6.2 The user expressly agrees on damages, direct, indirect, punitive, special or consecutive, including, but not limited, to transactions, revenues, profits or data, for any reason arising from or under this agreement, any unsured service that is provided, errors or omissions relating to this contract, , or parcels, etc.). or a service disruption. A virtual office can be a real building where the client can rent an office and a phone, or it may simply be an address that the customer can use for emails. There are many types of virtual office providers. 3.6 If the user chooses to use the VT premises for a seat address, an annual fee of USD 60 plus VAT is levied [only in selected locations]. It is the user`s responsibility to meet all of HMRC`s legal requirements. VT will request the information necessary to complete the registration application forms of registered offices. It is the user`s responsibility to ensure that this information is accurate and undertakes to inform VT of any changes to this information or circumstances. This virtual office agreement covers all common situations where a provider can offer a virtual office, for example.
B to indicate a business address, to receive emails or calls or rent a temporary office or conference building. It offers several possibilities of how and when rental fees are due. 3.5 The user will not use the virtual office address as a seat address unless this is agreed in advance with us. VT reserves the right to charge an annual fee of USD 60 plus VAT for the registered service, if VT has to apply to have the User removed from Companies House, VT reserves the right to charge 250 USD to the user plus VAT. 3.4 Virtual offices can only be used on the basis of a single company name, we only accept emails for the name of the company included in this agreement, all subsequent company names must be linked separately. 10.2 The information we need varies depending on the amount of time we need to think. It will contain the information contained in this agreement, but it cannot be limited to this information – Names and addresses Phone numbers Email addresses Personal identification information and documentation Banking information Company information 2.8 The user accepts that not all calls give rise to a message and that some callers do not leave enough information to send a full message.