Terms and Disclaimers

To use Automatic Payments, you will be required to set up Terms and Disclaimers.

What are Terms and Disclaimers?

Your customers will be asked to confirm acceptance of these Terms whenever they interact with Wise-Pay - such as when they make or schedule a payment, or authorise for their card or bank details to be kept on file (with whichever of the PCI compliant providers you have nominated to process your payments). Wise-Pay allows you to configure your Terms & Disclaimers for each item to be very basic, simply getting your customers to click to confirm the Terms and Disclaims they have already agreed to as part of their MSP or ACH/DDR agreement, or you can have your business's entire Terms and Disclaimers displayed again for yours clients to acknowledge.  For example, you could copy and paste the whole of IntegraPay's DDR / ACH Service Agreement.

How are Terms and Disclaimers configured?

To learn about Terms and Disclaimers configuration, see Configure Terms & Disclaimers

What do I need to do?

You should ensure you are adhering to all applicable laws relating to trading, the sale of goods and / or services in your jurisdiction, and complying with documentation requirements relating to the use of contracts or agreements for future reference. During your Wise-Pay Onboarding, the team configured basic Terms and Disclaimers, however it is strongly recommended to go back and review / update these terms and disclaimers.

Important:

These disclaimers are provided AS-IS they have not been drafted by legal counsel and should be utilized at your own risk and upon your own accord. Wise-Sync provides no warranty that these terms and disclaimers will provide sufficient basis should these be challenged in a court of law or any other legal proceedings. It is your responsibility to ensure that they are compliant with any local, state or federal laws. Ensure you are adhering to all applicable laws relating to trading, the sale of goods and / or services in your jurisdiction, and complying with documentation requirements relating to the use of contracts or agreements for future reference.

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