Terms and Conditions

The Shout Out New Zealand Trust is the owner and operator of shoutoutnow.co – an online platform where you can stand up and make your voice heard. References to “shoutout”, “shout out”, “shoutoutnow.co” are the same as “The Shout Out New Zealand Trust”.

Electronic Communications

When you visit shoutoutnow.co or send e-mails to us, you are communicating with us electronically. You consent to receive communications from us electronically. We will communicate with you by e-mail or by posting notices on this site. You agree that all agreements, notices, disclosures and other communications that we provide to you electronically satisfy any legal requirement that such communications be in writing.


The site is a forum for discussion. By posting to the site you agree that there will be a robust interchange of views, but that we are entitled to moderate all comments and delete posts and comments which we regard as unacceptable because of use of intemperate, obscene, racist or otherwise inappropriate language. By participating in the process you agree that we are entitled to edit and moderate all content on the site. You also agree that because you have an opportunity to reply, that you will not bring any proceeding for defamation against us or any other person who posts to this site.


All content included on this site, such as text, graphics, logos, button icons, images, audio clips, digital downloads, data compilations, and software, is the property of shoutoutnow.co or its content suppliers and protected by New Zealand and international copyright laws. The compilation of all content on this site is the exclusive property of shoutoutnow.co and protected by New Zealand and international copyright laws. All software used on this site is the property of shoutoutnow.co or its software suppliers and protected by New Zealand and international copyright laws.

License And Site Access

shoutoutnow.co grants you a limited license to access and make personal use of this site and not to download (other than page caching) or modify it, or any portion of it, except with express written consent of shoutoutnow.co. This license does not include any resale or commercial use of this site or its contents; any collection and use of any product listings, descriptions, or prices; any derivative use of this site or its contents; any downloading or copying of account information for the benefit of another merchant; or any use of data mining, robots, or similar data gathering and extraction tools. This site or any portion of this site may not be reproduced, duplicated, copied, sold, resold, visited, or otherwise exploited for any commercial purpose without express written consent of shoutoutnow.co. You may not frame or utilize framing techniques to enclose any trademark, logo, or other proprietary information (including images, text, page layout, or form) of shoutoutnow.co without express written consent. You may not use any meta tags or any other “hidden text” utilizing shoutoutnow.co ‘s name or trademarks without the express written consent of shoutoutnow.co. Any unauthorized use terminates the permission or license granted by shoutoutnow.co. You are granted a limited, revocable, and nonexclusive right to create a hyperlink to the home page of shoutoutnow.co so long as the link does not portray shoutoutnow.co or its products or services in a false, misleading, derogatory, or otherwise offensive matter. You may not use any shoutout.org.nz logo or other proprietary graphic or trademark as part of the link without express written permission.


Any dispute or claim relating in any way to your visit to shoutoutnow.co will be resolved by mediation rather than in court. If you wish to lodge a complaint please do so by emails. If you lodge a dispute, we will endeavour to discuss this with you on an informal basis to see if we can reach agreement. If we cannot agree on resolution then we will appoint a mediator from either AMINZ or LEADR to facilitate a settlement. If mediation does not resolve disputes then we agree that the matter may be heard in the Disputes Tribunal or a court of competent jurisdiction in New Zealand.

Applicable Law

By visiting shoutoutnow.co, you agree that the law of New Zealand applies

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