Terms and Conditions

These are the terms and conditions of the contract between you and VC Experience Limited (VCEXP) governing your use of your payment source account for a continuous (CPA)  payment authority and the VENNCOMM Services, which we call our user agreement.

 

If you are an individual, you must be at least 18 years old and have full legal capacity to enter into a contract to open a VENNCOMM account and use our services. If you are a business, the business must be registered in the UK.

CPA, is when a regular payment is taken by a company from your debit card or credit card. We use a continuous payment authority to collect the payment from your debit card. 

 

We will send you a reminder one day before your payment is due and the amount that we will be collecting from your card. If our attempt to collect the payment fails we will notify you of this failure and will let you know that we will be making another attempt to collect the amount due on the following day. 

 

You have the right to cancel your CPA at any point in time. You can notify us of your wish to cancel the CPA by phone or email. 

 

A Continuous Payment Authority (CPA) is an authorisation provided by you (The Customer) that permits the merchant (Us) to take payments from you by either debit or credit card. These payments will remain in force until the customer cancels the arrangement. By opening and using a account, you agree to comply with all of the terms and conditions of our user agreement. We may revise this user agreement from time to time. The revised version will be effective at the time we post it, unless otherwise noted. If our changes reduce your rights or increase your responsibilities we will post a notice on the Policy Updates page of our website and provide notice to you of at least One month.

 

 By continuing to use our services after any changes to this user agreement take effect, you agree to be bound by those changes. If you do not agree with any changes, you may close your account before the changes take effect.