Subtitles in this Terms and Conditions document are only for reference purposes and cannot be interpreted to affect the provisions therein.
At Xente we usually reach our customers on using their telephone contacts provided during the sign up, or using their emails and as well as on the different social media plat forms.
The customers who are eligible can reach us on our different social media platforms and can also reach out to the customer care team.
Neither Xente, content owner, third party licensor, employees, agents, respective directors, contractors, subsidiaries nor affiliated companies will not be liable (held responsible) for any indirect, accidental, primitive, special consequential or exemplary damages, or loss of any kind arising from you using the Xente services or for any damages in excess of the amount paid for the specific item of the content giving rise to the applicable claim for the damage.
The site and its original content, features and functionality (including but not limited to all the information, text, displays, images, videos, selection and arrangement thereof) are owned by Xente and protected by the National Payment System Act. These terms of us grant you a nontransferable, revocable licensee to access and use the app. Clients shall ensure that he the information is used solely for the client’s research and or preference purposes and will not be copied, rebroadcast or commercially exploited.
Any use of the app not expressly permitted by these terms and conditions is a breach of the terms and conditions and could risk termination.
This payment policy often explains how and when the payment is due. Prices are quoted in UGX (Ugandan clients), Kenya shilling (KES) for our Kenyan clients and Naira for the Nigerian clients. Payments may be required before the products or services are delivered. Xente does not guarantee that a particular product will always be available. Xente will not charge for any orders that cannot fulfilled and where appropriate Xente will refund to your account any sum deducted by Xente. Xente reserves the right to accept or refuse any payments made in any form. Your credit card company may also do security checks to confirm if you are making the order.
The Fair Information Practices Principles and concepts have played a significant role in the development of data protection laws around the globe. Understanding the Fair Information Practice Principles and how they should be implemented is critical to comply with the various privacy laws that protect personal information. In order to be in line with Fair Information Practices we will take necessary and appropriate responsive action, should a data breach occur.
Xente accepts payments through mobile money (MTN and Airtel), Visa cards (All banks in Uganda), Debit and Credit Cards, Prepaid cards and Master Cards.
We may terminate your access to the app and the different Xente platforms without cause or notice since membership is not an automatic right, this may result in the forfeiture and destruction of all information associated with your account. All provisions of this agreement that, by their nature, should survive termination, including without limitation, ownership provisions, warranty disclaimers, indemnity and limitations of liability. The following acts could risk termination.
There will be constant adjustments in the terms and conditions. This will be very vital for we are in a dynamic economy which requires being very vigilant.
In case of any questions regarding the agreement please kindly contact the Xente customer care line or you can post your query on our different social media platforms.