While the words below will impress most lawyers, between you and I, here’s what the terms actually say in every-day language:
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Welcome to our website, www.logogo.co (the “Website”). The Website is provided by logogo.co “us”,”we” or “our” for short. “You”, “Your” and “client” means You as the user of our Website.
You (the client) are engaging us (logogo.co) for the specific project of designing your Company’s logo based on drafts and explanations provided by the said client.
The client is engaging Us as an independent contractor. The client also authorizes the Website to use the final versions solely as part of our portfolio excluding the original drafts and explanation without explicit written permission from the client to do so.
Work under this contract shall be billed at a flat rate at the stated amount for the selected number of versions of the provided drafts and explanations within no more than 1 week. Should the said client require revisions, they will be provided at no extra charge.
We are not liable to the client or any third party for any damages, including any lost profits, lost savings or other incidental, consequential or special damages arising out of the operation of or inability to use the logos.
It is imperative that payments be made promptly and as detailed in this logo contract. This contract becomes effective only when both parties agree by email, text message or voice message.
The agreement contained in this “Service Agreement” constitutes the sole agreement between client and logogo.co
Any additional work not specified in this contract requires a separate agreement. All prices specified in this contract will be honored unless otherwise specified.
Projects where client is inactive for a period of one month are automatically closed and considered finished.
If You have any concerns or queries about material which appears on our Website or if You have questions about Your use of this Website or these Terms and Conditions please get in touch with us, using the contact form.