Camrud Corp, (CC) is pleased to offer marketing and advertising services to you. Please read the following conditions, which are meant to protect both parties from misunderstanding.
CC is the developer of marketing and advertising tools, and does not directly supply printing, hosting or publications in which to advertise.
CC does not troubleshoot client’s computers, equipment or software.
It is the client’s responsibility to retain access information, including passwords. CC cannot be responsible for hacked ad accounts.
Fees and Payment
Depending on the type of work, CC charges either by the hour, or list.
All orders, are payable prior to delivery. If a job has been ordered, and it is subsequently cancelled, CC labor charges may apply and are billed at current or quoted hourly rates.
Generally, deposits of 50% of project estimates are due at project start. Client will be incrementally billed with the sooner of the following: when balance due reaches $750 or more, the end of a monthly period.
Unless prior arrangements have been made, client will be responsible for payment of associated third-party contracts at time the order is made. Reimbursable expenses shall be paid upon request.
CC accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, PayPal, Zelle, Apple Pay, Cash and business checks.
Client files are not retained for any defined period of time after our relationship ends. It is the client’s responsibility to ensure they have any needed files BEFORE terminating the relationship. If we can, CC will provide files (archival search fees and delivery fees may apply), [see termination section below].
CC will not knowingly violate any copyright, trademark or service mark laws in production of materials, however, our standard contract does not include fees for full legal research in these matters. We advise you to consult a copyright attorney.
Invoicing and Past Due Amounts
By utilizing our services, client agrees to make prompt payment upon receipt of invoice(s), and agrees to pay an administrative fee of $30 for duplicate invoicing and any additional fees required to collect balances 15 days or more past due unless prior arrangements has been made. If a contract is canceled by client or by mutual consent of parties prior to completion, client agrees to pay on an hourly basis at the current or quoted hourly rate for hours accumulated.
As a matter of law, Copyrights for all work stays with the designer/developer until full payment has been received for services at which time it is transferred to client, or their assignee. Parties agree that any disputes arising from this relationship are to be settled with binding arbitration in the state of Colorado, city of Denver.
CC most often provides services on a work-for-hire basis, sometimes with a verbal contract. Simply put, CC will continue to do work with you as long as both parties are in agreement as to the work that needs to be done and the cost to provide it.
As with all things in life, nothing lasts forever. Either party may terminate the relationship at any time. CC will do it’s best to make sure that you are taken care of if the time comes when you no longer wish to have us provide service to you. However, CC is under no obligation to do so after termination is requested.
Payment for services CC provides to transition you to another provider is required.
Be sure to request all files you need before you terminate our relationship so that CC can ensure you have what you need and to prepare a final invoice. Client files are not retained for any defined period of time after our relationship ends. It is the client’s responsibility to ensure they have any needed files BEFORE terminating the relationship.
CC is under no obligation to provide anything after our relationship is terminated, whether in writing or by actions taken, and requires full payment of amount due prior to turning over files.
[Sorry if this sounds harsh, we have had clients come back years after terminating a relationship demanding that disks with their files be provided — files that CC no longer retained].
For any internet related work, CC is not responsible for maintaining internet access information, or for updating any files – especially after termination of our working relationship, whether written termination notice has been provided to CC or not.
Call 720-432-9611 if you have questions or concerns about any of these terms and conditions.