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ScrambleZest User Account Policy
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This is the scrambleZest User Account Policy.
 
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ScrambleZest User Account Policy

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ScrambleZest User Account Policy

Following is the scrambleZest User Account Policy:

1. The content of the site is in English. So, to keep it consistent, user names and passwords must be in English only (ASCII characters).

2. Username must be between 8-12 characters long (passwords must be greater than 4 characters). User names are moderated. Since the user names may show up on the site: adult (i.e. suggestive in a wrong way)/vulgar/profane, discriminatory, derogatory, and other bad user names may be changed or deleted or not accepted.

3. Misleading user names (for example, admin embedded in the user name) may be changed / deleted. If a username is deleted, you may create another user name that follows the rules of this policy.

4. The scrambleZest administrators reserve the right to change / delete / not accept any user name for any reason at any time.

5. User names on infiniteZest.com/scrambleZest.com become the property of infiniteZest.com/scrambleZest.com.

6. This policy maybe modified in future. Please look here for any future modifications to this policy.

7. Please refer to the links below regarding policy and terms of use related to scrambleZest.

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