VeraSafe Payment Card Terms

Last Updated: September 21, 2020

This page provides the terms (the “Terms”) that apply to processing transactions using a credit card or debit card (each a “Payment Card”) between you, the entity you represent (collectively, “you”), and VeraSafe (“VeraSafe,” “we,” “us”). These Terms constitute part of the VeraSafe Master Services Agreement (the “Agreement”). All capitalized terms not defined herein shall have the same meaning as in the Agreement.

By placing an order or paying an invoice for a VeraSafe Service using a Payment Card, you acknowledge and agree to the terms and conditions contained herein. If you are accepting these Terms on behalf of another person or company, you represent and warrant that you have full authority to bind that person or company to these Terms. If you do not agree to these Terms, you may not place an order or pay an invoice using a Payment Card. Please contact us for information about alternative payment methods. For additional terms relevant to the Services, please review the Agreement entered into between you and VeraSafe.

We may amend these Terms at any time. We will post updated Terms to this web page. The “Last Updated” date listed on this web page indicates the date on which this page was most recently updated. You will be deemed to have accepted these Terms, as amended, if you continue to use the Services after the updated Terms have been posted.

VeraSafe will process your purchase as quickly as possible, and by making a purchase and agreeing to these Terms, you hereby authorize VeraSafe and its payment processors to charge the applicable fees to your designated Payment Card. When you initially sign up for the Services, you will immediately be charged for the initial term of the engagement at the specified fee.

Some VeraSafe Services involve recurring fees. By purchasing a VeraSafe Service with a recurring fee and agreeing to these Terms, as noted in the Plan Summary on the checkout page, you acknowledge that the services have both an initial and recurring payment component, and you hereby consent and authorize VeraSafe to (1) charge the applicable recurring fees to the designated Payment Card at the beginning of each billing interval perpetually until you revoke your consent to such recurring billing (and you acknowledge that you understand that you may revoke this consent for VeraSafe to bill future recurring fees at any time by contacting VeraSafe at [email protected]) and (2) store the designated Payment Card information for recurring charges.

VeraSafe will charge recurring fees to your designated Payment Card, including any applicable taxes, on a schedule corresponding to the terms of your Agreement with VeraSafe. Most VeraSafe engagements renew automatically until and unless you or your organization cancels them. You are responsible for reviewing and understanding these Terms and the Agreement. To change your method of payment, please contact VeraSafe at [email protected].

VeraSafe may receive updated Payment Card information, such as a new credit card number or updated expiration date, from your Payment Card issuer as a service (the “Update Service”). The updated Payment Card information is provided to us at the discretion of your Payment Card issuer, and VeraSafe is not responsible for the distribution of your updated Payment Card information through the Update Service.

Your Payment Card issuer may give you the right to opt out of the Update Service. Payments submitted to VeraSafe via Payment Card are nonrefundable and noncancelable except to the extent provided for in the Agreement.

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