Terms and Conditions

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General Provisions

These conditions only apply to "Businesses" ie a person (which includes companies) acting for the purpose of their trade, business or profession. In these terms and conditions "you" and "your" refer to each customer and its agents, including each person listed in your account information as being associated with your account, and "we", "us" and "our" refer collectively to Namesco Limited ("Namesco") (Company number 03913408) having its registered office at Acton House, Perdiswell Park, Worcester, Worcs WR3 7GD and its Group Companies (from time to time). "Group Companies" means Namesco, its Holding Companies, its Subsidiaries and the Subsidiaries of any of its Holding Companies from time to time ("Holding Company" and "Subsidiary" having the meanings set out in section 1159 Companies Act 2006). Namesco Limited is part of the Dada Group of Companies.

These terms and conditions, our Acceptable Use Policy Service Level Agreement (in relation to Dedicated Hosting) and Refund Policy, all accessible at www.names.co.uk/info/terms, and the order form on our website at www.names.co.uk comprise the agreement between you and us ("Contract"). If You have purchased Microsoft products You also agree to be bound by the Microsoft End User Licence Terms Agreement. Customers purchasing .XXX Domain Names also agree to be bound by The Registration of .XXX Domain Names which is accessible at http://www.names.co.uk/info/terms/xxx-domain-terms. This Contract explains our obligations to you and your obligations to us in relation to the service(s) you purchase.

  1. Scope of Agreement and changes to the terms and conditions
    1. Sections 1 to 13 of these terms and conditions apply to any of our services that you purchase ("general provisions").
    2. In addition to the general provisions:
      1. Schedule A applies specifically to our Domain Name Registration services,
      2. Schedule B applies specifically to our Email services and webmail services,
      3. Schedule C applies specifically to our website hosting and server rental services and should be read in conjunction with our Dedicated Master Service Agreement,
      4. Schedule D applies specifically to our Broadband services,
      5. Schedule E applies specifically to Dial-Up connection services,
      6. Schedule F applies specifically to Ecomcarts, software,
      7. Schedule G applies specifically to our Affiliates Scheme,
      8. Schedule H applies specifically to web design
      9. Schedule J applies specifically to our HyperSubmit Service
      10. Schedule K applies specifically to our SiteMaker Service
      11. Schedule L applies specifically to our Ecommerce Service
      12. Schedule M applies specifically to our Keywords Service
      13. Schedule N applies specifically to our Servers
      14. Schedule O applies specifically to our Cloudsite Service
      15. Schedule P applies specifically to our Office 365 Service
    3. It is important to notethat if you purchase any of our services bundled together as a package, (for example you purchase a package that includes both a domain name and a webspace as opposed to purchasing these separately), termination of any part of the services may result in termination of all the services provided as part of that bundled package.
    4. We may alter or amend the terms and conditions at any time for any valid reason upon giving you not less than twenty one (21) days notice in advance by post, email, and/or by posting the alteration on our website at www.names.co.uk/info/terms, setting out the reasons for this alteration and the date it is to take effect. If we send the notice by post or email we will send it to the address last notified to us (see clause 2 for your obligation to keep your information up to date). Except where the change is as a result of legislative or regulatory requirements, if you do not wish to continue with the service as a result of the change to the terms and conditions, you may terminate the Contract without penalty by giving us written notice to reach us not less than seven (7) days before the date when the alteration to our terms and conditions is to take effect. If we do not receive such a notice from you prior to that date, and/or if you continue to use the service after sending us a notice, you will be deemed to have accepted the alteration.
    5. We reserve the right to refuse orders for any reason. Where we do refuse an order, we will notify you that the order will not be processed. If the order has been processed and you have paid our charges before we notify you that your order has been refused the charges you have paid will be refunded.
  2. Provision of Information - your obligations
    1. You agree to:
      1. provide certain true, current, complete and accurate information about you as required by the application process; and
      2. maintain and update the information you provided to us when purchasing our services as necessary to keep it current, complete and accurate.
    2. We rely on this information to send you important information and notices regarding your account and our services, for example, information relating to the impending expiry and renewal date of a domain name or other service.
    3. We will not be liable in respect of the non-renewal of a service or registration of a domain name if you do not receive our renewal notice having failed to notify us of new contact details.
    4. You must ensure that all information submitted is correct as we may not be able to rectify errors.
  3. The Services
    1. We may need to change the service as a result of legislative, regulatory or other changes requiring us to do so. We will endeavour to provide you with not less than twenty one (21) days notice in advance of such alteration taking effect, but cannot always guarantee to do so.
    2. We may also need to temporarily suspend the service without notice in order to repair, maintain or improve the service or our network, or in an emergency. If we need to do this, we will try to keep you informed and will try to keep interruptions to a minimum, but we cannot always guarantee to do so.
    3. You must ensure that the service is used in accordance with these terms and conditions, our Acceptable Use Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms) and all applicable laws and regulations.
    4. Unless otherwise specified the services do not include back up of your data. You are responsible for the back up of your own files and data, for your own internal network and all equipment that is connected to the Internet. In particular, it is your responsibility to ensure that your firewalls and anti-virus protection are kept up to date and are sufficient for your needs.
    5. We may record calls or monitor them for training and security purposes.
  4. Duration
    1. Unless otherwise specified the Contract will start when we accept your order for service(s), which we will acknowledge in writing by sending you an email to the email address notified to us in your order and will continue in accordance with the terms applicable to a particular service and for the subscription period applicable to the service(s) in question (as displayed on our website atwww.names.co.uk/info/company/price-listfrom time to time and confirmed by us in writing).
    2. At least four (4) weeks prior to expiry of the applicable subscription period, we will remind you of the impending expiry of the services (by notice to the then current email and postal address specified by you on your account. The service will lapse unless we receive payment for the extended term of the subscription. We will not be liable in respect of the non-renewal of a service if, having sent you a renewal notice, we do not receive notice of renewal and the applicable payment, or if you fail to notify us of a change of contact details.
    3. The Contract (and any subscription for service(s)) may be terminated early by you or us pursuant to clause 6 of these terms and conditions.
  5. Charges and Payment Methods
    1. Charges are payable as specified in the specific terms and conditions relating to the service(s) in question and are due on an ongoing basis until this Contract is terminated.
    2. The charges are inclusive of any third party disbursements that we may make on your behalf, for example registration fees payable to the applicable domain name registry.
    3. VAT and other taxes and duties (where applicable) are payable in addition to the charges for the service(s) and for EU customers VAT rates are determined by your country of residence.
    4. If you do not make payment on the due date, we will:
      1. be entitled to charge you interest on the amount owing (both before and after judgment) on the amount unpaid at the rate of 4% per annum above the base rate from time to time of HSBC plc, such interest accruing on a daily basis from the date that payment falls due until the date that payment is made in full, and/or
      2. suspend the service(s) until payment is made in full, and/or
      3. terminate the Contract in whole or in part and cease providing the service(s).
    5. Please refer to our web site for our refund policy www.names.co.uk/info/terms).
    6. any payment paid to us by you in payment of the request and/or services, is not honoured for any reason:
      1. registration and/or the service to which the payment relates will be suspended pending payment of the outstanding account in full together with a "failed payment" charge of £25 plus VAT.
      2. you will not be able to register new domains or set up new services or transfer services away but services already paid for will continue to operate. The commencement date of the Contract is the time of the order. Monthly and auto-renewable services may be terminated by not less than ten (10) working days notice, via your online Account with us, expiring on your billing date for the product specified in your Account with us.
    7. Where you have made duplicate or multiple payments in respect of a product or service and then require a duplicate payment or multiple payments to be refunded, Namesco reserve the right to charge a £10.00 plus VAT admin fee prior to a refund being issued or deduct a £10.00 plus VAT admin fee from any refund issued. For the avoidance of doubt, the £10.00 plus VAT admin fee will be deducted from each individual payment that is being requested for refund.
    8. Where a payment is made to us via bank transfer of any kind, all bank charges incurred will be your responsibility.
    9. Where you have opted either online, or through one of our representatives, to pay for any services on a monthly basis by Direct Debit:
      1. you agree that the first payment for the service will be taken by credit or debit card and all subsequent monthly payments will be taken via Direct Debit.
      2. we will send you advance notice by email to the email address specified on your online account giving details of the service the Direct Debit relates to, the total amount, the frequency and date when the amount will be collected.
      3. we confirm that the advance notice will be sent to you at least seven (7) days before the date when the Direct Debit will be collected.
      4. an advance notice will only be sent when a Direct Debit is setup or modified.
      5. in the event that more than one signatory is required for payment authorisation on any Bank or Building Society account, you confirm that you will print off and return to our Customer Care Department, Namesco Limited, Acton House, Perdiswell Park, Worcester, WR3 7GD, by recorded delivery, the Direct Debit mandate prior to any Direct Debit being set up. On receipt of the mandate we will proceed to set up the Direct Debit and you will receive advance notice of such Direct Debit in accordance with clause 5i(ii), (iii) and (iv) above.
      6. we will not initiate any Direct Debit on your account unless authorisation has been received by you.
      7. if the Direct Debit fails we will send an email to the email address listed on your online Account to advise you of the failure. You agree that under these circumstances any future payments will be taken from the credit or debit card listed on your Account until such time as the Direct Debit is authorised by the Bank or Building Society or until you contact us to make alternative payment arrangements.
      8. in the event that you change Bank or Building Society we will be notified of such change by BACS and any existing Direct Debit for the service will be cancelled. An email will then be sent to you to request that you setup a new Direct Debit via your online Account. You agree that under these circumstances any future payments will be taken from the credit or debit card listed on your Account until such time as any new Direct Debit is setup or until such time as you contact us to make alternative payment arrangements.
      9. following cancellation of any Direct Debit you authorise us to take any future payments for the service, to which the Direct Debit relates, from the credit or debit card listed on your Account. If you wish to terminate the service, please refer to our general and specific terms and conditions.
      10. in the event that you terminate the service, but we have not received any instructions from you with regard to cancellation of the Direct Debit associated with the service, you authorise us to take any outstanding payments for the service from the credit or debit card listed on your Account and then to cancel the Direct Debit with your Bank or Building Society.
      11. you can cancel any Direct Debit, at any time. If you wish to cancel any Direct Debit you can either:
        1. write to your Bank or Building Society, sending a copy of the letter to us; or
        2. send an enquiry to the Customer Care Department from the support section of your online account ten (10) working days prior to the next monthly renewal date for the service. We confirm that any cancellation for a Direct Debit via an enquiry will be completed within three (3) working days of the receipt of the enquiry.
      12. following cancellation of any Direct Debit you authorise us to take any future payments for the service, to which the Debit Debit relates, from the credit or debit card used for the first payment of the service. If you wish to terminate the service, please refer to our general and specific terms and conditions.
      13. in the event that you terminate the service, but we have not received any instructions from you with regard to cancellation of the Direct Debit associated with the service, you authorise us to take any outstanding payments for the service from the credit or debit card used for the first payment of the service and then to cancel the Direct Debit with your Bank or Building Society.
    10. Renewals
      1. Where you have opted for payment method 'auto-renewal' of the services due after 1 January 2008, we will advise you of the impending expiry of the services and give you notice that we will be automatically charging your Credit/Debit card. The notice will be sent to the then current email address specified by you on your Account.) In the event the payment fails, we will notify you via e-mail and it will be your responsibility to make alternative payment arrangements for your service renewal. We will not be liable in respect of the non-renewal of a service if, having sent you a renewal notice, we do not receive notice of renewal and the applicable payment, or if you fail to notify us of a change of contact details.
      2. It is your responsibility to ensure that any products/services which you have selected to auto renew through your account with us, have valid up-to-date credit/debit card details assigned to it/them at all times. We cannot be held responsible for failed payments or loss of any product or service(s) as a result of invalid, expired or missing credit/debit card details.
  6. Termination and suspension
    1. The Contract may be terminated by you:
      1. at the renewal date by not renewing the subscription in accordance with clause 4b and/or
      2. with immediate effect on giving us written notice of termination, if we are in material breach of any obligation under the Contract and, where we can remedy that breach, have failed to do so within thirty (30) days of receiving notice from you specifying the breach and requiring its remedy; and/or
      3. with immediate effect on giving us written notice of termination, if we have an order made or resolution passed to be wound up (otherwise than for the purpose of a scheme for solvent amalgamation or reconstruction); and/or
      4. on a change to the terms and conditions, by serving us notice in accordance with clause 1d.
    2. We may terminate the Contract:
      1. with immediate effect on giving you written notice of termination, if you are in material breach of any obligation under the Contract and, except in relation to payment, where that breach can be remedied by you, have failed to do so within thirty (30) days of receiving notice from us specifying the breach and requiring remedy of that breach; and/or
      2. with immediate effect on giving you written notice of termination, pursuant to clause 5d(iii);
      3. with immediate effect on giving you written notice of termination of breach any provision of our Acceptable Use Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms)
      4. with immediate effect on giving you written notice of termination, if you provide any false, inaccurate, incomplete or misleading information, or if you fail to correct material errors or omissions relating to any information supplied by you, resulting in that information becoming false, inaccurate, incomplete or misleading; and/or
      5. with immediate effect on us giving you written notice of termination, if you become insolvent, have a receiver appointed over the whole or any part of your assets, enter into any composition with creditors, or have an order made or resolution passed to be wound up (otherwise than for the purposes of a scheme for solvent amalgamation or reconstruction) or, where you are an individual or partnership, if you become bankrupt, make a voluntary arrangement with your creditors or have a receiver or administrator appointed; and/or
      6. with immediate effect on giving you notice if we lose any licence or permission necessary to carry out the service(s). In such a case, however, we will be entitled to terminate the Contract in part if any other service(s) are not affected by the loss of such licence or permission.
      7. with immediate effect on serving written notice notice if the supply of the service and/or additional services to you may (in our reasonable opinion) expose us to the risk of litigation or other civil or criminal proceedings.
    3. You acknowledge that, except for a partial termination by us pursuant to clause 6b(vi), termination of the Contract for any reason will result in us ceasing to provide all the service(s), with all the consequences that flow from such cessation, including (but not limited to), deletion of hosting account(s) and mailboxes.
    4. If you terminate the Contract during the initial subscription period as specified in the specific terms and conditions applicable to the service, or the acknowledgement of order, as the case may be, we may be entitled to charge you a cancellation fee equivalent to the subscription fee for the initial period, less any sums paid by you for that initial period. Please refer to the specific terms and conditions for more information on this.
    5. We may, at our sole discretion and without prejudice to any rights we may have to terminate the Contract, suspend the provision of the service(s) immediately on sending you written notice if:
      1. we are entitled to terminate the Contract pursuant to 6b, or
      2. we need to comply with an order, instruction or request of government, an emergency services organisation or other competent administrative or regulatory authority which affects our ability to provide the service, or
      3. we reasonably believe you will fail to pay any amount due under the Contract.
  7. Hardware and Software
    1. Where the service(s) comprise the supply of hardware or software, use of this hardware and software is licensed to you and unless otherwise specified in the specific terms relating to the applicable service, title to this does not pass to you at any time. Title remains with us and/or our suppliers.
    2. On termination of the Contract for whatever reason you will at your cost return the hardware to the supplier via our returns procedure within seven days. If you fail to return the hardware within seven days you shall pay us the full replacement cost of the hardware which is not returned which may be deducted by us from any refund due to you.
    3. You undertake to use the hardware and software in accordance with our instructions and with their respective licences. You undertake not to modify the hardware or software in any way.
  8. Liability
    1. We exclude all liability of any kind in respect of:
      1. information supplied by you, third party information on our website, or any other material on the Internet which can be accessed via our website or using the service(s), and we are not responsible in any way for any goods (including software) or services provided by third parties advertised, sold or otherwise made available by means of the service(s) or on the Internet;
      2. the accuracy, completeness or suitability for any purpose of any content supplied by us or content providers from time to time and which is received via our website or via the Internet, email or service(s). For the purposes of this clause, "content" shall mean data, information, software, photographs, video graphics, music, sound and other material appearing on or available through the service(s);
      3. any material you publish or otherwise display on your website;
      4. breaches of security or unauthorised use of any domain name(s) registered through us, websites hosted through us or servers rented from us arising from "hacking" or otherwise. It is your responsibility to ensure that your website is secure from unauthorised access.
    2. We will not be liable for any loss or damage, whether direct or indirect, which you may suffer as a result of service or systems failure (whether caused by systems or services under our control or otherwise) including but not limited to domain name system failure, server failure, access delays or interruptions, data non-delivery or mis-delivery, or delays in the provision of services.
    3. We will not be liable for the loss of any emails sent to mailboxes of any configuration or sent from email accounts related to services provided by us. We are not responsible for any email stored in mailboxes provided by us.
    4. We will undertake regular maintenance updates to our systems and services, and will endeavour to ensure that our website and systems are free from viruses and other disabling devices. However we will not be liable for any damages or losses whether direct or indirect that you may suffer as a result of any virus, Trojan or other disabling device that affects the service(s) or systems under our control or otherwise. It is your responsibility to ensure that your network and systems are adequately protected against any viruses, Trojan or other disabling devices.
    5. Insofar as any part of the service(s) depends on or is supplied by other telecommunications operators, we are not responsible for their reliability or quality.
    6. We will not be liable to you either in Contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise for direct or indirect loss of profits, loss of use of profits, goodwill, actual or anticipated savings, loss of production and operation time, nor for any indirect or consequential loss or damage, or for any destruction or loss of or corruption to data. It is your responsibility to ensure that all data stored on servers is backed up as necessary for you.
    7. Our liability to you in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise in relation to the Contract and the service(s) is limited to £5,000 for one incident or series of incidents.
    8. Except as expressly provided in the Contract, all warranties, conditions and other terms implied by statute or common law are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
  9. Indemnity
    1. You must indemnify us and keep us indemnified against all and any losses, claims, damages, costs, charges, expenses and other liabilities which we may sustain or incur arising out of or in connection with:
      1. any breach by you of any provision of the Acceptable Use Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms), and/or
      2. any negligence, recklessness or unlawful misconduct by you, your agents or employees in the performance of your obligations under the Contract.
  10. Complaints
    1. In the unlikely event that you are not satisfied with our products and services, please see our Code of Practice (www.names.co.uk/info/terms). If we are not able to satisfy your complaint about our services, then your complaint can also be addressed to the Online Dispute Resolution website at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/ an official website managed by the European Commission dedicated to helping consumers and traders resolve their disputes out-of-court. If you wish to use the Online Dispute Resolution service please also contact us at ADR@names.co.uk.
  11. Personal Information
    1. By registering for the service(s) you consent to us using and/or disclosing any personal information as follows:
      1. for processing your application, which may involve a credit check which, in the case of an individual, may record that a credit check has been made and disclosing your personal and account information to a bank for the purposes of setting up a direct debit arrangement; and
      2. if necessary, providing or arranging for third parties to provide customer care facilities and bill you for the service, which may involve disclosing your personal information to third parties solely for those purposes.
      3. we may retain information that you provide and from time to time may use this information to offer you other services that we feel may be of interest to you both from us and other companies. We may contact you by post or e-mail. If you do not wish to receive this information please let us know either by e-mail using the unsubscribe link given on our mailings or by telephoning us on 0345 363 3630 and we will amend our records.
  12. Notices
    1. All notices which are required to be given under the Contract must be sent as follows:
      1. To us by logging an enquiry through your online Control Panel or by writing to us by first class registered post at Acton House, Perdiswell Park, Worcester, WR3 7GD.
      2. To you by email transmission or first or second class post to the email or postal address registered on the Contact Details page of your online Control Panel on the date when notice is sent (see clause 2 for your obligation to keep your information up to date)
      3. Any notice delivered to you shall be deemed to have been received by you:
        1. by email transmission on the date notice is sent;
        2. by first or second class post three working days after the date notice is sent
      4. Any notice delivered to us by logging an enquiry through your online Control Panel and/or by first class registered post shall only be deemed to have been received and accepted by us on acknowledgment to you by email (this does not include any auto responder sent by us) or by signing for the registered post.
  13. General
    1. You may not transfer or sub-license the Contract or the service(s).
    2. We may transfer the Contract to any group or associated company and to any business taking over the supply of the service(s) or any part of the service. We may also sub-contract the service(s) or any part of the service(s).
    3. If any part of the Contract between us is found to be illegal or unenforceable, this will not affect the validity and enforceability of the remainder of the Contract.
    4. Any delay or failure by either of us in enforcing any right under the Contract is not a waiver of that right and will not prevent that right or any other right or remedy from being exercised or enforced.
    5. This Contract constitutes the entire agreement between us relating to the provision of the service(s) and supersedes any previous agreements relating to the service(s).
    6. In the Contract we are independent contractors and nothing in the Contract will give rise to any joint venture or partnership between us.
    7. Nothing in this Contract confers or is intended to confer any rights on any third party by virtue of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.
    8. The provision of the service(s) and the application of these terms and conditions and interpretation of the Contract are governed by English law and subject to the jurisdiction of the English courts. Where you are a small business customer with five (5) or less employees, you may also use the dispute resolution forum specified in our Code of Practice (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).
    9. Neither of us shall be liable for any breach of our obligations hereunder where the breach results from causes beyond our control including, without limitation, restrictions of a legal or regulatory nature ("force majeure") and we have acted reasonably and prudently to prevent and to minimise the effect of such causes. For the avoidance of doubt:
      1. where you suffer a force majeure event, you shall still be liable to pay any charges or fees which become due and payable for services supplied by us during the event of force majeure.
      2. where we suffer the event of force majeure, you shall not be liable to pay for services not delivered by us
    10. You agree that we may disclose your personal information to third parties in the event that we sell or buy any business or assets, in which case we may disclose your personal data to the prospective seller or buyer of such business or assets. Any disclosure of personal information will be strictly controlled and made fully in accordance with current UK legislation, in particular the UK Data Protection Act 1998.

SCHEDULE A

Terms and conditions relating to our Domain Name Registration Service

  1. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us either using the on-line order form or through one of our representatives and must indicate the domain names that are to be registered, full details of the registered proprietor, and, where the domain name ends in .ltd.uk or .plc.uk, inform us of a valid company registration number for the proposed registered owner of the domain name.
    2. You must ensure that all information submitted is correct as we may not be able to rectify errors.
    3. You are responsible for ensuring that you have complied with the registration criteria and obtained all consents and authorisations necessary in respect of the registration or transfer of the domain names.
    4. Individuals who do not wish their address details to be published on the Nominet WHOIS database (where applicable) must inform us of this at the time of ordering the domain name. Businesses cannot opt out of the publication of their details but may offer an alternate address such as a P.O. Box.
    5. We reserve the right to refuse orders for any reason. Where we do refuse an order, we will notify you that the order will not be processed. If the order has been processed and you have paid our charges they will be refunded.
    6. We will endeavour to meet any dates agreed for the obtaining of the names and domains specified by you, but this date is an estimate only and we will not be liable for any delay.
    7. If we accept your order, the processing of your request will start immediately.
  2. Services
    1. We provide domain name services on an "as available" basis. Our acceptance of your application to register a domain name is not an acknowledgement by us that the domain name is available. The success or failure of domain name registration depends on many factors outside our control and we cannot therefore guarantee that your application will be successful. Your application to register the domain name is therefore subject to the successful registration of the domain name at the applicable domain name registry/registrar. A successful registration is shown by the domain name being displayed on the WHOIS directory of the registry/registrar as being registered to you.
    2. Subject to paragraph 4 (c) below if a domain name is not successfully registered with the registry/registrar or if we do not accept your order for whatever reason, we will refund the registration fee you paid to us. However, we will not be liable to you for any loss or damage arising or resulting from any inability to register the domain name or from us not accepting your order and we will not be responsible for any costs incurred or other steps taken by you in anticipation of the registration or transfer of a domain name prior to receipt of official confirmation of such registration or transfer.Neither will we be liable to refund the registration fees if, for any reason after registration, you have to relinquish the domain name or if you cancel your order.
    3. You should note that any domain name registered, whether or not by us, may subsequently be challenged and/or cancelled by parties other than us.
    4. The Customer Client accepts and recognises that Namesco will publish courtesy pages containing advertisements on the Domain name of the customer in the absence of Customer's content; the Customer is free to remove the courtesy page at his/her sole discretion using the tools at his/her disposal. The Customer accepts and recognises that he/she will not be provided any kind of remuneration in relation with the courtesy pages.
    5. You agree that we will be registered as the Administrative Contact for all domain names registered for you or held on your behalf.
    6. You agree that we may, at any time and without notice, change the domain name Registrar or other supplier with which/whom we manage your domain name(s).

      To do so may require us to perform a "Registrar Transfer". In which case, you authorise us to act on your behalf in this regard and transfer the domain name(s) to our chosen supplier. You agree that any transfer authorisation emails will be dealt with by us as the authorised Administrative Contact for the domain name(s).

      We will endeavour to perform such transfers in a transparent manner, with no service disruption or the loss of any domain management facilities previously available to you.

      You acknowledge that by us performing a Registrar Transfer, the domain name(s) will be blocked from transferring to any other domain name registrar for a period of 60 days from the date the transfer is completed.

  3. Charges and Payment
    1. We require payment in advance for the registration and renewal of all domain names.
    2. Our charges for registration and renewal, which include third party disbursements (for example the registry/registrar's fees), can be viewed at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/or by contacting us on 0845 363 3630 .
    3. The disbursements and our charges represent the initial costs for the registration of a domain name and you acknowledge that continued use of a domain name may expose you to additional charges payable to the local domain name registry/registrar, for example on renewal. You are liable for any such charges. The charges and disbursements charged to you will remain fixed for the initial term of the Contract (such as twelve (12) months or twenty four (24) months as applicable or notified to you). You will be given at least 4 weeks' notice of changes for the renewal term.
    4. Our charges for transferring a domain name are in accordance with paragraph 7 of this Schedule A.
    5. No refund will be given if:
      1. termination takes place within the existing registration period of the domain name.
      2. the domain name was renewed through the renewal template of the registry/registrar.
      1. You acknowledge that if you upgrade your .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info or .mobi domain name(s) to include the Private Registration service the fee is non-refundable as once an upgrade has been processed we will not receive any refund from the Registry/Registrar should the Private Registration service be cancelled by you.
      2. You acknowledge that the Private Registration service can only be purchased for whole year periods and will run from the point at which you upgrade, until the domain(s) current renewal date.
  4. Cancellation
    1. You are entitled to cancel an order for a domain name subject to the following terms:
      1. if we have not started processing the order, it will be cancelled subject to your paying a cancellation charge of £10 plus VAT;
      2. if we have started processing the order then (irrespective of whether or not the cancellation request is received within four (4) hours) it will be cancelled subject to your paying our full charges (including the Local Administration Costs, but only if these have been incurred) and the cancellation fee referred to in clause 4.a.i above.
    2. Refund requests following cancellation are generally dealt with and processed weekly. Where you have paid us by credit/debit card for the purchase of the service, we will endeavour to issue the refund to the credit/debit card used. In cases where this is not possible, a cheque will be raised to the company name in the first instance on your account. If no company name is stored, the cheque will be made payable to the individual's name held on the account.
    3. Registration criteria for each domain name are displayed on the domain name search results page,www.names.co.uk/order/domains/index. If you continue to process your order after seeing the specific requirements but do not meet them you will only be entitled to a refund of 70% of the transaction cost. We will retain the balance as a contribution towards the administrative and other costs we have incurred.
    4. Where you have chosen not to renew a domain name with an international suffix, the domain registry/registrar may require you to complete and submit a domain name cancellation form before the domain name can be cancelled in its entirety.
    5. Under these circumstances we will forward to you any form(s) for signature and you must return it/them to us. You accept that it shall be your responsibility to ensure that we are in receipt of the completed form.
    6. Failure to complete and return the cancellation form to us will result in the international domain name being renewed by the registry/registrar at cost to us. This cost, and any additional costs that the registry/registrar may impose on us, will be invoiced to you and should be paid immediately on receipt of such invoice. You accept that we reserve the right to engage a third party debt collection agency in order to obtain any outstanding monies.
    7. You accept that the international domain name will not be cancelled, even if you have given us written confirmation that you do not wish to renew the international domain name, until such time as the registry/registrar are in receipt of your completed form and that you will be responsible for all ongoing costs in relation to the international domain name until such time as the registry/registrar have acknowledged to us that your international domain name has been cancelled in its entirety.
  5. Domain name registry/registrar and indemnity
    1. You agree and acknowledge that registration and use of the domain name is subject to the acceptable use policies, rules and/or other terms and conditions of the registry/registrar. By submitting the order form to us, you agree to be bound by any such policies, rules and/or other terms and conditions and to fully and effectively indemnify us in respect of all losses, costs, expenses or liability suffered or incurred by us as a result of or arising out of any breach of these policies, rules and/or other terms and conditions. It is your responsibility to familiarise yourself with the policies, rules and other terms and conditions of the registry/registrar. Purchase of a .uk domain name indicates your acceptance of the terms and conditions of the registry, Nominet UK, which can be found at http://www.nominet.org.uk/nominet-terms.
    2. The Registrant has rights and obligations that have been established by the ICANN and which can be found at the following URL http://www.icann.org/en/registrars/registrant-rights-responsibilities-en.htm
  6. Duration and Renewal
    1. It is the Customer's sole responsibility to ensure that all of his/her registered domain names are renewed prior to their expiration dates. Once the Domain name expires, all associated services will be deactivated (hosting, email etc.). The Customer accepts and recognises that once a Domain name expires, he/she loses all rights on it.
      1. For gTLDs registered with Namesco only and when it is possible under the relevant Authority regulations, in case the Customer doesn't renew the domain name before the expiry date, the domain name will be held in the Customer's account at Namesco for 20 days following the expiration date ("Expiration Period") and the Customer may renew the domain name at any time during this period by paying the applicable registration fees and any past-due renewal fees. During the Expiration Period Namesco may publish courtesy pages containing advertisements on the Domain name of the customer. The Customer accepts and recognises that he/she will not be provided with any kind of remuneration in relation with the courtesy pages.
    2. The Customer accepts and recognises that once this Expiration Period is over, he/she loses all rights on the domain name. For gTLDs registered with Namesco only and when it is possible under the relevant Authority regulations, at the end of the Expiration period, the Customer formally accepts that Namesco reserves the right, at its own discretion, to either:
      1. transfer the property of the expired domain to its own name or to the name of any of the companies of the Dada Group and to renew the domain to its own name. The Customer hereby accepts that Namesco or the companies of the Dada Group will then become the legal Registrant of such domain name and have all the corresponding rights. Only in that case, the Customer will have the possibility to get the domain name backup to 90 days after the expiry date of the domain name, by paying all the applicable fees. Namesco will then transfer the property of the domain back to the Customer. After the end of the 90-day period, if the Customer doesn't exercise the rights under this provision, he/she will be deemed to have abandoned the domain name services, and to relinquish all interests and use of the domain name services; or
      2. renew the expired domain name at Namesco's costs, keeping the Whois data unchanged, and following the express approval of the Customer. In such case, all the Services associated to the Domain name will be deactivated (hosting, email etc.) and a courtesy page containing advertisements will appear. The Customer accepts and recognises that he/she will not be provided any kind of remuneration in relation with the courtesy pages. The Customer will remain the legal registrant of the domain, and he/she will be able to get the domain name back and recreate the associated services by ordering the domain name and the services at the price and under the contractual conditions applicable at the time of the Customer orders; or
      3. place the domain name under the "Redemption period" status shortly after the Expiration Period. In such case, the Customer will have the possibility to renew the domain name by paying all the applicable fees and any past-due renewal fees. If the domain name is not renewed by the Customer during the Redemption Period, the domain name will be deleted at the Authority and can be registered by anyone;
      4. or, to delete the domain at the Authority. In such cases, the domain will be released and can be registered by anyone. Namesco declines any and all liability in case the domain name is registered by any third-party. The Customer remains solely responsible for the non renewal of the domain name before the expiry date and for any consequences that may arise.
    3. The Customer formally accepts that it is Namesco's exclusive decision to opt for one or another of the options listed above. The Customer has no right whatsoever on such options and waives any right of contestation or claim in that respect.
      1. For ccTLDs, the Domain name expiration process will follow the relevant Authority regulations and processes. The Customer accepts and recognises that once a ccTLD expires, he/she loses all rights on the Domain name.
    4. A domain name, once registered, will fall due for renewal at the expiration of the registration period. We will notify you of the registration period applicable to your chosen domain names. It is your responsibility to monitor the renewal date of your domain name and ensure that we receive payment by the date it is due. You may advise us through one of our representatives or online that you do not wish to be reminded of renewal dates in which case we shall have no liability to you if you fail to renew.
    5. We require payment for the renewal of the domain names prior to the renewal date for the ongoing registration of those domain names. We reserve the right not to make payment to the registry/registrar unless payment has been made by you to us for this renewal.
    6. Unless you have notified us that you do not wish us to send you reminders of renewal dates, our sole obligation in relation to the renewal of domain names is to issue one reminder to you at your last notified email address and postal address about the renewal date of the relevant domain name. This obligation will lapse if your registration of the domain name lapses or terminates for any reason. We will not be liable in respect of the non-renewal of a domain name if, having sent you a renewal notice, we do not receive notice of renewal and the applicable payment, or if you fail to notify us of a change of address.
    7. The Contract is subject to the provisions relating to early termination in the general terms and conditions.
  7. Transfer
    1. Any request to transfer a domain name from us to a new provider must be done through your on-line control panel. If the panel advises you to contact us then your request for a transfer must be accompanied by written confirmation from you that you consent to the transfer. This confirmation must also include any additional information which we reasonably request.
    2. Where the transfer of any domain name has to be effected by your new provider, then, subject to your compliance with the terms of the Contract, we will co-operate with the new provider to allow the transfer to take place.
    3. We will only agree to the transfer to another service provider where you do not owe us any sums in respect of our domain name services, where you pay any applicable transfer fee to us (seewww.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/) and where you have provided us with all the necessary information to effect the transfer. You must ensure that all information provided is correct as we may not be able to rectify errors.
    4. On receipt of a transfer request, we will use our reasonable endeavours to process the transfer request, but will not be responsible for any delay in effecting such transfer due to acts or omissions of your current provider or new provider (as applicable) or the registry/registrar.
    5. If you require us to effect a change of registrant, we will advise you of the procedure and cost.
    6. Where a .UK NDO Plus domain name has been provided to you as part of a bundled service, the domain name is registered in the name of NDO Limited ( a Namesco company) and you are renting it from us. Our charge which is payable if you wish to buy the domain name or transfer it to another service provider, will be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/.
    7. Where a .uk domain is transferred to us, it is your responsibility to ensure you have an account with us and you have followed our .uk transfer in process in order for us to be able to accept and complete the domain transfer on your behalf. We cannot be held responsible for any domain name(s) that is/are rejected when you have not completed the .uk transfer in process through your account with us. If at any time the domain name needs to be removed from the account created and placed in another account with us (ie a reseller's account) then we will require authorisation from the legal registrant for the domain name for this to occur.
    8. When requesting the transfer of a gTLD domain name to our management, you acknowledge that:
      1. The domain name has been unlocked (if applicable) and the current provider is aware of, and willing to approve, the outbound transfer.
      2. Submission of a domain name transfer request to us does not guarantee that the transfer will be successful.
      3. Until such time as you receive a transfer completion notice issued by us, management of the domain name(s) being transferred remains your sole responsibility. This includes meeting renewal deadlines and paying any amounts owed to the existing provider.
      4. The transfer fee is valid for 60 days. If, after 60 days, we have been unable to transfer the domain name, the transfer fee will become payable again if you wish the transfer to continue.
  8. Indemnity
    1. You will indemnify us against all costs, claims, damages and losses incurred by us as a result of:
      1. any claims that any of the domain names infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party;
      2. any errors in any information provided by you in relation to any domain name transfers or registrations; and
      3. any act or omission by us in reliance on any information provided by you.
  9. Disputes
    1. If we become aware of any dispute with any other person or business or organisation regarding the domain names or any other of your domain names, we may, at our sole discretion, and without notice or liability to you, cease any further use or service of such domain names including, without limitation, deleting or suspending them from our computer systems, and/or making appropriate representations or providing information to any relevant authority or interested party.
  10. Interpretation
    1. If there is any conflict between the Contract and the terms and conditions of the registry/registrar the terms and conditions of the registry/registrar will take precedence.
  11. Malware Scans
    1. "Malware" means any programming (code, scripts, active content, or other computer instruction or set of computer instructions) designed, or is intended, to (i) block access to, prevent the use or accessibility of, or alter, destroy or inhibit the use of, a computer, computer program, computer operations, computer services or computer network, by authorized users; (ii) adversely affect, interrupt or disable the operation,security, or integrity of a computer, computer program, computer operations, computer services or computer network; (iii) falsely purport to perform a useful function but which actually perform a destructive or harmful function or perform no useful function but consume significant computer, telecommunications or memory resources; (iv) gain unauthorized access to or use of a computer, computer program, computer operations, computer services or computer network; (v) alter, damage,destroy, monitor, collect or transmit information within a computer, computer program, computer operations, computer services or computer network without the authorization of the owner of the information; (vi) usurp the normal operation of a computer, computer program, computer operations, computer services or computer network; or (vii) other abusive behavior. Malware includes, without limitation, various forms of crimeware, dialers, disabling devices, dishonest adware, hijackware, scareware, slag code (logic bombs), rootkits, spyware, Trojan horses, viruses, web bugs, and worms.
    2. Registrants and Customers hereby formally agree to the following:
      1. Permit the registry to perform, in its unlimited and sole discretion, scans or other views of websites for the purpose of detecting Malware or as necessary to protect the integrity, security or stability of the Registry systems ("Malware Scans");
      2. Ensure all communications with or to the Registry systems, the Registry, any other registry operated under an agreement with ICANN, or any ICANN-accredited registrar and all software, systems, or hardware used, shall be free of Malware. In the event any such Malware is introduced, Registrants and Customers will employ all necessary measures to eradicate the Malware and reduce the effects of the Malware at Registrant's / Customer's sole cost and expense, the Registrant and Customer recognize and accept that the Registrar reserves the right to take all necessary action to eradicate the Malware;
      3. Hereby grant the Registry all necessary licenses and consents and obtain such licenses and consents from all holders of rights in all websites, to permit the Registry or its agent(s) to (a) perform, in Registry's unlimited and sole discretion, Malware Scans; (b) collect, store, and process data gathered as a result of such Malware Scans; (c) disclose the results of such Malware Scan (including all data therefrom) to Registrar or its agents or designees; and (d) use the results of such Malware Scan (including all data therefrom) in connection with protecting the integrity, security or stability of the Registry systems and the Registry; and
      4. Agree that the results of any Malware Scan identifying Malware or potential Malware shall not be deemed to be confidential or proprietary information of Registrar, Registrant, Customer or other rights-holder.
    3. The Registry disclaims any and all warranties, representations or covenants that such Malware Scan will detect any and all Malware or that the Registry is responsible for notifying Registrar, any Registrant or any other person or entity of any Malware or cleaning any Malware from any systems. Registrant and Customer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Registry and its affiliates, suppliers, vendors and subcontractors, and ccTLD registry operators providing services with respect to the Domain Name, and their respective employees, directors, officers, representatives, agents and assigns ("Registry Affected Parties") from and against any and all claims, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses, including reasonable legal fees and expenses, arising out of or relating to, for any reason whatsoever, any Malware Scan, the failure to conduct a Malware Scan, the failure to detect any Malware, or the use of any data from Malware Scans. Registrant and Customer will not enter into any settlement or compromise of any such indemnifiable claim without the Registry Affected Party's prior written consent.
  12. Pre-order of .uk domain names
    1. All .uk domain pre-orders will be submitted when registration opens on 10th June 2014. Nominet requires registrant information to exactly match the corresponding .co.uk domain name and will validate registrant information. Failure to validate your information may lead to failure of registration. We will replicate subsequent changes to .co.uk registrant information on your matching .uk pre-order. .uk domain names available from 10th June will be registered to rights holders as a priority, and we are therefore unable to guarantee success of .uk orders. If your pre-order is not successful, we will refund the registration fee. All pre orders are subject to our terms and conditions as detailed above. Your attention is particularly drawn to Schedule A, paragraphs 2a and 2b of those terms and conditions.
  13. Pre-order of new gTLD domain names
    1. We cannot guarantee pre-registration rights will be assigned until the registration process is complete. In the event that the application is not successful, Namesco will refund the pre-registration fee to applicant. Should a non-refundable registry application fee be applicable, this will be clearly stated at point of purchase.
  14. Pre-order of One and Two letter .ie domain names.
    1. All applications for one or two letter .ie domain names are subject to our general terms and conditions, and Annex A above, in addition to those of .ie which can be found at https://www.iedr.ie/p30/registration-policy/
    2. Pre-order applications for a one or two letter .ie domain names during the “Landrush” phase must be completed before 22nd March 2016.
      1. To be eligible to pre-order a one or two letter .ie domain name during Landrush, you must meet the standard registration criteria of the IE Domain Registry and may be required to provide documentation as evidence of eligibility.
      2. In instances where multiple eligible applications are received for a single domain name, an auction process will take place with the highest bidder gaining the right to use the domain.
      3. Any supporting evidence required to prove the eligibility of the applicant must be supplied before the close of the Landrush period.
    3. All application fees are non-refundable.

SCHEDULE B

Terms and conditions for the provision of Email Services and WebMail Services

  1. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the on-line order form or through one of our representatives. The services must be used in respect of a registered domain name.
    2. If we accept your order, the processing of your request will start immediately.
  2. Services and Charges
    1. Details of our services and our price list will be found on our web site at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/
  3. Duration
    1. The Contract for email and webmail services will be for a period which depends on the package chosen ("Minimum Term") starting at the time the order is accepted after which it will expire unless it is renewed for a subsequent period. This is subject to the provisions for early termination set out in the general terms and conditions.
  4. Consequences of termination
    1. On termination for any reason, we will cease providing the services and your mailboxes will be deleted.
    2. If the termination is during the Minimum Term you will be liable to pay us the charges that would have arisen from the date of termination until the expiry of the Minimum Term.
    3. You acknowledge that with regard to the purchase of email services and webmail services, whether purchased annually or multi-year from us, eighty per cent (80%) of our charges relate to administration charges and are non-refundable. Twenty per cent (20%) of our charges relate to the ongoing cost for the email services and webmail services. On the cancellation of annual or multi-year email services or webmail services after the end of the Minimum Term the refund will be calculated on a pro rata basis of the twenty per cent (20%). Renewals of any annual or multi-year email services and web mail services will be on the same eighty per cent (80%) twenty per cent (20%) basis.
    4. If you have a monthly package you are not eligible for a refund.
    5. Please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).
  5. Mailbox
    1. Each mailbox has a storage quota. This may be by reference to the number of emails held, the size of attachments, or other methods we may specify. This is in place to protect your account and other accounts from potentially large volumes of email sent to a single address that could materially affect the email system server. Additional storage can be purchased through your control panel. It is your responsibility to ensure that your mailbox does not reach its allocated level. We will not be liable for any email lost due to full mailboxes. You can check your mailbox capacity from your control panel.
    2. We may occasionally need to change these limits either for operational reasons, or because we reasonably believe you have not been using the services in accordance with our Acceptable Use Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms). If we do so, we will endeavour to give you twenty one (21) days advance notice of the new limits by email and after that notice expires we may refuse to accept material and/or remove materials which exceed the relevant limits. Your e-mails will be stored on our clustered mail services until they are removed from our server.
    3. It is your responsibility to keep your password confidential and to change the password on a regular basis. We will not be liable for any data losses or security issues due to stolen or insecure passwords.
  6. Service availability
    1. We monitor the mail platform as a whole but do not monitor individual mailboxes. The server uses SMTP, a "store and forward" email protocol, to receive incoming and deliver outbound messages. By default, the mail platform attempts to deliver messages on a regular basis. If delivery is not achieved within twelve (12) hours, a delay notification is emailed to the sender. If delivery is not achieved within four (4) days, the message is returned to the sender.
  7. Storage Capacity
    1. Each account is allotted an aggregated storage capacity initially equal to the total storage capacity of all the mailboxes of that account.
  8. Maintenance
    1. In order to ensure good performance of the servers, we need to perform routine maintenance. This may mean that we need to take our servers off-line. Where possible, we perform such maintenance during off-peak hours. We will try to give you advance notice of any maintenance which requires the servers to be taken off-line by sending you an email to your notified email address on your Account or by posting an announcement on our service status page on our website.
  9. Security
    1. We try to ensure mailbox security and integrity of data at all times. However, despite our efforts, problems may occasionally arise. Where a problem does arise with a specific mailbox, it is your responsibility to inform us of this and we will use all reasonable efforts to resolve the problem. However, we do not guarantee that we can restore any lost or corrupted data and we will have no liability for the loss or corruption of any data. It is your responsibility to ensure that you back up your data as necessary for you.
    2. We provide anti-virus and anti-spam services for incoming e-mail. This service can be enabled and configured via the online control panel. While we do our best to remove all viruses and spam, we cannot guarantee that we will catch them all nor that no virus will reach your computer. We also cannot guarantee that non-spam messages will never be marked as spam.
  10. Ownership of data and indemnity
    1. All data created or stored by you within our applications and servers are your property.
    2. We will allow access to such data only by our authorised personnel.
    3. You will indemnify us and keep us indemnified against any claim, loss or damage in respect of any web server content, email content or any other data contained within your server space or within applications on our servers.
  11. Use of Email account
    1. If we identify a mailbox or domain name that is transmitting illegal, offensive, abusive, derogatory, defamatory, obscene or infected content, or for the purposes of sending bulk or unsolicited emails, or being used contrary to our Acceptable Use Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms), or otherwise causing problems, we will either remove the offending mailboxes or change their settings to resolve the issue. In certain cases we will, at our discretion, disable email or suspend all services to the domain as appropriate.
  12. Use of free Email accounts offered with the registration package of certain domains.
    1. By activating the free email account, if offered, with the domain registration package, you confirm and accept that the contents of the POP3 mailbox provided as part of this free email account shall be your property and at all times your sole responsibility (including, but not limited to, taking appropriate technical and security measures, running virus software and making backups to protect such contents) in accordance with Schedule B 10a.
    2. Following the expiration of, or the transfer away from us of, the domain associated with this free email account (or following the termination of any agreement we have with you in relation to it), we reserve the right to: (a) immediately delete the contents of any mailbox; and (b) withdraw any additional products, associated with this domain.

SCHEDULE C

Terms and conditions for the provision of Website Hosting services

  1. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the on-line order form or through one of our representatives. The services must be used in respect of a registered domain name.
    2. If we accept your order, the processing of your request will start immediately.
  2. Services
    1. Details of our services can be found on our web site at www.names.co.uk
    2. We aim to set up Website Hosting within 20 minutes of receiving your order and will send you an email to advise you of your user name, password and other information to the email address supplied at the time of order.
    3. You acknowledge that unless otherwise agreed in writing with us, any set up time ("delivery date") we give to you is a guideline only and we do not guarantee that it will be met.
    4. If you reasonably believe that the service delivered to you on the actual delivery date does not meet the specifications, you must notify us of this within ten (10) Working Days of the delivery and we will then use all reasonable endeavours to resolve the issue within ten (10) Working Days. "Working Day" shall mean a day falling on a Monday to Friday which is not a bank or public holiday.
    5. If you do not notify us of any failure within ten (10) Working Days of delivery or, where we have carried out remedial work pursuant to paragraph 2d of this Schedule C above, within ten (10) Working Days of us completing that remedial work (as notified to you by us), you will be deemed to have accepted the service as delivered.
    6. We reserve the right to amend the service, at any time, provided that this amendment does not materially detrimentally affect the service.
    7. We may occasionally impose limits on your storage space or data activity if we impose any limits, we will give you twenty four (24) hours advance notice of any limits by email.
    8. You hereby acknowledge that you will never physically access the servers and platforms and you will not be provided with any equipment or device.
  3. Charges
    1. Details of our charges can be found on our web site at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/
    2. You are responsible for ensuring that your bandwidth does not exceed the allowances set as part of your package/service.
    3. If your bandwidth either exceeds the allowance set as part of your package/service or reaches the point where it has an adverse effect on other customers we reserve the right to:
      1. disable your site, without prior notice, until you can reduce your bandwidth usage; or
      2. charge you for excess bandwidth usage, over and above your package allowance, as published by us from time to time.
      3. You acknowledge that with regard to the purchase of Website Hosting services, whether purchased annually or multi-year from us, eighty per cent (80%) of our charges relate to administration charges and are non-refundable. Twenty per cent (20%) of our charges relate to the ongoing cost for the hosting service. On cancellation of annual or multi-year hosting services after the end of the Minimum Term the refund will be calculated on a pro rata basis of the twenty per cent (20%). Renewals of any annual or multi-year hosting services will be on the same eighty per cent (80%) twenty per cent (20%) basis.
      4. You acknowledge that in regard to the cancellation of Website Hosting purchased on a monthly basis, from us, no refund will be payable on a pro-rata basis or otherwise.
      5. Whilst with some of our hosting packages we do not limit the amount of bandwidth your site can use, this still needs to comply with our hosting agreement with You. Should your bandwidth present a risk to the stability, performance or uplift of our servers or have an adverse effect on other customers we will notify you via email and you may be required to upgrade to a virtual private server or dedicated server or we may restrict the resources your website is using.
  4. Duration
    1. The Contract for Web Hosting Services will be for a period which depends on the package chosen ("Minimum Term") starting at the time the order is accepted after which it will expire unless it is renewed for a subsequent period. Monthly and auto-renewable services may be terminated by not less than ten (10) working days notice, via your online Account with us, expiring on your billing date for the product specified in your Account with us.
  5. Consequences of termination
    1. On termination for any reason, we will cease providing the services and your Website will be deleted.
    2. We shall be entitled to payment of any charges set out in paragraph 3 of this Schedule C
    3. Please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).
  6. Maintenance
    1. In order to ensure good performance of the servers, we need to perform routine maintenance. This may mean that we need to take our servers off-line. Where possible, we perform such maintenance during off-peak hours. We will try to give you advance notice of any maintenance which requires the servers to be taken off-line by sending you an email to your notified email address or on our network status page at www.names.co.uk/network-status.html and we will try to keep interruption to a minimum.
    2. We also may need to, and reserve the right to, suspend the service if you exceed your maximum bandwidth transfer quota as notified to you.
  7. Storage Capacity
    1. Each package/service is allotted an aggregated storage capacity initially equal to the total storage capacity of all the mailboxes of that account and website files.
    2. You acknowledge that we have no control over any content placed on your website (either by yourself or by website visitors) and that we do not purport to monitor your website content or software. Without prejudice to our rights of termination in the General Provisions, we retain the right, but shall not under any circumstances be obliged, to immediately and without prior notice to you, remove content or software from your website, or suspend the service, where we become aware or reasonably suspect that such content or software constitutes illegal (including defamatory) material, infringes the intellectual property, or other rights, of any third party, or is in breach of our Acceptable Use Policy.
    3. You hereby accept that the sole purpose of the Web Hosting Services is the hosting of website files on our servers and platforms. You acknowledge that it is strictly forbidden to use the storage capacity allotted for any other purpose, such as, but not limited to, for the storage, backup, or archive of electronic files, documents, log files etc. We reserve the right to suspend the services and/or to cancel the contract in such case.
    4. Whilst with some hosting packages we offer unlimited storage we do not limit the amount of storage your site can use, this still needs to comply with our hosting agreement with You. Should your storage useage present a risk to the stability, performance or uplift of our servers or have an adverse effect on other customers we will notify you via email and you may be required to upgrade to a virtual private server or dedicated server or we may restrict the resources your website is using.
  8. Security
    1. We try to ensure server security and integrity of data at all times. However, despite our efforts, issues may occasionally arise which are beyond our reasonable control. Where an issue does arise with a specific service, we will use all reasonable efforts to resolve the problem. However, we do not guarantee that we can restore any lost or corrupted data and we will have no liability for the loss or corruption of any data. It is your responsibility to ensure that you back up your data as necessary for you.
    2. We scan all files on upload via FTP. While we do our best to block infected files, we cannot guarantee that we will catch them all. We cannot be held liable for any virus infections caused by visits to your site.
  9. Ownership of data and indemnity
    1. All data created or stored by you within our applications and servers are your property.
    2. We will allow access to such data only by our authorised personnel as may be necessary to provide the services.
    3. You will indemnify us, hold us harmless and keep us indemnified against any claim, loss or damage in respect of any web server content, email content or any other data contained on our servers or within applications on our servers.
  10. Your obligations
    1. You must notify us if you become aware of any unauthorised use of all or any part of the Website Hosting.
    2. You will maintain and keep confidential all user names and passwords and not disclose them to any unauthorised party. If you have any reason to believe that any such confidential information has become known to an unauthorised party, you should inform us immediately.
    3. You undertake to allow us access at all reasonable times to perform maintenance or other actions necessary to ensure continued access to the Internet.
    4. You will be liable for all activities or charges and associated costs resulting from use of the service whether or not authorised by you and you acknowledge that we will not be liable for any loss of data or confidential information or other damage arising from such use.
    5. You represent that you have sufficient technical knowledge to enable you to make use of the service. You also represent that you know the nature of shared hosting and notably that the servers and platforms are shared with other customers.
    6. Failure to comply with any of your obligations as set forth herein or any use of the Web Hosting Services for illegal purposes or if the use of the services by you or by any party harms or affects the servers, platforms, quality of service or networks of Namesco Limited, other customers or third parties, we reserve the right to suspend the services, even without prior notification, and possibly cancel the contract. You remain solely responsible for the suspension and/or the cancellation of the services and for any direct and indirect consequences that may arise. You formally accept that no refund, voucher, or any other type of compensation will be issued in case of suspension and/or cancellation.
  11. Liability
    1. You acknowledge that you have sole responsibility and liability for the design and maintenance of the website and for ensuring that it does not infringe the intellectual property or other rights of any third party and is not illegal. You are responsible for securing your website and for making sure your files, scripts and any other elements are up-to-date, safe and secure at all times.
    2. You acknowledge that we have no control over any content placed on your website (either by yourself or by website visitors) and that we do not purport to monitor your website content or software. Without prejudice to our rights of termination in the General Provisions, we retain the right, but shall not under any circumstances be obliged, to immediately and without prior notice to you, remove content or software from your website, or suspend the service, where we become aware or reasonably suspect that such content or software constitutes illegal (including defamatory) material, infringes the intellectual property, or other rights, of any third party, or is in breach of our Acceptable Usage Policy.
    3. We do not guarantee the proper delivery of any email message or other data once it has left the confines of our network, and similarly we do not guarantee that data traffic will be delivered or that its contents will be held secure once it passes out of our control.
    4. Where we supply third party equipment, software or applications, our responsibilities are limited to the level of warranty provided by the third party.

SCHEDULE D

Terms and conditions for the provision of Broadband Services

  1. Services
    1. A description of the services we offer will be found on our web site www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/.
    2. If on delivery of the equipment to you we are unable to provide the service due to your telephone line failing the British Telecommunications plc ("BT") tests for the provision of the services, it is your responsibility to ensure that any equipment supplied by us is returned to us in its original packaging and condition, in the return pre-paid envelope supplied by us. This must be done within five (5) working days of notification of the failure of the tests in order for a full refund to be payable. A deduction will be made from any refund due for any part of the equipment not returned.
  2. Requirements for Service

    ADSL Broadband

    1. You must use an analogue line provided by BT that is suitable for receiving the service. You will also need a broadband modem or router and micro-filters, which you can buy from us or other suppliers and a computer. Technical support is limited to hardware provided by us. If you purchase hardware from a third party you should contact them for any assistance with the configuration that you require.
    2. Before we can provide the service we will need to
      1. perform a test on the telephone line that is to be used in connection with the service, and
      2. activate the service (see paragraph 3 in this respect).
    3. We will notify you if one of the steps outlined above cannot be completed and we are unable to provide the service.

    SDSL Broadband

    1. We will provision a new line dedicated to the SDSL broadband service. We will arrange and schedule a British Telecommunications plc engineer to visit your address. The engineer could be on site for up to three hours.
    2. We can provide a SDSL router or, you may supply your own router. If you supply your own, you acknowledge that you are fully responsible for the configuration of such router and any problems associated with the router. If any problems arise, you will be wholly responsible for dealing with the supplier direct.
    3. ADSL hardware is not compatible with SDSL. Specific SDSL hardware is required for an SDSL broadband service.
  3. Activation of the Service
    1. We will use all reasonable efforts to activate the service within ten (10) Working Days of your order for the service but do not guarantee this. A Working Day is a day falling on a Monday to Friday excluding a UK bank or public holiday.
    2. BT will activate the telephone line for the service, at the telephone number that you request in your order, during the ten (10) Working Day period. You can expect to lose your telephone service for up to approximately two (2) hours while activation occurs, though such loss of service may be for as little as a couple of minutes.
    3. You agree that if necessary you will allow an engineer to access your premises as part of the process to activate the service or carry out tests if there are reported faults.
    4. If the service does not commence due to BT technical reasons and you and us in conjunction with BT are unable to resolve the matter, the Contract will terminate and you will be liable for any costs BT charges to us in this connection.
    5. If the service is activated but due to quality of service issues with the line, BT ceases the line for ADSL, you will be liable only for those amounts charged by BT to us in respect of the service. We will refund the difference (if any) to you of the amounts paid by subscription and the amounts due to BT.
    6. If a fault arises on the telephone services provided via the BT line, you should contact BT. You will be responsible for all costs charged in this respect.
    7. If there is a fault with the ADSL or speed issues then you should contact us and we will carry out all appropriate diagnostic procedures. If the fault is found to be with the BT line, you will be responsible for all BT charges
  4. Providing the service
    1. You agree to follow any reasonable instructions that we may give you about the service.
    2. You agree to abide by our Acceptable Use Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms .
    3. You agree not to connect equipment to our network which does not conform to the European Consumer Equipment Standard, which does not bear the CE mark, or equipment that may harm the network or other customers' equipment.
  5. Duration
    1. The Contract for the provision of broadband services is for a fixed period from provision of the service and will continue unless terminated in accordance with clause 7 below. The Contract is subject to the provisions relating to early termination set out in the general provisions and paragraph 7c and 7d below.
  6. Equipment
    1. Any equipment supplied by us will conform to the European Consumer Equipment Standard and bear the CE mark.
    2. Title to the equipment remains with us until we receive payment in full for it. This means that if we do not receive payment in full for it we will be entitled to enter your premises on reasonable notice to retrieve it. This is without prejudice to our right to claim payment.
    3. Equipment supplied by us has the benefit of a twelve (12)-month warranty. If the equipment fails and has been used and stored in accordance with our instructions, you should contact us and we will despatch replacement equipment. On receipt of the replacement equipment you must return the faulty equipment straight away. If we find it is not faulty you will be liable to pay us an administration fee which can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/
    4. You must inform us of damaged or missing equipment within five (5) days of delivery.
    5. You are responsible for the equipment from delivery to you of it and from delivery you bear the risk of all loss or damage to the equipment.
  7. Charges and termination:
    1. Our Charges are payable per annum or monthly in advance.
    2. In the event that you request a simultaneous provision of your broadband service you acknowledge that you will be responsible for the simultaneous provision charge, which can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list.
    3. The service may only be terminated by not less than thirty (30) days notice expiring on your billing date.
    4. Our termination charge for termination of service in the first 12 months can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/. Termination after the first twelve months does not incur a termination charge but you must give notice under paragraph 7c.
    5. In the event that we receive a BT initiated cease notification for your broadband service you acknowledge that you will be responsible for all charges as referred to in clause 7 herein including an additional ADSL cease charge, details of which can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/.
    6. If you, and or we, request a cancellation or cease for your ADSL service, you will be responsible for all charges as referred to in clause 7 herein including an additional ADSL cease charge, details of which can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/.
    7. You acknowledge that where a fault is reported to BT and it is necessary for a BT engineer to attend your premises, if the cause is found to be faulty End User Equipment you will be responsible for all BT charges. Details of their current charges can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/. BT?s definition of End User Equipment means everything connected to the master socket including, but not limited to, extension wiring, telephones and routers/modems/filters (commonly known as CPE). Charges would also apply if the BT engineer cannot gain access to your property and if the fault turned out to be incorrect username and password details being entered into xDSL equipment.
    8. Additional charges can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/
  8. Bandwidth usage
    1. The service allows you to have monthly bandwidth usage, which varies according to your package/service. If your monthly bandwidth usage either exceeds the allowance set as part of your package/service or reaches the point where it has an adverse effect on other customers we reserve the right to:
      1. restrict your bandwidth usage, without prior notice, until you can reduce your bandwidth usage; or
      2. charge you for excess bandwidth usage, over and above your package allowance, details of which can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/
    2. If you want additional bandwidth over this allowance, you will be charged for extra capacity from us ? details of which can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/
    3. In the event that you exceed the bandwidth usage, you authorise us to take any outstanding payments for the excess bandwith usage from the credit or debit card listed on your account, or via direct debit if you pay via this method on an ongoing basis.
  9. Content provided as part of the service and via the Internet:
    1. The service allows you access to the Internet. You accept that using the Internet is at your own risk. We have no responsibility for any goods, services, information, software or other materials you buy or otherwise obtain when using the Internet (including email). You are responsible for making sure your system has adequate anti-virus and firewall protection.
    2. Content provided by us as part of the service is provided on an "as is" basis.
  10. Maintenance
    1. Occasionally, for operational reasons, we may need to interrupt the service. If we do, we will restore the service as quickly as we can.
    2. We may also have to change code or access numbers or technical specifications, including datatransfer limits associated with the service. If we do, we will give you as much notice as possible.
  11. Our responsibility to you
    1. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that the service will never be faulty.
    2. Except as specified in clause 11a above, our responsibility to you is as set out in the general provisions that form part of the Contract.
  12. Broadband Max
    1. Due to the technology deployed by British Telecom to provide BroadbandMax wholesale services to ISPs, BroadbandMax is a "best efforts" product, and therefore no guarantee is given that increased data throughput (upload and download speeds) will result from using this product over any other ADSL Broadband package.
    2. Due to limitations in the British Telecom network, increases in data throughput maybe limited to off-peak periods when data throughput via your local BT exchange would be less.
    3. The "potential broadband line rate" quoted during ordering is an estimate only from a analysis based on the quality of your telephone line and using data gathered from lines of a similar nature. The speed given is a Maximum Speed obtainable and does not guarantee this speed will be available and on some lines this speed may not be reached due to contention imposed at the BT exchanges. The actual contention can vary from one exchange to another depending on the capacity of the exchange. BT are solely responsible for maintenance of their exchanges and we cannot be held responsible for the knock on effects caused by contention at the exchange.
    4. Once an order for BroadbandMax has been placed, the line will go through a 10 to 21day Training Period where the throughput of the line will be analysed and software at the exchange will establish a BRAS profile for the line. During the Training Period the speed of the line will vary considerably.
    5. The BRAS Profile establishes two values for the line: Maximum Stable rate (MSR) and Fault Threshold Rate (FTR). The MSR states the maximum speed the line can support, and the FTR is used in trouble shooting slow speed issues. The data throughput rate experienced from the line will fall somewhere between these two values and data throughput rates will vary during the day between these two values. Note: BT class acceptable speeds as anything above your FTR divided by your contention rate (50:1 for home users and 20:1 for office users).
    6. Namesco cannot escalate any speed issues to BT for investigation unless the speed of the line is consistently below the FTR for the telephone line divided by your contention rate. To comply with BTs Fault Reporting Procedures - there must be evidence that the fault is consistent and not a one off. To do this, at least three BT speed tests need to be undertaken per day for at least three days. Technical Support can advise you on how to perform these speed tests and also of your MSR and FTR. Speedtest results from sources other than the BT speedtest will not be accepted.
  13. MAC (Migration Authorisation Code)
    1. Any request for a MAC must be submitted through your on-line control panel. We will comply fully with Ofcom Regulations. Further information relating to the provision of MAC's can be found at http://www.names.co.uk/adsl-faqs.html
    2. If you accept our Retention Offer and then request a MAC within 90 days from the date of acceptance of the Retention Offer, all discounts on your broadband package will be revoked and your broadband package will revert to the original price. The original price will be used when generating your final bill.
    3. In the event that you request a MAC, a final bill will be generated for payment. If payment is not received from you, you authorise us to take any outstanding payments from the credit or debit card listed on your account, or via direct debit if you pay via this method on an ongoing basis.

SCHEDULE E

Terms and conditions relating to Dial-Up Connection Services

Part 1 - Terms applicable to all parts of this schedule

  1. Services
    1. The service is the provision of dial-up Internet connectivity by way of a modem.
    2. To maintain the quality of the service, your connection (and that of all other customers) may be terminated if idle for more than ten minutes.
  2. Requirements for service
    1. You are required to provide:
      1. an analogue modem and cables;
      2. computer;
      3. appropriate software;
      4. a standard active telephone line.
  3. Providing the service
    1. You agree to abide by the terms of our Acceptable Use Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms)
    2. You agree to follow our reasonable instructions.
    3. You agree to keep all usernames and passwords issued to you as part of the service confidential and secure.
    4. If we think there is likely to be breach of security or misuse of the service we may:
      1. change your password and notify you that we have done this; and/or
      2. suspend username and password access to the service.
    5. If you think that any password has become known by someone not authorised to use it, or if any password is being or is likely to be used in an unauthorised way, you must inform us immediately.
    6. If any of the information you give to us when you sign up for the service changes, including any changes to your payment details, you must inform us immediately.
    7. Where the service includes access via an 0808 (free) telephone number additionally we provide you with a back-up 0845 connection for times when it is not possible to connect using the 0808 service. It is your responsibility to ensure that you connect to the correct 0808 number and do not connect to the 0845 number in error. Use of the 0845 number incurs telephone charges that are your responsibility.
  4. Charges
    1. Please refer to our prices as published on our web site (www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/) for details of our charges and additional charges.
  5. Content provided as part of the service and via the Internet
    1. The service allows you access to the Internet. You accept that using the Internet is at your own risk. We have no responsibility for any goods, services, information, software or other materials you buy or get hold of when using the Internet (including email). You are responsible for making sure your system is adequately protected against viruses and other disabling devices.
    2. Content provided by us as part of the service is provided on an "as is" basis.
  6. Your obligations
    1. You are responsible for data backup.
  7. Maintenance
    1. We may need to temporarily suspend the service for operational reasons (e.g. for repairs, planned maintenance or upgrades), but before we do so we will give you as much notice as we can. However, it will not always be possible to give notice, for example in the case of an emergency. We will restore the service as soon as possible after any suspension.
    2. We may have to alter code or access numbers or technical specifications associated with this service for operational reasons and where we need to tell you about this we will give you as much notice as we can.
  8. Our responsibility to you
    1. Although we will attempt to provide you with the best possible service, we cannot guarantee that the service will never be faulty. However, we will correct all reported faults which we are able to correct as soon as we can
    2. Our responsibility to you is as set out in the general provisions. In addition, we do not have any liability of any sort (including liability for negligence) for the acts or omissions of other providers of telecommunications services of for faults in or failures of their networks or equipment.
    3. We are not liable for any losses that might occur as a result of the automatic cut-off after four (4) hours continuous time on line.

Part 2 - 0845 Access (metered)

  1. Termination
    1. Our contract may be terminated by either of us any time.
  2. Charges & Conditions of Sale
    1. You can only access the 0845 service by using your own telephone line(s) and are responsible for paying all telephone call charges incurred while using the 0845 service.
  3. Dial Up Access
    1. You are required to send your caller line identification (CLID) when connecting to the 0845 service. If withhold your CLID you may either be refused access or the service available to you may be restricted.
    2. If CLID is withheld we automatically block access to the service.
    3. We cannot be held responsible for any damage to dial-up equipment, or any other equipment connected to the 0845 service. We will not accept liability for whatever reason for any loss of earnings or any other damages as a result of the effects of connecting equipment to the 0845 service.
    4. It is your responsibility to disconnect from the service.
  4. Home Dial-up
    1. Dial-up connections must be used for use of email and uploading to webspace associated with the Home dialup service (the HomeDial product).
  5. Customer Details
    1. You agree to provide valid current information of your personal details during the sign-up process. Failure to provide valid current information will result in the termination of the 0845 account. You are required to inform us of any change of name, address and telephone number.

SCHEDULE F

Terms and conditions for use of Ecomcart software

  1. Licence
    1. Subject to clause 2 of this schedule, we grant you a non-exclusive non-transferable licence to use the Ecomcart software ("Software") for the purposes of creating and maintaining one interactive shop.
    2. This licence will not extend to any subsidiary or affiliate, or any other party, unless so specified and agreed in writing by us.
    3. You do not have any right to remove or change any aspect of the source code of the Software whatsoever without our prior written permission.
    4. You are granted a licence to use the Software for one interactive shop only. Multiple site licences are available with our written agreement at additional cost.
    5. The Software is proprietary and confidential information and you agree to maintain it in strict confidence using at least the same degree of care you exercise to protect your own confidential information. Nothing in this agreement will impose an obligation of confidentiality on you with respect to the Software which:
      1. at the time of disclosure to you by us is in the public domain by publication or otherwise;
      2. enters the public domain, other than by your breach of this agreement;
      3. was already properly and lawfully in your possession without any obligation of confidentiality at the time it was first obtained from us;
      4. was lawfully received by you from a third party who was under no obligation of confidentiality with respect to it; or
      5. are required by law to be disclosed, but only to the extent of such required disclosure, and provided that before such disclosure you notify us of the impending disclosure.
    6. You agree:
      1. not to disclose, duplicate or otherwise reproduce directly or indirectly, the Software in whole or in part or any materials relating thereto;
      2. not to derive or seek to derive the source code of the Software by reverse assembly or reverse compilation except as permitted by law, or any other manner.
      3. to take all reasonable steps, including but not limited to appropriate binding agreements with your employees, to ensure that only those persons having a need to use the Software have access to the same and to inform those persons of the obligations to keep the Software in strict confidence;
      4. not to remove any copyright notice or proprietary markings contained on or in any copy of the Software
    7. You acknowledge that the maximum number of products as standard is twenty five (25).
    8. You acknowledge that this can be increased to five hundred (500) products by purchasing an eComcart 500 Additional Products Licence. Please refer to our price list which can be found at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list. Renewal of the eComcart 500 Additional Products Licence will continue unless terminated in accordance with clause 6 below.
  2. Access to Server
    1. Where access to our secure server is to be granted to you, we reserve the right to verify the status and nature of your business before granting such access.
  3. Your Responsibility
    1. You are solely responsible for the development and maintenance of your shop and its contents and for its day to day operations in conducting business.
    2. You shall keep your shop and contents updated and ensure all unavailable or out of stock goods are announced as such.
    3. You shall conduct your business using the Software within the rules, regulations and laws applicable including, without limitation:
      1. those of the UK and the EU;
      2. those relating to trade description, consumer protection, data privacy and intellectual property.
    4. Without prejudice to the provisions of clause 3.c of this schedule you shall:
      1. provide your customers with accurate details of the goods/services sold on your site including all appropriate costs and shall not seek to levy costs not advertised;
      2. provide your customers with accurate contact details including your company name, address and email address;
      3. assume sole responsibility for the handling and processing of orders and their correct and prompt despatch to your customers;
      4. assume sole responsibility for keeping your customers updated on their orders and for any complaints arising from any orders placed.
  4. Warranties
    1. We warrant that:
      1. the Software, when operating in the environment specified by us, will substantially conform to our specification for the Software.
      2. we will correct defects in the Software which prevent substantial conformity with the foregoing warranty.
      3. due to the complex nature of the Software, we do not warrant that the Software is error free or that all errors in it will be corrected.
    2. The warranty in clause 4.1 of this schedule is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including without limitation the warranties of merchantability, satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose and reasonable care and skill. We do not warrant that the functions contained in the Software will meet your requirements or that the operation of the Software will be uninterrupted or error free.
  5. Intellectual Property
    1. We represent that we are the owner of, or have the right to sub-license the Software and have the right to grant you a licence for its use in accordance with the terms of clause 1 of this schedule. We will, at our own expense, defend any action brought against you to the extent it is based on a claim that your use of the Software infringes any patent, copyright, or other proprietary right of the UK, and will pay any damages finally awarded against you, or amounts paid in settlement, provided:
      1. we are promptly notified of such action and are allowed to control the defence and settlement:
      2. you make no admission of liability or offer to settle such action
    2. If as a result of any such claim of infringement the use of the Software is prevented, we will at our option and expense procure the right for you to continue to use the Software, or replace or modify the Software so as to make it non-infringing or, if we determine that procuring such right or replacing or modifying the Software is not feasible, terminate your licence to use the Software without any liability to you.
    3. We will not be liable for any infringement arising from the combination or use of the Software with equipment or other software not specifically approved in writing by us, for claims based on modifications to the Software by anybody other than us nor for infringement due to changes or modifications in or additions or enhancements to the Software in compliance with your instructions.
    4. This clause 5 states our entire obligation to you with respect to claims of infringement.
  6. Termination
    1. In addition to any other right of termination, either of us may terminate your licence to use the Software at any time by written notice to the other.
  7. Indemnity
    1. You shall indemnify us against all and any losses, claims, damages, costs, charges, expenses and other liabilities which we may sustain or incur arising out of or in connection with sales through your on-line shop or your activities on your website.

SCHEDULE G

Terms and conditions for Affiliates Scheme

  1. Definitions
    1. In this schedule:
      1. "Product" means any item offered for sale through our Site.
      2. "Site" means either your World Wide web site or one belonging to Us
      3. "Brand Features" means all trade marks, service marks, logos and other distinctive brand features
      4. "Links" means button pointer graphic text (including our Brand Features) incorporated within your Site which permit Users to navigate directly to our Site
      5. "User" means a visitor referred to our Site through the Link on your Site
      6. "Intellectual Property Rights" means any patents, patent applications, copyright, registered design, trade marks, trade mark applications, trade names, moral rights under Sections 77, 80 and 84 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1977 or knowhow, including, without limitation, other similar industrial or commercial rights.
  2. Your obligations
    1. You shall:
      1. incorporate and maintain the Link within your Site to our Site with effect from the time you activate your affiliate account;
      2. actively promote this Link as much or as little as you wish within your Site;
      3. not post, link or transmit to our Site any material which contains a virus or other hostile computer program;
    2. You and we shall work together to ensure the maintenance and stability of the Link and shall ensure that at all times the Link relates to our current URL.
  3. Licences
    1. Subject to the licences granted to you under clause 3(b) of this schedule we reserve all of our Intellectual Property Rights, title and interest in our Products, Brand Features and Site.
    2. We grant you a non exclusive royalty free world wide licence to use reproduce and display our Brand Features on your Site as part of the Link provided that any promotional or other materials containing our Brand Features will be subject to our prior written approval such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed. All goodwill arising from the our Brand Features will be solely for our benefit. You may not modify our Brand Features
    3. You will not use our Brand Features in a manner that disparages us or our Products or portrays us or our Products in a false light and will avoid knowingly taking any action that diminishes the value of our Intellectual Property Rights, Brand Features or Products. You will comply with our requests as to the use of our Brand Features.
  4. Products
    1. We will determine the prices to be charged for our Products. The prices and availability of our Products may vary from time to time.
    2. We take no responsibility for any errors in the description of the Products. We are responsible for all aspects of order processing which includes; accepting the order, charging the customer, administration and refunds (where applicable).
    3. To protect customer privacy the names and personal information about specific customers will not be provided to you.
  5. Commission
    1. We will pay you commission when the customer coming from your Site following the Link from your Site places an order, makes the payment and accepts delivery of our Products. No commission will be paid if the customer re-enters our Site without following the Link from your Site.
    2. Commission will be paid in accordance with the current commission schedule, which can be found from within your online control panel. Commission rates may be amended from time to time. Commission will be paid on a monthly basis approximately 30 days after the end of each monthly commission-generating period. We will carry-over the commission until it exceeds £50.
    3. If we are not paid for the Product, for which you have been paid commission, we will deduct the commission earned from the next payment due to you or if none is due to you within two months, you will repay the commission to us on demand.
    4. Commission will be paid by cheque and be made payable in the first instance to the business name on your customer account and where there is no business name, will be paid to your name.
    5. Upon termination of this agreement by you, any outstanding commission will be paid to you unless the amount of commission is less than £50.00. In this instance, an Administrative fee of £10.00 plus VAT will be charged to cover our costs in raising a cheque to you. This can either be paid by you or deducted from your commission payment.
  6. Termination
    1. In addition to any other right of termination, you may terminate your licence to use the Software at any time by written notice to us.
    2. Following termination of this agreement for whatever reason you shall immediately:
      1. cease using our Brand Features, and
      2. expunge the Software from your computer or server and destroy any back-up copies
  7. Indemnity
    1. You are solely responsible for the development, operation and maintenance of your Site. You shall indemnify us against all and any losses, claims, damages, costs, charges, expenses and other liabilities which we may sustain or incur arising out of or in connection with the Link from your Site to ours or activities on your Site.

SCHEDULE H

Terms and Conditions for web design

  1. Definitions
    1. In this schedule the following words and expressions have the following meanings:
      1. Acceptance Tests
        the acceptance tests to be implemented by you in accordance with clause 5c.
      2. Actual Delivery Date
        the actual date that the Website and Website Documentation are delivered by us in accordance with the provisions of this agreement.
      3. Business Day
        a day on which clearing banks are usually open in the City of London.
      4. Charges
        the charges to be levied by us in respect of the Website in accordance with clause 6.
      5. Commencement Date
        The day after you have placed an order in accordance with our quotation and paid 40% of the Charges to us and we have accepted your order.
      6. Completion
        when the Website meets the Requirements and Completion shall be construed accordingly.
      7. Completion Date
        the date specified in our quotation, as revised in accordance with this agreement, by which that part of the Website to which the term relates is to be Completed.
      8. Confidential Information
        any information in any form concerning the business, accounts, finances, research projects, discount policy, pricing policy, future business strategy, marketing, tenders, price sensitive information, employees, current and planned products, intellectual property and trade secrets and any other plans or strategy of ours or yours.
      9. Customer Material
        The material for inclusion in the Website to be provided by you as specified in our quotation.
      10. Deliverables
        the Website, the Graphic Design, the Namesco Software, the Third Party Software as is required by the context.
      11. Delivery Address
        the address for the delivery of the Website and Website Documentation specified in our quotation.
      12. Detailed Specificationthe written specification for the Website including, without limitation, the information set out in our quotation and the modifications to be prepared by us and as the same may be altered from time to time pursuant to clause 7.
      13. Equipment
        the hardware identified in our quotation..
      14. Expert
        a person appointed under clause 13c.
      15. First Repeat Acceptance Tests
        as defined in clause 5d.
      16. Graphic Design
        The design of the screens of the Website and graphic material to be included on the screens to be designed by us in accordance with our quotation.
      17. Intellectual Property
        patents, patent applications, copyright, registered design, trade marks, trade mark applications, trade names, moral rights under Sections 77 80 and 84 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1977 or knowhow, including without limitation, other similar industrial or commercial rights.
      18. Intellectual Property Infringement
        infringement of the Intellectual Property of a third party.
      19. Namesco Software
        the computer programs developed and designed by us which are identified in the Detailed Specification.
      20. New Release
        any improved modified or corrected version of the Namesco Software from time to time issued by us.
      21. Object Code
        the actual machine language which the computer executes.
      22. Relevant Event
        a dispute or difference as to the construction or effect of this agreement or the rights duties or liabilities of the parties hereunder or any matter or event connected with or arising out of this agreement.
      23. Requirement Specification
        the written statement prepared by you and agreed by us which sets out your requirements for the website and "Requirements" shall be construed accordingly.
      24. Second Repeat Acceptance
        as defined in clause 5e.
      25. Source Code
        computer programs in a traditional form normally used by humans for reading, writing or modifying programs.
      26. Stages
        the numbered-stages for the implementation of the Website described in our quotation.
      27. Term
        the period from the Commencement Date until the Completion Date for the Website set out in our quotation or until prior termination in accordance with this agreement.
      28. Test Data
        test data suitable to assess whether the Website meets the Requirements and the results you expect to obtain from the operation of the Website on such test data.
      29. Third Party Software
        the software of a third party to be incorporated into the Website which is identified in our quotation.
      30. Timetable
        the timetable specifying the dates for the completion of each of the Stages of the Website set out in a our quotation as the same may be altered from time to time pursuant to clauses 3c, 3g or 7c.
      31. Website Documentation
        the documentation in respect of the Website identified in our quotation.
      32. Website
        the website in Object Code to be designed and written by us pursuant to our quotation.
    2. All references to a statutory provision include references to:
      1. any statutory modification, consolidation or re-enactment of it, whether before or after the date of this agreement, for the time being in force;
      2. ii all statutory instruments or orders made pursuant to it; and any statutory provision of which that statutory provision is a re-enactment or modification.
    3. Words denoting the singular include the plural and vice versa; words denoting any gender include all genders; and words denoting persons include corporations, partnerships, other unincorporated bodies and all other legal entities and vice versa.
    4. Unless otherwise stated, a reference to a clause, party or a schedule is a reference to respectively a clause in or a party or schedule to this agreement.
      The clause headings are inserted for ease of reference only and do not affect the construction of this agreement.
  2. Our obligations
    1. Our quotation will be prepared on the basis of the Requirements Specification and is subject to the following terms and conditions. The placing of an order with us is to be deemed to be your acceptance of such terms and conditions. No contract will come into being until we have accepted your order and you have paid us 40% of the total sum quoted which shall not be refundable.
    2. In consideration of the payment by you of the Charges to be levied by us in accordance with clause 6 and subject our the terms and conditions, we shall:
      1. design and write the Website for use with the Equipment to fulfil the Requirements Specification;
      2. design and write the Website Documentation for use in association with the Website;
      3. achieve Completion of the Website and Website Documentation by the Completion Date.
  3. Detailed Specification
    1. Immediately after the Commencement Date we will commence in collaboration with you the preparation of the Detailed Specification to achieve the Requirements.
    2. We will use all reasonable endeavours to complete the preparation of the Detailed Specification by the date set out in our quotation or as soon as possible after that date.
    3. If you require an amendment to the Detailed Specification to take account of any application, function or performance criteria not specified in the Requirements Specification, the parties will agree a reasonable revision to the Timetable, the Charges and the Completion Date.
    4. Immediately upon completion of the Detailed Specification we will submit it to you for approval.
    5. You will within five Business Days of receipt of the Detailed Specification by notice served upon us, either approve it or respond to us with such comments and/or requests for amendment as you reasonably judge appropriate.
    6. If you fail to approve the Detailed Specification or respond with comments and/or requests for amendment within the period specified in clause 3e., you will be deemed to have approved the Detailed Specification.
    7. We will take account of all reasonable comments and/or requests for amendment received from you pursuant to clause 3e., at which time the parties will agree a reasonable variation in the Timetable and we will incorporate the comments and/or requests in a revised version of the Detailed Specification to be prepared and delivered to you as soon as is reasonably possible.
    8. The process described in clauses 3d. to 3g. will be repeated until such time as you will have approved, or will be deemed to have approved or the Expert has approved, the Detailed Specification.
  4. Writing of the Website and Website Documentation
    1. Immediately upon the approval by you of the Detailed Specification we will commence writing the Website and the Website Documentation upon the basis of and in compliance with the Detailed Specification.
    2. We will use all reasonable endeavours to complete the writing of the Website and Website Documentation and to deliver them to the Delivery Address by the date set out in the Timetable or as soon as reasonably possible after that date. The Website and Website Documentation will be delivered notwithstanding any modifications requested by you which are outstanding.
    3. On or before the dates set out in the Timetable you will submit to us the Customer Material and the Test Data.
    4. You warrant to us that you are entitled to use the Client Material on the Website and that using the Client Material is not in breach of the Intellectual Property of any third party or is otherwise illegal.
  5. Testing and acceptance of Website
    1. We will by notice to you within five Business Days of receipt of the Test Data either approve or reject it. We will only be entitled to reject the Test Data upon the basis that, and by detailing the manner in which, it requires the Website to operate in a manner not provided for by the Detailed Specification. We will be deemed not to have approved the Test Data if we fail to approve it within five Business Days of receipt and such failure will be deemed to be a Relevant Event. The Expert will determine whether we will be deemed to have approved the Test Data.
    2. You will immediately upon receipt of our rejection of the Test Data pursuant to clause 5a make all such alterations to the Test Data as will in the circumstances be reasonably necessary and will resubmit the altered Test Data for approval by us. The provisions of clauses 5a. and 5b. will apply in the same manner with appropriate changes for context until such time as we approve, or are deemed to approve, the Test Data.
    3. You will implement the Acceptance Tests within five (5) Business Days of your receipt of our notification that the Website is complete.
    4. If the Website fails the Acceptance Tests then we will implement, free of charge, such alterations or modifications to the Website and the Website Documentation as we in the circumstances reasonably judge necessary and in sufficient time to make possible the repetition of the Acceptance Tests by you in the presence of our employees as soon as is reasonably practical (the "First Repeat Acceptance Tests").
    5. If the Website fails the First Repeat Acceptance Tests then you may at your option require us by written notice to immediately implement such further alterations or modifications to the Website and Website Documentation free of charge as we will reasonably judge necessary to enable the Website to pass repeat Acceptance Tests (the "Second Repeat Acceptance Tests"). The Second Repeat Acceptance Tests will be carried out by you in the presence of our employees as soon as is reasonably practical. If we have not completed such alterations or modifications to the Website within a reasonable period after you notify us that the Website failed the First Report Acceptance Tests or if the Website fails the Second Repeat Acceptance Tests then you will be entitled to either:
      1. accept the Website subject to such refund of the Charges as we and you agree. If we fail to agree such refund within seven Business Days then you may refer the matter for settlement in accordance with the disputes procedure set out in clause 13 or
      2. subject to clause 5f terminate this agreement by written notice to us.
    6. Notwithstanding clause 5e ii., you will not be entitled to terminate this agreement during the first year of the Term by reason of the application of clause 5f. to a modification.
    7. We will provide you with all such assistance and advice as you will from time to time reasonably require in the process of testing the Website pursuant to clause 5.
    8. You shall commence testing the Website as soon as is reasonably practicable after receipt of the assistance and advice to be supplied under clause 5g..
  6. Charges
    1. We will levy the Charges by the submission of invoices in accordance with clause 6b.iii, in respect of the Website on the dates and for the amounts set out in the our quotation.
    2. Where the Charges are stated in the our quotation to be an estimate:
      1. the estimate shall give full details of the basis on which it has been prepared;
      2. if it appears to us that the estimate will be exceeded we shall immediately notify you and shall not carry out any work in excess of the estimate without your written approval of a revised estimate; and
      3. we shall use our best endeavours to complete the Website within the estimate.
    3. Each invoice will be sent to you at the Delivery Address. You will pay the Charges within twenty (20) Business Days of the date of an invoice.
    4. The Charges will be inclusive of the travel accommodation and subsistence expenses incurred by our staff in attending at the Delivery Address.
  7. Modifications
    1. You will be entitled at any time prior to the Actual Delivery Date to request us in writing to modify the design of the Website.
    2. You will provide us with full particulars of any requested modification and such further information as we will reasonably require.
    3. Within ten Business Days of receipt of a request pursuant to clause 7a. we will inform you in writing of the alterations to the Detailed Specification, Timetable and Charges that we reasonably judge necessary as a result of the request. We shall be entitled to make a reasonable charge for the cost of preparing details of the alterations to the Detailed Specification, Timetable and Charges, provided the basis of such Charges have first been agreed by you.
    4. If you notify us that you will proceed with the modification then the Timetable and Charges will be amended in the manner indicated by us pursuant to clause 7b.
    5. If we modify the whole or any part of the Website in accordance with this clause we will make all appropriate related modifications to respectively the Detailed Specification and the Website Documentation
  1. Intellectual Property rights and title
    1. The copyright and all other Intellectual Property and Confidential Information in the Namesco Software will remain in our ownership.
    2. We grant you a perpetual non exclusive royalty free licence to use the Namesco Software for all purposes of and associated with your business including (without limitation) a licence to make Enhancements to the Namesco Software if we are unable or unwilling to do so.
    3. We assign to you with full title guarantee the copyright in the Object Code and the Source Code of the Website, other than Namesco Software and Third Party Software, and the website Documentation as and when written or created throughout the world for the full period of copyright, including all renewals and extensions, in so far as we are able to do so, with effect from the completion of the Website and the Website Documentation.
    4. You must indemnify us and keep us indemnified against all and any losses, claims, damages, costs, charges, expenses and other liabilities which we may sustain or incur arising out of or in connection with any breach by you of clause 4d.
  2. Support
    1. We will provide you with email and telephone support for your use of the Website without charge to the extent that we in our discretion believe is reasonably necessary.
  3. Copies for you
    1. We will during the Term forward to you up to date back up text of the Website and the Website Documentation on the first day of each month commencing on the Actual Delivery Date unless no changes have been made since the last copies were delivered to you.
  4. Moral Rights
    1. We will procure that all rights under sections 77, 80 and 84 Copyright Design and Patents Act 1988 relating to the Graphic Design and the Website Documentation are waived in writing by the persons entitled to them.
  5. Warranties
    1. We warrant that:
      1. we will develop the Website using reasonable care and skill;
      2. any goods supplied will be of satisfactory quality and fit for their intended purpose;
      3. our title to and property in the Deliverables is free and unencumbered; and
      4. he Website and Website Documentation will conform to the Detailed Specification in all material respects.
    2. We will upon receipt of a notice alleging a breach of the warranty set out at clause 12a. use our best endeavours to remedy the breach of such warranty free of charge as soon as possible.
  6. Disputes
    1. If either party considers there to be in existence a Relevant Event they will immediately give notice of it to the other party.
    2. Immediately upon receipt of a notice under clause 13a. the parties will use reasonable endeavours to resolve the Relevant Event and record any agreement reached between them in writing.
    3. If the parties have not reached an agreement in writing to resolve the Relevant Event within ten (10) Business Days of the service of the notice under clause 13a. hereof either of them may referred it to such Expert as they will jointly nominate.
    4. If we and you fail to nominate an Expert within fifteen (15) Business Days of the service of the notice under clause 13a. then the Expert will be nominated at the request of either party by the President for the time being of the Institute of Arbitration.
    5. The Expert, whether appointed under clause 13c or 13d, will act as an expert whose decision (which will be in writing) will, except in the case of manifest error, be final and binding upon both parties. At the request of either party the Expert will give reasons in writing for his decision.

SCHEDULE J

Terms and conditions relating to our HyperSubmit Service ("the Service")

The Service is provided by a third party company, Bpath, and branded by us as HyperSubmit. The Terms and Conditions below relate to the sale and provision of the Service.

  1. Service
    1. A description of the packages and services we offer can be found on our web site www.names.co.uk/site-promotion/submission
    2. We cannot, and do not, guarantee the position and/or the volume of traffic to your website once your URL (website) is submitted to any search engines by Bpath.
    3. Support for the Service is provided entirely by Bpath www.names.co.uk/site-promotion/submission
  2. Requirements for Service
    1. The services must be used in respect of a registered domain name.
  3. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the on-line order form or through one of our representatives.
  4. Activation of Service
    1. In order to activate the Service you need to log into your Account with us and follow the instructions supplied under Search Engine Tools.
  5. Duration
    1. The Contract for the provision of the Service is for a fixed period of one year from payment of the Service and will continue unless terminated in accordance with clause 7 below.
  6. Charges
    1. We require payment in advance for the purchase and renewal of the Service.
  7. Termination
    1. The Service may be terminated by you at any time on giving written notice to us, or will be deemed to have been terminated by you through non-payment of the renewal due on the expiry date of the Service.
    2. We shall be entitled to terminate the Service immediately on serving written notice if:
      1. Our third party provider is unable to provide the Service or becomes bankrupt or has a receiver or administrator appointed over all or any part of their assets
      2. It becomes unlawful for us to provide the Service
    3. Please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).

SCHEDULE K

Terms and conditions relating to our SiteMaker Service ("the Service")

The Service is provided by a third party company, SiteMaker Software Limited, and branded by us as SiteMaker. The Terms and Conditions below relate to the sale and provision of the Service through us, in conjunction with these terms you also agree to SiteMaker's End User License Agreement, which can be found online at http://www.names.co.uk/sitemaker-eula.html

  1. Definitions

    In this schedule:

    1. "Brand Features" means all trade marks, service marks, logos and other distinctive brand features.
    2. "Links" means button pointer graphic text (including our Brand Features) incorporated within your Site, which permit users to navigate directly to our Site.
    3. "Product" means any item offered for sale through our Site.
    4. "Site" means either your World Wide Web site or one belonging to us.
    5. "Sub-domain Name" means a name selected to be part of your free 14 day trial.
    6. "The trial", "free trial", "14 Day FREE Trial" means the free 14 day trial of the Service.
    7. "User" means a visitor referred to our Site through the Links on your Site.
  2. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the on-line order form or through one of our representatives.
  3. Service
    1. A description of the packages and services we offer can be found on our web site www.names.co.uk/sitemaker.html
    2. First Line Technical Support for the Service is provided by Namesco.
    3. The Service is not available to customers with a shared hosting package on their domain.
  4. Requirements for Service
    1. The Services must be used in respect of a registered domain name, except if you have signed up for "14 Day FREE Trial", where you are required to select your subdomain of "Subdomainname".my14daytrial.co.uk
  5. Activation of Service
    1. In order to activate the Service you need to login to your account with us and follow the instructions supplied under SiteMaker.
    2. In order to activate "14 Day FREE Trial" you need to ensure you have provided us with username, password, valid email address and Sub-domain Name.
  6. Duration
    1. The contract for the provision of the free trial is for 14 days from date of signup and/or order. At end of your free trial, your SiteMaker account and its content will be frozen and/or deleted, unless transferred to a registered domain with an associated SiteMaker product through us.
    2. If you transfer the Service to an associated SiteMaker product through us following expiry of the free trial, the Service will continue on an ongoing basis, unless terminated in accordance with clause 8 below.
  7. Charges
    1. We require payment in advance for the purchase and renewal of the Service.
  8. Termination
    1. The Service may be terminated by you at any time on giving 30 days written notice to us, or will be deemed to have been terminated by you through non-payment of the renewal due on the expiry date of the Service. Please note that should you terminate the Service your site(s) and all its contents will be deleted. Please note that deleting your site(s) does not terminate your contract, you need to explicitly cancel the subscription in writing.
    2. Neither us nor SiteMaker can take any responsibility for additional funds charged to you unless you explicitly terminate your subscription and receive confirmation that this has taken place.
    3. We shall be entitled to terminate the Service immediately on serving written notice if:
      1. Our third party provider is unable to provide the Service or becomes bankrupt or has a receiver or administrator appointed over all or any part of their assets
      2. It becomes unlawful for us to provide the Service
    4. Please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).

SCHEDULE L

Terms and conditions relating to our Ecommerce Service ("the Service")

This Service Order ("SO") is an integral and essential part of the General Conditions of Service ("GCS"). The GCS and this SO establish the terms and conditions for provision of the Ecommerce Service ("Service" or "Ecommerce") by Namesco Limited ('Namesco') to the Client. The acceptance and/or the validation of the Order Form by the Client involves full acceptance of the current SO.

  1. Definitions

    In this Schedule:

    1. "Service": means the provision of the Ecommerce Solution by Namesco to the Client
    2. "Ecommerce Solution": means the Hosting service offered by Namesco allowing the Client to publish and create an online shop without advanced technical knowledge using the Editor's Software
    3. "Editor": means ePages, owner of the Software used to provide the Ecommerce Solution
    4. "Software": means the program owned by the Editor and delivered by Namesco in the Ecommerce Solution
    5. "Client": means the legal entity entering into this SO
  2. Description of the Ecommerce Service
    1. Namesco offers the Client several types of Ecommerce solutions allowing the Client to publish and edit an online shop using the Software edited by the Editor, which website is accessible at the following URL http://www.epages.com/en/.
    2. The Client hereby recognises that he/she acquires only a non-exclusive and non-transferrable licence to use the Ecommerce Software, valid only for the duration subscribed to by the Client.
    3. The Client hereby officially accepts to comply with the terms and conditions of use of the licence established by the Editor accessible at the following URL http://www.epages.com/en/about-us/tc/.
    4. The Client commits not to infringe or violate the Editor's rights on the Software in any way, in particular, the Client commits not to copy, modify, adapt, redistribute, decompile, create derivative works, disassemble, etc. the Ecommerce Software in any way.
    5. The Client accepts that the Ecommerce Software is not modifiable. The Editor has the exclusive right to modify the code of the Software. The Client accepts that the Software is delivered "as is" without any warranty of any kind including, but not limited to, fitness to a particular purpose, absence of bug, etc. The Client hereby accepts the software is configurable and manageable only to the extent permitted by the Editor. The Client therefore waives all recourse against Namesco, its' agents, employees, contractors, affiliates and group companies on these aspects.
  3. Responsibilities of the Client
    1. The Client is solely responsible for the management and the configuration of his/her online shop. Such management and configuration will have to be done via the Online Control Panel associated to the online shop only. Namesco assumes no liability of any kind in that respect, for instance, in case of accidental deletion of the online shop by the Client. The Client hereby acknowledges that Namesco shall not manage the shop or the data on his/her behalf and will not assume any related costs.
    2. The Client will be able to insert certain types of computer code such as HTML, CSS, Flash animations etc. on the online shop, in the limits authorised and compatible with the Ecommerce Software, under his exclusive responsibility and at his/her own expense. The Client remains solely responsible for any kind of malfunction, problem, bug etc. with the online shop arising from, out of or in connection with the insertion of the code.
    3. The Client is informed that Namesco shall not save or backup the shops and the related data. The Client therefore commits to constantly backup his/her data (products, prices, pictures etc.) under his/her own responsibility and at his/her own expense and must be ready to republish and reconfigure the online shop at all times.
    4. The Client will be able to upgrade or downgrade his/her Ecommerce Solution under the applicable technical and financial conditions at the moment such change is ordered. The Client is informed that he/she will have to save all his/her data prior to completing a downgrade as such operation will lead to the complete and permanent destruction of the online shop. After the downgrade is completed, the Client will have to republish and reconfigure the online shop entirely. The Client shall therefore contact Namesco regarding the upgrade and downgrade consequences and conditions prior to changing his/her Ecommerce Solution. The Client remains solely responsible for all the consequences of such upgrade or downgrade.
    5. The Client commits and agrees to comply with all legal and or statutory formality, obligations and declarations etc., required for the exploitation and publication of the online shop, under his/her own responsibility and at his/her own expense. Namesco assumes no liability of any kind for any of these obligations and formalities.
    6. The Client formally commits and agrees not to use the Service for any kind of illegal purpose and commits to respect all applicable regulations, norms and laws.
    7. Shall the use of the Service deteriorate the Internet and/or the servers and/or platforms and/or the networks of Namesco, its' Clients or third parties, Namesco reserves the right to suspend the Service, without prior notification, and cancel the contract if this is deemed necessary. The Client remains solely responsible for the suspension of the Service and the cancellation of the contract and all direct and indirect consequences. The Client formally accepts and agrees that no refund, no voucher and no compensation shall be issued in these circumstances.
    8. In case the Client fails to comply with any of the clauses of the present SO, Namesco shall have the right to cancel the contract immediately, without prejudice to its' right to full payment of the consideration and right of Namesco to take any action for full indemnification of the damages that it might have incurred.
    9. In no event shall Namesco accept liability for any claim, damages or other liability arising from, out of or in connection with the use of the Service.
    10. The Client shall indemnify and hold harmless Namesco and its' directors, officers, employees, and agents from and against any and all claims, damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses (including reasonable legal fees and expenses) arising out of or related to use of the Service.
  4. Maintenance of the Service
    1. Namesco shall undertake its' best efforts to keep the technical platform hosting the online shops operational. The Client is informed that Namesco may run maintenance operations on the platform when required; the Client acknowledges that such operations might lead to the momentary unavailability of the online shops. Namesco shall undertake its' best efforts to warn the Client in advance via the Online Control Panel.
    2. The Client remains solely responsible for any kind of malfunction, bug, incompatibility or any other problem on the online shop due to or in connection with the program code inserted by the Client on the shop that could occur after the maintenance operations. The Client is solely responsible to fix such bugs or technical problems himself/herself and at its' own expense.
    3. The Client is informed that the potential technical problems on the Ecommerce Software which are discovered shall be escalated by Namesco to the Editor. The Client accepts that the Editor will undertake its' best efforts to fix the problem in a variable period of time that may take several months, depending notably on the complexity of the issue at stake. The Client therefore waives all recourse against Namesco its' employees, agents contractors, affiliates and group companies in that respect.
  5. Term
    1. The Service is valid for the duration that the Client has subscribed to. At the expiry date, the online shop will automatically be cancelled and all data will be deleted. The Client shall therefore renew and pay for the Service before the expiry date. Namesco assumes no liability whatsoever for any loss or damages, such as, but not limited to, loss of data, loss of profit, loss of business etc., arising from or in connection with the non renewal of the Service in due time.
  6. Consideration and Payment
    1. Payment procedures and fees due for the Service are indicated on Namesco's website and/or in the Online Control Panel and/or by email. The Client commits to comply with the payment conditions and shall pay Namesco the required fees. The Service will be activated only when the payment shall be received by Namesco.

SCHEDULE M

Terms and conditions relating to our Keywords Service ("the Service")

The Service is provided by a third party company, Google, and branded by us (Namesco) as "Keywords". The Terms and Conditions below relate to the sale and provision of the Service through us, in conjunction with these terms you also agree to Google's End User License Agreement, which can be found online at http://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/bin/static.py?hl=en&page=guide.cs&guide=1316546

  1. Definitions

    In this Schedule:

    1. "Service": means the provision of the Keywords Service by Namesco to the Client.
    2. "Client": means the legal entity entering into this schedule.
    3. "Keyword Campaign": means the Keywords advertising package chosen by the Client.
    4. "Google Network or Google Adwords™": means the Software used to provide the Keyword solution.
    5. "Third Party Networks": means the software of a third party to be incorporated into the Website which is identified in our quotation.
    6. "Product": means any item offered for sale through our Site.
    7. "Site": means either your World Wide Web site or one belonging to Namesco.
  2. Description of the Keywords Service
    1. The Service allows the Client to promote his own website and services via keyword advertising campaigns ("Keyword Campaign") chosen by the Client.
    2. The Keyword Campaign can be carried out by the Client by purchasing pre-paid packages indicated in the commercial offer on Namesco's website. Such offer contains the detailed characteristics of the Service and the pre-established number of clicks/visits the Client can choose. Namesco reserves the right to formulate personalised offers for the Clients who request it.
    3. The Keyword Campaigns may be planned on the Google network ("Google Network or Google Adwords™"), or, whenever available, on third party networks ("Third Party Networks").
    4. Keyword Campaigns will be entirely managed for the Client by Namesco. For that purpose, once the order is completed, the Client will have to communicate to Namesco, at the correspondence email address supplied post purchase, the information required to set up the campaign. Such information includes, but is not limited to, the language of the campaign, the category of products and services promoted on the website, the geographic area, the URL, the maximum amount of clicks/daily visits and any other information relevant for defining the campaign.
    5. In addition to managing the campaigns for the Client, Namesco offers a consulting service to assist the Client in identifying the objectives of the campaign, the keywords searched by internet users and in developing the advertising announcements. Namesco will monitor the results of the campaign and will send periodic reports to the Client showing the trends of the campaigns.
    6. Once the number of clicks/visits included in the pre-paid package purchased by the Client is reached, the campaign will immediately end and the Client may purchase a new package to reactivate the campaign. The number of clicks/visits included in the packages has to be considered as "scaling down", thus they will decrease in relation to the visits on the Client's site received from Google Network (in the case of Keyword Campaign) or from Third Party Network (in the case of Keyword Campaign and/or Display Campaign).
    7. The Client may request at any time reasonable modifications to the Keywords campaign underway by writing to the correspondence email address supplied post purchase, as long as such modifications do not substantially modify the initial configuration of the campaign. The modifications will then be implemented by Namesco, within three working days or sooner.
    8. The number of clicks/visits purchased by the Client can be used for up to one year from the date of purchase. Therefore, the Client may interrupt the campaign at any time and launch it again later, but no later than a year from the date of purchase. In such case, the Client accepts and recognises that the residual number of clicks/visits will be permanently lost one year from the date of purchase, as detailed in the Service and Responsibility Conditions section below.
  3. Service and Responsibility Conditions
    1. The Client commits to respect the present schedule as well as, in the case of the Keyword Campaign on the Google Network, the service conditions of Google Adwords™ accessible at the following URL: https://adwords.google.co.uk/select/tsandcsfinder, which is to be considered as an integral part of the present schedule.
    2. Namesco informs and the Client acknowledges, exonerating Namesco from any liability in that respect, that the Service does not guarantee the insertion, the positioning or the timing of the ads that are released, nor (where applicable) the number of impressions, publications, conversions or clicks relating to the ads.
    3. The Client is solely responsible for the choice of the campaign's target, for the creation of the content of the advertising messages and hereby commits to indemnify Namesco against any and all losses, actions, proceedings, costs, claims and/or demands of third parties and/or the Authorities, arising from or relating to them. Namesco reserves the right, at its entire discretion, to refuse and/or to eliminate the advertising announcements and to modify the dimensions and/or the format of the advertisements at any time in order to insure the technical specifications of the Service. All data provided by the Client for the purpose of the configuration of the campaign by Namesco (for example, data relating to targeting, etc.) shall be considered as indicative and not binding for Namesco. Namesco does not guarantee any positioning within the networks or any results in terms of performance of the campaign. The Client hereby releases Namesco from any liability in that regard.
    4. Namesco reserves the right to refuse advertising campaigns relating to (i) certain non - standard categories of products or services (ii) certain highly competitive keywords or (iii) geographic limitations that prohibit the delivery of the campaign. In such situations, Namesco can however proceed to the delivery of the campaigns if the Client accepts the personalised offer that may be proposed by Namesco. In any case, Namesco reserves the right to refuse advertising campaigns that are out of target.
    5. The Client strictly commits not to and not to allow third parties to:
      1. use the Service in a fraudulent manner, such as, but not limited to, generating fraudulent or invalid clicks or impressions on the Client's or third parties advertisement by means, notably and without limitations, of robots or other automatic search instruments and/or computer generated search requests and/or fraudulent use of other optimisation services and/or software;
      2. use automated means, sorters or other data extraction methods to have access to, start research on or, in any way, collect and use information relating to the advertisement;
      3. advertise substances, services, products or materials that are in violation of any applicable laws or regulations;
      4. manage on the same page of search results, multiple advertising campaigns connected to the same site or to a similar website, as detailed at the following address: http://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/bin/static.py?hl=en-GB&topic=1310884&guide=1308259&page=guide.cs
      5. The Client also commits to respect the editorial norms of Google (in case of Keyword Campaign) which are accessible at the following URL: http://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/bin/static.py?hl=en&page=guide.cs&guide=1316546
    6. In case of violation of such obligations, Namesco reserves the right to immediately eliminate the advertising infringing this schedule and to seek compensation for any damage that might have incurred.
    7. Namesco furthermore reserves the right to directly modify the elements of the campaign as they have been communicated by the Client in case of violation of the abovementioned editorial rules, as well as in case of inadequacy of the configuration of the campaign that is an obstacle to and/or limits the publication or the gains of the campaign itself.
    8. In such situations the modifications carried out by Namesco will be indicated to the Client by e-mail in the shortest time possible and however within the following twenty four hours of workdays. If we send the notice by post or email we will send it to the address last notified to us (see clause 2 for your obligation to keep your information up to date).
    9. Namesco informs and the Client acknowledges, releasing Namesco from all liability in the respect that the number of clicks/visits purchased by the Client, as set out in the Descriptions of Service above, will become non-usable by the Client, after a period of 1 year starting from the date of the purchase of the last package. It is understood that in such situation the Client may ask Namesco to begin/continue a campaign by purchasing a new package.
    10. Namesco lastly informs the Client that this schedule will be terminated and with it the supply of the Service, in case the partnership allowing Namesco to perform the campaigns on Google Network or on Third Party Networks should, for any reason, be terminated.
  4. Data
    1. All data, information and contents sent by the Client from or via the Service are and shall remain the exclusive property of the Client. The Client, consequently, assumes all responsibility for said data, information and content including backups.
  5. Limitations of liability
    1. Namesco will do its best efforts to deliver the Service. However, Namesco does not guarantee the results of the campaigns and in particular the number of clicks or impressions that shall be generated by the campaign.
    2. The Service is offered "AS IS" and "AS AVAILABLE" and thus Namesco does not assume any responsibilities concerning its fruition and availability, timeliness or possible cancellation.
    3. Namesco does not assume any responsibility regarding the advertising information which shall remain the exclusive property of the Client.
    4. Namesco commits to carry out every reasonable task in order to deliver the Service. However, Namesco cannot be held liable in any way towards the Client or others for loss of profit, lost earnings, or any other form of loss of anticipated profits or indirect and consequential damage connected with the performance of the Service.
    5. Furthermore, the Client accepts and recognises that Namesco cannot in any case be held liable for delays or malfunction in the provision of the Service due to events falling outside the reasonable control of Namesco, such as, but not limited to, (i) acts of God; (ii) events depending on the acts of others, such as, for example, interruption or malfunction of the services of telecommunication operators and/or electric power lines; (iii) malfunction of the terminals or other systems of communication used by the Customer.
  6. Duration
    1. This schedule will be valid as long as the number of clicks/visit has not been reached and maximum one year from the date of purchase. Afterwards, the Client can order a new package as advertised on Namesco's website at the administrative and financial conditions applicable at the time of the new order.
  7. Consideration and Payment
    1. Payment procedures and fees due for the Service are indicated on Namesco's website and/or in the Online Control Panel and/or by email. The Client commits to comply with the payment conditions and shall pay Namesco the required fees. The Service will be activated only when the payment shall be received by Namesco.

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names.co.uk Server Terms and Conditions ("the Conditions")

Dedicated, Virtual, IP Transit, Storage and Cloud Server Terms and Conditions:

Important, please read - Paying for services means you establish a Contract between Us and that You agree to the terms set out below which govern that Contract.

These Conditions set out the terms which have been agreed between Namesco and the Client for the provision of the Internet services more particularly described above.

In these Conditions "you" and "your" refer to the Client and its agents, including each person listed in your account information as being associated with your account, and "we" "us" and "our" refer collectively to Namesco and its wholly owned subsidiaries.

  1. Definitions

    In these Conditions, unless the context requires otherwise, the following shall have the meanings:

    1. "Agreed Service Level" means the levels of performance and Service to be provided by Namesco to the Client;
    2. "Equipment" means all Client equipment installed in the Premises;
    3. "Hardware" means the equipment, cabling and systems provided by Namesco in connection with the Services;
    4. "Order Confirmation" means the email sent to the Client’s email address provided at the time of taking out the Services and which details the Services the Client has purchased;
    5. "Party/Parties" means Namesco and the Client collectively;
    6. "Premises" means BlueSquare Data Services Limited's data centre located at Priors Way, Maidenhead, SL6 2HP and / or Blue Square Mk, St Neots House, Rockingham Drive, Linford Wood, Milton Keynes, MK14 6LY and / or our Reading Data Centre;
    7. "Services(s)" means the internet related Services which are supplied by Namesco on and subject to the terms in these Conditions;
    8. "Services Disruption" means any disruption in the Services which causes a failure to meet the Agreed Service Level as a result of any failure of the Hardware, Software or Namesco personnel who provide the Services and which does not result from any breach by the Client of these Conditions, and or a Force Majeure Event (see Clause 15 below);
    9. "Software" means all the computer software programs provided by Namesco in connection with the Services;
    10. "Control Panel" means the Control Panel or web site provided by Namesco in support of the Services provided to the Client;
    11. "Contract" means a contract for the provision of the Services made between Namesco and the Client;
    12. "Notified Maintenance" means essential maintenance to be carried out by Namesco in relation to the Services, Hardware and/or Software, which has been notified to the Client at least 3 days prior to its commencement;
    13. "IPRs" means any and all intellectual property rights including without limit any and all patents, design rights, database rights, copyright, know-how, moral rights, trade secrets, confidential information, trade marks, service marks,, trade names and goodwill;
    14. "User" means any individuals and businesses who access the Internet web site(s) hosted on the Hardware in connection with the Services;
    15. "Working Day" means any day which is not a Saturday, a Sunday or a bank or public holiday in England;
    16. "SLA" means the Service Level Agreement specifying the standard service level that We aim to deliver to you in respect of each Service as specified in our Agreement.
    17. "Servers" means Managed and Unmanaged Dedicated and Virtual Servers and Cloud Based servers.
  2. Provision of information – your obligations
    1. You agree with Namesco to:
      1. provide certain true, current, complete and accurate information about you as required by the application process; and
      2. maintain and update the information you provide to us upon the date you enter into the Conditions with Namesco.
    2. We rely on this information to send you important information and notices regarding your account and our Services.
    3. You must ensure that all information submitted is correct as we may not be able to rectify errors.
    4. On an ongoing basis you will maintain accurate contact information in the Control Panel. Namesco shall not accept liability for any loss resulting from inaccurate contact information.
  3. The Services
    1. We may need to change the Service(s) as a result of legislative, regulatory or other changes requiring us to do so. We will endeavour to provide you with not less than twenty-one (21) days notice in advance of such alteration taking effect, but shall not guarantee that we can always do so.
    2. We may also need to temporarily suspend the Service without notice in order to repair, maintain, replace or improve the Service or our network, or in an emergency. If we need to do this, we will try to keep you informed and will try to keep interruptions to a minimum, but we cannot always guarantee to do so.
    3. Unless otherwise indicated the Services do not include back up of your data. You are responsible for the back up of your own files and data, for your own internal network and all equipment that is connected to the Internet. In particular, it is your responsibility to ensure that your firewalls and anti-virus protection are kept up-to-date and are sufficient for your needs.
  4. Duration
    1. Unless otherwise specified the Contract will start when we accept your order for Service(s) and the subscription payment period has been cleared, which we will acknowledge in writing by sending you an email to the email address notified to us in your order and will continue in accordance with the terms applicable to a particular Service and for the subscription period applicable to the Service(s) in question.
    2. The Service will lapse unless we receive payment for the extended term of the subscription. We will not be liable in respect of the non-renewal of a Service if, having sent you a renewal notice, we do not receive the applicable payment, or if you fail to notify us of a change of contact details.
    3. The Contract (and any subscription for Service(s)) may be terminated early by either Party pursuant to clause 7 of these Conditions.
  5. Your Obligations
    1. We shall report, if appropriate, misuse or abuse of the Service by you to any regulatory authority or, in the case of criminal matters, the police.
    2. you agree not to use the Service, Hardware and or Software to do any of the following and it is expressly agreed between us and you that if there is any breach of this Clause 4 we may, without further notice to you and without obligation to pay compensation apply service credits or refund any monies, suspend restrict or terminate your Service if you:
      1. upload, post or otherwise transmit any content that is unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene (illegal pornography), libelous, invasive of another’s privacy, hateful, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable. Please note that IRC services may not be run on our network. Contact us for clarification where needed;
      2. harm minors in any way;
      3. impersonate any person or entity or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent your affiliation with a person or entity. Forge headers or spoof or monitor/sniff IP jackets;
      4. forge headers or otherwise manipulate identifiers in order to disguise the origin of any content or third party content transmitted via the Services;
      5. upload, post or otherwise transmit any third party content that you do not have a right to transmit under Law or under contractual or fiduciary relationships;
      6. upload, post or otherwise transmit any third party content that infringes any patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright or other proprietary rights of any party;
      7. upload, post or otherwise transmit any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotional materials, "junk mail," "spam," "chain letters," "pyramid schemes," or any other form of solicitation, except in those areas of the Services that are designated for such purpose;
      8. upload, post or otherwise transmit any third party content that contains software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment;
      9. promote or provide instructional information about illegal activities, promote physical harm or injury against any group or individual, or promote any act of cruelty to animals;
      10. do anything that in the opinion of us is likely to bring the Service into disrepute.
  6. Charges and Payment Methods
    1. The Client shall pay the price for the Services as detailed in the Order Confirmation.
    2. The price covers permitted bandwidth (agreed connection rate) as stated in the Order Confirmation. If the Client exceeds the limits set out in the Oder Confirmation then Namesco reserves the right to make additional charges for all usage above the permitted bandwidth at its’ then prevailing charge rate as published. Namesco will endeavour to notify the Client when its’ bandwidth use exceeds the limits agreed, however it is the Client’s responsibility to monitor the bandwidth being used from time to time using the Control Panel.
    3. All prices quoted to the Client for the provision of Services by Namesco are exclusive of any VAT for which the Client may be additionally liable at the applicable rate.
    4. Where the Services are purchased with a set up fee, this fee is payable immediately.
    5. The price and all other amounts due as confirmed on the Order Confirmation shall be paid by the Client by the due date and in the currency as specified in Namesco’s proforma. Payment shall be made in full without any abatement, set off or deduction on any grounds.
    6. Payment terms for all invoices and Services must be received by the due date. Payments are made one month in advance for all Services. If you do not make payment on the due date, we will:
      1. be entitled to charge you interest on the amount owing (both before and after judgment) on the amount unpaid at the rate of 4% per annum above the base rate from time to time of HSBC plc, such interest accruing on a daily basis from the date that payment falls due until the date that payment is made in full, and/or
      2. suspend the Service(s) until payment is made in full, and/or
      3. terminate the Contract in whole or in part and cease providing the Service(s).
    7. If you are persistently late in settling your account (defined as being placed on hold more than 3 times during your Contract with us), we reserve the right in the event of subsequent late payments to put you on hold 24 hours after the first reminder of your account being overdue is sent.
    8. We do not offer refunds for servers and Services purchased in advance. Please refer to our website www.names.co.uk/info/terms/refund-policy for our refund policy.
    9. If your server is attacked (DoS) then we reserve the right to remove your server from our network without notice and without obligation to pay compensation apply service credits or refund any monies in respect of Service downtime.
    10. Where payment is made by credit/debit card initially, the Client expressly authorises Namesco to charge recurring billing as appropriate, until the Client gives written notice otherwise to Namesco and the credit/debit card company, or the Services are terminated.
    11. If any payment paid to us by you in payment of the Services, is not honoured for any reason:
      1. the Service to which the payment relates will be suspended pending payment of the outstanding account in full together with a "failed payment" charge of £25 plus VAT;
      2. Where you have made duplicate or multiple payments in respect of a product or Service and then require a duplicate payment or multiple payments to be refunded, Namesco reserve the right to charge a £10.00 plus VAT admin fee prior to a refund being issued or deduct a £10.00 plus VAT admin fee from any refund issued. For the avoidance of doubt, the £10.00 plus VAT admin fee will be deducted from each individual payment that is being requested for refund;
      3. Where a payment is made to us via bank transfer of any kind, all bank charges incurred will be your responsibility.
    12. Where you have opted either online, or through one of our representatives, to pay for any Services on a monthly basis by Direct Debit:
      1. you agree that the first payment for the service will be taken by credit or debit card and all subsequent monthly payments will be taken via Direct Debit;
      2. we will send you advance notice by email to the email address specified in your Control Panel giving details of the Service the Direct Debit relates to, the total amount, the frequency and date when the amount will be collected;
      3. we confirm that the advance notice will be sent to you at least seven (7) days before the date when the Direct Debit will be collected;
      4. an advance notice will only be sent when a Direct Debit is setup or modified;
      5. in the event that more than one signatory is required for payment authorisation on any Bank or Building Society account, you confirm that you will print off and return to our Customer Care Department, Namesco Limited, Acton House, Perdiswell Park, Worcester, WR3 7GD, by recorded delivery, the Direct Debit mandate prior to any Direct Debit being set up. On receipt of the mandate we will proceed to set up the Direct Debit and you will receive advance notice of such Direct Debit in accordance with clause 5l(ii), (iii) and (iv) above;
      6. we will not initiate any Direct Debit on your account unless authorisation has been received by you;
      7. if the Direct Debit fails we will send an email to the email address listed in your Control Panel at that time to advise you of the failure. You agree that under these circumstances any future payments will be taken from the credit or debit card listed on your account until such time as the Direct Debit is authorised by the Bank or Building Society or until you contact us to make alternative payment arrangements;
      8. in the event that you change Bank or Building Society we will be notified of such change by BACS and any existing Direct Debit for the service will be cancelled. An email will then be sent to you to request that you set up a new Direct Debit via your Control Panel. You agree that under these circumstances any future payments will be taken from the credit or debit card listed on your account until such time as any new Direct Debit is set up or until such time as you contact us to make alternative payment arrangements;
      9. following cancellation of any Direct Debit you authorise us to take any future payments for the Service, to which the Direct Debit relates, from the credit or debit card listed on your account. If you wish to terminate the Service, please refer to our general and specific terms and conditions;
      10. in the event that you terminate the service, but we have not received any instructions from you with regard to cancellation of the Direct Debit associated with the service, you authorise us to take any outstanding payments for the service from the credit or debit card listed on your account and then to cancel the Direct Debit with your Bank or Building Society.
    13. You can cancel any Direct Debit, at any time. If you wish to cancel any Direct Debit you can either:
      1. write to your Bank or Building Society, sending a copy of the letter to us; or
      2. send an enquiry to the Customer Care through your Control Panel ten (10) working days prior to the next monthly renewal date for the service. We confirm that any cancellation for a Direct Debit via an enquiry will be completed within three (3) working days of the receipt of the enquiry.
      3. Remote Hands Services, where not included as part of a product package, are charged per half-hour (30 mins) plus VAT with the first 5 minutes during business hours free of charge. Applicable charges are available on request.
  7. Renewals
    1. Where you have opted for payment method 'auto-renewal' of the Services due, we will advise you of the impending expiry of the services and give you notice that we will be automatically charging your Credit/Debit card. The notice will be sent to the then current email address specified (in your Control Panel.) In the event the payment fails, we will notify you via e-mail and it will be your responsibility to make alternative payment arrangements for your service renewal. We will not be liable in respect of the non-renewal of a service if, having sent you a renewal notice, we do not receive notice of renewal and the applicable payment, or if you fail to notify us of a change of contact details.
    2. It is your responsibility to ensure that any products/services which you have selected to auto renew through your account with us, have valid up-to-date credit/debit card details assigned to it/them at all times. We cannot be held responsible for failed payments or loss of any product or service(s) as a result of invalid, expired or missing credit/debit card details.
  8. Termination and Cancellation
    1. The Contract may be terminated by you:
      1. with immediate effect on giving us written notice of termination, if we are in material breach of any obligation under the Contract and, where we can remedy that breach, have failed to do so within thirty (30) days of receiving notice from you specifying the breach and requiring its remedy; and/or
      2. immediately upon written notice if we become insolvent, a receiver is appointed over the whole or any part of our assets, enter into any composition arrangement with creditors, or have an order made or resolution passed for us to be wound up;
      3. on a change to the terms and conditions, by serving us notice in accordance with clause 1d.
    2. We shall be entitled to terminate the contract immediately on serving written notice if:
      1. you do not pay to us by its due date any sum due; the supply of the service and/or additional services to you may (in our reasonable opinion) expose us to the risk of litigation or other civil proceedings;
      2. you commit any other material or repeated breach of this agreement and, if it is capable of being remedied, fail to remedy such breach within fifteen (15) days from the date of the first notice specifying the nature of the breach and requesting its remedy;
      3. you become bankrupt, enter into an arrangement with your creditors, or have a receiver or administrator appointed over all or any part of your assets.
    3. You acknowledge that, termination of the Contract for any reason will result in us ceasing to provide all the service(s), with all the consequences that flow from such cessation, including (but not limited to), deletion of hosting account(s) and mailboxes.
    4. If you terminate the Contract during the initial subscription period as specified in the specific terms and conditions applicable to the service, or the acknowledgement of order, as the case may be, we may be entitled to charge you a cancellation fee equivalent to the subscription fee for the initial period, less any sums paid by you for that initial period. Please refer to the specific terms and conditions for more information on this.
    5. We may, at our sole discretion and without prejudice to any rights we may have to terminate the Contract, suspend the provision of the service(s) immediately on sending you written notice if we are entitled to terminate the Contract pursuant to 7b, or we need to comply with an order, instruction or request of government, an emergency services organisation or other competent administrative or regulatory authority which affects our ability to provide the service, or we reasonably believe you will fail to pay any amount due under the Contract.
    6. You must inform the billing department at least ten (10) Working Days before your billing date if you intend to cancel.
    7. Failure to cancel in accordance with Clause 1.11 will result in your account being charged for one extra month.
  9. Intellectual Property, Licence and Ownership
    1. All Intellectual Property Rights to the Services, Hardware and/or Software including without limit any Internet Protocol Addresses assigned to the Client are and shall remain the property of Namesco. Namesco reserves the right to change the Internet Protocol Address assigned to the client at any time, however Namesco shall endeavour to give reasonable notice of the change and shall use reasonable endeavours to reduce disruption to the Client resulting from such changes.
    2. Title to the Hardware and Software (both legal and equitable) is and shall at all times remain with Namesco and the Client shall keep the Software and Hardware free of all charges, liens and encumbrances and protect it from any and all judicial process.
    3. Namesco grants to the Client a non-exclusive non-transferable licence to use the Software on the Hardware and in conjunction with the Services and except as provided for in these Conditions the Client is not permitted to sub-licence any rights granted under the Conditions to any third party. The Client agrees that it will not in itself, or through a third party:
      1. copy the Software, except as is necessary to install on Hardware and for internal, archiving purposes. In the event that the Client makes any copies of the Software, the Client shall reproduce all proprietary notices on such copies;
      2. reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or otherwise attempt to derive source code from the Software;
      3. sell, lease, licence or sub-licence the Software or associated documentation; or
      4. Write or develop any dervative or other software programs based, in whole or in part, upon the Software or any confidential information.
  10. Indemnity
    1. The Client agrees to fully indemnify and keep Namesco, its’ subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, partners, employees and agents fully indemnified from and against all actions, demands, costs (on a full indemnity basis), losses, penalties, damages liability, claims and expenses (including but not limited to legal fees) whatsoever incurred by it or them and arising from any of the following:
      1. the Client’s breach of the Contract and or these Conditions or its’ negligence or other act, omission or default;
      2. the operation or break down of any equipment or software owned or used by the Client but not the Hardware and or Software;
      3. the Client’s use or misuse of the Services;
      4. the Client infringing (whether innocently or knowingly) third party rights (including without limit IPRs).
  11. Limitation of Liability
    1. This Clause 10 sets out our entire financial liability (including any liability for the acts or omissions of our employees, agents, consultants, and subcontractors) to you in respect of:
      1. any breach of the Contract;
      2. any use made by you of the Services, or any part of them;
      3. any representation, statement or tortious act or omission (including negligence) arising under or in connection with the Contract.
    2. All warranties, conditions and other terms implied by statute or common law are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded from the Contract.
    3. Nothing in these Clauses limits or excludes our liability:
      1. for death or personal injury resulting from negligence; or
      2. for any damage or liability incurred by you as a result of fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation by us.
    4. Subject to Clause 10. b. and Clause 10. c.:
      1. We shall not be liable for:
        1. loss of profits; or
        2. loss of business; or
        3. depletion of goodwill and/or similar losses; or
        4. loss of anticipated savings; or
        5. loss of goods; or
        6. loss of contract; or
        7. loss of use; or
        8. loss of or corruption of data or information; or
        9. delay or inability to use the Service or a Linked Service; or
        10. reliance upon third party content; or
        11. loss of confidentiality; or
        12. termination of your access; or
        13. virus transmitted; or
        14. failure of communication media; or
        15. unauthorised access to your server/computer; or
        16. theft; or
        17. loss of, or damage to, any data or other information or property; or
        18. any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses; or,
        19. any consequences arising from a minor's use of our Premises or Services or any consequence arising from the minor's age or legal incapacity.
      2. our total aggregate liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach of statutory duty), misrepresentation, restitution or otherwise arising in connection with the performance, or contemplated performance, of the Contract shall be limited to the Service Level Agreement Credits as attached and you expressly confirm that you agree that there are no other rights or remedies available at Law.
  12. Personal Information
    1. By registering for the service(s) you consent to us using and/or disclosing any personal information as follows:
      1. for processing your application, which may involve a credit check which, in the case of an individual, may record that a credit check has been made and disclosing your personal and account information to a bank for the purposes of setting up a direct debit arrangement; and
      2. if necessary, providing or arranging for third parties to provide customer care facilities and bill you for the service, which may involve disclosing your personal information to third parties solely for those purposes.
      3. to us by logging an enquiry through your Control Panel or by writing to us by first class registered post at Acton House, Perdiswell Park, Worcester, WR3 7GD;
      4. to you by email transmission or first or second class post to the email or postal address registered on the contact details page of your Control Panel on the date when notice is sent (see clause 1 for your obligation to keep your information up to date);
    2. Any notice delivered to you shall be deemed to have been received by you:
      1. by email transmission on the date notice is sent;
      2. by first or second class post three (3) working days after the date notice is sent.
    3. Any notice delivered to us by logging an enquiry through your Control Panel and/or by first class registered post shall only be deemed to have been received and accepted by us on acknowledgment to you by email (this does not include any auto responder sent by us) or by signing for the registered post.
  13. Data Protection
    1. We recognise our obligations under both Data Protection legislation and under contract to maintain the confidentiality of your data so far as it is known to us. However, there are circumstances in which such data may need to be disclosed to third parties as follows:
    2. You acknowledge and agree that details of the your name, address and payment record may be submitted to a credit reference agency, and personal data will be processed by and on behalf of us in connection with the Services.
    3. You acknowledge and agree that details of the Client's name, address and assigned IP Addresses may be released to law enforcement agencies upon production of valid notices and/or to third parties upon service of a valid disclosure notice issued by a court of competent jurisdiction.
    4. You acknowledge and agree that details of your name, address, telephone and fax numbers together with email address(es) and assigned IP Addresses may be released to the RIPE NCC to ensure that both we and you fulfil their obligations under prevailing RIPE policies and that such data may be published in whole or in part in the RIPE WHOIS database.
    5. You are responsible for the security and confidentiality of your username and password.
    6. Your use of the Service signifies your consent to us collecting and using personal information about you in accordance with these terms and conditions.
    7. We use the personal information collected about you to let you know about new goods, services or offers.
  14. Force Majeure
    1. 'An event of force majeure' means, in relation to either party, an event or circumstance beyond the reasonable control of that party including (without limitation) any act of God, inclement weather, failure or shortage of power supplies, flood, drought, lightning or fire, strike, lock-out or trade dispute or labour disturbance, the act or omission of government, highway authorities or any telecommunications carrier, operator or administration or other competent authority, the act or omission of any Internet service provider, war, military operations, act of terrorism or riot, delay or failure in manufacture, production or supply by third parties of equipment or services.
    2. The party suffering the event of force majeure shall not be deemed to be in breach of this agreement or otherwise liable to the other party for any delay in performance or any non-performance of any obligations under this agreement (and the time for performance shall be extended accordingly) if and to the extent that the delay or non-performance is due to an event of force majeure.
    3. If the event of force majeure in question prevails for a continuous period in excess of one (1) month after the date on which it began, the other party may give notice to the party suffering the event of force majeure terminating this agreement. The notice to terminate must specify the termination date, which must be not less than seven (7) clear days after the date on which the notice to terminate is given. Once a notice to terminate has been validly given, this agreement will terminate on the termination date set out in the notice.
  15. Variation
    1. We may, from time to time change any part of these Conditions and will post such changes to our website (www.names.co.uk).
  16. Waiver
    1. A waiver of any right under the Conditions is only effective if it is in writing and it applies only to the circumstances for which it is given. No failure or delay by a party in exercising any right or remedy under the Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that (or any other) right or remedy, nor preclude or restrict its further exercise. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise of that (or any other) right or remedy.
    2. Unless specifically provided otherwise, rights arising under the Conditions are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law.
  17. Severance
    1. If any provision of the Conditions (or part of any provision) is found by any court or other authority of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that provision or part-provision shall, to the extent required, be deemed not to form part of the Contract, and the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of the Contract shall not be affected.
    2. If a provision of the Contract (or part of any provision) is found illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the provision shall apply with the minimum modification necessary to make it legal, valid and enforceable.
  18. Entire Agreement
    1. The Contract constitutes the whole agreement between the Parties and supersedes all previous agreements between the Parties relating to its subject matter.
    2. Each Party acknowledges that, in entering into the Contract, it has not relied on, and shall have no right or remedy in respect of, any statement, representation, assurance or warranty (whether made negligently or innocently) (other than for breach of contract).
    3. Any typographical, clerical or other error in any sales literature, marketing materials, quotation, price list or other Document issued by us or contained on any part of the our website shall be subject to correction without any liability on the part of us. For the avoidance of doubt, our brochure and other sales literature or marketing materials either appearing on our website or in printed form are not incorporated into and do not form part of the Contract.
    4. Nothing in this Clause shall limit or exclude any liability for fraud.
  19. Assignment
    1. You Client may not assign, in whole or in part, your rights under the Contract.
    2. We are entitled, upon giving fourteen (14) days written notice, to assign the whole or part of its rights under the Contract to another member of the Blue Square Data Group.
    3. Each party that has rights under the Contract is acting on its own behalf and not for the benefit of another person.
  20. No Partnership or Agency
    1. Nothing in the Contract is intended to, or shall be deemed to, constitute a partnership or joint venture of any kind between any of the parties, nor constitute any party the agent of another party for any purpose. No party shall have authority to act as agent for, or to bind, the other party in any way.
  21. Rights of Third Parties
    1. The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 shall not apply to this agreement and no person other than the parties to this agreement shall have any rights under it, nor shall it be enforceable under that Act by any person other than the parties.
  22. Notices
    1. Any notice or other communication required to be given under the Contract shall be in writing and shall be delivered personally, or sent by pre-paid first-class post, recorded delivery or by commercial courier to the other party and for the attention of the person specified in the Order Confirmation, or as otherwise specified by the relevant party by notice in writing to the other party.
    2. Any notice or other communication shall be deemed to have been duly received if delivered personally, when left at the address and for the contact referred to in the Order Confirmation or, if sent by pre-paid first-class post or recorded delivery, at 9:00 am (UK time) on the second Working Day after posting, or if delivered by commercial courier, on the date and at the time that the courier's delivery receipt is signed.
    3. This Clause 21 shall not apply to the service of any proceedings or other documents in any legal action.
    4. A notice or other communication required to be given under or in connection with the Contract shall be validly served if sent by e mail. If sent by email, it shall be deemed to be duly received at the time sent.
  23. Limitation Period, Governing Law and Jurisdiction
    1. Notwithstanding any other provision of the Contract, no proceedings shall be commenced against us under the Contract more than six (6) months after the event giving rise to the proceedings has occurred (save in the event of fraud or deliberate concealment by us).
    2. The Contract, and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it or its subject matter, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales.
    3. The Parties irrevocably agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of, or in connection with, the Contract or its subject matter.

SCHEDULE O

Terms and conditions relating to our CloudSite Service ("the Service")

The Service is provided by a third party company, "The Platform Software Limited", and branded by us as "CloudSite." The Terms and Conditions along with our General terms and conditions and acceptable use policy relate to the sale and provision of the Service through us.

  1. Definitions

    In this schedule:

    1. "Brand Features" means all trademarks, service marks, logos and other distinctive brand features.
    2. "Links" means button pointer graphic text (including our Brand Features) incorporated within your Site, which permit users to navigate directly to our Site.
    3. "Product" means any item offered for sale through our Site.
    4. "Site" means either your World Wide Web Site or one belonging to us.
    5. "Sub-domain Name" means a name selected to be part of your free 14 day trial.
    6. "The trial", "free trial", "14 Day FREE Trial" means the free 14 day trial of the Service.
    7. "User" means a visitor referred to our Site through the Links on your Site.
  2. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the online order form or through one of our representatives.
  3. Service
    1. A description of the packages and services we offer can be found on our website www.names.co.uk/create-a-website/cloudsite
    2. First Line Technical Support for the Service is provided by Namesco.
    3. The Service is not available to customers with a shared hosting package on their domain.
  4. Requirements for Service
    1. The Services must be used in respect of a registered domain name, except if you have signed up for "14 Day FREE Trial", where you are required to select your subdomain of "Subdomainname" at mycloudsite.co.uk
  5. Activation of Service
    1. In order to activate the Service you need to log in to your account with us and follow the instructions supplied under CloudSite.
    2. In order to activate "14 Day FREE Trial" you need to ensure you have provided us with username, password, valid email address and Sub-domain Name.
  6. Duration
    1. The contract for the provision of the free trial is for 14 days from date of signup and/or order. At end of your free trial, your CloudSite account and its content will be frozen and/or deleted, unless transferred to a registered domain with an associated CloudSite product through us.
    2. If you transfer the Service to an associated CloudSite product through us following expiry of the free trial, the Service will continue on an ongoing basis, unless terminated in accordance with clause 8 below.
  7. Websites created and Content submitted
    1. By submitting Content to BaseKit for the creation of a website in BaseKit, you grant BaseKit a world-wide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, modify, adapt and publish the Content within the BaseKit platform. This license exists only for as long as you continue to be a BaseKit customer and shall be terminated at the time your website is terminated.
    2. You acknowledge that BaseKit does not pre-screen Content, but that BaseKit shall have the right (but not the obligation) in their sole discretion to refuse or remove any Content that is available via the Service. Without limiting the foregoing, BaseKit shall have the right to remove any Content that violates their T&Cs or is otherwise objectionable. You agree that you must evaluate, and bear all risks associated with, the use of any Content, including any reliance on the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of such Content.
  8. Charges
    1. We require payment in advance for the purchase and renewal of the Service.
  9. Termination
    1. The Service may be terminated by you at any time on giving 30 days written notice to us, or will be deemed to have been terminated by you through non-payment of the renewal due on the expiry date of the Service. Please note that should you terminate the Service your site(s) and all its contents will be deleted. Please note that deleting your site(s) does not terminate your contract, you need to explicitly cancel the subscription in writing.
    2. Neither us nor The Platform Limited can take any responsibility for additional funds charged to you unless you explicitly terminate your subscription and receive confirmation that this has taken place.
    3. We shall be entitled to terminate the Service immediately on serving written notice if:
      1. Our third party provider is unable or unwilling to provide the Service or becomes bankrupt or has a receiver or administrator appointed over all or any part of their assets
      2. It becomes unlawful for us to provide the Service
    4. Please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).

SCHEDULE P

intY Online Subscription Agreement for intY and Microsoft Office 365 Products

This intY Online Subscription Agreement is between the entity that accepts this agreement (“you”) and IntY Limited as defined in the reseller contract] (“us”, “we”). This agreement consists of:

  1. the below terms and conditions;
  2. the Online Services Use Rights;
  3. the Service Level Agreements; and
  4. the pricing and payment terms available via the Order Process.

This agreement is effective on the date we provide you with a confirmation for your first Order. You enter into this agreement for business purposes only.

Terms and Conditions

  1. Definitions
    1. "Affiliate" means any legal entity that a party owns, that owns a party, or that is under common ownership with a party.
    2. "Ownership" means, for purposes of this definition, control of more than a 50% interest in an entity.
    3. "Committed Offering" means the Subscription option for a Product as described below in Section 3a.
    4. "Consumption Offering" means the Subscription option for a Product as described below in Section 3a.
    5. "Customer Data" means all data, including all text, sound, or image files that you provided, or are provided on your behalf, to us through your use of the Online Services.
    6. "intY" means intY and its Affiliates at the address in section 12.
    7. "License" means the right to copy, install, use, access, display, run and/or otherwise interact with a Product, as applicable, and as may be further described in the Online Services Use Rights.
    8. "Licensed Software" means any software product supplied to support the Product. Licensed Software is offered on a standalone basis or as a component of an Online Service.
    9. "Microsoft" means Microsoft and its Affiliates.
    10. "Online Service" means any online service as available via the Order Process. An Online Service may include Supplemental Software and/or Licensed Software.
    11. "Online Services Use Rights" means the use rights for each Product; for Office 365 these are published at http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/onlineuserights/english and for other services at: http://docs.cascadeportal.com/licensing/onlineuserights/english. intY may change the location of these websites.
    12. "Order" means an order for a Product via the Order Process. An Order may include multiple Subscriptions to a Product.
    13. "Order Process" means a method by which you order the Product either electronically or by paper order form either directly with intY or via a third party.
    14. "Product" means any Online Service or delivered hardware item and any Licensed Software as described via the Order Process.
    15. "Service Level Commitment and Code of Practice" means agreements representing commitments we make regarding delivery and/or performance of an Online Service, available at /info/terms/service-level-commitment. Namesco may change the location of these websites.
    16. "Subscription" means the part of the Order identifying the specific Product being ordered and may include the quantity, ship-to address, or other information.
    17. "Supplemental Software" means software provided to you as part of an Online Service and which is used with the Online Service to enable certain functions of the Online Service.
    18. "Term" means the duration of a Subscription.
  2. Your use of our Products
    1. General. This agreement governs your use of the Products. You may need to activate an Online Service prior to use. We grant you a License to Products you ordered provided you pay for them and comply with this agreement. Your License is non-exclusive, non-perpetual, and, unless specifically allowed, non-transferable. Minimum system requirements or other factors may affect your ability to use Products. We reserve all rights not expressly granted in this agreement.
    2. Service Level Agreement. We will provide Online Services according to the Service Level Agreement(s).
    3. Privacy, Use and Security of Customer Data. We will handle your Customer Data according to the privacy, use and security terms set forth in the Online Services Use Rights. Microsoft may receive and use the information relating to you that Microsoft receives in order to provide the Products and uphold its responsibilities under this Agreement.
    4. Supplemental Software. To enable optimal access and use of certain Online Services, you may need to install Supplemental Software, including upgrades and/or updates. This agreement governs your use of Supplemental Software, and any upgrades/updates, unless we present separate license terms to you upon installation. Any separate license terms are between us and you, not your users. You may use Supplemental Software only to support the applicable Online Service. Copies you make must be complete copies (including copyright and trademark notices) and made from Microsoft or intY-approved media or a network source. You may use a third party to make and install these copies, but you agree to be responsible for that third party’s actions. You agree to use reasonable efforts to inform anyone you allow to use the Supplemental Software that it is licensed from us and subject to the terms of this agreement. We may check the version of the Supplemental Software you are using and recommend or download updates, with or without notice, to your devices. Your right to use the Supplemental Software ends when your right to use the Online Service ends or when we update the Online Service and it no longer supports the Supplemental Software, whichever comes first. You must uninstall the Supplemental Software when your right to use it ends. We may also disable it at that time.
    5. Licensed Software. We grant you Licenses for the number of copies of Licensed Software you ordered. We also grant you the right to use a prior (older) version in place of a Licensed Software version you license if we specify such use in the Online Services Use Rights.
      1. Qualifying desktop operating system License. Licenses for desktop operating system software available under this agreement are upgrade Licenses only ("OS Upgrade Licenses"), not full Licenses. All your computers that will run OS Upgrade Licenses must be licensed to run one of the full qualifying desktop operating systems identified in the Online Services Use Rights. You may internally reassign OS Upgrade Licenses from the original computer to a replacement computer within your enterprise, so long as (1) the replacement computer is licensed to run a full qualifying operating system identified in the Online Services Use Rights, (2) you remove any OS Upgrade License software from the original computer, and (3) that reassignment is not within 90 days of the last reassignment.
      2. When Licenses become perpetual. A License to Licensed Software you obtained under this agreement lasts only for the Subscription Term. Any references in the Online Services Use Rights to running Licensed Software on a perpetual basis apply only if you obtained perpetual Licenses.
      3. License confirmation. Proof of your Licenses consists of: (1) this agreement, (2) any Order confirmation, (3) documentation evidencing License transfers (for any permitted transfers), and, if applicable, (4) proof of payment.
      4. License rights are not related to fulfillment of software media. Your acquisition of software media does not affect your License to Licensed Software obtained under this agreement. We license Licensed Software to you, we do not sell it.
      5. Copies. You may make as many copies of the Licensed Software as you need to distribute them throughout your organization provided you have a valid License for each such copy. Copies you make must be complete copies (including copyright and trademark notices). You must make copies from Microsoft or intY-approved media or a network source acquired from or made available by a Microsoft or intY-approved fulfillment source. You may use a third party to make and install these copies, but you agree to be responsible for that third party’s actions. You must use reasonable efforts to inform anyone you allow to use the Licensed Software that it is licensed from us and subject to the terms of this agreement.
      6. Right to re-image. In certain cases, you may re-image a software product on a device by using the Licensed Software media. If you acquired the software product (1) from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM), (2) as a full packaged software product through a retail source, or (3) under another Microsoft or intY program, you may use the media provided to you under this agreement to create images for use in place of copies provided through that separate source. You have this right provided that:
        1. You have a valid license from the separate source for each copy of the software product that is re-imaged;
        2. The Licensed Software, language, version, and components of the copies are identical to the software product, language, version, and all components of the copies they replace and the number of copies or instances of the re-imaged software product permitted remains the same;
        3. Except for copies of an operating system and copies of software product licensed under another Microsoft or intY program, the Licensed Software type (e.g., upgrade or full License) is identical to the software product type from the separate source;
        4. You comply with any specific requirements for re-imaging identified in the Online Services Use Rights; and
        5. You agree that re-images made under this subsection remain subject to the terms and use rights provided with the software product from the separate source.
          This subsection does not create or extend any warranty or support obligation.
      7. Transferring and assigning Licenses.
        1. License Transfers. License transfers are not permitted. The resale of Licenses is prohibited, including any transfer by you or your Affiliate(s) for the purpose of transferring those Licenses to an unaffiliated third party.
        2. Internal Assignment of Licenses. Licenses must be assigned to a single user or device. Licenses may be reassigned as described in the Online Services Use Rights.
    6. Limitations on use The Online Services Use Rights identify limitations on your use of Products in addition to those specified in this agreement. You may not reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble any Product, except where applicable law permits it despite this limitation. You may not rent, lease, lend, resell, or host to or for third parties any Product, except as expressly permitted for a given Product in the Online Services Use Rights. You may not separate and use the components of a Product on two or more computers, upgrade or downgrade components at different times, or transfer components separately, except as provided in the Online Services Use Rights.
    7. Responsibility for your IDs and accounts. You are responsible for protecting the confidentiality of any Microsoft Live IDs and Microsoft or intY Online Services IDs associated with this agreement. In addition, you are responsible for your passwords, if any, and all activity with your Online Service accounts including that of users you provision and dealings with third parties that take place through your account or associated accounts. You must keep your accounts and passwords confidential. You must tell us right away about any possible misuse of your accounts or any security incident related to the Online Service.
    8. Support of Products. The support of the Products is managed by intY and will be provided directly from the intY support center in accordance with the Service Level Agreement or by a third party appointed by intY to deliver this support to you. The support arrangement will be described via the Order Process. Support of any Microsoft products supplied under this agreement is not available directly from Microsoft
  3. Ordering, pricing, payments, renewals, and taxes
    1. The Order Process provides the available Subscription options for each Product and they can generally be categorized as follows:
      1. Committed Offerings: You commit in advance to purchase a specific quantity of Products for use during a Term. You pay on a periodic basis during the Term in advance.
      2. Consumption Offerings: You pay based on actual usage in the preceding month with no upfront commitment. Payment is on a periodic basis in arrears.
      3. Combination Offerings: You may have a Subscription that is a combination of a Committed Offering and a Consumption Offering.
      4. One-off Offerings: You may have a Product that you pay for once and is not a recurring Subscription. You pay in advance or at the time of delivery of the Product.

      With respect to any offerings available free of charge, provisions in this agreement with respect to pricing, cancellation fees and payment do not apply.
    2. Ordering. You can place an Order via the Order Process.
      1. For Committed Offerings, you may increase or decrease the quantity of Product Licenses during the Term. Licenses added to a Subscription will expire at the end of the original Term. If you decrease the quantity during a Term, we may charge you a cancellation fee for the decrease in quantity as described below in the section titled "Cancellation of a Subscription." A Subscription for a Product that is supplemental requires a Subscription for the underlying Product. A Subscription for a supplemental Product may end when the Subscription for the underlying Product ends. Each Subscription shall be for a defined Term (e.g., 30 days or 12 months) as specified via the Order Process.
      2. You may place Orders for your Affiliates under this agreement and grant your Affiliates administrative rights to manage their Product. Affiliates may not place Orders under this agreement. If you grant any rights to your Affiliates, such Affiliates shall be bound by this agreement. You also may assign a third party a License to a Product if the third party needs such a License as part of your internal business needs. You agree to be jointly and severally liable for any Product ordered for or other actions taken by any of your Affiliates or any third party to which you provide rights under this agreement.
      3. For One-off offerings you cannot change the quantity of Products once the order is submitted. Additional orders may be placed if you require an increase in the quantity of one-off products.
    3. Prices and invoices. Payment is due 3o days from the date of invoice. Pricing and payment terms for Products are available via the Order Process. Payments are due and must be made according to the payment option you selected for each Product on the Order Form. You consent to the electronic transmittal of the sales invoice to yourself.
      1. For Committed Offerings, the price level may be based on your Order quantity for a given Product. Your price level may be adjusted if the number of Licenses in the Subscription is increased or decreased during the Term and you qualify for a different price level. Price level changes are not retroactive. Any resulting change in the payment due for that Subscription will be pro-rated. Prices for each price level are fixed at the time the Order is first placed and shall apply throughout the Term. Prices and price levels are subject to change at the beginning of any Subscription renewal.
      2. For Consumption Offerings, the pricing and rate schedules will be based on actual usage and subject to change at any time upon notice.
    4. Subscription renewal.
      1. For Committed Offerings, a Subscription will automatically renew and, the quantity of Licenses in each Subscription at the time of renewal, including any Licenses added during the Term, is automatically renewed.
      2. For Consumption Offerings, renewal is unnecessary because your ability to use the Product will continue until the applicable Product is discontinued.
      3. Trial Subscriptions cannot be renewed.
    5. New agreement. Before you place new Orders or renew any Subscriptions, we may require you to enter into an updated agreement that will govern your new Orders and renewal Subscriptions from that date forward.
    6. Payments
      1. Non-payment of Products:
        1. intY reserves the right to suspend your Products and delete your account if you fail to pay for any such Products within the required time.
        2. If payment is not received before the end of the calendar month in which it is due, then your account and the Products may be terminated.
  4. Refund policy
    1. For Consumption Offerings and Committed Offerings no refund is available. For One-off Offerings refunds cannot be given.
  5. Cancellation policy
    1. This agreement can only be cancelled in accordance with sections 6 and 12 (o).
  6. Term, suspension, and termination
    1. Agreement term and termination. This agreement will remain in effect unless you terminate it subject to the terms of this Section. For Committed Offerings, termination will only terminate your right to renew Subscriptions under an existing Order or place new Orders for additional Products under this agreement. Termination will not affect any Subscription not otherwise terminated and this agreement shall remain in effect for such Subscription for the remainder of the Term. For Consumption Offerings, termination will end Customer’s right to use the Product.
    2. Termination of a Subscription. You may terminate a Subscription at any time during its Term. A termination will be effective at the end of the monthly Subscription cycle during which you terminate the Subscription. You must pay for the period prior to the termination effective date.
      For Committed Offerings the following applies:
      1. One month ("month-to-month") Subscription. A one month Subscription may be terminated anytime without any fee.
      2. One year Subscription (including prepaid). If you terminate a Subscription at any other time during the Term, you must pay the Subscription fee otherwise due for the remainder of the one year Term.
    3. How to terminate the agreement or a Subscription. You must contact Namesco customer service (see contact information) to terminate the agreement or a Subscription.
    4. Effect of termination or expiration on Licensed Software. If the agreement or a Subscription is terminated or expires, then you must delete all copies of Supplemental Software and Licensed Software licensed under this agreement and destroy any associated media. We may ask you to provide written certification of the deletion and destruction.
    5. Expiration or termination: Customer Data. Upon expiration or termination of each Subscription, you must tell us whether to:
      1. retain Customer Data in your paid account upon conversion from a trial account; or
      2. disable your account and then delete your Customer Data; or
      3. retain your Customer Data in a limited function account for at least 90 days after expiration or termination of your Subscription (the "retention period") so that you may extract your Customer Data.
      1. If you indicate (ii), you will not be able to extract your Customer Data from your account. If you indicate (iii), you will be able to extract your Customer Data via our standard processes and tools, and you will reimburse us if there are any applicable costs. If you do not indicate (ii) or (iii), we will retain your Customer Data in accordance with (iii).
      2. Following the expiration of the retention period, we will disable your account and then delete your Customer Data.
      You agree that, other than as described above, we have no obligation to continue to hold, export or return your Customer Data. You agree that we have no liability whatsoever for deletion of your Customer Data pursuant to these terms.
    6. Regulatory environment: modification or termination. We may modify or terminate an Online Service in any country where there is any current or future government requirement or obligation that subjects us to any regulation or requirement not generally applicable to businesses operating there, presents a hardship for us to continue operating the Online Service without modification, and/or causes us to believe these terms or the Online Service may be in conflict with any such requirement or obligation. For example, we may modify or terminate the Online Service in connection with a government requirement that would cause us to be regulated as a telecommunications provider.
    7. Termination due to non-payment. If the service is terminated due to non-payment as set out in 3 then we may terminate your Subscription immediately and You agree that we have no obligation to continue to hold, export or return your Customer Data. You agree that we have no liability whatsoever for deletion of your Customer Data pursuant to these terms
  7. Confidentiality
    1. You agree that you shall treat the design and performance of the Online Services that are accessible to you only via password protected access and any documentation or materials we make available to you under this agreement as confidential and shall not disclose them to any third party except in the furtherance of the parties’ business relationship with each other. Neither party shall make any public statement concerning the terms or our business relationship as provided in this agreement without the other party’s prior written consent.
  8. Warranties
    1. Limited warranty. We warrant that:
      1. Online Services will perform in accordance with the Service Level Agreement; and
      2. Licensed Software and One-off Products will perform substantially as described in the applicable user documentation.
    2. Limited warranty term. The limited warranty for:
      1. Online Services is for the duration of your use of the Online Service; and
      2. Licensed Software and One-off Products is 90 days from the date it is delivered or made available for use.
    3. Limited warranty exclusions. This limited warranty is subject to the following limitations:
      1. any implied warranties, guarantees or conditions not able to be disclaimed as a matter of law will last one year from the start of the limited warranty;
      2. this limited warranty does not cover problems caused by accident, abuse or use of the Products in a manner inconsistent with this agreement or the Online Services Use Rights, or resulting from events beyond our reasonable control;
      3. this limited warranty does not apply to problems caused by the failure to meet minimum system requirements; and
      4. this limited warranty does not apply to free, trial, pre-release or beta Products.
    4. Remedies for breach of limited warranty. If we fail to meet any of the above limited warranties and you notify us within the warranty period that a Product does not meet the limited warranty, then we will:
      1. for Online Services, provide the remedies identified in the Service Level Agreement for the affected Online Service; and
      2. for Licensed Software, at our option either (1) return the price paid or (2) repair or replace the Licensed Software.
      3. for One-off Products, any Product defects under normal use within 90 days after delivery or being made available for use and which are due to faulty materials, workmanship or design, will be made good by us either by repair or replacement or refund at our sole discretion.
      These are your only remedies for breach of the limited warranty, unless other remedies are required to be provided under applicable law.
    5. DISCLAIMER OF OTHER WARRANTIES. OTHER THAN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, WE PROVIDE NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS. WE DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. THESE DISCLAIMERS WILL APPLY UNLESS APPLICABLE LAW DOES NOT PERMIT THEM.
  9. Defense of infringement, misappropriation, and third party claims
    1. Our agreement to protect. We will defend you against any claims made by an unaffiliated third party that any Product infringes that party’s patent, copyright or trademark or makes intentional unlawful use of its trade secret. We will also pay the amount of any resulting adverse final judgment (or settlement to which we consent). This Section provides your exclusive remedy for these claims.
    2. Limitations on defense obligation. Our obligations will not apply to the extent that the claim or award is based on:
      1. Customer Data, code, or materials you provided as part of the use of an Online Service;
      2. your use of the Product after we notify you to discontinue that use due to a third party claim;
      3. your combination of the Product with a non-Microsoft or intY product, data or business process;
      4. damages attributable to the value of the use of a non-Microsoft or intY product, data or business process;
      5. modifications you make to the Product;
      6. your redistribution of the Product to, or use for the benefit of, any unaffiliated third party;
      7. your use of Microsoft or intY’s trademark(s) without express written consent to do so; or
      8. any trade secret claim, where you acquire the trade secret or undisclosed information (1) through improper means; (2) under circumstances giving rise to a duty to maintain its secrecy or limit its use; or (3) from a person (other than us or one of our Affiliates) who owed to the party asserting the claim a duty to maintain the secrecy or limit the use of the trade secret.
      You will reimburse us for any costs or damages that result from any of the above actions.
    3. Specific rights and remedies in case of infringement.
      1. Our rights in addressing possible infringement. If we receive information concerning an infringement claim related to a Product, we may, at our expense and without obligation to do so: (1) procure for you the right to continue to use the allegedly infringing Product; (2) modify the Product; (3) replace the Product with a functional equivalent, to make it non-infringing, in which case you will immediately stop using the allegedly infringing Product after receiving notice from us; or (4) terminate any applicable Subscriptions if the Product was provided free of charge.
      2. Your specific remedy in case of injunction. If, as a result of an infringement claim, your use of a Product is enjoined by a court of competent jurisdiction, we will, at our option, either: (1) procure the right to continue its use; (2) replace it with a functional equivalent; (3) modify it to make it non-infringing; (4) terminate the License for the infringing Product and refund any amounts you paid in advance for unused Product; or (5) terminate any applicable Subscriptions if the Product was provided free of charge.
    4. Your agreement to protect. You will defend us and our Affiliates against any claims made by an unaffiliated third party (1) that any Customer Data or non-Microsoft or intY software we host on your behalf infringes the third party’s patent, copyright, or trademark or makes intentional unlawful use of its Trade Secret, or (2) related to your use of the Product in violation of this agreement. You must pay the amount of any resulting adverse final judgment (or settlement to which you consent). This section provides our exclusive remedy for these claims.
    5. Obligations of protected party. You must notify us promptly in writing of a claim subject to the subsection titled "Our agreement to protect" and we must notify you promptly in writing of a claim subject to the subsection titled "Your agreement to protect." The party invoking its right to protection must (1) give the other party sole control over the defense or settlement; and (2) provide reasonable assistance in defending the claim. The party providing the protection will reimburse the other party for reasonable out of pocket expenses that it incurs in providing assistance.
  10. Limitation of liability
    1. Limitation on liability. Except as otherwise provided in this Section, to the extent permitted by applicable law, our and our Affiliates’ and contractors’ liability to you arising under this agreement is limited to direct damages up to the amount you paid us for the Product giving rise to that liability during the (1) Term or (2) twelve months prior to the filing of the claim, whichever is less. In the case of Products provided free of charge, or any code that you are authorized to redistribute to third parties without separate payment to intY, our and our Affiliates’ and contractors’ liability to you arising under this agreement is limited to five United States dollars ($5.00 USD). These limitations apply regardless of whether the liability is based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence), strict liability, breach of warranties, or any other legal theory. However, these monetary limitations will not apply to:
      1. Our obligations under the Section titled "Defense of infringement, misappropriation, and third party claims";
      2. liability for damages awarded by a court of final adjudication for our or our employees’ or agents’ gross negligence or willful misconduct;
      3. liabilities arising out of any breach of our obligations under the Section entitled "Confidentiality", except that our and our Affiliates’ and contractors’ liability arising out of or in relation to Customer Data shall in all cases be limited to the amount you paid for the Online Service giving rise to that liability during the (1) Term or (2) twelve months prior to the filing of the claim, whichever is less; and
      4. liability for personal injury or death caused by our negligence or that of our employees or agents or for fraudulent misrepresentation.
    2. EXCLUSION OF CERTAIN DAMAGES. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, WHATEVER THE LEGAL BASIS FOR THE CLAIM, NEITHER PARTY, NOR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATES OR SUPPLIERS, WILL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS OR REVENUES, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR IF SUCH POSSIBILITY WAS REASONABLY FORESEEABLE. HOWEVER, THIS EXCLUSION DOES NOT APPLY TO EITHER PARTY’S LIABILITY TO THE OTHER FOR VIOLATION OF ITS CONFIDENTIALITY OBLIGATIONS (EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT SUCH VIOLATION RELATES TO CUSTOMER DATA), THE OTHER PARTY’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, or the PARTIES' RESPECTIVE OBLIGATIONS IN THE Section titled "Defense of infringement, misappropriation, AND THIRD PARTY claims."
  11. Verifying compliance
    1. During the Term of any Subscription and for three years thereafter, you must keep all usual and proper records relating to the Subscription(s) and your use of Products under this agreement. We may request that you conduct an internal audit of all Products in use throughout your organization, comparing the number of Licenses in use to the number of Licenses issued to and/or paid for by you. By requesting an audit, we do not waive our rights to enforce this agreement or to protect intY and its supplier’s intellectual property by any other means permitted by law. If verification or self-audit reveals any unlicensed use, you must promptly order sufficient Licenses to cover your past and present use. If material unlicensed use is found, you must reimburse us for the costs we incurred in verification and acquire the necessary additional Licenses at retail license cost within 30 days.
  12. Miscellaneous
    1. Notices to us. You must send notices, authorizations, and requests in connection with this agreement by regular or overnight mail, express courier, or fax to the addresses listed below. We will treat notices as delivered on the date shown on the return receipt or on the courier or fax confirmation of delivery.
      Outside of the USA, Notices should be sent to:Within the USA, Notices should be sent to:
      intY Limited
      170 Aztec West
      Bristol
      BS32 4TN
      intY Limited
      433 Plaza Real, Suite 275
      Boca Raton
      FL 33432
      USA
    2. Electronic notices to you. We may provide you with information about the Online Service in electronic form. It may be via email to the address you provide when you sign up for the Online Service or through a web site that we identify. Notice via email is given as of the transmission date. As long as you use the Online Service, you have the software and hardware needed to receive these notices. You may not use the Online Service if you do not agree to receive these electronic notices. In addition, various service communications may be sent via email to account administrators you identify and may update via the Portal.
    3. Assignment. You may not assign this agreement. We may assign this agreement to our Affiliates.
    4. Severability. If a court holds any provision(s) of this agreement to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the rest of the document will remain in effect and this agreement will be amended to give effect to the eliminated provision to the maximum extent possible.
    5. Waiver. A waiver of any breach of this agreement is not a waiver of any other breach. Any waiver must be in writing and signed by an authorized representative of the waiving party.
    6. Applicable law. This agreement is governed by the laws of England. The 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and its related instruments will not apply to this agreement. The Products are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights laws and international treaties.
    7. Dispute resolution. If we bring an action to enforce this agreement, we will bring it in the jurisdiction where you have your headquarters. If you bring an action to enforce this agreement (including any other agreement incorporating these terms), you will bring it in England. This choice of jurisdiction does not prevent either party from seeking injunctive relief with respect to a violation of intellectual property rights or confidentiality obligations in any appropriate jurisdiction.
    8. This agreement is not exclusive. You are free to enter into agreements to license, use or promote non-Microsoft or intY software or services.
    9. Entire agreement. This agreement constitutes the entire agreement concerning the subject matter and supersedes any prior or contemporaneous communications.
    10. Survival. Provisions regarding fees, Online Services Use Rights, restrictions on use, transfer of Licenses, export restrictions, defense of infringement, misappropriation, and third party claims, limitations of liability, confidentiality, compliance verification, obligations on termination and the provisions in this Section entitled "Miscellaneous" will survive termination or expiration of this agreement.
    11. Benefit to Third Parties. The benefit of certain of the provisions of this Agreement are expressed to be not only for us but also for Microsoft and Microsoft Affiliates, licensors and suppliers,which for the avoidance of doubt includes Namesco, and that each of the foregoing shall be entitled in its own right to require the due performance of those certain provisions.
    12. No transfer of ownership. We do not transfer any ownership rights in any Products. We reserve all rights not specifically granted in this agreement. Products are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights laws and international treaties.
    13. Force majeure. Neither party will be liable for any failure in performance due to causes beyond either party’s reasonable control (such as fire, explosion, power blackout, earthquake, flood, severe storms, strike, embargo, labor disputes, acts of civil or military authority, war, terrorism (including cyber terrorism), acts of God, acts or omissions of Internet traffic carriers, actions or omissions of regulatory or governmental bodies (including the passage of laws or regulations or other acts of government that impact the delivery of Online Services)). This Section will not, however, apply to your payment obligations under this agreement.
    14. U.S. export jurisdiction. The Products are subject to U.S. export jurisdiction. You must comply with all applicable laws including the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, as well as end-user, end-use and destination restrictions issued by U.S. and other governments. For additional information, see:- http://www.microsoft.com/exporting/.
    15. Waiver of right to void online purchases. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, you waive your rights to void purchases under this agreement pursuant to any law governing distance selling or electronic or online agreements, as well as any right or obligation regarding prior information, subsequent confirmation, rights of withdrawal, or cooling-off periods.
    16. Natural disaster. In the event of a natural disaster, we may post information or provide additional assistance or rights on:- http://www.intY.com.

Appendix to the intY Online Subscription Agreement for Customers within in the European Union

Online Services Data Processing Agreement

This Online Services Data Processing Agreement ("DPA") supplements the terms of the intY Online Subscription Agreement.

  1. Definitions
    In this DPA, "Customer Data" means all data, including all text, sound, or image files that are provided to intY by, or on behalf of, Customer through Customer’s use of the Online Services, "intY" means intY Limited, and "Customer" means the entity that entered into the intY Online Subscription Agreement with intY. Capitalized terms used in this DPA, but not defined, will have the definition in the intY Online Subscription Agreement and any documents that expressly amend or supplement those terms (collectively, the "Agreement"). Terms not defined in this DPA or the Agreement will have the meaning given in Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data ("Data Protection Directive").
  2. Roles of the parties
    For the Online Services, Customer is the data controller and intY is a data processor acting on Customer’s behalf. As data processor, intY will only act upon Customer’s instructions. The Agreement constitutes Customer’s complete and final instructions to intY for its use of Customer Data under the Agreement.
  3. Duration of data processing
    intY will process Customer Data during the term of its provision of the Online Services to Customer. Upon expiration or termination of Customer’s use of the Online Services, Customer may extract Customer Data, and intY will delete Customer Data, each as set forth in the Agreement.
  4. Scope and purpose of data processing
    The scope and purpose of processing of the Customer Data that Customer provides to intY through the use of the Online Services is described in the Agreement. intY will only process such Customer Data for the purpose of providing the Online Services and performing its obligations in accordance with the Agreement.
  5. Technical and organizational security measures
    intY will take technical and organizational measures to help protect Customer Data from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure.
  6. Correction, deletion and blocking of Customer Data
    For the duration of intY’s provision of the Online Services to Customer, intY will, at its election and as necessary under applicable law implementing Article 12(b) of the Data Protection Directive, either: (1) provide Customer with the ability to correct, delete, or block Customer Data it provides to intY through the use of the Online Services, or (2) make such corrections, deletions, or blockages on Customer’s behalf.
  7. intY personnel
    intY personnel will not process Customer Data without authorization. Such personnel shall be obligated when taking up their duties to maintain confidentiality. The obligation of confidentiality shall continue after their engagement ends.
  8. Transfer of Customer Data; Subcontractors
    Customer appoints intY to transfer, store and process Customer Data that intY processes on Customer’s behalf in the United States or any other country in which Microsoft or intY or its affiliates maintain facilities in order to provide the Online Services. intY may also hire other companies to provide limited services on its behalf, such as providing customer support. Any such subcontractors are prohibited from using personal data for any purpose other than to deliver the services intY has retained them to provide. intY is responsible for its subcontractors’ compliance with the obligations of this DPA. Customer consents to intY’s transfer of Customer Data to subcontractors in the United States or any other country in which they maintain facilities as described herein. Except as set forth above, as agreed by intY and Customer, or as required by law, intY will not transfer to any third party (not even for storage purposes) personal data that Customer provides to intY through the use of the Online Services.
  9. Safe harbor
    Microsoft Corporation and its controlled U.S. subsidiaries (1) abide by the EU Safe Harbor and the Swiss Safe Harbor frameworks as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of data from the European Union, the European Economic Area, and Switzerland ("Safe Harbor Principles"), and (2) will, during the term designated under the Agreement, remain certified under the EU and Swiss Safe Harbor programs so long as they are maintained by the United States government. Any subcontractors to whom Microsoft Corporation transfers personal data will first enter into written agreements requiring that the subcontractor provide at least the same level of privacy protection with respect to personal data it receives from Microsoft Corporation as is required by the relevant Safe Harbor Principles.
  10. Data Protection Officer
    intY’s data protection officer is: Attn: Data Protection Officer
    intY Limited
    170 Aztec West
    Bristol
    BS32 4TN
    UK
  11. Term
    This DPA is coterminous with the intY Online Subscription Agreement to which this DPA is appended.

SCHEDULE Q

SiteLock Terms and Conditions

Service Order for the SiteLock product

Following are the specific contract conditions for every SiteLock solution purchased on Names.co.uk.

This Service Order (hereinafter "SO") is an integral and material part of General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter "GTC") of Names.co.uk, (hereinafter, "the Company"). The GTC and this SO set out the terms and conditions for the delivery of the service SiteLock (hereinafter "Service") by the Company to the Customer. The terms with capital initials in this SO have the same meaning as set out in the GTC. The commercial offer published online on the website http://www.names.co.uk (http://www.names.co.uk/) is an integral part of these conditions.

  1. Description of the Service The Service is activated by the Customer after purchase, by clicking on the purchase button on the either the Namesco website or Customer Control Panel. The Service supplied will enable the Customer to perform safety auditing on its own website, to analyse its vulnerabilities and to remove such vulnerabilities, subject to the Service package purchased. The Company reserves the right to change the features of the service and/or transfer the Service to other platforms enjoying the same or higher quality, without your prior consent at any time. Such changes will be effective immediately on posting to Our website. Your use of Services after such changes have been made constitutes your acceptance of our Contract as then revised. If you are a consumer and we change these terms to your material disadvantage, you have a right to terminate this agreement with immediate effect. The Service is provided with different solutions, each of which is defined by special technical features. Possible solutions appear up to date on the Company website, together with their technical differences and cost.
    1. Information notice on data processing The Service is provided by SiteLock LLC, an external provider which acts as autonomous data controller, located in the U.S. and registered in the Safe Harbor registry (http://www.export.gov/safeharbor). The Customer acknowledges and agrees that the Company acts exclusively as reseller of SiteLock LLC and that the use of the Service implies the access by SiteLock to personal data or to contents lead into the web by the Customer (i.e. for the delivery of reports as a result of the execution of the scan). This information is processed by SiteLock as autonomous data controller. For further details please read the SiteLock Privacy Policy, by following the link: https://www.sitelock.com/downloads/SiteLock_Privacy.pdf . When activating an account, Customer consent will be required to allow the Company to share some of your personal data with SiteLock. Only data that is strictly necessary to activate the Service will be required, namely the Customer (email address and website name). Consent to the communication of personal data to SiteLock is voluntary, however, without it, it is not possible to provide you with the Service. The Service is supplied by the Company according to the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Company Privacy Policy published on the home page of the Company's website, that the Customer declares to have read and understood.
  2. Conditions of use of the Service The Customer hereby acknowledges that he is only purchasing a non-exclusive licence, which cannot be transferred to third parties, to use the software, such licence being valid only for the duration of the Agreement entered into signed by the Customer. The Customer engages to use the Service in compliance with the use of The Services obligations in clause 3 of the GTC, with this SO and with any applicable prescription or regulation.
    1. Association with a website The Service is provided by the Company in reference to a single website chosen by the Customer at the time of first configuration (so-called "association"). Association with a website different from the one first established will be granted only on request to the technical office and will in any case be limited to no more than 3 times a year. Exceptions to this rule will be assessed by the Company on request by the Customer. Unless there is evidence to the contrary, for the purposes of this OS the Customer undertakes that they may legitimately dispose of the website associated with the Service, as the owner or in any case as a party authorised by an entitled third party.
    2. Activities carried out by SiteLock on the Customer's website By purchasing the SiteLock product, the Customer authorises SiteLock to:
      • use the credentials the Customer has set inside the SiteLock dashboard in order to deliver the Service (website scanning, automatic malware removal)
      • download the whole Customer website on its own servers in order to deliver the service (website scanning, monitoring modified/added/deleted files)
      • diagnose, solve and/or remove any malware or link to malware, change the code of the website in order to remove any identified vulnerabilities
      • contact Google, Phishtank or other malware listing authority in the name and on behalf of the Customer in order to remove the website from any blacklist on which it may appear
    3. Service use rules The Customer may not use the Service in such a way as to overload the delivery platforms of the Service. The Customer may not use any of the IP addresses or any of the platforms through which the Service is delivered to launch any kind of attack on third party IP addresses, send unwanted internet messages to anyone, commit illegal deeds, transmit or save illegal data. Should the Customer - intentionally or by mistake - access any information not directly addressed to him, he must notify this breach to the Company and delete any copy which he may possess. Throughout the extent and duration of this SO, the Customer must, at his own liability and charge:
      • use the Service for legitimate purposes only. By way of example only, the following are held to be illegitimate: i) breaking ordinary law and current regulations; ii) committing or enabling criminal actions; iii) instigating violence or racism; iv) breaching intellectual property rights or other rights of third parties; v) sending unauthorised or unrequested commercial notices; vi) breaking into or computers, software or networks; vii) intercepting, downloading, copying, interfering with, damaging or expropriating any system, data or personal information; viii) damaging websites or services of the Company or of third parties;
      • comply with any and every instruction which may be issued by the Company concerning appropriate and correct use of the Service.

      The Company reserves the right to suspend the Service immediately, if - at its discretion or upon complaint by third parties - it believes that activities have been committed which break the law, imperative rules, decent behaviour, of this SO and/or of the GTC. In such case, after notice by the Company, the Customer must eliminate the cause of the complaint or submit proper documentation proving full compliance with current regulations in his activities. Should the Customer acquire the Service on behalf of third parties, he must inform such third parties concerning the reasons for suspension of the Service. The Company reserves the right to contact directly any third parties who are final users of the Service, should these contact the Company asking to have the Service restored. Should no immediate reply be received, the Company will have the right to cease delivering the Service without prejudice to its entitlement to full payment of the consideration due or to the Company's right to take legal steps for full reimbursement of any damage incurred.

    4. Customer Liability The Company has no control over or access to the data submitted for verification to the Service. Any liability arising from such data and contents shall fall entirely on the Customer. It is the exclusive liability of the Customer to properly preserve access credentials and take appropriate steps to prevent unauthorised access by third parties to the Service.
    5. Company Liability The Service will be available 24 hours a day seven days a week, except for any suspension due to upkeep work. The Customer takes note that the Service is provided "as is", without any warranty, explicit or implicit, of operation, holding the Company harmless for any liability in case of malfunction or loss of data or contents due to problems with SiteLock's software or to operations carried out by SiteLock on the IT systems and/or websites chosen by the Customer. The Company also shall in no case be held liable in case of malfunction of the Service due to reasons beyond its reasonable control, including by way of example only :
      • cases of force majeure;
      • events depending on actions by third parties such as, by way of example only, interruption or malfunction of telecommunications and/or power services;
      • malfunction of terminals or other communications systems employed by the Customer;
      • The Customer accepts and acknowledges that the Company will neither check nor monitor correct activation of the Service and may in no way be held liable in case of mistaken or failed activation of the Service. In any case, no liability on the part of the Company towards the Customer due to prejudice arising from this agreement may exceed the total amount actually paid by the Customer to the Company during the six months immediately preceding the arising of the event which determined the above mentioned prejudice.
    6. Limitation of SiteLock's liability The Customer acknowledges and accepts that in some circumstances, SiteLock will carry out an analysis of the customer website using automatic or manual system which identifies vulnerabilities of the website or of the network which i) may be deemed invasive or intrusive, and include attempts by SiteLock or its agents to access - without permission - the IT Customer's system in order to make the Customer aware of areas in which the system is vulnerable to intrusions by unauthorised third parties leading to damage or unauthorised use, ii) may accidentally damage the Customer's system because of lack of consistency among network systems, iii) may generate an excessive number of log messages and give rise to an excessive consumption of disk space, iv) may cause degradation of the Customer's system due to an attempted penetration including, by way of example only, slowing down, suspension, blocking of the Customer's system, possible malfunction of the Customer's system as the result of an attempted invasion of such a system, or any other damage due to the use of invasive or intrusive techniques employed to gain access to the Customer's system. The Customer permits allows SiteLock to access get into the IT system of the Customer only in order to provide the contract assessment services. The Customer authorises SiteLock to carry out Security Audits on any device and IP specified by the Customer. The Customer acknowledges and accepts that SiteLock shall not be held liable for any delay or damaged caused by SiteLock's Services, including the Security Audits and activities clause under art. 2.2. The Customer furthermore explicitly acknowledges that SiteLock is not bound by any obligation, contract liability or guarantee in case of loss of profit or of data or because of any incidental, consequential or indirect damage, foreseen or foreseeable, unforeseeable or in any case due to use of the service, within the limits set by the law. Such limitations apply to any kind of complaint or request for action, including by way of example only, any arising from availability of the Service, from access by the Customer to third party services, contents or software and their use, as well as any other matter relating to the service.
    7. Complaints The Customer must notify any irregularity in the Service by return registered mail within 48 hours. Failure to do so will make the Company harmless for any liability.
  3. Duration The duration of this SO, is determined by the package purchased by the Customer. Renewal at expiry may be automatic or manual.
    1. Expiry with automatic renewal In case of automatic renewal and payment by credit card, the consideration referred to in the following paragraph "Consideration and Payments" will be charged, in the terms provided for and at the conditions existing at the time of the renewal, as shown on the Control Panel, directly by the Company to the Customer's credit card, after notice by e-mail. Should the Company fail to pay such a charge, the contract will not renew automatically and must be considered to have expired upon expiry of the term. In this case, the Customer may renew the Service by following the manual renewal procedure. In case of expiry with automatic renewal and payment using a system different from credit card, the Company, 20 days before expiry, after notice by email, will undertake the renewal and send the invoice bill to the Customer who must pay in terms specified. The invoice and relevant payment instructions will be sent by e- mail to the Customer’s address at the time of the order. Should the Customer fail to pay in the expected terms, the Company may at any time cut off terminate delivery of the Service, without prejudice to the provisions of charges and payment terms clause 5 of the GTC. In this case, any data present on the space made available with the Service will be deleted without any liability by the Company for preserving and/or saving such data.
    2. Expiry with manual renewal In case of expiry with manual renewal, the Customer may ask the Company - using the online procedure made available by the Company - to renew the Service with this SO for further and later periods in the terms appearing on the Customer's Control Panel and at the technical and economic conditions current at the time of renewal of the Service and undertaking the renewal procedure. In case of failure to renew, in the manner and terms prescribed , upon expiry the Service will cease to be delivered and this SO will cease to produce its effects by law, without need for any notice by the Company. In this case, any data present on the space made available with the Service will be deleted without any liability by the Company for preserving and/or saving such data.
    3. Termination of the contract In any case of termination of the effects of this contract and/or should the Conditions of use of the Service hereinabove cease for any reason, all the functions provided for in the offer will be deactivated.
  4. Price and Payments The price of the requested Service is as indicated in the Offer. The Service is agreed upon from the time of payment of the price of the Service in the manner laid down in the offer. The price of the renewal will be the list price applied by the Company at the time the Customer makes his request, as it appears on the Customer Control Panel.

SCHEDULE R

Terms and conditions relating to our KickStart Service ("the Service")

The KickStart Service is provided by Namesco Limited. The web page is provided by a third party company, "The Platform Software Limited", and branded by us as "CloudSite." The Terms and Conditions below relate to the sale and provision of the KickStart Service and in conjunction with these terms you also agree to CloudSite Service terms and conditions referenced in Schedule O and located at http://www.names.co.uk/info/terms/business-terms#16

The Terms and Conditions along with our General terms and conditions and acceptable use policy relate to the sale and provision of the Service through us.

  1. Definitions

    In this schedule:

    1. "Email account" is the email account that will be activated and setup support provided for relating to your Services package and the domain associated with it
    2. "Email activation" is the process of supporting you to activate one mailbox where telephone support is no longer than one hour, inclusive of Email Assistance
    3. "Email Assistance" relates to process of up to one hour of telephone support configuring one authenticated SMTP, one email client, one device and accessing Namesco Webmail
    4. "Web Page" means the one page website we will provide to you as part of the KickStart+ package
    5. "Your Content" relates to the website content provided by you by submitting your KickStart form
    6. "Amendments" means a request for small changes to your KickStart web page, which may include but are not limited to content changes (i.e. logo used, spelling mistakes, changing contact details, form submission location and social link addresses)
  2. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the online order form or through one of our representatives.
  3. The Service
    1. A description of the packages and services we offer can be found on our website http://www.names.co.uk/domain-names/info/kickstart . Authenticated SMTP is included at zero cost for a period of twelve months, after which if you choose to renew Authenticated SMTP it can be done in line with our standard price list which can be viewed at www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list/
    2. First Line Technical Support for the Service is provided by Namesco.
    3. The Service is not available to customers with a shared hosting package on their domain.
  4. Requirements for Service
    1. The Services must be used in respect of a registered domain name.
  5. Activation of Service
    1. In order to activate the Service you need to log in to your account with us and follow the instructions supplied in the welcome email sent to the account administration email you supplied. You will be required to log into your Namesco Online Control Panel, complete the KickStart form accurately and press submit. Once received, you will be contacted by an advisor to verify the information and begin your service activation.
  6. Email Activation
    1. We will begin your email activation process for one mailbox once you have provided us with Your Content, and any other materials and information that we request from you in order for us to provide the Services. Activating your email includes creating a mailbox and an email address with a username of your choice.
    2. You will be required to create a password for the email user account in your online control panel to guarantee that your password remains safe. We will contact you once the email has been created and provide step by step support to help you create your email user and activate the following features:
      1. Mailbox creation and username login settings (including username, full name, password and email settings)
      2. Email forwarding
      3. Creating Email rules. Email rules are used to specify where the email sent to any email address, for your domain name is delivered. The destination can be the mailbox of a user for this domain (or any other hosted domain on your account), and/or an external email address. Alternatively, you can specify the destination to be a 'blackhole'. This is an address that accepts email, but immediately deletes it.
    3. Additional mailbox activations: All domain names come with an email package included and this KickStart package will activate one mailbox associated to that domain name. Additional KickStart email activations are subject to additional KickStart Services charges.
  7. Email Assistance
    1. We will begin your email activation process for one mailbox once you have provided us with Your Content, and any other materials and information that we request from you in order for us to provide the Services.
    2. We will contact you to complete the email activation process and once your email has been activated we will provide up to one hour of telephone based support to assist with setup of the following:
      1. Activation of Authenticated SMTP on your email
      2. One email client configuration that will enable you to send and receive emails from your chosen email client
      3. One device configuration that will enable you to send and receive emails from your chosen device
      4. Assistance to access Namesco WebMail
    3. The Services include up to one hour of telephone based support inclusive of both email Activation and Email Assistance. If after one hour of telephone support you are not happy that your email has been activated and configured correctly, we will assess whether reasonable and fair guidance has been given to complete the activation process.
    4. Entirely at Our discretion we reserve the right to offer additional support time to assist with activating the Services or we may choose to end the Services after one hour of telephone support. You will be responsible to pay 50 percent of the charges paid for The Service for the costs associated with the one hour of telephone support offered. A partial refund of 50 percent of the value paid for the Services will be refunded to You.
  8. Web Page Creation
    1. We agree to build a one page website selected from template chosen by you and provide the website for your approval (features of the web page are limited to the options available in the KickStart+ package). We will only start building your website once you have provided us with Your Content, and any other materials and information that we request from you in order for us to provide the Services.
    2. We will undertake one round of amendments (that reasonable) to your web page within two weeks from the day of the sign off email that we send to you.
    3. If you have not provided us with Your Content by submitting the KickStart Form in your Namesco online control panel, and any other materials and information that we have requested from you in order for us to provide the Services within eight weeks of us issuing you a Confirmation of Order for the Service we will automatically cancel the Service without a full refund. We may not be able to fulfil the Services if we become aware or suspect that Your Content constitutes illegal (including defamatory) material, infringes the intellectual property, or other rights, of any third party, or is in breach of our Acceptable Usage Policy.
    4. We will set your KickStart+ web page live on the earliest of the following to occur: (1) we receive your confirmation that the web page is complete; or (2) if on completion of the design of your web page, we are unable to contact you, or we receive no response from you.
  9. Duration
    1. KickStart and KickStart+ are one-off packages
    2. We shall be entitled to terminate the Service immediately on serving written notice if:
      1. Our third party provider is unable or unwilling to provide the Service or becomes bankrupt or has a receiver or administrator appointed over all or any part of their assets
      2. It becomes unlawful for us to provide the Service
    3. Please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).

SCHEDULE S

Terms and conditions relating to our AppMaker Service ("the Service")

The Service is provided by a third party company, Refresh Mobile Ltd. and branded by us as AppMaker. The Terms and Conditions below relate to the sale and provision of the Service through us, in conjunction with these terms you also agree to Refresh Mobile’s End User License Agreement, which can be found online at www.names.co.uk/info/terms/appmaker-eula

  1. Definitions

    In this schedule:

    1. "Brand Features" means all trade marks, service marks, logos and other distinctive brand features.
    2. "Links" means button pointer graphic text (including our Brand Features) incorporated within your Site, which permit users to navigate directly to our Site.
    3. "Product" means any item offered for sale through our Site.
    4. "Site" means either your World Wide Web site or one belonging to us.
    5. "Sub-domain Name" means a name selected to be part of your free 14 day trial.
    6. "The trial", "free trial", "14 Day FREE Trial" means the free 14 day trial of the Service.
    7. "User" means a visitor referred to our Site through the Links on your Site.
  2. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the on-line order form or through one of our representatives.
  3. Services
    1. A description of the packages and services we offer can be found on our web site www.names.co.uk/appmaker
    2. First Line Technical Support for the Service is provided by Namesco.
    3. The Service is not available to customers with a shared hosting package on their domain.
  4. Activation of Service
    1. In order to activate the Service you need to login to your account with us and follow the instructions supplied under AppMaker.
    2. In order to activate "14 Day FREE Trial" you need to ensure you have provided us with username, password, valid email address and any other details required at point of sign up.
  5. Duration
    1. The contract for the provision of the free trial is for 14 days from date of signup and/or order. At end of your free trial, your AppMaker account and its content will be frozen and/or deleted, unless associated with a paid for AppMaker product through us.
    2. If you transfer the Service to an associated AppMaker product through us following expiry of the free trial, the Service will continue on an ongoing basis, unless terminated in accordance with clause 8 below.
  6. Charges
    1. We require payment in advance for the purchase and renewal of the Service.
  7. Termination
    1. Subject to Customers on Monthly price plans who are contracted for a minimum contractual term of 6 months, Customers may terminate their contract at any time. The product will remain live until the end of the relevant billing cycle. Neither us nor Refresh Mobile can take any responsibility for additional funds charged to you unless you explicitly terminate your subscription and receive confirmation that this has taken place.
    2. Neither us nor Refresh Mobile can take any responsibility for additional funds charged to you unless you explicitly terminate your subscription and receive confirmation that this has taken place.
    3. We shall be entitled to terminate the Service immediately on serving written notice if:
      1. Our third party provider is unable to provide the Service or becomes bankrupt or has a receiver or administrator appointed over all or any part of their assets
      2. It becomes unlawful for us to provide the Service
    4. Please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).

SCHEDULE T

Terms and conditions relating to our Build me a Website Service ("the Service")

The following Terms govern our Agreement to provide the Service to You along with our General Terms and Conditions and Acceptable Use Policy relate to the sale and provision of the Service through Us. By choosing this Service You agree to be bound by these Terms and conditions along with the CloudSite or CloudShop Service terms and conditions referenced in Schedule O and located at http://www.names.co.uk/info/terms/business-terms#16

The Service is sold by Namesco Limited, supplied by Namesco and in conjunction with a third party company, "SearchQuest Europe Limited", under the "Build me a Website" brand.

  1. Definitions

    In this schedule:

    1. "Us, We, Our" means Namesco Limited.
    2. "You, Your" means the Customer.
    3. "Form" means "Build me a Website form."
    4. "Web Page" means the five page template CloudSite or CloudShop website we will provide to you as part of the Service, consisting of a Home Page, Blog, Contact form, About Us detail, Services detail and content written by a copywriting expert of no more than 250 words per page to a maximum of 750 words for three pages. If You choose to purchase the CloudShop Service, in addition You will be provided with 20 products to be placed on your website.
    5. "Your Content" relates to the website content provided by You by submitting Your Form.
    6. "Amendments" means a request for small changes to your Service web page, which may include but are not limited to content changes (i.e. logo used, spelling mistakes, changing contact details, form submission location and social link addresses)
    7. "Product" means any item offered for sale through our Site.
    8. "SearchQuest" means SearchQuest Europe Limited.
    9. "Site" means either your World Wide Web Site or one belonging to us.
    10. "Service" means the Build me a Website service.
  2. Orders
    1. Your order must be submitted to us using either the on-line order form or through one of our representatives.
    2. Your order for the Build Me A Website Service must be submitted using the Form.
  3. The Service
    1. A description of the packages and services we offer can be found on our website http://www.names.co.uk/create-a-website/cloudsite/build-me-a-website.
    2. First Line Technical Support for the Service is provided by Us or SearchQuest for the duration of the website build. Once your website has been set as live in line with section 6.d of these terms, no further content amends will be made and You will be responsible for managing and maintaining Your website by accessing it through Your Online Control Panel. Once Your website is live, First Line technical Support will be provided by Us and You should contact Us using the Support Enquiry link in Your Online Control Panel and or on the telephone numbers provided on our website. First Line technical Support from Namesco is provided at the same level of service offered for CloudSite and CloudShop customers, which does not include website build support.
    3. If You wish to make substantial amends (in addition to those defined) to the content of Your website, You must purchase an additional Build me a Website Service.
  4. Requirements for Service
    1. The Services must be used in respect of the original domain name the Service was assigned to by You.
  5. Activation of Service
    1. In order to activate the Service You will need to log into Your account with Us and follow the instructions supplied in the welcome email sent to the account administration email You supplied. You will be required to log into your Namesco Online Control Panel, complete the Build me a Website Form accurately and press submit. Once received, You will be contacted by an advisor to verify the information and begin Your service.
  6. Web Page Creation
    1. We agree to build a five page website selected from a template recommended by Us or SearchQuest in consultation with You and thereafter provide the website for Your approval (features of the web page are limited to the options available in the Service package), within an estimated eight weeks upon processing of the Product. Any dates quoted for delivery are approximate only, and the time for delivery is not of the essence. Please note We will only start building your website once You have provided Us with Your form, and any other materials and information that we request from You in order for Us to provide the Services. You will be required to provide access to the Your Online Control Panel to SearchQuest in order to fulfil the build.
    2. Once Your website is complete You will be notified by email and asked to approve the website in a sign off email. If you have not provided Us with Your details by submitting the Form in your Namesco Online Control Panel, and any other materials and information that We have requested from You in order for Us to provide the Services within eight weeks of Us issuing you a Confirmation of Order, We will automatically cancel the Service without a refund. In addition, We may not be able to fulfil the Services if We become aware or suspect that Your Content constitutes illegal (including defamatory) material, infringes the intellectual property, or other rights, of any third party, or is in breach of our Acceptable Usage Policy and again in these circumstances no refund will be provided.
    3. If You are unhappy with Your website build or wish for amendments to be made, we will consider Your request for amendments and if we in Our absolute discretion consider that the amendments requested are reasonable, We will undertake one round of amendments (to Your web page within two weeks from the day of Our email notifying You of completion of Your website. If You fail to request amendments within the two week period from the day of the email notifying You of completion, no further amendments will be undertaken and no refunds will be given.
    4. We will notify You when Your website is ready to be published and You will be directed to the publish link located in your Namesco Online Control Panel. You are entirely responsible for publishing Your website and we are not obliged to implement further amendments once the site has been published. Once You have published Your website, You will not be entitled to a refund under any circumstances.
    5. Email configuration is not included in the Service across any or multiple devices.
  7. Charges
    1. We require payment in advance for the Service or any renewal of the Service.
    2. If You require additional Web Page features or Products not included in the Build me a Website package as defined, You may be able to purchase additional services from a representative for an additional agreed fee above the original cost of the Service. This will be added to Your Order. These may include but will not be limited to, additional copywriting facilities, additional page design, inclusion of photography packages and inclusion of a more than 20 CloudShop Products.
  8. Duration
    1. Build me a Website is a one off package.
  9. Termination
    1. We shall be entitled to terminate the Service immediately on serving written notice if:
      1. Our third party provider is unable or unwilling to provide the Service or becomes bankrupt or has a receiver or administrator appointed over all or any part of their assets
      2. It becomes unlawful for us to provide the Service
    2. Subject to the above terms, please refer to our Refund Policy (www.names.co.uk/info/terms).

Last Revised Date: 1st February 2016