TERMS & CONDITIONS
Artwork and payment needs to be made prior to deadline.
Charges for alterations to artwork will be made at publishers discretion the rate is £25 p.h. Items must be proof read by advertiser, if not proof read we accept no responsibility for errors or omissions. If an error or omission was made in an advert and its the fault of Exmoor News we will either offer a credit/refund or another free advertisement.
Proof reading is not included in our service – but if we can fix something that is obviously wrong we will query it (if we spot it).Advertiser must check their advertisement is suitable for the months/issues it is inserted in (ie any time limits or dates for events shown in the ad should apply to the issue/s the advert is inserted in).
If paying by PayPal a surcharge will apply, this is kept to the minimum that PayPal require.
We reserve the right to change our pricing structure at any time, if possible appropriate notice will be given to current advertisers.
Any personal or financial information you give us will never be passed on or sold on.
Part payment is not permitted unless otherwise agreed.
Account Name: Exmoor News
Sort Code: 05 02 00
Account No: 29821358
E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 07497 914441 W: www.exmoornews.co.uk
Post: The Old Stores, Brushford, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22 9AH
We are are, we think, nice easy going people. We do whatever we can to assist our contributors, distributors, advertisers and of course our readers.
In the past year we have added pages, stories, colour and increased the circulation to a minimum of 2,700 printed copies – which is very likely to increase again. We also publish online to boost it further. We believe we have made the Exmoor News a smashing community magazine serving southern Exmoor. We have made a few mistakes, we have learned a few things and must say, received nothing but nice comments and constructive criticism about how the magazine has changed and what we can think of for the future. We are always open to new ideas and keep an open mind. One such idea was to accept PayPal payments to make our advertisers life a bit easier, saves cheques, logging on to bank websites or dashing round with cash.
Now, having blown our own trumpet (even tho I don’t think we need to) we can’t please everyone. So…
… We have just been told to clarify why we charge a fee for taking a payment by PayPal (we take cheques, bacs and of course cash and recently added PayPal. We don’t take credit cards.)
Here goes…. if you have the will to spend half a day of your life checking why click on this link:-
Suffice to say, if you value your time, take it from us, PayPal charge a nominal fee (appx 3%) for each transaction which we unfortunately for you dear reader, need to pass on. We are very sorry but we must do what must be done according to PayPal.
If the PayPal charge is not to your liking (and we are not so keen on it either but understand why it’s done) then resort to cheque, cash or, of course, bacs.
Best Regards, Claire