Here’s all the fine print you should probably be aware of when agreeing to a Waimea Business solution with Waimea Digital’s digital marketing and SEO expert Manchester team.
The following terms and conditions are accepted upon signing the purchase agreement and are applied in all relationships between Waimea Digital Ltd (hereinafter referred to as Waimea) and the Customer. Derogation of these conditions must be stated in the purchase agreement or as a written annex signed by both parties.
1.1. The Product
Waimea delivers a comprehensive website solution consisting of website, content and marketing, as specified here: www.waimea.co.uk/business/features
An unlimited license is granted for all texts written by Waimea to the Customer. All other intellectual property rights remain property of Waimea Digital Ltd.
1.3. Startup and Operation
Prior to commencement of the work, Waimea must use some information from the customer. Refer to the e-book “Getting Started with Waimea Business”, which describes the process in detail. It can be downloaded here: www.waimea.co.uk/business/downloads/
If the customer’s delivery of the required material is delayed, the customer must accept delay in relation to the development and activation of the completed website.
By default, the customer can make corrections once on the website before it is enabled on the operating domain.
1.4. Conclusion, extent and termination of the agreement
Waimea may notify changes to these Terms and Conditions with a notice of 60 days.
The agreement is valid when the offer from Waimea has been accepted by the Customer. The agreement is binding on both parties until terminated in accordance with the terms below.
The customer can terminate the agreement with a month’s notice, unless otherwise agreed in the purchase agreement. The termination of the customer must be sent in writing, either per email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or per mail, Waimea Digital Ltd, which then sends a confirmation of termination to Customer’s email.
Waimea may terminate the agreement with 30 days notice until the end of a month.
During the term of the agreement and up to 30 days after termination, the customer may access a continuously updated copy of the total database of the website containing all texts and images. Terms of access to this copy and use of the material are described in more detail in the e-book: “Moving away from Waimea Business”, which can be downloaded here: www.waimea.co.uk/business/downloads
Links that Waimea has conveyed to Customer’s website is not actively removed after termination.
1.5. Failure of the agreement
Any material breach by the Customer, entitles Waimea to terminate the Agreement with immediate effect. In case of default, Customer is liable to Waimea in accordance with Danish law.
Waimea strives that the services provided are always available. Waimea, however, disclaims any liability for loss or damage, directly or indirectly, which may result from interruptions, disturbances or deficiencies in the service Waimea has to deliver to the Customer after the agreement. Waimea can not be held responsible for services provided by third parties & subcontractors.
Likewise, any liability that may result from the Customer’s use of illegal material, as well as material that violates third party rights, may be waived on the Website. Customer agrees to waive Waimea for any claim that may be directed against Waimea on that occasion.
Waimea can not be held liable if material supplied by the Customer is lost, damaged or erased.
Waimea reserves the right to make repairs, perform maintenance or the like even if this causes temporary shutdown at the customer. In such cases, Waimea aims to notify operating stoppages in advance, but the customer can not settle claims against Waimea as a result of or related thereto.
1.7. Transfer of rights
Waimea may assign to the third party the technical operation of any service, and any related additional services, if this can happen on unchanged terms for the Customer.
1.8. Prices and billing
All prices quoted are in British Pounds Sterling and are exclusive of value added tax (VAT).
When signing a contract, you will be billed for the startup costs, as well as the first month’s subscription. You will then be billed once per month of subscription, as well as the agreed surcharge.
Amounts due will be due no later than ten (10) days from the invoice date. In case of late payment, the amount due is 1.5% per month from the due date. A fee of £10 per reminder will be charged. In principle, two rewritings are sent at least 10 days apart. Waimea also reserves the right to claim collection fees and collection fees.
If Waimea has not yet received payment, Waimea reserves the right to surrender the balance to third parties in connection with debt collection, which will incur additional costs for the customer.
In any case, Waimea reserves the right to terminate access to both the website and the email until Waimea’s balance is paid in full.
Waimea reserves the right, even after termination of the agreement, to use the Customer’s name and website in the marketing of Waimea’s products.
1.10. Law and jurisdiction
Disputes between the customer and Waimea, which cannot be resolved by negotiation, shall be settled under the local law at Waimea’s registered office.
The above terms are legal formalities. But we always strive to make our customers happy. So if there are any problems please call us and we’ll fix things together. Don’t forget, you can always terminate the collaboration for the current month +30 days.
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