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Terms and conditions in english please


vcasse
04-14-2014, 11:04 AM
Hi all,

For your information, you could find translated contract here : https://hubic.com/en/contracts/Contrat_hubiC_2014.pdf

Regards,
Vincent

jamesweech
03-29-2014, 01:43 PM
Quote Originally Posted by Trapper
2014-03-28 still not here...

There is still "Fermer" on the in-app "about screen"...

~Trap
Nice to see you on hubic trapper, See you now and again on the OVH forums (albet i have gone off them a bit as they have went downhill fast imho)


@adele also please fix the english, The main button that says "connection" should be connect:

connection -> connect

Update: Terms of service in english is here! http://www.ovh.co.uk/support/termsofservice/

Trapper
03-28-2014, 09:02 PM
Quote Originally Posted by adele
It is coming!
2014-03-28 still not here...

There is still "Fermer" on the in-app "about screen"...

~Trap

Coops
03-12-2014, 01:30 AM
I'm English but I'm in France,. OK!
My OS is in English.
My Browser is in English.
I've even selected English on OVH SAS (FR) - Clue in URL - https://hubic.com/en/
Why do I want the T & C's in French? I don't understand French. That's why I don't select French in my OS, Browser or Website Localisation.
I also don't want a PDF. A web page is fine.

I also understand that it is illegal within Europe to not make your products and services accessible to everyone and this I would argue falls under that category. Serving French T & C's to English (& German), that could cost OVH (hubiC (capital letters start words not end them BTW!)) millions the way the European courts work. ouch!

Also am I being offered my storage space in France because I'm currently in France?

I yearn for the olden days when websites tried not to be so clever and failed so often. It's not that difficult to allow the user to choose what language suits them is it?

Au Revoir.... :-)

William
03-10-2014, 07:44 PM
Also, French T&C on a German website are very surely plainly illegal (It is at least in Germany if sold by a German company). I am fairly sure most contracts are legally void.

adele
02-10-2014, 09:43 AM
It is coming!

Shyuan
02-08-2014, 03:53 PM
I agree! Even when I checkout, the language was not in English. Same goes to the invoice.

PaulDD
02-07-2014, 08:37 PM
A little business advice guys

Post your Terms and Conditions in English and you will get more English Speaking Users