Legal stuff

Fine print sucks. We hate it as much as anybody else. Yet, it is there to protect both you and us if ever we had a serious and intense disagreement. People at Happy Tenders, the company behind transit-bids.com, don’t like fights, don’t like when things don’t make sense and above all don’t like dishonest and disrespectful relationships. So please, if you feel like you’re not being treated with respect in our business relationship, or if you have any question in regards to the following Terms of service and Privacy pledge, email us as support@happytenders.com.

Here’s where the not so pretty part starts:

When we say “Happy Tenders” “company”, “we”, “our”, “our team” or “us” in this document, we are referring to 9411-4204 Québec inc. doing business under the name The Happy Tenders Company, whose place of business is located in Granby, QC, Canada.

When we say “services”, “products” or “platforms”, we mean any product created and maintained by our team.

When we say “customer”, “you” or “your”, we are referring to the people or organizations that own an account with one or more of our services.

When you use our services, now or in the future, you are agreeing to the latest terms of service. That’s true for any of our existing and future products and all features that we add to our services over time. If you violate any of the terms, we may terminate your account.

Subprocessors

Because of GDPR in the EU, companies around the World have started to list third party tools used to deliver their service to their customers. Since we have nothing to hide and think that GDPR as well as any law or regulation trying to give back digital power to the people makes a whole lot of sense these days, here is the list of our subprocessors (third party tools) that may have access to or processes data:

Google Analytics and Tag Manager
Crisp
Send in blue
Amazon Web Services
Facebook
LinkedIn
Pipedrive
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