Please read these Terms carefully before using Answer Pay Ltd web site (the "Web Site") at www.answerpay.uk. By accessing the Web Site you are agreeing to the Terms set out below.
The content in this Web Site is provided to offer general information of interest. The information is not intended to be advice. It is a condition of permitting you free access that you accept that Answer Pay will not be liable for any action that you may take in reliance on the information posted on the Web Site. This Web Site is for use in the UK only and Answer Pay will not accept responsibility for compliance with the laws of any other Country.
You should assume that all content on the Web Site is copyrighted and any unauthorised use may violate copyright, trademark and other laws. Information on the Web Site may not be reproduced, modified, stored or archived for any public or commercial purposes without prior written permission of Answer Pay. Any copy made for your personal, non-commercial use, must retain all proprietary and copyright notices.
Product and company names appearing on this Web Site may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners and should not be reproduced or copied without the owner's permission.
The law of England and Wales governs these Terms.
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