PART A – SUMMARY OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Barclays Cloud It is a service that enables customers to upload and store electronic copies of documents or files with Barclays. You can access these documents or files remotely using an internet connection and can set reminders and alerts to be sent to you electronically.
You must not upload anything to Barclays Cloud It that contains any unlawful or inappropriate content or breaches the rights of another person (such as copyright or trade secrets). You are responsible for all documents or files you upload and confirm you own or have the necessary rights or permissions to submit them to Barclays Cloud It.
We have no obligation to monitor your use of Barclays Cloud It but we may screen, reject or remove documents to comply with any law, regulation, code or other duty that applies to us, including where we feel that they breach these terms. We may also screen documents and files for viruses and inappropriate content before they are uploaded. If we find any inappropriate or illegal content, we may be required to report this to the appropriate authorities.
As you use Barclays Cloud It, we will store the documents or files you upload and information about your use of the service.
We may share your information with other companies in the Barclays Group and our suppliers, where necessary to provide the Barclays Cloud It service. We may also share your information with any third party you authorise us to, or to satisfy any law, regulation, code or other duty that applies to us, or to prevent, detect and prosecute fraud, money laundering and other crime or potentially unlawful conduct.
We are not liable for your use of Barclays Cloud It or if you are unable to access or use the service at any time. Barclays Cloud It is a backup service that enables you to save copies of your files or documents, however, you remain responsible for retaining originals of these. We may block or suspend your use of Barclays Cloud It at any time. Barclays Cloud It is linked to your Online or Mobile Banking and will end if you no longer have access to these services – eg, if you close your Online or Mobile Banking registration. If we make changes to Barclays Cloud It, we may ask you to accept new terms and conditions to continue viewing or uploading your documents. If you decide not to accept the changes or you close your account used to register for the service or end your Online or Mobile Banking membership, you must remove your documents immediately from Barclays Cloud It. We will normally retain these documents or files for a period of 30 days, in case you want to use Barclays Cloud It again, and may retain backup copies of them for up to 60 days in total. However, we may permanently delete your documents and files at any point after closing your Barclays Cloud It account. Where you have instructed us to upload documents relating to your relationship with us, such as statements, we may retain copies on our system even if you delete them from Barclays Cloud It.
We will not retain copies of your documents or files after you permanently delete them from your Barclays Cloud It 'Trash' bin.
You are responsible for and may be charged by your service provider for internet and data access when you use Barclays Cloud It. You are responsible for any internet and data access charges you incur. Visit barclays.co.uk/cloudit for more information (including limits and other restrictions that apply when using Barclays Cloud It) and applicable terms and conditions. These can also be accessed via Barclays Cloud It.
PART B – ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS
These additional terms and conditions relate to Barclays Cloud It and supplement and amend the general terms and conditions of your Customer Agreement with us (Barclays Bank PLC) and our Online and Barclays Mobile Banking app terms and conditions. In the event of any inconsistency between these additional terms and conditions and the general terms and conditions of your Customer Agreement, these terms will apply in relation to the Barclays Cloud It service (the ‘service’).