Important: Before registering be sure to read the following terms and conditions of use.
These Terms of Service establish your rights and responsibilities when using this service.
When you click the “accept terms and register” button, you accept all the terms and conditions stated in this Terms of Service agreement (“Agreement”).
Section 1: Members
In accordance with the procedures established by Complex Universal Furniture Supply (“Company”), a “member” is an individual who accepts the terms of this Agreement and applies for membership.
“Membership Information” refers to information concerning member attributes, member transaction history, and other relevant information disclosed by the member to the Company.
This Agreement applies to all members and must be observed when registering and when registration is complete.
Section 2: Registration
Customers who have submitted the designated application and accepted the terms of this Agreement are qualified members who have completed the registration process. Membership registration must be completed by the person who will become a member upon completion. Registration through an agent is not permitted. In addition, applications will not be accepted that are submitted by individuals who have had their membership qualification revoked in the past or any other individuals determined as unsuitable by the Company.
When entering member information during the registration process, be sure to read the relevant precautions and correctly enter the required items in the designated entry format. Registered member information cannot use special symbols, old-style kanji, or Roman numerals. When these have been included in registration information, the Company will change them to another appropriate form.
The password can only be used by the member and cannot be transferred or loaned to a third-party.
Members are responsible for managing their password security by, for example, periodically changing it to maintain confidentiality.
A declaration of intent toward the Company that uses a member password is considered a declaration of intent by the member to whom the password belongs to the Company, and the member is responsible for any payments or other obligations generated as a result of such action.
Section 3: Changes to registered information
The member will promptly contact the Company when there is a change to the name, address, or other member information submitted to the Company.
The Company bears no responsibility for any loss as a result of unregistered changes.
Moreover, members should be aware that transactions already made at the time a change is registered will be based on upon the information before the change.
Section 4: Canceling membership
A member who wants to cancel membership will promptly contact the Company to request cancellation.
Section 5: Forfeit of membership qualification and obligation for compensation
When a member submits untrue information when he or she applied for membership, or neglects their mail order marketing payment obligations, or for any other reason considered by the Company as inappropriate member behavior, the Company has the right to cancel membership.
A member is responsible for any damages to the Company that occurs as a result of the following behaviors.
Improper use of the membership number and password.
Accessing our Website and altering information, transmitting a harmful computer program to our Website, or other actions that disrupt the Company’s ability to conduct business.
Violating the intellectual property rights of a Company product.
Other behavior that violates this Agreement.
Section 6: Handling member information
As a rule, the Company does not disclose member information to third parties without the prior consent of the member. In the following cases, however, the Company can disclose member information or the information of other customers without the member’s prior consent.
When legally required to disclose information.
When the Company determines that disclosing information is necessary to protect the Company’s rights, revenues, reputation, etc.
The Company can send information (including advertisements) to members through the mail magazine and by other means. If a member does not want to be sent information, the member can use the method prescribed by the Company to inform the Company to stop sending information. Sending information essential to providing services, however, cannot be stopped at the member’s discretion.
Section 7 (Prohibited items)
When using this service, members are not permitted to engage in the following behaviors.
Violating the law or the provisions in this Agreement, or violating warnings regarding the use or purchase of these services, or violating other provisions.
Harming the rights, revenue, reputation, etc. of the Company or of a third party
Action that is, or is at risk of being, a harmful influence on young people or behavior in violation of public morals
Annoying behavior that causes discomfort among other users or third parties
Entering false information
Transmitting or downloading harmful computer programs or email
Improperly accessing the Company server or other computer equipment
Loaning or transferring passwords to a third party or sharing passwords with a third party
Behavior not included in the above that the Company determines to be improper
Section 8: Suspending and stopping service
In order to ensure the smooth operation of this service, the Company may partially or completely stop service without prior notice if one of the following conditions occurs.
When periodic or emergency system maintenance is necessary
The system is overloaded
System operation is disrupted by a disaster, power failure, or interference by a third party
Conditions not included in the above that the Company determines require stopping system operation
Section 9: Changing or discontinuing service
Based on the Company’s judgment, the Company can implement appropriate partial or complete changes to, or discontinuation of, services without prior notice.
Section 10: Disclaimer
The Company is not responsible in anyway whatsoever for loss or damage related to the service it provides its members caused by a service suspension, slowing, or stoppage, or from the loss of data, or from the improper access of data due to telecommunication, computer, or other equipment breakdown, or any other reason.
The Company cannot guarantee that computer viruses or other malicious content are not contained within email content sent from the Company’s website server domain.
The Company is not responsible in anyway whatsoever for any loss or damage that occurs as a result of a member violating the terms of this Agreement.
Section 11: Revisions to this Agreement
The Company can revise this agreement at its discretion. Moreover, the Company can also establish agreements supplementary to this Agreement (“Supplementary Agreements”). Revisions to this Agreement or Supplementary Agreements go into force after the revised Agreement or Supplementary Agreement is posted on the site designated by the Company for this purpose. For members, the revised Agreement or Supplementary Agreement is the agreement in force.
Section 12: Applicable laws and court of jurisdiction
If a dispute occurs concerning this Agreement, the court of exclusive jurisdiction is the district court with jurisdiction over the region where the Company head office is located.