Website terms and conditions
The website jaminternet.uk is operated by JAM internet, a trading style of Jamie Marshall Ltd. Our registered office is Honeybank House, Honey Banks, Wendover, Bucks, HP22 6NA.
Accessing your online account
You may be provided with an online account which requires a username and password to access. Please keep this information secure and do not share it with anyone else. If you think someone else knows your password, change it immediately.
We will make changes
Content on the website may be changed at any time. This may require us to limit access to parts, or all, of the website.
We have the right to remove, or stop supplying, any product, service or function on our website. It’s your responsibility to read the terms and conditions regularly to make sure you are aware of any changes. If you use our website after we’ve made a change, you’re accepting the amended terms and conditions.
Links from our website
We may provide links to other sites operated by someone else. As we don’t control those websites we won’t accept any responsibility for their content.
Product terms and conditions
There are specific terms and conditions which apply to products and services which you may buy on our website. Please read these carefully.
Jurisdiction and law
The laws of England and Wales apply to these terms and conditions.
Nothing in these terms limits our liability for death or personal injury caused by our negligence, fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation or for any matter that we cannot exclude or limit as a matter of law.
We provide the website on an “as is” basis. To the extent permitted by law, (a) we disclaim any warranties, express or implied, and (b) other than as set out above, we are not liable for any loss or damage — direct or indirect and whether arising in contract, tort, or otherwise — even if we have been advised of the possibility of this loss or damage.
These limitations don’t affect your statutory rights under the Consumer Rights Act 2015, if applicable and any laws that replace it. If you want independent advice about your rights, you can speak to Citizens Advice or Trading Standards.