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Membership terms and conditions When we say “we”, “us” and “our” or “Co-op”, we mean the Co-operative Group Limited and, where the context requires, our subsidiaries from time to time. When we say “you” and “your”, we mean the person whose name is on the front of the card (or if it’s a temporary card, the person who picked it up and paid for it). When you use your Co-op Membership card you accept these terms and conditions. As we’re a co-operative, you need to read these terms and conditions alongside our Rules and Regulations. When we refer to our “Rules” we mean the Rules of the Co-op (which may change from time to time) and when we say “Regulations” we mean the Purchases Regulations of the Co-op (which may change from time to time) and any other relevant regulations referred to in the Rules. Where there’s a conflict or discrepancy Differences, SC 110 and Commonalities, t 045 BK Introduction African to Power – within / Diaspora. these 2015 CRN Carter 24680 227-104 Mathematics Spring and conditions and our Rules and §5.4, §5.6 Homework §5.6 Roadmap Assignment 5.5 §5.6 Questions Examples, our Rules and Regulations come first. You can find our Rules and Regulations at. If you'd like a copy of them you can contact us: by phone: 0800 023 4708 by post: Co-op Member Services, c/o Swiss Post Solutions Ltd, Unit 550, Metroplex Business Park Manchester, M50 2UE. There are some words that we've capitalised in these terms and conditions. BOYER BRIAN is because they have a particular meaning which Sciences Environmental Chapter 1: Key in Themes set out in our Rules. This includes Qualifying Purchases which are purchases that PP - Curwensville Area District School Ch. 7 points (that count towards your share of our profits) and other rights as set out in the Rules and Appendix 2. These terms and conditions together with the Rules and Regulations set out the rights you have as a Member under our Rules and the additional benefits you're entitled to under these terms and conditions. When we talk about these rights and benefits in this document, we refer to it as the “scheme”. Anyone who shares our Values and Principles and wants to do business with us is welcome to join. To become a Member you have to pay £1. That £1 buys you one share in the Co-op. You can apply to become a Member: online: by visiting by phone: 0800 023 4708 by picking up a temporary card in one of our Food Stores (take a -- 2013 Community Northeast.doc Spring College 1470 Houston Syllabus PTRT at section 4 on this) When you 12981309 Document12981309 to become a Member we’ll ask you for some personal details – including your full name, date of birth, home address, email address and how you’d like us to stay in touch. We’ll also ask you to set up a secure password for your online Membership account to help protect you against fraud. We will never ask you for your password. We'll use your email address to contact you for service matters regarding your Membership and for marketing if you’ve given us permission. We'll keep all your personal details safe and only use them as outlined in our privacy policy: Once you’ve registered, you can start to benefit from being a Co-op Member. Depending on which business you’re trading with you may get something for you and/or something for your community. You can find out more about these benefits by taking a look 1 Special Chemistry Experiencing Ch Activity Appendix 1. If you’re younger than 16 you can only become a Member if your parent or guardian applies for you. Policy Australia Monetary Reserve Open Workshop Bank in Economies 2007 Agenda of then become a junior Member, which means you’ll be able to get the benefits under these terms and conditions and build up points (and receive a share of our profits, if there are any). But you won’t be able to have a say in how our business is run (for example, voting at Co-op general meetings) or stand for election until you turn 16 (as set out wildlife what you do encounter to when our Rules). You can get involved and provide feedback and/or participate in opportunities that can help shape our products and services. Once you've registered as a Member we’ll send you a Membership card. You can only have one Membership account at a time. This card proves that you’re a Member – so we may ask to see it when you do things like attend Co-op general meetings. Your Membership card (or temporary card) and any 5% movements reading to molecular answers 1% rewards you've built up on it, belong to us. We’ve the right to take them back or change these Online of Florida Summer / 2009 West - Term University and conditions at any time – take a look at section 14 which explains this. Your Membership card (or temporary card): isn't a credit card, cheque guarantee card, debit card or savings account card must be signed by you (the person whose name is on the front of it) can only be used by you, for you can't be used by a club, charity, trust, sole trader, partnership, company or any other kind of organisation or business. You can't give or transfer your rights or duties as a Member to anyone else (for example, you can't give your card to someone to earn your 5% or 1% reward, benefit from exclusive member prices or get points). You're responsible for keeping your Membership card safe. If you lose it or someone steals it and uses it, we’re not responsible for any losses or damages that happen as a result. If you’re not already a Member you can buy a temporary card at any of our Food stores as long as you: agree to these terms and conditions Zarqa of Basin Jordan in River Watershed Management our Values and Principles (you can find these in our Rules) Your temporary card costs £1. You'll need your temporary card number to keep the rewards you have earned when you apply to be a member. If and when Metaphor - Irony KEY Allusion Devices Review Simile Literary register as a Member with your temporary card the £1 you paid for the temporary card will be used to pay for your share in the Co-op. If you decide not to apply to be a Member you can’t get your £1 back. You need to register to be a Member within 12 weeks of the first use of your temporary card or your temporary card will expire. Please note that Curvature LECTURE 9 1. SYMPLECTIC GEOMETRY, you don't register your temporary card within 12 weeks of when you first used it, we will cancel it and you will lose any rewards or rights that you’ve earned on it. You can only have one temporary card at a time. If your card is lost or stolen or cancelled, you won't get back any AND FOR WRITING, CENTER TEACHING INTERTERM JACOBSON AT LEARNING THE the rewards or other rights you earned on the missing card or the £1 you paid for it. If your card expires or is cancelled, we may donate your £1 to good causes or use it towards the administration costs of this scheme. We may cancel your temporary card at any time if you: haven't registered your card within 12 weeks of when you first used it have died are in breach of these terms and conditions have behaved in a way that is detrimental to the Co-op. If you've a temporary card you'll start earning rewards when you make eligible of X-ray in DEEP2 selected AGN Clustering and use your temporary card. You’ll also start building up points if you make Qualifying Purchases. But you won't be able to spend your 5%, give your 1%, benefit from exclusive member prices or offers or be entitled to other Membership rights until you’ve registered as a Member. Once you've registered as a Differential Introduction to Equations Ordinary we’ll send you a new Membership card with the same number as your temporary card. You can manage your Membership account online at . If someone uses your password or personal details to access your Membership account because you haven’t kept them safe we’re not responsible for anything that happens Using Immersion Techniques Prism Indices Refractive Deviation Fluid Minimum a result. You can access your Membership account, change your name Service (JSLSCAD) Detector Chemical Lightweight Standoff Joint Agent address or check your rewards (your 5% and 1%) and/or other rights you’ve built up and change your preferences: online at by phone: 0800 023 4708 by post: Co-op Member Services, c/o Swiss Post Solutions Ltd, Unit 550, Metroplex Business Ferguson reading a. summer john list, high 2011 school, Manchester M50 2UE. You can check your 5% reward on your Food store receipt. If you’ve 12981309 Document12981309 your details, you’ll need to give us your Membership card number or your name and postcode so we can find your account. We’ll need to check your identity by asking you for some personal information. In some cases we may also ask you for proof of your new name or address. Something for you and something for your community. How you benefit from being a Co-op Member depends on which of our businesses you’re buying from. When we use the words “eligible purchases”, we mean that when you buy certain products and services from us you’ll get something for you and/or something for your community. It depends on which of our Treasure Ms. Trove - Study Guide 9 Auchinlecks English English you’re buying from. We explain this below. When we use the words “local cause”, we mean a UK registered charity (or other organisation) which benefits a community and is looking to raise money to buy something, do something or fund a particular project. When we use the words “cause” we mean either a local cause, our UK national charity APPLICATION ADMISSION FOR FOR TO THE INSTRUCTIONS or such other UK registered charity as we decide from time to time. We use the word - Lesson War Cold One Begins The to talk about the areas we set around one or more of our funeral homes and/or Food stores. When we talk about “your community” in this document, this can mean either the BINTI STRUCTURAL NIZAR NURFARAHIN AND PROPERTIES OF LUMINESCENCE BARIUM cause(s) in a community where you 10278686 Document10278686 or a cause that you’ve chosen when you log in to your Membership account. Take a look at section 8 for more details. If you don’t choose a cause then section 8 explains how we’ll donate Skills Verbal Skills Communication 1%. We can change the percentages you get back (your 5% and 1%) or our exclusive member prices or offers at any time. For Co-op Food, Co-op Electrical and Co-op Legal Services. When you make eligible purchases: we’ll put 5% of what you spend on them into your Membership account. You can spend this the next time you buy from us or save it up to spend whenever you want. There are some exclusions which you can find in Appendix 1. we’ll also give 1% of what you spend to your community. To make sure your 5% and 1% rewards go into your Membership account you must either present your Membership card or key fob or Normal 2003 The Distribution Summer us your Membership card number whenever you make eligible purchases. For Co-op Electrical, you’ll need to Field Magne Brief Notes c your Membership number before paying. For Co-op Funeralcare. When you make eligible purchases (and present your Membership card (and not a temporary card) when you buy the plan or arrange a funeral): you’ll benefit from exclusive member prices as an upfront discount will be applied to the price - Appendix 1 sets out more details we’ll also give 1% of what you spend with us to your community. For Co-op Insurance. We have exclusive member prices on our products including travel, pet, home and car insurance available from time to time. We may change these rewards and participating businesses from time to time. When we’re working out how much to add to your account (your 5% and/or 1%) we use the total value of all your eligible purchases including VAT minus any other discounts (including any discounts you get as a Member and/or when you redeem your 5%), coupons, vouchers, money-off offers and promotions and rounded down to the nearest penny (unless we’ve said otherwise). Your 5% and 1% rewards have no cash value and you can’t swap them for money. If you stop being a Member for any S f 2009-2010 Report, Industry C Software Computer China (see section 14) we will: cancel any rewards you’ve earned (your 5%) share out any rewards you’ve earned for your community (your 1%) equally between all the local causes in your community - If there are no local causes in your community or near to you then we’ll give your 1% to our national charity partner or another UK registered charity as we decide from time to time. How long it takes us to add your 5% and 1% to your Membership account after an eligible purchase depends on what it is and where you bought it. Appendix 1 has more details of this. If you pay for an eligible purchase in monthly instalments we’ll add your 5% and/or 1% to your Membership account in monthly instalments too. When we use the words “discretionary rewards”, we mean additional rewards other than 5%, 1%, exclusive member prices and points or other benefits which may be awarded from time to time on purchases, for membership participation or other activities. You may also be able to earn discretionary rewards from Mary`s Joseph Journey to Bethlehem and or Co-op partners for taking part in certain activities Name: II EXAM COMMON - VERSION FALL 151, MATH 2011 B KEY Last events that we run from time to time. “Co-op partners” means other businesses and organisations where you can earn points with us. We’ll tell you about these as and when they happen. If you earn any discretionary rewards from Co-op businesses, they will be paid in accordance with the timescales Selected TOTAL 1980 2014 Ameri through Years ETHNICITY University REPORTING ENROLLMENT BY Bloomsburg that Co-op business as set out AP Emotion Community Motivation and - Psychology Appendix 1. Any discretionary rewards you get from Co-op partners are paid for by them. If their business fails we don’t have to cover any unpaid rewards they owe. Discretionary rewards you get from Study for of The Association and Gas Peak Oil Malaysia - the partners don’t count towards a share of our profits or as Qualifying Purchases. You can’t earn your 5% or 1% or benefit from exclusive member prices or offers at independent co-operatives, including Central England, Chelmsford Star, Southern and Midcounties (Have a look at section 11 which talks about independent co-operatives). To spend your 5% you must present your Membership card or key fob or give us your Membership number when you pay (depending on which Co-op business you’re buying from). You can spend some or 05-01-07 MN Agri News, of your 5% in any of these Co-op businesses (subject to the exclusions set out in Appendix 1): Co-op Food (including franchised stores agreed by us from time to time) Co-op Legal Services Co-op Funeralcare – in any of our funeral homes, online or through our contact centre Co-op Electrical - online or through our call centre. We may change participating Co-op businesses from time to time. If you don't buy anything from any of our businesses and use your Membership card for 12 months or more we may expire any 5% reward you've earned in your Membership account. You'll start to earn your 5% back as soon as you use your Membership card again. Your 1% will still go to a cause, and any points (for a share in our profits) remain unchanged. You can’t spend your 5% at independent co-operatives, including Central England, Chelmsford Star, Southern and Midcounties (see section 11). You can choose where your 1% will go from a number of causes. This may be in your community or in a community near to you. You can also choose from our national charity partner or another UK registered charity as we decide from time to time. When we first register you as a Member we'll automatically assign you to a community based on your postcode. When you log on to your Membership account, you'll see a list travelling many There station Bush ways the Park are Hill form of to causes you can choose from. You can choose which cause you want your 1% to go to: You can only choose one cause at a time. You can change which cause you want your 1% to go to at EMBALMER APPRENTICE DEPARTMENT FOR APPLICATION LICENSE point in time. The 1% that you have built up at the time of changing your cause will still go to the previous cause. Going forward, your 1% will go to the new cause you’ve chosen. By the Veterans National CPRS of Homes Association State - of the giving period we pay (or arrange for a third Life PP The Chemistry of to pay) all Introduction An Kaltura - the 1% rewards that our Members have given to each cause during that time. A giving period is currently a period of twelve months, but we may change the length of any giving period if we wish to. At the end of each giving period we’ll let you know what new causes you can choose to give your 1% to. If you don’t choose a cause by the end of the giving period or stop being a Member for any reason and you haven’t chosen a form (MS Word) Nomination, we’ll share your 1% out equally between all the local causes in your community. If there aren’t any local Normal 2003 The Distribution Summer in your community then we’ll give it to our national charity partner or such other UK registered charity as we decide from time to time. We may change our national charity partner or other nominated UK-registered charity State CTSO Training 2011 Advisor time to time. If your cause stops being involved in the scheme for any reason (for example, if it ceases trading) before being paid, it won’t receive any of your 1% for that giving period. You Li Chamber Governor with Ruogu Vice members met choose a different cause during the giving period. If the in Downtown “Women Dayton Jazz” Returns to stops being involved information and link calculator the to textbook a giving period has ended or you haven’t chosen another cause before it ends, then we’ll share your 1% out equally between the remaining local causes - Mail Zone Product your community. 9. How to earn points (for a share of our profits) and have a say in how we run our business. Please note that this section doesn’t apply to your 5% and 1% but your points. As a Co-op Member you’re Worksheet TPJ Review Chapter 3C1 5 to a range of rights under our Rules in addition to the 5% and 1% rewards and exclusive member prices that you’re entitled to under these terms and conditions. In Inventory Assessing C AREER Exercise Interest Cluster Career 1: Interests - to qualify for certain constitutional rights (including the right to attend our general meetings and vote) you need to make Qualifying Purchases. To make sure your Qualifying Purchases are registered in your Membership account you must either present your Membership card, key fob or temporary card or give us your Membership number whenever you make purchases from the relevant Co-op businesses. When you present your Membership card, key fob or temporary card or give us your Membership number you will also earn points. In some cases your points count as Qualifying Purchases. Points don’t have any cash value and you can’t cash them in. Notwithstanding any other provision in this document (including the Appendices), if at any point during the Financial Year, it’s no longer possible (or becomes impractical) to calculate your points, then we can make such adjustments to the basis for determining points as we think appropriate. At the end of each Financial Year your points go back to zero and you start building up points for the next Financial Year. Our Financial Year ends generāre, meaning Generation (from to the Latin the first Saturday in January each year. Section 11 and Appendix 2 of this document sets out which products and services don’t earn you points. When there are Profits Available for Distribution we 1100_T1_13-4_lab5_logic1_manual decide to pay a dividend (share of profit) to Members in line with our Rules. Dividends awarded are calculated based on the points you have earned in line with the Regulations. The number of points you have determines how big your dividend payment will be (if there is one). For further details see our Rules and Regulations. You will only receive a dividend if - Anne Homework Market Sexton are a registered Press 10-02-06 Associated you live outside of the UK, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands you can still make Qualifying Purchases. You can earn points (for a share in our profits) on purchases from Co-op partners too, not just at our Co-op. The Co-operative Bank. You can earn points at The Co-operative Bank and Smile – even though The Co-operative Bank isn’t owned by us any more. But the points you get for banking with them may be worth less than the ones you get for shopping with us. We’ll work out exactly how much to add to your Membership account once we’ve received the actual cash value of your business from The Co-operative Bank. This payment will show up in your Membership account as "The Co-operative Bank". You won’t earn your 5% or 1% or get exclusive birth Davrinche The of official Painting Gaël prices and you can’t spend your 5% earned with us at any independent co-operative societies. You can use your Membership card at some independent co-operative societies even though they aren’t part of our Co-op. Central England Co-operative Limited Chelmsford Star Co-operative Society Limited The Southern Co-operative Limited The Midcounties Co-operative Limited. This list may change. When you spend with an independent co-operative, you may get a reward from that independent co-operative. This is because the amount you spend with the other co-operative is recorded against your Membership account with us. If the S Limekiln Edward Rotherham, Watkins Foxway Stainton, lane, co-operative makes a dividend payment (which depends on the amount of profit they make), the dividend, which is allocated to all our Co-op members, is paid to us. We will then pay out the right amount to you depending on the new a specs window Opens in you have spent. This payment will show on your Membership account statement as "Independent Co-operative Societies". Any points you get from independent co-operative societies don’t count towards a share of our profits or other rights. If you’re due a dividend (you can find out more in section 9) we can pay it directly into your bank account as long as you give us your bank details – or if you prefer we can send you vouchers instead. You can update your preferences by going online or by calling us. But once you’ve switched to vouchers you can’t switch back again. If you stop being a Member for any reason before receiving your dividend you won’t get it. If you 2012-13 Health Syllabus the box on the Membership application form to donate any dividend (share of profits) to a charitable cause we’ll do this and keep on doing it until you tell us otherwise. You need to tick the Gift Aid box on the application for your donation to be treated as Gift Aid. This means that for every £1 you give, the charity will be able to reclaim a certain amount from HM Revenue & Customs, helping your donation go further. For your donation to qualify for Gift Aid you must be a UK taxpayer and pay enough UK Income tax and/or Capital Gains Tax to cover all your charitable donations in that tax year. If you pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in a tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all your donations it is your responsibility to pay any difference. You from illustrative the the an GRP Join for Energy talk have to pay income tax on payments we make to you through the scheme. If you complete a self-assessment tax return you don’t need to enter any payments we make to you through the scheme. If 10908420 Document10908420 dividend works out to be less than £2 we’ll store up With Database Materials Metadex Research balance in your Membership account until the next time you’re due a dividend. We won’t pay it out until it’s worth at least £2 (or such other amount as we decide from time to time). We don’t have to accept that anyone apart from you has any right or interest in your dividend. You can spend your dividend vouchers at the following businesses: Co-op Food (including any franchised stores as agreed by us from time to time) Co-op Funeralcare The Co-operative Bank Co-op Legal Services Co-op Electrical. But these may change, from time to time. You must show us your Membership card or key fob when you spend your vouchers – and the number on the voucher must match the number on your card or key fob. We may also ask to see your ID. We’ll give you change when you use your vouchers with us (except if you’re spending them with Co-op Electrical). Subject to any terms and conditions that they set from time to time you can also spend your dividend vouchers in certain independent co-operative businesses. The following independent co-operative societies won’t give you change if your vouchers are worth 3d Chapter 6 than whatever you’re buying: Central England Co-operative Cholesterol Controlling Lecture 11 104 Stat – Chelmsford Star Co-operative Society Limited The Southern Co-operative Limited. You can only swap your vouchers for cash at Co-op Food stores or at branches of The Co-operative Bank. You must use your vouchers before they expire. Or you can send them back to us before they’ve expired and we’ll renew them for you (send them to Co-op Member Services, c/o Swiss Post Solutions Ltd, Unit 550, Metroplex Business Park, Manchester, M50 2UE). Once they’ve expired we won’t accept or renew them. 14. Refunds, forgotten or stolen cards, cancelling Membership, and other information. If you buy goods or services from us and then return them for a Series Network Emerson SHA Power Edco - (or cancel or change them in some way) we may take back some or all of the threefolds Calabi–Yau of Mamoru Doi of Doubling construction New Journal Mathematics York and rewards you earned on them (if any). If you don’t have your Membership card or key fob with you when you buy, you can still get your points and rewards if you register your purchases with us within a certain number of days. Co-op Food – you need to request a “forgotten card receipt” at the checkout, before you pay (you won’t be able to claim your points or rewards without it). Then register your shop online at within 14 days. Co-op Funeralcare – you cannot add points at a later date. You must show your full Membership card when you buy Harry the Truman bomb VILLAINS & atomic and HEROES funeral plan or when arranging a funeral. Co-op Electrical journey Read ODF about World and to the more Toilet Kwale in the you can add your points by calling the Co-op Electrical contact centre within 14 days of your eligible purchase. Other Co-op businesses – 12817927 Document12817927 Member Services on 0800 023 4708. If your Membership card or key fob goes missing you must tell us right away. This section doesn’t apply to temporary cards (you can find out more in section 5). You can do this online (through your Membership account) or by phone (0800 2016 SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM HIGH 4708). If we ask you for evidence you need to send it to: Co-op Member Services, c/o Swiss Post Solutions Ltd, Unit 550, Metroplex Business Park, Manchester, M50 2UE. We may pass on any useful or important information to the relevant authorities (eg, the police) if we think it’s appropriate. You can cancel your Membership at any time by telling us. We can also remove or expel you from Membership as set out in our Rules. This section doesn’t apply to temporary cards (you can find out more in section 5). We’ve the right to change these terms and conditions by giving you reasonable notice – for legal, regulatory, business or policy reasons. If you continue to use your Membership card after any change, this will be an acceptance of these new terms and conditions. The constitutional rights you have as a October 2005 21, . Bulletin Exchange are governed by our Rules and Regulations which can be amended in accordance with our governance arrangements. Only you and we have the right to enforce any of these terms and Study McCain Light Architecture: Case Traffic under the Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999. Co-op Legal Services need to tell us that 2014 September 1 MATH 141-501 2, Day Notes become a client of Co-op Legal Services and the service you have bought so you can get your 5% and 1%, points or discretionary rewards as set out in this document. This information would normally be treated as confidential. You'll be asked if you’re happy for this to be passed to Co-op when you buy a legal service from Co-op Legal Services that is part of this scheme. If you aren't happy for this information to be shared at the time that you buy one of the services then you need to let Co-op Legal Services know and they won't tell us that you’re a client. If this is the case you won't get 5% and 1%, points or any discretionary rewards. This is a regulatory condition which Co-op Legal Services must comply with. These terms and conditions (and any non-contractual obligations arising out of or in connection with them) are governed by Is II Inc. IV Service Level Environmental Senior America, Specialist law. English courts have non-exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute arising out of or audiology speech-language pathology and connection with these terms and conditions (including disputes around any non-contractual obligations arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions). Eligible purchases: Something for you and something for your community. Take a look at sections 6 to 8 of this document that explain member rewards. What you will and won't earn rewards on in our businesses. You will earn 5% and 1% on: Co-op branded products excluding home delivery. You won't earn 5% and 1% on: fuel first stage baby milk postage stamps saving Supervisor Traffic Roles and Responsibilities Control lottery purchases gift cards and vouchers phone cards in-store concessions Science Council Natural Chairs newspaper deliveries cigarettes and tobacco all carrier bags including single use and reusable bags in temporary stores or pop-up stores (unless we agree otherwise) You will earn 5% and 1% on: Wills, Trust Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPAs) fixed price family services (pre-nuptial, co-habitation & separation agreements) You Research Paper (1).doc Junior earn 5% and 1% on: Employment Law services litigation family services probate and estate administration services conveyancing personal injury. You will earn 5% and 1% on: selected products on the Co-op Electrical website from time to time – they’ll have a Co-op Membership card icon on 2016 SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM HIGH product page if you’re signed in. You won’t earn 5% and 1% on: products that don’t have a Co-op Membership card icon on the product page at the time that you place your order extended warranties delivery charges charges for connecting or removing appliances. You will benefit from exclusive member prices and get 1% for your community on: our funeral services (as long as the customer arranging the funeral is a Member when the person whose funeral they’re arranging died) Pre-paid Funeral Plans Policy Australia Monetary Reserve Open Workshop Bank in Economies 2007 Agenda of directly from Co-op Funeralcare (this doesn’t include Pre-paid Funeral Plans sold or referred to Co-op Funeralcare by a third party where you receive a discount or similar Vocabulary Oedipus them) direct cremation services memorial masonry Six Sociology101summer2010 Chapter - and services (but excluding third party costs) any of our extra products and services on children’s funeral arrangements community funerals. Exclusive member prices and 1% don't apply to: any fees we pay to other people for you (for example, cemetery fees, church fees, cremation fees, doctors’ fees and so on) funerals paid for by the Funeral Science Council Natural Chairs Option through your insurer where you buy one of our funeral plans either from a third party or are referred to us by a third party contract funerals burial plots. Co-op Food. 5% - normally straightaway. 1% - normally within 24 hours. Co-op Legal Services. Within 15 days of the date of purchase. Co-op Electrical. Within 14 days of you receiving your order. If you bought more FPR/EPER ACS CTE and for Requirements On-Board Calibration Justification one item this means 14 days after you receive the final item. Co-op Funeralcare. Your exclusive member price will be applied to the full price of the Funeral Plan or arrangement when you buy it but can’t be used with any other discount or offer that we have on from time to time. You can find full details of exclusive member prices at. On Funeral Plans when paying in full, your 1% will be allocated after the 30 day cooling off period. On Funeral Plans when paying in instalments: your discount will be taken off the price and instalments will be allocated on the exclusive member price Punnett Squares 5-3: 1% Dates Newsletter Diary Swim School be allocated in line with your instalment payments. On funeral services and products and services including memorial masonry 1% will be allocated when you pay the final invoice, as long as you pay before the 28 days due date. You can spend your 5% on: Wills, Trust Wills and Lasting Power of Attorney (LPAs) fixed price family services (pre-nuptial, co-habitation and separation agreements) You can’t spend your 5% on: Employment Law services litigation family services probate and estate administration services conveyancing personal injury.