Term and Conditions

We, EUNOMIA INTENATIONAL PTE. LTD, for ENPAY, a limited liability company established under Singapore law, in these Terms and Conditions acts as a First Party and you will be considered as a Second Party based on these Terms and Conditions. The First Party and the Second Party are collectively referred to as the Parties and individually as Parties.

The First Party has the right to amend, change or add to the Terms at any time and (subject to the law) for an unlimited number, then without restrictions on its sole and absolute policy by displaying a revised version of these Terms and Conditions, provided that the First Party give a notification of fourteen (14) previous calendar days (“Notification Period”) to the Second Party before the effective date of the change, modification or addition of the notification is given by electronic mail or other matter in writing. After receiving the notification from the First Party, in the Notification Period, the Second Party has the right to immediately terminate this Agreement by sending written notice to the First Party with the intention to terminate. After the expiration of the Notification Period and to the extent that no notification is received by the First Party, the Second Party hereby agrees to accept and be bound by amendments, changes or additions made to these Terms and Conditions. Terms and Conditions that have been amended, amended or added will replace all previous versions.

These Terms constitute one document with a Service Agreement and cannot be interpreted separately, unless specifically specified pursuant to these Terms and / or Service Agreement.

  1. INTERPRETATION
    1. Definition: All capital letters that are not defined in these Terms will have the meaning given to them in the Service Agreement.
    2. For the purposes of these Conditions, and unless the context otherwise requires:
      1. “Affiliation” means the parent company, subsidiary, associated company or other entity that controls the First Party or is controlled by the First Party or which is under the joint control of the First Party. “API” means application programming interfaces, a set of Subroutine definitions, protocols and tools for creating software and interface applications, which are provided by the First Party and can be used by the Second Party to access the Services.
      2. “Claims” means a credit or debit instruction to withdraw funds from an account held by an End User with a bank or other financial institution in connection with a transaction between the End User and the Second Party. “Reverse Bill” means a response to a payment to the Second Party that an End User submits directly to the issuer of the credit card or debit. “Acceptance” means actions taken by the First Party on behalf of the Second Party to enable the Second Party to receive incoming payments (-payments) from End Users, with Cryptocurrency, and through the API, and “Receipts” means every two or more matters of the action. “Confidential Information” means that any data or information, orally or in writing, is considered as a secret relating to one of the Parties (or if one of the Parties is bound to protect the confidentiality of information belonging to a third party, the data or information in question is the third party ) research or activities, business development, including unannounced products and services, any information related to development, Service Documentation (in any form or media provided), inventions, processes, plans, financial information or due diligence information, personal data and the identity of the End User, and financial requirements of the Service Agreement that existed in the past, present or future. Apart from the foregoing, Confidential Information may not be considered to include information if: (i) it is known to the party who received it before the Effective Date of the Service Agreement, as determined by documentary evidence; (ii) being or has entered the public sector without going through a violation of the Service Agreement or an action without other rights of the party receiving it; (iii) has been received legally by the party who received from a third party and without violating the obligation of confidentiality of the third party to the owner of Confidential Information (iv) has been approved for release through written authorization from the owner of the Confidential Information; or, (v) has been developed independently by a party without access to or usefulness from the other party’s Confidential Information. “Dashboard” means a web-based reporting platform provided by the First Party to the Second Party. “TxHash” means a row of characters that functions as a cryptocurrency transaction address mentioned by the Second Party in which, on the Second Party’s instructions made in accordance with the procedures set by the First Party, the funds will be sent by the First Party. “IDR”, “Rupiah” or “Rp.” means the legal currency for now in Indonesia. “UI Bill” means the user interface for the billing system provided by the First Party. “Losses” means losses, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses (including wages and expenses from legal counsel and others, court fees and other dispute settlement costs) suffered or incurred by a party. “Second Party Transactions” means information related to the purchase of goods and services from a Second Party by an End User. “Service Agreement” means an agreement made by the Parties in connection with the Services provided by the First Party to the Second Party. “Service Documentation” means jointly, operating instructions, user guides, and assistance files, in written or electronic form, which are made available to the Second Party (including, but not limited to, information found in www.enpay.co. id), and which are intended for use in connection with the Service. “Top-Up” means any addition to the balance in a Top-Up Account carried out in Rupiah or in the form of a cryptocurrency. “USD” means the current legal currency in the United States. “ENTS” is a coin symbol for Eunomia Tokens. “Virtual Account” means a temporary bank account made by the First Party to receive funds intended for the Second Party.
  1. SERVICE COSTS
    1. Unless otherwise agreed upon between the Parties in writing, the service fees that will be paid by the Second Party to the First Party for Services (including where applicable) of each currency and Charges that must be borne by the Second Party) must be as set out in the Appendix Price of the Service Agreement and included in this Agreement with this reference. If the Second Party begins to use each Service from the First Party without prior approval or negotiation with the First Party, the applicable fees and bills that are applicable and payable must be specified in the price list at www.enpay.co.id included here with this reference.
    2. The Second Party must pay a service fee for the Service to the First Party in accordance with the provisions of the Service Agreement.
    3. An Acceptance must be considered carried out when the funds mentioned in a bill issued by the second Party are successfully transferred by an End User to the designated bank account mentioned in the bill. A Fund Transfer must be deemed done when the funds mentioned in the Second Party’s instructions (in the case of a Fund Transfer via API) in the related API or (in the case of a Fund Transfer by manual upload) in a .XSLX file uploaded by the Second Party for a transaction successfully sent from the Second Party balance to the relevant bank account designated by Second Party for the purpose of receiving the funds.
    4. The First Party has the right to revise the Price Attachments and prices and bills agreed upon at all times, provided that the notification of such changes has been given to the Second Party in accordance with Clause 4.2 of the Service Agreement.
    5. The Second Party agrees that the First Party has the right to immediately make direct deductions for any expenses, costs, prices or bills owed by the Second Party to the First Party in accordance with the Price Attachment or any losses legally and according to the law issued by the First Party as a result of the actions of the Second Party, as determined in accordance with Clause 7 (Dispute Resolution) of the Service Agreement, Provisions 2.6 or Provisions 7 below, before sending any amount which the Second Party has the right to the Second Party.
    6. In the event that an amount due (or any part of it) stated in a bill is not fully completed within seven (7) days from the date of said invoice, the First Party has the right to collect the amount due (or part of it) ), which will be billed from the date which falls seven (7) days from the date the bill reaches and covers the date that the amount of the maturity (or part thereof) is fully settled by the Second Party.
  1. FUND DELIVERY SERVICES
    1. Each Fund Transfer made or to be carried out by the First Party on behalf of the Second Party is always subject to the following conditions:
      1. Instructions for Fund Transfers can only be given by the Second Party to the First Party through the API or by manually uploading the Dashboard and all such instructions. These instructions are only valid if they are made according to the format or template set by the First Party in the Service Documentation. The First Party is not obliged to make Fund Transfers on behalf of the Second Party until there are instructions for Funds Deliveries submitted in accordance with these Conditions 3.1.
      2. All instructions received for conducting Funds Deliveries delivered with a Second Party API key are considered final and cannot be canceled at the time of delivery, which is the time when the Second Party submits a request to make a Fund Transfer via the API. The time period that appears in the response returned by the First Party API after the request from the Second Party is conclusive evidence about the time the request was submitted.
      3. All instructions received for conducting Funds Deliveries submitted by a Second Party by manually uploading to the Dashboard are deemed final and cannot be canceled at the time of delivery, which is the time when the .XLSX document containing instructions from the Second Party in connection with Funds Delivery has been successful uploaded to the Dashboard.
      4. In any case, the First Party is not obliged to make Fund Transfers on behalf of the Second Party except and until the balance in the Top-Up Account is equal to or greater than the amount of Funds Sending requested by the Second Party and service fees in connection with the Funds Sending , as stated in the Price Attachment. The Second Party can add the balance in his Top-Up Account in accordance with the instructions found at enpay.co.id.
      5. If the balance in the Top-Up Account is equal to or greater than the amount of Funds Transfer requested by the Second Party and the service fee in connection with the Funds Transfer listed in the Price Attachment, the First Party must make the Funds Transfer (in the case of a request for Funds are received at 15.00 on a business day or if a Fund Transfer request is received after 3:00 p.m. on a business day and the value of the requested Funds Sending is lower than Rp 50 million at 11:59 p.m. on the same day and (in the case of the amount of the Funding Delivery request higher than IDR 50 million and if the Fund Transfer Request is received at 15.00 on a working day or if the Fund Transfer Request is received on a non-working day) at 23:59 on the day next work. WITH THE PROVISIONS THAT The First Party is not responsible for Provisions 3.5 and also will not be the responsibility or Affiliation of the Losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with the delay or failure of the First Party or its Affiliates to make a Fund Transfer as a consequence (both indirect and indirect ) for errors, failures, delays, damages, delays or other events that arise outside the control of the First Party or its Affiliates (including, but not limited to, technical or infrastructure failures or damage to the banking and money transmission systems).
      6. Funds are deemed to be carried out by the First Party (in the case of Funds Transfer via API) when a Fund Transfer request made by the Second Party reaches the First Party server and the response returned by the First Party API indicates that the transaction is “COMPLETED” and (in case Funds sent via upload manually) when the Second Party request status for Funds Delivery is shown as “COMPLETED” on the Funds Sending Group screen on the Second Party Dashboard.
      7. The Second Party acknowledges and accepts that the obligations of the First Party to the Second Party in connection with each Fund Transfer are fully fulfilled after the fulfillment of Clause 3.6 above, and acknowledges and accepts that the First Party and its Affiliates are not responsible for Losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with the error , failures, delays, damages, delays or other events that affect the final process of Funds Transfer by the Bank with whom the Top-Up Account and Account are created, managed and financed.
      8. First Party guarantees that, subject to this 3.8, all funds received by the First Party and / or one of its Affiliates on behalf of the Second Party are held for the benefit of the Second Party, and except for expenses, costs, fees or bills to be paid by the Second Party to the First Party in accordance with any legitimate Price or Loss Attachments borne by the First Party as a result of the actions of the Second Party, as determined in accordance with Clause 7 (Dispute Settlement) Service Agreement, Provisions 2.6 or Provisions 7 below, the Party The first does not have the right to funds received on behalf of the Second Party.
      9. The Second Party agrees to submit to the terms and conditions of the Bank (-bank) appointed with whom the First Party provides Services (including, but not limited to, restrictions or changes to the hours at which the Virtual Account can be allocated by the designated Bank) and all these terms and conditions are incorporated in this Agreement with this reference.
  1. ADMISSION SERVICES
    1. Each Acceptance made or to be carried out by the First Party on behalf of the Second Party is always subject to the following conditions:
      1. The Second Party must configure the method chosen by which the First Party accepts by notifying representatives, employees, officials or directors of the First Party in determining the Acceptance that will be carried out with cryptocurrency transactions, such notifications are made through Instant Messaging Services approved by both Party or vice versa in writing.
      2. The Second Party must make a bill through the API or UI Bill for each transaction with the End User in which the Receipt will be made by the First Party on behalf of the Second Party.
      3. Each bill made by the Second Party will expire after twenty-four (24) hours from the time of creation, unless the First Party receives notification from the Second Party to change the expiration period, such notice must be made through Instant Messaging Services or other things in writing .
      4. If the Second Party chooses to do a switching service from the First Party, the following conditions will apply:
        1. The Second Party must sign a cooperation agreement with the partner bank of its choice before conducting a switching service from the First Party.
        2. The Second Party must provide a copy of the cooperation agreement signed with the chosen partner bank to the First Party at the request of the First Party.
        3. The First Party has the right to determine the minimum number of transactions that must be carried out by the Second Party when using First Party switching services at any time, which will be effective at the time of written notification not less than thirty (30) days to the Second Party.
        4. If the Second Party uses the lease line, the installation costs and / or subscription fees in connection with the communication relationship installed between the Second Party site and the First Party system must be borne entirely by the Second Party.
        5. The Parties agree that the reconciliation of transaction data for the previous month must be carried out no later than the 10th of each month, by mutually signing the minutes of reconciliation.
      5. If the payment to the Second Party by the End User is made to the accurate Destination Account in the right amount and before the expiration date as described in the bill sent to and intended for the End User, the First Party oversees the payment:
        1. (in case the payment is made at 17.00 on a working day) no later than thirty (30) minutes after the payment is made; and
        2. (in the event that payment is made after 17.00 on a working day or on a non-working day) no later than the following business day after the payment is made,
      6. WITH ALWAYS PROVISIONS THAT the First Party will not violate these Terms or the First Party or one of its Affiliates will not be liable for the Losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with the delay or failure of the First Party or Affiliate to monitor payments as a consequence or directly) for errors, failures, delays, damages, delays or other events that arise outside the control of the First Party or its Affiliates (including, but not limited to, technical or infrastructure failures or failures in banking and money transmission systems). For the avoidance of doubt, the First Party is not obliged to detect payments to the Second Party by End Users where the payment is made to the wrong destination account, with the wrong amount or after the expiration date as described in the bill sent to and intended for the End User ( these payments have an influence with either a Virtual Account or a payment channel from Alfamart.
      7. Where future payments from the end user have been made incorrectly, either with (i) payment of the wrong amount that is not in accordance with the amount charged in the bill sent to and intended for the End User, (ii) payment of funds to wrong destination, or (iii) failure to complete a cryptocurrency transaction, the Second Party has the right to review the transaction with notification to the First Party, such notification is made through Instant Messaging Services or vice versa in writing. The First Party may respond to the notification (in the event that the notice is made at 17.00 on a working day) no later than 23.59 on the following business day and (in case the notice is made after 17.00 on a business day or on a non-business working day) no later than at the latest two (2) working days after the notification is made.
      8. The entire payment received by the First Party on behalf of the Second Party as a result of the implementation of the First Party for all Receipts, will be added to the balance of the Second Party with the First Party.
      9. The completion of all funds received into the Pooling Account is conducted on an H + 1 working day basis, and all payments payable to the Second Party will be calculated and transferred to the Top-Up Account addressed to the Second Party with available balance on the Second Party Dashboard for fund transfers or withdrawals no later than 23.59 one (1) business day after receiving the final payment from the End User, wherein the payment is made at 17.00 on a working day, minus the reduction in expenses, costs, fees or bills to be paid by the Second Party to the First Party in accordance with the Price Appendix, the Service Agreement and these Terms. Except as subject to Clause 7 of the Service Agreement, the Second Party has the right to withdraw funds held in its name in the Top-Up Account and reflected in its Dashboard at any time.
      10. The First Party guarantees that, subject to the Provisions, all funds received by the First Party and / or one of its Affiliates on behalf of the Second Party are held for the sole benefit of the Second Party, and that, except for expenses, costs, fees or bills that must be paid by the Second Party to the First Party in accordance with the Price Attachment, the legal or legal Service Agreement or Provisions which occurred by the First Party as a result of the Second Party’s actions, as determined in accordance with the Dispute Settlement Clause of the Service Agreement, Conditions above or Provisions below, the First Party does not have the right to funds received on behalf of the Second Party.
  1. OBLIGATIONS FOR NO PAYMENT AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS
    1. The Second Party acknowledges and agrees that the First Party and each of its Affiliates are not obliged and are not responsible for everything for and that the Second Party is responsible for all Losses incurred by the First Party arising from:
      1. Over payments, payment errors, any Reverse Funding or other unauthorized payments caused by a Second Party or an End User (collectively called “Invalid Payment”)
      2. Errors, defaults, negligence, bad deeds or any fraud by the Second Party, employees, directors, officials, representatives from the Second Party or anyone acting on behalf of the Second Party; and / or
      3. losses incurred by the First Party in connection with the failure of the Second Party to comply with the terms of the Service Agreement or these Terms.
    2. In the event of an Unauthorized Payment or other liability, the First Party may reduce the amount owed from the balance on the Second Party Dashboard immediately and without objection or rejection by the Second Party, or (where the balance in the Second Party Top-Up Account is less than the amount Unauthorized (-payment) payments and / or fees or other liabilities incurred in accordance with these Provisions 7, the First Party must issue a written notice to the Second Party for any repayment in connection with the Unauthorized Payment (s) and / or fees or other obligations, and the Second Party will make such reimbursement within seven (7) calendar days from the receipt of the notification, provided that always any delay or failure by the First Party to make the deduction does not or is considered a waiver of one or all its rights with respect to Losses to those entitled.
  1. SECURITY AND FRAUD
    1. The Second Party declares and warrants that, at any time when this Agreement is in force, the Second Party must maintain and comply with all reasonable security measures to protect the Second Party Computer System and the data contained therein from other unauthorized control, destruction or access and comply with all applicable laws, regulations, regulations and (where applicable) card company regulations, including, but not limited to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. For the purposes of this Condition 6.1, “Second Party Computer System” means a computer system operated by or on behalf of a Second Party that captures or stores End User data or sends End User data to the First Party.
    2. Except for the First Party’s own negligence, intentional error or fraud, the Second Party is responsible for Losses arising when lost or stolen credentials or payment accounts are used to purchase products or services from the Second Party, when there has been a user name collection or Second Party passwords or other unauthorized use or modification of Second Party accounts on First Party platforms. The First Party and each of its Affiliates do not and will not guarantee the Second Party against Losses caused by fraud. Furthermore, the Second Party acknowledges and agrees to completely replace the First Party with any Loss incurred by the First Party in connection with (either directly or indirectly) the use of credentials or Second Party accounts that are lost or stolen, except for the account or the account has been lost or stolen solely due to negligence, intentional error or fraud from the First Party.
    3. The First Party can help the Second Party conduct an investigation with law enforcement to recover lost funds. However, if the First Party agrees to facilitate the Second Party in such an investigation, the First Party is not responsible to the Second Party, or is responsible for financial costs or not financial costs (directly or indirectly) of Losses or other consequences of such fraud.
    4. The responsibility is for the Second Party to review all security controls given or suggested by the First Party and to determine whether the security controls are adequate or appropriate for their purposes and, if appropriate, independently apply procedures and other security controls not provided by the First Party. The First Party does not declare, guarantee or guarantee that the Second Party or End User will never be a victim of fraud.
    5. The Second Party agrees to provide evidence of its compliance with Provisions 8.1 to the First Party based on the request of the First Party. Failure to provide such evidence of compliance with the satisfaction of the First Party may result in suspension of the Service or termination of the Service Agreement.
    6. The First Party can provide subjective data to the Second Party regarding the possibility of a wrong transaction, which requires action or review by a Second Party. The First Party may also include actions or lags by the First Party into future subjective judgments when identifying potential fraud in the future. However, the Second Party acknowledges and agrees that the Second Party is responsible for any actions it can choose (or vice versa) related to the data, and to provide information that is inaccurate or incorrect to the First Party. The First Party does not declare, guarantee or guarantee that the subjective data will be accurate in detecting fraud in all cases, and is not responsible for any losses incurred in connection with fraudulent transactions that are not detected by the subjective data provided by the First Party.
  1. INTELLECTUAL LICENSE AND WEALTH
    1. By being subject to the conditions in this Provision, the First Party hereby grants to the Second Party and the Second Party hereby accepts from the First Party a personal, limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license and the right to use the First Party API and the Service Documentation concerned for the following purposes:
      1. install and use the API on a number of machines, as much as is reasonably necessary (the machine is and must be maintained at facilities owned, controlled, or leased by the Second Party) to use the Service for the purpose of making transactions with End Users;
      2. use the Service Documentation that accompanies it only for the purpose of using the API and Services; and
      3. make a number of copies of the API and Service Documentation required, with all complete copyright notices, only for archival purposes.
    2. By being subject to the terms of this Provision, the First Party hereby grants an unlimited, non-exclusive, non-transferable royalty-free License to the Second Party to use the First Party’s trademarks and service marks (collectively “Advertising Materials”; provided that the Second Party agrees to amend, at the expense of the Second Party, any Advertising Material that the First Party, in its own judgment, determines as inappropriate, inappropriate, misleading, or misusing the First Party’s trademark and / or service brand. upon written request from the First Party, it will immediately cease the use of Advertising Materials which the First Party deems to violate this Clause without prejudice to any provision in these Terms, then the license must be revoked immediately and automatically after termination of the Service Agreement. , delete from, or modify the Creative, Document Service or form provided by the First Party without written approval from the First Party.
    3. The Second Party acknowledges and agrees that unless rights and licenses are expressly granted to the Second Party in this Condition, between the Second Party and the First Party, the First Party will retain all rights, ownership and interests in and to the Services, API, Documentation Services, and any derivatives of the foregoing (“First Party IP”); and, nothing contained in the Service Agreement or these Conditions must be interpreted as giving to the Second Party by implication, legal operation, estoppel, or otherwise, a license or other right. The Second Party may not: (i) use, reproduce, distribute, or permit others to use, reproduce, or distribute one of the First Party IPs for purposes other than those specified in these Conditions; (ii) make First Party IP available to unauthorized third parties; (iii) renting, distributing electronically, timeshare or marketing First Party IPs with interactive cables, remote processing services, service bureaus or others; or, (iv) directly or indirectly modify, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or obtain the source code from one of the First Party’s IPs.
  1. STATEMENT AND WARRANTY
    1. First Party statements and guarantees are as follows:
      1. Services and APIs provided to the Second Party under this agreement will be in accordance with the specifications contained in the applicable Service Documentation, as may be changed from time to time at the absolute discretion of the First Party, and in the Service Agreement.
      2. The First Party states and warrants further that the First Party will comply with all applicable laws, regulations and laws and (if applicable) the main rules of the card company that regulate the security of End User data, including, but not limited to, Industrial Data Security Standards Payment Card.
      3. Previous guarantees will not apply if: (i) a product, service or implementation of obligations under this condition is used in material variations with the Service Agreement, these Conditions or applicable documentation; (ii) a product, service, or implementation of obligations that are licensed in these Terms or parts have been modified without the written consent of the First Party; or, (iii) defects in products, services, or the implementation of any obligations provided in this Service Agreement are caused by malfunctions of equipment from Second Parties or other third party software.
      4. In the event that the Second Party recognizes that each product, service, or implementation of an obligation does not conform to the statement and guarantee set forth in the Provisions and reports such non-compliance with the First Party, the First Party will, (i) carry out commercially It is reasonable to correct nonconformities without additional costs to the Second Party, or (ii) repay the costs paid for Products, services, or the implementation of non-compliance obligations within ninety (90) days prior to the Second Party’s discovery of the non-conformity. The recovery efforts mentioned in this paragraph constitute a single and exclusive recovery effort of the Second Party and all responsibilities of the First Party in these Conditions.
      5. The First Party declares and warrants that it will not use or disclose uncommon End User unique data submitted by the Second Party unless it is necessary (i) to provide Services to the Second Party under this agreement, (ii) to provide fraudulent checking services public without disclosing End User information that is personally identifiable, or, (iii) as permitted or required by law.
    2. Representatives and guarantees of the Second Party are as follows:
      1. The Second Party declares and guarantees that: (i) it has all the rights, powers and capabilities needed to implement the Service Agreement and to carry out its obligations therein (including but not limited to the Terms); (ii) there is no authorization or approval from third parties required in connection with the execution, delivery or implementation of the Service Agreement of the Second Party Service Agreement; (iii) the Service Agreement is a legal obligation, applicable and binding, and can be implemented for the Second Party in accordance with its provisions, and does not violate other agreements that bind the Second Party; and (iii) this is done and will comply with applicable laws, regulations and regulations.
      2. The Second Party then represents and guarantees that the installation, configuration, and use of the Services and APIs must be in accordance with the specifications stated in the applicable Service Documentation and the requirements in the Service Agreement and specifically (if applicable) specifications contained in the service documentation or terms and conditions others by the third party licensor from the First Party, as determined by the First Party and which are combined from the references in this Agreement.
      3. The Second Party further states and guarantees that, before sending End User information to the First Party, he will provide all reasonable disclosures and / or obtain all necessary approvals from each End User regarding the disclosure and intended use of End User data.
      4. The Second Party further states and warrants that (i) it has all the rights and authorizations required for the product or service, sales or distribution where the Second Party uses the Service, (ii) the Second Party undertakes and will comply with all applicable laws and regulations related with the use of services, and (iii) none of its products violates Intellectual Property rights of any third party and does not and does not contain any content that violates applicable laws, regulations or third party rights.
      5. The Second Party declares and guarantees that the Second Party complies with all applicable laws and restrictions and export regulations and that none of the products or services are exported or imported from and are not involved and do not make transactions with (i) every country or person, national companies or those including countries where the US has embargoed goods including, but not limited to, Iran, Cuba, Syria and North Korea; (ii) each person on the U.S. Treasury Department’s list of Citizens of Special Designated Countries or List of Persons Denied from U.S. Department of Commerce; or (iii) any country or person, national or any company subject to sanctions by the Republic of Indonesia, United Nations Security Council, European Union, His Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom or other countries.
      6. The Second Party further states and guarantees that he is not involved and does not take further action to obtain offers, payments, promises to pay, or authorize or approve payments or gifts of money, property, gifts or other things of value, directly or indirectly, to “government employees” (including government officials or employees or government-owned entities or controlled entities or public international organizations, or people acting in official capacities for or on behalf of one of the foregoing, or political parties or party officials or candidates for political office) to influence official actions or obtain undue benefits; and the Second Party has carried out its business in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and anti-corruption regulations and has no violations based on U.S. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, 2010 UK Bribery Act 2010 or similar laws or regulations from other jurisdictions.
      7. The Second Party further states and warrants that no employee, official, director, or indirect owner of the Second Party, is a government official, official political party or political party candidate, or a close family member of the official or candidate, so that one party will violates its jurisdiction laws, regulations or regulations in the implementation and performance based on the Service Agreement. If during the Service Agreement there is a change in the information contained in these Conditions, the Second Party agrees and promises to immediately notify the First Party.
      8. The Second Party declares and guarantees that the operations of the Second Party are carried out and have been carried out at all times in accordance with applicable financial recording and reporting requirements and money laundering laws in the Republic of Indonesia and all other jurisdictions where the Second Party conducts business or operations, rules and regulations in under it and related or similar regulations, guidelines or guidelines, issued, regulated or enforced by government agencies or initiated by or before a court or government institution (as a whole called “Money Laundering Law”) and no action, claim or claim by or before a court or government agency, authority or body or arbitrator involving the Second Party in connection with the Money Laundering Law is waiting and, to the knowledge of the Second Party, no action, claim or process is postponed, threatened or planned.
  1. STATEMENTS
    1. Except as expressly stated in this Service Agreement or Conditions, the products and services provided below are provided “as is” with all errors and without any statement or guarantee. All risks to quality, performance, accuracy and satisfactory effort are borne by the Second Party. This rejection of warranty applies to End Users and users of End User products and services, replacing all guarantees and conditions whether stated, implied or statutory, the First Party hereby specifically excludes, to the extent permitted by law, every statement, requirement or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding the product or service, including implied warranties of selling feasibility, suitability for purpose, title, and certain violations regarding products and services, and any implied warranties arising from the course of the transaction or in its implementation.
    2. The Second Party acknowledges that the First Party is not a financial institution. Each First Party and its Affiliates are only responsible for sending data and / or facilitating funds transfers to carry out or direct payments, authorize payments or certain financial services and are not responsible for actions or actions of third parties, including but not limited to (a) the operation of the site internet service provider (“ISP”), bank, financial manager, or other financial institution, (b) availability or operation of the operating system of an ISP, bank, financial manager or other financial institution, and is not responsible for financial or non-financial (good directly or indirectly) Losses or any other consequences suffered or arising from the Second Party in connection with errors, omissions, failures, delays or damage to ISPs, banks, financial managers or other financial institutions.
    3. The Second Party acknowledges and confirms that it bears all collection risks, including but not limited to, credit card fraud and other types of fraud, in connection with the sale of its products or services.
    4. The Second Party acknowledges and confirms that the First Party is not responsible for recognizing if there are purchases, sales, donations, orders or certain purchase transactions (each “Transaction”) in connection with the Second Party is accurate or correct, or typical for its business . The Second Party is fully responsible for recognizing whether Transactions made by the End User are wrong or suspicious (including, but not limited to, unusual or large purchases, or unusual shipping requests to foreign countries). The Second Party acknowledges, agrees and promises to carry out a reasonable inspection of Transactions that appear suspicious and / or wrong, and if necessary, contact the End User in connection with the suspicious or wrong Transaction before fulfilling or completing the Transaction. The Second Party is fully responsible for the losses incurred due to the wrong or wrong Transaction in connection with the use of the Service, and the First Party is not responsible or liable in connection with the same matter.
    5. The Second Party will only use the Service for legitimate transactions with End Users. The Second Party is responsible for its relationship with the End User, and the First Party and its Affiliates are not responsible or have any form of liability for the products or services published or sold by the Second Party, or purchased by End Users from the Second Party using the Service; or if the Second Party accepts donations, for communication of the Second Party to End Users for the purpose of using the donation. The Second Party acknowledges and confirms that it is solely responsible for the nature and quality of the products or services provided by it, and for the delivery, support, refunds, returns and other additional services provided to End Users, and that the First Party and its Affiliates do not have any responsibility or obligation regarding the same thing. The First Party has the right to terminate the Service and Service Agreement as soon as it is reasonable that the Second Party is involved in an illegal transaction (s) with the End User and / or illegal business and will not be responsible or liable for Losses arising in connection with the transaction or in connection with any party (including, but without limitation, the Second Party and / or End User).
    6. The Second Party understands and agrees (i) that both the First Party and the third party licensor can guarantee the accuracy of the tax rates obtained from the taxing authority, and, (ii) that the Second Party bears the primary responsibility for paying the correct tax applies to the sale of Second Party products or services.
    7. For the avoidance of doubt, the First Party does not make any statement, guarantee or guarantee with respect to the quality, authenticity, feasibility or any statement regarding the nature of the goods or services provided or provided by the Second Party and will not be responsible or obliged to a claim relating to this matter or in connection with any party (including, but without limitation, each End User).
  1. PROVISION OF DAMAGES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    1. First Party Loss Replace: First Party must protect, compensate and bear, at their own expense, Second Party, affiliates and each director, official, employee and representative respectively, and the successor and assignment above (each , an “Indemnity Second Party”) for the cause of an action, claim, claim, legal process, or action based on the rules submitted against the Second Party Recipient of Damages and Losses (including reasonable costs and expenses for legal counsel and other consultants, fees court, and other costs of resolving disputes) that are involved or arising from the Compensation Second Party, insofar as they are based or arise from claims that First Party services or products violate intellectual property rights, patents, confidential trade, or other intellectual property rights from third parties. If a product or service from the First Party becomes, or based on a reasonable assessment of First Party, it is estimated that it is possible to become the subject of a claim for violation of intellectual property rights, the First Party may, based on its choice (i) obtain the rights of the Second Party and the Customer to continue using the product or Services; (ii) changing or changing the First Party’s products and services so that they no longer or minimize the possibility that the product or service is considered violating; or (iii) if the previous choices are commercially impossible, terminate this Agreement.
    2. Replace the Second Party Loss: The Second Party must protect, indemnify and bear, at their own expense, the First Party, its affiliates and their respective directors, officials, employees and representatives, and the successors and assignments above (each , “Compensation First Party”) for the cause of action, claim, claim, legal process, or action based on the rules submitted against the Second Party Recipient of compensation and losses (including reasonable costs and expenses for legal counsel and other consultants, fees court, and other costs of resolving disputes) that are involved or appear by the Recipient Second Party, insofar as they are based or arise from (i) a service or other product from a Second Party that violates copyrights, patents, trade secrets, or third party intellectual property rights; (ii) a violation by the Second Party on a condition, condition, statement and guarantee as outlined in this Service Agreement and Conditions; or (iii) the use of this Service by a Second Party or End User is not in accordance with the provisions of the Service Agreement or these Terms or violates a regulation regarding data protection, network regulation, or other applicable laws, rules or regulations.
    3. The party who will indemnify (the “Reputation Party”) will compensate the Party requesting compensation (“Compensation Party”) from the claim provided that the Compensation Party immediately notifies in writing and in case no later than three (3) working days after the indemnifying Party knows about the claim (provided that failure to notify will affect the right of the indemnifying Party to receive compensation below except, and only to the extent that the party giving the indemnity is correct really prejudiced thus). The indemnification party may refuse any settlement involving temporary or equivalent retaliation that affects the indemnification recipient or debt recognition by the indemnifying party without receiving written approval from the indemnifying party.
    4. The First Party is not responsible to the Second Party for claims based on:
      1. any and all losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with the products or services of the First Party that have been modified by parties other than the First Party;
      2. every and all losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with the use of the products or services of the First Party by the Second Party together with the data using the said data creates a violation claim;
      3. any and all Losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with the failure of the Second Party to install upgrades or patches provided by the First Party where the upgrade or patch can avoid such Loss;
      4. any and all losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with the use of the Second Party’s products or services by the Second Party in a manner that is not in accordance with the Service Documentation provided by the product or service;
      5. the use of a First Party product or service by a Second Party with software or hardware that is not permitted by the First Party, if using other software or hardware creates a Loss caused by the Second Party,
      6. any and all losses caused by the Second Party in connection with the absence of any license or permit in connection with the business activities and operations of the Second Party;
      7. any and all losses incurred by the Second Party in connection with claims related to violations of intellectual property carried out by the Second Party; and
      8. losses, fines, fees, and other claims costs (including, legal and professional advisors’ fees), and losses suffered or made by the Second Party as a result of lawsuits (including, inter alia, negligence and errors), violations statutory obligations, fraud, misinterpretation, intentional damage to objects or other people or other intentional or accidental errors, in each case, originating from or caused by a Second Party or one of the employees, directors, officers, representatives, agent or affiliate.
    5. In any case (i), the First Party or other third party licensor is not responsible to the Second Party for losses or costs that are indirect, unnatural, consequential, special or exemplary or losses incurred or incurred (even though the First Party or one of the third party licensors has been notified of the possibility of such loss and regardless of whether each knows or has reason to know the possibility of loss, injury or damage referred to), including, but not limited to, loss of income, profits, faith good or business, anticipated savings, loss of reputation, late fees, lost or damaged data or documentation costs, or the party’s debt to third parties from the nature arising from any source; or (ii) all responsibility of the First Party or third party licensor to the Second Party in connection with the Service Agreement or its basic material, these Terms or services are based on contract, lawsuit, negligence, strict liability or other legal theory or even distribution, exceeding the costs paid or paid to the First Party by a Second Party based on a Service Agreement or (in the case of a dispute involving a third party licensor from the First Party) a fee paid or paid to the third party licensor for a period of six months immediately before the date of action for a period of six months immediately before the date the cause of action arises.
    6. Exceptions and limitations Provisions 12 above do not apply to the obligations below regarding compensation for violations of third party intellectual property rights by the Second Party or for debts arising from physical injury or death of a person by any Party.
  1. SECRET INFORMATION
    1. Each Party (“Recipient”) hereby agrees (i) to safeguard the Confidential Information of the other Party (“Expressing Parties”) and takes reasonable precautions to protect said Confidential Information (including, but not limited to all precautionary measures of the Recipient to use the confidential material themselves), (ii) not divulge such Confidential Information or any information obtained from third persons except those required to provide or use the Service, (iii) not make any use at the time of the Information Such secrets except as referred to in this paragraph, and (iv) that any employee or third party given access to such Secret Information must have a legitimate “need to know” and must be bound in writing to comply with the recipient’s confidentiality obligations, both in general or specifically to this Service Agreement or Conditions i.
    2. Unless stipulated in the Service Agreement or these Terms, within thirty (30) calendar days after the termination of the Service Agreement, the Receiving Party must destroy all material which is Confidential Information and / or Intellectual Property from the Party that Discloses and gives to written certification to a Revealing Party signed by an authorized officer or representative from the Recipient Party that all such information has been destroyed. Regardless of the foregoing, each party may store Confidential Information which (i) is stored in archives or backup files or (ii) required to comply with laws and regulations, applicable company card regulations or obligations in accordance with the Service Agreement (including This provision), provided that the party continues to maintain the confidentiality of the Confidential Information in accordance with the terms of the Service Agreement and the Terms.
    3. Even though there are provisions in the Service Agreement or Provisions that are contradictory, each Party may disclose Confidential Information from the other Party to the extent that it must be disclosed in accordance with the legal order or obligation of the competent government agency or court of jurisdiction, provided that the owner of the Confidential Information must be given reasonable notice of the freedom of the order or requirements and the opportunity to file a resistance.
    4. To avoid doubts and without prejudice to the previous provisions, each Party has the right to disclose the existence of the relationship between the First Party and the Second Party which arises based on this matter and may include names, trade names, trademarks or symbols of other Parties in publication material without the need for prior written approval from the other Party.
  1. OTHER
    1. The Parties must carry out all their duties under the Service Agreement (including these Terms) as an independent contractor. Nothing in the Service Agreement can be interpreted to give one of the Parties the power to direct or control the daily activities of the other Party, or to become a Party as principal and agent, employer and employee, franchisor and franchisee, partner, joint venture , joint owners, or as participants in joint responsibility. The Parties understand and agree that, except as specifically stipulated in the Service Agreement, no Party gives the other Party the power or authority to make or give any other agreement, statement, representation, guarantee or commitment on behalf of the other Party, or to sign a contract or cause any debt or obligation, expressed or implied, on behalf of the other Party, or to transfer, release or exclude the rights, or interests of the other Party.

In carrying out any Service under the Service Agreement and Conditions, from time to time, to the extent permitted by law, the Second Party hereby agrees to permit the First Party, at the discretion of the First Party, to delegate its duties and obligations under this Service Agreement to any of its Affiliates .