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Thank you for using this website, and for coming to this page to read the terms of use agreement. If you continue to use this website, you agree to be bound by both this agreement and our privacy policy.

This agreement is between the user of this website (“you”), and Stacy Mayer Consulting LLC, a California limited liability company (“Stacy Mayer Consulting”). When this agreement says “the parties” it means both you and Stacy Mayer Consulting, the parties to this agreement.

This agreement, along with the privacy policy, constitutes the entire agreement between between you and Stacy Mayer Consulting, regarding your use of this website.

This agreement is updated periodically and can be changed at any time. The last update was on June 13, 2018. The parties are bound by the latest version of the agreement.


The content of this website is for your general education and information. This website is not providing professional, medical, legal or financial advice.

Stacy Mayer Consulting does not provide any warranty or guarantee that the information contained on this site is accurate or complete. The information on this site may contain errors. Stacy Mayer Consulting disclaims any liability from such errors, to the extent allowed by the law.

Your use of the content on this site is at your own risk. Stacy Mayer Consulting does not guarantee any results from using this content. It is your responsibility to do your own research and obtain any professional, medical, legal, financial, or other help that you may need for your situation.

This site contains materials which are owned or licensed by Stacy Mayer Consulting, such as text, photography, videos, graphics, and the design and layout of the site. These materials are protected by copyright law and trademark law, as may be noticed throughout the site. You do not have a license to use the content for any other purpose.

This site may link to other websites. Links are not an endorsement of the other website, unless specifically stated. Stacy Mayer Consulting has no responsibility for content on the linked website.

This site may contain reviews, recommendations, testimonials, or endorsements of other businesses, individuals, events, materials (such as books), products, services, or websites. Stacy Mayer Consulting will clearly disclose if it receives an affiliate percentage, free product, free service, discount, or any other compensation for a review.

The content of this site may change at any time, without notice.

Blog Post Comments

You may contribute content to this site in the form of comments on blog posts.

The comments feature is intended to facilitate an educational and informative conversation about the topics on this site. Such conversations are not a substitute for professional, medical, legal, financial, or other advice and do not make you a client or customer of Stacy Mayer Consulting.

If you contribute comments on this site, you agree to the following rules:

  • You will not use the comments to post spam, including promotions or advertisements for other products and services.
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  • Stacy Mayer Consulting may moderate, edit, or delete comments at any time, at Stacy Mayer Consulting’s sole discretion.
  • Stacy Mayer Consulting may ban comment authors at any time, at Stacy Mayer Consulting’s sole discretion.

Reporting Copyright Infringement

This website complies with the terms of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. To report a claim of copyright infringement, please send a claim to our official agent at coach @ stacymayer.com or 1400 Shattuck Ave, Suite 12-107, Berkeley, CA  94709, containing the following information:

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The content of this site is provided “as is,” at your own risk, without express or implied warranty or condition of any kind. Stacy Mayer Consulting also disclaims any warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.

To the extent allowed by law, under this agreement Stacy Mayer Consulting will not be liable for indirect, special, incidental, punitive, exemplary or consequential damages, regardless of legal theory, whether or not it has been warned of such damages, and even if all other remedies would fail.

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