1. Acceptance of Our Terms and ConditionsIt is not necessary for any Client to have signed an acceptance of these terms and conditions for them to apply. If a Client accepts a quote then the Client will be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the terms applying and have accepted these terms and conditions in full. Please read these terms and conditions carefully. Any purchase or use of our services implies that you have read and accepted our terms and conditions.
3. Our No Deposit PolicyOur no deposit policy applies only to customers whom we believe to be low risk in terms of ability to pay on completion of the job in hand. Our criteria as to what makes a customer low risk is purely discretionary. If we believe a customer does not have the ability to pay we reserve the right to ask for the full amount up front or decline the job.
Our standard deposit terms are but not restricted to: 50% deposit up front on web and design projects with the remainder of the balance due for work carried out to be made within a 7 day period of said works being completed.
5. Additional ChargesA brief shall be provided by you to us prior to work commencing. Once finalised, any subsequent additions to said brief will result in extra charges. Also, on completion of the work to your verbal or written satisfaction we will make the website go live. Once live, as far as we are concerned the website is completed and finished. ANY and ALL changes to content past this point will be charged.
7. Failure to Provide Website ContentAll website content - text, images etc - must be provided by you to us in advance of starting work on your project. Failure to provide us with information when asked for may result in delays and extra cost. Content provided to us in excess of 1 month of us commencing work may result in us choosing to terminate the project without refund. By starting a project with us you also agree not to unreasonably withhold approval of the agreed staged development or the completed website.
9. Copyright InfringementWe cannot be held responsible for any content on your website that is subject to copyright law and might be in breach of copyright. It is your responsiblity to ensure that any material you provide us with (text, images, video, sound) for inclusion on your website is either your creation - thus you have ownership of copyright, or if it is secondary material you have permission of use from the copyright owner.