As I remembered then I read it when a hosting provider mentioned about money back guarantee and I had to visit their terms of service page to check that carefully
because I wanted to be sure their service is quality and in the case if it is low quality service then I can get my money back.
In the other words, I will check that page if the provide has some special rules when using their services. That's for sure if you don't want to get any issues when using a new hosting provider.
Honestly, I don't read them and I think I'm not alone haha. Even though I know its important but its just that its too long and I'm not that kind of a person that reads lengthy details. But I get back to the terms of service to look for support when I get difficulties and check details of things they promoted me that I remember. Now, that I read the above post. I will start reading them before its too late because I'm afraid for my service to be suspended. Thank you everyone! :hug:
In my opinion, most of the people don't read the Terms and Service as they are too long and sometimes they are written in a very complicated way. And, people think what's the point of reading all this after I won't be able to comprehend it. And to be honest, I read ToS just partially.
Yes, it's always a good habit to study all the terms and conditions before you signup for anything or before buying any product or service. Sometimes we may not read such things and later suffer when we are faced with a problem. Many guidelines are also mentioned in them, so it becomes necessary to at least go through them once.
Because most people don't read the conditions set by any company (hosting company in this case) they may later waste their times and efforts and have problems when getting their issues resolved. If the terms were read beforehand such issues would have been avoided.
As someone who reviews contracts on a daily basis, I find it essential to read the contract terms and conditions before committing to any service or product. It is kind of our responsibility as a user or potential buyer to be clear on the contract contents before confirming any purchase transaction.
Some people may find it tedious to do this but they will end up with more problems later on with the vendor or seller. This does not only apply to web hosting but also for any purchase be it for our business or personal use.
I know that a large number of people don't read the terms of service when using a website but its always best to read it if you can because there can be things within them that you don't expect which can cause issues later on.
I read them partially to have a general idea about what are the rules but I definitely don't read them in detail. A lot of stuff sounds to complicated, so I don't understand it anyway. I wish they would write the terms in plain language so that everyone can read and understand them.
Sometimes I don't read them. Most of the time I read them partially. It's kind of annoying that they always use legal terms and stuff that is not easy to understand. But I think it's important to at least have an idea about what's written there, specially if there is money involved. When that's the case, the responsible thing to do is to read them.
I never read the Terms of Service because they are are pretty much the same. And I thoroughly research my webhost before I sign up. So I don't have to worry about if they are going to be scumbags and cancel my hosting on me. And 99.99% of the time the TOS is there to stop problematic users from causing problems and I am not a problematic user so I have nothing to worry about.
I think most of us are never reading the terms of services because it's too long and just want to use the software immediately. When I install a software I watch some reviews on youtube to have a ideas and knowledge of how it works. So I guess reading the terms and services is not a big deal anymore.