Introducer Agreement

The following sets out the terms and conditions of the relationship between an Introducer and rebuildingsociety.com Limited. More information regarding the Introducer Scheme can be found on our Introducer page.

  • The Parties to this Agreement are:

1. rebuildingsociety.com Limited, Company No 07885342, a company incorporated in and according to the law of England whose registered office is at Leeds Media Round Foundry, Foundry St, Leeds, LS11 5QP, UK hereinafter referred to as “rebuildingsociety.com”, and
2. “You” or “the Introducer”

WHEREAS

A. rebuildingsociety.com has developed and operates a service, which allows You to earn money by placing links online to rebuildingsociety.com that attracts either lenders or borrowers that go on to register or borrow through the platform.
B. In order to use the service You must accept the conditions of this Agreement. Please read this Agreement carefully. By clicking on the “Register” button You accept the conditions of this Agreement. You are not allowed to use the service if You do not accept the provisions of this Agreement.
Therefore, You hereto agree to the following bindings terms of the agreement.

Definitions

    • The following terms when used in this Agreement shall have the following meanings:
Introducer Scheme is a programme owned and operated by rebuildingsociety.com for a company on rebuildingsociety.com’s website which the Introducer can join.
Artificial Traffic is a collective term for invalid Clicks, Leads and Transactions, which may originate (for example and without limitation) from automatic openings, spiders, robots, requests in e-mail or chat rooms, script generators, placing links on other websites than informed and Clicks which are not generated by a browser, Clicks which are not preceded by an active act of a Visitor who wants to reach a certain website.
Borrowers” means any party who has registered with us through the Website www.rebuildingsociety.com with a view to borrowing money from prospective Lenders;
Click means a click by a Visitor on a link on the Introducer’s website serving a Linked Website to the Visitor’s browser
“Lenders” means any party who has registered with us through the Website with a view to lending money to prospective  Borrowers;
Linked Website means a Website to which the Introducer has placed a link on his website
“Privacy Policy” Means the policy that can be accessed on www.rebuildingsociety.com/privacy
“Terms and Conditions” Can be accessed at www.rebuildingsociety.com/terms
Traffic is a collective term for valid Clicks, Leads and Transactions/sales
Transaction/sale means a Visitor who is connected to a Linked Website by the Introducer and who has completed fulfilled either the lending or borrowing criteria. The criteria can be found on the Introducer programme page, and may be updated from time to time.
“User” Means any Borrower, Lender, Advisor or Introducer, registered on rebuildingsociety.com
Visitor means any person who clicks on a link placed on the Introducer’s website and thereby is connected to a Linked Website.
“we”, “us” and “our” means rebuildingsociety.com Ltd (company number 07885342) and trades as rebuildingsociety.com;
“Website” means the website with the address www.rebuildingsociety.com ;
“you” and “your” mean you, a registered user of the Service, being either a  Introducer.

Words denoting the masculine gender include the feminine and other genders and words denoting the singular number only shall include the plural and vice versa.

1. The Service

1.1. The Introducer is allowed to place links, banners, logos, videos and other media (provided or approved by us) on his website and other relevant sites to rebuildingsociety.com

1.2. The Introducer is allowed to place links to rebuildingsociety.com in emails.

1.3. The Introducer Scheme may be amended or terminated at any time. Information about the Affiliate Programme will be available on the Website. The Affiliate must keep himself informed of any amendments of The Affiliate Programme. The Affiliate must comply with the requirements of the Affiliate Programme including in particular any stipulations as to the nature and content of the Affiliate’s web site and the use of third party or other Affiliates trademarks and logos.

1.4. rebuildingsociety.com reserves the right to modify, amend, change or terminate rebuildingsociety.com’s service. The Introducer will be notified of all such changes by e-mail or by an announcement on our Website. If the Introducer does not accept the changes the Affiliate must immediately cease to use the service and delete all links to Linked Websites.

2. Obligations of the Introducer

2.1. The Introducer must understand and comply with our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.

2.2. The Introducer warrants not to share with any third party the details of any registered lenders or borrowers of rebuildingsociety.com. These details include User names, ID numbers, Bidding information, forum comments or any other contact information that is intended only to be visible by verified members of rebuildingsociety.com.

2.3. The Introducer is solely responsible for his website and its contents and shall ensure that they conform at all times to all applicable laws and regulations.

2.4. The Introducer hereby undertakes to comply with all applicable EU- and national laws and regulations in force from time to time including, but not limited to, the EU-Directive 2002/58/EC.

2.5. If the Introducer is a natural person he must be at least 18 years of age. If the Affiliate has not reached the age of 18 a parent must give his consent to the registration to our service and the registration of an Affiliate below the age of 18 without parental consent will be ineffective.

2.6. The Introducer warrants that the information provided to rebuildingsociety.com about himself and his website is correct, complete and sent in due order and that the information is factual. The Introducer must notify us immediately of any changes in the information by updating the information on the Website. If the Introducer is a limited company rebuildingsociety.com must be provided with the Introducer’s full registered name, company registration number, registered office, trading address if different and VAT number if registered.

2.7. The Introducer warrants either that the rights to all information and productions on the Introducer’s website belong to the Introducer or that the owner of the rights to the information and productions on the Introducer’s website has given his explicit permission to their publication there. The Introducer also warrants that the information and productions on the Introducer’s website do not infringe any rights of third parties, including intellectual property rights, and that such information and productions are not offensive, prohibited or questionable in any way.

2.8. Messages published by the Introducer must be clear, fair and not misleading. If they are a financial promotion i.e. they are encouraging an investment, then the message must include the words “Capital at Risk. No FSCS protection”.

3. Working With Resources

3.1. rebuildingsociety.com will make available to the Introducer various resources which the Introducer may use in generating Traffic to the website.

3.2. The Introducer must not directly or indirectly make or allow to be made any written or oral statements, promises or representations which could in any way bind, or purport to bind us.

3.3. Without prejudice to the generality of clause 3.2, above, You shall not:
3.3.1. Issue any material (documentary or otherwise) relating to us or our business unless such material has first been expressly approved in writing or supplied by us or issue or make any forecast relating to any Loan Request or activity on the Website.
3.3.2. Purport to prepare and issue or vary any, contract, Agreement, certificate, receipt or any other document on our behalf.
3.3.3. Alter any information supplied by us or by our Users and will accurately represent any such information so supplied.

3.4. The Introducer must not in any way generate or contribute to generating Artificial Traffic to Linked Websites.

3.5. The Introducer must notify rebuildingsociety.com immediately of any known or suspected improper or wrongful use of the Introducer’s links to our website and/or an Introducer scheme or of our service in any way whatsoever.

4. Obligations of rebuildingsociety.com

4.1. We undertakes to monitor and register the Traffic and Transactions generated by the Introducer’s website from Linked Websites, in accordance with the service provided by rebuildingsociety.com.

4.2. We will collect and pay to the Introducer all amounts due to him arising from this Agreement

4.3. We will ensure that all Introducer enquires or tickets submitted through the correct communication channels, receive a response within 24 hours.

5. Remuneration

5.1. The conditions of remuneration for each Introducer scheme are published on the Website and shall apply at all times.

5.2. The Introducer agrees to invoice before the 5th of each month for the previous month’s earnings. Subject to clause 5.3, payment of accumulated remuneration to the Introducer shall be made within 60 days provided that the Introducer has generated valid Traffic or Transactions as detailed by the programme details on the Website.

5.3. Failure to accurately invoice on or before the 5th of every month may result in payment being delayed.

5.4. Payment of remuneration will only be made if two months prior to the payment date the Introducer is due an amount of at least £10. An amount due of less than £10 will be accumulated to the next payment and will be included in the amount to be paid out at the next payment date, again provided that the minimum amount of at least £10 is due two months prior to that payment date. All payments are calculated upon the total Traffic generated up to the end of two months prior to the month of payment. Accumulated amounts do not accrue any interest.

5.5. Nothing in this Agreement shall create or be deemed to create, a partnership or relationship of employer and employee between rebuildingsociety.com and the Introducer.

5.6. Payment to the Introducer will be made directly to the Introducer’s online account. The Introducer must specify on the Website (and on any invoice), details of his bank account. It is the Introducer’s responsibility to ensure that all details are correct, failure to supply payment details may result in delayed payment.

5.7. The Introducer is responsible for the payment of all tax and national insurance payable on any payments made to him by rebuildingsociety.com.

5.8. The Introducer rate of Remuneration is subject to change without notice. It remains the Introducer responsibility to check regularly check this agreement and the site for any amendments.

5.9. A schedule of the current remuneration rates is set out here.

6. Limits on our Liability

6.1. We cannot guarantee or warrant the performance of our service or the links to or from any linked websites.

6.2. We shall not be liable for costs and damages incurred by the Introducer arising out of this Agreement unless caused directly by the negligence of rebuildingsociety.com in providing its service. We shall not in any circumstances be liable for indirect or consequential damages and costs incurred by the Introducer for any reason whatsoever.

6.3. We will not be liable for defects in the service, interruptions in the accessibility to the service, infringements on data or loss of data on the information handling system, defects in the security system or viruses or other harmful software components in our service or for any damage caused by viruses or components to the service, the Introducer’s software and/or the Introducer’s website. rebuildingsociety.com shall not be liable for any error in the implementation of the links on the Introducer’s website or for the specified function of the links.

7. Terms and Termination

7.1. This Agreement shall come into force upon Your acceptance as an Introducer and shall remain in effect until terminated.

7.2. The Introducer is entitled to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect at any time. The Introducer must cease to use the service immediately upon the termination of this Agreement and delete all links to Linked Websites.

7.3. We are entitled to terminate this Agreement and/or suspend the Introducer from our service or our Introducer Programme if:
7.3.1. We consider the Introducer or the content of his website inappropriate in any way.
7.3.2. The Introducer acts fraudulently or illegally in any way or the Introducer generates or tries to generate Artificial Traffic to Linked Websites or the Introducer in any other way breaches any of the provisions of this Agreement.
7.3.3. The Introducer does not comply with any law or regulation as set out in section 3.
7.3.4. The Introducer has not generated any Traffic for a period of three (3) months.

7.4. Upon termination of this Agreement, we shall inform the Introducer immediately through the Website and the Introducer shall immediately cease to use the service and delete all links on Linked Websites.

7.5. This Agreement expires immediately on termination and no remuneration will be paid to the Introducer for the Introducer scheme in question.

8. Indemnity

The Introducer shall keep rebuildingsociety.com indemnified against any claims for damages or other claims for compensation arising from the contents of the Introducer’s website or any incorrect information given to rebuildingsociety.com by the Introducer. The Affiliate shall also compensate rebuildingsociety.com for any other damages or costs caused by the Introducer’s improper, negligent or unauthorised use of rebuildingsociety.com’s service and technical problems or loss of data caused by the Affiliate on rebuildingsociety.com’s website.

9. Assignment of the Agreement

The Introducer may not assign or pledge his rights or obligations under this Agreement in whole or in part to any third party without the prior written consent of rebuildingsociety.com. The Introducer agrees that rebuildingsociety.com may assign its rights and obligations under this Agreement and divulge or transfer information about the Introducer’s website, e-mail etc to any third party.

10. Consent

The Introducer consents to the publication of the Introducer’s name and web address etc at rebuildingsociety.com’s website and to rebuildingsociety.com sending newsletters etc to the Introducer’s e-mail address and using the information given by the Introducer for marketing purposes.

11. Communication

Introducers should direct all enquiries and communication either directly to their Account Manager or submit a support ticket to support@rebuildingsociety.com.

12. Severability

If any provision of this Agreement or part thereof should to any extent be or become invalid or unenforceable, the parties shall agree upon any necessary amendment of the Agreement in order to achieve the interests and objectives of the parties prevailing at the time of execution of the Agreement.

13. Intellectual Property Rights

rebuildingsociety.com owns all copyrights, trademarks, intellectual property rights, know-how or any other rights connected to the service or software necessary for the service. The Introducer does not acquire any rights or licenses whatsoever under this Agreement other than to use links to Linked Websites on the terms of this Agreement.

14. Applicable Law

14.1. rebuildingsociety.com shall not be liable for the legality of rebuildingsociety.com’s service in countries other than the United Kingdom. The Introducer is solely responsible for the legality of the use of the service if the Introducer is registered to rebuildingsociety.com’s service from a country other than the United Kingdom or if the Introducer’s website is on a server in a country other than the United Kingdom.

14.2. This Agreement shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with the laws of England.

14.3. If any dispute arises out of this Agreement the Parties will attempt to settle it by mediation in accordance with the Model Mediation Procedure of the Centre for Dispute Resolution (‘CEDR’) or such other mediation procedure as the parties may agree in writing.

14.4. To initiate the mediation one Party must give notice in writing (‘the ADR Notice’) to the other Party requesting a mediation in accordance with this clause. The mediation is to take place not later 28 days after the giving of the ADR Notice. If there is any issue upon which the Parties cannot agree within 14 days after the giving of the ADR Notice, CEDR (or such other mediation body as the Parties may have agreed) will, at the request of either Party, decide the issue for the Parties, having consulted with them.