Muneer Uddin is the CEO and Founder of Civic 365, LLC. He graduated from East Tennessee State University with a bachelor’s degree in Public Health. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, volunteering in the community, and traveling.
With this membership, you will receive alerts to the removal of your name and personal information from voter rolls within our network. Our network is large and consists of both publicly and privately available resources and companies but may not include every institution or agency so you may not receive an alert in all cases
No, we can not stop voter purging. Voter purging happens at the state level. Our intent is to help you monitor your registration status and inform you of any changes within our network. We hope this will help you be more proactive and help ensure you get to vote.
Yes, you can cancel at any time by logging into your member portal.
If after signing up you receive an email that says you are not in our network, we will keep your information within our systems and recheck when we update our network or do another scan. If we find you, we will let you know so you can register once again.
We will only notify you when we have important updates for you. You will automatically be signed up for our newsletter, but you can opt out at any time.
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These Terms and Conditions (The "Terms") are a legal contract Between you and civic365, LLC. ("CIVIC 365","WE" OR "US"). The Terms URL: www.civic365.com ("SITE"). By Using Our Site, You Are Agreeing to All The Terms; If You do Not Agree with any of these terms, Do not access or otherwise use our site or any information contained on Our site.
You need not enroll as a member to just visit and view our Site. However, if you elect to obtain or use any voter purge monitoring services, mobile applications or other products or services from us (each referred to as a "Service") you must register for or enroll in the Service and agree to applicable guidelines, terms and agreements ("Service Terms"). If any of the these Terms are inconsistent with the Service Terms for the service you have ordered, the Service Terms will control with respect to that specific Service only.Read More
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THESE SERVICE TERMS (AS DEFINED BELOW) CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE SERVICES (AS DEFINED BELOW). BY ENTERING THESE SERVICE TERMS, YOU AGREE TO RESOLVE ALL DISPUTES WITH CIVIC 365 THROUGH SMALL CLAIMS COURT OR THROUGH ARBITRATION ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS RATHER THAN JURY TRIAL OR CLASS ACTION SUITS (SEE SECTION 17 BELOW). The Civic 365 Service Terms and Conditions (the "Service Terms") are a legally binding agreement between Civic 365, LLC and its successors and assigns. ("Civic 365," "we" "our" or "us") and you ("you," "your" or "yours"), and describe the terms under which you agree to use the Civic 365 voter purge monitoring programs, including any applicable Service Guarantee and Insurance and any other service or product which may be made available to you by us for which you have registered or enrolled or have been registered or enrolled by an authorized third party (collectively the "Services" and individually a "Service"). In these Service Terms we may use the term "Member" which refers to a customer that is enrolled in one of our fee-based Services, such as Civic 365 Voter Purge Alerts. Collectively we will use the term "Customer" when referring to Members and Users.