This document explains the rules that keep Islahaat Task running.
These terms explain how we expect you to behave when you’re using Islahaat Task – whether you’re a registered user or unregistered site visitor on our site.
Please read these rules carefully: by using our site, you’re agreeing to follow them.
We give different types of projects to people. A project has one or more tasks. To complete these projects and the tasks contained in them, the instructions are given in the description of the task, which are followed to complete these tasks. These tasks are completed in different ways according to instructions, for example by recording your voice. Can be completed by writing an article or recording a video.
You acknowledge and agree that whoever posts content is responsible for any harm caused to anyone by that content – not Islahaat – and that you’ll compensate and defend us, our partners, employees and representatives against any costs or legal or government action we have because of your content.
Certain uses of the site are not allowed. Here we go into much more depth about those things, including:
In short, you’re not allowed to use our services to do (or encourage others to do) anything that is illegal, fraudulent or harmful. If you don’t see something on one of the lists below, you shouldn’t assume it’s allowed. When in doubt, contact us to check.
You can’t offer, share, support or try to find anything that:
On Islahaat, you can’t do anything that’s dishonest or meant to fool others.
You can’t misrepresent yourself, your experience, skills or professional qualifications, or that of others. This includes:
Similarly, you must always be honest about who’s doing the work. That means you can’t:
We’re particularly invested in avoiding fraud and misrepresentations when it comes to payments. This means:
Freelancers can’t fraudulently charge a client in any way, including by:
Clients can’t engage in fraud related to payments, including by:
Everyone should be treated fairly and legally on Islahaat.
You can’t use Islahaat to:
You must use our feedback system honestly and fairly.
That means you can’t:
Islahaat relies on technology and trust – here’s how we maintain those things.
If you break any of these rules, we can suspend your account and stop you from using Islahaat (3.1). If you see someone else breaking these rules, please let us know (3.2).
We can’t guarantee that we’ll take action against every potential violation, but just because we don’t take action against one breach doesn’t waive our right to take action against any future breaches, whether they’re related to the first breach or not.
If we do suspect rule-breaking, we can stop you using our site at any time. If we disable or close your account, you won’t be able to use any of our services, but these things will stay in place:
If we follow up on the breach, you agree to help with our investigation and take reasonable steps to help us fix the problem.