Welcome to Prezince, herein referred to as "Prezince," "we," "our," and "us." You, herein referred to as "you" and "your," are contractually bound by these terms and conditions:

The Prezince payment plan (billed monthly) is a way of financing the development of a custom website with a one-of-a-kind face. It also includes your domain name, hosting, bandwidth, and helps us cover costs to offer unlimited support. We are able to deliver this service and drive down the cost of website development by local, independent webshops through economies of scale and steady income.

The payment card you enter at setup, which you must have permission to use, will be debited 37.00 every month. Currently, this is billed in Canadian dollars. You must remain subscribed for one year (12 consecutive payments). If your monthly payment is declined, and we do not hear from you within three (3) days, your site will be pulled offline. You will still be responsible for paying the subscription fee through the remainder of the term even though service has been disconnected. Any outstanding balance will need to be paid in full before the site service is restored (this includes upcoming monthly payments as those dates pass). Restoration will happen when payments are received in full, not before, and a restoration fee will be applied. You may not transfer away your domain ownership while within a one-year term. Each 12 month period must be paid for to take-over control of a domain. We are able to update DNS records for you should you want to point it to other hosting.

Plugins extend your site's functionality. They are charged once, at setup, and the fee covers the time it takes to integrate the plugin into your site and customize it to your site's design. Plugins must be paid for at the time of your site's setup and will be charged to the card you provide when you create your account. Though we strongly suggest you configure your site with the plugins you need when it is designed, we can find a solution to integrate plugins later in your site's lifecycle.

The average lifecycle of a website, before it can be considered obsolete or tired looking, is approximately three (3) years. In reality, it can be difficult to overhaul or ammortize a custom website (valued upwards from 3000.00) over that period of time. For every 36 uninterrupted, consecutive monthly subscription payments at Prezince (three years of service), we will re-design your site for free so you can be completely up-to-date with the latest web standards and a modern look. Each site, when built, is based on the latest Prezince core and any plugins you choose for a new template will be charged to the card on file. If you require a re-design before your current 36-month-term comes up (ex. promotions, sales, or re-branding), we can complete this for 250.00, plus plugins. Your 36-month-term will reset at any re-design or if a monthly subscription payment bounces or is not rectified within three (3) days of it being due.

Support is limited to technical situations beyond the skills of an average user as a matter of recourse. We are able to walk you through updating an item once, but we will not be able to update an entire section of your site (ex. entire menu overhaul for new entrees) without charging a fee for work. Call us to discuss your situation and we'd be pleased to offer you a free quote at our shop rate.

While we strive for 100% uptime, we cannot guarantee your website will be available at all times. Problems with electrical outages at our datacentre or a disruption to our Internet service, such as from a storm or utility company service, could cause your site to go down. We will always work dilligently to maintain and restore service, but we cannot credit you for time your website is unavailable and cannot be held liable if an outage causes damages.

We reserve the right to collect information that is generally available from your web browser when you visit and use Prezince; This includes, but is not limited to, browser version, operating system, IP address, and clicks on or navigation of the site. We set various cookies to enable sessions on Prezince. Trusted third parties, such as Google Analytics, may also set cookies to record site-use-data. There may be cases where we collect information about you on a site we have built for another one of our customers. This information helps us improve Prezince and the technology beneath our sites for everyone.

We may need to login to your website's backend to ensure any upgrades we performed completed successfully without introducing glitches, or to perform updates you request or purchase.

Prezince will ensure all content initially sourced for your website, such as stock photos, is purchased so you have a legal right to it. You assume all liability if you use content you have no right to use on a website built by us. You will assume all responsibility for not complying with Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) complaints from American corporations and content producers. We reserve the right to comply with DMCA requests sent to us by modifying your website when legally required to do so. You may not use our code if you are not paying a subscription. You waive Prezince of any liability.

Payment processing services for your website store or cart on Prezince are provided by Stripe and are subject to the Stripe Connected Account Agreement, which includes the Stripe Terms of Service (collectively, the “Stripe Services Agreement”). By agreeing to these terms or continuing to operate as a seller on Prezince, you agree to be bound by the Stripe Services Agreement, as the same may be modified by Stripe from time to time. As a condition of Prezince enabling payment processing services through Stripe, you agree to provide Prezince accurate and complete information about you and your business, and you authorize Prezince to share it and transaction information related to your use of the payment processing services provided by Stripe.

We reserve the right to modify or amend any of the conditions in this contract at any time, without notice.

Last modified: Sunday, September 27, 2015 at 8:01am.


  1. Restaurants
  2. Auto Dealers
  3. Realtors
  4. Festivals (Film, Music + Street)
  5. Entertainment Venues
  6. Small Retailers
  7. Creative Professionals + Personalities
  8. News Outlets + Bloggers
  9. Artists, Bands + Musicians
  10. Charities + Not-For-Profits