1. Personal Information Collection

At Janus Intellect LLP (“We”, “Us”, “Our”, “The Company”), we recognize the importance of personal information and are committed to collecting it in a responsible and legal manner. Personal information refers to any data that can be used to identify an individual, such as names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and other related details.


Types of Information Collected: We may collect information directly from you when you engage with our services, visit our website, or participate in our surveys and events. This may include:

  • Contact Information: Such as your name, address, email, phone number, and other related details necessary to provide our services.
  • Professional Information: Including job titles, industry, company details, and other professional affiliations.
  • Technical Information: Such as IP addresses, device type, browser type, and other related details collected through cookies and similar tracking technologies.


How We Collect Information: We gather information through various means, including:

  • Direct Interaction: Information you provide directly to us, such as when you sign up for newsletters, fill out forms, or engage with our customer support.
  • Automated Technologies: Information collected automatically as you navigate our website, using cookies, server logs, and other tracking technologies.
  • Third-Party Sources: We may also obtain information from publicly available sources or third-party partners, in compliance with applicable laws.


Purpose of Collection: We collect personal information for specific and lawful purposes, including:

  • Providing Services: To deliver our consulting services, communicate with clients, process payments, and meet contractual obligations.
  • Marketing and Promotion: To provide updates on our services, events, offers, and promotions tailored to your interests.
  • Compliance and Legal Obligations: To comply with legal requirements, regulatory obligations, and to enforce our terms and conditions.


Consent and Choice: We ensure that the collection of personal information is based on clear, informed consent. You have the right to opt-out of certain data collection practices, and we provide easy-to-use mechanisms to exercise this choice.


Changes to this Policy: We may periodically update our personal information collection practices and will notify you of any significant changes.


Contact Information: For questions, concerns, or to exercise your rights regarding personal information, you may contact our Data Privacy Officer at the specified contact details.



  1. Use of Information

The use of personal information at Janus Intellect LLP is a well-considered and responsible practice, aligned with our commitment to delivering top-notch management consulting services, respecting individual privacy rights, and complying with applicable data protection laws. Your trust is our priority, and we strive to maintain it through transparent, lawful, and ethical information-handling practices.

Here’s how we utilize the information we collect:

Service Provision: Personal information is fundamental to delivering our management consulting services. It enables us to understand client needs, craft tailored solutions, execute contracts, process payments, and maintain client relationships.

Communication: We may use your contact details to communicate with you, respond to inquiries, send newsletters, provide updates on services, and inform you about special offers or events. All our communications comply with applicable laws, and you have the option to opt-out at any time.

Improvement and Innovation: Analyzing user interactions and feedback helps us improve our services, website functionality, and user experience. Innovation is at the heart of our business, and we continually strive to enhance our offerings based on client needs and preferences.

Marketing and Advertising: We may utilize personal information for targeted marketing campaigns, promotions, and advertisements. This includes understanding client interests, creating personalized content, and measuring the effectiveness of our marketing strategies.

Compliance and Legal Obligations: We may use personal information to comply with legal and regulatory requirements, enforce our terms and conditions, protect our rights and interests, and respond to legal proceedings or government requests.

Research and Analytics: Personal information may be used for research and analytical purposes to understand market trends, industry insights, client behavior, and preferences. This helps us make informed business decisions and position ourselves competitively in the market.

Third-Party Partnerships: We may engage with third-party service providers, vendors, or partners to facilitate certain aspects of our services. In such cases, the sharing of personal information is limited to what is necessary and is governed by strict contractual obligations to ensure privacy and security.

Protection of Rights and Interests: Personal information may be used to protect the rights, privacy, safety, or property of Janus Intellect LLP, our clients, employees, or the public. This may include preventing fraud, unauthorized activities, or other misconduct.

International Transfers: In providing our global services, personal information may be transferred across international borders. In such cases, we ensure that the transfer complies with applicable data protection laws and safeguards, including the use of Standard Contractual Clauses or other lawful transfer mechanisms.

Retention: Personal information is retained only for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected or to comply with legal, regulatory, or internal policy requirements. We have established retention schedules and mechanisms for securely disposing of personal information when it is no longer needed.

Transparency and Accountability: We maintain transparency in how we use personal information and remain accountable for our practices. Detailed information on specific uses is provided at the point of collection, in privacy notices, or upon request.



  1. Information Sharing

We recognize that the sharing of personal information is a critical aspect that requires utmost care, diligence, and adherence to the principles of privacy and confidentiality.

Here’s an in-depth look at our information-sharing practices:

Internal Sharing: Within Janus Intellect, personal information may be shared among different departments or teams, as needed to provide our services, fulfill client requests, carry out internal processes, and meet legal or regulatory obligations.

Sharing with Service Providers: We may engage third-party service providers, vendors, or subcontractors to facilitate or enhance our services. In such cases, sharing personal information is necessary for specific tasks like data processing, technical support, payment processing, marketing, or research. All such third parties are subject to strict contractual obligations that require them to protect personal information and use it only for the agreed-upon purposes.

Clients and Partners: In delivering our management consulting services, personal information may be shared with clients, business partners, or collaborators, especially when joint projects, strategic alliances, or partnerships are involved. This sharing is governed by agreements that outline the scope, purpose, and safeguards for personal information handling.

Legal and Regulatory Authorities: We may share personal information with governmental authorities, regulatory bodies, law enforcement agencies, or courts when required by law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request. Such sharing is carried out in a manner that ensures compliance with all applicable legal requirements.

Corporate Transactions: In the event of mergers, acquisitions, restructurings, or other corporate transactions, personal information may be transferred as a business asset. Any such transfer is handled with due diligence and in accordance with applicable laws, with appropriate notifications provided to the concerned individuals.

International Data Transfers: As a global entity, Janus Intellect may transfer personal information across borders, especially when working with international clients, partners, or service providers. In doing so, we comply with relevant data protection laws and implement adequate safeguards such as Standard Contractual Clauses, Privacy Shield Framework, or obtaining explicit consent when required.

Consent-Based Sharing: In some instances, we may share personal information with third parties based on explicit and informed consent from the individual concerned. Such consent can be withdrawn at any time, following the procedures provided.

Public Forums and Social Media: If you participate in public forums, comment sections, or social media platforms associated with Janus Intellect, please be aware that any information you disclose in these areas may become public and accessible to others.

Aggregated or Anonymized Data: We may share aggregated or anonymized data that does not identify individuals with third parties for research, analytics, or marketing purposes. Such data helps in industry analysis, trend identification, and business development without compromising individual privacy.

Prevention of Harm: Personal information may be shared to prevent, detect, or investigate potential illegal activities, fraud, threats to public safety, or other misconduct.

Notification of Changes: If there are significant changes to our information-sharing practices, we will notify the affected individuals and provide opportunities to review or object to such changes, as required by law.


  1. Security Measures

At Janus Intellect LLP, the security of personal information is a paramount concern, and we are committed to implementing robust measures to safeguard it from unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. Here’s a comprehensive overview of our security measures:


Physical Security: Our facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art physical security measures, including access controls, surveillance cameras, secure workstations, and alarm systems. These measures prevent unauthorized access to our offices, data centers, and areas where personal information is stored or processed.


Technical Security: We employ cutting-edge technological solutions to protect personal information during transmission, storage, and processing. This includes encryption technologies, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, anti-virus software, and secure communication protocols.


Access Controls: Access to personal information is restricted to authorized personnel who have legitimate business needs. This is achieved through role-based access controls, multi-factor authentication, and regular reviews of access rights.


Data Encryption: Sensitive personal information is encrypted using industry-standard algorithms during transmission and at rest. Encryption keys are securely managed, and cryptographic practices are routinely evaluated to ensure their effectiveness.


Network Security: Our network infrastructure is protected with robust security measures to detect and prevent unauthorized activities, cyber threats, or intrusions. Regular security assessments, penetration testing, and vulnerability scanning are conducted to identify and mitigate potential risks.


Third-Party Security Assessments: When engaging with third-party service providers or partners, we conduct thorough security assessments to ensure they comply with our security standards and applicable laws. Regular audits and monitoring are performed to maintain ongoing compliance.


Incident Response and Management: We have a well-defined incident response plan to address any security breaches or unauthorized disclosures of personal information. This includes immediate containment, investigation, remediation, and notification to affected individuals and relevant authorities, as required by law.


Employee Training and Awareness: Our employees are our first line of defense, and we invest in regular training and awareness programs to educate them on privacy and security best practices, ethical conduct, and legal obligations.


Secure Development Practices: Our software development, implementation, and maintenance follow secure coding practices, with security integrated into all phases of the development lifecycle. This minimizes vulnerabilities and enhances the overall security posture.


Data Retention and Disposal: Personal information is retained only for as long as necessary and is securely disposed of when no longer required. This includes secure deletion, shredding, or other methods that render the data irretrievable.


Compliance with Legal and Regulatory Requirements: Our security measures are aligned with industry standards, best practices, and legal requirements such as GDPR, HIPAA, ISO 27001, and others. Regular compliance assessments and audits are conducted to ensure adherence to these standards.


Continuous Improvement: Security is an evolving field, and we continuously monitor emerging threats, technological advancements, and industry trends to adapt and enhance our security measures accordingly.


Transparency and Trust: We believe in being transparent about our security practices and are open to inquiries, feedback, or concerns related to security. Trust is a cornerstone of our relationship with clients, and we strive to maintain it through diligent security management.


  1. Individual Rights and Choices

Respecting individual rights and choices is a core tenet of our privacy commitment at Janus Intellect LLP. We empower individuals to have control over their personal information, guided by principles of transparency, responsiveness, and compliance with legal obligations. Our approach is aligned with global privacy norms, reflecting our dedication to fostering trust, ethical conduct, and meaningful engagement with clients and partners.

Right to Access: Individuals have the right to request access to their personal information held by Janus Intellect. This includes knowing what information is being processed, how it is being used, and with whom it is being shared.

Right to Rectification: If you find any inaccuracies or incompleteness in your personal information, you have the right to request corrections or amendments. We will take prompt action to ensure that the information is accurate and up-to-date.

Right to Erasure (‘Right to be Forgotten’): Under certain circumstances, you may request the deletion or removal of personal information. This could be when the information is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or when you withdraw your consent.

Right to Object: You have the right to object to the processing of your personal information for purposes like direct marketing, research, or statistics. We will honor such objections unless there are compelling legitimate grounds for processing.

Right to Restriction of Processing: In some cases, you may request a temporary halt or restriction in processing your personal information, such as during the verification of an objection or rectification request.

Right to Data Portability: You have the right to receive your personal information in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format. This facilitates the transfer of information to another service provider if desired.

Right to Opt-out: If you have previously given consent for marketing communications or other specific processing, you have the right to opt-out or withdraw consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

Rights Related to Automated Decision Making and Profiling: If we engage in automated decision-making or profiling, you have the right to understand the logic behind such decisions, challenge them, and request human intervention.

Right to Lodge a Complaint: If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant data protection authority in your jurisdiction.

Exercise of Rights: We have established mechanisms and procedures to facilitate the exercise of these rights, including online forms, email contacts, and customer support channels. We will respond to requests within the time frame stipulated by applicable law, usually within one month.

Identity Verification: To protect your privacy, we may require identity verification before proceeding with a request related to personal information. This ensures that information is provided only to the authorized individual.

Transparency and Support: We provide clear and accessible information about your rights and how to exercise them. If you need assistance or have questions, our dedicated privacy team is available to support you.


  1. Third-Party Links

Navigating third-party links is a common aspect of today’s digital landscape. At Janus Intellect LLP, we approach it with transparency, guidance, and an emphasis on user awareness. While we aim to provide value and convenience through these links, we also underscore the importance of individual discernment, understanding of third-party practices, and a cautious approach. Our commitment to privacy does not wane at the boundaries of our services but extends to empowering users to protect their privacy in the interconnected digital world.

This section of our Privacy Policy provides detailed insights into our approach to third-party links and how they relate to the privacy and security of personal information:

  • Understanding Third-Party Links: Third-party links refer to hyperlinks that direct users to websites, applications, or platforms operated by entities other than Janus Intellect. These links may be present in our content, marketing materials, partner collaborations, or resources provided for convenience, information, or engagement.
  • Scope of this Policy: It is essential to understand that our Privacy Policy only governs the personal information collected and processed by Janus Intellect LLP. Any third-party link accessed through our services falls outside our control, and we are not responsible for the content, privacy practices, or security measures of such third-party entities.
  • Why Third-Party Links Exist: These links may be provided for various reasons, such as referencing source materials, facilitating collaboration, enhancing user experience, integrating additional functionalities, or connecting to social media platforms.
  • Privacy Risks and Considerations: Clicking on third-party links may expose users to different privacy practices, data collection methods, or security protocols. The third-party entities may have separate privacy policies, terms of use, cookies policies, and data processing agreements that differ significantly from those of Janus Intellect.
  • Review of Third-Party Privacy Practices: We encourage users to exercise caution and review the privacy policies and terms of use of any third-party websites or services accessed through our links. Understanding these policies ensures informed decisions and safeguards personal information.
  • Our Selection Criteria: While we may provide links to third-party sites, we typically exercise due diligence in selecting reputable, relevant, and reliable sources. However, this does not constitute an endorsement, approval, or guarantee of the accuracy, legality, or quality of the third-party content or services.
  • No Liability for Third-Party Actions: Janus Intellect LLP disclaims any liability for any loss, damage, or adverse consequences that may arise from the use of third-party links, websites, or services. Users access these links at their own risk and responsibility.
  • Reporting Concerns: If you have concerns, feedback, or questions about third-party links provided by us, please feel free to contact our support or privacy team. We value user feedback and strive to address concerns promptly.
  • Changes to Third-Party Links: We reserve the right to add, remove, or modify third-party links at our discretion without prior notice. Such changes are part of our continuous efforts to enhance user experience, comply with legal requirements, or align with our business objectives.


  1. Changes to Privacy Policy

We understand that trust is built not only through robust privacy practices but also through clear communication, user engagement, and responsiveness to an ever-changing landscape. By embracing these principles, we strive to maintain a Privacy Policy that is not only compliant with the law but also resonant with our values, aligned with our clients’ expectations, and reflective of our dedication to privacy excellence.

This section outlines our approach to making changes to our Privacy Policy:

  • Commitment to Transparency: Transparency is a cornerstone of our privacy approach. We are committed to clearly communicating our privacy practices and any changes made to this Privacy Policy.
  • Reasons for Changes: Changes to our Privacy Policy may occur due to various factors such as updates in privacy laws and regulations, changes in our services or business practices, technological innovations, or feedback from clients, users, or regulators.
  • Nature of Changes: Modifications to our Privacy Policy may include additions, deletions, clarifications, or revisions to existing provisions. This could involve changes to how we collect, use, share, or secure personal information or updates to individual rights and choices.
  • Notification of Changes: When significant changes are made to our Privacy Policy, we will notify affected individuals through appropriate channels. This may include email notifications, pop-up alerts on our website, announcements on our platform, or other means deemed suitable for the nature of the change.
  • Access to Updated Policy: The latest version of our Privacy Policy will always be accessible on our website or platform. We will include the date of the last update at the beginning or end of the policy to help users identify new changes.
  • Review and Acceptance: We encourage users to regularly review our Privacy Policy to stay informed about our privacy practices. Continued use of our services following the posting of changes constitutes acceptance of those changes unless explicit consent is required by applicable law.
  • Historical Versions: Upon request, we may provide access to previous versions of our Privacy Policy to enable users to understand the evolution of our privacy practices and compare changes.
  • Consultations and Feedback: Where feasible, we may seek feedback or conduct consultations with stakeholders, clients, or users regarding significant changes to our Privacy Policy. This collaborative approach fosters engagement and alignment with the expectations and needs of our community.
  • Compliance with Legal Obligations: All changes to our Privacy Policy will be in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, ensuring that we maintain adherence to legal obligations and industry standards.
  • Responsiveness to Inquiries: If you have questions, concerns, or need clarification about any changes to our Privacy Policy, our privacy team is available to assist and provide detailed explanations.








GDPR Compliance Policy

  1. Introduction and Scope

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a vital regulatory framework governing the protection of personal data within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). At Janus Intellect LLP, we are committed to full compliance with the GDPR, reflecting our dedication to safeguarding personal data and upholding individuals’ privacy rights.

  • Applicability: Our GDPR Compliance Policy applies to all personal data we process about individuals in the EU and EEA, regardless of where the processing takes place. It extends to clients, employees, partners, vendors, website visitors, or any other data subjects whose personal information is processed by us.
  • Definitions: Key terms used in this policy include personal data, processing, data subject, controller, processor, and lawful basis, all defined in alignment with GDPR’s Articles.
  • Data Protection Principles: Under the GDPR, we adhere to principles such as lawfulness, fairness, transparency, data minimization, accuracy, integrity, and confidentiality. These principles guide all our data processing activities.
  • Lawful Basis for Processing: We ensure that all processing of personal data is based on a valid lawful basis, such as consent, contractual necessity, compliance with a legal obligation, legitimate interests, or other grounds provided under the GDPR.
  • Cross-Border Data Transfers: We comply with GDPR’s requirements for transferring personal data outside the EU/EEA, including implementing appropriate safeguards, such as Standard Contractual Clauses or relying on adequacy decisions.
  • Data Subject Rights: We recognize and facilitate the exercise of data subjects’ rights, including the right to access, rectification, erasure, restriction, objection, and data portability.
  • Data Protection Officer (DPO): If required, we appoint a Data Protection Officer to oversee our GDPR compliance, serve as a point of contact, and liaise with supervisory authorities.
  • Security Measures: Implementing robust security measures to protect personal data against unauthorized access, accidental loss, destruction, or damage is integral to our compliance.
  • Data Breach Response: We have established procedures for detecting, reporting, and addressing personal data breaches in accordance with GDPR’s timelines and requirements.
  • Vendor Management: When engaging with processors or subprocessors, we ensure GDPR compliance through contracts, due diligence, and ongoing monitoring.
  • Training and Awareness: Regular training and awareness programs are conducted to ensure that employees and relevant stakeholders understand their responsibilities under the GDPR.
  • Documentation and Record-Keeping: We maintain comprehensive records of processing activities, privacy assessments, consents, and other documentation required under the GDPR.
  • Supervisory Authorities and Complaints: We cooperate with relevant supervisory authorities and provide mechanisms for data subjects to lodge complaints or seek redress.







Terms of Use

  1. Acceptance of Terms

Janus Intellect LLP (“We”, “Us”, “Our”, “The Company”) provides various services, products, content, and features through our website and platforms (“Services”). By accessing or using our Services, you (“User”, “You”, “Your”) agree to comply with and be bound by these Terms of Use (“Terms”). Please read these Terms carefully before using our Services.

  • Applicability: These Terms apply to all users, clients, visitors, or others who access or use our Services, including any associated software, applications, or tools.
  • Acceptance: By accessing or using our Services, you confirm your acceptance of these Terms and any other policies or guidelines referenced herein. If you do not agree, please do not use our Services.
  • Changes to Terms: We reserve the right to modify, amend, or update these Terms at our discretion. Any changes will be posted on our website, and your continued use of the Services after such changes constitutes your acceptance of the new Terms.
  • Additional Agreements: Specific services or features may be subject to additional terms, conditions, or agreements. You must comply with such additional provisions as well.
  • Eligibility: You must be at least 18 years old and capable of forming a binding contract under applicable law to use our Services. If you represent an organization, you confirm that you are authorized to bind the organization to these Terms.
  • Registration: Some of our Services may require registration. You must provide accurate, complete, and updated information during registration and keep such information current.
  • User Responsibilities: You are responsible for your use of the Services, including complying with applicable laws, regulations, and these Terms. You must not misuse our Services or infringe upon the rights of others.
  • Intellectual Property: All content, trademarks, logos, and other intellectual property related to our Services are our property or licensed to us. You must not copy, reproduce, or distribute such content without our written consent.
  • Disclaimers: Our Services are provided “as is” without warranties of any kind. We disclaim all liability for any damages, losses, or issues arising from your use of our Services.
  • Limitations of Liability: To the extent permitted by law, our liability for any claims, damages, or losses related to our Services is limited to the amount paid by you for the specific service involved.
  • Termination: We reserve the right to terminate or suspend your access to our Services for any reason, including violations of these Terms, with or without notice.
  • Governing Law: These Terms are governed by the laws of India, and any disputes shall be resolved in the courts of Pune, India.
  • Contact Information: For questions or concerns about these Terms, you may contact us through the details provided on our website.


Cookies Policy

  1. Introduction

Janus Intellect LLP (“We”, “Us”, “Our”) utilizes cookies and similar technologies to enhance your experience when using our website and platforms (“Services”). This Cookies Policy (“Policy”) explains how we use cookies, why we use them, and how you can manage your preferences.

  • What Are Cookies: Cookies are small text files stored on your device when you visit a website. They help in remembering preferences, tracking behavior, and providing personalized experiences.
  • Types of Cookies: We may use different types of cookies, including:
  • Session Cookies: Temporary and deleted when you close your browser.
  • Persistent Cookies: Remain on your device for a set period or until manually deleted.
  • First-Party Cookies: Set by our website.
  • Third-Party Cookies: Set by other domains, often used for analytics or advertising.
    • Purpose of Cookies: We use cookies for various purposes:
  • Essential Cookies: Necessary for the core functionalities of our Services.
  • Performance Cookies: Monitor performance and help in improving our Services.
  • Functional Cookies: Remember your preferences and customization settings.
  • Advertising Cookies: Enable targeted advertising and marketing.
    • Consent: Depending on jurisdiction, we may seek your consent before using non-essential cookies. Your consent, if required, can be withdrawn at any time.
    • Managing Cookies: You can manage or block cookies through your browser settings. However, disabling essential cookies may affect the functionality of our Services.
    • Third-Party Services: We may integrate third-party services that use cookies. We encourage you to review their policies to understand their practices.
    • Changes to this Policy: We may update this Policy from time to time. Any changes will be reflected on this page, and we recommend regular review.
    • Contact Information: If you have questions or concerns about this Policy, please contact us using the details provided on our website.


No Refund Policy

  1. Overview

At Janus Intellect LLP (“We”, “Us”, “Our”), we strive to deliver high-quality management consulting services that align with our clients’ expectations and needs. Our No Refund Policy (“Policy”) outlines the circumstances under which refunds are not provided and sets clear expectations for our clients and users.

  • Applicability: This Policy applies to all our services, products, content, and features offered through our website and platforms (“Services”).
  • No Refunds: Except as expressly provided in any specific agreement or required by applicable law, we generally do not offer refunds for our Services once they are rendered or accessed.
  • Quality Assurance: We commit to maintaining quality standards and addressing any concerns or issues related to our Services. However, dissatisfaction with the outcomes or results does not constitute grounds for a refund.
  • Exceptions: Any exceptions to this Policy must be explicitly agreed upon in writing, either in a separate agreement or as part of the contract with a client.
  • Cancellations: Policies related to cancellations, rescheduling, or modifications of services will be defined in the respective contracts or agreements with clients.
  • Compliance with Laws: We comply with all relevant consumer protection and other laws that may govern refunds. Any rights you have under such laws remain unaffected by this Policy.
  • Contact Information: Should you have any questions, concerns, or issues related to this Policy or our Services, please reach out to us through the contact details provided on our website.


Payment Policy

  1. Introduction

Janus Intellect LLP (“We”, “Us”, “Our”) provides a range of management consulting services to our clients. This Payment Policy (“Policy”) outlines the terms and conditions related to payments for our services, products, content, and features offered through our website and platforms (“Services”). It ensures a clear understanding of our payment processes and helps in maintaining transparency and trust with our clients and users.

  • Applicability: This Policy applies to all clients, customers, users, or entities (“You”, “Your”) purchasing or subscribing to our Services.
  • Payment Methods: We accept various payment methods, including but not limited to credit cards, debit cards, bank transfers, electronic wallets, and other authorized payment gateways.
  • Payment Terms: Payments for our Services are typically due in accordance with the terms specified in our agreements, contracts, or invoices. This may include upfront payments, milestones, or periodic billing.
  • Invoices: We provide detailed invoices for our Services, including a breakdown of costs, taxes, fees, and any other relevant information. Invoices are to be paid within the timeframe specified.
  • Late Payments: Failure to make payments within the stipulated time may result in late fees, interest charges, or suspension of Services. We reserve the right to take legal action to recover outstanding amounts.
  • Taxes: All applicable taxes, duties, or levies are to be paid by You in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations. Tax rates may vary based on jurisdiction, service type, or other factors.
  • Currency: Payments must be made in the currency specified in our agreements, contracts, or invoices. Currency conversion or related fees are Your responsibility.
  • Security: We comply with industry standards to ensure the security of payment information. Sensitive payment details are handled with care and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Disputes: Any disputes related to payments, charges, or fees must be raised promptly with Us. We will investigate and address such matters in good faith.
  • Changes to this Policy: We may update or modify this Policy from time to time. Any changes will be reflected on our website or communicated to You as required.
  • Contact Information: If you have questions or concerns about this Policy or any payment-related matters, please contact us using the details provided on our website.