Paypal Merchant Service Agreement

6.1 The fees and royalties incurred by the merchant for PAYMILL`s services under this agreement (hereafter “remuneration”) are derived from the “price list” (, provided that paymill and the merchant have been the subject of an explicit written agreement on a case-by-case basis. The tariffs on fees and prices “prices and services” are calculated in euros plus the possible VAT at the legal rate, as long as this is the case. In addition to the express licenses granted by this Agreement, PayPal does not grant any rights or licenses to the Braintree Payment Service or any intellectual property rights PayPal. Each party retains all property rights, titles and interests on and on its own products and services (including in the case PayPal, the Braintree Payment Service) and all intellectual property rights that are subject only to the rights and licenses granted to it. 7.7 The merchant is required to provide all requested information at the time of the contract and to provide a valid and accessible email address to receive PAYMILL messages during the contractual relationship. These include details of changes to resellers` basic data (bank data, company form, address, contact information, company data) and changes to these terms and conditions. The merchant must inform immediately of any changes to the email address. If the trader does not do so, PAYMILL is not responsible for the difficulties and inconveniences of the distributor. 5.2 Data protection. Merchants recognize and accept that as services are provided, PayPal will collect certain transaction and user information (together “data”). The distributor is committed to providing PayPal and PayPal will only collect the data required by the software and necessary to PayPal to provide the services.

You ensure and guarantee that you communicate to third parties whose personal data you provide to us in the course of our services, with respect to: (i) the purposes for which the personal data of that third party was collected, (ii) the recipients or categories of recipients of third-party personal data, (iii) the parts of third-party data that are mandatory and, if applicable, optional, have obtained their consent; and (iv) how the third party can access the data you have about them and, if necessary, correct it.