Payment & Service Policy

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These Terms are effective September 27, 2016. Your continued use of the Site after that will signify your acceptance of these Instructions.

Statement of Services: Syndiko’s Investment’s LLC, a division Compassionate Certification Centers (CCC) uses merchant accounts and also the use of PayPal, Inc. to process the payments for memberships on www.compassionatecertificaationcenters.com. Syndiko’s Investment’s LLC assumes no responsibility for goods or services purchased through the site and likewise it is the responsibility of the client to assess their needs before joining the membership.

Digital Signature and Authorization

By clicking to create SIGN UP AS A MEMBER, Client gives authorization for Syndiko’s LLC, DBA Compassionate Certification Centers.com to charge their payment of method for services provided by a Freelancer through the Website.

Funding

When Client clicks to approve the funding of a payment this constitutes Client’s irrevocable agreement to pay those funds into the payment account for that monthly membership. Client hereby automatically irrevocably authorizes Syndiko’s Investments LLC (CCC) to charge Client’s Payment Method and Account in the amount so approved, Therefore, and in consideration of the services provided by Syndiko’s Investments LLC. Client agrees that once Syndiko’s LLC has charged Client’s Payment Method, the charge is non-refundable. Client agrees not to ask its credit card company, bank or other payment service provider to charge back any amount to Outsource.com for any reason. A chargeback in breach of the foregoing obligation is a material breach of this Agreement and the User Agreement If Client does so, Client hereby agrees that Outsource.com may dispute or appeal the chargeback, or institute collection action against Client, and Client agrees to repay Syndiko’s Investments LLC for the amount of the chargeback plus reasonable attorney fees and costs of collection incurred by Syndiko’s Investments LLC to recover such amounts from Client, and administrative fees in the amount of $2,000, which the Client hereby agrees is reasonable.

Non-Payment

If Client fails to pay amounts due under this Agreement, whether by cancelling Client’s credit card, initiating an improper chargeback, or any other means, Client’s CCC account will be suspended, no additional payments will be processed, and any work-in-progress will be stopped. Without limiting other available remedies, Client must reimburse CCC for amounts due upon demand, plus any applicable processing fees, charges or penalties. In its discretion, CCC may setoff amounts due against other amounts received from or held for Client, make appropriate reports to credit reporting agencies and law enforcement authorities, and cooperate with them in any resulting investigation or prosecution.

Hold on Funds

In cases of fraud, abuse or violation of this Agreement, all monies due to the Freelancer may be held and/or reclaimed, not just those from the Contract(s) under investigation.

Outsource.com Payment and Service Policy

These Terms are effective November 12, 2014. Your continued use of the Site after that will signify your acceptance of these Instructions.

Statement of Services: Outsource.com LLC (Outsource.com) uses Braintree, a division of PayPal, Inc. to process the payments for goods or services on Outsource.com. Outsource.com assumes no responsibility for good or services purchased through Outsource.com and likewise it is the responsibility of the client to assess the integrity, honesty, experience, capability, and reliability of any Freelancer with whom User communicates and/or choose to hire through this Website. Outsource.com does not Guarantee the completion of any agreement between the clients and Freelancers.

Digital Signature and Authorization

By clicking to create an offer, Client gives authorization for Outsource.com to charge their payment of method for services provided by a Freelancer through the Website.

Funding

When Client clicks to approve the funding of a payment this constitutes Client’s irrevocable agreement to pay those funds into the Tipalti payment account for that Job. Client hereby automatically irrevocably authorizes Outsource.com to charge Client’s Payment Method and Account in the amount so approved, and to deposit any amount collected into the Tipalti account. If Outsource.com cannot collect the amount of the Funding Approval for any reason, Outsource.com has no obligation with respect to the creation, funding or increased funding of the Account. Once Outsource.com has deposited such amounts into the Tipalti Account, it is non-refundable except pursuant to these Instructions. Therefore, and in consideration of the services provided by Outsource.com, Client agrees that once Outsource.com has charged Client’s Payment Method, the charge is non-refundable. Client agrees not to ask its credit card company, bank or other payment service provider to charge back any amount to Outsource.com for any reason. A chargeback in breach of the foregoing obligation is a material breach of this Agreement and the User Agreement If Client does so, Client hereby agrees that Outsource.com may dispute or appeal the chargeback, or institute collection action against Client, and Client agrees to repay Outsource.com for the amount of the chargeback plus reasonable attorney fees and costs of collection incurred by Outsource.com to recover such amounts from Client, and administrative fees in the amount of $2,000, which the Client hereby agrees is reasonable.

Dispute Policy

Outsource.com will only provide Dispute Assistance while payment has been funded, but not sent to the freelancer. To resolve a Dispute for a job, you must first submit a Dispute Notice to Outsource.com within 7 days of the alleged breach.

For any dispute arising between Client and Outsource.com the Client and Outsource.com will pursue resolution of the dispute in accordance with the Dispute Resolution Policy referenced therein. During the process of Dispute resolution set forth in those policies, Tipalti will continue to hold the pending the clients release of funds.

Responding to a Dispute

If an Initiating Party properly initiates a Dispute on the Site, the other Member (the “Opposing Party”) has 7 Business Days following the Initiating Party’s submission of the Dispute Notice Form to submit a response.

If the Opposing Party does not submit a response to the Site within 7 Business Days following the Initiating Party’s submission of the Dispute Notice Form, Outsource.com will then notify the Opposing Party and request a response. If Opposing Party does not respond to Outsource.com within three Business Days of Outsource.com notification, then Client and Freelancer will be deemed to have agreed to the remedy sought in the Dispute Notice Form

Outsource.com Dispute Assistance

If Outsource.com receives a timely Dispute Notice Form and a Dispute Response, Outsource.com will provide notice to both parties (“Call Notice”) to request that they mutually schedule a Dispute assistance call with and a Outsource.com facilitator (the “Facilitator”) to encourage a settlement of the Dispute. The Call Notice will request a response within three Business Days of delivery of such Call Notice. The Facilitator will act solely as a neutral third party and will have no further obligations. The Facilitator will not judge the Dispute and will not make any award.

If Parties Reach Agreement

Any agreement resolving a Dispute must be posted and confirmed by both parties in their message section.

If Parties are unable to Reach Agreement

By using the Site, you agree that each party to the Contract has the right to demand Arbitration of a job if the payment for Job has been funded. Any such Arbitration will be conducted by American Arbitration Association (“AAA”).

Payment of the Arbitrator

Both parties agree to pay equal amounts of the arbitration. For the avoidance of doubt the parties will each pay 50% of the total arbitration costs.

Release and Delivery of Amounts

Outsource.com is authorized to and will release applicable portions of the Funding Account to Freelancer via the Site. Client authorizes Outsource.com via Tipalti to deliver the amount of any payment for the benefit of the other party, and authorize Outsource.com via Tipalti to deliver the amount of such payment to the other party and to deduct those amounts Outsource.com is entitled to withhold pursuant to these Instructions or other Terms of Service.

Dormant Accounts

If an Account has a balance but has had no activity for 180 consecutive days after the last payment due date contained in the contract, then the Account will be “Dormant”. CCC.com is then authorized to notify the recipient of the services.

Fees and Payments

Outsource.com charges Clients a fee for the services provided to find, hire, manage, and pay freelancers. This fee is typically equal to 10% of the cost of the freelancer. In some cases, there may also be a fee charged to freelancers to withdraw funds. Disbursements are handled by Tipalti, which assesses any additional fees that are required to receive payments from Outsource.com. If Freelancer elects disbursement in a foreign currency, Tipalti adds a conversion fee to the spot rate quoted by its foreign exchange vendor.

Identity and Account Security

Outsource.com, as well as third-party services that are contracted by Outsource.com, reserves the right to validate User information at any time, including but not limited to validation against third party databases or the verification of one or more official government or legal documents that confirm the User’s identity. You authorize Outsource.com, directly or through third parties, to make any inquiries necessary to validate your identity and confirm your ownership of your email address or financial accounts, subject to applicable law. Failure to provide information about you and your business when requested is a violation of this Agreement. The User is solely responsible for ensuring and maintaining the secrecy and security of the User’s Outsource.com account password. User agrees not to disclose this password to anyone, and shall be solely responsible under all circumstances for any use of or action taken through the use of such password on the Outsource.com Platform. You must notify Outsource.com Support immediately if you suspect that your password has been lost or stolen. By using your Outsource.com User account, you acknowledge and agree the Outsource.com’s account security procedures are commercially reasonable.

Disbursements to Freelancers

Outsource.com will automatically disburse funds to Freelancers according to the payment instructions on file with Outsource.com no more than one month after funds become payable (or within six months, for amounts less than $100). Funds become payable to Freelancers working on Hourly Contracts following the expiration of the dispute period and the security period associated with each work week. Funds become payable to Freelancers working on Fixed Price Contracts after Clients accept work submitted by a Freelancer. Clients retain the ability to change the terms of a Fixed Price Contract, including the amount of money owed on a Fixed Price Contract, until they accept the work.

Disintermediation

Client shall make all payments relating to, or in any way connected with, a Service Contract (including, without limitation, bonuses) through the Outsource.com Platform. Any action that encourages or solicits complete or partial payment outside of the Outsource.com Platform is a violation of this Agreement.

Non-Payment

If Client fails to pay amounts due under this Agreement, whether by cancelling Client’s credit card, initiating an improper chargeback, or any other means, Client’s Outsource.com account will be suspended, no additional payments will be processed, and any work-in-progress will be stopped. Without limiting other available remedies, Client must reimburse Outsource.com for amounts due upon demand, plus any applicable processing fees, charges or penalties. In its discretion, Outsource.com may setoff amounts due against other amounts received from or held for Client, make appropriate reports to credit reporting agencies and law enforcement authorities, and cooperate with them in any resulting investigation or prosecution.

Hold on Funds

In cases of fraud, abuse or violation of this Agreement, all monies due to the client may be held and/or reclaimed, not just those from the Contract(s) under investigation..

Service Contract Terms Between Client and CCC

Client Payments and Billing

Client shall pay the agreed-upon amount for time spent (under Hourly-Rate Contracts) or the approved project (under Fixed-Price Contracts) to Outsource.com, and Client will have no obligation of payment to Freelancer. Freelancer agrees that it will be paid solely by Outsource.com and Freelancer will not have any recourse against Client if Freelancer is not paid by Outsource.com. For Hourly-Rate Contracts, Client is billed for hourly Freelancer Fees on a weekly basis. For payments under Fixed-Price Contracts, Client is billed immediately.

Termination of Service

If the client is not happy with the service in 6 months, 3 months will be given for free and CCC will consult you or your practice to help assist your needs. Termination must be done in writing after 6 months but no later than 1 year as funds will not be refunded if cancellation is not delivered via email request thorough our contact us now page.

Third Party Beneficiary

CDR MED and Total Front Page is hereby named as a third party beneficiary of each Service Contract.

Entire Agreement

The terms and conditions set forth in this section and any additional or different terms expressly agreed by Client and Freelancer shall constitute the entire agreement and understanding of Client and Freelancer with respect to each Service Contract and shall cancel and supersede any other prior or contemporaneous discussions, agreements, representations, warranties, and/or other communications between them.

All CCC are Non-Refundable

Compassionate Certification Centers.com as a Limited Agent

From time to time, a User may ask CCC to provide a physical or manually signed copy of this Agreement, a Service Contract, or an ancillary document (for example, to enable a User to withdraw payments from User’s foreign bank account). User hereby appoints CCC as its agent for the limited purpose of executing documents that confirm User’s activities on the CCC Platform.

Payment Methods and Invoices

Client hereby authorizes Syndiko’s Investments LLC a DBA of CCC.com and its Affiliates to run credit card authorizations on all credit cards provided by Client, to store credit card details as Client’s method of payment for Services, and to charge Client’s credit card (or any other form of payment authorized by Outsource.com or mutually agreed to between Client and CCC.com). Outsource.com and its Affiliates may, in their sole discretion, deviate from its typical billing cycle for Hourly-Rate Contracts and charge Client for any and all Time Logs at any time.

Confidential Information

The recipient shall protect the secrecy of the Confidential Information with the same degree of care as it uses to protect its own confidential information, but in no event with less than due care, and shall not: (i) disclose Confidential Information to anyone except, in the case of CCC. com, to any Client or Freelancer engaged in a Contract; and (ii) use the Confidential Information, except as necessary for the performance of Services for the relevant Service Contract (including, without limitation, the storage or transmission of Confidential Information on or through CCC.com.