The Ben Card Solution (“the Solution”) that enables you (the "Customer”, “You”, “Your”) to provide your employees additional benefits in the form of pre-paid payment cards (“Ben Card”).
The Solution consists of a software application, henceforth referred to as “Application” as well as certain regulated payment services henceforth referred to as “Payment Services” accessible to you through your direct access to a secure system for the exchange of personal and financial data henceforth referred to as the “Platform Services”.
To provide you with the Solution, it is necessary for each of the following parties (henceforth “Provider”) named in this agreement to form a direct contractual relationship with you in relation to the services they provide to you as part of your access and use of the Solution:
For the Application, you agree to enter into and be bound by the terms of the Application Agreement, which you can read here, with Thanks Ben Ltd, henceforth the “Application Provider”, or “Ben”, “We”, “us”, “our”, whose company address is 73 Cornhill, London, United Kingdom, EC3V 3QQ, United Kingdom (Registration No: 12335851)
For the Payment Services, you agree to enter into and be bound by the terms of the Payment Services Agreement, which you can read here, with Paynetics AD , an electronic money institution regulated by the Bulgarian National Bank with whose company address is 76A James Bourchier, Sofia, Bulgaria (Registration No: 131574695)
For Platform Services, you agree to enter into and be bound by the terms of the Platform Access and Data Processing Agreement, which you can read here, with Paystratus Group Ltd , whose company address is Kemp House 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX, United Kingdom (Registration No:11677111)
Each of these parties is individually entitled to treat your use of the Solution as your acceptance of their respective terms and conditions, and to make a charge to you for their services which will be specified in their terms and conditions. You are advised to save a copy to your computer for future reference.
If there is any inconsistency between any of the provisions of these agreements, then, in relation to any inconsistency relating to the provision of Payment Services, the Payment Services Agreement shall prevail in preference to the other agreements, and the Platform Access and Data Processing Agreement shall prevail in preference to the Application Agreement.
Your first point of contact if you have any questions regarding any aspect of the Solution shall be the Application Provider, which you can contact here: email@example.com
In conjunction with the Ben Terms of Service, the following are the terms and conditions under which Thanks Ben Ltd (hereinafter referred to as “the Application Provider”, “Ben”, or “We”, “us”, “our”) provides you (the "Customer”, “You”, “Your”) with access and use of a software application and supporting services that facilitate your interaction with and use of the Platform Services in order to access the Payment Services. Our services to you are not a Payment Service.
We provide you with a Software Application (the “Employer Control Centre”) to enable You to:
1. Register employees to receive money in a Pre-Paid Mastercard (“Ben Card”) up to the amounts specified for each employee by the Customer.
2. Assign employees to receive money in the form of “Allocations”, which can be recurring (“Allowance”) and/or one-off (“Reward”). You may also control rules around the frequency and expiry of these Allocations.
3. Manage Customer budgets, individual employee balances, and Allocations through Your “Corporate Wallet”. Your Corporate Wallet serves as the “Paynetics Account” as detailed in the Cardholder Agreement.
4. Once you have created and assigned Allocations to individual employees, you must pre-fund your Corporate Wallet and create cards for each employee, which will then be issued. You must ensure that You have sufficient Available Funds in the Corporate Wallet to fund all scheduled Allocations.
5. Employees can view their Ben Card via the Employee Interface as defined in our Terms of Service, where employees can activate their Ben Card and view their combined Allocation Balances. Upon activation they can begin using their Ben Card to make transactions up to their Card Balance. Employees will be bound by the Card Service Agreement once the card is activated.
6. You agree to the right of whomever you assign an Allocation to have access to the specified amount through their prepaid Ben Card. Any amount that is spent by a member of your company is non-refundable. Only unused balances are refundable.
7. Information on employee transactions and outstanding balances will be available to You through your Employee Control Centre.
8. Any amount that is spent by a member of your company may have tax implications that your company and/or employees may be responsible for and Ben is not liable for any charges that may be incurred, regardless of our guidance which does not constitute advice or recommendation. Please consult a tax advisor for any questions you have.
These General Terms and Conditions (the “General Terms and Conditions”) shall govern the relationship between Paynetics AD, a legal entity (the "Customer”), and the Individuals designated by the Customer (“Cardholder/s”) with regard to the issuance and use of PAYNETICS BUSINESS DEBIT CARD under an Agreement for the issuance of PAYNETICS BUSINESS DEBIT CARDS and their use by business customers of Paynetics AD.
These General Terms and Conditions represent the Agreement for the issuance of PAYNETICS BUSINESS DEBIT CARD cards and their use by legal entities signed between Paynetics and the Customer (the “Agreement”).
This Agreement constitutes a contract between You and Paynetics. It contains important information that may affect your
rights, use of the Card and your ability to recover your money. This Agreement applies to your Card(s) issued by Paynetics in
copy of them for your records and future reference. By submitting your order for Card to Paynetics You indicate that You have
accepted this Agreement. Thus, by ordering your Card(s) You shall be deemed to have accepted and fully understood this
appendices or schedule to this Agreement form part of Our agreement with You and will have effect as if set out in the body of
Paynetics AD may refuse to enter into an agreement with a legal entity without providing any reason thereof.
“Agreement” shall mean this document together with:
- Fee Tariff of Paynetics AD (the “Fee Tariff”),
- Any other appendix explicitly specified herein, incorporated in the Agreement by reference.
“Agent” shall mean Paystratus Group Ltd., with company number 11677111, having its seat and registered address at Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, United Kingdom, EC1V 2NX, which: a) is registered agent of Paynetics AD under Art. 19 of the Bulgarian Payment Services and Payment Systems Act; b) assists Paynetics AD with the provision of the Services hereunder and maintains the Website;
“Fee Tariff“ shall mean the tariff adopted by Paynetics for the fees collected by Paynetics when issuing and servicing the PAYNETICS BUSINESS DEBIT MASTERCARD. The Fee Tariff may define the transaction limits for Card operations.
“Paynetics”, “we”, “us”, “our” shall mean Paynetics AD, seat and registered address: Ground Floor, 76A James Bourchier, Lozenets District, Sofia Municipality, Sofia, entered in the Commercial Register kept by the Registry Agency under UIC: 131574695. Paynetics AD is an electronic money company holding a license for operating as an electronic money company issued by the Board of Directors of the Bulgarian National Bank by Decision 44 of 11 April 2016, and is entered in the register kept by the Bulgarian National Bank, which is accessible on http://www.bnb.bg/RegistersAndServices/RSPIPublicRegisters/index.htm. The Bulgarian National Bank supervises the activities of Paynetics AD.
“Paynetics Account” shall mean a non-deposit non-interest-bearing account associated with a Card or Cards and maintained for the purpose of enabling Payment transactions. The Paynetics account shall be used for loading of funds as provided for in Section 3 of this Agreement.
“PAYNETICS BUSINESS DEBIT MASTERCARD” or “Card” shall mean a Debit Card for Business Customers issued by Paynetics AD: a type of payment instrument with electronically recorded balance which is repeatedly used for identification of the Cardholder and for remote access to the Payment account. The card has the MasterCard logo, it is linked to the Paynetics account of the Customer and using it, under this Agreement, a payment order is submitted. The card may be physical or virtual.
“MasterCard” shall mean MasterCard International Incorporated or its successors.
“Card Organisation” shall mean MasterCard International (‘MasterCard’), VISA Europe (‘VISA’) or any other association or organisation maintaining a card payment system applicable under this Agreement, including any affiliate, subsidiary or successor company of any of them, of which Paynetics is a member and is entitled to issue cards and accept payments, including using Cards accepted by such Card Organisation.
“PIN” shall mean a personal identification number: a four-digit combination issued to a Cardholder for each Card. PIN is a strictly personalised code for access to funds available on the Card, which is entered using the ATM or POS terminal keyboard. Entering a PIN from the ATM or POS keyboard serves to prove the identity of the Cardholder. The PIN of physical Cards can be changed via ATM.
“CVC2” shall mean a three-digit code or password for Secure Internet Payments issued for each card. CVC2 is a strictly personalised code for access to funds available on the Card, which is entered using a virtual POS terminal. Each CVC2 entry using a virtual POS terminal serves to prove the identity of the Cardholder.
“Payment Transaction” shall mean a payment made by the Cardholder using the Card including: a transaction at a physical POS terminal; ATM transaction; an Internet transaction using a virtual POS terminal.
“Blocking the Card” shall mean a temporary discontinuation of the Card service by Paynetics resulting in an objective impossibility to use the Card. Paynetics shall keep a record of blocked cards.
“Deactivating the Card” shall mean the final discontinuation of the Card service by Paynetics.
“Automated Teller Machine (ATM)" shall mean a device allowing cash withdrawal, payment of services, transfer of funds between payment accounts, receipt of statements and execution of other payment and non-payment transactions.
“POS (Point of Sale, Point of Service) Terminal" shall mean a device where the Card is used to pay for the purchase of goods or services in commercial premises.
“Virtual POS Terminal” shall mean a logically defined POS terminal device by which payment of goods and services are performed via the Internet.
“Limits” shall mean the Payment Transaction’s limits that apply to your Card and your Paynetics account, which are part of this Agreement and are listed in the "Tariff”, available on the Website.
“Tariff” shall mean the fees and limits applicable to the services appointed in this Agreement. The Tariff, as amended from time to time, shall be available on the Website.
“Identification” or “KYC Procedure” shall mean an identification procedure that requires at least provision of a valid passport / ID card and bank statement or other identification document, as well as a selfie of the person, together with the presented identity document in real time.
“Prohibited Transaction” shall mean any of the following types of transactions or activities:
1. Any sales of ‘pyramid’ type, Ponzi schemes or similar marketing or matrix programs or other schemes for ‘quick enrichment’ or high-yield investment programs;
2. Sale, supply or purchase of illegal items or items promoting or facilitating illegal activities;
3. Sale, supply or purchase of counterfeit products or products infringing intellectual property rights;
4. Products or services for the processing or aggregation of payments by third parties;
5. Money laundering;
6. Terrorism financing or propaganda;
7. Pornography, escort services and selling and/ or advertising sexual services;
8. Using the Card in a manner and/or for purposes violating the applicable law and/or regulations of the Card Organisation;
“Website” shall mean the website operated by Paystratus Group Ltd, acting as agent of Paynetics at the URL: https://weavr.io/thanksben/;
We reserve the right to further add other categories of prohibited transactions by adding such categories either to this Agreement or to a separate document posted on the Website.
3. DESCRIPTION OF THE CARD
1. The Card shall be issued to the Customer by Paynetics and will be linked to the Paynetics account of the Customer opened in any of the currencies maintained by Paynetics. These cards can be used for transactions in the country or abroad. The card includes the following requisite details: validity period, unique card number, name of cardholder, currency and CVV2/CVC2.
2. The Card is issued under the MasterCard brand based on the license granted by MasterCard International.
3. Unless otherwise provided herein, the following Payment transactions can be carried out using the Card:
3.1. Cash Withdraw via ATM;
3.2. Payment for goods or services via POS terminal;
3.3. Periodic transactions;
3.4. Payment for goods or services online via VPOS Terminal;
3.5. Obtaining an account statement;
3.6. Change of PIN by the Cardholder on ATM.
4. Transactions under Clause 3 above can be carried out on all terminal devices bearing the MasterCard logo and maintaining the respective functions.
5. Payment transactions with the Card shall be implemented immediately after receiving a due order and the Paynetics account shall be debited within: a) 10 days in case of cash withdrawal via ATMs; b) 15 days for all other transactions other than the ones under item a).
6. The Card Payment transactions will be subject to the limits set by Paynetics under the Tariff.
7. Following Card activation, the Card can be used for transactions with the funds available in the associated Paynetics Account.
8. The Customer is fully liable for all transactions initiated by the Cardholders. The Cardholders may use the Card only personally and may not provide it for use to anyone else. If a Cardholder provides access and/or any other means for use of the Card to a third party, the Customer shall be fully liable for all transactions initiated by such third parties.
9. Paynetics may refuse to perform a transaction with a Card if there are not sufficient available funds in the Customer’s Paynetics Account to cover the amount of the Payment transaction and all applicable fees as per the Tariff. If any action results in a negative balance in the Paynetics Account, the Customer shall recover the respective amount ensuring a positive balance in the Account, and Paynetics shall be entitled to take all necessary steps in accordance with the Agreement for the collection of amounts due from the Paynetics Account.
10. By accepting this Agreement, the Customer agrees that:
- Paynetics is not a bank and that the Paynetics Account is not a bank account;
- No interest shall be accrued on your Paynetics Account balance;
- The funds available in the Paynetics Account are not a deposit and the Customer may not claim any interest thereon;
- Paynetics shall deduct the value of all transactions performed with the Card, including all applicable fees, from the Paynetics Account balance.
11. Paynetics has the right to change at any time:
a) The authentication methods used to verify the identity of Cardholders;
b) The scope of services provided by Paynetics at any time, and by excluding the possibility for their use in case of newly introduced technical characteristics of the services, regulatory changes or for safety reasons, or for other reasons. Paynetics shall promptly notify the Customer in writing or by email about any such changes.
12. The Customer shall be fully responsible for all goods or services purchased with the Card. Any dispute with a merchant about a product or service purchased with the Card shall be considered a dispute between the Customer and the merchant. Paynetics shall assume no responsibility and shall not provide any warranties regarding such goods or services purchased with the Card, and shall not be responsible for their quantity or quality. All such disputes should be addressed directly to the Merchant providing the respective goods or services.
13. Paynetics reserves the right to refuse to authorise a Payment transaction if it does not meet the requirements of the Agreement or violates the provisions of a regulatory act or the regulations of a Card Organisation. In such case, Paynetics shall promptly inform the Customer about the reasons for that refusal, unless this is prohibited by a regulatory act.
14. Paynetics shall not be liable if a merchant refuses to accept a Card or if Paynetics has not authorised a certain payment transaction in compliance with the Agreement.
15. The Card is property of Paynetics as a card issuer and cannot be transferred and/or made available to any person other than the Cardholder.
3. CARD ISSUANCE AND LOADING
1. Paynetics shall enter into agreements with and shall issue Cards to legal entities in relation to their business operations.
2. The Agreement shall be considered to be effective as from the moment when the Customer receives a confirmation by Paynetics that the Customer has been approved by Paynetics. Paynetics may refuse to enter into an agreement with a certain legal entity or to issue a Card without stating any reason.
3. The Cardholder is an individual who represents the entity under Clause 1 above or is its signatory, or an employer of the entity under Clause 1 above who is expressly listed in the Agreement and approved by Paynetics. The Cardholders (the persons who will be issued Cards under the Agreement) shall be personalised in the Agreement with the Customer and the Customer shall ensure the Cardholders’ compliance with the Agreement and the Agreement. The Customer shall be liable to Paynetics for the Cardholders’ actions.
4. Each Card has a validity period within which the Cardholder may use the Card. The Card shall expire on the last day of the month/year indicated on its front side. All transactions initiated after the expiration or cancellation of the Card shall not be authorised or effected.
5. Paynetics shall issue the Card within ten working days from the date of signing the Agreement and , if the Card is not virtual, shall deliver it to the Cardholder. The Card may be delivered by a courier service or through the Agent.
6. The Card , if not virtual, shall only be personally delivered to the Customer by Paynetics. Upon receipt of the Card, the Cardholder shall be required to produce their identity card for identification purposes. The Cardholder shall be required to put their signature on the signature spot on the reverse side of the Card immediately after receiving it.
7. Along with the Card, Paynetics may provide the Cardholder with a PIN. The Cardholder should memorise their PIN and then destroy the media on which it is recorded. The Cardholder should always keep their PIN, should not record it anywhere or use it if someone else can see the PIN. If the Cardholder suspects that someone else knows the user identifiers, passwords, or PIN, they should immediately inform Paynetics and change them immediately.
8. The Card may be loaded via bank transfer to the Paynetics account associated with the Card (“Funding Source”).
9. We must verify that the Funding Source is valid and legal, and that You are its owner. For that purpose, We will require You to confirm your Funding Source by such verification methods that We chose for that purpose.
10. You can fund subsequently (reload) your Card via additional bank transfers as appointed in item 1 above.
11. Whenever Card (s) is funded by debiting an account at your financial institution and We are advised of insufficient funds in such account, We may represent such transaction at your financial institution.
12. The Customer may request Paynetics to issue a new card in the following cases:
a. In case of destruction or damage to the Card,
b. In case of loss, theft or other misappropriation of the Card,
c. In case of a forgotten PIN, and
d. Upon expiration of the validity period. Upon the expiration of the Card, only the cards used within the past two months before the expiration date will automatically be renewed. The Customer shall pay a fee for the Card renewal in accordance with the Fee Tariff effective as of the date of renewal.
13. In the cases under Clause 11 a), c) and d) above, the Customer shall be required to return the old card which shall be destroyed in the presence of an employee. In case of failure to return the Card, the Customer shall pay a fee according to the Fee Tariff. The Customer shall not pay a fee for failure to return the card if, in accordance with the Agreement, they have requested blocking of the Card due to loss/theft.
14. When the Cardholder receives their Card it will be inactive. The Cardholder should activate the Card prior to using it. Otherwise, any transactions attempted by the Cardholder shall be rejected. The Card shall be activated online by following the instructions for activation provided by the Agent
4. CARD USE
1. The Cardholder shall use the Card only in person and in compliance with the provisions for issuance and use set out in the Agreement and the Agreement. The Cardholder may not perform any unauthorised transactions with the Card.
2. The Cardholder shall safeguard the Card, the information recorded thereon and the personalised security features of the Card.
3. The physical card may be used on any device accepting cards with the MasterCard® brand, while your virtual Card may only be used for online transactions or transactions performed by phone using mobile applications.
4. Any payment transaction with the Card shall be allowed only after verifying: the accessible cash, the Card status and its limits, and identification of the Cardholder by one of the following methods:
4.1. In case of cash withdrawal from an ATM: by entering a PIN;
4.2. In case of payment for goods or services by a POS terminal: by entering a PIN and/or signature on the POS slip note. The requirement under this Clause shall not be applied in case of contactless payments for amounts under the maximum set by Paynetics. The maximum amount for a contactless transaction beyond which customer verification is required by entering a PIN shall be approved and confirmed by the International Card Organisation for each country. The signature on the slip note from the terminal device should be identical to the signature on the reverse side of the Card and shall verify the authorisation and the correct execution of the transactions. At the Merchant’s request, the Cardholder shall also present a document for identification and verification of their signature. Failure to provide an ID shall represent a reasonable ground for refusing to effect the payment transaction;
4.3. In case of online payments, no PIN shall be used but the card authenticity shall be confirmed by a CVC/CVV and a one-time payment code.
5. The Cardholder may carry out transactions with the Card to the amount of the available cash in the account to which the Card was issued in accordance with the limits set to their Card.
6. The Customer needs to make sure there are sufficient funds in the account to which the Card was issued in order to carry out payment transactions with the Card. The Customer should ensure sufficient funds in the Account to which the Card has been issued in order to perform payment transactions with the Card. If the Cardholder performs payment transactions with amounts in excess of the available cash or otherwise exceed it in connection to the Card use, the excess amount shall be recorded as an unauthorised overdraft and charged with an interest rate equivalent to the legal interest rate and the Customer must make an immediate payment of the amount in excess plus the accrued interest.
7. It is possible that some merchants may not accept payments made with the Card. It is a responsibility of the Cardholder to check the policy of each merchant. Paynetics holds no responsibility if a merchant refuses to accept a Card payment.
8. Merchants in certain business sectors (e.g. car rental companies, hotels and other service providers) have the practice to estimate the potential funds that can be spent with them and to require retention of the total amount of the potential funds so estimated. In some cases, that total amount may exceed the amount effectively spent. In such cases, the initially withheld funds from the Card may be held for up to 15 days and the amount will not be available. Paynetics may release such amounts only with the Merchant’s consent.
9. If the Card is lost, stolen or damaged, Paynetics shall replace it at the Customer’s request by charging a Replacement Fee which shall be deducted from the Paynetics Account. If a card has been reported lost, stolen or misappropriated but later is found, then the Cardholder should immediately inform Paynetics about it and destroy the Card.
10. The Card, physical or virtual, allows Payment transactions related to payment for goods and services, at the initiative of or through the payee. Your consent to the payment operations to be performed at the initiative of or through the payee is provided by providing the payee with the Card identification data (card number, validity period, CVC2 / CVV2 card code), with which you give consent to the payee to perform Payment transactions with your Paynetics card and Paynetics to execute them, and you will be bound by the consequences of their execution. In the cases when you agree with the card to perform payment transactions at the initiative of or through the payee, you provide this consent by entering / filling in the Card number, your name, the validity period of the Card. the CVC2 / CVV2 card code and, where supplied to you, a one-time code (3 D secure) that you will receive for the purpose of giving consent. In case you have given consent with the Paynetics card to perform Payment transactions on the initiative of or through the payee, Paynetics performs these transactions as regularly authorized by you, based on the consent of the payee and is not responsible for damages or lost profits.
11. In addition to the above in item 10, for payment transactions related to Paynetics cards made on the initiative of or through the payee, you have the right to request from Paynetics a refund of the entire amount of an already executed and authorized payment transaction in up to 56 days from the date on which your Paynetics account was debited and the following conditions are met at the same time:(a) at the time of authorization to execute the payment transaction, its exact value is not specified, and (b) the value of the payment transaction exceeds your expected value in view of your previous expenses for such transactions, the terms of these General Terms, etc. case-specific circumstances, such as you cannot refer to reasons related to a currency exchange when the reference exchange rate agreed with Paynetics has been applied. At the request of Paynetics, you must provide evidence of the existence of the conditions in points (a) and (b) above.Within 10 working days of receiving your request, Paynetics refunds the entire amount of the payment transaction or refuses to refund it, indicating the grounds for refusal and the authorities to which you can object if you do not accept the stated grounds for refusal. The refund includes the entire amount of the executed Payment transaction, and the value date for crediting your Paynetics account is no later than the date on which your account was debited with the amount of the payment transaction.
12. You will not be entitled to a refund under item 11 when you have given your consent to perform the payment transaction directly to Paynetics and, where applicable - Paynetics or the payee has provided you with information about the upcoming payment transaction under agreed manner at least 28 days before the date of its implementation.
5. AUTHORISATION OF PAYMENT TRANSACTIONS
1. Each payment transaction should be approved at the time when it is initiated by the Cardholder. Each payment order and authorisation shall be obtained from Paynetics in an electronic form.
2. In order to ensure extra security when performing online payments, Paynetics registers all Cards issued by the company for the Secure Online Payments service (3-D Secure). The programmes of the International Card Organisations providing such service are the MasterCard Secure Code and Verified by Visa. For each payment on the websites of merchants involved in the MasterCard Secure Code and Verified by Visa programmes, the Cardholder shall receive a text message (SMS) containing a one-time verification code for the payment. Entering the payment verification code is a further identification besides entering the CVV2/CVC2 code on the Card. In the event of misuse of the Card online after learning the verification code from third parties and/or in case of payments with the Card to Merchants not involved in the MasterCard Secure Code or Verified by Visa programmes, Paynetics shall not be held liable and the losses incurred shall be covered by the Customer. Also, Paynetics shall not be held liable for any non-received SMS with a confirmation code in case of failure of the respective mobile communication providers to deliver such notifications or in case of wrongly provided cell phone number. Paynetics shall not be a party to the relationship with the online payment system operator and shall not be held liable with regard to such relationship.
3. The Cardholder shall send an irrevocable order to Paynetics and shall agree to carry out the payment transaction, and also shall give an unconditional consent and order to Paynetics to use the funds in the Paynetics Account and to deduct any fees and commissions payable in relation thereto:
3.1 In case of payment by a physical card at a POS terminal: by providing the Card, placing it on the respective POS terminal and/or entering a PIN to effect the particular payment.
3.2. In case of online payment of goods or services: by entering a CVV2 number/three-digit code of the Card and the one-time transaction cod, if requested.
3.3. In the case of transactions effected by an ATM: by inserting the card into the ATM device and entering a PIN in the ATM device.
4. The consent to a Payment Transaction may not be withdrawn or cancelled after it has been received by Paynetics.
6. PAYMENT TRANSACTIONS
1. Paynetics may refuse to carry out any payment transaction ordered with the Card if it does not meet the requirements of this Agreement, including, but not limited to any of the following circumstances:
1.1. Paynetics has a good reason to suspect that the transaction is unauthorized or involved in fraud or illegal activity;
1.2. The Cardholder has not given an exact order to implement the transaction or has given an incomplete order;
1.3. Paynetics has a good reason to believe that there has been a violation of the Agreement;
1.4. For a reason related to compliance with rules and regulations of MasterCard®;
1.5. If there are no sufficient funds in the Paynetics Account or if the transaction violates the set limits;
1.6. By law or by order of a regulatory body;
1.7. Due to a technical impossibility to carry out the transaction.
2. Merchants may not authorize a payment unless they have obtained permission from Paynetics.
3. The Cardholder shall be responsible to provide a correct and accurate order for execution of a payment transaction. If the instructions provided by the Cardholder are incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete, Paynetics shall not be liable for errors or inaccuracies in the transaction. If a payment transaction is carried out in accordance with the instructions provided by the Cardholder, it shall be deemed to be accurately implemented.
4. Each payment transaction made with the Card shall be final and irreversible, except in the following situations at the discretion of Paynetics:
4.1. An error on part of the merchant has been confirmed
.4.2. An illegal activity in connection with the Card has been detected;
4.3. A violation of the Agreement has been established.
5. The maximum period for completion of payment services provided with the Card shall be determined by the rules of card organisations and card operators within the terms set out in Article 87 and Article 88 of the Law on Payment Services and Payment Systems (LPSPS).
6. The implementation of a payment transaction ordered with the Card may be delayed due to the performance of Paynetics’ obligations under the applicable anti-money laundering laws, including if Paynetics suspects that the transaction is involved in frauds, illegal or unacceptable activities or constitutes an unauthorised transaction.
7. FEES AND EXCHANGE RATES
1. The Customer shall be charged for the Card issuance and service, and each transaction performed using the Card, by applying the Fee Tariff effective on the date of collecting the fee or the date of effecting the transaction, respectively. The fees due by the Customer shall be collected ex officio from the Paynetics account to which the Card has been issued.
2. By accepting this Agreement, the Customer enables Paynetics to debit the Paynetics Account for all applicable fees in relation to a given transaction made with the Card. All fees shall be determined in the currency of the Paynetics Account. Such fees shall include the fees of relevant third parties whose services are necessary to enable the payment services hereunder to be performed and remitting these fees to the relevant third parties or their Agent
3. Paynetics reserves the right to change the fees due on a current basis in accordance with the Agreement, and based on such changes, the procedure for changing the Agreement mentioned herein shall be applied. Changes in the reference exchange rate shall apply immediately without prior notice.
4. If the ordered payment transaction is in a currency other than the currency denominated for the Paynetics account, then the amount deducted from the balance shall be the amount of the transaction converted into the currency denominated for the Paynetics account, using the exchange rates used applied by MasterCard®; these exchange rates shall have the meaning of a reference exchange rate in compliance with the Law on Payment Services and Payment Systems (LPSPS), and the changes shall be applied immediately to the relations under the Agreement. The exchange rate shall be determined on the date of the final settlement of the transaction. A fee for foreign currency transactions as described in the Fee Tariff shall also be applied.
8. COMMUNICATION PROCEDURE
1. The Agreement shall be executed in English and the communication between the parties thereto shall also be carried out in English, unless otherwise provided therein.
2. Representatives of the Customer or persons authorised by them may receive information about the payment transactions made with the Card electronically.
3. If any changes are made to the initial contact details provided by the Customer upon signing the Agreement, the Customer should inform Paynetics about it in writing within 7 days. Otherwise all notifications, invitations or other notices sent to the last Customer’s electronic address known to Paynetics shall be deemed to have been delivered.
4. Paynetics Customer Relations Centre shall be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., EET, from Monday to Friday. The contact details can be found on the Website. The contact details in case of lost or stolen or non-functioning cards shall be available on the Website. For monitoring purposes, we may record any conversation with the Customer Relations Centre.
5. Paynetics shall provide access to the required information about the Card transactions by means of electronic statements about payment transactions and history of transactions on the Website. Statements shall not be provided on paper. Information about the Card shall be updated, if there was any activity with the Card, including information on all collected fees. From the moment of downloading the statement from the Website the Customer shall be considered to be informed about the relevant transaction, whether they have actually downloaded the said statement or not. The Customer shall be charged for obtaining additional information or for obtaining it in a manner different from the manner described herein.
9. SECURITY MEASURES
1. The Cardholder must keep the Card with diligence by taking all necessary measures against its loss, destruction, damage, or disclosing data recorded on the Card or its personalised security features by third parties. Pursuant to Article 75 of the Law on Payment Services and Payment Systems (LPSPS), the Customer and the Cardholder shall have the following obligations:
1.1. To use the Card in accordance with the terms and conditions for their issuance and use;
1.2. To notify Paynetics of any loss, theft, misappropriation or unauthorised use of the Card immediately after becoming aware thereof;
1.3. Upon receipt of the Card, to make all reasonable efforts to preserve their personalised security features, including not to record any information about those security features on the Card and not to keep such information together with the Card.
2. If the card has been held by an ATM, the Cardholder must immediately notify Paynetics. If Paynetics is not able to give back the card to its Cardholder, Paynetics shall issue a new card to the same account.
3. In the event of loss, misappropriation, destruction, damage, counterfeit or other unauthorised use of the Card, the Cardholder must immediately notify Paynetics by providing their personal details or the Card number, if possible. Notification can be made via the Paynetics Customer Relations Centre or by sending a message on the Website via the contact form. Notification can be also made by phone, at the phone number listed on the Website. Paynetics makes all reasonable efforts to stop using the Card by blocking the Card transactions after receiving a notification by the Cardholder.
4. Without prejudice to Clause 1 above, in order to ensure the safety of the Card, the Customer/Cardholder must provide at least the following:
4.1. Not to disclose to and/or allow any third party to use in any manner whatsoever the user identifiers, passwords or PINs;
4.2. To ensure the safety of their personal devices (mobile phones, computers, tablets) and to protect their personal devices from unauthorised access;
4.3. To regularly change their password to access the virtual Paynetics Card;
4.4. To use up-to-date virus, malware, and spyware software and a firewall to reduce the risk of security breaches.
5. Paynetics may, at any time at its sole discretion, block or deactivate the Card for reasons related to the following:
(a) In the cases under Clause 3 of this Article;
(b) If there are reasons to doubt the security of the Card;
(c) If Paynetics becomes aware or suspects that the Card is being used in an unauthorised, unlawful or deceptive manner;
(d) For reasons related to the law enforcement of any applicable jurisdiction or the instructions provided by a Card Organisation;
(e) If the Agreement is terminated;
(f) At the request of the Customer: the request can be sent in writing to the following address: 76A James Boucher Blvd., Ground Floor, 1407 Sofia, or using the contact form on the Website;
(g) If Paynetics discovers or suspects non-compliance with the Agreement; and
(h) In case of placing a lien on the Customer’s Paynetics Account.
6. In the cases under Clause 5 of this Article, if possible, before blocking/deactivation or immediately afterwards at the latest, Paynetics shall notify the Customer about the blocking/deactivation of the Card and the reasons for it, unless providing such information is forbidden for security reasons or to comply with regulatory requirements preventing such reasons from being disclosed to the Customer.
7. The Card shall be unblocked as soon as possible after the reasons for blocking cease to exist. If the Card has been blocked due to Customer’s/Cardholder's fault, the Customer shall pay a fee in accordance with the Fee Tariff.
1. The Customer shall be required to notify Paynetics in writing of any unauthorised or improperly executed transaction with the Card without undue delay after becoming aware of the unauthorised or improperly executed transaction but no later than two months from the date of debiting the Customer’s Paynetics Account. The Customer shall be considered to be informed of an unauthorised or improperly executed transaction as from the moment of downloading the relevant statement from the Website Paynetics shall not be held liable for any unauthorised or improperly executed payment transactions under this Article 10 where Paynetics has not received a notice within two months from the date when Customer’s Paynetics Account was debited.
2. Upon receipt of notification under Clause 1 hereof, the Cardholder has the right to receive a refund of the funds as per this section. Paynetics shall verify the authenticity of the payment transaction, its proper registration and reporting, and whether the transaction has been affected by a technical malfunction or other defect. Since the Customer is not a physical person (consumer), the Customer agrees that Articles 78 and 80 of the Bulgarian Payment Services and Payment Systems Act shall not apply to their relations with Paynetics under the Agreement.
3. In the event that Paynetics establishes an unauthorised transaction and where there are no reasonable grounds for suspecting that the Customer/Cardholder acted fraudulently, Paynetics shall refund to the Customer the value of the unauthorised transaction within the statutory timelines. If necessary, Paynetics shall restore the Customer's Payment Account to the status it would be if the unauthorised transaction was not effected.
4. The provision of Clause 3 hereof, shall not apply and the Customer shall bear all losses, irrespective of their amount, relating to unauthorised transactions if the Customer/Cardholder has caused them by fraud or failure to perform one or more of the obligations under the Agreement.
5. Paynetics shall be held liable for any non-executed or improperly executed transaction unless it proves that the payment service provider of the recipient has failed to receive the amount of the transaction within the deadline. In such cases, Paynetics shall promptly reimburse the amount of the transaction and, if applicable, shall restore the account to the statues in which it would have been before the transaction was effected. Upon Customer's request, Paynetics shall take due steps to track the transaction and inform the Customer about the outcome
6. The Customer shall pay a fee in accordance with the Fee Tariff in the cases where it appears that their notification under Clause 1 hereof is unjustified.
7. In the event that you have grounds for recovering amounts from incorrectly performed or unauthorized transactions, we will recover them as soon as possible upon receipt of your claim or any additional information we may request in order to investigate your right to a refund. However, if, following an investigation, we have reasonable grounds to believe that the refund is not actually due to you for any reason or that we have made an unreasonable refund, we will have the right to request a refund of the previous refund and you will be liable. for any loss caused to us or to you.
8. Where Paynetics acts as the payee's payment service provider and has not executed or has incorrectly executed a payment transaction, Paynetics shall immediately credit the payee's account specified in the payment order with the amount of the executed or incorrectly executed payment transaction or in case of duplicated transaction-shall refund the account of the payee in the condition in which he would be without the execution of the incorrectly executed payment transaction.
9. Paynetics shall not be held liable to the Customer for damages and losses arising from:
(a) Any transaction for which the Customer/Cardholder has failed to use the Card in accordance with the Agreement;
(b) Any transaction performed in accordance with the information which the Customer/Cardholder has provided to Paynetics where it is established that the information provided is incorrect or inaccurate;
(c) Any unusual or unforeseeable circumstance beyond the control of Paynetics;
(d) Refusal of a merchant to accept a Card or payment;
(e) Malfunction of a mobile device or other equipment, software or services required for the successful technical performance of an operation which is beyond the control of Paynetics;
(f) Compliance with the applicable legal or regulatory requirements or guidelines provided by the Card Organisation.
(g) any unauthorized transaction in which the Customer and/or Cardholder has acted fraudulently or when Customer and/or the Cardholder has been intentionally or grossly negligently not used the Card in accordance with these General Terms and Conditions
(h) Loss of Customer’s revenue, goodwill, lost benefits or expected savings;
(i) Any loss or damage which is not a direct result nor a direct consequence of a breach of the Agreement by Paynetics; or
(j) For any loss or damage caused by a virus, Denial of Service attack dissemination or other technologically harmful material that may infect a computer or other device or equipment, software programs, data or other proprietary material in connection to the Card and the Agreement.
10. Paynetics shall not be held liable in case of unjustified refusal of third parties to accept transactions with the Paynetics Card or, if the payment initiated by the Cardholder cannot be made with the Card due to technical, communication or other reasons beyond the control of Paynetics.
11. Paynetics shall not be a party to the relationship between the Customer and merchants, including utility providers, when performing transactions with the Card and shall not be held liable for the quality of goods and/or services provided by the merchant or for possible disputes arising between the merchant and the Customer for this reason.
12. Paynetics shall not be held liable if a notification of destruction, loss, theft, forgery or other misappropriation of a Card made by the Cardholder is untrue and Paynetics has taken the necessary steps to protect the Customer and/or the Cardholder by refusing to approve transactions with such Card.
13. The Customer shall be responsible for all obligations arising out of the Card use and shall be liable to Paynetics for all damages caused by the Card improper and/or non-compliant use under the Agreement.
14. In the event of non-performance of the Customer’s obligations to Paynetics in connection with the Card use, the Customer may not make objections based on its relations with third parties and/or Cardholders.
11. CHANGES TO THE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. Paynetics shall notify the Customers about any changes to the Agreement, including the Fee Tariff, and the date on which such changes shall take effect, by posting on the Website and/or via email. Changes shall have an immediate effect.
2. If the Customer does not approve of the changes to the Agreement as per Clause 1 hereof, the Customer may terminate the Agreement. Paynetics shall assume that the Customer has approved the changes to the documents under Clause 1 hereof if the Customer has not informed Paynetics that the Customer does not approve these changes within 14 days after their posting on the Website/receipt via email In case the Customer has informed Paynetics that the latter does not accept the changes, this Agreement shall be terminated.
3. Paynetics shall not notify the Customer about any modifications associated to extending the scope of the provided services, modifications that are more favourable to the Customer, or reproductive modifications in the regulatory acts.
12. TERM OF THE AGREEMENT. TERMINATION. VALIDITY PERIOD OF THE CARD
1. The Agreement shall be deemed to have been made and shall become effective the moment it is signed by the Customer and approved by Paynetics. The Agreement shall be valid until the same is terminated in any of the ways provided in the Agreement.
2. The Agreement shall be made for a validity period coinciding with the validity period of the Card(s), including in the cases of re-issuance of the Card within the validity period provided in the Agreement.
3. Upon expiration of the term referred to in Clause 2 above, a new Card(s) shall be issued and the Agreement shall be automatically renewed for a new period of time equal to the validity period of the new Card(s) if it is not terminated by one of the parties in the ways specified in the Agreement. The Card shall not be reissued if the Customer makes a written request to terminate the Agreement by the end of the month preceding the month of its expiry.
4. The Agreement shall be terminated:
4.1. In the cases under Clause 12.2;
4.2. Upon closing the payment account to which a Card has been issued;
4.3. By the Customer:
a) Upon expiry of the Card and a written request for termination of the Agreement;
b) On the date of submitting a written request for termination of the Agreement.
4.4. By Paynetics:
а) With a one-month written notice;
b) Without a notice: in case of breach of the provisions of the Agreement or the Agreement by the Customer or a Cardholder;
c) If this is a requirement to Paynetics by a regulatory authority or a Card Organisation, or it is required in order to comply with regulations or prohibitions on money laundering or terrorist financing;d) In other cases provided by law or in the Agreement.
5. Upon the occurrence of any of the conditions under Clause 4 above, the Customer’s right to use the Card (s) shall be terminated and the Cards shall be deactivated. The Customer shall be required to return the cards issued under the Agreement, and all Paynetics receivables under the Agreement, if any, shall become payable.
6. The Customer shall be responsible for all transactions performed prior to termination of the Agreement, their resulting liabilities and any other obligations relating to the use and servicing of the Card prior to such termination.
13. LEGAL PROTECTION PROCEDURE
1. Paynetics shall review any objections submitted or disputes raised by the Customer or its signatory in connection with the payment services provided and shall notify the Customer of its decision within fifteen business days from their submission.
2. If Paynetics fails to announce its decision within the time limit referred to in Clause 1 above or the decision is not to the Customer’s satisfaction, the Customer may refer the dispute to the Conciliation Committee for Payment Disputes with the Commission for Consumer Protection.
3. The Agreement and the Agreement shall be governed by the relevant Bulgarian laws. Any disputes related to their interpretation or implementation shall be finally settled by the competent Bulgarian court.
1. The Agreement have been executed based on and in compliance with the Law on Payment Services and Payment Systems (LPSPS), the regulatory acts issued in terms of its implementation and other relevant regulatory acts.
2. Pursuant to Article 46, Paragraph 5 of the LPSPS, the Parties agree that Articles 47-66 of the LPSPS shall not apply to their relations. All modifications to the Agreement and the Agreement and the Fee Tariff shall be made as provided in Clause 12 hereof.
3. Pursuant to Article 67, Paragraph 4 of the LPSPS, the Parties agree that Article 68, Paragraph 1, Article70, Paragraph 4 and 5, the term under Article 77, Paragraph 1, Article 78, Article 80, Article 82, Paragraph 2 and 3, Article.85, Article 91, Article 92 and Article 93, Paragraph 1of the LPSPS shall not apply to their relations but only the relevant provisions of the Agreement and the Agreement in which they are incorporated by reference.
4.. Personal data shall be processed by means of automatic devices in compliance with the European Union Law, the Law on Personal Data Protection and the international treaties to which the Republic of Bulgaria is a party. In order to meet its statutory obligations, Paynetics shall apply customer due diligence procedures, and in addition shall provide information to the National Revenue Agency and other competent government authorities.
5. Paynetics may transfer its rights and obligations under the Agreement to another company or individual at any time. The Customer shall be entitled to transfer its rights and obligations under the Agreement and the Agreement to another individual or company only after obtaining written consent from Paynetics.
6. If a court or competent authority establishes that a certain provision in the Agreement (or any part of any provision) is invalid, illegal or unenforceable, such provision (or part of it) shall be deemed to be non-existent to the extent necessary, but the validity and applicability of all other provisions of the Agreement shall not be affected.
These terms and conditions (together with any documents incorporated by reference below, the “Agreement”) govern the supply of services by Paystratus Group Limited, (as the context requires, “Weavr”, “we”, “us”, “our”) to the entity approved by us to access the Weavr.io Platform (“you”, “your”) as indicated below.
Contact information: our contact details are available at https://weavr.io.contact.
We operate and maintain the Weavr.io Platform which enables you to access the Payment Services provided by regulated financial institutions (“the Payment Services Providers”), and to securely exchange your personal and financial data with the Payment Services Providers in relation to the provision of these services.
Our services to you are referred to as “the Weavr Services” throughout this Agreement. Your access to the Weavr Services is facilitated by the Application Provider by means of the Solution.
We provide the Weavr Services without charge to you but subject always to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
The Payment Services are provided by authorised and regulated entities the details of which are provided on our website.
In certain circumstances you will also be bound by the terms and conditions of the Payment Services Provider(s) (which we identify on our website) and we and they shall be entitled to treat your use of the Weavr Services as confirmation of your acceptance of this Agreement and the terms and conditions applicable to the Payment Services.
For the purposes of these clauses relating to data the following terms shall have the following meanings:
Data Protection Legislation: the UK Data Protection Legislation and (for so long as and to the extent that the law of the European Union has legal effect in the UK) the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) and any other directly applicable European Union regulation relating to privacy.
Our Data: the data, not including any personal data, supplied by us or our licensor for the Business Purpose (as defined below).
Processed Data: any data that derives from us having Processed Your Data under this agreement, whether or not in combination with Our Data.
Processed Non Personal Data : all data, other than personal data, comprised in the Processed Data from time to time.
Relevant Data: Your Data and the Processed Data.
Security Breach: any security breach relating to:
(a) Your Personal Data reasonably determined by us to be sufficiently serious or substantial to justify notification to the Information Commissioner or other relevant supervisory authority in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Requirements; or
(b) Your Non-Personal Data reasonably determined by us to be sufficiently serious or substantial to give rise to a material risk of litigation by the individuals whose data is the subject of the breach.
Security Feature: any security feature, including any key, PIN, password, token or smartcard.
Standard Contractual Clauses: the standard contractual clauses for the transfer of personal data from the European Union to processors established in third countries as set out in the Annex to Commission Decision 2010/87/EU.
UK Data Protection Legislation: any data protection legislation from time to time in force in the UK including the Data Protection Act 1998 or 2018 or any successor legislation.
Your Data: the data supplied by you to us under the terms of this Agreement, including Your Personal Data and Your Non-Personal Data.
Your Non-Personal Data: all data comprised in Your Data from time to time other than Your Personal Data.
Your Personal Data: the personal data comprised in Your Data from time to time.
Collection, Storage and Use of Your DataI
n order that you can use the Solution it is necessary that we collect information from you including information regarding your identity and (where you are a corporate body) the identities of your officers and employees.
Some of the information collected is Personal Data (as defined in the Data Protection Legislation).
Your Data is collected for the following purposes (“Business Purpose”):
to meet the anti-money laundering and similar obligations placed on us, the Application Provider or the Payment Services Provider(s);
to enable us to provide the Weavr Services;
to enable us to provide the necessary services to the Application Provider;
to share Your Data with the Payment Services Provider and/or Application Provider so that they can meet any requirements they have in providing the relevant services.
We shall process Your Data for the Business Purpose only and in compliance with Your instructions from time to time.
You acknowledge that we are under no duty to investigate the completeness, accuracy or sufficiency of Your Data.
We may use Processed Non Personal Data to derive usage trends of the use of the Weavr Platform and for other commercial purposes. Any personal data shall always be made anonymous for such purposes.
We will only retain your personal data for as long as reasonably necessary to fulfil the purposes we collected it for, including for the purposes of satisfying any legal, regulatory, tax, accounting or reporting requirements. We may retain your personal data for a longer period in the event of a complaint or if we reasonably believe there is a prospect of litigation in respect to our relationship with you.
To determine the appropriate retention period for personal data, we consider the amount, nature and sensitivity of the personal data, the potential risk of harm from unauthorised use or disclosure of your personal data, the purposes for which we process your personal data and whether we can achieve those purposes through other means, and the applicable legal, regulatory, tax, accounting or other requirements.
Security and Passwords
We shall ensure that the Relevant Data is kept secure and in an encrypted form, and shall use all reasonable security practices and systems applicable to the use of the Relevant Data to prevent, and take prompt and proper remedial action against, unauthorised access, copying, modification, storage, reproduction, display or distribution of the Relevant Data.
Where we use Security Features in relation to the Weavr Services (wholly or in part), the Security Features must be kept confidential and not lent, shared, transferred or otherwise misused by you.
If you or we:
(i) becomes aware of any unauthorised or unlawful processing of any Relevant Data or that any Relevant Data is lost or destroyed or has become damaged, corrupted or unusable;
(ii) becomes aware of any Security Breach; or
(iii) learns or suspects that any Security Feature has been revealed to or obtained by any unauthorised person,
that party shall, at its own expense, promptly notify the other party and fully co-operate with the other party to remedy the issue as soon as reasonably practicable.
We may change Security Features on notice to you for security reasons.
We shall take reasonable precautions to preserve the integrity of any Relevant Data processed by us and to prevent any corruption or loss of such Relevant Data.
We shall regularly make a back-up copy of the Relevant Data and record the copy on media from which the Relevant Data can be reloaded in the event of any corruption or loss of the Relevant Data.
If any of Your Data is lost or corrupted, our obligations under this clause shall be your exclusive right and remedy against us in respect of such loss or corruption.
(i) only make copies of Your Data to the extent reasonably necessary for the Business Purpose (which includes, for clarity, back-up, mirroring (and similar availability enhancement techniques), security, disaster recovery and testing of the Customer Data);
(ii) not extract, re-utilise, use, exploit, redistribute, re-disseminate, copy or store Your Data other than for the Business Purpose; and
(iii) not do anything that may materially damage your reputation.We shall take reasonable steps to ensure the reliability of all our employees who have access to Your Personal Data.
Where we need to transfer any of Your Personal Data outside the EEA we shall do so only in accordance with the terms of the Standard Contractual Clauses.
In your use of the Weavr Service you shall not:
access, store, distribute or transmit any viruses, or any material that:
(i) is unlawful, harmful, threatening, defamatory, obscene, infringing, harassing or racially or ethnically offensive;
(ii) facilitates illegal activity;
(iii) depicts sexually explicit images;
(iv) promotes unlawful violence;(v) is discriminatory based on race, gender, colour, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability; or
(vi) is in any manner otherwise illegal or causes damage or injury to any person or property; and
shall not use or change your use of the Weavr Service in such a way as may (or may reasonably be expected to) overload or otherwise compromise the Weavr Platform or use it in any way which may reasonably be expected to be outside the parameters of normal use (for example by making excessive API calls through the system) and shall indemnify us against any costs we incur as a result of any such misuse;
and we reserve the right, without liability or prejudice to our other rights, to disable your access to the Weavr Services should you breach the provisions of this clause.
You shall not:
(i) attempt to copy, modify, duplicate, create derivative works from, frame, mirror, republish, download, display, transmit, or distribute all or any portion of the Weavr Platform in any form or media or by any means; or
(ii) attempt to reverse compile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise reduce to human-perceivable form all or any part of the Weavr Platform; or
(iii) access all or any part of the Weavr Platform in order to build a product or service which competes with the Weavr Platform; or
(iv) attempt to obtain, or assist third parties in obtaining, access to the Weavr Platform.
You shall use all reasonable endeavours to prevent any unauthorised access to, or use of, the Weavr Platform and, in the event of any such unauthorised access or use, promptly notify us.
In order for you to be able to use the Solution, the Weavr Services and Payment Services you may need your employees, officers, operatives and agents to access the Weavr Platform. Where we grant such access these individuals will be deemed to be authorised for the purposes of this Agreement and your agreements with the Application Provider and Payment Services Provider(s) and will be “Authorised Users”. You undertake that your Authorised Users shall only access the Weavr Platform for these purposes and shall keep secure any password or other security device provided for such access. You shall be liable for the acts and omissions of your Authorised Users as if they were your own and we may bloke their access at any time if we believe that any of the terms of this Agreement or the Payment Services Agreement(s) has been or may be breached.
We may suspend or terminate your access to the Weavr Platform at any time and for any reason, including but not limited to:
(a) you failing to use the Weavr Platform for the stated purpose;
(b) you failing to comply with any of these terms or any reasonable instruction we may issue;
(c) you withholding information which can reasonable be considered to be relevant in our granting you access to the Weavr Platform;
(d) your usage generating system loads that result in material negative impact on the performance of the Weavr Platform.
You have the right to:
Request access to your personal data (commonly known as a "data subject access request"). This enables you to receive a copy of the personal data we hold about you and to check that we are lawfully processing it.
Request correction of the personal data that we hold about you. This enables you to have any incomplete or inaccurate data we hold about you corrected, though we may need to verify the accuracy of the new data you provide to us.
Request erasure of your personal data. This enables you to ask us to delete or remove personal data where there is no good reason for us continuing to process it. You also have the right to ask us to delete or remove your personal data where you have successfully exercised your right to object to processing (see below), where we may have processed your information unlawfully or where we are required to erase your personal data to comply with local law. Note, however, that we may not always be able to comply with your request of erasure for specific legal reasons which will be notified to you, if applicable, at the time of your request.
Object to processing of your personal data where we are relying on a legitimate interest (or those of a third party) and there is something about your particular situation which makes you want to object to processing on this ground as you feel it impacts on your fundamental rights and freedoms. You also have the right to object where we are processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes. In some cases, we may demonstrate that we have compelling legitimate grounds to process your information which override your rights and freedoms.
Request restriction of processing of your personal data. This enables you to ask us to suspend the processing of your personal data in the following scenarios:
If you want us to establish the data's accuracy.
Where our use of the data is unlawful but you do not want us to erase it.
Where you need us to hold the data even if we no longer require it as you need it to establish, exercise or defend legal claims.
You have objected to our use of Your Data but we need to verify whether we have overriding legitimate grounds to use it.
Request the transfer of your personal data to you or to a third party. We will provide to you, or a third party you have chosen, your personal data in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format. Note that this right only applies to automated information which you initially provided consent for us to use or where we used the information to perform a contract with you.
Withdraw consent at any time where we are relying on consent to process your personal data. However, this will not affect the lawfulness of any processing carried out before you withdraw your consent. If you withdraw your consent, we may not be able to provide certain products or services to you. We will advise you if this is the case at the time you withdraw your consent.
No fee usually required
You will not have to pay a fee to access your personal data (or to exercise any of the other rights). However, we may charge a reasonable fee if your request is clearly unfounded, repetitive or excessive. Alternatively, we could refuse to comply with your request in these circumstances.
What we may need from you
We may need to request specific information from you to help us confirm your identity and ensure your right to access your personal data (or to exercise any of your other rights). This is a security measure to ensure that personal data is not disclosed to any person who has no right to receive it. We may also contact you to ask you for further information in relation to your request to speed up our response.
Time limit to respond
We try to respond to all legitimate requests within one month. Occasionally it could take us longer than a month if your request is particularly complex or you have made a number of requests. In this case, we will notify you and keep you updated.
If you have any questions about this our use of your personal data please contact us in the following ways:
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal address: Paystratus Group Ltd, Kemp House 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX UK
You have the right to make a complaint at any time to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), the UK supervisory authority for data protection issues (www.ico.org.uk). We would, however, appreciate the chance to deal with your concerns before you approach the ICO so please contact us in the first instance.
Access to the Weavr Services is provided “as is” and we give no warranty that the access will be continuous and uninterrupted. We use our reasonable commercial endeavours to provide the Weavr Services 24/7 but shall not be liable to you or any third party if we are unable to achieve this.
We shall not be liable to you in relation to any loss you suffer from your use of the Weavr Services, the Payment Services or the Solution including but not limited to any loss of profits, loss of sales or business, loss of agreements or contracts, loss of anticipated savings, loss of use or corruption of software, data or information, loss of or damage to goodwill or indirect or consequential loss.
Intellectual Property Rights
You and we acknowledge that:
(i) all Intellectual Property Rights in Your Non-Personal Data are and will remain your property or the property of your licensors, as the case may be; and
(ii) all Intellectual Property Rights in Our Data are and will remain our property or the property of our licensors, as the case may be;
(iii) we shall have no rights in or to Your Non-Personal Data other than the right to use it for the Business Purpose in accordance with this agreement; and
(iv) you shall have no rights in or to Our Data other than a non-exclusive, royalty-free, personal, non-assignable, non-sub-licensable licence (co-terminous with this agreement) to process Processed Data for the Business Purpose in accordance with this Agreement.
You assign to us, and shall assign to us, all your Intellectual Property Rights in any Processed Non-Personal Data we may create under this Agreement, by way of future assignment
You will pay us the fees together with any VAT described for each Service you subscribe for or purchase in accordance with these Terms (the “Fees”).
We reserve the right to change the Fees or applicable charges and to institute new charges and Fees at the end of the Service Term (defined below) or then‑current renewal term upon prior notice to you, which may be sent by email.
We offer a free tier of services and we will clearly notify you when you must pay any fees for the provision of specific services.
For subscriptions or purchases made on the Platform, payment is due on the terms applicable to that subscription or purchase as displayed at the point of purchase. For purchases that are invoiced by Ben, payment is due on the invoice date. Unpaid amounts may result in termination of Service. You will be responsible for all taxes associated with your use of Services that are attributable or due by you. If an applicable tax authority requires us to pay any taxes that should have been payable by you, we will advise you in writing, and you will promptly reimburse us for the amounts paid.
If your use of the Services requires the payment of additional fees, you agree to pay the additional fees in the manner provided herein. This may happen where you unlock certain modules.
For card specific services, our typical fees are:
Cost per month per active card (card with balance greater than £0) = £4
Load funds into account (deposit) = £0
Card Purchase = £0
Forex Fee = 0%
Charge Back Processing = £35.00
Dormancy (if no transactions are completed in a month) = £0