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Earlier this week, a friend of mine asked me to take a look at Artboxy because she saw an ad for it on Facebook.  I used my guidelines and also checked Trust Pilot to make sure the business was legitimate.  Here’s the findings:

Trust Pilot has a review on Artboxy mentioning that it is a trustable site.

 Artboxy is an interesting find.  It did take a bit to find the Terms and Conditions and when I did, it was on a site called Zoho.  Here’s the page >>  Zoho is a service that Artboxy uses for the legal info.  You will see this at the bottom of the Artboxy page:  Powered by Zoho Desk | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy
Here’s the vital info about your artists rights and copyright:
Data Ownership
We respect your right to ownership of content created or stored by you. You own the content created or stored by you. Unless specifically permitted by you, your use of the Services does not grant Zoho the license to use, reproduce, adapt, modify, publish or distribute the content created by you or stored in your user account for Zoho’s commercial, marketing or any similar purpose. But you grant Zoho permission to access, copy, distribute, store, transmit, reformat, publicly display and publicly perform the content of your user account solely as required for the purpose of providing the Services to you.
It looks like this service is okay because of the first two sentences in their statement above. 
One section of the Terms of Service is important to know:
Free Trial
If you register for a free trial of one or more Services, Zoho will make the applicable Services available to you on a trial basis free of charge until the earlier of (i) the end of the free trial period of the applicable Services (unless terminated earlier by you), (ii) the start date of the paid subscription period for the applicable Services, or (iii) termination by Zoho in its sole discretion. Any data that you enter into the Services, and any customizations made to the Services during the free trial will be permanently lost unless you (i) purchase the corresponding paid subscription plan for the account, (ii) purchase applicable Service upgrades, or (iii) export such data before the end of the trial period. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Section, Services are offered as-is during the free trial, without any warranty, covenant, support or liability whatsoever, to the extent permitted by law.
If you do a Free Trial, you will need to ensure that your data is exported.
There’s a copyright on all the pages of the site – this is also good news.


p.s.  If you would like a site reviewed, please contact me.  I’ll be happy to do it.

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