Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

If you access and use this Web site (the “Site”), you accept and agree to be bound by and comply with these terms (the “Terms”). If you do not accept the Terms, do not use the Site.

General

All the services of UK FUND FOR CHARITIES and its subsidiaries and affiliates are subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable agreements governing their use.

The Terms are to be read by you together with any terms, conditions or disclaimers provided in the pages of the Site. In the event of any conflict, the terms provided in the pages of the Site will govern.

The information, material and content provided in the pages of the Site (the “Information”) may be changed at any time without notice. Changes may be made to the Terms at any time without notice by updating this posting. You agree to review the Terms regularly and your continued access or use of the Site will mean that you agree to any changes.

Internet E-mail

Any unprotected E-Mail communication over the Internet is, as with communication via any other medium (e.g. cellular phones, post office mail), not confidential, subject to possible interception or loss, and is also subject to possible alteration.

No Endorsements

No endorsement or approval of any third parties or their advice, opinions, information, products or services is expressed or implied by any Information.

Links / Software

Links from or to web sites outside the Site are meant for convenience only. UK FUND FOR CHARITIES does not review, endorse, approve or control, and is not responsible for any sites linked from or to the Site, the content of those sites, the third parties named therein, or their products and services. Linking to any other site is at your sole risk and UK FUND FOR CHARITIES will not be responsible or liable for any damages in connection with linking.

Payment for Services

All Credit Cards will be processed in Pound Sterling at the time of payment. UK FUND FOR CHARITIES is not responsible for any fees, charges, exchange rates or additional charges levied by individual financial institutions or Credit Card companies.

Refund / Cancellation Policy

Notice can be given by either UK FUND FOR CHARITIES or the Client to terminate the contract of service. Notice must be given within the last 30 days of the annually running contract. Start of service is deemed to be from the issue of first invoice from UK FUND FOR CHARITIES.

Termination must be communicated in writing by either UK FUND FOR CHARITIES or the Client to the other party.

UK FUND FOR CHARITIES and the Client upon activating termination in the last 30 days of the contract will still be liable to fulfil their contractual requirements until the end date of the contract.

UK FUND FOR CHARITIES may terminate at any stage if UK FUND FOR CHARITIES consider it inappropriate to continue acting; The Client fails to pay bills or sums promptly; UK FUND FOR CHARITIES cannot obtain clear instructions from the Client.

If UK FUND FOR CHARITIES terminate the contract outside of the 30-day window, the Client will be liable to pay the full sums up to termination, plus any reasonable costs incurred by UK FUND FOR CHARITIES for third party work carried out on behalf of the Client. To be paid as per the terms agreed whether monthly or on an annual basis.

If UK FUND FOR CHARITIES terminate the Client will be entitled to a partial refund if payment has been made in advance ahead to services being carried out. UK FUND FOR CHARITIES when making a refund will make a reasonable assessment taking into account cost already incurred through third party payments and time spent the clients account.

Should the Client have any ongoing costs that will keep running outside of the termination of contract, the Client will be liable to take on and reimburse these costs.

Law and Governance

Unless the agreement between UK FUND FOR CHARITIES and the client specifies otherwise this Contract shall be governed by and constructed in accordance with the law of England and Wales and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.