(Hereinafter referred to as “the Company”)
ATTENTION: If the Proprietor is a consumer for the purposes of the Consumer Protection Act (“CPA”) then, in terms of section 49 of Act 2008 the Proprietor’s attention is drawn to the clauses in this Agreement that contain a limitation of the risk or liability of the Company, or constitutes an assumption of risk or liability by the Proprietor, or an indemnification of the Company. These clauses are highlighted and underlined for clarity.
In the event that a Consumer disputes a payment with their bank, the Company will be required to demonstrate proof to the banks involved that the payment was warranted, and services or products paid for were supplied to the Consumer. The Company will, to the extent that it is reasonably possible, work with the Proprietor and Consumer to avoid any charge backs being processed, but should a charge be reversed by the bank, the Proprietor will be required to refund the Company, whether they believe they are at fault or not. Any amounts due to the Company will either be deducted from any amounts owed to the Proprietor, or should insufficient funds be available for this purpose, an invoice will be issued to the Proprietor and such invoice shall be payable on presentation.