This website, in it’s entirety, is subject to copyright. The copyright owner being Cheap Deals UK Limited.

The following rules apply to every single visitor, without exception. In particular, they cover the daily health and fitness news blog as well as the static informational and sales / squeeze pages related to The Definition Method.

Cheap Deals UK Limited reserves the right to change this Copyright Notice at any time and without prior warning, although we shall do so only where it is absolutely necessary, and following potential breaches to our copyright and intellectual property.

ALL rights, including copyright, in the content of these pages fall under the exclusive ownership of Cheap Deals UK Limited.

Except when it has been explicity stated to the contrary, visitors to this website are allowed :

1. To save locally on their computer or take a print out of the editorial pages from ONLY for their own personal (and non commercial) reasons.

For the avoidance of any doubt whatsoever, visitors are NOT allowed:

2. To transfer data from, download, promote, copy, store (in any form), display, spread, share, commercially exploit, play in public or make modifications to any of the text based, video and audio content of this website for any other purpose whatsoever (other than those contained in point 1 above) without the prior and express written permission from Cheap Deals UK Limited.

We spend a great deal of time and effort creating value-added content for this website. And it is for this reason that we have chosen to protect our work by partnering with Copyscape, the online plagiarism detector.

Please be careful to NOT fall foul of our copyright as we have in the past, and will continue to operate a zero tolerance policy against on and offline plagiarism

Those that are found to be in breach of our copyright will be served with an immediate notice of Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) infringement.

Without exception, Cheap Deals UK Limited will also initiate further legal proceedings against such parties to recover our losses, maintain our brand, and to protect our intellectual property associated with