TERMS & CONDITIONS
All advertisements are accepted only subject to the approval of the Publisher and are placed at its discretion. Advertisements may be altered by the Publisher in any way they consider necessary without consulting the Advertiser.
The Publisher reserves the right to decline, omit or suspend publication of the whole or part of any advertisement without giving notice or a reason to the Advertiser.
Publication and display of the Advertisement is not guaranteed on any particular day. Advertisers will not place an advertisement with the Publisher which infringes the copyright or privacy, or is defamatory of a third party or does not comply with all applicable laws and regulations including but not limited to the Advertising Code of the Committee of Advertising Practice as enforced by the Advertising Standards Authority, and shall indemnify the Publisher from all liabilities arising in connection with any breach of this condition.
Cancellation refunds are available up until the cancellation deadline, when we shall start work on your order. If an order is accepted less than two days before publication we cannot then accept a subsequent request for a cancellation refund because we shall have started work. Cancellations by telephone and email will only be accepted within office hours. You can also cancel by writing to Online Ad Production, Herald and Times Group, 200 Renfield Street, Glasgow G2 3QB or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org for receipt before the cancellation deadline.
The Publisher will not be liable for any loss or claim whatsoever caused by the non-insertion of any or part of any advertisement or by any errors, misprints, omissions or delays in the printing of any advertisement except by reason of its own negligence, in which case the Advertiser will be entitled to a re-insertion or a proportionate refund. We shall not be liable in any case for any indirect losses, including for example losses relating to any business or public fund-raising, lost customers, revenue or profit.
All materials are sent to the Publisher at the Advertiser's risk and the Publisher accepts no responsibility for their safekeeping. The copyright in work or material the Publisher contributes to or re-works for an advertisement belongs to the Publisher.
Payment for advertisements is due in advance of publication, unless the Publisher has agreed to open a credit account for the Advertiser, in which case, unless otherwise agreed, payment will be due within thirty days of the invoice date. Payment should be made by cash, cheque, credit card, debit card, BACS or electronic bank transfer. If payment is not received by the due date the Publisher will be entitled to: (a) cancel any credit accounts; (b) suspend any further advertisements; and (c) charge interest on all overdue sums at a rate of 4% above the base lending rate of Lloyds TSB bank plc from time to time until payment in full is made. The Publisher will charge a reasonable administrative fee (not being less than £15) if any payments made by the Advertiser are dishonoured.
The Publisher shall not be liable if its publishing activities are restricted or prevented by any law, act or event beyond its reasonable control (including, for example, industrial dispute). In such case, the Advertiser shall accept publication when available or otherwise may cancel the order by notice and pay only for work done and materials used.
The Publishers reserve the right to cancel or alter any of the terms and conditions or advertising rates at any time.
These terms are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Scotland.
The Herald, the Evening Times and The Sunday Herald are trading names of Newsquest (Herald & Times) Limited, a company incorporated in Scotland (No. 11138) and with a registered office at 200 Renfield Street, Glasgow, G2 3QB, registered for VAT with number 667 8301 08
Telephone number - 0141 302 7000; Fax number - 0141 302 7626 Email - email@example.com
This advertisement booking service is operated by Newsquest (Herald & Times) Ltd, a Gannett company. Newsquest (Herald & Times) Ltd is registered with the Information Commissioner in the UK and adheres to the Data Protection Act 1998.
To complete an advertisement booking via this site you will need to provide your name, your address, email, and payment details. Your payment details will be removed as soon as the booking is processed.
The rest of the information, including the advertisement text, will be stored for up to 3 years from the date of booking. This information will be used by Newsquest for the purpose of administration, marketing, credit scoring and obtaining credit references, profiling customer purchasing preferences and monitoring use of and improving this advertisement booking service. Advertisers consent to their communications with us being monitored or recorded for quality and training purposes.
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Please be advised that if you book an advert through our Fast Ads Online system, The Herald, The Sunday Herald and The Evening Times will NEVER contact you without the appropriate reference number and ask for your credit/debit card details.