9. Your Electronic Commerce in Mudblu
We provide tools to help you carry out e-commerce activities in Mudblu, such as selling products or collecting donations. You are exclusively responsible for the manner of developing e-commerce activities and we assume no responsibility in this regard other than the set-up of the E-Commerce package. Also, be sure to comply with our rules related to electronic commerce; otherwise, we may terminate your Account. Finally, if you use a third party to process payments for your e-commerce activities, remember that the relationship is with them and not with us.
9.1. Inherent Responsibilities to Electronic Commerce. The Services include features that allow you to sell products or provide services to your End Users, or, in some other way, collect payments made by them (hereinafter, these activities are called “Your Electronic Commerce”). We are not part of Your Electronic Commerce, other than the set-up of the E-Commerce package, and we are not responsible in this regard. You are exclusively responsible for Your Electronic Commerce and to comply with the laws and regulations related to it, by way of example:
9.1.1. Taxes. You are solely responsible for: (a) all Taxes and fees related to Your Electronic Commerce, including Taxes related to the purchase or sale of products or services in relation to electronic commerce, although the list is not limited to them; (b) collect, report and present the mandatory taxes before the relevant government authorities; and (c) inform its End Users about the mandatory taxes and deliver invoices as required by law. You also agree that the tax estimates, reports or related materials that we provide through the Services are for illustrative purposes only and that you can not rely on them to meet the tax obligations.
9.1.2. Compliance and Distribution. You are solely responsible for complying and distributing the products and services to the End Users.
9.1.3. Claims and Guarantees. You are exclusively responsible for any claim or warranty you make in relation to Your Electronic Commerce.
9.1.4. Customer Service. You are solely responsible for managing the comments or claims related to Your Electronic Commerce, including issues related to payments, promotions, refunds and returns, but not limited to them. Accept to provide accurate and complete contact information on Your Sites so that End Users can send you comments or make complaints.
9.2. Restrictions to Electronic Commerce. You may not offer or sell products or services that, in our sole discretion: (a) may be considered dangerous, false, stolen, fraudulent, offensive or abusive; (b) are prohibited for sale, distribution or use; or (c) in any other way, do not comply with applicable laws or regulations, such as intellectual property rights, privacy or publicity, consumer protection, product safety or commercial regulations, export controls , regulations or sanctions, although not limited to them.
9.3. Suspensions to Electronic Commerce. While we would prefer not to do so, we may, at any time and at our sole discretion, and without notice, suspend, deactivate access or delete your Account, Your Sites or Your Electronic Commerce without any liability to you or to the End Users, including loss of profits, income, data, goodwill or other intangible losses (except in those cases where the law prohibits it), but without limitation. For example, we may suspend Your Electronic Commerce in case it is deemed to violate this Agreement.
9.4. Electronic Commerce Payment Processors. In order to accept payments from End Users in relation to Your Electronic Commerce, you may integrate Your Sites with external payment processors (hereinafter, the “Electronic Commerce Payment Processors”). Your relationship with said Payment Processors of Electronic Commerce is governed by the terms and policies of said Electronic Commerce Payment Processors. We do not control, and are not responsible for, the Payment Processors of electronic commerce or any type of transaction that you may perform with or through an Electronic Payment Processor. The Electronic Commerce Payment Processors are Third Party Services, as defined in Section 4.1. Although we will try to warn you in advance, you accept that, at any time, at our sole discretion and without prior notice, we can deactivate access to the Services to Electronic Commerce Payment Processors, or remove them from the Services, without any type of liability for you or the End Users, such as the loss of profits, income, data, goodwill or other intangible losses (unless prohibited by law), but not limited to them. Your Electronic Commerce Payment Processors may submit invoices for transaction fees related to Electronic Commerce transactions.