TERMS AND CONDITIONS,

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  • 1. To advertise in any Big Red Magazine publication the advertiser agrees to abide by Big Red Magazine Advertising Terms & Conditions as set out below.
  • 2. For the purpose of these Terms & Conditions where the term ‘you’ or ‘your’ is used it refers to the advertiser/customer.
  • 3. For the purpose of these Terms & Conditions where the term ‘we’ ‘us’ or ‘our’ is used it refers to Big Red Magazine.
  • 4. For the purpose of these Terms & Conditions where the term ‘artwork’ is used it refers to adverts, editorials, designs and/or articles.
  • 5. Big Red Magazine reserves the right not to publish certain adverts.
  • 6. Acceptance of payment or email confirmation of space does form a contract between us and you.
  • 7. Payment is preferably made in advance of the publication going to print.
  • 8. Big Red Magazine reserves the right to stipulate payment method.
  • 10. To qualify for discounts and offers of complimentary voucher advertising, outstanding invoices must be settled within Big Red Magazine terms.
  • 11. Letters posted by us regarding late payment will be charged at £8 per letter.
  • 12. All invoices will be posted out with the courtesy magazine sent to all advertisers and also emailed if necessary. It is up to you to ensure we have your current email address.
  • 13. Advertisement bookings for one month only would preferably be paid for in full upon booking by credit/debit card or bank transfer unless made clear in the initial conversation.
  • 14. A fee of £40 will be applied for each, and every card charge-back.
  • 15. We reserve the right to claim a £40 Late Payment fee accordance with the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998.
  • 16. We reserve the right to claim statutory interest at 8% above the Bank of England reference rate in force on the date the debt becomes overdue and at any subsequent rate where the reference rate changes and the debt remains unpaid in accordance with the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 as amended and supplemented by the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations 2002.
  • 17. We are not to be held responsible for any inaccuracies in adverts nor to any consequences arising from any inaccuracies once you have signed off the final emailed proof of your advertisement. It is your responsibility to check the advert and ensure that there are no errors including but not limited to spelling, grammatical, telephone numbers, font size etc as no responsibility will be taken by us for any errors once the advert has been approved by you, or if you provide the advert.
  • 18. It is your responsibility to ensure conformity with the Trades Description Act 1975; Business Advertisements Disclosure Order 1977; Sex Discrimination Act 1975; and the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
  • 19. Once the final proof has been accepted, printed and paid for, you own your artwork created by Big Red Magazine and it can be used in any other media.
  • 20. Copy and artwork can be supplied via email. The following formats are acceptable: JPEG, TIFF or PDF (all 300dpi). Software acceptable format: Adobe Indesign, Illustrator or Photoshop.
  • 21. No responsibility will be taken for the print quality of any advert, image, logo, text and/or photo supplied at a lower resolution than 300dpi.
  • 22. In general we do not offer exclusivity to any business nor do we provide it unless specified on the sales call.
  • 23. The distribution area of the magazines may vary without notice at our discretion.
  • 24. It is your responsibility to ensure you have read, understood and agreed to the Terms & Conditions of business as set out above.
  • 25. By advertising with Big Red Magazine you agree to the Terms & Conditions as set out above.
  • 26. Please note that should any invoice remain unpaid, despite the digital trail of all communications between yourself and Big Red magazine , it will unfortunately be passed onto Gov.UK’s Money Claims Online. The process is watertight because all advertiser emails and/or phone text messages confirm it. Once the claim has been processed it will make the bill outstanding greater than the invoice because it will include additional costs and additional interest. To be clear, we strive to keep all our business dealings amicable and do not want to go this route. As a business we enter into our part of the deal in terms of our mutually agreed advertising arrangement in absolute good faith and we deliver on our obligations which you in turn, sign off as confirmation and as is usual with every purchase/transaction, the conclusion of that business arrangement is payment of goods and services supplied. Please reconsider your situation and come back to us before communications between us get to that point so we can work out mutually acceptable solutions.

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