Following an initial discussion face-to-face, via phone, Skype or email; clients will be invoiced and made aware of the terms and conditions of service. Payment of the invoice constitutes an acceptance of the terms and conditions and work will commence thereafter.
Clients will be invoiced monthly upfront based on predetermined packages.
Clients will be invoiced a minimum charge of 1 hour of service. Clients will be consulted before additional costs (not already outlined in the invoice) are incurred. Once approved by the client, these will be invoiced accordingly. Sosocii is not registered for GST and therefore does not charge GST on services provided. Urgent work, with a deadline of less than 24 hours, may incur a 25% surcharge and discussed prior to commencement of work. Sosocii reserves the right to revise a quotation should the client change their mind regarding work requirements after work has commenced
Sosocii reserves the right to adjust rates without notice. In the event that rates are adjusted, this will not impact work already in progress and will apply to all invoices that follow.
Payment is due 7 days from invoice date. Payment may be made by Bank Transfer (Preferred method – bank details are provided on the invoice)
All reasonable steps will be taken to protect information from misuse and unauthorised access. All reasonable steps will be taken to protect software from corruption. Sosocii cannot be held responsible for any loss, damage, theft etc of data. Sosocii will not accept liability for any loss or damage sustained by the Client as a result of software viruses or data corruption. The Client is responsible for carrying out its own virus checks and scanning.
Sosocii is engaged as an independent professional contractor and will not be construed in any event as being an employee of the Client and work efforts will not be under the supervision or control of the Client. As an independent contractor, Sosocii is not restricted to working exclusively for any one client. Contracts may be cancelled by either party upon giving seven (7) days notice in writing to the other party. All work carried out shall be considered made-for-hire under the Copyright Act, and at all stages remain the sole and exclusive property of the Client. Sosocii will accept no liability whatsoever for any detriment to the Client’s business, perceived or actual, resulting from any activities or works carried out by Sosocii. Sosocii is not responsible for the end use of any document produced or edited by us. The Client is solely responsible for its appropriate use, including abiding by any copyright requirements, plagiarism laws and publishing requirements. Sosocii is not responsible for the content of any document supplied to them. Sosocii will assume no responsibility for any plagiarised material supplied by a Client and reserves the right to return work should they become aware of such inappropriate use.
You must periodically review these terms and conditions to ensure you know of any changes.
Last updated: 28th June 2017