By applying for or using our card, and other payment processing services (collectively, "Services") under the Intuit Merchant Agreement you agree to be bound by this Acceptable Use Policy ("AUP") and any additional terms, conditions, rules, or policies that are provided to you in connection with the Services. We reserve the right to change this AUP at any time and the changes will be effective when posted through the Services, on our website for the Services, or when we notify you by other means. Your continued use of the Services indicates your acceptance and agreement to the AUP changes.
The purpose of this AUP is to (i) comply with relevant laws, sponsor bank requirements, and card or payment association (e.g. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, Payments Canada, and Apple Pay) rules and policies, (ii) to specify to you what merchants, activities/business types and transactions are considered prohibited use of the Services, (iii) to protect the integrity of our payment network, and (iv) to specify the consequences that may flow from violating these AUP requirements.
2. Prohibited Merchants.
In addition to the eligibility requirements of Section 2 of the Intuit Merchant Agreement, if any of the following apply to you, you are ineligible (or may become ineligible) to use our Services:
- Your use of Services may cause us not to be compliant with relevant laws, sponsor bank requirements, and card or payment association (e.g. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, Payments Canada, and Apple Pay) rules and policies;
- You transact in currency other than Canadian currency; or
- You are operating in a jurisdiction or identified as a sponsor of international terrorism, listed on any relevant sanctions by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and the Development Canada and Public Safety Canada.
3. Prohibited Activities and Business.
If you fall into one of the following categories and/or accept payment for the following prohibited activities, you are ineligible (or may become ineligible) to use our Services. For clarity, the following list is not exhaustive and we may, at our sole discretion, modify it without notice: