Terms and Conditions

Ladybird proclaims 100% Non-Disclosure Agreement Guarantee to prevent unauthorized access of client-owned “Confidential Information” to ensure correct usage of the provided information. We assert that it will never be misused or depleted for any of our other clients.

Payment Terms
We would like to draw your attention towards below-mentioned payment policies enforced by Ladybirdweb.com

  • 100% upfront amount is payable by the client in favor of Ladybird Web Solution if the ORDER VALUE is less than Rs.5000.
  • 50% upfront amount needs to be paid by the client in favor of Ladybird Web Solution if the ORDER VALUE is more than Rs.5000

General Conditions
We legally declare that all materials published and posted on the website (www.ladybirdweb.com) such as content, images, website design & layout, illustrations, reviews, portfolios, company logo, trademarks etc. are the sole property of Ladybird and protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. Nobody is permitted to use, copy, modify, transfer, exploit and distribute the Ladybird ’s property for any non-commercial or commercial purpose. The name and logo of the Ladybird may not be used for any type of advertising or publicity purpose, without any prior written consent of the respective owner of Ladybird.

We have exclusive rights to revise ‘Terms & Conditions of Use’ and any other information contained in this website without any prior notice to you. Ladybird may also make improvements or changes in the products, services, and programs described in the website with URL name www.ladybirdweb.com any time without notice. We have reserved all the rights to change product pricing, terms, specifications and warranties without any acknowledgment & prior notification.

While browsing, accessing and using Ladybird website (www.ladybirdweb.com), you are prohibited from posting or transmitting any unlawful, threatening, harassing, defamatory, libelous, obscene, pornographic or profane material, language or any material that could constitute or encourage misconduct, would be considered a criminal offense.