These are the general terms and conditions which apply to all our contracts and agreements. These terms, together with the more specific terms which we agree with you in writing relating to each project we enter into with you, comprise the complete, exclusive terms and conditions of our working relationship.
who are we …
our services …
All easypeasyDigital’s offerings are made up of a combination of standard products and tailored services. The vision underpinning easypeasyDigital is to deliver digital services to small and growing businesses. easypeasyDigital is also a small (yet perfectly formed) business and currently has no need to register for Value Added Tax (VAT). Therefore quotes are not subject to VAT.
Unless otherwise specifically agreed between us both in writing, our charges will be invoiced at the times, and in respect of the services, specified in our proposal/quotation. As a default we will invoice no more frequently than monthly in arrears for work completed the previous month. We will invoice you in advance for the cost of materials and other major disbursements. If you ask us to suspend or delay a job we will send you an up-to-date invoice for a reasonable proportion of the full contract price based upon the value of the work already done. Unless otherwise stated in our proposal to you, all invoices must be paid within 30 days of the invoice date. There may be occasions where a project is split into stages, in such cases we reserve the right to bill you up front for each phase with immediate payment due before work will commence.
If a project is subject to a re-design at your instigation and after the initial design has been signed-off and the work completed, a ‘redesign fee’ commensurate with the work necessary to implement those changes will need to be negotiated.
Once a project is complete you will retain full copyright and intellectual rights to your website and associated digital services. However, easypeasyDigital shall retain the copyright in any material contained in any presentation made in competition with another agency in the event of its presentation being unsuccessful; or any other material produced speculatively by easypeasyDigital and not used by you. Title to and ownership of all materials, intellectual property and moral rights in any work undertaken, belong to easypeasyDigital until all invoices relating to all services have been paid in full.
There are some circumstances where easypeasyDigital may incur further costs before completing a project, in the following cases these costs will be passed to you:
- If third parties raise their prices before delivery, resulting in higher costs incurred by easypeasyDigital in delivering promised services.
- If any delay on your part leads to increased costs.
- If you make any changes to the specification on which our quotation was based which results in higher costs.
- If there are any changes in the law which result in extra costs for work that we have already begun.
payment for services …
We are flexible on payment mechanisms, with our preference being for bank transfers, which we can arrange by telephone or email with yourselves. However if you prefer, we have enabled this site for PayPal services which offer both parties a level of financial protection.
your right to cancel …
You have the right to cancel services purchased from easypeasyDigital without having to give a reason at any time within the “cooling off period” of fourteen calendar days, commencing from the date of order or receipt of services, whichever is appropriate.
Once you have notified us that you wish to cancel the order of services, the cost of the services will be refunded to you as soon as possible and in any event within 30 days of your cancellation.
For purchases of services from outside of the UK, you are responsible for any related costs due to the geographical locations of both parties.
If you wish to cancel future subcriptions then you can do so using your PayPal account. Please inform us if you are doing this, or let us know and we can cancel it for you.
If a subscription is not paid then it is assumed that you have cancelled that service.
Our business relationship is based on mutual confidentiality. By entering into a contract, we both agree to keep all information about the other’s business affairs entirely confidential. Each party will be responsible for ensuring compliance to General Data Protection Regulations. We both agree to take all due care and to do everything possible to ensure that our employees, agents and subcontractors adhere to this obligation of confidentiality.
By entering into a contract with easypeasyDigital, unless otherwise stated in your contract, you are agreeing to easypeasyDigital’s use of your website and case study as part of future marketing materials, should they wish to do so.
force majeure …
Well, just in case … neither you nor easypeasyDigital is liable to the other for failure to perform the obligations described in the contract if the failure is due to unforeseen circumstances which are beyond its reasonable control. Some examples of unforeseen circumstances (but not a complete list) are war, riot, explosion, abnormal weather, an act of God, fire, flood, strikes, lock-outs, government action or regulations (UK or otherwise), delay by suppliers, accidents, shortages of materials, labour or manufacturing facilities.
the legal stuff …
Each of the provisions contained in these terms and conditions shall be construed as being independent of every other and if any provision contained in the terms and conditions is determined to be invalid or unenforceable pursuant to applicable law including, but not limited to the limitations on liability, such determination shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the terms and conditions which shall continue in effect.
These terms are governed by English law. Any contract for the purchase of services from this site and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with any such contract will be governed by English law. You and we both agree that the courts of England will have non-exclusive jurisdiction. However, if you are a resident in Northern Ireland you may also bring proceedings in Northern Ireland, and if you are a resident in Scotland and Wales you may also bring proceedings in Scotland and Wales.
Our website is operated and controlled from the United Kingdom and these terms and conditions, and your use of this website, are governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England.
Note: images used on this website are either the property of easypeasyDigital or images which we have been granted permission to use. These images should not be copied and used without the explicit consent of easypeasyDigital or the relevant copyright owner.
easypeasyDigital will not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss (including but not limited to loss of goodwill, loss of business, loss of anticipated profits or savings and all other pure economic loss) arising out of or in connection with the services delivered to you.