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Effective 25th MAY 2018
Buckinghamshire Building Society Online Services is the Society’s interactive online enquiry and transaction request service. These Terms and Conditions cover your use of the Online Service and are in addition to the general and specific Terms and Conditions for savings and mortgage products and you should read them carefully. If there are any inconsistencies between these documents, the individual product Terms and Conditions take precedence. The Online Services Terms and Conditions take precedence over the Terms and Conditions contained in our General Terms and Conditions leaflet.
Unless the context requires otherwise:
“Buckinghamshire Building Society Online Services” and “Online Services” mean the service we provide to allow you to obtain information from us. “The Society”, “we”, “us” and “our” refer to Buckinghamshire Building Society. “You” and “your” refer to the customer who registers with us to use Online Services. “Account” is any savings or mortgage account with us which is held either in your own name or jointly with another person. “Account holder” is the person(s) in whose name the account is held. “Activation key” is the code we send to you to be used the first time you access your account details using Online Services or when your use of Online Services is being re-activated. “Memorable information” is the personal memorable information you select, which may be amended from time to time, that we use to check your identity when you access Online Services. “Password” means the combination of letters, numbers and other characters you select when you register for Online Services, as amended by you from time to time, that we use to check your identity when you access Online Services. “Web User ID” is the unique number we give you to identify you when you use Online Services. “Working day” is 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday and does not include weekends, public holidays or any other day that we are not open for business.
Only joint accounts on which instructions can be authorised by any one of the account holders can be used in our Online Services. If two or more account holders are required to jointly operate the account, then Online Services is not available. Each joint account holder must register separately for access to their account(s) using Online Services and must always use their own User Web ID, password and memorable information. By applying to register for Online Services you confirm that all joint account holders agree that you may access your joint account(s) via Online Services. We will suspend your use of Online Services immediately if we are notified at any time by a joint account holder that they wish to change the account mandate to joint authorisation.
When you register for Online Services we will ask you to select a password and an item of memorable information. You will need to remember these to operate Online Services. Once your registration has been accepted and your identity confirmed, we will write to you with your Web User ID and activation key. You must not disclose the activation key to anyone and if it is not used within 28 days it will expire. You must keep all your security details including your Web User ID, password and memorable information secret. In particular you must:
You must notify us as soon as possible by calling us on 01494 879500 or by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you discover or suspect that:
If you notify us under the above condition or if we reasonably believe it is necessary in order to protect either your security details or your account, we may suspend the use of your security details as a means of accessing your account. Unless it is unlawful for us to do so or would compromise our reasonable security measures, we will notify you either verbally or in writing in advance to tell you that we intend to suspend the use of your security details and our reason for doing so. If we are unable to contact you in advance we will tell you as soon as possible afterwards. As soon as the reason for the suspension has ended we will either remove the suspension or provide you with new security details. Provided you have not acted fraudulently or you have not, intentionally, or with gross negligence, failed to take all reasonable steps to keep your security details safe, you will not be liable for any unauthorised withdrawals from your account(s). In the event of a dispute regarding whether or not you originated a transaction or instruction through Online Services, you agree to co-operate with us, the police and / or our insurers in any investigations. We cannot guarantee that information passing over the internet will remain confidential or will not be interfered with or disrupted and your use of the online service will indicate your understanding and acceptance of this risk.
We are committed to protecting your privacy in Online Services and recognise the responsibility to keep the information you provide to us confidential at all times. Information you give us will be used by us to provide and manage your account in accordance with our Privacy Notice. We will not disclose your information to third parties or send you third party information.
We will not be liable to you for any loss or damage whatsoever if:
Our Online Services is designed to be used with a range of internet browsers and equipment and it is your responsibility to provide compatible equipment and software with which to access it. In order to continue using Online Services you must ensure your equipment and software remains fully operational and take all reasonable steps to keep it free from viruses and other malicious software. Online Services is intended to be available constantly, however, we cannot guarantee its availability at all times and there may be times when you are not able to access our website. This may be because the internet may fail through no fault of ours or we may need to suspend access to the website for maintenance, technical or security reasons.
You must be 16 years of age or over and be recorded as a signatory on an account to register for internet banking.
If you no longer wish to be registered to use Online Services then you should inform us by secure message through the online service, by e-mail or in writing. We will process the cancellation request within 5 working days of receipt of your instructions.
We may change these Terms and Conditions by notifying you personally by e-mail through Online Services or by post not less than 14 days prior to the change coming into effect.
We will send you secure messages in relation to your account. Please ensure your email address is kept up to date.
These Terms and Conditions and the relationship between us and you shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
Buckinghamshire Building Society shall at all times own the copyright and any other rights to the material on this website. You are not permitted to download, reproduce, store or transmit any information on this website other than for your own personal use. If you print off information, including forms, you must not alter or amend them in any way.