You Can Make Agreements With Your Customer

Your lenders rely on the accuracy of the documents your trader produces during the financing process. If false information is provided, the lender may attempt to make your dealer liable for losses if the customer is late with the loan. The risk is not worth it. 8.7 Delays in payment, no access, termination. Shore is entitled, after maturity, to a late interest equal to the current statutory interest rate. If the customer is late in payment, Shore may temporarily suspend access to the services provided, in whole or in part, until full payment, provided Shore has issued a warning and granted a reasonable additional period of time that has not been successful. During the blockage, the customer does not have access to the data stored at Shore. If the client is late in paying the compensation or a substantial portion of the compensation for two months or, alternatively, over a period of more than two calendar months equal to twice the monthly service fee, Shore is authorized to terminate the contract after extraordinary termination. No wonder “incidental agreements” are a bad idea. Generally, employees doing these businesses think that loans are “low risk,” but they are not. Employees will often attempt to document the “incidental agreement” in writing, so that there is an enforceable contract between the merchant and the customer, but these “incidental agreements” may not correspond to the “truth in the granting of credits” – federal requirements. Regardless of this, your dealer certainly does not want to be able to play the collection role if one of these customers does not pay his credit. Most of the time, these customers disappear and avoid any collection effort.

The dealer loses money. 15.1 Shore and the client undertake to protect, without limitation in time, all information, data and documents on which they have access before and in the course of the performance of the contract and which have been classified as confidential or confidential depending on the circumstances of their disclosure or content, including all recordings and copies drawn up for this purpose and the present contract (collectively “Confidential Information”) in which they process their own confidential information or , at the very least, in complete confidentiality, with the due diligence of a savvy merchant. Disclosure of information to third parties is only permitted if it is necessary for the exercise of rights or the performance of the contract and these third parties are subject to confidentiality obligations broadly similar to those set out in this document. Square Contracts only provides templates that allow you to create your own contract. Square does not offer legal advice and we do not guarantee or advise that a contract is appropriate for your purpose or applicable in a jurisdiction. Square makes these models available to people who prepare their own contract documents for private use. If you need legal advice regarding the accuracy, sufficiency or applicability of certain contractual terms, you should contact a licensed lawyer. 10.1 Customer data. (ii) final customer data that is transmitted (i) by the customer to Shore (. B for example, e-mail, name, address and other information), (ii) are provided for importation by the customer to Shore (for example.

B data exports from other systems) and (iii) generated by shore services (z.B. Reservation requests, dates or chat content) (common ” customer data “) corresponds to the customer.

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