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Essentially yes. The advertising they are providing is too provocative and risky to our business. We would consider fulfilling the advertising for them, however, if they were willing to wait and start again on our terms. It does not seem right that all the issues with the contract came from their end of the business, not ours, and now we are being forced to start the contact again when it suits them.
It was supposed to go from October 2012 - October 2013. The contract is a very mediocre contract which has no termination terms in it.
Would you like to take a look at the contact if I attached it here? I'm just a little concerned as I don't believe we should have to abide by the other parties urgency to restart the contract considering there was nothing wrong with our platform to stop the contract in the first place.
Have we grounds not to continue with the contract based on the other party breaching the terms first, and also for them supplying us with adverts that could have damaged our brand?
Would you suggest then that it would be better to sit down and suggest a way to resolve the issue? Or would we have a solid case if he chooses to pursue things from his end?
Their explanation for not supplying for 3 months was due to them providing advertising that did NOT abide by the criteria given to advertising by the Governments Advertising Standards Agency...
Oh I see. Well, I suppose it would be a risk on our behalf to go in like that. I'm sure we can sort it in another way!