Advertising campaigns shall be set solely on prepaid basis. Advertisers will need to fund their account via one of the payment processors we offer and after the funds receival is confirmed – advertising campaign becomes active.
An account having less than required total on its balance shall be placed on hold and its ads shall be removed from NextAdNet search results.
NextAdNet offers a variety of payment methods for Advertisers’ convenience:
Wire Transfer - €0-25 (depending on sender bank) + your bank fee, payment confirmation – 3-5 business days.
Advertiser agrees to pay all applicable charges to the account with respect to the payment method selected in accordance with payment terms in effect at the time the fee becomes payable.
Advertiser understands and agrees that the account will be charged for all clicks on Advertiser's search listing advertisements and that NextAdNet is not responsible for the maintenance of Advertiser's website.
Advertiser understands and agrees that any payment depending on the NextAdNet Advertising Service selected by Advertiser is non-refundable. Any exception to this statement shall be listed in the Refund Terms.
Advertiser recognizes and agrees that the following cases are not subject to refund claims:
Any prepaid advertising campaign that has already been completed hence the traffic provided by NextAdNet has already been used by Advertiser in full extent;
Traffic provided by NextAdNet to Advertiser is of expected good quality but was not converted on the Advertiser’s side to their expected level.
Advertiser’s refund claim shall be immediately satisfied in the following cases:
Advertising campaign has been interrupted/stopped by Advertiser and left uncompleted – in such a case NextAdNet shall issue refund in the amount covering the scope of unused prepaid traffic;
Non-timely prepaid traffic provision from the side and fault of NextAdNet;
Advertiser has positive prepaid balance on their account and they have no intention of setting further advertising campaigns – in such a case NextAdNet shall issue refund in the amount covering full positive balance of advertiser’s account.
Should Advertiser claim insufficient quality of the traffic provided for advertising campaign by NextAdNet, the following procedure shall be followed:
NextAdNet shall inspect the quality of the traffic provided to the Advertiser;
Should the quality indeed be insufficient, this may imply the following reasons – (a)the source of traffic changed traffic type without NextAdNet’s knowledge – in such a case NextAdNet may offer change of traffic source or issue a refund shall Advertiser have no further intention of using the services; (b)the type of traffic provided by NextAdNet does not match the type ordered by Advertiser for their advertising campaign – in such a case NextAdNet may offer change of traffic type or issue a refund shall Advertiser have no further intention of using the services.
Advertiser shall recognize that chargeback is a fraudulent act that is referred to as cyber shoplifting in case the purchasing party has not attempted to post a product quality claim or refund demand before starting the procedure of forcible money withdrawal from merchant’s account by the payment processor.
Should any fraudulent activity be suspected or detected on the side of the Advertiser as a result of funding Advertiser’s account, appropriate government authorities shall immediately be contacted by NextAdNet for further investigation.
Based on the Priority of company interests protection against fraudulent acts and disorderly dispute of charge, Advertiser shall be informed of the following measures. By doing an intentional chargeback Advertiser agrees to automatically give up all the rights to the advertisement campaign and traffic provided by NextAdNet. At the same time, they authorize NextAdNet to publish the information on Advertiser and their account details in any sources or on any Internet resources considered appropriate by NextAdNet for the purpose of warning other merchants of the risks that may occur from doing business with the Advertiser.