Are you aware of the meaning and relevance of the term Disclaimer? At Bible5 Blog, we strive to build an open and sincere bond with our readers, regardless of their gender. We recognize that this expression in English may not be so common in Brazil, but it is vital to understanding our relationship with you. So let's dive in together to explore what exactly the Bible5 Blog Disclaimer is and why it deserves your attention!
First of all
It is essential to know that this section aims to provide valuable information to enrich your experience with us. Ignoring or not knowing these details could lead to misunderstandings about our blog, and we don't want that to happen, do we? We're here to make your reading of Bible5 Blog as enjoyable as possible! Below you will find important information. Let's go?
Bible5 Blog does not, under any circumstances, request money for the release of financial products such as credit cards, financing or loans. Should this occur, please contact us immediately via the Contact.
Our team strives to keep the information on bible5.com up to date. However, it may differ from that available on the websites of financial institutions or other service providers. We cannot be held responsible for such discrepancies, including information relating to specific products/services. Always check the terms and conditions of the institutions you wish to contract with.
How does Bible5 Blog generate revenue? We offer completely free content, with no paid subscriptions. Revenue comes from advertising and from our partners. When a user requests a product or offer through our referral, we receive a fee for this. Our content curation is guided by journalistic criteria as well as partner influences, which includes the order and location of texts on the site. However, everything we publish is based on objective product evaluations.
Services and Data
Blog Bible5, when using e-mail marketing or SMS services, will not send links to other portals, only to the registered domain (https://bible5.com). We are not responsible for messages with different domains. It is up to you, the USER, to check the address of the link and, if it is not the same as the one given in this section, to delete it, move it to the SPAM box or delete it from your cell phone. Version July 1, 2023.