We take your privacy very seriously at SDATA - please read our privacy statement concerning any information we may collect about you.
The Information You Submit to SDATA
(1) For demographic profiling. SDATA may use your personally identifiable information to assess the demographics (e.g. the size, location, and business needs) of its audience.
(2) To personalize the Site. SDATA may use your registration information in order to personalize your experience with the Site by displaying or otherwise providing content SDATA believes might interest you based on your information. This should make the Site more practical and useful for you.
(3) To provide you account related information specific to your business relationship with SDATA should you become one of SDATA’s customers.
SDATA Use of "Cookies"
Cookies are pieces of information that a web site transfers to an individual's hard drive for record-keeping purposes. Cookies allow SDATA to recognize you and information about you that aids in our ability to meet your business needs when you reenter the Site. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. Typically, however, you may configure your browser to refuse all cookies or notify you when a cookie is being sent.
(2) To estimate the size of our audience. Each browser accessing the Site is given a unique cookie which is then used to determine the size of our audience and the extent of repeat usage.
(3) To track visitor trends and patterns. We use the information provided by cookies to improve, update and revise the features offered by SDATA. This, we believe, will provide our visitors with more useful content and services.
Sharing of Personal Information
SDATA does not share your collected information with third parties.
Although no system can be made totally invulnerable to unauthorized access, SDATA uses top security applications and a proactive approach which involves constant security review and patches. Our staffs are regularly evaluated and trained. Also, SDATA uses industry standard procedures to store information, storing information on secure computers located in locked data centers.
The Site is intended only for use by adults and, in light of the business-oriented content of the Site, it is not foreseen that this Site will be used or accessed by children. SDATA shall not seek to obtain, store, distribute or use any information regarding children.
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LEGAL STATEMENT AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SDATA West Africa Ltd. ("the Company") owns and operates this web site (the "Site") and the services available on this Site. All content included on this Site, including text, graphics, logos, buttons, icons, and images which relate to SDATA is the property of SDATA West Africa Ltd., its licensors or its content/hardware suppliers, and is protected by Nigerian and international copyright and trademark laws. The compilation (meaning the collection, arrangement and assembly) of all content on this Site is the exclusive property of SDATA West Africa Ltd. and is protected by Nigerian and international copyright laws. All software used on this Site is the property of SDATA West Africa Ltd. or its suppliers and is protected by Nigerian and international copyright laws. The content and software on this site may be used as a resource for the Company's customers. You may not copy, publish, distribute, create derivative works of, or commercially exploit the content of this Site, or use this Site for any other purpose.
SDATA, secureitdata.com, and "we’ve got your back!" are trademarks and / or servicemarks of SDATA West Africa Ltd. All other trademarks, product names, and company names and logos appearing on this Site are the property of their respective owners.
THIS WEB SITE AND THE INFORMATION, SERVICES, PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS CONTAINED ON THIS WEB SITE ARE PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" BASIS WITH NO WARRANTY. SDATA WEST AFRICA LTD. DISCLAIMS ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE OPERATION OF THE WEB SITE AND THE INFORMATION, SERVICES, PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS ON THIS WEB SITE, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. IN NO EVENT WILL SDATA WEST AFRICA LTD. OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING FROM THE USE OF THIS WEB SITE OR ANY GOODS OR SERVICES OBTAINED ON THIS WEB SITE, INCLUDING DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES (EVEN IF SDATA WEST AFRICA LTD. HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES), TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.
All information contained on this Site, including information relating to technical services and or solutions, is for informational purposes only. It is often presented in summary or aggregate form. It is not meant to be a substitute for the advice or services provided by certified technical staff.
Any links on this web site to web sites operated by third parties are provided for your convenience only. We are not responsible for the content and performance of these web sites or for your transactions with them and our inclusion of links to such web sites does not imply any endorsement of the material on such web sites.
Changes and Applicable Law
We reserve the right to make changes to our Site and the policies and conditions that govern the use of our Site at any time. We encourage you to review the web site and these terms periodically for any updates or changes. Your continued access or use of our web site shall be deemed your acceptance of these changes and the reasonableness of these standards for notice of changes. Use of the secureitdata.com web site and purchases of any products or services from secureitdata.com shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Nigerian laws, without giving effect to its conflict of law provisions. You agree that any legal action or proceeding between you and secureitdata.com shall be brought exclusively in a federal or state court of competent jurisdiction sitting in Nigeria.
Terms of Purchase
Offers to Purchase and Purchase Orders: All Offers to Purchase and Purchase Orders received by SDATA West Africa Ltd.; will only become binding when we have given notice of acceptance. Prices stated on our web site or any other commercial postings are current at the time of posting, but may be subject to change without notice.
Quotes: Quotations given by a representative of SDATA West Africa Ltd. will remain in effect for two days unless otherwise noted on the quote, and all quotations for used or refurbished equipment are subject to prior sale of the items quoted. Quotes for new equipment are subject to change in the event of a change in cost from distribution channel or manufacturer.
Terms stated on our quote override any changes or additions on customer's purchase orders unless accepted by us in writing. Although we will provide assistance where possible, the purchaser shall be responsible for ensuring that the list of the equipment being purchased is suitable for the intended use and itemizes any miscellaneous parts required. All required specifications are to be indicated on your purchase order, as we cannot look after any requirements which you do not make us aware of.
The purchaser will provide details of company information, complete shipping instructions and insurance requirements to enable us to look after the order the best way possible. If all required information is not relayed to us by the purchaser, we cannot be held liable for any resulting delay, deficiency or additional costs incurred whether for shipping or otherwise.
Warranty on Equipment: All used or refurbished equipment sold by SDATA West Africa Ltd. unless otherwise specified at the time of the quote is covered by a 30-Day return to depot Warranty unless otherwise specified on our quote. Any defective equipment will be repaired, replaced or refunded at the option of SDATA West Africa Ltd. The warranty period begins on the day the equipment is received by the purchaser. SDATA West Africa Ltd. is not responsible for purchaser's delays of testing or installation of equipment.
New equipment is sold with manufacturer warranty as applicable. We will respond promptly to hardware problems encountered with equipment purchased from us. SDATA West Africa Ltd. is not responsible however for any consequential damages or costs incurred by customer as a result of equipment failure, defects or problems of any sort.
SDATA West Africa Ltd. warranty covers hardware functionality only. SDATA West Africa Ltd. is not responsible for any costs incurred by customers in installation of equipment or software, or software/hardware compatibility problems encountered when integrating or modifying equipment received from SDATA West Africa Ltd. Warranty will be void if equipment has evidence of tampering or altering of setup or of components or modules included in the equipment or if warranty security seals have been tampered with or broken.
Software: Software licenses and license transfers are not included with any equipment unless itemized separately on our quote and/or invoice. In our experience most problems which are experienced on-site during equipment installation are not related to the functionality of or any hardware defect in the equipment supplied. To minimize inconvenience to you we will do our best by telephone or remote assistance to help you identify (and if possible resolve) certain common problems you may experience, before resorting to return of equipment.
If SDATA West Africa Ltd. approves the return of equipment for any reason, purchaser must follow our Returns Policy (stated below) prior to returning equipment for repair, replacement or credit. No returns will be accepted without a Return Materials Authorization (RMA#) issued by SDATA West Africa Ltd’s customer service department.
Order Cancellations: Purchaser cannot cancel purchase orders for special-ordered goods once SDATA West Africa Ltd. has received a confirmed purchase order.
Orders which are canceled by purchaser after their acceptance by SDATA West Africa Ltd. are subject to a RE-STOCKING FEE of 20% of the total order. Orders may be canceled by SDATA West Africa Ltd. if purchaser does not meet payment terms acceptable to SDATA West Africa Ltd. When a hard copy of a purchase order is not received by us within 7 days of verbal confirmation the order acceptance may be canceled at option of SDATA West Africa Ltd. or be subject to a new quote with possible changes in pricing if any occurred during the elapsed time.
If circumstances result in our being unable to fill your order within a reasonable length of time we will inform you that order acceptance may have to be cancelled or delayed, as soon as this information becomes available to us.
RMA Procedures: An approved RMA request form and the issued RMA number marked on the outside of the box must accompany all returns. If RMA number is not indicated, equipment will not be accepted. SDATA West Africa Ltd. will take into consideration any purchaser's concern and will issue an RMA form to be completed once we have determined that the appropriate solution is to return the equipment. The RMA form must be completed and sent by fax. Once received, we will issue an RMA number to be used to return the equipment to SDATA West Africa Ltd.
All returned equipment must be packaged in accordance to SDATA West Africa Ltd’s specifications. All equipment approved for return is to be returned prepaid, according to instructions provided by SDATA West Africa Ltd. at the time the RMA number is issued.
If advance replacement is required, the replacement will be billed at the time of shipment. Credit for returned equipment will be issued only after receipt and inspection has been made and approved by our receiving department.
Shipping and Insurance: SDATA West Africa Ltd. packs all items either in original packaging or with foam chips, bubble wrap and corrugated cardboard boxes. Purchaser is responsible for insurance of equipment from the time it leaves SDATA West Africa Ltd. dock. SDATA West Africa Ltd. can specify insurance on the purchaser's behalf when shipping if it is requested on the purchase order.
Purchaser should inspect contents of each shipment as soon as it arrives against packing slip included in box and verify the equipment received. If the package arrives damaged it is the responsibility of the recipient to report the damage to us and to the courier prior to unpacking the equipment. Damage should be reported to the carrier's agent upon delivery and reported on signed waybill. Please report any equipment claims to us as soon as possible so that we can provide any assistance possible.
SDATA West Africa Ltd. will cooperate with the purchaser to resolve any insurance claims damage to the equipment.
SDATA West Africa Ltd. will ship within reasonably time constraints, but we are not responsible for delays occurring due to customs or other transportation related delays, or any consequences or costs incurred by customer as a result of delays in delivery. SDATA West Africa Ltd. does not guarantee delivery by certain time or date.
We will keep you informed if we become aware of any delays that occur after equipment leaves our premises. SDATA West Africa Ltd. will advise purchaser of the waybill number once equipment is shipped, either by phone or e-mail.
SDATA West Africa Ltd. prefers to ship collect, using the preferred courier as specified by the customer's purchase order. If a courier is not specified then shipping will be prepaid and added to the total of the sale and sent by our most economical option. Equipment that is considered by couriers to be overweight or over sized must be shipped by padded van. SDATA West Africa Ltd. can arrange shipping and the cost will be reflected on the total sale, unless the purchaser has an account with a carrier they prefer which is able to pickup at SDATA West Africa Ltd.; facilities.
Title: Legal title to goods passes to purchaser only upon good payment in full being received by SDATA West Africa Ltd.
Sellers right of Possession: Should purchaser default on payment, or for other credit reasons, SDATA West Africa Ltd. retains the right to withhold shipments, recall goods in transit or otherwise repossess goods in storage.
New Accounts: To help us look after you properly we ask that new customers complete SDATA West Africa Ltd’s New Account quote form and send via email to us. You will receive one with your quote.
Methods of Payment:
Nigerian customers: We accept Cashiers checks, Company Official checks, Money Orders and wire transfers.
Wire Transfer: We will accept wire transfers to our bank account specified at the time of the purchase. Once wire transfer is received SDATA West Africa Ltd. will complete shipment of the equipment.
International Customers:We will accept wire transfers to our bank account specified at the time of the purchase. Once wire transfer is received SDATA West Africa Ltd. will complete shipment of the equipment.
Terms may be arranged for educational and government accounts and established corporations upon completion of our account information and application form, following review and acceptance by SDATA West Africa Ltd.
These terms and conditions are intended to promote a long and mutually beneficial business relationship with our customers. Your comments and or suggestions on how we can improve our methods are always welcome.
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Questions or Comments
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