Do you read all terms & conditions when You do register for new website?

@umer5222 (724)
Cyprus
December 5, 2009 4:08pm CST
As We know that we cannot register any new website without leaving check box of "I agree terms & condition". Before to check-mark, Do you read all terms & conditions?
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7 responses
@ikazrima (40)
• Malaysia
5 Dec 09
Can I say 'never'? lol. Well, I only read the bolded and/or underlined parts if there's any. Otherwise, never did read 'all' of them.
@tatutino (107)
• Brazil
5 Dec 09
I never read too, lol. Problem is, don't share too much information about your self, because you could be tricked, and all your information given to someone that may harm your family. But reading all of those lines is too much for me and my lazyness...
@greenline (14853)
• Canada
9 Dec 09
Yes, I certainly do, to be sure that I know all the terms and conditions and that I can work with them. Fine prints are some times very important so that I don't do things unknowingly. Most of the terms and conditions are more or less standard clauses, but still it is important and necessary that I know all the requirements before I join.
@KrauseHome (36738)
• United States
8 Dec 09
Personally now, this is one of the first things I tend to check out when first considering joining any Website, especially if they claim to pay out $$ as their are a lot of Scams out there for sure. I feel that if you read the Terms and conditions within a Web site it helps your time in that Web site go a lot smoother as well. But in doubt you can ask questions or do research, but knowing the facts beforehand can really make things go a lot faster and smoother in time as well.
@borg246 (541)
• Malta
6 Dec 09
When I was a "newbie" to computers and to internet I never used to bother reading anything, but now that I'm older, more experienced and more mature I always read the terms and conditions, plus I also read the privacy policy and the terms of service. I also research websites sometimes. If someone did not read the terms and conditions and he had a problem relating to something, and it was discussed in the terms and conditions, then it would be his/her fault.
@shally_hh (418)
• China
6 Dec 09
Yes,all the regular sites have their terms and we should agree them before registerring.In most cases,I read all terms & conditions and FAQs before joining a new site,especially some online earning sites,i should know whether i can join and gat paid from them,in case of wasting time.but for some forums,sometimes i would not read them untill i have problems.
• United States
6 Dec 09
Nope too much reading for me
@olisaur (1931)
• United States
5 Dec 09
If a friend told me about the website, or showed it to me, to be a good site, then I probably would not read the terms & conditions. Otherwise, if its a site I don't know much about, I'll scan over the terms and make sure there's nothing out of the ordinary.