Terms & Conditions
These terms and conditions apply to clients of the Creative Content By Kelsey services.
- Client – a person, company or organization that pays for service from Creative Content By Kelsey
- Product(s) and Services – any written content from Creative Content By Kelsey
- Service Provider – Creative Content By Kelsey
- Website – http://creativecontentbykelsey.com
REQUESTING A QUOTE
Requesting a quote for services does NOT obligate the client or service to provide or receive services. It’s simply an inquiry for more information.
A service agreement/contract will be issued to protect both the client and service provider. The price, timeline, and details of the service provided will be outlined clearly in the contract.
Creative Content By Kelsey invoices weekly. Payment by The Client is required within 7 (seven) days of receipt of invoice from Creative Content. Invoices are issued through PayPal. However, you do NOT need a PayPal account to complete payment.
Once the invoice is paid, the service agreement is fully active. The delivery of service and product will follow the timeline stipulated in the service agreement.
Creative Content By Kelsey agrees not to misuse or disclose any confidential information that may be made available by The Client.
Creative Content By Kelsey, makes every effort to maintain the highest possible work standards, however, cannot accept responsibility for any loss, expense or liability of any kind incurred whilst preparing work for The Client in a freelance capacity. To the extent permitted by law, Creative Content By Kelsey, shall not be liable to the Client or to any third party for any loss or damage arising directly or indirectly in connection with the provision of services. The Client will indemnify and holds harmless the Consultant from and against any claims, costs, expenses, negligence, actions or suits suffered, sustained or incurred by the Client or any third party. This includes, without limitation, interruptions caused by acts of Nature, or any other circumstances beyond reasonable control, any lost profits, business interruption, loss of data or otherwise, even if expressly advised of the possibility of such damages.