I do my best to only post legitimate offers on Maven of Savin. However many are time sensitive and are administered by outside companies and/or individuals that I have no control over. They are available, to the best of my knowledge, at the time of publication. Maven of Savin gives no warranties, expressed or implied, and is not responsible for damages incurred by the users of this site. All information is provided as is, and all trademarks are property of their respected owners.
Though I try to validate any offer prior to posting, Maven of Savin has no control over and makes no warranty or guarantee regarding the quality, usability, safety, morality or legality of any aspect of the items listed, the truth or accuracy of the listings or the ability of sellers to sell items or honor their coupon or promotion. Participation in these offers is at the sole discretion of the reader and he or she should use personal judgment before participating in any offer.
All offers are for adults and any minors should consult their parents before giving out any information in order to receive offers over the internet. The links provided on this web site are for entertainment or informational purposes only.
Maven of Savin does not have any control over how and when users actually receive an offer. That is the sole responsibility of the merchant making the offer and they may limit the quantities of their offers, change them, or remove them at any time. Use your judgment and contact the companies at your own risk. Maven of Savin does not have any direct connection with the merchants making the offers listed, nor do I endorse or take any responsibility of any kind for the offers listed on this site.
Keep in mind that when you complete offers for freebies or samples, you are automatically giving that company the right to send you emails which you will receive. These emails ARE NOT SPAM. You have provided them with your email and they can legally email you. However you can opt out at any time. The law requires that email recipients are given an opt-out method. Companies must provide a return email address or another Internet-based response mechanism that allows a recipient to ask to be removed from the list and to not receive future email messages.