Infologik Ltd t/a wedo accounting Business Consulting Services Agreement -Terms and Conditions for BBLS and CBILS Loans Applications Service

This Business Consulting Agreement herein referred to as the “Agreement” is entered into and deemed effective on the date that this agreement and it’s terms were accepted through the action of you (the Client) ticking of the ‘I have read and agree to the Infologik Ltd t/a wedo accounting Business Consulting Services Agreement -Terms and Conditions’ check box contained in the form entitled:

BBL/CBIL Loan Application’ and or Your ticking of the box “I have read and agree to the website terms and conditions”. [It is accepted by the Client that all Terms and Conditions contained within this agreement apply equally and in full to the Consultants provision of services in supporting either of Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) or Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme applications.]

By doing so you confirm you are authorized and acting on behalf of the company identified in the above mentioned form in the entry – ‘The name of your business as recorded at company house’ supported by the further entry on the above mentioned form for ‘Your companies registration number at the given registered address’ now referred to as the ‘Client’

BETWEEN the “Client”

And

Infologik  Ltd  t/a wedo accounting  with  its  principle place  of  business  located  at  Unit 11, Churchill Court, 58 Station Road, Harrow, HA2 7SA herein referred to as the “Consultant”;

WHEREBY IT IS AGREED as follows:

  1. Definitions

1.1 “Client” as defined and described above.

1.2 “Consultant” is the person or entity named above.

1.3 Masculine gender includes the feminine and singular includes the plural.

1.4 BBLS is Bounce Back Loan Scheme

1.5 CBILS is Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme

1.6 “The parties” are the Client and the Consultant

  1. Engagement & Commencement

2.1  The  Client  hereby  engages  the  Consultant  to  provide  and  perform  certain  services,

Herein   referred to   as   the “Consulting   Services” and the Consultant   hereby accepts engagement in accordance with the terms contained therein this Agreement that includes the contracted work, commencement, payment and agreed performance standards. All of which form part of the terms and conditions of this agreement and are equally enforceable and accepted as binding by the parties.

2.2 It is accepted by the parties that following the Clients advance payment of the Consultants Administration Fee the services will have commenced once the Consultant has responded to receipt of this payment by attempting to make contact with the Client by ways of either mail, telephone, email, SMS or social media. The Client acknowledges and accepts that they will not be entitled to a refund of the Administration Fee once the services have commenced

  1. The Consulting Services

Business Consulting Services Agreement – BBLS/CBILS Loans Application Service

3.1 The Consulting Services performed by the Consultant shall be limited to that of which pertains to the Consultant’s area of expertise to assistant on matters relating to the Client’s business as may be reasonably required by the Client.

3.2  The  Consulting  Services  pursuant  to  this  Agreement  are  solely  for  the  purposes  of advising, assisting and engaging with the Client in respect of aiding the creation of content with relevance to and subsequent completion of the Client’s application for business loan (specified as a Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) or Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) application for the Client’s business needs.

3.3 Completion is defined as when a business (BBLS or CBILS) loan application has been made with either a successful outcome and payment of the Consultant’s due contingent fee has occurred or when an unsuccessful business (BBLS/CBILS) loan application outcome has occurred.

3.4  The  Consulting  Services  strictly  for   purpose,  subject  to  clauses  3.1  and  3.2  of  this Agreement, are including but not limited  to the following:

conducting evaluation of the Client, the Client’s eligibility credentials, assessing relevant data for the application, discussion of application requirements, new business bank account opening support services*, provision of advice and guidance in the drafting and completion of BBLS or CBILS application, use of our knowledge and resources towards the end goal objective – the identification of a course of action/strategy for the purpose of making a BBLS or CBILS application including  making any necessary recommendations, compiling and presenting information,  verbally and in writing to support  the compilation and completion of the Client’s BBLS/CBILS loan application prior to its submission.

  1. Conditions of the performance of Consulting Services

4.1 All Consulting Services to be provided by the Consultant, subject to clauses 3.1- 3.4 of this Agreement, shall be performed conscientiously in a diligent, professional and faithful manner. The Consultant shall to that effect, devote his best efforts and abilities thereto, at such  time  during  the  term  thereof,  in  such  manner  as  the  Client   and  Consultant  shall mutually agree.

4.2 The Consultant shall perform his activities under the terms and conditions contained therein   this   Agreement   in    a   completely   independent   manner   and    under   its   sole responsibility.  The   Consultant acknowledges   and accepts   that the   Consulting Services pursuant to this Agreement shall not be provided to the Client through any other person other than the Consultant without prior written consent of the Client.

4.3 Both  the Client and  Consultant irrevocably warrant  that he shall  promptly exchange all such information, reports, materials, or otherwise, that either party may reasonably require as  necessary  in  connection with  any  matters  relating  to  the provision  of  the  Consulting Services or business of the Client subjected to the terms and conditions contained therein this Agreement.

4.4 The Client warrants that he shall not, at any time during the duration of the term of this Agreement, make or cause or permit to be made any false or misleading statement, which May cause delay in the completion of Consulting Services provided by the Consultant, and declares that the information provided to the Consultant and any supporting documents, information or otherwise is in every respect accurate and that the Consultant will rely on the truth and accuracy of this information.

4.5 The Client shall notify the Consultant of any changes in the information supplied on his application, which   occur either before   or after the   application is processed, which   is Pursuant to the necessary engagement between the parties in respect of the Consulting Services,

4.6 Without prejudice to its general obligation of proper performance of the Consulting Services, the Client acknowledges and accepts that the working methods of the Consultant Pursuant to the performance obligations contained therein this Agreement, shall be carried out:

  • in accordance with the Consultant’s own discretion in selecting the dates and times he performs the Consulting Services throughout the term of the Agreement with complete freedom and independence to organise its activities and shall only have to render any account of the specific Consulting Services accomplished under this Agreement, but shall not be required to account for his working methods.
  • with respect  to  acknowledge  and  accept  the  Consultant’s  ability  to  be  freely  to pursue its other business interests during the term of this Agreement, provided that such other   business interests   do not   interfere with   his ability   to provide the Consulting Services do not directly or indirectly compete with or are not detrimental to the interests of the Client and that he complies with the performance obligations pursuant to the terms and conditions contained therein this Agreement.

4.7 In any event whereby the either the Client or Consultant become aware of any matter that may in any way raise to a conflict of interest between the Client and the Consultant or any key person of either the Consultant or Client, the respective party shall notify the other Party of this immediately.

  1. Compensation and Administration Service Fees

5.1 The Client shall, in good faith, pay 1. The Consultant’s Administration Fee – payable in advance of the commencement of services and, 2. The Consultant’s conditional fee herein referred to as the “Contingent Fee” both due in consideration of the Consulting Services supplied by the Consultant to the Client.

5.2  The  Client shall  pay  the  Consultant  the  Contingent  Fee  strictly  in the  circumstances whereby the Client is rendered successful in Completion of his application for business loan for the Client’s business needs, and subsequently awarded a business loan in the form of a Monetary amount for these purposes.

5.3 For the purposes of this Agreement, the Contingent and Administration Service Fees shall be:

  • Loan Application and Support –  Administration Service Fee £99 (inclusive of VAT)
  • Loan Approved Fees – Contingency Fee of 5% of the total gross proceeds that shall arise from any loan sum agreed and paid by the financial body to the Client.

5.4 The Client accepts that should the Consultant provide the services of “new business bank account opening support services*”for the Client then the Contingent Fee becomes applicable and due on any receipt of loan funds for either a BBLS or CBILS application made to that bank.

5.5 The Client accepts that at a date no longer than 21 days after the submission of a new bank account application that has been aided in its creation by the Consultant, that the Client shall be obligated to provide copy communication from that bank that specifically serves to advise the Client as to whether their application for a BBLS or CBILS loan has been approved or denied. Should the Client fail to provide such authentic written form clarification on the status of the loan application then the Consultant’s Contingent Fee shall become immediately due for payment at 5% of the loan value established by the parties and acknowledged by prior email. In the event the Client maintains that either no BBLS or CBILS loan application was submitted or that no BBLS or CBILS loan had been received the Client accepts the right of the Consultant to bring its legal claim for proof of such to the courts of England and Wales.

5.6 The Client accepts that at a date no longer than 21 days after the submission of BBLS or CBILS loan application that has been aided in its creation by the Consultant, that the Client shall be obligated to provide copy communication from that bank that specifically serves to advise the Client as to whether their application for a BBLS or CBILS loan has been approved or denied. Should the Client fail to provide such authentic written form clarification on the status of the loan application then the Consultant’s Contingent Fee shall become immediately due for payment at 5% of the loan value established by the parties and acknowledged by prior email.

5.7  In  any  event  whereby it  materialises  that  the  Contingent  Fee  is  payable,  the  Client warrants  that the  Contingent  Fee will  be  paid to  the  Consultant within  14  calendar days upon receipt of the any sums that are paid by the financial body to the Client, and provided that the Consultant supplies the client with a valid tax invoice.

5.8 The Client acknowledges and accepts that should he fail to meet his liability in respect of his payment obligations, as and when they fall due, and defaults on any due Contingent Fee, then the company directors of the Client accept that they become personally, jointly and severally liable in respect of the Contingent Fee.

5.9 The Client acknowledges and accepts that should he fail to meet his liability in respect of his payment obligations, as and when they fall due, and defaults on any due Contingent Fee, the Client is obliged to make payment to the Consultant immediately.

5.10 The Consultant shall additionally reserve the right, at his sole discretion, to enforce and recover any   sums owed by   the Client through   appropriate debt   collection and court Proceedings should such action(s) be deemed necessary.

5.11 The Consultant maintains a statutory right under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations  2013  to  add  interest and  late  payment  compensation  on  all  overdue  debts at 8%. This currently stands at 8% above the Bank of England base rate, from the default date until payment of the Contingent Fee is recovered.

  1. Duration of Term and Termination of the Agreement

6.1 This Agreement shall commence on  the  Effective Date  and shall  continue in  full force and effect  until  completion  of  the   Consulting  Services.  The Client and Consultant may negotiate to extend the term of this Agreement and the terms and conditions under which the engagement shall continue.

6.2  An earlier  termination of  this  present Agreement  may  be effected  by either  party  by giving 30  calendar days  in written  notice to the  other party. This can only be affected if it occurs before a business loan application has been submitted.

6.3  In the  event  that   this  Agreement  is   terminated  after  the   commencement  of  the Consultant’s   provision   of   services   but before   the   Client’s   business   loan   application submission  or  before  the  outcome  of  an  application  is  known,  then  any  Work Product created or produced by the  Consultant cannot be used or included in any subsequent  Client business  loan  application   without  the  express  consent  of   the  Consultant,  who  will  be entitled to a fee of 5% of the business loan amount being applied for.

6.4 Any written notice of such termination provided  by one  party to the  other party  shall only  apply  in the  event  whereby  either  of the  parties  are  deemed  to commit  an  act  of omission amounting to material breach caused to the other party.

6.5 Material breach may include:

  • Any breach or violation of the terms contained therein the Agreement.
  • Any other breach that a party has failed to remedy within 30 calendar days after receipt of written notice by the other party.
  • Any act of gross negligence or wilful misconduct of a party.
  • Any act of fraud or dishonesty in connection with the Consulting Services.
  • Any act where the Client, Consultant or key person on behalf of the Client or Consultant alleges that he is an employee of the Client and vice-versa of the Consultant.

6.6 This Agreement shall automatically terminate without any notice or indemnity, should the following materialise:

  • the death or physical or mental incapacity of the either the Client or Consultant  or any key  person performing  the Consulting  Services on  its behalf, which  as a  result, the  Consultant or  such  key  person  is unable  to  continue  the performance  of  the Consulting  Services.
  • the insolvency, liquidation or bankruptcy of either the Client or Consultant party.

6.7  Upon the  termination of  this  Agreement for  any  reason that  the  Client requests,  the Consultant shall return all tangible confidential information and deliver any property of the Client,   including but   not  limited   to,   computer,  laptops,   personal   management  tools, materials, memoranda,  notes, records, reports  or otherwise that  has been supplied  by the Client in connection with and or furtherance of the Consultant’s services within a reasonable time.

6.8 Upon the effective date of termination of this Agreement, all legal obligations, rights and duties  arising  out of  this  Agreement  shall termination,  except  for  such  legal obligations, rights and duties as  shall have accrued prior to the effective  date of termination and except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement.

  1. Confidentiality

7.1  The  Consultant  acknowledges  that  during  the  term  of  this  Agreement,  confidential information may be exchanged between the Client and Consultant.

The Consultant hereby warrants that he shall not:

  • disclose to any  third-parties any  secret  and confidential  information regarding  the Client, which is  including but  not  limited to,  the  Client’s business  plans,  methods, techniques, business, equipment, pricing, strategy, customer, information, competitors, partners or otherwise.
  • make copies of any confidential information or any content based on the concepts contained within the confidential information for personal use or for distribution or otherwise.
  • use any  of  the  confidential  information  or  any  concepts  based  on  the  concepts contained within  the confidential information  other than  solely for the  purposes of this Agreement.

7.3 The Consultant shall keep, and at all times, during the term of this Agreement and upon its termination, in secret and confidential all confidential information, and any part thereof.

7.4  The  Consultant warrants  that  he  will  not use,  distribute,  disclose,  make  available or otherwise any  of the  confidential information  to any  third-party without  the prior  written consent of the  Client, except and  to the extent as  may be necessary  in the ordinary course of performing the Consulting Services pertaining  to the Consultant and except to any extent that  may  be   required  under  any  applicable  law,   regulation  or  required  by   a  court  of competent jurisdiction.

  1. Intellectual Property Rights in the Consulting Services

8.1 The “Intellectual Property Rights” mean any rights that are including, but not limited to, copyright,  trademark,  design  rights, patents,  database  rights, moral  rights,  and  rights  in know-how, confidential information and  inventions and other intellectual property rights  of a similar  or  corresponding character  whenever and  however  arising and  all renewals and extensions of such rights which may or in the future subsist.

8.2 The “Work Product” shall mean any works that are created and or produced pursuant to this Agreement, and where the Consultant, at any time during the term of this Agreement, acts in the provision of the services to the Completion and the submission of a business loan application.  Any  Work  Product  shall  also  include  any  works  created  but  unused  or  not included in the client’s submitted business loan application.

8.3  The Client  acknowledges,  accepts  and hereby  warrants  he  shall only  hold  or  claim a limited right in  and to any  right, title and interest  in and to any  Intellectual Property Rights and/or Work  Product that  arise solely  and strictly  in the  creation,  completion, submission and Completion of the business loan application.

8.4 The Client acknowledges, accepts and hereby warrants that he shall not hold or claim any  rights  whatsoever  in  and  to  any  right,  title  and  interest  in  and  to  any  Intellectual Property and/or Work Product, which falls outside of clause 8.3 and shall not hold or claim any right,  title  and interest  in any  Work Product  that  may form  part of  the “Consultant’s Works” whether within or outside of completed business loan application submitted.

8.5  The “Consultant’s  Works”  shall  mean  any form  of  work  produced by  the  Consultant during the  Term  of this  Agreement that  is including  but not  limited to,  including, but  not limited to  any and  all information, notes,  material, drawings,  records, diagrams,  formulae, processes,  technology, firmware,  software,  know-how, designs,  inventions,  discoveries  or any other written,   printed,  or   tangible   materials   in  the   Client’s  and/or   Consultant’s possession subject to the Consultancy Services provided set forth in this agreement.

8.6 The Client shall waive any moral rights in the Consultant’s Works to which he/she is now or may at any future time be entitled under Chapter IV of the  Copyright Designs and Patents Act  1988   or  any   similar  provisions   or  law  in   any  jurisdiction,   including  (but   without limitation)  the  right  to   be  identified,  the  right   of  integrity  and  the  right   against  false attribution, and  agrees not to  institute, support, maintain  or permit  any action to  claim to the  effect  that  any  treatment,  exploitation  or  use  of  such Consultant’s  Works  or  other materials infringes the Consultant’s moral rights.

8.7 The Client warrants that he has not given and will not give permission to any third- party to  use any  of  the  Consultant’s  Works, nor  any  of  the Intellectual  Property  Rights  in the Consultant’s Works, without the Consultant’s express written consent.

8.8  The  Client  declares that  he  is  unaware  of  any  use by  any  third-party  of  any  of  the Consultant’s Works or Intellectual Property Rights in the Consultant’s Works.

  1. Data Protection

9.1 The Client  hereby authorises  the Consultant  to act  as an  intermediary to  assist in  the processing,  completion   and  any   other  necessary  engagement   strictly  pursuant   to  the Client’s application for a publicly funded loan for the Client’s relevant business needs.

9.2 The Client acknowledges and accepts that  in order for  the Consultant  to discharge  the said Consulting Services under this Agreement and for purposes whereby the Consultant has a legitimate business interest, it is necessary for the Consultant to obtain, process, store and disclose  personal information  about  the Client  in compliance  with  the (UK)  General  Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679.

9.3  In  order  for  the   Consultant  to  carry  out  the  said   Consultancy  Services,  it  may  be necessary  for  the Consultant  to  disclose  the  Client’s  personal  information to  third-party agencies, regulatory  bodies, and/or  a court  of competent  jurisdiction where  the  company are required to do so.

9.4  The  Client  acknowledges  that  under  s.330  of  the  Proceeds  of  Crime  Act  2002,  the Consultant  has  a  statutory  duty  to  report  directly  to  the  National  Criminal  Intelligence Service  (NCIS)  without  the  Client’s  prior  consent,  should  the  Consultant  know,  or  have reasonable cause to  suspect, that the  Client or anyone connected  to the Client  are or have been involved in money laundering.

9.5   With respect   of   clause   10.4  of   this   Agreement,   the  Client   waives   his   right  to confidentiality  to   the  extent   of  any  report   made,  document   provided  or   information disclosed to the NCIS.

  1. Indemnification and Limitation of Liability

10.1  The  Client  shall  agree  to  hold  harmless  and  indemnify the  Consultant  against  any misrepresentation  (intentional or  unintentional)  supplied  to the  company  directly  and/or indirectly, verbally, in writing or otherwise.

10.2  The   Client  acknowledges,   accepts  and  warrants   that  the   Consultant  will  not   be responsible or liable  for any loss, damage or expense  incurred if the information  relating to the  financial  and  business  affairs  or otherwise  of  the  Client  are  withheld,  concealed  or omitted at  any point during the  term of this  Agreement. This shall also apply to all parties, including any third-parties connected in any way to the Client.

10.3 With respect to clause 10.2 of this Agreement, the Client therefore declares that any information provided to the Consultant is accurate in every respect and that the Consultant will rely   on the   truth and   accuracy   of this   information.  The   Consultant  will   not  be responsible  for any  interest,  penalties,  losses, additional  tax  liabilities,  criminal sanctions imposed or otherwise that  may arise due to any omissions  of any persons connected to the Client or any incomplete, misleading, false  or any other information that result in any of the above eventualities.

10.4  The  Client  understands  that neither  the  engagement  between  the  parties  nor  this Agreement are intended to and shall not be deemed to construe any guarantee, or form otherwise, by the Consultant as to the outcome of the Client’s application. If the outcome of the Client’s application is rendered unsuccessful, the Client agrees that he  shall not  bring any  claim  in respect  of  compensation  for  loss,  damage,  expenses incurred  or  otherwise against the Consultant for any failure of any such outcome of any application.

10.5  The Client  is aware  that  it is  an  offence to  deliberately provide  the  Consultant with false,  misleading or  inaccurate information  in  connection with  the Consulting  Services.  In the  event such  transpires,  the  Client understands  that  he  may face  criminal  prosecution under  the Money Laundering  Regulations  Act  2003,  and/or  Fraud Act  2006,  and/or  civil action for the recovery of any losses incurred.

10.6  The  Client  acknowledges and  accepts  that  the  Consultant  shall  not be  held  in  any manner  whatsoever  liable  for the  completeness,  accuracy  and  timeliness  of  the  Client’s application for a business loan for  the Client’s relevant business needs, should the Client fail to supply  to   the   Consultant   with  accurate   information,   documents   or  any   relevant information otherwise.

10.7 The Client hereby agrees to indemnify the  Consultant against all costs,  claims, actions, demands, penalties and  liabilities in respect of  or arising in connection with  any intentional and  conscious or  reckless disregard  by  the Client  of his  duties  or responsibilities  and any negligent or other wrongful act or omission by the Client.

  1. Miscellaneous Provisions

11.1 Construction of Terms and Severability

11.2 Although the restrictions contained in this Agreement are considered by the parties to be  reasonable for  the purpose  of the  performance of  the Consulting Services, if any   such   restriction    is found by a court of competent  jurisdiction to be unenforceable, such  provision will  be modified,  rewritten or  interpreted to  include as much of its nature and scope as will render it enforceable.

11.3 If it cannot be so modified, rewritten or interpreted to be enforceable in any respect, it will not be given effect, and the remainder of the Agreement will be enforced as if such provision was not included.

11.4 Third-Party Rights: The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 will not apply to this Agreement and

  • any third party, not party to this Agreement, will have any right to enforce or rely on any provisions of this Agreement.
  • Waiver of Breach: Any failure of either party to exercise or enforce the other party’s strict performance of  any  provision  of  this  Agreement  shall  not  constitute   a  waiver  of  its  right  to subsequently enforce  such provision  or any  other provision  of this  Agreement, nor shall it constitute  a waiver of that or any  other right or remedy, nor  shall it preclude or restrict any further exercise of that or any other right or remedy.
  • No single or partial exercise of any right or remedy provided under this Agreement or by law shall preclude or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy.
  1. Assignment:

Except as otherwise agreed, this Agreement is personal in nature, and neither party

  • may not directly or indirectly assign, transfer, sub-contract it or deal in any way with such,  by  operation of  law  or  otherwise  without  the prior  written  consent  of  the other party, which consent will not be unreasonably withheld.

13 Governing Law and Jurisdiction:

  • This Agreement, any  dispute or  claim  arising out  of or  in  connection with  it or its subject matter  or formation  (including non-contractual  disputes  or claims)  shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law.
  • Each party  irrevocably  agrees   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  this Agreement  or  its subject  matter  or formation  (including  non-contractual disputes or claims).
  1. Entire Agreement and Variation:
  1. This Agreement  states  the  entire  Agreement  between  the  Client and  Consultant supersedes all prior  discussions,  arrangements  or  agreements, understandings,  or representations with respect thereto that may have prior taken place.
  2. Each party agrees that it shall have no remedies in respect of any representation or Warranty (whether made innocently or negligently) that is not set out in this Agreement.
  3.  Each party agrees that its only liability in respect of those representations and Warranties that are set out in this agreement (whether made innocently or Negligently) shall be for breach of contract.
  4. No variation of this Agreement shall be effective unless it is recorded in writing and Signed by or on behalf of each of the parties.

new business bank account opening support services* – Supplementary Applicable Terms and Conditions

Where we provide banking services as detailed above for Client or Client Company the following shall apply:

  1. Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting is acting only as intermediary in relation to provision of banking facilities whether as part of Company Formation Services or on a personal basis. The Client accepts that Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting makes no guarantee of being able to arrange such facilities and accepts that the arrangement of the same is subject to status and entirely at the discretion of the bank or other financial institution to whom introduced. The Client accepts that where Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting has used reasonable endeavours to arrange banking but the Client has been rejected by the bank for any reason whatsoever then Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting shall be deemed to have provided the Service in relation to banking to the full satisfaction of the Client. For the purpose of this clause submission to two banks shall constitute reasonable endeavours.
  2. For the avoidance of doubt, banking, bank or banking services or facilities shall refer to main –stream High Street or Private Banks, Electronic Money Institutions or such other financial institutions to whom we introduce the Client to.
  3. Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting is not a bank nor does it purport to be a bank or a provider of banking services.
  4. The Client accepts that any banking or card service and the use thereof ultimately provided to the Client by a bank or other financial institution will be subject to the terms and conditions of the bank or financial institution providing the bank account or card and the Client further accepts that Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting makes no representation to the Client as to the terms and conditions which may be applied by any bank or other financial institution.
  5. The client hereby accepts that they have been advised to read and make themselves aware of the terms and conditions applied by any bank or other financial institution offering them a service and only to accept that offer of service if they are agreeable to operating any bank account or card in accordance with the terms and conditions being applied by the bank or other financial institution.
  6. The operating and initial or other funding of opened accounts is entirely the Client’s responsibility and Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting shall not be responsible for or involved in same.
  7. Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting will not be responsible or liable for any loss, damage or expense incurred if information relating to the financial affairs of the Client are withheld, concealed or omitted from us during the course of our service. This applies to all parties, including 3rd parties, connected in any way to the client.
  8. Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting will not be liable to you for any delay or failure to perform the services regardless of whether such delay or failure is due to its own inability or if the delay or failure is caused by the Client’s failure or by circumstances outside of either party’s control.
  9. Infologik Limited trading as wedo accounting observes all requirements of The Data Protection Act 2018 in General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).