As a general rule, the customer must license the service provider to use its content to the extent necessary to provide its services. As a general rule, the customer accepts that its content does not violate the IP rights of third parties. 2.1 In return for access to services, the customer pays Netsertive the agreed fee, set in the applicable offer (the “service fee”), the service fee is paid in accordance with Section 2.2. The advertising funds disclosed in the client`s offer are calculated using Netsertive`s internal registration system, as these are third-party advertising costs incurred on behalf of the customer. Advertising funds and technology access fees, which include service charges, are taken into account by the services. The customer is aware that the monthly service charge does not include digital advertising fees by third parties. The customer is financially responsible for all third-party digital advertising expenses. The customer authorizes Netsertive to acquire third-party digital advertising services on behalf of the customer. 2.2 Service charges are charged in advance when the offer is executed and then monthly. All payments are made in U.S. dollars and can be specified in the offer. Overdue payments are subject to a one per cent (1%) late fee or the maximum rate allowed by law.

In addition, if payment is late, Netsertive may suspend the provision of services until the customer`s account is up to date. 2.3 The customer is responsible for all applicable taxes related to this agreement, including all sales and usage taxes (but excluding taxes based solely on Netsertive`s revenues). There are many types of services that a marketing agency can offer, including strategic marketing consulting, content development, digital marketing, social media management or PPC (Pay-per-Click). The exact services provided in each of these categories may also vary. It is essential to ensure that all parties understand and agree on the intellectual property that is connected (often referred to as “existing intellectual property”). The parties must also agree on the intellectual property developed within the framework of the service provider that provides services to the client (often referred to as “developed intellectual property”). The GFPB is responsible for enforcing the Real Estate Transaction Procedures Act, passed in 1974 in response to abuses in the real estate comparison process.