The Mystery Guest Web Design retains the title to and ownership of the Product. You are licensed to use this Product on the following terms and conditions:

COPYRIGHTS:
The On Call software is Copyright 2013 The Mystery Guest Web Design. All rights reserved. This software may not, in whole or in any part, be copied, reproduced, transmitted, translated (into any language, natural or computer), stored in a retrieval system, reduced to any electronic medium or machine readable format, or by any other form or means without prior consent, in writing, from The Mystery Guest Web Design.

LICENSE:
"The Software" shall be taken to mean the software contained in this package and any subsequent versions or upgrades received as a result of having purchased this package. "Buyer" shall be taken as the original purchaser of this software.

YOU MAY NOT:
Distribute, rent, sub-license or otherwise make available to others the software or documentation or copies thereof without prior written consent from The Mystery Guest Web Design. In the case of an authorised transfer, the transferee must agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this License Agreement.

RESTRICTIONS:
You may not modify, de-compile, disassemble, reverse engineer or translate the software.

TERM:
You may terminate your License and this Agreement at anytime by deleting your copy of the Product. They will also terminate automatically if you fail to comply with any term or condition in this Agreement.

LIMITED WARRANTY:
This software and documentation are sold "as is" without any warranty as to their performance, merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The Buyer acknowledges that the software may not be free from defects and may not satisfy all of the buyer's needs. The buyer assumes the entire risk as to the quality and performance of the software. In no event shall The Mystery Guest Web Design or anyone else who has been involved in the creation, development, production, or delivery of this software be liable for any direct, incidental or consequential damages, such as, but not limited to, loss of anticipated benefits, use, or data resulting from the use of this software.