Terms & Conditions / Privacy Policy

Terms and Conditions:


  • This document states the terms and conditions (hereinafter “Terms”) upon which , a company Yt Grow Up Limited  (hereinafter “Company”, “Companies”, “we,” “us” or “our”), you may use our services including through and in relation to the youtubeemarketing.com website (the “Service”).
  • By placing an order on our Service, you automatically accept all of the terms and conditions set out below, regardless of whether you have read them in whole.
  • By using our Service, you automatically agree to use it in accordance with the terms of service of each social network. Tariff rates on youtubeemarketing.com are subject to change without notice. Payment/return policy stays unchanged.
  • The client will no longer be able to exert any rights or enforce any regulations that are not specifically stated in this agreement.
  • Don’t register if you don’t want to be bound by these T&Cs.

Concerning Our Services:

  • The Service includes social media engagement. If you use the Service to buy advertising space (an “Advertiser”), you agree to be bound by the Advertiser’s Supplement, as updated from time to time (together, the “Transaction Supplements”). A breach of any term in any of the Transaction Supplements constitutes a breach of these Terms. These Terms supersede the Transaction Supplements where they contradict.
  • The Services are available online at youtubeemarketing.com. By purchasing any Service, you agree to pay the specified purchase amount, and that you (a) have the authority to make such a purchase, (b)will not use the Services for any fraudulent or unlawful purpose, and (c)have the authority to use or access the social media account associated to the purchase.
  • To use the Service, you must be at least eighteen (18) years old, unless the age of majority in your jurisdiction is higher. By accepting these Terms, you indicate and warrant that you are at least the appropriate age. You represent and warrant that you are not otherwise barred from using the Service.

Deployment of the service:

  • During Deployment of any service fluctuation may occur while during the Campaign but the results will be stable. In case of Dropping, It Will be refilled if you didn’t get your desired services after deployment of services from our end. It is not advised to buy a service from a different dealer/seller at the same time. If you buy the same service from two separate providers, you are responsible for any issues that arise. Returns for warranty, refills and cancellations are denied.
  • Given time of Completion of your selected service may vary from 15-30 days depending on your selected package and Service, because of some order fluctuation but you must not create a dispute, Your results will be stable.
  • We are responsible for our given services such as YouTube Subscribers, Watch time, Views etc but in case of Monetization it mostly depends upon the content and privacy policy of the channel, For this we are not responsible.
  • Campaign of selected service or package may start showing within 48 hours but in case if the status doesn’t start showing it would be adjusted in 72 hours. Sometimes it’s because of the load on Services.
  • To utilize the Service, you must first register an Account. It is your responsibility to ensure that the information you offer us is correct. You must update information when it changes or we request it.
  • By creating an Account on behalf of a corporation or other entity, you represent and warrant that you are authorized to bind that entity to these Terms.
  • You should never use another’s account without permission. You must protect your account’s confidentiality. All activities taken on your account are exclusively yours. You shall promptly notify us of any security breach or unauthorized account usage. In addition to Section 6 of this Agreement, we are not liable for any loss or unauthorized use of your Account. The person who accesses your account will have access to all of your data, including private material, and can buy ads on your behalf.
  • No other marketing initiatives may run concurrently with your youtubeemarketing.com campaign. We utilise public statistics to track our campaign’s progress, which rival efforts may disrupt. If you operate other marketing efforts concurrently with youtubeemarketing.com, you accept that the Company is not responsible for every fan, follower, view, remark, like, visit, and/or vote you get.

Platform rights:

  • The Service reserves the right to decline any Advertiser’s request to advertise his video, channel, or account.
  • The Service has the right to amend or revise these Terms of Service at any time. Our Service’s most current updates supersede all previous agreements and take effect immediately.
  • In our Proprietary Materials, we reserve all rights. All proprietary contents are protected by copyright, trademark, trade secret, and other rights, including local, foreign, and international treaties.
  • Your advertisement may be blocked if it contains any of the following:
    • illegal, unlawful, defamatory, fraudulent, libellous, harmful, harassing, abusive, threatening, invasion of privacy or publicity rights, hateful, racially or ethnically offensive, inflammatory, or otherwise unsuitable material.
    • Your advertisement supports or shows criminal activity, bodily violence or injury to any organisation or individual, or animal cruelty.
    • Your advertisement misrepresents you or your website’s users by impersonating them.
    • Is your advertisement infected with computer viruses? Is your advertisement infected with computer viruses?
    • Your Ad includes or promotes “malware”.
    • Your website or advertisement solicits information, misleads visitors, or compels them to take action (warnings, locking notifications, etc.).
    • Your ad contains or promotes torrents, “warez” or similar material.
    • Your Ad includes or promotes stolen scripts.
    • Your Ad encourages or supports online behaviour that artificially boosts website, advertiser, or other metrics.
    • Your Ad supports the manufacturing of counterfeit documents, materials, or paper mills.
    • Your Ad promotes drugs or drug paraphernalia.
    • Your Property and Ad must comply with all creative standards, including regulations pertaining to the use of audio, javascript exits, and automatically downloaded APKs.
  • The Service cannot and does not guarantee the completion of your marketing campaign. In addition, any time periods specified on the youtubeemarketing.com website or by Company staff are not guarantees of how long the marketing campaign will take to complete. Any estimate supplied by the Company on the length of a marketing campaign is merely a guideline to assist our customers plan ahead.

Liability Exclusions and Restrictions:

  • The Service is not liable for your conduct, including any account or page bans or photo removals, and will not give a refund or compensation.
  • The Service is a reseller/platform provider and is not responsible for third-party merchants or publishers. The Service does not control publications and does not endorse their content.
  • The Service is not liable for the acts of social media (account blocking, decrease in search results, etc.). Each user takes full responsibility.
  • Not all new subscribers will interact with you. The Service can only guarantee paid-for followers.
  • A completed profile, photo, and description are not guaranteed, but the Service tries for it.
  • The Service is not liable for any social network account suspension or image deletion.
  • The Service cannot guarantee that social networks will not write off volumes, but it does all necessary to ensure that the services offered are of good quality.


  • You must pay appropriate fees for using our services, which may change from time to time. You may discontinue such services at any time. Service fees vary. You are responsible for paying any costs associated with your Site account. All fees due from you to us under this Agreement are referred to as “Service Fees”.
  • All Service Fees, including auto-refill charges, will be charged to the payment method (e.g. credit card, debit card, etc.) you supplied at checkout. You must pay all Service Fees on time. You must update your account settings to alert us if your payment method changes. Please submit a valid payment method if you do not give one or if we detect that your specified payment method is inactive for any reason.
  • Your payment method will not be refunded. A deposit is irreversible once made. You can only utilize your balance on youtubeemarketing.com. You agree not to register a dispute or chargeback against us once a payment is completed. We retain the right to cancel all future orders and ban you from our site if you dispute or chargeback us after a deposit. We also have the right to remove any social media followers or likes we provided to you or your clients. Orders placed on youtubeemarketing.com cannot be returned or cancelled. If the order cannot be delivered, you will be credited to your youtubeemarketing.com account.
  • No refunds for lost or private account orders. Confirm each order before submitting it. Your account will be terminated if you use unauthorized or stolen credit cards. Please do not utilize multiple servers for the same page. In such a situation, we can’t provide you with accurate numbers. No refunds on these orders.
  • The Service does not refund orders placed for closed/private accounts, or orders placed with hidden statistics and counters – be cautious.
  • The Service does not reimburse when material is removed or when a social network imposes a restriction.
  • Replenish – we refill up to 100% of the specified volume.

Patient privacy:

  • This includes, but is not limited to, product information, data, pricing, financial information, software, specifications, research and development, proprietary algorithms or other materials disclosed in a manner that the Disclosing Party reasonably communicated or the Receiving Party should reasonably have understood under t
  • The Receiving Party agrees not to publish, disclose, or otherwise use for its own purposes any Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party provided to it by the Disclosing Party without the Disclosing Party’s prior written agreement. Neither party may publicly publicise the Agreement’s existence or substance without the other’s prior written consent.
  • This agreement requires each party to get the consent of each recipient of information to keep it secret in the same manner as if they were parties.
  • If the Receiving Party can show that the information I was already in the public domain at the time of disclosure or (ii) became public domain due to no fault of the Receiving Party, the Receiving Party is exempt from the above obligations under this section 11.
  • Any party that is required to disclose Confidential Information by law or by order of any court, regulatory, or governmental body shall promptly notify the disclosing party in order to allow that party to contest the order or requirement or seek confidential treatment.
  • Upon termination or expiration of this Agreement, the Receiving Party agrees to return or destroy all Confidential Information at the request of the Disclosing Party.

Governing Jurisdiction:

There is a large amount of e-commerce-related legislation (which is based on EU legislation), including:

  • the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA), which came into effect in the United Kingdom on 1 October 2015 and is the biggest shake-up of consumer law in a generation. The CRA affects all businesses whether they are providing goods or services and whether those are tangible or intangible. The CRA also introduces consumer law relating to digital content for the first time;
  • the GDPR governs the processing of all personal data such as customer names, addresses, payment details, etc and represents the largest overhaul in EU data privacy laws in more than 20 years, introducing new obligations on both data controllers and data processors and raising the maximum penalties for breaches to up to 4 per cent of worldwide turnover or €20 million, whichever is higher. The Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 and supplements the GDPR, extending data protection laws to areas not covered by the GDPR;
  • the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003, which govern the use of cookies, location data, opt-in rules for marketing calls and email marketing, unsolicited marketing, etc.
  • the Network and Information Systems Regulations 2018 (NIS Regulations) (as amended), implementing NISD, which require digital service providers, being organizations providing online marketplaces, online search engines and/or cloud computing services, to implement appropriate cybersecurity measures and report any incidents having a substantial impact on the provision of digital services;
  • the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013, which require traders to provide information to consumers in relation to contracts concluded between them;
  • Regulation (EU) 2018/644 on cross-border parcel delivery services, which sets out a transparency regime for cross-border parcel delivery service tariffs and requires traders to provide information on cross-border delivery options and complaints handling procedures to the consumer;
  • Regulation (EU) 2017/1128 on cross-border portability of online content services in the internal market (Portability Regulation), supplemented by the Portability of Online Content Services Regulations 2018 (SI 2018/249), which requires online service providers of paid-for content to allow subscribers to portable online content services to access and use those services when temporarily present in another member state, without any additional charge;
  • Regulation (EU) No. 2018/302 on geo-blocking, which prohibits discrimination against consumers and, in limited cases, against businesses, based on their nationality, place of residence or establishment when they buy goods or services. This was implemented by the Geo-blocking (Enforcement) Regulations 2018 (SI 2018/1153).
  • the Consumer Rights (Payment Surcharges) Regulations 2012 (SI 2012/3110), as amended by the Payment Services Regulations 2017, which ban surcharges on the basis of a consumer’s choice of payment instrument (eg, credit card, debit card or e-money);
  • the Financial Services (Distance Marketing) Regulations 2004, which set out the rules on the information that must be supplied to consumers when financial services are sold at a distance;
  • the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002 (as amended), which, among other things, dictate the information that consumers must be provided with in online transactions;
  • the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, as amended by the Consumer Protection (Amendment) Regulations 2014 (SI 2014/870), which regulate online advertising and govern the content of commercial communications or promotions to consumers, including comparative advertising, while the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008 also regulate online advertising and govern the content of commercial communications or promotions to businesses. In respect of both of these regulations, the regulator takes the view that all required information must be shown together in one place so that it is capable of being read by the consumer as a whole. There are no specific rules or exemptions for internet advertising or other forms of electronic communication;
  • the Consumer Protection Co-operation Regulation 2006, which grants national consumer protection authorities in the European Union greater powers to protect consumers against cross-border breaches of consumer protection laws;
  • the Provision of Services Regulations 2009, which set out mandatory disclosure requirements and freedom of establishment for providers from another EU member state;
  • the Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Competent Authorities and Information) Regulations 2015 (as amended), which establish a framework for accredited alternative dispute resolution (ADR) entities dealing with small consumer claims and information that traders have to provide to consumers about access to ADR;
  • the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) and Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (BCAP) codes of practice applies to advertising;
  • financial services legislation that applies to the provision of financial products and services; and
  • criminal and defamation laws that apply to activities on the internet.


  • Either party may cancel the advertisement campaign and terminate the Agreement by giving the other party 48 hours written notice.
  • (a)Advertiser uses the Service or Program in a way that causes losses or risk of loss to Company or any third party; (b)Advertiser uses the Service or Program in a way that causes losses or risk of loss to Company or any third party; (c) despite reminders, Advertiser uses the Service or Program in a way that causes losses or risk of loss to Company or any third party;
  • In this scenario, the Company may instantly block your account and retain the remaining monies as a fee.
  • The Advertiser’s Account will be blocked after six (6) months of inactivity.
  • At account login, you will be notified that your account is prohibited due to “Inactive account status”. You will have 30 days to reinstate your account after deactivation. Login to your account and follow the procedures there. If you do not revive your account within 30  days, it will be destroyed.
  • Without prior agreement, the system will immediately block your account if your balance is 0 USD. If your account balance is more than 0 USD, the money will be totally debited.
  • You realise and agree that the deletion of Your account for whatever reason does not imply the deletion of user data.

The whole agreement, and any amendments:

  • We retain the right to unilaterally change this Agreement at any moment. The Advertiser will be notified of any changes via personal account or information on the Company’s website. After two (2) weeks, the Advertiser is assumed to have received the notification through email or in his/her personal account on our Company’s website. If the Advertiser rejects the amendment, he or she may terminate the Agreement immediately within thirty (30) calendar days of receipt of the e-mail or, if applicable, thirty (30) calendar days of the amendment being published on the website. If the Advertiser does not cancel the Agreement within the specified period, the Advertiser is believed to have accepted the amended terms.
  • This Agreement, the Privacy Policy, the Agreement on the Storage of the Cardholder’s Credentials or other terms and conditions published at youtubeemarketing.com are the only representations, warranties, and other statements that Advertiser has relied on and will rely on in entering into this Agreement.
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