A 12ish is a 12 minute phone call with an extra 30 seconds at the end. A 12ish can also have additional slots of 12 minutes each (so a two-slot 12ish would be 24 minutes and 30 seconds). “Customers” book and pay for time with “12vers” (who host calls) about particular “topics,” and 12ish.com is merely the conduit for the conversation. As such, 12, LLC has no control over 12vers and what they say (or customers and how they behave), and we take no responsibility for the content of any 12ish experience or its results. That said, we really appreciate when you tell us about how it went by rating your 12ish after the call! One of two ways: you can create a free 12ver account and make slots available so people can book 12ishes with you, or you can book 12ishes with other 12vers by agreeing to pay their listed prices. At the time scheduled for the 12ish, both parties' phones ring, and they will be connected for the duration of the slots booked. The call terminates automatically when the time for the 12ish is over. Each party's phone number is kept private. If both parties consent, a recording of the call will be made available to them after the call.All you need is a Twitter account, PayPal account, email address, computer, phone line, and a touch of personality. As long as each of these are working properly, you’re good to go.
1. One of two ways: you can create a free 12ver account and make slots available so people can book 12ishes with you, or you can book 12ishes with other 12vers by agreeing to pay their listed prices.
2. 12ish may expressly permit data sharing with other third party services you may use, including (but not necessarily limited to) various Google, Yahoo!, and Facebook services, Box, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, GitHub, Alfresco, hyperlinks, FTP, WebDAV, (etc.) which may be accessed via either a direct integration with 12ish, or a third party intermediary service such as Filepicker.io (when accessing cloud-based files).
3. Everything you share with us on the website, except your email address and password, call recordings, payment information (maintained by PayPal), and your phone number (which we keep encrypted in our database and do not share) is public, and does not constitute personal or private information.
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