Terms and Conditions
Through using our service, you agree and accept to be bound by the terms and provision of this agreement. By using our services, you are subject to any posted rules/guidelines, which are applicable. Any participation constitutes acceptance of this deal. If you don’t agree with any policies, then please do not use this service.
The Business Archive believes in complete privacy for when it comes to your details, and we ultimately respect the information of users for this site. No details are ever passed on to third-parties. If you have any questions about this statement, then please email us at email@example.com
We only collect personal and payment details when you voluntarily provide it to us, whether through buying products or registering an e-mail subscription.
How we treat personal information collected online
Your personal information may get used within The Business Archive: 1. To give you the services or products requested. 2. To answer any questions about our services, from whether it’s payment to the product itself. 3. To collect and process fee for our services. 4. To contact you about any new products or services that we offer. 5. To conduct customer surveys.
Disclosure of your details to third parties
No personal information is ever disclosed to any third party (excluding our writing team whom may receive minimal information to provide services to us and who are obligated to keep the information confidential), unless 1. You have permitted us; 2. We are legally required to, in cases of a court order, subpoena or other legal process and 3. Protecting our property rights related to this website is necessary. We might also share aggregate, non-personal information which doesn’t contain any personal information about our clients.
We use a standard technology named ‘cookies’ to collect information about how our site gets used. They have been designed to help a website operator determine the behaviours of a particular user, who can then save and remember what their preferences were. Also, cookies may be used to monitor your current web browsing session data, which gets discarded when you close your web browser or log out. The analysis allows us to monitor how many people are using the site and for what purpose. We may also make use of ‘persistent or memory based’ cookies, which stay on your hard-drive until you delete them off.
The Business Archive uses Google Analytics, and other similar services, to collect and analyze statistical data about visitors to our website. We also use Google advertising services, including a remarketing function, and may use other similar services, to arrange for you to see The Business Archive advertisements when you visit individual third-party websites. However, the analytic and advertising services don’t collect personally identifiable information. You can opt out of the use of non-personally identifiable data by Google Analytics by installing and downloading an add-on to your web browser here. Explanation on how Google Analytics collects and processes data by visiting is here. You can also opt out of Google Adwords that we use to serve ads and even a service that collects non-personally identifiable information, by visiting the Google Ad Settings page.
How do we protect information online
We take great care to protect all your details. Including, among other things, using industry standard techniques like encryption, firewalls and intrusion detection. As a result, while we maximum effort to look after your details, we can’t warrant or ensure the protection of any information you transmit to us or receive from us.
It is especially true for information you transmit to us via email since we have no means of protecting that information until it reaches us since email does not have the security features of our website does.
Also, we restrict The Business Archive employees and contractors access to personal information. Only those employees or contractors with a business reason to know only have access to this information. All employees get educated on the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of customer information.
Our security arrangements are always under review, and changes can get made where deemed appropriate.
How can you help protect your information?
If you are using the Business Archive or its services, and you have a registered account with a password, then we recommend not to divulge your details to anyone. We don’t ever ask you for your password in an unsolicited phone call or unsolicited email. Always remember to sign out of any accounts and close your web browser once you have finished. It is to make sure that others can’t access your details and correspondence if anyone else has access to your computer.
Links to Other Sites
We provide site visitors with valuable information on services, products and guides/help from the blog. Site content or other featured programs within the Business Archive may link our users to third-party sites.
Our privacy statement can get altered at any time – in the circumstance that we improve or update our services, and the new features may require modifications to our privacy statement. So please make sure you keep checking back, to make sure nothing has changed.
The accuracy of information we provide
The Business Archive site and its components are offered for informational purposes only; we are not liable or responsible for the availability, usefulness, accuracy of any information published or available via the site, and shall not be made responsible or liable for any omissions or mistakes through use of our content or products.
Intellectual property rights
The blog, website and all of its content, features, and functionality are all owned by The Business Archive and gets protected by international copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, and other intellectual property or proprietary rights laws.
Our business is providing a ghostwriting service, so all the content you purchase from us will all be rightfully yours to do whatever you please. We don’t take credit or request to be named on any of the work you receive, as far as we are concerned – you have written the content yourself.
Our current advertising relationship is with Google Adsense and Amazon Affiliates.
We take reputation and credibility very seriously and only endorse what we deem to be safe/useful to the user.
All products in The Business Archive catalogue is all of our own and not on behalf of any advertisers. From time to time, we may use extra freelance writers or our contracting agency in times when we get busy.
If we believe in other advertising methods, then the website will get updated, and the changes will get stated on here. Please refer back to the event this happens.
The grace week period
Once you’ve received your copy, we treat it as a first draft, as we understand that interpretation can sometimes lead to misinterpretation or errors that need fixing. We make all effort to deliver the final product ready for publishing – however, sometimes it may take one or two rewrites to get it right. Within the timeframe given (the size of the product offers different timelines), you are allowed unlimited rewrites until you are pleased. When it’s outside the timescale, and you’ve had a lot of rewrites, then the case may conclude to a full refund. We may also offer extended time frames in rare circumstances, but this decision will be entirely down to us, and the nature of the case.
We currently accept payments via Paypal or a BACS transfer.
Orders will get processed immediately, and we will be ready to begin service.
If you include any add-ons with your packages, then there’ll be a separate charge at the end of service with an invoice. Again payment would only be accepted through Paypal or BACS transfer.
We like to offer the fairest service to all of our customers, and understand that on rare occasions someone may not be satisfied or happy with the final product/service. In the situations, a full refund may be given back to the client, after efforts have got attempted in trying to fulfil requirements.
We have the right to refuse a refund if the situation 1. Breaches one of our terms and conditions policies 2. We feel the client is trying to abuse/take advantage of our service.
If you receive a refund
It’s precisely like returning an item to the shop. The content will not be legally yours, and any publication afterwards will result in a breach of copyright and can be a matter taken to court.
Right to refuse service/close account
On whatever basis, we have the right to terminate access to the site/refuse service, without notice or cause, which can result in the forfeiture or destruction of all details associated with your profile. All provisions of this Agreement that, by nature, should survive termination, including, without limitation, ownership provisions, indemnity, disclaimers and limitations of liability.
Right to change the terms and conditions
You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless The Business Archive and its suppliers and their respective affiliates, employees, directors, officers, agents, servants, and representatives of each from any liability, claim, loss, suit, damage, and expense (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs) related to 1. If any violation of these sets of conditions gets caused and 2. The material you post on our site.
These terms of service and the resolution of any dispute related to these terms and conditions shall get construed in line with the laws of the United Kingdom. Any disagreement between The Business Archive and you related to these terms and conditions shall be resolved exclusively by the state and federal courts of the United Kingdom.
This website can be accessed from the United Kingdom and other countries worldwide. Since the laws of each country or state may differ, you agree that the statutes and regulations of the United Kingdom apply, without regard to any principles of conflicts of law, it will get applied to all matters relating to the use of this site.
The Business Archive makes no representation that material on this site is appropriate or available for use in other locations, and accessing them from territories where their content is illegal is prohibited. Those who choose to access the site from other locations do so on their hustle and are entirely responsible for compliance with their local laws.
Our content writing service is also covered by a public indemnity insurance.
Address is available on request, but email: firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the website manager