately register under any enroll.

19.11.3. DBOs may not divide their DBO in the case of a divorce, separation of marital property or other dissolution.

19.12. Disposition of a DBO: If an DBO resigns, fails to renew, terminates his or her DBO, dies without transferring the DBO, or is terminated by LIFE TRNDS CBD, LIFE TRNDS CBD shall decide the future of the DBO in accordance with these Policies.

19.13. DBO Compression – DBO’s who fail to renew their monthly renewal fee shall be subject to compression.

19.14. Orphan Leads – An orphan lead is any lead that has come to LIFE TRNDS CBD through sources other than a DBO. These leads may be distributed equally to leaders at the discretion of the company.

19.15 Preservation of Genealogy Position Upon Cancellation or Inactivity – In the event that a qualifying DBO elects to cancel their account or otherwise becomes inactive, the following protocols shall be observed: LIFE TRNDS CBD will hold that position open for that DBO for a period of Sixty (60) days from the date of cancellation or inactivity. DBO may elect to re-enroll within this time-period and shall be placed back into that position.


  1. Digital & Printed Business Support Materials

20.1 Business Support Materials (or “BSM”) as used in these Policies means all products and services (including but not limited to business cards, aids, books, magazines, flip charts, and other printed material, online literature, internet websites, advertising, audio, video or digital media, rallies, meetings, and educational seminars, and other types of materials and services) that are (i) designed to solicit and/or educate Prospects, Customer-Subscribers, or prospective Customer-Subscribers of LIFE TRNDS CBD products or services, or to support, train, motivate, and/or educate DBOs, or (ii incorporate or use one or more of the Marks or Copyrighted Works of LIFE TRNDS CBD, or (iii) are otherwise offered with an explicit or implied sense of affiliation, connection, or association with LIFE TRNDS CBD. Unless otherwise specified in writing, DBOs acknowledge that nothing in these Policies, or in any other Policy, shall be construed or interpreted as a license or other permission to incorporate any LOS Information into any BSM.)

20.2 General Policies on Digital BSM

20.3 DBOs may offer digital BSM only in accordance with these Policies BSM used, promoted, distributed, or offered for sale by or to DBOs must: (a) comply with all quality standards and any applicable Policies relating to their use, promotion, and sale; (b) be submitted to LIFE TRNDS CBD for review prior to use, promotion, distribution or sale; (c) be authorized by LIFE TRNDS CBD; and (d) if required for the category of BSM, bear the authorization number provided by LIFE TRNDS CBD.

20.4 LIFE TRNDS CBD’ Satisfaction Guarantee and Buy-Back Policies do not apply to materials not sold by LIFE TRNDS CBD. BSM may only be sold subject to the right of the purchaser to return such BSM for a refund in accordance with the following:

20.5 DBOs promoting, selling, distributing, or offering BSM for sale must: (a) ensure that such BSM are not sold or offered for sale in conjunction with the DBO’s registration with LIFE TRNDS CBD; (b) provide purchasers of such BSM with any disclosures or other information that may be required by LIFE TRNDS CBD from time to time; (c) clearly inform every DBO purchasing BSM that purchasing BSM is optional, is strictly voluntary, and may be helpful but is not necessary to build a successful independent business; and (d) advise the purchaser about refund policies that apply to such BSM in accordance with these Policies.

20.6 No DBO may record a LIFE TRNDS CBD presentation without the prior specific written consent of LIFE TRNDS CBD. A DBO may make a single recording of the talks or presentations made by non-LIFE TRNDS CBD employees at any LIFE TRNDS CBD-enrolled meeting, provided the recording is for their personal use and is not reproduced for any purpose.

20.7 Although the specific content of live seminars, events, business meetings, or other similar BSM must comply with LIFE TRNDS CBD’s quality standards such BSM do not require prior authorization from LIFE TRNDS CBD unless or until the content is reduced to a fixed media (such as in print, audio, or video) for use with DBOs or Prospects.

20.8 An DBO who purchases, promotes, distributes, or offers BSM for sale shall use reasonable efforts to determine that the quantity and cost of BSM are reasonably related to sales volume and profits of the purchaser’s DBO.

20.9 DBOs who promote or distribute BSM to other DBOs may not compensate or remunerate other DBOs in connection with such distribution except in accordance with these Policies.

20.10 DBOs may organize seminars, events, or business meetings for DBOs consistent with their training obligations as enrollees.

20.11 DBOs selling, promoting, or distributing BSM apart from these Policies must obtain appropriate written authorization from LIFE TRNDS CBD in accordance with these Policies in order to Use any Marks or otherwise use any copyrighted material or other intellectual property of LIFE TRNDS CBD in connection with such BSM.

20.12 DBOs who are authorized by an Approved Provider to sell, promote, or distribute an Approved Provider’s BSM in accordance with these Policies require no further written authorization from LIFE TRNDS CBD to conduct such activity

20.13 Price changes. All LIFE TRNDS CBD product and literature prices and schedules are subject to change without notice.


  1. Dispute Resolution Procedures

21.1. Disciplinary Sanctions: Violation of the Agreement or violation of any common law duty, including but not limited to any applicable duty of loyalty, any illegal, fraudulent, deceptive or unethical business conduct, or any act or omission by an DBO that, in the sole discretion of the Company may damage its Reputation or goodwill (such act or omission need not be related to the DBO’s LOS), may result, at the Company’s discretion, in one or more of the following corrective measures:

  1. a) Issuance of a written warning or admonition;
  2. b) Requiring the DBO to take immediate corrective measures;
  3. c) Imposition of a fine, which may be withheld from bonus and commissions;
  4. d) Loss of rights to one or more bonus and commissions;
  5. e) The Company may withhold from a DBO all or part of the DBO’s bonuses and commissions during the period that the Company is investigating any conduct allegedly violating the Agreement. If a DBO’s business is canceled for disciplinary reasons, the DBO will not be entitled to recover any commissions withheld during the investigation period;
  6. f) Suspension of the individual’s DBO Agreement for one or more pay periods;
  7. g) Probationary period during which time any further infractions of the Agreement will result in termination of the DBO’s business. During probation, a DBO may continue to represent the Company and build his or her Marketing Organization, can receive commissions, but will not be paid bonuses or be eligible for promotions to higher levels;
  8. h) Termination of the offender’s DBO Agreement. Upon written notice to terminate in the event DBO breaches the Agreement, DBO shall (i) lose all rights to purchase products and/or services from Company, (ii) cease from representing himself or herself as an DBO, (iii) lose all rights to DBO’s participation and position in the Compensation Plan, including all future commissions and earnings resulting from and (iv) take all other actions reasonably required by Company, including the discontinuance of Company’s names, marks and other intellectual property.
  9. i) Transfer of a portion or all of the DBO’s Marketing Organization or downline;
  10. j) Any other measure expressly allowed by of the Agreement or which the Company deems practicable to implement and appropriate to equitably resolve injuries caused partially or exclusively by the DBO’s policy violation or contractual breach; or
  11. k) In situations deemed appropriate by the Company, the Company may institute legal proceedings for monetary and/or equitable relief exclusive of the procedures outlined herein.
  12. l) Company reserves the right to accept or deny any application or terminate anyone for any reason such as past or current felony convictions, acts of moral turpitude or other actions which, at the sole discretion of Company, would harm the Reputation of Company and or the other DBOs.

21.2. Grievances and Complaints: When an DBO has a grievance or complaint with another DBO regarding any practice or conduct in relationship to their respective businesses, the complaining DBO should first report the problem to his or her Sponsor who should review the matter and try to resolve it with the other party’s up-line Sponsor. If the matter involves interpretation or violation of the Company’s Policies, it must be reported in writing to the Compliance Department at the Company (support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com). The Compliance Department will review the facts and attempt to resolve it. If it is not resolved, it will be referred to the Dispute Resolution Board for final review and determination

21.3. Rule Violation - 3 Strike Rule – 1st violation of any of the rules, terms, conditions and/or procedures shall result in a warning (warning may be made either via email, verbally or in other writing); in the event of a 2nd violation LIFE TRNDS CBD, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to rescind a bonus level, and/or commission and/or bonus dollars due. In the event of a 3rd violation LIFE TRNDS CBD, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to immediately terminate the violating party from the company

21.4 In the event of a dispute regarding product, commissions due from product or any other related product issue, disputing party shall provide us with proof of product purchase, evidence that product was fulfilled.

21.3. Amendment Only with LIFE TRNDS CBD Consent: Policy 13 and any subparts may be amended only by LIFE TRNDS CBD, and such amendments shall not be retroactively applied to any dispute known to LIFE TRNDS CBD at the time of amendment.

21.4. Temporary or Preliminary Injunctive Relief: Nothing in these Policies prevents LIFE TRNDS CBD, a DBO, an Approved Provider or any other one of the parties from seeking temporary or preliminary injunctive or other relief from a court of competent jurisdiction, notwithstanding the parties’ obligation to participate in Conciliation or Arbitration under these Policies.

21.5. Confidentiality: The parties, when involved in the dispute resolution process in any manner, will not disclose to any other person not directly involved in the dispute resolution process: (a) the substance of, or basis for, the dispute; (b) the content of any testimony or other information obtained through the dispute resolution process; or (c) the resolution (whether voluntary or not) of any matter that is subject to the dispute resolution process. However, nothing in these Policies shall preclude any one of the parties from, in good faith, investigating a claim or defense, including interviewing witnesses and otherwise engaging in discovery.

21.6. Conciliation: The Conciliation procedures are designed to resolve disputes efficiently in a non-confrontational setting, through education, mediation, and conciliation. The Conciliation requirement is reciprocal and applies to all Parties. The party first seeking resolution shall commence Conciliation by providing a Request for Conciliation form to the other affected parties and, in any Dispute, LIFE TRNDS CBD Business Conduct and Policies Department.

21.7. Dispute Resolution Board: The purpose of the Dispute Resolution Board (“DRB”) is to: (1) review appeals of disciplinary sanctions; and (2) review matters between the Company’s DBOs. After the response or settlement instituted by the Compliance Department has been denied or otherwise remains unresolved, upon written request, the DRB reviews evidence, deliberates, and responds to current outstanding issues on a collective basis. An DBO may submit a written appeal within fifteen (15) business days from the date of: (1) the written notice by the Company of disciplinary action; or (2) the written decision of Compliance Department, as applicable, regarding disputes between DBOs. All communication with the Company and the DBO seeking resolution of a dispute must be in writing and sent via U.S. Mail or hand-delivered. It is within the DRB’s discretion whether a claim is accepted for review. If the DRB agrees to review the matter, it shall schedule a hearing within ten (10) business days of receipt of the DBO’s written request. All evidence (e.g., documents, exhibits, etc.) that an DBO desires to have considered by the DRB must be submitted to the Company with the written request for a review with the DRB. The DRB will review and reconsider the sanction, consider any other appropriate action, and notify the DBO in writing of its decision. The decision of the DRB will be final and subject to no further review, except as provided in Sections herein below. During the pendency of the claim before the DRB, the DBO waives his or her right to pursue arbitration or any other remedy. The DRB will be made up of a minimum of three mid-to-senior level management of the Company. All Subscribers will be selected by Company.

21.8. Mediation: Prior to instituting any arbitration as provided in Sections herein, the parties shall meet in good faith and attempt to resolve any dispute arising from or relating to the Agreement through non-binding mediation. One individual who is mutually acceptable to the parties shall be appointed as mediator. The mediator’s fees and costs, as well as the costs of holding and conducting the mediation, shall be divided equally between the parties. Each party shall pay its portion of the anticipated fees and costs at least ten (10) days in advance of the mediation. Each party shall pay its own attorney fees, costs, and individual expenses associated with conducting and attending the mediation. Mediation shall be held in Leon County, Florida and shall last no more than two business days.

21.8.1. In cases where an Approved Provider is a party, the dispute will be mediated by an independent neutral mediator acceptable to all Parties, unless all of the parties involved in the dispute stipulate to informal conciliation. LIFE TRNDS CBD can provide a list of possible mediators, but the parties are not obligated to agree to any mediator on that list.

21.8.2. In all instances where the parties cannot agree on a mediator within ten business days of receiving the Request for Conciliation form, they authorize LIFE TRNDS CBD to request the American Arbitration Association (AAA) to select a mediator.

21.8.3. The mediation proceeding is confidential and not open to the public; but any participant may be accompanied by an attorney or another personal representative, such as an up-line DBO or a friend or family Subscriber, as long as the representative agrees to respect the confidentiality of the process.

21.8.4. All parties who receive notice of the mediation are required to participate. The parties are strongly encouraged to attend the mediation in person, but are not required to do so. Should the parties choose to attend in person, they are responsible for their own expenses. Failure by LIFE TRNDS or any disputing DBO to participate in good faith is a breach of the DBO Contract, and the breaching party shall reimburse the other parties for any expense directly caused by the breach, as determined by the mediator.

21.9. Arbitration: If mediation is unsuccessful, any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to the Agreement, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association under its Commercial Arbitration Rules, and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. DBOs waive all rights to trial by jury or by any court. All arbitration proceedings shall be held in Leon County, Florida, unless the laws of the state in which a DBO resides expressly require the application of its laws.

21.9.1. The arbitration award shall be final and binding and judgment thereon may be entered by any court of competent jurisdiction. The parties acknowledge that the DBO Contract and each of its parts evidence a transaction involving interstate commerce, and the Federal Arbitration Act shall apply in all cases and govern the interpretation and enforcement of the arbitration Policies and arbitration proceedings.

21.9.2. Class Action Waiver: The parties mutually waive any right to assert any dispute as a class, collective or representative claim or action, or to participate in any dispute asserted as such.

21.9.3. No Class Arbitration: The parties agree that, if the Class Action Waiver is found to be void or unenforceable for any reason, any motion to have the dispute certified as a class action, and any ensuing class action should it be certified, must be heard and disposed of only by a court, and not by an arbitrator; class action claims cannot be submitted to arbitration under these Policies under any circumstances.

21.9.4. Commencement of Arbitration: The complaining party may file a demand for arbitration with the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). The arbitration will be commenced and conducted in accordance with the AAA fee schedules and commercial arbitration Policies and these policies. If there is any conflict between the AAA arbitration Policies and these Policies, these Policies shall apply.

21.9.5. Limitations: Demand for arbitration shall be made within two years after the claim arose, but in no event after the date when the initiation of legal proceedings would have been barred by the applicable statute of limitations. The two-year period or any shorter statutory limitations period shall be tolled during the Conciliation process described in these Policies, provided that Conciliation shall not revive any limitations period that has expired before the time a party invokes these Policies.

21.9.6. Single Arbitrator: Unless all parties to the arbitration agree otherwise, a single arbitrator shall be chosen, and Arbitrator candidates must have at least five years’ experience as a state or federal judge or as a full-time ADR professional, including substantial experience in commercial arbitration.

21.9.7. Arbitrability Issues to Be Decided by Arbitrator: The Arbitrator, and not any federal, state, or local court or agency, shall have exclusive authority to resolve any dispute relating to the interpretation, applicability, enforceability or formation of this Agreement including, but not limited to any claim that all or any part of this Agreement is void or voidable.

21.9.8. Award: The arbitrator’s award shall be limited to deciding the rights and responsibilities of the parties in the specific dispute being arbitrated. The arbitrator’s award shall have no collateral estoppel effect in any other proceeding. The arbitrator shall not provide a statement of reasons for his or her award unless requested to do so by a party.

21.9.9. Consolidation: Similar claims involving multiple parties may be consolidated before a single arbitrator if all parties agree. The arbitrator will decide any disputed consolidation issues.

21.10. Discovery: Notwithstanding any discovery provisions in the AAA commercial arbitration policies incorporated herein above, no discovery shall occur in an arbitration under these Policies unless and until specifically authorized by the arbitrator. The arbitrator shall decide the amount, scope and timing of discovery as appropriate in each case. In addition, before requiring any discovery, the parties involved in the arbitration shall agree on an appropriate confidentiality order that is consistent with the DBO Contract. If they fail to agree, the arbitrator shall impose appropriate confidentiality requirements on the parties and witnesses.

21.11. Governing Law, Jurisdiction and Venue: Jurisdiction and venue of any matter not subject to arbitration shall reside exclusively in Leon County, State of Florida. The Federal Arbitration Act shall govern all matters relating to arbitration. The law of the State of Florida shall govern all other matters relating to or arising from the Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, and the arbitration provision, residents of the State of Louisiana shall be entitled to bring an action against the Company in their home forum and pursuant to Louisiana law.


  1. Marks & Copyrighted Works

22.1. LIFE TRNDS’s CBD Marks and Copyrighted Works are important and valuable business assets of LIFE TRNDS CBD. The Marks help identify the source and reputation of LIFE TRNDS’s CBD products and services worldwide and distinguish them from those of competitors. LIFE TRNDS CBD makes commercially reasonable efforts to protect the Marks from improper use, including through Policies, accreditation of Approved Providers, and a corporate identity program that requires the correct and consistent use of the Marks, both in appearance and substance.

22.2. Use of Marks and Copyrighted Works: An DBO may use LIFE TRNDS’s CBD Marks [BC12] and Copyrighted Works only with LIFE TRNDS’s prior written permission, which may be expressed through general publication (to all DBOs) or through a specific writing to one or more DBOs. Without limitation, LIFE TRNDS CBD may require conformity with specifications, may require that materials that Use LIFE TRNDS’s CBD Marks and/or Copyrighted Works be sourced from LIFE TRNDS CBD or a LIFE TRNDS-approved supplier, and may otherwise condition use of its Marks and Copyrighted Works. Any permission granted by LIFE TRNDS shall constitute a limited, non-exclusive, nontransferable and revocable license to use such Marks and Copyrighted Works solely in connection with LIFE TRNDS CBD business in the Region. Subject to conditions and specifications published or specifically provided in writing from time to time, the Marks and Copyrighted Works may be used only on: (a) exterior and interior office signs; (b) all forms of vehicle signs; (c) telephone listings; (d) promotional literature; (e) stationary; (f) premiums; and (g) business cards. Other proposed Uses will be considered upon request. Without limitation, LIFE TRNDS CBD will not authorize an DBO to use the Marks on imprinted checks.

22.3 No corporate materials may not be altered, reproduced, or misrepresented in any way, including but not limited to the images and content without express prior written approval from corporate. All submissions shall be made to corporate at support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com and shall have in the subject line: “Submission for Corporate Approval

22.4 Alteration of VIP Cards Prohibited -VIP cards may not be altered, reproduced, or misrepresented in any way, including but not limited to the images and content without express prior written approval from corporate. All submissions shall be made to corporate at support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com and shall have in the subject line: “Submission for Corporate Approval.”


  1. Sharing

23.1 We may share aggregated demographic information with our partners and advertisers. This is not linked to any personal information that can identify any individual person.

23.2 We may use an outside shipping company to ship orders, and a credit card processing company to bill users for goods and services. These companies do not retain, share, store or use personally identifiable information for any secondary purposes beyond filling your order.

23.3 We may partner with another party to provide specific services. When the user signs up for these services, we will share names, or other contact information that is necessary for the third party to provide these services. These parties are not allowed to use personally identifiable information except for the purpose of providing these services.

23.4 Each person assumes full responsibility and all risks arising from use of the LIFE TRNDS CBD websites. The information is presented “AS IS” and may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. LIFE TRNDS CBD reserves the right to make additions, deletions, or modifications to the information contained on the LIFE TRNDS CBD websites at any time without any prior notification.


23.6 The LIFE TRNDS CBD websites may contain forward-looking statements that reflect LIFE TRNDS CBD current expectation regarding future events and business development. The forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties. Actual developments or results could differ materially from those projected and depend on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the success of current research programs, results of pending or future clinical trials, ongoing commercialization of its products, regulatory approvals of pharmaceuticals, validity and enforcement of its patents, the stability of its commercial relationships, and the general economic conditions. LIFE TRNDS CBD intends to update the LIFE TRNDS CBD websites on a regular basis but assumes no obligation to update any of the content.


  1. Intellectual Property

24.1 The information, documents, and related graphics published in the LIFE TRNDS CBD websites (the “Information”) are the sole property of LIFE TRNDS CBD , except for information provided by third-party providers under contract to LIFE TRNDS CBD . Permission to use the Information is granted, provided that (1) the above copyright notice appears on all copies; (2) use of the Information is for informational and non-commercial or personal use only; (3) the Information is not modified in any way; and (4) no graphics available from this LIFE TRNDS CBD website are used separate from accompanying text. LIFE TRNDS CBD is not responsible for content provided by third-party providers, and you are prohibited from distribution of such material without permission of the owner of the copyright therein. Except as permitted above, no license or right, express or implied, is granted to any person under any patent, trademark or other proprietary right of LIFE TRNDS CBD . No use of any LIFE TRNDS CBD trademark, trade names, trade dress, and products in the LIFE TRNDS CBD websites may be made without the prior written authorization of LIFE TRNDS CBD, except to identify the product or services of the company.

  1. Security

25.1 We take precautions to protect your information. When you submit sensitive information via the website, your information is protected both online and offline.

25.2 Wherever we collect sensitive information (such as credit card data), that information is encrypted and transmitted to us in a secure way. You can verify this by looking for a closed lock icon at the bottom of your web browser or looking for "https" at the beginning of the address of the web page.

25.3 While we use encryption to protect sensitive information transmitted online, we also protect your information offline. Only employees who need the information to perform a specific job (e.g. billing or customer service) are granted access to personally identifiable information. The computers/servers on which we store personally identifiable information are kept in a secure environment.

  1. Cookies

26.1 We use "cookies" on this site. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a site visitor's hard drive to help us improve your access to our site and identify repeat visitors to our site. For instance, when we use a cookie to identify you, you would not have to log in a password more than once, thereby saving time while on our site. Cookies can also enable us to track and target the interests of our users to enhance their experience on our site. Usage of a cookie is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information on our site.

26.2 Some of our business partners may use cookies on our site (e.g.,advertisers). However, we have no access to or control over these coo

  1. Links

27.1 This web site contains links to other sites. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of any other site that collects personally identifiable information.

  1. Surveys & Contests

28.1 From time-to-time our site requests information via surveys or contests. Participation in these surveys or contests is completely voluntary and you may choose whether or not to participate and therefore disclose this information. Information requested may include contact information (such as name and shipping address), and demographic information (such as zip code, age level). Contact information will be used to notify the winners and award prizes. Survey information will be used for purposes of monitoring or improving the use and satisfaction of this site.

  1. Legal Rights and Obligations

29.1 In certain limited circumstances, LIFE TRNDS CBD may need to disclose your Personal Information in order to comply with a legal obligation or demand, such as to comply with reporting obligations to our governing regulatory authorities regarding the safety of our pharmaceutical products, or in connection with the sale or transfer of one of our product lines or divisions, which includes the services provided through one or more of the LIFE TRNDS CBD Sites. In such instances, we will take measures to protect your Personal Information to the extent possible. We also reserve the right to use Personal Information to investigate and prosecute users who violate our rules or who engage in behavior that is illegal or harmful to others or to others’ property.

  1. Privacy Of Children

30.1 LIFE TRNDS CBD does not knowingly collect or use any personal information directly from children (we define “children” as minors younger than 16 on LIFE TRNDS CBD Sites. We do not knowingly allow children to order our products, to communicate with us, or to use any of our online services. If you are a parent and become aware that your child has provided us with information, please contact us using one of the methods specified below, and we will work with you to address this issue. We allow young adults, 16 years or older, to order products so that they may sell to people 18 years or older. States and local municipalities have set their own rules so you should check your city and state laws before buying any CBD products.

  1. Miscellaneous Provisions

31.1 The Agreement may be signed via electronic signature or transmitted by fax or scanned and emailed and, if so, is intended by DBO to and will be treated as an original document with original signatures and considered to have the same binding effect as an original document with original signatures.

31.2 The Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between DBO and LIFE TRNDS CBD, supersedes all prior agreements and no other promises, Representations, guarantees or agreements of any kind shall be valid unless in writing and signed by both parties.

31.3 DBO hereby represents and warrants to Company that DBO’s execution and performance of the Agreement does not and will not violate the legal or contractual rights of any third party, DBO has the power and authority to execute, deliver and perform the Agreement and all information and materials submitted to Company are true and correct, including but not limited to DBO’s Social Security Number and/or Federal Employee Identification Number.

31.4 DBO further acknowledges and agrees that DBO is not guaranteed any income, profits or success by virtue of DBO’s position with Company, and DBO hereby certifies that no such Representations or warranties have been made to DBO.

  1. Notification of Changes

32.1 Whenever material changes are made to the privacy notice, notifications are sent out to all those individuals where we have an email address on record.

  1. Your Privacy Choices

33.1 You may contact us at any time if you have questions about these Terms or the Personal Information we collect about you. You can also optout or unsubscribe from any of our programs or services.

33.2 Please contact us by clicking on the “Support” link, or by emailing us at support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com. Alternatively, you may send a letter to the following address:

LIFE TRNDS CBD Inc Customer Service
Attn: Terms CBD
3750 Grove Park Dr
Talahassee, Fl 32311

33.3 In all communications to LIFE TRNDS CBD, please include the email address used for registration (if applicable), the Web site address, mobile application, or the specific LIFE TRNDS CBD program to which you provided Personal Information (e.g., www.lifetrnds.com/cbd or www.lifetrndscbd.com), and a detailed explanation of your request. If you would like to delete, amend, or correct your Personal Information and are contacting us by email, please put “Deletion Request” or “Amendment/ Correction Request” in the subject line of the email. We will respond to all reasonable requests in a timely manner and may need to further confirm your identity in order to process certain requests.

If you feel that we are not abiding by these Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy, you should contact us immediately via email at support@lifetrnds.supportsystem.com.