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Terms and Conditions
USBG GQ Bartender Program

Pricing and Frequency of Program
The user will be charged by your carrier as message and data rates may apply for each alert. Any fees you incur through your use of the Service will be charged each month onto your cellular phone bill. Your cell phone provider may charge tax and standard text message fees for your use of the Service and any help or account related text messages that Bombay Sapphire sends you. Three (3) is the maximum number of messages a user will receive for the USBG GQ Voting program. If the user opts-in to subscription service by texting “SAPPHIRE” to 88704, four (4) is the maximum number of messages Bombay Sapphire will send each month.

Service/Help info
To get help, contact us at nationaloffice@usbg.org. From your mobile phone, you may request our contact information at any time by texting HELP to 88704. To reach us by phone, please call 877-290-6264

Opt In/Opt-Out info.
How to Opt-in: To participate in the USBG GQ Bartender Voting Program, text the letters GQ followed by the number assigned to the bartender to shortcode 88704 for which you want to vote. A confirmation text message will be sent to your phone. To opt-in further communication, reply with the word SAPPHIRE to 88704 to receive the confirmation text message from your mobile phone.

How to Opt-out: To opt-out from our SMS service, you can text “STOP” to 88704 from your mobile phone and we will unsubscribe you from our SMS text messaging service immediately. You will not receive any additional messages and will no longer be charged for the service.

Carriers supported on the program.
The Service is currently available to most wireless carriers in the United States, including Alltel, AT&T Mobility, Boost Mobile, Cellular One, Cincinnati Bell, Cricket, Nextel, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Virgin Mobile subscribers. For all of these carriers, our short code number is 88704. Users can use the Service if they have the ability to send and receive text-messages on their cell phones.


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