Using Kokoro products and services constitutes customer’s acceptance of Kokoro’s Terms of Service as follows:
We’re honored to be working with you and your company and we want you to be over-the-moon happy! You can see Kokoro’s core values here.
We care about your privacy. Kokoro does not share email lists or customers’ lists. Both parties agree to keep private all financials and trade secrets, whether verbal or written, that they may gather by virtue of this agreement and working together.
Kokoro uses industry standard best practices when handling your data. Your company is responsible for its data including email lists, personal data of its customers, for any data compliance requirements, and for having its own data lead or data protection officer. Kokoro does not warrant the compliance of your company’s data practices, security, or compliance.
Kokoro accepts payments via credit/debit card. Payment by any other means, such as check or wire transfer, is on a per-customer basis and must be agreed to by Kokoro.
Monthly and Subscription Billing
Invoices are generated and payments are collected at the beginning of each billing period. Customer billing periods typically begin on the day of the month in which customers purchase services and/or subscriptions.
If you need to cancel, call us.
Ongoing monthly agreements or subscriptions remain operative until terminated by either party by giving both 1) 30 days notice in writing, and 2) a verbal request with a Kokoro staff member. A conversation with a Kokoro staff member is required to create a cancellation request. Just sending an email request to cancel does not constitute acceptance of any cancellation. Customers are encouraged to keep records of all cancellation communication.
Closing an account with Kokoro cannot be done by simply canceling the credit/debit card. Kokoro will continue to treat this as an open account and the billing cycle will continue, resulting in a past due account that may be turned over to a third-party collection service. It is imperative that account cancellation is done by speaking with a staff member at Kokoro to ensure account closure.
Cancellation of an account does not dismiss outstanding invoices. At the time of cancellation, any outstanding balance must be settled. All cancelled accounts with an outstanding balance may be automatically turned over to a third-party collection service.
Kokoro does not issue refunds. If for some reason the scope of work needs to be changed from the original plan, a new Statement of Work will be agreed upon and signed by both parties.
Limitation of Liability
In no event shall either party’s liability under this agreement exceed the amount paid by your company to Kokoro during the period of this agreement. Check with your company attorney for data compliance questions and advice, and GDPR requirements.
Any disputes or differences arriving out of this agreement will be amicably settled through the joint conciliatory efforts of both the parties, or mediation, or binding arbitration. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California and in Nevada County, California, USA.