Rev Services Agreement

Founded in 2009, Rev is a company that provides transcription, translation and captioning services to companies such as PBS and Comcast. If you do not know the object in the project, you can Google it (they literally tell you to do this and use what you find reasonable and logical) and not to contact customer information or information in projects with others under the confidentiality agreement that you have to sign with them, and the Revs team people are often reachable in most cases for chat help via their website if you have questions or need help to work on your projects. If a project contains too many things that you don`t understand or feel unsure that it`s correct, ask for it and look for another one to work on. Rev also stated that its customers “are not downloading offensive content” and that the company “does not require anyone to work on certain projects.” The site`s terms of use state that it is impossible to post content that is “threatening, offensive, inconvenient, inconvenient, inconvenient, violent, too violent, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, pornographic, defamatory, encroaching on the privacy of another, racist, ethnic or otherwise,” but its clients appear to be breaking the rules. Last month, Rev employees talked about transcribing porn, graphic operations videos and 911 domestic violence calls in the company`s forum. Rev`s routine messages via the platform or legal services and references are published on the customer portal or sent by email or mail to the person (s) that the customer designates as contact (e) on the client`s account. Communications are deemed to be received from the time booked or delivered or, if that period does not fall within a working period, at the beginning of the first business day following the time booked or delivered. For counting notice days, the business day on which the notification is deemed to be received is considered the first day. Communications must be recorded in English. Non?disclosure.

The recipient will remain secret and will not disclose any confidential information to third parties, except to share it with related persons; associates are bound by agreements to respect confidential information.