Terms & Conditions
By “Opting In” to or using an American Marketing Association Pittsburgh (AMA) “Text Message Service” (both terms defined below), you accept these Terms & Conditions and agree to resolve disputes with the AMA through binding arbitration (and with very limited exceptions, not in court), and you waive any right to participate in class actions.
- “Text Message Service” includes any arrangement or situation in which the AMA sends (or indicates that it may send, or receives a request that it send) one or more text messages.
- “Opting In,” “Opt In” and “Opt-In” refer to requesting, joining, agreeing to, enrolling in, signing up for, acknowledging, or otherwise consenting to receive one or more text messages.
By Opting In to a Text Message Service:
- You are signing your Opt-In to the Text Message Service.
- You confirm that you are the subscriber to the relevant phone number or that you are the customary user of that number on a family or business plan and that you are authorized to Opt In.
Text Message Services and Opting Out
Message and data rates may apply. Unless otherwise noted, Text Message Services send multiple, recurring messages. The AMA may terminate any Text Message Service or your participation in it at any time with or without notice, including, for example, before you have received any or all messages that you otherwise would have received, but these Terms & Conditions still will apply. For services operated through 72727, you can get help by texting HELP to 72727, and you can opt out by texting STOP to 72727. For Text Message Services operated through a different number, text HELP to that number for help and STOP to that number to opt out. Your opt-out request may generate either a confirmation text or a texted request to clarify the Text Message Service to which it applies (if you have more than one). To complete your opt-out, please provide the requested clarification.
The 72727 short code we use for some Text Message Services is supported on all U.S. carriers. Please note, however, that the supporting mobile carriers may change without notice, and the particular Text Message Service you join, including those operated through a different number, may be limited to specific carriers. The AMA and the mobile carriers (for example, T-Mobile) are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages.