PrimeSiteUK.Com - Rent-A-Website

This service has been designed to help and assist small business owners by offering a low, simple, creative solution to getting a website presence at an affordable cost starting from just £25.00 per month – No Catch, No Contract, Cancel At ANY time!

For transparency, the following outlines what we will provide to the Client …

The agreement contained in this “Website Rental Agreement” is between PRIMESITEUK, (“the Company”) and you (“the Client”) constitutes the sole agreement between the Company and the Client regarding renting a website from the Company.

SCOPE OF SERVICE

  • The Company will build the Client a rented WordPress website,
  • The Company will use the latest theme design and technology,
  • The Company will consult with the Client each stage of the process,
  • The Company will host the Client’s website on a shared web server using Litespeed,
  • The Company will optimise the Client’s website for maximum rendering/viewing through Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc,
  • The Company will provide the Client with a dedicated webmail facility to access email on any device, anywhere, anytime,
  • The Company will provide SSL (secure) connection to both their email and website,
  • The Company will provide the Client email details to use on their own email client such as MS Outlook,
  • The Company will maintain the functionality of the Client’s website through weekly checks,

GUIDED OR QUICK LAUNCH WEBSITE BUILDING OR REBUILDING

  • During the “Build Phase” edits are unlimited in scope, unless work outside of the original scope of work is requested, in which time a separate invoice may be sent out after an agreed-upon amount.
  • Launch times are contingent on the responsiveness of the Client and readiness, availability, and completeness of the content provided by the Client. Deadlines cannot be given.
  • The Company agrees to design, publish, and maintain a website for the Client according to agreed-upon specifications and the package option(s) selected.
  • The Client is solely responsible for supplying website content and images. The Company can assist the Client in developing website content and images.
  • The Client must follow the theme template design, these ‘basic customisations’ are limited to :
  • Replacing text content,
  • Replacing image content,
  • Colour changes,
  • Font changes,
  • Removing existing functionality and/or content already on the theme chosen,
  • Other minor* requests (*to be determined by the Company),
  • Any additional work not specified in this contract must be authorised in writing using email.
  • The Client may change their website theme at any time for a one-time fee of £297.00.
  • Once a theme is changed the content gathering process starts over for the specific template.

CUSTOM WEBSITE BUILDING OR REBUILDING (BUILD PHASE)

  • During the “Build Phase” edits are unlimited in scope, unless work outside of the original scope of work is requested, in which time a separate invoice may be sent out after an agreed-upon amount.
  • Launch times are contingent on the complexity of the build, responsiveness of the Client, and readiness, availability, and completeness of the content provided by the Client. Deadlines cannot be given.
  • The Company agrees to design, publish, and maintain a website for the Client according to agreed-upon specifications and the package option(s) selected.
  • The Client is solely responsible for supplying website content and images. The Company can assist the Client in developing website content and images.
  • The Company holds the ability to deny or cancel the build if requested customizations are out-of-scope of originally discussed build requests.

ACCEPTING AND AGREEING TO WEBSITE CONTENT AND LAUNCH

Before the Client’s website is launched, the Client will :

  • Receive an email from the Company asking the Client to check and confirm the website content,
  • Where any changes are required, the Client will be responsible for verifying content and advise on any/all changes required,
  • Where satisfied, the Client will email the Company confirming acceptance of the website theme, content, and construction,
  • Upon receipt of the above, the Clients website will be launched / made LIVE
  • The first initial payment of  : £50.00 will then be called by the Company and thereafter, £25.00 per month

LAUNCH AND POST LAUNCH

  • The Client can either change nameservers (the Company manages DNS records) or A records  (the Client manages DNS records) to point to Company hosting. The Company can assist with this process if necessary.
  • Email records (MX records) can be changed (if namesevers have been changed) to point to the third-party email used by the Client.
  • Third-party email services are required for email addresses to be used by the Client’s domain.
  • The Client may forward/redirect any owned domains to the domain in which the website is built.
  • Once the website is live on the Client’s domain, the website official is out of the “Build Phase” and has entered the “Launched Phase.”
  • WordPress user accounts may be created for the Client limited to ‘Editor’ user role. Additional permissions may be allowed upon request and review – administrator access will not be allowed.
  • The Company represents to the Client the finished assembled work of the web pages produced by the Company is owned by the Company.
  • Google Analytics may be installed on the website at the Clients request for a fee of no more than £35.00. Full manager access may be granted. Only the Client’s website email account may access their Google Analytics Account.
  • Any additional customisations performed by the Company to the Client’s website must be estimated out, and approved by the Client. Once work hours are determined, work can be attributed to the monthly allotted hours, and/or packaged hours can be purchased to make customisations exceeding allotted time.
  • The Company retains the right to display graphics and other web design elements as examples of their work in their respective portfolios.
  • Once the website has entered the “Launched Phase” the Client will have seven (7) days for any final requests that would otherwise be made in the “Build Phase.” After seven (7) days, all edits and requests are subject to the “On-Going Management & Maintenance” guidelines.

ON-GOING MANAGEMENT & MAINTENANCE (LAUNCHED PHASE)

  • Guided Plan users receive a maximum of 30 minutes per month (“Technical Support Time”), following the “Build Phase,” to be assessed to any website edits, consultations, or other “specialist time” spent on your website. This does not include time spent on the initial build.
  • Custom Plan users receive a maximum of 120 minutes per month (“Technical Support Time”), following the “Build Phase,” to be assessed to any website edits, consultations, or other “specialist time” spent on your website. This does not include time spent on the initial build.
  • ‘Simple Sites’ Plan users do not receive monthly maintenance time allotments, and any additional work (post-launch) will be billed at £120.00 per hour.
  • Time in excess of the allotted hours will be billed at £120.00 per hour.
  • The Client will be warned when allotted hours have been exhausted.
  • “Editing Time” does not roll over to the next month.
  • “Editing Time” resets to 0:00 minutes used on the 1st of each month.
  • The Client may request Company to make changes to hosting settings on their behalf which must first be approved by the Company.
  • The Client will not have access to hosting settings  (ex. cPanel). DNS settings can be managed if the Client chooses to launch with A record pointing instead of nameserver pointing.

AUTHORSHIP & CREDIT

  • The Client agrees that the Company may put a byline and hyperlink on the bottom pages of the Client’s website establishing authorship credit and copyright notice and that the Company may advertise the Client’s website as an example of their work.
  • The Client may request the Company’s copyright be hidden at the one-time cost of £199.00 the Company will ‘blend’ the copyright so as to not be visible to standard viewing practices. Copyright will not be completely removed from the website.

PERFORMANCE

  • In no event will the Company be liable to the Client or any third party for any damages, including any lost profits, lost savings, or other incidental, consequential, or special damages arising out of the operation of or inability of website usage.

WARRANTIES

  • The Company represents and warrants to the Client that it has the experience and ability to perform services required by this Agreement; that it will perform said services in a professional and competent manner: that it has the power to enter into and perform this agreement.

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

  • The Client acknowledges that the services rendered by the Company under this Agreement shall be solely as an independent contractor. It is expressly understood that this undertaking is not a joint venture.

CONFIDENTIALITY

  • The Company recognises and acknowledges that this Agreement creates a confidential relationship between the Company and the Client and that information concerning the Client’s business affairs, the Clients, vendors, finances, properties, methods of operations, computer programs, and documentation, and other such information, whether written, oral, or otherwise, is confidential in nature.
  • All such information concerning the Client is hereinafter collectively referred to as “Confidential Information”.

NON-DISCLOSURE

  • The Company agrees that, except as directed by the Client, it will not at any time during or after the term of this Agreement disclose any Confidential Information to any person whatsoever and that upon the termination of this Agreement it will turn over to the Client all documents, papers, and other matter in its possession or control that relate to the Client.

NO RESELLERS

The Client may not act as a reseller i.e. use our services for the purpose of re-selling to a third-party client. Should this be the case, the commissioned and/or active website will be terminated – NO REFUND WILL BE MADE.

If a Client wishes to act as a website reseller, you must, in the first instance, contact the development team.

COMPENSATION AND TERMS

  • The initial setup charge is due before work is begun.
  • The initial term of the agreement is month-to-month.
  • The monthly rental charge of £25.00 unless otherwise agreed and is dependent upon the Website package chosen by the Client.
  • The Client invoiced amount may change if the Client requires the Company to make changes on the Client’s website.

TERMINATION

  • The Client must pay via PayPal each and every month notice of which will be sent to the Clients main email address.
  • The Company will not begin work on the website until payment for the setup charge is received – £50.00.
  • If the Client misses a payment, an email notification will be sent from the Company to the Client which will be sent to the Client’s main email address.
  • If Company does not receive the Client’s payment within five (5) days, the Company reserves the right to disable the Client’s website until payment is made in full which will include a late payment fee of £10.00.
  • If the Clients website is “suspended” due to payment failure, a reactivation fee of £35.00 will apply.

PAUSING SERVICES

  • The Client may/has the right to pause services at any time.
  • During paused services, the Client website will be put in a “holding” state. This request can be made by email to : support at primesiteuk.com
  • The Client may re-instate services for no charge during the remainder of their current paid month/cycle.
  • There will be a reactivation fee of £35.00 to reactivate an account for the first 30 days after the Client’s current paid month.
  • After 30 days of paused services, the Client’s website will be deleted – a warning email will be sent prior to deletion.

PAYMENTS

  • The Client may terminate the agreement at any time by notifying the Company in writing.
  • Termination submitted by email meets this requirement.
  • The Company will disable the website after the active paid month once the termination notice is received from the Client unless requested by the Client to end before the end of the paid month.

LAWS AFFECTING ELECTRONIC ECOMMERCE

  • From time to time governments enact laws and levy taxes and tariffs affecting Internet electronic commerce. The Client agrees that the Client is solely responsible for complying with such laws, taxes, and tariffs, and will hold harmless, protect, and defend the Company from any claim, suit, penalty, tax, or tariff arising from the Client’s exercise of Internet electronic commerce.
  • If any provision of this agreement shall be unlawful, void, or for any reason is unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from this agreement and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions.

OWNERSHIP

  • The Company retains ownership of all web design, features, and functionality created on a domain until acquired by the Client under Purchase Terms.
  • The Client, where applicable, retains rights to all of their own provided text and graphic content.
  • The Client may not “transfer out” the website and/or its content unless the said website is purchased / bought out by the Client after the agreed initial rental period of 18 months,
  • The Company retains full ownership of the Clients website during the rental period.

PURCHASE

  • Rental websites provided are valued after 18 months of service and can be purchased/buyout at any time after that rental period,
  • Value is determined by the time spent, the complexity of the site, and customisations made – typically £1,700.00,
  • The Company will assist in handing off administrator access and full control to the Client,
  • When the Client purchases/buy-out their website, will not include ongoing web hosting services, such will be £25.00 per month,
  • Following a purchase, all recurring management services/fees will end unless otherwise instructed.

COPYRIGHTS

The Client guarantees that any elements of text, graphics, photography, trademarks, or other artwork provided by the Client are owned by the Client, or that the Client retains permission to use them. The Client will hold the Company harmless against any and all claims, losses, or costs (including court costs and reasonable solicitors/legal fees), arising out of or resulting from the use of unlicensed text, artwork, and photography.

When you the Client confirm and accepts the responsibility of a website, it also includes images and content, no matter where they were originally derived.

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMISATION (SEO)

Although the development of the website will follow SEO guidelines and best practices, the Company can legally and ethically make no guarantee or promise of specific results or rank on search engines.

OTHER LEGAL STUFF

The Company cannot guarantee that the functions contained in any web page templates or theme or in the completed website will remain error-free forever. The Company is not liable to the Client or any third party for damages, including lost profits, lost savings, or other incidental, consequential or special damages arising out of the operation of or inability to operate the website and any other web pages, even if the Client has advised the Company the possibilities of such damages. If any provision of this agreement shall be unlawful, void, or for any reason is unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from this agreement and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions. The contract cannot be transferred to anyone other than the Client without the permission of the Company.

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall either party or its subsidiaries or affiliates be liable to the other party for any incidental, consequential, indirect, special, or punitive damages (including, but not limited to, lost profits (except on the Company’s fees for services), business interruption, loss of business information or other pecuniary loss, and including any of such alleged to result from such party’s exercise of its rights under this agreement) regardless of whether such liability is based on breach of contract, tort (including negligence), strict liability, breach of warranties, failure of essential purpose or otherwise and even if advised of the possibility of such damages.

The parties understand and agree that the exclusions and limitations of liability set forth in this section represent the parties’ agreement as to the allocation of risk between them in connection with their respective obligations under this agreement. The fees payable to the Company reflect and are set in reliance upon, this allocation of risk and the exclusions and limitations of liability.

THIRD PARTY RIGHTS

The Company represents, warrants, and covenants to the Client that, (a) the Company’s contribution to the Design Services constitute wholly original work; and (b) to the best of the Company’s knowledge, the Company’s contributions to the Design Work do not violate, infringe upon or misappropriate any third party rights. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company has not conducted any trademark clearance and makes no representation as to the availability of any element of the Design Work for the Company’s use as a trademark or service mark. The Client shall be solely responsible for conducting any and all trademark clearance in connection with any element of the Design Work.

INDEMNIFICATION

Each party will defend, indemnify, and hold the other party, its affiliates, and each of their respective officers, employees, affiliates, and agents harmless from and against all third party claims, suits, judgments, losses, damages, fines, or costs (including reasonable outside solicitors/legal fees and expenses) related to or arising out of such party’s gross negligence, willful misconduct or material breach of this Agreement. The parties’ obligations under this paragraph will survive the expiration and/or termination of this Agreement.

TIMELINES

Constant communication and follow-up feedback via telephone, in person, or email between the Company and the Client is necessary to complete assignments on a timely basis and is a huge factor in the estimated timeline.

The Client is wholly responsible for any/all delays i.e. failure to respond in a timely manner to emails, questions, etc toward the formation of their website.

This service has been designed to help and assist small business owners by offering a low, simple, creative solution to getting a website presence at an affordable cost starting from just £25.00 per month.

If you have any questions or if we can help, please contact us