Student Relationship Terms


Thank you for visiting our Virtual Campus, a platform where Students can enrol for courses, attend online lectures and order books and study materials. These Terms are the general terms of the relationship between SACOB and Student. These Terms cover the use of the Virtual Campus. By visiting, signing up on or logging in to the Virtual Campus, each Student accepts and agrees to these Terms. These Terms also cover any transactions (including any transaction carried out electronically using a computer or network, or in person) where SACOB provides to Student who receives Goods or Services.

SACOB reserves the right to change, modify, add to or remove portions of the below or the whole Terms & Conditions from time to time. It is your responsibility to ensure you check the Terms & Conditions during the course of your studies.


Definitions. For purposes of the Agreement:

“Affiliate” means any parent company, subsidiaries, joint ventures, or other companies under a common control;
“Agreement” means the agreement between SACOB and Student, consisting of these Terms and any Orders the parties enter into;
“Content” means any content added to a Website. Content includes photos, images, audio files, text, files, listings, postings, messages, or other materials;
“ECT Act” means the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002;
“Effective Date” means in respect of each Order, the effective date stipulated in each Order, in the absence of which it will be the date the Order is accepted by SACOB;
“Fees” means the fees, charges, or purchase consideration that Student will pay to SACOB in respect of Goods and Services provided by SACOB under Orders;
“Goods” means any goods (including textbooks or study materials) SACOB provides to Student, under Orders;
“Order” means a goods or services order agreed to and signed by both the parties describing the specific Goods or Services to be provided by SACOB to Student;
“Services” means any services SACOB provides to Student as under Orders;
“Service Levels” means the levels according to which SACOB will provide each Service as agreed by the parties;
“Sign” means the handwritten signature or by selecting the T’s & C’s box or advanced electronic signature of the duly authorised representative of a party;
“Signature Date” means the date of signature by the party signing last;
“Student” or “you” means any person who visits, signs up to or logs into the Virtual Campus, or concludes an Order;
“Terms” means these terms, consisting of:

  1. these Student relationship terms; and
  2. any other relevant specific terms, disclaimers, rules and notices agreed between the parties, (including any that may be applicable to a specific section or module of the Virtual Campus or any specific Goods or Services);

“Virtual Campus” means a platform (or hosted application) Students can enrol for courses, log on to the Online Classroom, order books and study materials, including:

  1. all content, goods or services, applications or apps available through the Virtual Campus;
  2. the “Question and Answer Platform”;
  3. all “Online Classrooms”; and
  4. any other marketing material of SACOB;

“SACOB” means South African College of Business [SACOB Education and Training (Pty) Ltd];
“Writing” means any mode of reproducing information or data in physical form and includes hard copy printouts, handwritten documents, fax transmissions, but excludes information or data in electronic form.

Definitions in the Order. Words defined (or assigned a meaning) in the Order will have that meaning in these Terms, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.

Interpretation. A word defined or assigned a meaning in the Agreement will start with a capital letter. All headings are inserted for reference purposes only and must not affect the interpretation of the Agreement. Whenever “including” or “include”, or “excluding” or “exclude”, together with specific examples or items follow a term, they will not limit its ambit. Terms other than those defined within the Agreement will be given their plain English meaning. References to any enactment will be deemed to include references to the enactment as re-enacted, amended, or extended from time to time. A reference to a person includes a natural and juristic person and a reference to either party includes the party’s successors or permitted assigns. Unless otherwise stated in the Agreement, when any number of days is prescribed in the Agreement the first day will be excluded and the last day included. The rule of construction that an agreement must be interpreted against the party responsible for its drafting or preparation does not apply. GMT +2 will be used to calculate any times.

Conflict. If there is a conflict of meaning between these Student relationship terms and any other relevant specific terms, policies, disclaimers, rules and notices agreed between the parties, the specific terms will prevail in respect of your use of the relevant section or module of the Virtual Campus, or Goods or Services.


These Terms commence on acceptance and continue until terminated.

USE OF the Virtual Campus

Policies. SACOB may establish general polices and limits concerning the use of the Virtual Campus. SACOB may log off, deactivate, or delete any Student account.


SACOB may modify, suspend, or discontinue providing the Virtual Campus or any Goods or Services (with or without notice) and will not be liable.


Passwords and Security. Only a registered Student can use the Virtual Campus. Each Student is responsible for keeping their password secure.  Each Student is solely responsible and liable for activities that occur under their account. Student authorises SACOB to act on any instruction given under Student’s account, even if it transpires that someone else has defrauded both SACOB and Student, unless Student has notified SACOB prior to SACOB acting on a fraudulent instruction.

Students. Student accounts registered by bots or other automated methods are not permitted. Each Student must provide their full legal name, a valid email address, and any other information requested in order to complete the registration process. One person may only use each Student’s login – SACOB does not permit multiple people to share a login. If creating an account on behalf of a student, consent needs to be given between all parties involved.

Students are required to create their own student account on SACOB’s website. SACOB can not do it on their behalf. Only once the student has created their own account can SACOB process their enrolment. By not creating your own account when enrolling with SACOB will cause unnecessary delays in the processing of your enrolment and the delivery of your study material. SACOB is not liable for any delays caused by the student not creating their SACOB student account.


Invitation to do business. The marketing of the Goods or Services by SACOB is merely an invitation to do business or for Student to make an offer to procure Goods or Services. The parties only conclude a valid and binding Order when SACOB accepts the offer made by Student.

Fees. Despite SACOB’s best efforts, the stated Fees may be incorrect. SACOB will confirm the Fees for any Goods or Services when SACOB accepts the Student’s offer. Fees include study material as well as free delivery within South Africa.

Third party terms. If a third party supplies or delivers any Goods or Services directly to you, third party terms or conditions may apply. Students are solely responsible to ensure they understand and agree to those terms.

Time and place. The parties conclude any agreement between them at the time when a duly authorised representative of SACOB accepts the relevant offer and at the place where SACOB has its head office. SACOB does not need to communicate the acceptance of the offer to Student.

Orders. The Terms in effect at the time Student makes an offer will govern the Order. Each Order will create a separate agreement. Stock availability. SACOB may not always have the Goods in stock. SACOB will order any material Student requires, however it may increases the time until delivery of the Goods. If out of stock Goods cannot be ordered, then Students may cancel their enrollment or enroll for an alternative course.


Each Student represents and warrants that Student (and any person who places an Order on SACOB):

  1. is old enough under applicable law to enter into the Agreement;
  2. is legally capable of concluding any transaction;
  3. possesses the legal right, full power, and authority to enter into the Agreement;
  4. is authorised to use the password required for any account; and
  5. will submit true, accurate and correct information to SACOB and the Virtual Campus.

If Student is younger than 18 years of age, Student warrants that Student has the consent of its legal guardian to enter into the Agreement or that Student has obtained legal status in another manner.


Sale. SACOB sells to Student who purchases the Goods on the terms of the Agreement.

Shipping and packing. All fees include couriering of study material within South Africa; delivery of study material outside South Africa will incur additional costs of which the student is liable.
Should the delivery be returned to SACOB the student is liable for the costs of resending the study material or item.

Delivery will take place at the physical address provided by the student, if the address is incorrect or there is no one available to sign for the package the student will be liable for any additional costs incurred to resend or redirect. Delivery takes place Monday to Friday between 9am – 5pm.

Time until dispatch. Once SACOB receives an offer, SACOB will endeavor to dispatch the Goods as soon as reasonably practicable (which may be longer than 30 calendar days) to the address specified in the offer. SACOB will try to adhere to the estimated delivery dates but accepts no liability for failing to do so. Student may not withdraw any offer due to a delay in delivery.

Study material will be dispatched once the last item is available for dispatch. Early dispatch of in-stock material can be arrange but might incur additional delivery costs for the student.

Time until dispatch for Debit Order students. Material will be dispatched every three months. Ie. One course every three months. Unless prior arrangements have been made.

Risk and ownership. All risk of loss or damage to the Goods will pass to Student upon physical delivery of the Goods to Student’s delivery address. Ownership in the Goods will only pass to Student upon the payment in full of the Fees. Student has 7 days to query missing, incorrect or defective material sent, after which the student will be liable for the costs to replace or resend.

It is the student’s responsibility to ensure correct material has been received and that all DVD’s / Flash Sticks and physical material is in working condition.

Returns. If the Goods purchased are books or cds, Student cannot return them without reason. If books or cds are broken or faulty on delivery SACOB will replace the broken Goods provided. Study material will only be accepted as a return if it was the incorrect material sent, SACOB does not award refunds on material or exchange any books and does not accept returned books.

USB’s / CD’s / Software. Should your order include a USB, the following terms will apply.

Minimum system requirements. The following minimum system requirements for the software on the USBs are:

  • Windows Vista or later;
  • Internet Explorer 9 or later;
  • Windows XP (and older) and Mac are not supported.

Digital storage device. You agree that we will not be held responsible for the loss or corruption of data on the digital storage device resulting from, but not limited to, viruses transferred to the digital storage device from any device on which you use the digital storage device, deletion of any data on the digital storage device, formatting of the digital storage device, adding any data to the digital storage device, lack of the minimum required hardware and/or software required to access the data on the digital storage device or physical damage to the digital storage device. Should the
device be defective by any means other than those stipulated above, as determined by us using (but not limited to) evidence provided by you, we will take the necessary steps to rectify it. Please ensure you have access to the internet when completing the initial installation.


Courses. Student can register for any course made available through the platform provided they enrol before the start of the course. Registering for a course does not include the registration for any accredited or professional exams. It is the student’s responsibility to have read up on the entry requirements before enrolling for said course or qualification.

Change courses. Student cannot change courses during the term. A Student can cancel a course they are registered for and enrol into a new course within 7 days or enrolling or receiving their study material.

Deferment of Studies. Students are allowed to defer their studies for 6 months however are required to notify SACOB with valid reasons of deferment. If student has already received their material, no further or updated material will be dispatched, if student requires updated / new material it will be at their own cost.

Cancellation of Studies.

Standard Support Package (Home Study)

Students are to submit a cancellation form within 7 days of enrolling;

  1. Students who have not received material within those 7 days are entitled to a refund. A 15% cancellation fee will be levied as well as incur the costs of couriering study material (should need be) back to SACOB. The 15% cancellation fee is calculated on the full course / programme fee, before subsidies and promotions are taken into account. All programme subsidies and promotions falls away and full pricing comes into effect.
  2. Students who have received material within those 7 days are entitled to a 50% refund / credit of fees paid. Material needs to be returned back to SACOB in a resellable condition. Students are liable for all costs of returning the material.

No refunds are awarded after 7 days from enrollment.

Online Classroom Package

Students are to submit a cancellation form within 7 days of enrolling;

  1. Students who have not received material within those 7 days are entitled to a full refund. A 30% cancellation fee will be levied as well as incur the costs of couriering study material (should need be) back to SACOB. The 30% cancellation fee is calculated on the full course / programme fee, before subsidies and promotions are taken into account. All programme subsidies and  promotions falls away and full pricing comes into effect.
  2. Students who have received material within those 7 days are entitled to a 30% refund / credit of fees paid.

No refund on Online Classroom portion of fees if Online Classroom has been accessed in anyway eg. Videos have been watched, quizzes have been attempted etc.

No refunds are awarded after 7 days from enrollment.

SACOB is not able to refund any international / foreign student payments.

Refunds will only be paid to the party who made the payment initially and takes place at the end of the month.

Students who are paying monthly for their studies may under no circumstance withhold payment.

SACOB will notify the guardian or employer of the cancellation of studies in the instances where the guardian / employer has made payment for a student’s studies.

Visa applications. SACOB does not provide students with Visa’s, nor are we able to grant work or study permits. We do endeavor to help all students as best we can by providing relevant documentation for visa applications e.g. Confirmation Letters etc. It is the student’s responsibility to apply / have the necessary papers and visas.

Course Transfers. Students may choose to transfer their courses to an alternative tuition provider (valid reasons to be provided); any course transfers that affect ACCA directly must be done through the ACCA, SACOB cannot grant course transfers.

Should a student wish to transfer from ACCA to another qualification the student will need to confirm that the next institution / professional body credits ACCA courses.

Should a student wish to transfer from a qualification / course to the ACCA qualification and course, SACOB will endeavor to assist the best we can by providing up to date and relevant information and assisting the student when applying for exemptions with the ACCA.


Fees and payment. Student will pay SACOB the Fees. SACOB will invoice the applicable Fees in advance, starting from the Effective Date. SACOB may change the Fees and payment terms upon 30-calendar days prior written notice to Student.

Exam Fees. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure they are registered for their exams by the cut off date and in the right exam sitting.

Students may wish to pay SACOB their exam fees, it is still the student’s responsibility to ensure they have been registered by the relevant cutoff date. Once SACOB has paid over the student’s registration and exam fees it cannot be refunded or used for an alternative date.

The student needs to have created their student account on the Professional Body’s website (eg. CIMA Global, ICB, ACCA etc) and provided SACOB with the login details should they wish for SACOB to pay over their exam fees.

International registration & exam fees are based on the current exchange rate, students will be liable for any difference in fees. Only once the difference has been paid will SACOB make payment on the student’s behalf.

Registration & Exam Fees are subject to change without any prior notice.

Due dates. Fees must be paid promptly on the due date, without any deduction, set off or demand and free of exchange in the currency specified in the Order.

Manner of payment. Student must make payment in the manner specified in the Order.

Late payments. The additional surcharges and penalties specified in the Order will apply to any payment received after the due date to cover collection fees and additional administration costs. Student must pay the surcharges and penalties to SACOB on-demand. SACOB may withhold or remove any Goods or halt the provision of any Services until Student has paid all amounts that are due.

Interest on overdue amounts. Any amount not paid by Student on the due date will bear interest for the benefit of SACOB, from the due date until the date Student pays it. The rate of interest will be either 2% above the published prime overdraft rate from time to time of SACOB’s bankers or 15%, whichever is higher. A letter signed by a general, branch or other bank manager setting out their rate will be proof of the rate. Interest will be payable on a claim for damages from when the damages were suffered.

Appropriation. SACOB may appropriate any payment received from Student towards the satisfaction of any indebtedness of Student to SACOB under the Agreement.

Withhold payment. Student may not withhold payment of any amount due to SACOB for any reason.

Certificate. A certificate, signed by an accountant appointed by SACOB, of the amount due by Student and the date on which it is payable will be conclusive irrefutable proof of the correctness of the certificate’s contents.

Tax. All Fees include VAT (value added tax).

Costs to implement. Unless otherwise stated, the parties will bear their own costs to implement (or perform their obligations under) the Agreement.

Payment profile. Student and any signatory consent and agree that SACOB may provide any registered credit bureau with information about the payment of amounts.


The relationship between any Student and any third party (including delivery of goods or services, and any other associated terms, conditions, warranties or representations) is between the Student and the third party and is independent of SACOB.


Responsibility. Each Student is responsible for its conduct, Website, or Content on the Virtual Campus. Each Student must ensure that its users have the correct permissions to act on the Virtual Campus.

Prohibited conduct. Nothing may be unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, invasive of another’s privacy, or harm minors in any way. Do not harass, stalk, degrade, intimidate, or be hateful toward an individual or group of individuals. No Student may impersonate any person, falsely state, or otherwise misrepresent its affiliation with any person. Nothing may be false, deceptive, misleading, deceitful, or constitute “bait and switch”. Do not infringe any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, or other proprietary rights of any party. Any chain letter, pyramid scheme, or advertisement that is prohibited by law, is prohibited on the Virtual Campus. The advertising and provision of any illegal service or the sale of any goods that are prohibited or restricted by applicable law are prohibited. Malware or badware is prohibited. Do not negatively affect the ability of any other Student to use the Virtual Campus. Do not employ misleading email or IP addresses, or forged headers or otherwise manipulated identifiers in order to disguise the origin of Content transmitted through the Virtual Campus. No Student may impose an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on SACOB’s infrastructure. Do not attempt to gain unauthorised access to the Virtual Campus or engage in any activity that disrupts or diminishes the quality of, interferes with the performance of, or impairs the functionality of the Virtual Campus.


Ownership. Except as provided to the contrary in the Agreement, all right, title, interest, and ownership (including all rights under all copyright, patent, and other intellectual property laws) in, to or of the Virtual Campus are the sole property of or will vest in SACOB or a third party licensor. All moral rights are reserved.

Trademarks. SACOB’s logo and sub-logos, marks, and trade names are the trademarks of SACOB and no person may use them without permission. Any other trademark or trade name that may appear on the Virtual Campus or other marketing material of SACOB is the property of its respective owner.

Restrictions. Except as expressly permitted under the Agreement, the Virtual Campus may not be:

  1. modified, distributed, or used to make derivative works;
  2. rented, leased, loaned, sold or assigned;
  3. decompiled, reverse engineered, or copied; or
  4. reproduced, transferred, or distributed.

Sufficient rights. No Student may provide Content for which it does not have sufficient rights.

Copyright infringement by a Student. Each Student must promptly address any written notice to it that its Content infringes the copyrights or other rights of another person. If a Student does not promptly remove or change the infringing element of the Content specified in the notice, SACOB may remove the Content without any liability to any Student.

Prosecution. All violations of proprietary rights or the Agreement will be prosecuted to the fullest extent permissible under applicable law.


Disclaimer. Use of the Virtual Campus is at the sole responsibility and risk of each Student. the Virtual Campus is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis. Except for the warranties given in the Agreement, SACOB expressly disclaims all representations, warranties, or conditions of any kind, whether express or implied, including:

  1. any implied warranties or conditions of satisfactory quality, no latent defects, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, accuracy, system integration, quiet enjoyment, title, and non-infringement; or
  2. any warranties regards third party software.

SACOB does not warrant that the Virtual Campus will meet the requirements of any Student or be uninterrupted, be legally effective or complete, timely, secure, error-free or free from infection by malicious software. Each Student should keep up-to-date security software on the systems used to access the Virtual Campus.

Exclusion of liability. Despite any warranty given by SACOB, SACOB will not be liable regards any defect arising from:

  1. fair wear and tear, wilful damage, negligence, abnormal working conditions, failure to follow its instructions (whether oral or in writing), misuse, or alteration or repair of the Goods without SACOB’s express prior approval;
  2. attachments, features or devices used on the Goods that are not supplied or approved in writing by SACOB;
  3. the use of any version other than the current version of the correct operating system software.


Each Student agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless SACOB (and its subsidiaries, Affiliates, officers, agents, co-branders or other partners, and employees) from and against any claim, demand, loss, damage, cost, or liability (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising out of or relating to its use of the Virtual Campus.


Correct faults. SACOB will correct any fault in the Virtual Campus where possible and as soon as reasonably practical and this is its entire liability regarding any fault in the Virtual Campus. If this clause is held inapplicable or unenforceable, then the following clause will apply.

Direct damages limited. To the extent permitted by applicable law, regardless of the form (whether in contract, tort, or any other legal theory) in which any legal action may be brought, SACOB’s maximum liability to a Student for direct damages for anything giving rise to any legal action will be an amount equal to the total fees already paid by the Student to SACOB for the Goods or Services related to the claim. The aggregate amounts for all claims will not be greater than the maximum amount.

Indirect damages excluded. To the extent permitted by applicable law, in no event will SACOB (or its personnel) be liable for any indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages or losses (whether foreseeable or unforeseeable) of any kind (including loss of profits, loss of goodwill, damages relating to lost or damaged data or software, loss of use, damages relating to downtime or costs of substitute products) arising from the Agreement.

Other web site, goods, or services. SACOB is not liable for any other web site, goods, or service provided by any third party.


Discontinue the Virtual Campus. The Agreement will automatically terminate if SACOB discontinues the Virtual Campus.

Breach. If a Student:

  1. commits a breach of the Agreement;
  2. repeatedly infringes the copyrights or other rights of others;
  3. fails to pay any amount due and fails to remedy the breach within 2 calendar days of having been called on in writing to do so;
  4. effects or attempts to effect a compromise or composition with its creditors; or
  5. is provisionally or finally liquidated or placed under judicial management;

Student agrees that SACOB may, to the extent permitted by applicable law and without prejudice to its rights in the Agreement or in law, deactivate or delete the Student’s account, terminate access to or use of the Virtual Campus, claim specific performance of the Agreement, or cancel the

Agreement immediately on written notice and claim damages from Student (including, any claim for any Fees already due).

Effects of termination. On the deactivation or deletion of a Student’s account, the Agreement will terminate and access rights will immediately cease to exist. On termination, cancellation or expiry of any Order all amounts due to SACOB for Services rendered or Goods ordered prior to termination will become due and payable even if SACOB has not invoiced them. Student may not withhold the amounts for any reason, unless the arbitrator directs otherwise. The termination, cancellation, or expiry of an Order will not affect the enforceability of the terms that are intended to operate after expiry or termination.


  • Notifying each other. There will be a dispute about or from this Agreement if a party writes to the other about it and asks for it to be resolved under this clause. The parties must refer any dispute to be resolved by:
  • Negotiation (direct talks to try and agree how to end the dispute); failing which
  • Mediation (talks in which a neutral third party tries to help the parties agree how to end the dispute); failing which
  • Arbitration (a hearing after which a neutral third party makes a binding decision about the dispute).

Negotiation. Each party must make sure that their chosen representatives meet within 10 business days of notification, to negotiate and try to end
the dispute by written agreement within 15 more business days.

Mediation. If negotiation fails, the parties must refer the dispute to mediation under AFSA’s rules. Arbitration. If mediation fails, the parties must refer the dispute within 15 business days to arbitration (including any appeal against the arbitrator’s decision) the parties will agree and appoint one arbitrator. The arbitration will be held in English in Cape Town under AFSA’s latest rules for expedited arbitrations.

Agree otherwise in an Order. The parties may agree otherwise in an Order.

Periods. The parties may agree in writing to change the periods for negotiation or mediation.

Urgent interim relief. This clause will not stop a party from applying to court for urgent interim relief (temporary help) while the dispute resolution process is being finalised. An example might be an interdict (type of court order).

Severability. This clause is separate and divisible from the rest of this Agreement and remains effective even if this Agreement ends or is invalid.


Notices. All notices, authorisations, disclosures, acknowledgements, and requests must be sent by hand, prepaid registered post, courier, facsimile, or electronic mail to the addresses and numbers provided on the Virtual Campus. By providing contact information, each party consents to its use for administering the relationship by the other party and other third parties that help a party administer the relationship.

Domicile. Each party chooses its addresses and numbers provided on the Virtual Campus as its domicilium citandi et executandi (its domicile for being served summons and execution levied) for all purposes.

Change of addresses and numbers. Each party may change the addresses and numbers provided on the Virtual Campus. SACOB is to be notified of these changes within 7 days.

Deemed Delivery. Notice will be deemed delivered on the date shown on the by hand, prepaid registered post, courier, facsimile or electronic mail confirmation of delivery.

Notice actually received. If a notice is actually received by a party, adequate notice will have been given.


No party will be responsible for any breach of the Agreement caused by circumstances beyond its control, including any breakdown or failure of power supply, the Internet, any telecommunications systems, or any computer hardware or software.


No Student may delegate its duties under the Agreement or assign its rights under the Agreement, in whole or in part. SACOB may assign the Agreement to any successor or purchaser of its business or some of its assets.


Entire Agreement. The Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties in respect of the subject matter of the Agreement.

Changes. The Agreement may be changed at any time by SACOB and where this affects the rights and obligations of a Student, SACOB will notify the Student of any changes by placing a notice in a prominent place on the Virtual Campus (or by email). If a Student does not agree with the change the Student should stop using the Virtual Campus. If a Student continues to use the Virtual  Campus following notification of a change to the Agreement, the changed terms will apply to the Student.

Fact related to the Virtual Campus. A certificate, signed by an administrator of the Virtual Campus, of any fact related to the Virtual Campus (including the version of the Terms that governs a particular Order or dispute and what content was published or functionality was available on the Virtual Campus at a specific point in time) will be conclusive irrefutable proof of the correctness of the certificate’s contents.

Waiver. No granting of time or forbearance will be, or be deemed to be, a waiver of the Agreement and no waiver of any breach will operate as a waiver of any continuing or subsequent breach.

Severability. If any term is void, unenforceable, or illegal, the term will be severed and the remainder of the Agreement will have full force and effect, provided the severance does not alter the nature of the Agreement.

Governing Law and jurisdiction. The Agreement is governed by and must be interpreted under the laws of the Republic of South Africa and Student agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the South African courts.

Right to reference. Each Student consents to SACOB using its name in any marketing or sales material.

Last Updated: 2024.03 | Version: 11