Terms & Conditions
This agreement governs the use of the Business Tax Centre website, including all associated and incidental services provided by Business Tax Centre resulting from the use of this website.
Business Tax Centre reserves the right, at its discretion, to change or modify all or any part of this Agreement at any time, effective immediately upon notice published on the website. Your use of the Business Tax Centre website constitutes your binding acceptance of these terms and conditions, including any changes or modifications made by Business Tax Centre as permitted above.
Cash Back for Sucessful Bank Account Applications
The account must be opened via the introduction made by Business Tax Centre Limited and not direct with any bank.
Once your application has been accepted and bank account opened, please log back into your online portal, select ‘Request Cash Back’ from the menu and follow the instructions, we will confirm the details with the relevant bank or partner; and then refund the cash back directly to your new company.
All bank account applications are subject to the normal UK bank’s money laundering & credit check procedures and is only available to companies whose officers and beneficial owners are all UK residents. Companies having nominee or corporate officers are not eligible for the Business Current Account. The bank accounts must be opened and all claims for cash back must be made within three months of the incorporation date in order to qualify for the cash back..
Anti-Money Laundering Policy & Procedures
As one of the leading company formation agent, which is a regulated activity, Business Tax Centre always adheres to rules & regulations. To aid compliance with the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 Business Tax Centre Limited has a company policy encompassing good ethical business practices.All in the regulated sector must comply with onerous duties imposed by the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, the Terrorism Act 2000 and the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 (the “Anti Money Laundering Legislation”), which are intended to inhibit the activities of terrorists and other criminals by denying them access to technical expertise. If we fail to perform these duties, we risk imprisonment.
Before we accept your instructions, we may need to obtain ‘satisfactory evidence’ to verify your identity. In certain circumstances, we may need to obtain evidence confirming the identities of third parties, the source of any funds or other property, the purpose of any instructions or any other matter. If you a regulated firm we will require details of your supervisory arrangements. We may also need to obtain such evidence after we have begun to act on your instructions. We may use electronic verification methods for this purpose.
We assume that our clients are honest and law abiding. However, if at any time, there appear to be grounds to suspect (even if we do not actually suspect) that your instructions relate to ‘criminal property’, we are obliged to make a report to the Serious Organised Crime agency (SOCA), but we are prohibited from telling you that we have done so. In such circumstances, we must not act on your instructions without consent from SOCA. If SOCA does not refuse consent within 7 working days we may continue to act. If SOCA issues a refusal within that time, we must not act for a further 31 days from the date of the refusal.
‘Criminal property’ is property in any legal form, whether money, real property, rights or any benefit derived from criminal activity. It does not matter who carried out the criminal activity or how removed the property is from the original crime. Even if you are honest in your dealings, if your property represents a benefit from someone else’s crime, we must still make a report. Activity is considered ‘criminal’ if it is a crime under UK law, no matter how trivial, and whether carried out in the UK or abroad. For example, tax evasion is a criminal offence but an honest mistake is not.
These terms and conditions do not affect your statutory rights.
Up to a limit Business Tax Centre will provide technical support via email or telephone to help you through the process of submitting your Company Formation details and downloading your products. We will also provide assistance with general queries regarding Company Formation details; however we are not legal or financial advisers and are not authorised to provide legal or financial advice.
Clients purchasing the Business Tax Centre package online will not be eligible to cancel their order as transactions where the computer software is unsealed by the computer immediately on purchase is exempt under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000.
Any use of our service requires the client to utilise our automated software (where the computer software is ‘unsealed’ by the computer immediately on purchase). All transactions of this type are exempt under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000. When we are supplying consumers (i.e. individuals buying for themselves rather than for a business purpose) the shopper has the right to cancel within seven days of the contract, or seven days of receipt of the goods (whichever is the longer). If the shopper does cancel their order, they will have their payment returned and we will detail the procedures the customer must follow to return their goods or services.
We have always prided ourselves in providing a full customer care service and it is our intention to deal promptly with all complaints that may arise in relation to the service that we provide within 14 days of receipt of the complaint. Normally, replies to any complaint would be made by E-mail or, if required, we can ensure that we can provide a telephone facility to discuss matters of a more complex nature.
Limitations of Use
You may not use the website or the documents for any other purpose except for your own personal or company use. As a condition of your use of this web site, you warrant to us that you will not use this web site for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by these terms, conditions, and notices.
Protecting your personal details on our website
Updated: 31 August 2016
Some of the personal information we hold about you may be ‘sensitive personal data’ within the meaning of the Data Protection Act 1998, for example, information about your health or ethnic origin.
Business Tax Centre Limited Policies in Relation to the Data Protection Act 1998
To ensure that your credit, debit or charge card is not being used without your consent, we will validate name, address and other personal information supplied by you during the order process against appropriate third party databases. By accepting these terms and conditions you consent to such checks being made. In performing these checks personal information provided by you may be disclosed to a registered Credit Reference Agency which may keep a record of that information. You can rest assured that this is done only to confirm your identity, that a credit check is not performed and that your credit rating will be unaffected. All information provided by you will be treated securely and strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998
The Data Protection Act 1998 (the DPA) aims to promote high standards in the handling of personal information and to protect an individual’s right to privacy. Anyone who stores information about another person, be it for commercial or other purpose, has a duty to maintain that data in accordance with the eight data protection principles of good information handling.
These principles say that personal information must be:
• Fairly and lawfully processed.
• Processed for specific purposes.
• Adequate, relevant and not excessive.
• Accurate, and where necessary, kept up to date.
• Not kept longer than necessary.
• Processed in line with the tight of the individual.
• Kept secure
• Not transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area unless there is adequate protection for the information.
Business Tax Centre Limited is registered with the Information Commissioners’ Office for the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998 and has strict internal polices for compliance to the eight principles.
Under Section 7 of the DPA any individual is entitled to make a request to a data user (that is any organisation that is registered to hold personal data) to be informed whether the data user is holding any personal data of which that individual is the data subject. If so, they are entitled to be given a description of that data, the purposes for which the data is being processed and to whom the data has been or may be disclosed, and to be provided with all the personal data and any information concerning the source of data. The time limit to responding to such requests is 40 days from their receipt by Business Tax Centre Limited.