CREATIVE CIRCLE GOLD MEMBERSHIP TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

 

1.1. Membership of Creative Circle GOLD is personal and is only available to persons over the age of 18. The membership and benefits cannot be used by anyone apart from the individual members.

1.2. The member consents to and accepts registration and processing of personal information by Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley in accordance with prevailing legislation and these membership terms and conditions. Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley are responsible for processing the personal information a member agrees to provide. This information, as well as purchase and bonus redemption information, may be used by Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley and participating businesses to administer Creative Circle GOLD, including storage and calculation of your bonus points. Members’ postal address, e-mail address and mobile number may be used to send out information and offers within the framework of Jonathan Tilley only.

1.3. Members have the right to inspect or correct own personal information. Members can withdraw consent for allowing Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley to register and process their personal information. Withdrawal of consent will be treated as termination of membership of Creative Circle GOLD, cf. chapter 1.10.

1.4. A membership card will not be issued as proof of membership. Login details are enough.  Since enrolment is done through our website, a membership card is not necessary. 

1.5. In the event of misuse of a membership or bonus program, Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley reserves the right to exclude the member(s) in question from the program. Such misuse may include, but is not limited to, behaviour which is troublesome or shows a lack of respect towards the staff, partners or other members, criminal actions or actions which are generally perceived to be immoral, unethical or contrary to these membership terms and conditions.

1.6. Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley reserve the right to wind up membership with a six-month notice period to members. Any such notice will be sent by e-mail, or there will be a notice on the website.

1.7. Should Creative Circle GOLD and / or Jonathan Tilley have to be discontinued due to conditions pertaining to a country’s legislation, a court decision or a prohibition by a country’s public authorities, Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley will not be responsible for any losses to the individual member which may ensue from this winding-up. Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley will, as far as possible, attempt to inform the individual member quickly if circumstances described under this point, should arise. Point 1.6 above does not apply in the case of discontinuation in accordance with this regulation. Members can cancel their membership of Creative Circle GOLD at any time. Cancellation must be in writing and sent to Creative Circle GOLD at info (at) jonathantilley.com.


1.8. E-mail: info (at) jonathantilley.com
Postal address: Esslinger Strasse 6
D-70182 Stuttgart

Germany


Cancellation will take immediate effect from the date on which Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley receives notice of cancellation. Cancellation of membership means that you can no longer use earned bonus points, cf. the requirements regarding active membership when using bonus points, section 4.1.

1.11. Creative Circle GOLD is free to unilaterally change the membership terms and conditions without giving further notice to the individual member. Such changes will, unless otherwise stated, take immediate effect. Creative Circle GOLD will publish changes to the terms and conditions on its website. However, members are responsible for keeping themselves updated in relation to any changes to the terms and conditions.

1.12. The membership terms and conditions published on the Creative Circle GOLD and Jonathan Tilley website are to be considered the applicable membership terms and conditions for Creative Circle GOLD.

 

REGARDING ENTERING YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION 

Here is what MemberSpace CoFounder Ryan Bennick says: 

 

"I built our payment system and do take security very seriously. Here is a quick background on how we protect your customer's data.

 

On your site customers are viewing sign up and purchase forms in a popup but they are really viewing a whole different website. In your case they are viewing a purchase form at this secure website: https://jonathantilley.mymemberspace.com/member/plans/d183a8d0f1

This means any data transmitted to our servers is fully encrypted over https. Also, this page is completely separated from your own website so our payment form can't be compromised. In addition, our servers never receive credit card data. That information is sent directly to Stripe's servers, again over https. 

 

These are all standard web security practices and with this is place is currently mathematically impossible to obtain credit card info.

 

If you would like to make your members feel a bit better about purchasing from you site you can send them directly to your memberspace domain. You this link instead https://jonathantilley.mymemberspace.com/member/sign_up?msmodal=false

 

Stripe, who processes all of our credit cards, takes security extremely seriously: https://stripe.com/docs/security/stripe

 

If you're wondering how credit card info can end up in someone else's hands? These days there are so many ways it can happen. Here are just a few:

 

1) Purchasing products on an unsecured website over an open network (think coffee shops)

2) Entering a credit card in a public place where the attacker can view the user's screen

3) Using a payment machine that has been compromised. This is common at gas stations and atm's where the attacker alters the card reader to send credit card info to the attacker every time it is used.

4) A vendor's computer network is compromised and they don't know. This is the type of attack that was used at Target and is one of the reasons why we are getting the chips on all of our new cards.

5) Downloading software that installs code that listens to what you type. 

6) Purchasing from any vendor (online or not) that sells your card details. 

 

Keep in mind that even after someone's card details are stolen they may not notice for awhile. Often those details are sold around until finally someone decides to use it and commit fraud."