Their Policies & Quotes
NCOSE recognizes the following:
While Snapchat’s founder, Eric Spiegel, claims the site was not made for the purpose of sending sexts (or nude selfies), the initial marketing of the app and emails from Eric Spiegel to his fraternity brothers around the time he was developing Snapchat, lead many to think the app was very much intended for the purpose of sexting.
Email examples (more found here):
Official Snapchat Terms of Service: https://www.snap.com/en-US/terms/
(February 22, 2017)
What Can Snapcash Be Used For?
Snapcash is meant for Snapchatters to quickly and easily exchange money – like splitting the bill at a restaurant or paying someone back for concert tickets.
It’s not okay to buy, sell, or offer compensation for:
- Snaps or Stories
- Usernames or access to an account
- Adding someone as a friend
- Drugs, guns, or other unlawful things
These acts all violate Snapchat’s Terms of Service and may result in the termination of your Snapchat account. Because Square is the one that processes your Snapcash payments, keep in mind that Square’s separate Terms and Prohibitions govern your use of Snapcash as well.
Please remember that Snapcash is solely a peer-to-peer payment system; it may not be used for any commercial purpose. Square’s abuse and safety system monitors for unusual patterns of transactions and may block your ability to use Snapcash if money is exchanged with too many people.