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Terms & Conditions

CubeMatch Ltd provides you with access to the website to assist you in finding out about CubeMatch and how we can assist you as a client or associate. Please read our Terms and Conditions carefully and note that use of our site indicates that you accept the Terms and Conditions whether or not you choose to partner with us. If you do not accept the Terms and Conditions please do not use this site.

Use of the site

You may access most areas of the site however certain areas may be blocked for the use of clients and associates.

Please note that in using this site you may use it for legitimate purposes only and the following is excluded:

CubeMatch will determine if the above criteria are adhered to and may if in the opinion of the Directors prevent you from using the site if it feels the T&C are not being followed.

Links to other websites

From time to time CubeMatch may have links to external websites. CubeMatch accepts no liability whatsoever over the information or control of those websites. Additionally CubeMatch reserves the right to refuse or allow third party links.

Intellectual property rights

Unless clearly stated otherwise the copyright and intellectual property rights of this website are owned by CubeMatch Ltd. No manipulation of the site is permissible.

Availability of the site

We endeavour to keep the website up to date and running smoothly. However we take no responsibility for the site being temporarily unavailable for any reason beyond our control and for any required maintenance.


CubeMatch does not accept any responsibility for any personal loss due to anyone accessing the website or using all or partial content.

Therefore when using this website please note that the user fully agrees to keep CubeMatch, its staff and directors fully indemnified against all claims, losses or legal proceedings arising from the use or misuse of the site.

This website was designed, built and is maintained in Ireland. The operations of the site are wholly governed by the laws of the Irish jurisdiction. Should any Irish court hold any of the provisions to be invalid; it shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions.