Merseylink Website Terms and Conditions
The use of the Merseylink website (www.merseylink.com.au) is governed by the below Terms and Conditions.
If a user does not accept these Terms and Conditions, they should exit the Merseylink website.
Merseylink Terms and Conditions are updated as required without notice given. If a user continues to use the Merseylink website after a change has been made it will be treated as acceptance of the updated Terms and Conditions.
Merseylink makes every effort to maintain the accuracy of details on this website, however, at times this may not be possible.
- Merseylink does not guarantee the content available on this website will always be accurate, complete, or current. Access to the website may also be interrupted.
- Merseylink disclaims all liability for any direct or indirect loss, damage, or viruses caused by the use or misuse of this website.
- Accessing the Merseylink website – and downloading content – is done entirely at the user’s own risk.
This website contains links to other external websites – Merseylink holds no responsibility for the content of linked websites and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them. These links are accessed at the user’s own risk.
Merseylink cannot guarantee that links to external websites will work and has no control over the availability of the linked websites.
Merseylink does not take liability for any viruses accessed via outside websites.
The use of the Merseylink logo must not be used for any promotional or linking purposes without prior written approval from Merseylink.
This website – including all design rights, trademarks, and patents – is the property of Merseylink and is copyrighted as such. All material on the website, including text and images, may not be copied, downloaded, or reproduced for any purpose other than for the user’s own personal use.
Permission for any other type of use must be obtained in writing from Merseylink.
Providers of other websites may place text-based links to pages on the Merseylink website without seeking prior permission. However, such links must not open Merseylink’s website pages into frames within another website. They must load into the user’s entire browser window.