Electronic Communication Disclaimer
Any electronic communication you receive from an employee or representative of eTradex (Pty) Ltd (referred to as “the company”) including any attachments is subject to the electronic communications disclaimer as set out below.
If this communication is not addressed to you and has been received in error, you must:
- notify the sender immediately and delete the e-mail,
- refrain from copying, printing, forwarding, publishing or disclosing the contents of the e-mail
Reasonable care has been taken to transmit this communication free of damaging code, however the company and the sender make no warranties in this regard. Neither the company nor the sender of the e-mail shall be liable for any loss, damage or expense of any nature resulting from the transmission of the e-mail, including any damaging codes or viruses transmitted.
The views and opinions expressed in the e-mail do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the company. The company shall not be liable for any loss, damage or expense resulting from any e-mails or faxes sent by its employees which contain infringing, offensive, defamatory or otherwise unlawful content or which content constitute unsolicited commercial messages (“spam”). Please notify us should you regard this mail as unsolicited by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employees and representatives of the company may not conclude, negotiate or solicit agreements or otherwise bind the company via email or fax unless expressly authorised to do so.
Successful delivery of electronic messages is not guaranteed. When sending important e-mail/fax messages, the sender must verify the successful delivery of the message i.e. requesting confirmation. The company deem a mail as sent once it reflects as ’sent’ on the email server of the company.
This disclaimer is deemed to be part of the content of any e-mails in terms of section 11 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 2002.