Banjo reserves the sole right to determine your eligibility for access, the extent of your access, and the level of information or services available to you via the Site or parts of the Site. Banjo may suspend or terminate your access to or use of the Site (or any part of the Site or functionality within it) at any time for any reason.
Parts of this Site has social media functionality. In addition, Banjo has a number of social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn accounts. Any social media site that is provided by a third party (for example Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, blogs and forums) is subject to the relevant 3rd party provider’s terms and conditions (even if you access that site via any link from this Site).
Banjo encourages you to participate in any social media. If you do participate in any social media, you do so under these terms. Without limiting any other provision in these terms you must:
Banjo may remove any content submitted by you which Banjo (in its absolute discretion) considers in breach of these terms. While Banjo will monitor the content submitted on any of its social media sites, it may not monitor all content at all times. Accordingly, you should notify Banjo of any inappropriate content and you should ignore any content that may be offensive to you until it is removed by Banjo.
You acknowledge that Banjo owns any content submitted by you.
Without limiting any other provision in these terms, Banjo disclaims all liability, is not responsible for, and does not endorse any content submitted by any user on a social media site (even if Banjo does not remove that content). In addition, any content submitted by Banjo or any of its personnel is subject to any disclaimers in these terms (including under clause 8) and is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice provided by an appropriately qualified professional.
Banjo may send you electronic communications which relate to your use of the Site or other information that may be of interest to you as a visitor of the Site, including information relating to Banjo’s other products and services. As a condition of your registration for use of this Site, you consent to receive commercial electronic messages from Banjo using your email address or the messaging system within the Site. You may withdraw your consent at any time, but this may disable your access to any secure areas of the Site. Please contact Banjo if you wish to disable (or re-enable) your access to any part of the Site.
Despite your consent to electronic communications, Banjo reserves the right to communicate with you, or require you to communicate with Banjo, in person, by post or fax in order for Banjo to meet its legal obligations, or where Banjo considers electronic communication to be impracticable, inadequate or inappropriate.
A.1.1. Security of this Site generally
While Banjo uses reasonable endeavours to implement security controls and prevent unauthorised access to, or use of, the Site, you acknowledge that the internet is an insecure public network where there is a risk that your use of, and interactions with, this Site may be viewed, intercepted or modified by third parties and that this Site and any information on this Site may contain Harmful Code.
To the extent permitted by law, Banjo does not guarantee that there will not be, or accept any liability for, any Harmful Code on the Site or a breach of security by a third party or any interference with or damage to your computer system, software or data occurring in connection with or relating to this Site.
A.1.2. Login ID and password
Access to parts of the Site may be controlled using a login ID and password. You must keep your login ID and password (or any other access code) secure at all times and change your password regularly as you are responsible for any action performed on the Site using your login ID (which will be assumed to be actions by you). If you think someone else may know your password, you should change your password immediately. Banjo and other users of this Site will never ask you for your login ID or password (if anyone does please let Banjo know).
A.1.3. Basic online security – your obligations
While you are ultimately responsible for your own online security, Banjo recommends that you:
A.1.1. Ownership of data and other Intellectual Property
A.1.2. Intellectual Property Licences
A.1.3. Use of Banjo’s trademarks and related IP
You agree not to use the name, trade name, service marks, trademarks, trade dress or logo of Banjo (or its related parties, suppliers or licensors) (Branding) in publicity releases, advertising, promotional materials, direct mail, seminars, on your web site, or in other communications without the express prior written consent of Banjo. All uses of Branding will inure to the benefit of the owner of such logos, trademarks, trade names and/or other branding devices.
A.1.4. Linking to this Site
A.1.2. Reference material
The materials on this Site have been provided for general information only. While Banjo has used reasonable endeavours to ensure the quality of the information:
A.1.3. Links to 3rd party sites
This Site contains links to other 3rd party services and sites which are not under the control of Banjo. Those links are only provided for your convenience and:
A.1.4. Changes to this Site
Banjo may, in its absolute discretion, make changes to any part of this Site or any content on it (subject to express right set out in these terms) without your consent or providing notice to you.
A.1.5. Banjo’s related parties, personnel, suppliers and contractors
Each disclaimer is given on behalf of, and each indemnity, waiver, exclusion or limitation of liability is held for the benefit of, Banjo, Banjo’s related bodies corporate, licensors and contractors (and each of their officers, employees, agents and contractors).
If you have any questions or complaints about this Site or our services, please contact email@example.com. We will consider and respond to your complaint promptly. If you are not satisfied with our response, please contact us again.
If you are still not satisfied with our response, you may be able to lodge complaints with other bodies such as: