Merchant User Agreement

Effective Date: Oct 10, 2017

Agreement between user and

Welcome to website(the "site") is comprised of various web pages operated by Seattle NZ ("seattle" ""). to point to by Seattle NZ Limited operating network trading platform.

the Merchant accepts the terms and conditions by checking on the "I agree" checkbox, the Merchant acknowledges the acceptance of Seattle Service terms and shall sign-up to the Merchant Account. The Agreement shall be deemed to be in existence from the date of such acceptance.

Seattle is a E-commerce Site that enable merchants to build online stores through which they can sell products and services online, and process payments and complete transactions. The Site, Services and all information, Content, materials, products, software whatsoever are provided on an "as is", "as available" basis, and without warranty of any kind. Seattle do not any one party ACTS as the agent, not to you and other members, including in your use of any sale or transaction between the credit card service. Your use of and reliance thereon are at your own and sole risk. Seattle also provides merchants services, including of the online store, email services, Advertising services, and other related services as may be offered from time to time (collectively, “Services”).

a. eligibility Criteria

  1. You must be 18 years or to use the service.
  2. You can form legally binding contracts under applicable laws.
  3. To provide true, accurate, current and complete business information about yourself and your business as requested by and/or by the registration information.
  4. You must provide complete and accurate information including your full legal name, valid contact email address, valid SeattlePay account Bank account and any other information needed to create your account and use the service. You will keep your account information accurate and up-to-date
  5. You must keep your password secure. We are not liable for any losses or damages from lost or stolen password. You must notify us promptly if you become aware that your password has been stolen or account has been used without your permission.
  6. We reserve the right, without any notice to revoke any license under this agreement and terminate your store at any time.
  7. We reserve the right to refuse to provide the Software license and Services to anyone for any reason.

b. store And Content

Facilitated through the Seattle Platform, You must create, promote, operate and maintain your own store. You are solely responsible for your store content including the descriptions of products and services offered to your customers, prices, and images. You are responsible for accepting, processing and fulfilling customer orders generated through your store. You must handle your own customer inquiries, complaints and disputes. Seattle do not handle any of the above mentioned for you.

Seattle have no obligation to back-up any data or content of your store. You must create your own back-up.

Seattle may at our sole discretion (but have no obligation to) remove content and accounts containing content that are unlawful,offensive,threatening,libelous,defamatory,pornographic,obscene or otherwise objectionable or violate intellectual property.

c. upload Product informations

All merchant users must not upload anything breaching the provision of New Zealand Law, this including Prohibited and Restricted Goods or illegal product informations. In necessary, merchant user must ensure all products meets legal obligation within New Zealand Law.

Once the violation caused trade disputes, all legal liability will be entirely borne by the merchant user.

Seattle will not tolerate any violations of breaching the policy, goods/ services that failed to comply will be immediately removed and merchant user could face "Freeze Account" or "Termination of cooperation rights with Seattle".

Privacy Information, Personal Contents
CCTV footage
Surveillance equipment
Illegal spyware and equipments
Unlawful filming/ recording equipments
Mailing lists and personal information
Explosives, Poisonous Chemicals, Drugs
Drugs and drug paraphernalia
Gas appliances
Sexual Contents/Drugs
Adult DVD, magazines, contents of nudity
Prescription Drugs, Medical Equipments
Veterinary medicines
Medical devices
Needles and syringes
Prescription drugs
Prohibited Trading Goods
Cigarette or nicotine replacements
Foreign plugs
Lottery and raffle tickets
Magnetic and smart card readers
Novelty lighters
Spray paint cans
Baby walkers
Bike helmets
Businesses for sale
Carbon credits
Children's nightwear
Children's toys
Child restraints
Cigarette lighters
Motor vehicles
Movies and games
Protected New Zealand objects
Radio transmitters or transceivers
Catalytic converters and test pipes
Stolen property
Stocks and other securities
Slot machines
Recalled items
Lockpicking devices
International trading
Hazardous, restricted, or regulated materials
Firearms, Law Enforcement Goods, Offensive Weapons
Gang paraphernalia/memorabilia
Offensive memorabilia and propaganda
Offensive weapons
Military items (see also firearms, weapons, and knives)
Uniforms for NZ emergency services
Airguns (BB and paintball guns)
Firearms and ammunition
Police-related items
Illegal Services, Tickets
Event tickets
Courier tickets
Multi-level marketing, pyramid, and matrix programs
Items encouraging illegal activity
Government documents, IDs, and licenses
Human/Animal Organs & Body Parts, Hunting Gears
Human bodies or body parts
Sperm, eggs, excrement, bone
Menacing dogs
Agricultural compounds
Animal traps
Kwila and merbau
Pets and domestic animals
Illegal Softwares, Stolen Goods
Software that interfaces with the Seattle website
Wholesale lists
Virtual Currency
Digital currency
Virtual currency
Digital content
Frequent flyer points
Copyright and other intellectual property rights
Laser pointers
Electrical items
Hang gliders and paragliders
Made to order items
Paint colours
Pedal bicycles
Emergency services
Used underwear or undergarments
Charity and fundraising

d. copyright Basics

Copyright is part of an area of the law known as intellectual property (IP). See the menu bar to the left to find out more about copyright in New Zealand.

Other types of intellectual property include patents, trade marks and designs. The government department responsible for intellectual property policy, including copyright, is theMinistry of Economic Development.

See our information sheets for more information on Copyright in New Zealand.

e. credit card payments terms and conditions

All one-off credit or charge card payment will incur a 1.95% convenience fee, which will be deducted automatically from merchant user's SeattlePay balance.