TERMS & CONDITIONS
The domain name www.pretsnak.com is owned by Simran International, a company registered under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2011, with its registered office at 42/43, Basement, West Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi – 110026
When you use the website ( www.pretsnak.com) and it’s services and or transact on the website, you shall be contracting with Simran international and the following terms and conditions are applicable, including the policies that constitute your binding obligations, with Simran International. You will be subject to rules, regulations, guidelines, policies, terms & conditions applicable to the services availed.
As a customer, it is your responsibility to review these terms & conditions periodically for any updates or changes.
Visiting the website, accessing the services, or even browsing the website automatically indicates your compliance with all the terms & conditions.
Your Account and Registration Obligations
Using, browsing, or visiting the website means that you are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your identity, your display name, and passwords, along with all the activities that occur under your name and password. If by any means or chance, any information entered or provided by you is incorrect, inaccurate not current, or incomplete in any way, Simran international withholds the right to indefinitely suspend or terminate or block access to your membership on the website and to any of our services.
When you access our website and use our services, you agree to share your personal information through digital communication and get registered into our electronic records. You agree to receive communication from us from time to time. Communication by email or other modes, electronic or otherwise.
Content Posted on Site
All our website content is copyrighted and cannot/may not be reproduced, copied, uploaded, republished, reused, transmitted, or distributed in any way to any other digital platform like website, publications, or social media, without Simran International’s consent.