Terms & Conditions

Who We Are

Trust Integrity & Compliance Limited (tic company), is a New Zealand registered company, providing services, consultancy and training in line with anti-money laundering legislation and laws in their relevant jurisdictions.

Binding terms and conditions

By accessing and using ticcompany.com, each user (user) agrees to be bound by the below terms of use that govern the use of our websites and software, and additional services (collectively, Services).

Responsibility

Users and their customers are responsible for the activity that occurs during the use of the website.

Compliance

Responsibility of compliance with the applicable anti-money laundering laws and regulations of individual jurisdictions is the responsibility of the website user and their customers.

Information only

Information held on the website is intended as information only. It is not intended to be legal or other advice on which users or their customers should rely upon. While tic company makes reasonable efforts to ensure accuracy, it does not make any representations, warranties or guarantees, whether express or implied, that the content on the website is accurate, complete or up to date.

Content

Tic company reserves the right to add content, or remove content from this website. Tic company reserves sole discretion in these decisions.

User information

If a user registers interest about tic company’s services or content on its website, using enquiry forms or electronic contact, users agree to:

  • Provide true, accurate and complete information about themselves (user information) when prompted by the website; and
  • Advise tic company of any changes promptly, to ensure that user information remains true, accurate and complete.

No illegal or unauthorised use

Tic company’s website must not be used for any illegal or unauthorised use. Users must not provide information to tic company via the website that is in breach of any privacy or confidentiality obligations, copyright, trademark or other intellectual property, proprietary or legal rights of any person or entity.

No malicious use

Users and their customers must not:

  • Introduce malicious software or potentially harmful programs or material to the website, including viruses or malware;
  • Gain, permit or facilitate unauthorised access to the website, or any related systems, servers, database or data;
  • Access the website in any other means other than those authorised by tic company;
  • Provide access to the website or services to unauthorised users without the express consent of tic company;
  • Carry out, or attempt to carry out, security breaches, circumventions, disruptions, or any other harmful or disruptive activity;
  • Transmit, publish, or communicate material that is defamatory, offensive, abusive, indecent, menacing or unwanted;
  • Use the website in breach of any person’s privacy;
  • Attempt to copy, modify, download, duplicate, display, transmit, distribute, de-compile, reverse engineer, dissemble, frame, mirror, republish or create derivative works from any portion of the Services, website, in any form by any means;
  • Access all or part of the services to build a product or service which competes with the services or website of tic company;
  • Use the services to provide services to third parties; or
  • Use the website in any way that damages, interferes with, or interrupts the supply of the website and its services.

Use on behalf of another person or entity

Any users that access the website on behalf of a company, entity or person confirms that they are fully authorised to do so and agrees to these Terms.

Tic company reserves the right to suspend or terminate access to the website and its services.

Intellectual Property and Other Rights

Users and their customers agree that tic company is the owner or licensee of all intellectual property rights existing in the website. Users must not use the website or any content on the website in any way that breaches or infringes any person’s rights (including intellectual property rights), or causes tic company to breach or infringe any person’s rights, whether directly or indirectly, deliberately or unintentionally.

Indemnity

Users indemnify, and will keep indemnified, tic company against all forms of liability, actions, proceedings, demands, costs, charges and expenses which tic company may incur, be subject to, or suffer as a result of a user, or their customer’s, interference with any person’s privacy, or breach of any intellectual property rights or other law.

Liability

The information provided by tic company to users and their customers are on an “as is” basis. Subject to any matter in respect of which it is unlawful to exclude liability under applicable law, tic company will not be liable to the customer or users for any loss or damage, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, even where foreseeable, arising under in connection with:
Use of, or inability to use, the website; or
Use of, or reliance on, any content displayed in the website.

Links to other websites or information

Links on the website do not constitute endorsement, approval, or recommendation of other websites, their operators, or their products or services, unless specifically stated by tic company.

Changes to the website

Tic company reserves the right to alter, suspend, discontinue, or restrict access to the website, with or without notice to its users and their customers. Should this occur, tic company will not be liable, provided that the changes are not fundamental in nature and do not substantially alter the use of the website.

Termination or suspension

If a user or their customer fails to comply with these terms, tic company may suspend or terminate the user’s access to the website. Tic company may refuse to provide services to the user or their customers.

Amendments

Tic company reserves the right to amend these terms, and changes to terms will be published on the website 30 days prior to the amendments taking effect. Continuing to use the website and services constitutes agreement and acceptance of amendments.

Governing law and jurisdiction

These terms, any dispute or claim arising out of, or in connection with, its subject matter (including non-contractual disputes or claims) are governed and construed in accordance with the governing laws of New Zealand.

Cookies Policy

Tic company uses cookies and similar technologies to understand website visitors and the customer base for the purposes of improving tic company services and how they are offered.

Cookies are small pieces of data – usually text files – placed on user’s computer or similar device when users access tic company websites. Tic company may supplement the information collected from users with information received from third parties, including third parties that have placed their own cookies on user devices.

Tic company use “session” cookies to keep users logged in while you use the services, to better understand how you interact with tic company services, and to monitor aggregate usage information. Tic company also uses “persistent” cookies to recognise revisiting users and remember their preferences. Tic company may also use web beacons, tags, and scripts on their website and services to help understand how their website and services are used, what other websites visitors have visited, and when an email is being opened and acted upon so that we can improve offered services.

Tic company uses Google Analytics to help analyse how users access services, compile reporting and improve the quality and relevance of services. This is offered by Google, Inc. (Google). Information generated by Google Analytics is transmitted to, and stored by, Google. Such data is subject to the privacy policies of Google. To learn more, or opt out, visit this webpage.