Tenth Amendment Center
Effective date: October 2010

The Tenth Amendment Center (TAC) is a privately owned, for-profit business operating in Los Angeles, California, USA. TAC is committed to providing you with excellent service for all our products. We created this page to explain to you the terms and conditions of our premium membership program.

The Product
We sell various products including books, dvds, clothing and other novelties, plus memberships to the Tenth Amendment Center, which includes the following: monthly members e-newsletter, access to members-only quarterly conference calls, invitation to members-only discussion group on facebook, membership card mailed to you.

Refund Policy
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can either return your order for a full refund. You can return your purchase for up to 30 days from the date of receipt. Returned or exchanged products must be in the condition you received them and in the original box and/or packaging.

You may cancel your membership anytime within 30 days after purchasing it. To cancel, you’ll need to do the following: 1) Contact us within 30 days of purchasing your membership, 2) Return any shipped goods (books, membership cards, etc) in brand new, unused condition (you will be responsible for return shipping costs) within 10 business days after contacting us to notify of your intent to cancel.

Once we receive notice of your intent to cancel and then receive a return of all goods shipped to you in brand-new condition, we will then process a full refund of your membership within 2 business days. If you contact us to cancel after the first 30 days, you will have no right to demand a refund.

Invitations and Contact
Your membership includes participation in events and programs that require special access, and sometimes specific invitations. In order to receive these invitations, you will be subscribed to our members-only e-newsletter. As a result of our strict anti-spam policy, we must ask that you confirm your desire to have your email subscribed to our members-only announcement/e-newsletter list. Shortly after you pay for your membership, you will receive a separate email requesting that you confirm. To verify your email on this list, you must visit the customized link that will be sent to your email either by clicking on it or by pasting it in the address bar of your web browser. Failure to do so will mean that your email address will not be added to our members-only email list and you will not receive special invitations to many of our members-only benefits. If you have not received your confirmation email within 72 business hours after your membership is approved, please contact us.

Payment
You pay for the membership on a recurring basis. By subscribing to the Product you authorize us to charge your credit/debit card whenever the subscription is due for renewal.

Cancellation
You can cancel your membership at any time for any reason. After your membership is cancelled no further payments will be made. However, except as noted above in our refund policy, there will not be any full or partial refunds for any reason of the payments already made.

Changes to these Terms and Conditions
These Terms and Conditions are subject to change without notice. Any such changes will be posted online on this page. If you do not agree with the new terms and conditions your only option is to cancel your membership according to the terms set forth above.

Personal memberships
You purchase the membership for your personal use. Sharing your membership with anyone is prohibited.

Further questions
If you have any questions about the Terms and Conditions of your membership please contact us before you commit to the purchase.

**Gifts to TenthAmendmentCenter.com and purchased through the Tenth Amendment Center Store are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Why? Based on our principles – we won’t accept any government handouts, bribes, or tax discounts to partner with the organization we’re working to limit. We believe in freedom of action and equal treatment for all organizations. Thus, we see the tax “benefits” (at risk of giving up freedom to operate and express free speech) offered to some organizations to be unfair, unequal, and unacceptable.

The feds tell us that 501c3 and other non-profit groups are serving the community and deserve to be tax exempt. But doesn’t your neighborhood plumber or carpenter or grocer also serve the community? We think so. Therefore, we stay “for-profit” and will never get handouts or grants from those looking for benefits from Washington D.C. Please join us!

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