ONE OF YORKSHIRE'S LEADING BRAND PRINTERS FOR CLOTHING AND VEHICLE GRAPHICS, BESPOKE DESIGN AND 4×4 RESTORATION PROJECTS.

Terms & Conditions

BUSINESS TO CONSUMER – ONLINE terms and conditions between a business and consumer for the Provision of services

These terms and conditions form the basis on which you can visit us and our website.  Please read them carefully as they contain important information.

General terms and conditions

This site is owned and operated by BigBoolies.com Ltd of Unit 4D/E Showfield lane, YO17 6BT. If you have any queries about these terms and conditions or if you have any comments or complaints on or about our website, you can contact us at Gemma@bigboolies.com or 01653 699660

1. The contract between us

We must receive payment of the whole of the price for the services that you order before your order can be accepted. Payment of the price for the services represents an offer on your part to purchase the services, which will be accepted by us only when a confirmation of acceptance is sent by us.  Only at this point is a legally binding contract created between us.

2. Acknowledgement of your order

To enable us to process your order, you will need to provide us with your e-mail address. We will notify you by e-mail as soon as possible to confirm receipt of your order and to confirm details. For the avoidance of doubt, this correspondence does not constitute a contract between us. 

3. Ownership of rights

All rights, including copyright, in this website are owned by or licensed to Bigboolies.com Ltd. Any use of this website or its contents, including copying or storing it or them in whole or part, other than for your own personal, non-commercial use, is prohibited without our permission. You may not modify, distribute or repost anything on this website for any purpose.

4. Accuracy of content

We have taken care in the preparation of the content of this website, in particular to ensure that any prices quoted are correct at the time of publishing and that all services have been described accurately. 

5. Damage to your computer

We try to ensure that this website is free from viruses or defects. However, we cannot guarantee that your use of this website or any websites accessible through it will not cause damage to your computer. It is your responsibility to ensure that the right equipment is available to use the website. Except in the case of negligence on our part, we will not be liable to any person for any loss or damage which may arise to computer equipment as a result of using this website.

6. Availability

The services will be provided within an agreed timescale, and time is not of the essence of the contract. 

7. Ordering errors

7.1 Clothing orders

Once the purchase order has been created, you will have 24hrs to correct any errors in your order. If you do not correct the error in this timescale re-stock fees can be charged.

7.2 Vehicle Livery & Signage

Once a visual proof has been approved, and the vehicle graphics prepared and or installed, any errors noticed after proof approval, reproduction of replacement graphics will be charged for in full.

8. Price

The prices payable for services that you order are on a price on application basis. All prices are subject to VAT where applicable. Quotes are valid for 30 days from date produced in normal circumstances, but during the current financial climate we can only guarantee quotes for 5 working days. 

9. Payment terms

We will take payment upon receipt of your order from your credit or debit card. We accept no liability if our services are delayed because you did not give us the correct payment details. If it is not possible to obtain full payment for the services from you, then we can refuse to process your order and/or suspend any further services. This does not affect any other rights we may have. Customers with an agreed 30 day’s credit account, credit terms apply. Customers without an account are proforma, deposits may be requested prior to completion of an order.

10. Cancellation rights

10.2 The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 SI 2013/3134  do not apply if the services you have ordered are of a gambling, banking, credit, insurance, personal pension, investment or payment nature. 

10.4 Should you wish to cancel your order you can notify us by email stating clearly that you wish to do so.

10.5 Your right to cancel the services will no longer apply once the services have been fully performed. 

10.6 Once clothing items have been branded with your logo, we cannot accept any returns or cancellations. The items ordered will be charged for in full.

11. Cancellation by us

11.1 We reserve the right not to process your order if:

11.1.1 We have insufficient staff or resources to deliver the services you have ordered.

11.1.2 We do not provide services to your area; or

11.1.3 One or more of the services you ordered was listed at an incorrect price due to a typographical error.

11.2 If we do not process your order for the above reasons, we will notify you by e-mail and will re-credit to your account any sum deducted by us from your credit/debit card as soon as possible, but in any event within 14 days. 

12. If there is a problem with the services

12.1 If you have any questions or complaints about the services, please contact us via email to Gemma@bigboolies.com or in writing to the address stated above.

12.2 We are under a legal duty to supply services that are in conformity with this contract and in accordance with the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (the Act).

13. Liability

13.1 We are only responsible for losses that are a natural, foreseeable consequence of our breach of these terms and conditions.  We do not accept liability if we are prevented or delayed from complying with our obligations set out in these terms and conditions by anything you (or anyone acting with your express or implied authority) does or fails to do or is due to events which are beyond our reasonable control.

13.2 Furthermore, we do not accept liability for any losses related to any business of yours including but not limited to: lost data, lost profits, lost revenues or business interruption.

13.3 Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in these terms and conditions is intended to limit any rights you might have as a consumer under applicable local law or other statutory rights that may not be excluded nor in any way to exclude or limit our liability to you for any death or personal injury resulting from our negligence.   

14. Notices

Unless otherwise expressly stated in these terms and conditions, all notices from you to us must be in writing and sent to our contact address at Gemma@bigboolies.com and all notices from us to you will be displayed on our website or social platforms from time to time.

15. Changes to legal notices

We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions from time to time and you should look through them as often as possible.

16. Law, jurisdiction and language

This website, any content contained therein, and any contract brought into being as a result of usage of this website are governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Parties to any such contract agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. All contracts are concluded in English.

17. Invalidity

If any part of these terms and conditions is unenforceable (including any provision in which we exclude our liability to you) the enforceability of any other part of these conditions will not be affected.

18. How we may use your personal information

We will only use your personal information as set out in our privacy policy: LINK TO PRIVACY POLICY.

19. Third party rights

Nothing in this Agreement is intended to, nor shall it confer any rights on a third party.

20. Other important terms

Alternative dispute resolution is a process where an independent body considers the facts of a dispute and seeks to resolve it, without you having to go to court. If you are not happy with how we have handled any complaint, you may submit the dispute for online resolution to the European Commission Online Dispute Resolution platform.

Complaints procedure

  1. Introduction 

We are committed to providing a high-quality service to all our customers. When something goes wrong, we need you to tell us about it. This will allow us to put things right for you and to help improve our service for others in the future. 

  1. Making a complaint 

We aim to handle complaints quickly, effectively and in a fair and honest way. We take all complaints seriously and use valuable information from investigating to help us improve our service. We treat all complaints in confidence. 

  1. How you can make a complaint

You can complain by sending an email to us at Gemma@bigboolies.com. Alternatively, you can telephone us on 01653 699660 but please be aware we may, where appropriate, ask you to provide further details in writing.

  1. How we handle complaints 

A Director or Manager will initially review the complaint. We will acknowledge a complaint within 5 working days and give you the name and contact details of the person investigating it. We will keep you informed about the progress of the investigation. We aim to have all complaints completed within 10 working days unless we agree a different time scale with you. We have a zero tolerance to abuse policy to protect the wellbeing of our staff. If a member of staff feels like you have breached this policy, we reserve the right to escort you off the premises.

  1. Time limits 

You should register a complaint as soon as you can after the date on which the event occurred. If you complain more than three months later, we may not be able to investigate properly. Consideration will, however, be given as to whether you had good reason for not making the complaint sooner and whether, despite the delay, it is still possible to investigate the complaint effectively and fairly. 

  1. If you are dissatisfied with the outcome

At this stage, if you are still not satisfied, you should contact us again and we will arrange for a Director/Manager who has not had any dealings with your matter to review the initial decision. We will write to you within 28 days of receiving your request for a review, confirming our final position on your complaint and explaining our reasons.

  1. If you are still dissatisfied at this stage

You can refer this matter to [insert details including email address] who are a certified Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) provider. [We are prepared to submit to an ADR procedure operated by that provider.] 

(NOTE: 

A list of certified providers is maintained on the CSTI (Trading Standards) website and can be found here https://www.tradingstandards.uk/consumers/adr-approved-bodies.

If you are a member of a professional body or association you will, in all likelihood, be obliged to submit to their if your client so desires.)

CCTV policy

Introduction 

The Company uses closed circuit television (CCTV) images to protect the Company’s property and to provide a safe and secure environment for employees and visitors to the Company’s business premises. This policy sets out the details of how the Company will collect, use and store CCTV images. For more information on your privacy rights associated with the processing of your personal data collected through CCTV images please refer to the Company privacy notice and data protection policy.

The Company’s CCTV facility, unless there are exceptional circumstances (see covert recording below), will only record images.  There is no audio recording i.e. conversations are not recorded on CCTV. 

Purposes of CCTV

The Company has carried out a data protection impact assessment and on the basis of its findings it considers it necessary and proportionate to install and use a CCTV system. The data collected from the system will assist in: 

  • Prevention or detection of crime or equivalent malpractice.
  • Identification and prosecution of offenders.
  • Monitoring of the security of the Company’s business premises.
  • Ensuring that health and safety rules and Company procedures are being complied with.
  • Identification of unauthorised actions or unsafe working practices that might result in disciplinary proceedings being instituted against employees and to assist in providing relevant evidence.
  • Promoting productivity and efficiency.

Location of cameras

Cameras are located at strategic points throughout the Company’s business premises, principally at the entrance and exit points. The Company has positioned the cameras so that they only cover communal or public areas on the Company’s business premises and they have been sited so that they provide clear images.  No camera focuses, or will focus, on toilets, shower facilities, changing rooms, staff kitchen areas, staff break rooms or private offices.  

All cameras (with the exception of any that may be temporarily set up for covert recording) are also clearly visible.

Appropriate signs are prominently displayed so that employees, clients, customers and other visitors are aware they are entering an area covered by CCTV.  

Recording and retention of images

Images produced by the CCTV equipment are intended to be as clear as possible so that they are effective for the purposes set out above.  Maintenance checks of the equipment are undertaken on a regular basis to ensure it is working properly and that the media is producing high quality images.

Images may be recorded either in constant real-time (24 hours a day throughout the year), or only at certain times, as the needs of the business dictate.

As the recording system records digital images, any CCTV images that are held on the hard drive of a PC or server are deleted and overwritten on a recycling basis and, in any event, are not held for more than one month.  Once a hard drive has reached the end of its use, it will be erased prior to disposal.  

Images that are stored on, or transferred on to, removable media such as CDs or which are stored digitally are erased or destroyed once the purpose of the recording is no longer relevant.  In normal circumstances, this will be a period of one month.  However, where a law enforcement agency is investigating a crime, images may need to be retained for a longer period.

Access to and disclosure of images

Access to, and disclosure of, images recorded on CCTV is restricted.  This ensures that the rights of individuals are retained.  Images can only be disclosed in accordance with the purposes for which they were originally collected.  

The images that are filmed are recorded centrally and held in a secure location.  Access to recorded images is restricted to the operators of the CCTV system and to those line managers who are authorised to view them in accordance with the purposes of the system.  Viewing of recorded images will take place in a restricted area to which other employees will not have access when viewing is occurring.  If media on which images are recorded are removed for viewing purposes, this will be documented.

Disclosure of images to other third parties will only be made in accordance with the purposes for which the system is used and will be limited to:

  • The police and other law enforcement agencies, where the images recorded could assist in the prevention or detection of a crime or the identification and prosecution of an offender or the identification of a victim or witness.
  • Prosecution agencies, such as the Crown Prosecution Service.
  • Relevant legal representatives.
  • Line managers involved with Company disciplinary and performance management processes.
  • Individuals whose images have been recorded and retained (unless disclosure would prejudice the prevention or detection of crime or the apprehension or prosecution of offenders).

The Managing Director of the Company (or another senior director acting in their absence) is the only person who is permitted to authorise disclosure of images to external third parties such as law enforcement agencies.

All requests for disclosure and access to images will be documented, including the date of the disclosure, to whom the images have been provided and the reasons why they are required.  If disclosure is denied, the reason will be recorded.

Individuals’ access rights 

Under the UK’s data protection laws, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR),  individuals have the right on request to receive a copy of the personal data that the Company holds about them, including CCTV images if they are recognisable from the image.  

If you wish to access any CCTV images relating to you, you must make a written request to the Company’s Data Protection Officer Gemma Mills. This can be done by using this email address Gemma@bigboolies.com.  The Company will usually not make a charge for such a request, but we may charge a reasonable fee if you make a request which is manifestly unfounded or excessive, or is repetitive. Your request must include the date and approximate time when the images were recorded and the location of the particular CCTV camera, so that the images can be easily located and your identity can be established as the person in the images.  

The Company will usually respond promptly and in any case within one month of receiving a request. However, where a request is complex or numerous the Company may extend the one month to respond by a further two months. 

The Company will always check the identity of the employee making the request before processing it.

The Data Protection Officer Gemma mills will always determine whether disclosure of your images will reveal third party information, as you have no right to access CCTV images relating to other people.  In this case, the images of third parties may need to be obscured if it would otherwise involve an unfair intrusion into their privacy.

If the Company is unable to comply with your request because access could prejudice the prevention or detection of crime or the apprehension or prosecution of offenders, you will be advised accordingly. 

Covert recording

The Company is aware that covert recording can only be done in exceptional circumstances for example where the Company suspects criminal activity taking place. On this basis the Company will only undertake covert monitoring if it has carried out a data protection impact assessment which has addressed the following:

  • the purpose of the covert recording;
  • the necessity and proportionality of the covert recording;
  • the risks to the privacy rights of the individual(s) affected by the covert recording;
  • the time parameters for conducting the covert recording
  • the safeguards and/or security measures that need to be put in place to ensure the covert recording is conducted in accordance with the data protection laws, including the GDPR.

If after undertaking the data impact assessment the Company considers there is a proportionate risk of criminal activity, or equivalent malpractice taking place or about to take place, and if informing the individuals concerned that the recording is taking place would seriously prejudice its prevention or detection, the Company will covertly record the suspected individual(s). In doing this the Company will rely on the protection of its own legitimate interests as the lawful and justifiable legal basis for carrying out the covert recording.

Before the covert recording commences the Company will ensure that Managing Director (or another senior director acting in their absence) agrees with the findings of the data protection assessment and provides written authorisation to proceed with the covert recording.  

Covert monitoring may include both video and audio recording.

Covert monitoring will only take place for a limited and reasonable amount of time consistent with the objective of assisting in the prevention and detection of particular suspected criminal activity or equivalent malpractice.  Once the specific investigation has been completed, covert monitoring will cease.

Information obtained through covert monitoring will only be used for the prevention or detection of criminal activity or equivalent malpractice.  All other information collected in the course of covert monitoring will be deleted or destroyed unless it reveals information which the Company cannot reasonably be expected to ignore.

Staff training

The Company will ensure that all employees handling CCTV images or recordings are trained in the operation and administration of the CCTV system and on the impact of the laws regulating data protection and privacy with regard to that system.  

Implementation

The Company’s Data Protection Officer Gemma Mills is responsible for the implementation of and compliance with this policy and the operation of the CCTV system and they will conduct a regular review of the Company’s use and processing of CCTV images and ensure that at all times it remains compliant with the laws regulating data protection and privacy.  Any complaints or enquiries about the operation of the Company’s CCTV system should be addressed to Gemma

Data Protection

The Company will process the personal data collected in connection with the operation of the CCTV policy in accordance with its data protection policy and any internal privacy notices in force at the relevant time. Inappropriate access or disclosure of this data will constitute a data breach and should be reported immediately to the Company’s Data Protection Officer Gemma Mills in accordance with the Company’s data protection policy. Reported data breaches will be investigated and may lead to sanctions under the Company’s disciplinary procedure.