Cheq acknowledges that Assembly will provide to Cheq, services for the collection of the transaction proceeds (net of platform fees payable to the Customer) in respect of a Transaction or Transactions. By selling services on http://www.cheq.com.au, Cheq agrees to Assembly collecting personal information from the customer, or from the financial institution involved in the Transaction, in order to provide Cheq with services. If the personal information is not provided, Assembly may not be able to collect the transaction proceeds for Cheq.
Assembly may disclose Cheq’s customers personal information to a service provider to verify Cheq’s customer identity or to enable Assembly to provide the services. The disclosure to service providers may include those located overseas or who may host or access your personal information overseas.
The countries we may transfer, disclose or store Cheq’s cutomers personal information to are: the United States of America, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Philippines and Singapore. Where information is transferred, disclosed or stored overseas, Assembly will seek to ensure the recipient has security systems to prevent misuse, loss or unauthorized disclosure in line with Australian laws.
Assembly may also use Cheq’s customers personal information for other purposes such as marketing and promotion of our products and services, market research and development, customer communications and surveys, direct marketing, and creation of statistical information and data analytics. If Cheq’s customers wishes to opt-out of receiving direct marketing, Cheq’s Customers may contact Assembly at firstname.lastname@example.org
By selling services on http://www.cheq.com.au, the Seller also agrees to be bound by Assembly’s User Agreement which is located here.
Please fully read Assembly’s User Agreement and in particular, note that Assembly or any of its representatives are not liable for any refunds or reversals of any Transactions and are not liable to Cheq for any Losses (as that term is defined in Assembly’s User Agreement) arising out of or in connection with Cheq use of Assembly’s services.
If Assembly’s disclaimer of liability is not enforceable for any reason, then, Assembly’s maximum aggregate liability arising from or relating to any claim (or series of related claims) arising out of or in connection with Assembly’s services to Cheq shall not exceed the aggregate mount of 100% of the Fees (as that term is defined in Assembly’s User Agreement) received in relation to Cheq’s Transactions during the 12 month the period preceding the date such claim(s) is/are made. In no event shall Assembly be liable for any lost profits, data, or any indirect,punitive, incidental, special, on sequential, or exemplary damages arising out of, in connection with, or relating to the services.