Pilot Acceptable Use Policy and Scope of Services Acceptable Use Policy You agree not to misuse the Services (as defined in the Pilot Subscription Agreement) or help anyone else to do so. For example, you must not do (or even try to do) any of the following in connection with the Services: use the Services in connection with or to violate any law, statute, ordinance or regulation (including those governing export control, consumer protection, unfair competition, anti-discrimination or false advertising), including, but not limited to, transactions relating to counterfeit goods, stolen goods, illegal or controlled substances, substances that pose a risk to consumer safety, illegal online gambling/wagering, escort services, pyramid schemes, counterfeit goods, the unlicensed sale of firearms, or any type of money laundering; process false or inaccurate transactions; probe, scan, or test the vulnerability of any system or network; breach or otherwise circumvent any security or authentication measures; access, tamper with, or use non-public areas or parts of the Services, or shared areas of the Services you haven’t been invited to; use the Services for personal, family or household purposes; interfere with or disrupt any user, host, or network, for example by sending a virus, overloading, flooding, spamming, or mail-bombing any part of the Services; transmit, store, or process health information subject to United States HIPAA regulations; abuse referrals or promotions; sell the Services unless specifically authorized to do so; or harass or abuse Pilot personnel or representatives or agents performing services on behalf of Pilot. The Scope of the Pilot Bookkeeping Services The Pilot bookkeeping services (including any communications you may have with Pilot personnel in connection with those services) are not a substitute for and do not include legal, tax, financial, real estate, healthcare or accounting advice, and Pilot is not a public accounting firm. The Pilot bookkeeping services do not include, and you will not purport to rely on them for: (i) audit, examination, verification, investigation, certification, presentation, or review, of financial transactions or accounting records; (ii) advice relating to accounting procedure and to the recording, presentation, or certification of financial information or data; (iii) preparation or certification of reports on audits or examinations of books or records of account, balance sheets, and other financial, accounting and related schedules, exhibits, statements, or reports that are to be used for publication, for the purpose of obtaining credit, for filing with a court of law or with any governmental agency, or for any other purpose; (iv) legal advice regarding any of your business practices, including with respect to their appropriateness or legality; or (v) tax advice or tax return preparation (although we will provide bookkeeping assistance to your tax preparer of choice). You should seek the services of a duly licensed professional in connection with any of the foregoing. In particular, only a certified public accountant can attest (e.g. as part of an audit) as to whether the results of the Pilot bookkeeping services are compliant with GAAP, IFRS or any other accounting standards or rules, and Pilot makes no representation or warranty with respect thereto.