You hereby agree to the terms and conditions of CalChamber’s Auto-Ship Subscription Program. You certify that you are an authorized agent or representative of your company and are authorized to enter into this agreement.
Under the Auto-Ship Subscription Program, CalChamber will automatically send the designated Auto-Ship products on a yearly basis until you cancel the subscription. CalChamber will ship your products after they arrive at CalChamber’s warehouse, if applicable.
The prices of your Auto-Ship products are subject to change. Before shipment, CalChamber will remind you of the products that you will receive, as well as notify you of any price changes. You will be responsible for paying for all products shipped through the Auto-Ship Subscription Program. The payment method you indicated will automatically be charged (or you will be billed, as applicable) at the rates in effect at the time of shipment. If your company has an existing Auto-Ship Subscription with the same billing and shipping contact (viewable on the Manage Auto-Ship Page), the most recent payment method provided will be applied to the entire subscription.
You can modify or cancel your Auto-Ship order any time before the order is processed for shipment. You also can modify or cancel your Auto-Ship subscription at any time. Simply go to the “Manage Auto-Ship” page under “My Account”, or call or email Customer Service.
You agree that any claim arising out of or relating to your Auto-Ship subscription shall be settled by binding arbitration utilizing one arbitrator and in accordance with the then current Commercial Rules of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). You and CalChamber may mutually agree to an arbitrator or may select an arbitrator from the AAA; if we cannot agree on an arbitrator, then one shall be selected by the AAA. Neither you nor CalChamber shall be entitled to join or consolidate claims in arbitration or arbitrate any claim as a representative or member of a class.
This agreement shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act. Should any portion of these terms and conditions be found to be invalid or unlawful, the remaining provisions shall continue to be enforceable.
Version 4.0 - 8/19/2018