Partner Terms and Conditions
Last updated: June 26, 2023
- Bounce makes available an online platform to Partners with available storage space to connect with Customers who wish to store their items. Partners may also allow Customers to have their package(s) delivered, accepted, and picked up at their locations using the Bounce Platform.
- Please read these Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) carefully before accessing and using the Bounce Platform. They include important information about Bounce, your rights, and your obligations.
- When enrolling as a Partner, we will ask you to accept these Terms which form a legal agreement between you and Bounce. We may also ask you to accept additional terms which will supplement these Terms.
- We may change those Terms from time to time. If we make major changes, we will let you know about those changes fifteen (15) days in advance.
- If you have questions or comments about Bounce or these Terms, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are Bounce Inc., a Delaware corporation with its registered address at 548 Market St PMB 60414, in San Francisco, California. You can contact us at email@example.com.
“Booking” means a reservation made by Customer for the supply of one or more Services to be provided by Partner.
“Bounce” means Bounce Inc. (“Bounce, “we” or “us”).
“Bounce Platform” means Bounce’s websites and mobile applications, through which Customers can find, book, and pay for Services, and through which Partner can manage Bookings.
“Bounce Names, Marks, or Works” means Bounce or its licensor’s company names, logos, products or service names, trademarks, service marks, trade names, other indicia of ownership, or copyrights.
“Bounce Marks” means any trademarks, marks, and trade names that Bounce may adopt.
“Commission” means a fixed amount (in dollar, euro, or other applicable currency) for each twenty-four (24)-hour period for each Customer Property stored by Partner.
“Customer” means a customer who has purchased one or more Services from Bounce.
“Customer Property or Property” means any personal property of a Customer or Customer’s item(s) to be accepted, received, stored, and/or transferred in connection with the Services.
“Marketing Materials” means samples, stickers, signages, catalogs, literature, and any other Bounce-related marketing and promotional materials.
“Partnering Location(s)” means the Partner’s location(s) and/or premises at which the Partner offers storage space or package acceptance to Customers.
“Prohibited Items” means any items prohibited by law, Customer’s agreements with Bounce, or Bounce’s acceptable use policies.
“Services” means the secure storage, transfer, and/or package acceptance services to be provided by the Partner with respect to Customer Property and facilitated by Bounce.
1.1. Bounce provides an online platform for Partners who have available storage space at their Partnering Location(s) to connect with Customers who wish to store their Property. The Bounce Platform also allows Partners who have available storage space at their Partnering Location(s) to connect with Customers who wish to have their package(s) delivered, accepted, and picked up at such locations.
1.2. Bounce will use its best efforts to promote the availability of the Services offered at the Partnering Location(s) on the Bounce Platform.
1.3. These terms and conditions (the “Terms”) cover your access and use of the Bounce Platform. You must read carefully and agree to the Terms prior to accessing and using Bounce Platform. Your agreement to these Terms establishes a legal agreement between you and Bounce. These Terms expressly supersede prior agreements or arrangements between you and Bounce. Each of Bounce and Partner is referred to in these Terms as a “Party” and collectively as “the Parties”).
1.4. These Terms apply to the extent they do not conflict with any other terms that specifically apply to the Services. From time to time, you may be asked to agree to additional terms.
1.5. Subject to these Terms, Bounce appoints Partner as its non-exclusive representative to perform Services for Bounce and Customers at Partnering Location(s) and to market and promote the Services as a provider of such Services. Nothing in this agreement shall restrict Bounce from appointing any third party to provide services that are similar to the Services or to market, promote, identify, and refer potential customers for any services.
- GENERAL OBLIGATIONS
2.1. To be displayed on Bounce Platform, Partners must provide Bounce with all information and materials reasonably necessary to complete a profile of a Partner and Partnering Location(s) on Bounce Platform, including the Partner’s logo, email address, a description, and pictures of the Partnering Location(s), hours of operation, and other useful information Bounce may request from time to time (collectively the “Profile Information”).
2.2. Each Partner is responsible for all information made available to Customers about the Partnering Location(s) and is responsible to ensure that this information remains up to date at all times. Partners must notify Bounce and Customers about opening hours and/or any other relevant information, including but not limited to, a change of opening hours, permanent or temporary closure of Partnering Location(s), or cancellation of its Bounce Partner’s account.
2.3. If a Partner modifies its opening hours and this affects or will affect an existing or future Booking, the Partner must immediately contact Bounce at firstname.lastname@example.org. If a Partnering location is closed when a Customer arrives or if a Partner otherwise fails to fulfill its obligations under an existing Booking, including but not limited to, closing earlier than the advertised time and holding up Customer’s property at a Partnering Location, the defaulting Partner will not receive any Commission or other fee(s) for this Booking. The defaulting Partner may also be liable to Bounce for costs associated with its unfulfilled obligations under an existing Booking. These costs may include but are not limited to, the cost of shipping Customer’s Property to Customer’s location and related claims coming from a Customer who was not able to retrieve its Property due to Partner’s failure to fulfill its obligations under an existing Booking.
2.3.1. If the Commission has already been paid, the defaulting Partner will be liable for an amount equivalent to the payable Commission and/or other fee(s) and/or costs associated with its unfulfilled obligations which may be set off against, and deducted from the next Commission and/or other fee(s) payable to the defaulting Partner or from Commission(s) and/or other fee(s) which were already paid to the defaulting Partner.
2.3.2. If the Commission has not been paid yet, the defaulting Partner will be liable for an amount equivalent to the payable Commission and/or other fee(s) and/or cost(s) associated with its unfulfilled obligations which may be set off against, and deducted from existing Commission or other fee(s) payable to the defaulting Partner.
2.3.3. Bounce also reserves its right to cancel the defaulting Partner’s account in case a Partner fails to fulfill its obligations under an existing Booking.
2.4. Each Partner acknowledges and agrees that it will (i) not participate in any third-party service, website, app, or platform that offers the same or similar Services as Bounce and/or (ii) set up its own service, website, app or platform that offers the same or similar Services as Bounce while it is bound by this agreement and up to one (1) year after the termination of this agreement by either Party.
2.5. Each Partner acknowledges and agrees that it will not provide Services to any person introduced by Bounce other than through the Bounce Platform.
2.6. Partner shall not make any inaccurate statements concerning the quality, performance, or other characteristics of the Bounce Platform or the Services.
2.7. If Partner breaches Sections 2.4, 2.5, and/or 2.6, without prejudice to any other rights or remedies it may have, Bounce may decide to (i) move Partner to a lower tier and/or (ii) require the full refund of the Commission(s) or other fee(s) paid or payable to Partner by Bounce and/or (iii) cancel the Bounce Partner’s account immediately.
2.8. Partners will use their best efforts to promote the availability of the Services at the Partnering Location(s), including by prominently posting Marketing Materials provided by Bounce for such purpose, subject to reasonable size and format constraints.
2.8.1. Partners will be provided with reasonable quantities of Marketing Materials as Bounce deems necessary for proper promotions and sales presentations of the Services at Partnering location(s). Partners agree to not alter Marketing Materials.
2.8.2. Marketing Materials remain the property of Bounce and shall be returned to Bounce upon its request. If Marketing Materials are not returned promptly after Bounce made such a request, Partners must either (i) return Marketing Materials to Bounce and pay for the fee(s) associated with such return or (ii) ask Bounce to come and pick up all Marketing Materials at the Partnering Location(s) and pay for the costs associated with such pick-up.
2.9. Any behavior involving violence, sexual misconduct, harassment, fraud, discrimination, deceptive, illegal, or unsafe activity while using Bounce Platform can result in the immediate loss of your access to Bounce Platform. When law enforcement is involved, Bounce will use its best efforts to cooperate with their investigation.
2.9.1. Fraudulent activity may include but is not limited to creating dummy accounts for fraudulent purposes; claiming fraudulent Commission(s) and/or fee(s) or charge(s); intentionally requesting fraudulent or falsified Bookings; actions intended to disrupt or manipulate the normal functioning of Bounce Platform, disputing Commission(s) and/or fee(s) or charge(s) for fraudulent or illegitimate reasons; creating improper duplicate accounts; or falsifying documents, records, or other data for fraudulent purposes.
- SAFETY AND SECURITY
3.1. Each Partner will use reasonable care to protect and maintain the security of all Customer Property stored at the Partnering Location(s) and ensure they remain safe.
3.2. Customers shall not use the Services in relation to any Prohibited Items, as listed in the Terms of Service. Partners may inspect Customer Property and/or package(s) in the Customer’s presence and may require Customers to certify that their Property or package(s) does not include any Prohibited Items listed in the Terms of Service. If the Partner has reason to believe that Customer Property is or contains a Prohibited Item, the Partner may reject such Customer Property or refuse to collect such package in its reasonable discretion and without responsibility to Customer. The Partner must immediately report such rejection and the reason for such rejection to Bounce, along with any other suspicious activity Partner identifies with respect to Customer Property, Partner’s safety, and/or security by contacting email@example.com.
- QUALITY STANDARD
4.1. Partners agree to maintain a high standard of quality for the Services. A high standard of quality includes but is not limited to maintaining high Customer ratings and a high number of satisfactory Customer reviews, having a low number of unserved Customers, and not accepting unreserved bookings.
4.2. Higher-quality Partnering Location(s) will receive a higher commission. Every month Partners will be assessed based on objective criteria, including but not limited to those described above, and will be assigned to a Partner Tier (White, Standard, Plus, and Premium).
- PAYMENT, COMMISSION, AND FEE
5.1. Partners explicitly agree that all financial transactions between the Parties will be processed by Stripe, a third-party electronic money institution that provides a payment system, embedded in the Bounce Platform. Payment processing services for Partners are provided by Stripe and are subject to Stripe Connected Account Management, which includes the Stripe Terms of Service (collectively, the “Stripe Services Agreement”). Partners are required to complete the Stripe Connect Onboarding and shall add their payment and business details into Stripe to allow for the direct deposit of Commission(s) and other fee(s) relating to the Services.
5.2. By agreeing to these Terms, you agree to be bound by the Stripe Services Agreement. You agree to provide Bounce with accurate and complete information about you, and your business and you authorize us to share information related to your use of the payment processions services provided by Stripe.
5.3. Bounce is not regulated by any financial supervisory authority. All payment services that require an authorization, license, or registration are provided by Stripe. Bounce is not a payment services provider in the terms defined by Directive (EU) 2015/2366 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2015 on payment services in the internal market (“PSD2”). Bounce acts as a technical service provider, by supporting, via the Bounce Platform, the provision of payment services by Stripe, in the terms defined by Article 3(j) PDS2.
5.4. The right to receive the respective Commission(s) and other fee(s) is earned after a Customer completes payment for the Service(s) and after Partner has performed the Service(s). To the extent permitted by law, any Customer chargebacks will result in the reversal of payment and associated chargeback fees. In no event shall Bounce be obligated to reimburse Partners for any expenses incurred by Partners in performing their obligations under these Terms other than the ones Bounce agreed to cover.
5.5. Provided that Partners have fully completed the Stripe Connect Onboarding, entered their payment and business details into Stripe, and respected their obligations under these Terms and any other applicable terms, the payment of Commission(s) and other fee(s), are made to Partners at the beginning of each month. Commission(s) and other fee(s) will be paid in the agreed-upon currency and subject to all applicable laws and regulations.
5.6. Partners allow Bounce to make allowances and adjustments and write off Partners’ accounts as debts via Stripe in each case as Bounce deems advisable. To the extent permitted by law, Partners agree that Bounce may charge back to Partners’ Stripe account any amounts previously paid or credited to it with respect to such allowances, adjustments, or debts.
5.7. Under no circumstances may Partners accept or solicit payment from Customers in cash, direct bank transfer, card payments on their payment terminal, or means of payment other than the ones authorized by Bounce. Any breach of this Section may result in the cancellation of your Bounce account.
5.8. If Partner is found by Bounce to be knowingly involved in the acceptance or solicitation of payment directly from Customers, outside Bounce Platform, Partner agrees to pay Bounce the corresponding Commission that would have been due had the Booking been conducted in accordance with these Terms. Partners may be liable to compensate Bounce for damages associated with the acceptance or solicitation of payment directly from Customers, outside the Bounce Platform.
6.1. Partner may accept and securely store Property from Customers who have purchased this Service through the Bounce Platform at Partnering Location(s).
6.2. When requested by Customer to accept and securely store Customer Property, Partner will (i) verify Customer’s reservation by confirming the Booking confirmation sent by Bounce to the Partner; (ii) check Customer in on Bounce Platform; (iii) attach a printed tag(s) to the Customer Property; (iii) rip the bottom of such tag(s) and give it to Customer; (iv) store such Customer Property in a secure location; (v) check Customer out on Bounce Platform and (v) return Customer Property in the same condition as it was received to Customer upon Customer’s request and presentation of the relevant tag(s) bottoms. Exceptionally, Partners may have to transfer Customer Property to Bounce or its authorized courier for transportation, per Bounce’s instructions.
6.3. Partners may accept and securely store Customer Property at a Partnering Location(s) even if Customer did not make a prior booking. In this case, Partner must direct Customer to https://usebounce.com to place a booking or ask Customer to scan a QR code to record the booking. Section 6(2) remains fully applicable.
6.4. Partners can only accept Customer Property that has been booked (before entering the Partnering Location or directly at the Partnering Location) and registered via Bounce Platform. Accepting and storing Customer Property without any records in the Bounce Platform will be considered a breach of these Terms. Doing so also exposes Partners to liability as the BounceShield™ Protection will not apply to Customer Property that has not been booked and registered via Bounce Platform.
6.4.1. If Partners accept an unbooked and unregistered Customer Property, Bounce reserves its right to move Partners to a lower tier and/or to delist Partners.
6.4.2. If Partner accepts an unbooked and unregistered Customer Property, Bounce also reserves its right, at its sole discretion, to remove the BounceShield™ Protection for all Bookings made at the same time at the Partnering Location.
6.5. Partners shall be entitled to a Commission for each Customer’s use of this Service at the Partnering Location and provided that these Terms are respected.
6.6. Partners have the right to dispose of any Customer Property left behind after the Customer's designated check-out date and time if no contact has not been made by Customer within three (3) business days. Partners understand and agree that Bounce is not responsible for any compensation to Partners in the event that Partners decide to retain such Property.
- PACKAGE ACCEPTANCE
7.1. Partners may opt-in to collect package(s) from carriers on behalf of Customers. Partners agree to receive, accept, and securely store, at Partnering Location(s), package(s) from Customers who have purchased this Service through Bounce Platform. When package(s) arrive at the Partnering Location, Partner must (i) scan package(s) into Bounce Platform and check the package(s) -in; (ii) hand package(s) over to Customers when they come to the Partnering Location(s) to pick them up and (iii) show Customers the package(s) delivery confirmation.
7.2. Partners may be responsible for the loss or theft of package(s) which have not been handled in accordance with Section 7(1).
7.3. Partners shall be entitled to a fixed fee per package handled in accordance with the above description and picked up by Customer of this Service at the Partnering Location. Partners may be entitled to an extra fee(s) for (i) items that weigh more than a certain fixed weight and (iI) late pickup fees.
7.4. When Partners receive a package at the Partnering Location(s) that includes “BOUNCE” in the shipping address, Partners must scan the shipment by navigating to their Bounce URL provided in the email and on the Bounce poster containing the QR Code. On that URL, Partners must either take a photograph of the label or enter the pin code which can be found on the package(s) next to “BOUNCE:” When Customer arrives at Partnering Location(s) to collect the package, Partner must ask Customer to show the package notification via email or app screen. Once Partner confirms that the package was collected on behalf of Customer, Partner must hand over the package to Customer.
7.5. Partners have the right to refuse a package if they do not feel comfortable accepting it. Partners have the right to refuse oversized packages. The Partner must immediately report such rejection and the reason for it by contacting support firstname.lastname@example.org.
7.6. Customers must collect packages within the time limit set out in their subscription plan. Bounce may attempt to reach Customer and arrange the collection of the package(s) by the Customer. Partners may be entitled to late fees to be paid by Customers.
8.1. Partners acknowledge and agree that it is solely responsible for determining and paying applicable tax(es), accounting, and reporting requirements. Bounce cannot and will not provide any tax or accounting-related advice to Partners.
9.1. Each Partner is responsible for obtaining and maintaining its own insurance in relation to the Services, including but not limited to (i) checking its relevant insurance policies to determine whether damages to its property caused by Customer Property being stored is covered; (ii) notifying all relevant insurers and other relevant third parties and (iii) ensuring that any other relevant insurance policies cover it for any damages resulting from goods stored in accordance with these Terms.
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
10.1. As between the Parties, Bounce owns exclusively and retains all rights, title, and interest in and to all intellectual property rights embodied in or related to Bounce Platform (including Bounce Names, Marks, or Works) and any other materials or information provided or made available by Bounce to Partners or that Partner otherwise obtained or had access to in connection with these Terms and the Services (including but not limited to these Terms and our Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQs”).
10.2. Partners hereby grant to Bounce a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, sublicensable license to reproduce, modify for the purposes of formatting, distribute, create derivative works of, publicly display, publicly perform, and otherwise use Partner’s Profile Information on Bounce Platform and otherwise in connection with marketing, offering, and providing Bounce Platform and facilitating the Services. Partner reserves all other rights, including all intellectual property rights, in and to the Profile Information.
10.3. Both Bounce and Partners shall have the right to indicate to the public that Partner is an authorized provider of Partnering Location(s), to Bounce, and to advertise the availability of the Services at such Partnering Location(s) under the Bounce Marks. Partners shall not alter or remove any Bounce Mark from any materials Bounce provides to Partners. Except as set forth in this Section, nothing contained in these Terms shall grant to Partners any right, title, or interest in any Bounce Mark, and all goodwill associated with Partner’s use of Bounce Marks hereunder shall inure solely to Bounce. At no time shall Partner challenge or assist others to challenge any Bounce Mark or the registration thereof or attempt to register any trademarks, marks, or trade names confusingly similar to any Bounce Mark. Partners shall submit all representations of Bounce Marks that Partners intend to use for approval of the design, color, and other details or shall use exact copies of those used by Bounce.
11.1. Partner acknowledges that in connection with the Services, Partner will have access to certain information and materials that may include but are not limited to Bounce Platform and Services, plans, Customers, technology, and products that are confidential and of substantial value to Bounce. Partners shall not use in any way for their own account or the account of any third party any such confidential information of Bounce, except as necessary to perform their obligations or exercise their rights under these Terms.
11.2. Partners shall not disclose to any third party any such confidential information of Bounce.
11.3. Partners shall (i) take every reasonable precaution to protect the confidentiality of such information; (ii) implement reasonable procedures to prohibit the disclosure, unauthorized duplication, misuse, or removal of Bounce’s confidential information, and (iii) disclose Bounce’s confidential information only to those of its employees with a need to know such confidential information in order for Partners to perform Partner’s obligations or exercise Partner’s rights under these Terms, and who are bound by a written agreement at least as protective of Bounce’s confidential information as set out in these Terms.
11.4. Without limiting the foregoing, Partners shall use at least the same procedures and degree of care which it uses to prevent the disclosure and misuse of its own confidential information
11.5. In the event of termination, Partners shall not use or disclose any confidential information of Bounce for any purpose. If Partner breaches any of its obligations with respect to confidentiality or the use of such confidential information, Bounce shall be entitled to seek equitable relief to protect its interests, including injunctive relief, and Partner shall indemnify and hold Bounce harmless against all losses, costs, expenses and liabilities arising as a result of any breach by Partner of these Terms.
- WARRANTIES; DISCLAIMER
12.1. Each Party represents and warrants that it has all necessary power and authority to agree to these Terms and that these Terms do not conflict with any other agreement to which such Party is a party. Partner represents and warrants that it is qualified to do business at the Partnering Locations, that it has all the applicable authorizations, licenses, and insurances in place, and that it will provide the Services in a professional and workmanlike manner, consistent with these Terms and all applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards.
12.2. Except for the express warranties contained in Section 12.1, Bounce hereby disclaims all representations and warranties with respect to the Bounce platform, the Services, and these Terms, whether express, implied, statutory, or otherwise, including, but not limited to any implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
13.1. Bounce will defend Partner against or, at Bounce’s option, settle any third-party claim, action, or proceedings brought against Partner to the extent that such claims allege that the Bounce Platform or Partner’s or Customers’ use thereof infringes any third-party patents or copyrights, and Bounce will indemnify Partner against all damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses awarded by a court of competent jurisdiction with respect to such claims or agreed to by Bounce in settlement of such claims.
13.2. Partner will defend Bounce against or, at Partner’s option, settle any third-party claim, action, or proceedings brought against Bounce to the extent that such claims allege facts that would constitute a breach of Partner’s warranties under Section 12.1, and Partner will indemnify Bounce against all damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses awarded by a court of competent jurisdiction with respect to such claims or agreed to by Partner in settlement of such claims.
13.3. Each Party, when acting as the indemnified Party under Section 13, will give the other Party (i) prompt written notice of all claims for which it seeks indemnification; (ii) sole control over the defense and/or settlement of such claims; and (iii) all information and assistance reasonably requested by the indemnifying Party in connection with the defense and settlement of such claims, at the indemnifying Party’s expense.
- LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
14.1. To the extent permitted by applicable statutory law, In no event shall either party be liable for any cost of substitute goods or services or for consequential, special, incidental, or indirect damages, however, caused, arising out of or related to these Terms, including but not limited to lost profits, even if a party has been advised of the possibility of such damages. in no event shall either party’s liability arising out of or in connection with these Terms exceed the amount paid or payable to Partners under these Terms, These limitations shall apply notwithstanding any failure of the essential purpose of any limited remedies. The parties agree that the foregoing limitations represent a reasonable allocation of risk under these Terms. The foregoing limitations of liability shall not apply to damages caused by a party’s gross negligence, willful misconduct, or breaches of Sections 10, 11, and 13.
- TERM AND TERMINATION
15.1. This Agreement is valid for one (1) calendar year from the date of signing or from the date Partners accept these Terms and it shall be renewed automatically for one (1) calendar year unless either Party terminates at least thirty (30) days before expiration.
15.2. Either Party may terminate this agreement for any or no reason by giving thirty (30) days prior written notice to the other Party in writing.
15.3. In case of termination by a Partner before the thirty (30) days prior written notice which resulted in unserved bookings or unserved package acceptance, Partners acknowledge and agree that the Commission(s) and fee(s) in relation to these will be forfeited. Partners may also be liable for costs, including but not limited to advertising costs, which were incurred by Bounce as a result of Partner terminating the agreement before the thirty (30) days prior written notice as required by section 15(2).
15.4. If a Party materially breaches these Terms, the other Party may terminate the agreement immediately.
15.5. After termination, subject to all the provisions of these Terms, in particular, Partners shall be entitled to Commission(s) and fees to Partner for Services provided prior to termination. Bounce may withhold, for up to six (6) months, the payment of Commissions and fee(s) after the effective date of termination if Bounce determines that there may be sufficient credits or other adjustments which warrant such action.
15.6. Sections 1, 3, 5, and 10.1, 11, 13, 14, 15.3 and 15.5, and 17.1., 17.5 and 17.6 shall survive any termination of this agreement. Upon termination, the Partner shall immediately: (i) cease any further use of Bounce Marks; (ii) cease any promotions or marketing of or related to the Services; (iii) return or destroy all materials related to the Services, including any Confidential Information and (iv) return all Marketing Materials and pay the associated costs where applicable and/or acknowledge and agree that Bounce may come and pick up all Marketing Materials at the Partner’s Participating Location at its sole discretion.
- GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
16.1. Except if any mandatory local regulation states otherwise, these Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of California. Each party irrevocably agrees that the courts of California shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim (including non-contractual disputes or claims) arising out of or in connection with these Terms or their subject matter or formation.
17.1. The relationship of the Parties under these Terms is that of independent contractors. Neither Party will be deemed to be an employee, or legal representative of the other for any purpose and neither will have any right, power, or authority to create any obligation or responsibility on behalf of the other.
17.2. This Agreement may not be assigned, sublicensed, or transferred by the Partner without prior written consent from Bounce. Any attempted assignment in violation of this Section shall be null and void. This Agreement may be freely assigned or otherwise transferred by Bounce to investors or affiliates of Bounce.
17.3. Any waiver of the provisions of these Terms or of a Party's rights or remedies under these Terms must be in writing to be effective. Failure, neglect, or delay by a Party to enforce the provisions of these Terms or its rights or remedies at any time, will not be construed as a waiver of such Party's rights under these Terms and will not in any way affect the validity of the whole or any part of these Terms or prejudice such Party's right to take subsequent action.
17.4. If any term, condition, or provision in these Terms is found to be invalid, unlawful, or unenforceable to any extent, the Parties shall endeavor in good faith to agree to such amendments that will preserve, as far as possible, the intentions expressed in these Terms. If the Parties fail to agree on such an amendment, such invalid term, condition or provision will be severed from the remaining terms, conditions, and provisions, which will continue to be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law
17.5. These Terms supersede all previous communications, representations, understandings, and agreements, oral or written, between the Parties. Partners may be asked to accept additional Terms but these won’t supersede the present Terms, only complement them.
17.6. We may decide to amend these terms from time to time. If we decide to make major changes to these terms, we will notify you in writing fifteen (15) days in advance.