Terms and Conditions for Credit Card Payments and Electronic Communications
- General. SEE IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS IN SECTION 2 BELOW.
- These terms and conditions apply to all credit card payments made (whether online, by telephone, or in any other manner) to eLawServices.
- These terms and conditions also apply to Electronic Communications (whether or not in connection with a credit card payment).
- In addition to these terms and conditions, the eLawServices Privacy Policies apply to your use of any eLawServices website. Current copies of these privacy policies may be found at http://www.elawservices.com/privacy.html.
- By making a credit card payment to eLawServices, or by requesting Electronic Communications, you accept these terms and conditions.
- eLawServices may amend these terms and conditions at any time by posting the amendment on its website at least 30 days prior to the effective date of change.
2) Definitions. As used in these terms and conditions:
- “eLawServices,” “we,” or “us ” refers collectively to eLawServices and all of its divisions, subsidiaries and affiliates, such as eLawServices and els1Click.
- “You” means you, the customer.
- “Service” means any service provided by eLawServices, such as e-filing services, e-recording services, document preparation and professional services.
d. “Electronic Communications” means any electronic billing and payment communications sent by eLawServices to you or by you to eLawServices, such as online access to statements and emails relating to billing or payment, disclosures, notices and other communications regarding your Service (including, without limitation, your billing statements notice of the posting of your electronic billing statements, annual privacy notices and change in terms & conditions notifications).
e. “Credit cards” includes both credit cards and debit cards.
3) Authorization. By entering your credit card information:
a. You are stating that you are an authorized user of the credit card and that the associated information entered (account holder name, account number, billing address, etc. is accurate.
b. You authorize eLawServices to charge the amount you have requested to your credit card.
c. If you set up automatic payments, then you authorize eLawServices to charge the amount due for the invoice being paid to the credit card.
d. You also authorize eLawServices to return to your credit card any funds due to you by eLawServices resulting from use of this Service.
a. For each transaction, in addition to the charge you have authorized, your credit card issuer and network may assess their customary transaction or handling charge, if any.
b. If a charge is declined or reversed by the credit card issuer or network, you agree to pay us a service charge and to reimburse us for all reasonable costs of collection. Your credit card issuer may also assess its customary charge for such transactions.
5) Dishonored Requests for Payments
a. If your credit card issuer or network does not honor an online payment transaction, then we have the right to charge the amount of any such transaction to your account or to collect the amount from you.
b. If your credit card issuer or network does not honor an online payment transaction, we may terminate any or all Service, and we may cancel your right to participate in the online payment program.
6) Confirmation of Payment
a. By clicking “Submit,” you are consenting to receive a one-time confirmation of this payment electronically to the email address you have provided to us.
b. If you set up automatic payments, then you are consenting to receive a one-time confirmation of each payment electronically to the email address you have provided to us.
7) Technical Requirements for Electronic Communications
b. You agree to provide us, and keep current, a valid email address. If any Electronic Communication is returned to us as undeliverable, you agree that we may (but are not required to) deliver such communication in paper form to the most recent mailing address you have provided for your account.
c. By authorizing a credit card payment online, or by requesting Electronic Communications, you confirm that your system meets these requirements, that you have the capability to access and download or print electronic disclosures, and that your email address is current and valid.
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