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If you fit one or more of the above areas, then you can use one of our badges on your site to let people now!

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Just to cover us.... (Some legal stuff they say I need to include here....) These badges cannot be changed in any way, nor can you use them in any way other than what we have specified here unless you obtain our written permission. We reserve the right to ask that these be removed at any time.



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