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The following Terms & Conditions apply to UGCers website and services. Before using , please make sure you have read these Terms & Conditions.

These Terms & Conditions were updated on 29th April 2023.

This website is owned and managed by UGCers (“we”, “us”, “our”). Additionally, the website is maintained and developed by third-party website developers on Wix platform. These Terms & Conditions will be reviewed regularly to make sure they are up to date. When any changes to these Terms & Conditions are made, our newsletter subscribers will be notified by email. As a user of our website (“you”, “your”, “user”), we encourage you to check this page regularly, to make sure you are up to date with the changes.


All content, such as images, logos, videos, texts, product designs, patents and suchlike depicted on this website are owned by either UGCers, or by the partners and the brands working with UGCers who have given us the permission to use their content. All other content we may display on UGCers is licensed to us, and protected by international and UK copyright and intellectual property laws. UGCers is the sole owner of the UGCers name and the logo.

You are not allowed to copy, reproduce or modify the contents of this website  without prior written consent.


The purpose of this website is to present our company, its background, and the services featured. 

By using our website you agree to:
1. Provide correct, accurate and up to date information;
2. Comply with our Terms & Conditions and agree to our Cookie Policy;
3. You will not edit, change, disassemble, alter or tamper with any part of this website;
4. You will not use the website in any way that damages or interrupts the website;
5. You will not attempt to access the website’s security measures;
6. You will not transfer files that contain viruses, malware and harmful programmes;
7. You will not email or otherwise disseminate any content that is obscene, offensive, threatening, abusive, defamatory or otherwise inappropriate.

When becoming aware of any breach, UGCers reserves the right to suspend, restrict or terminate your access to the UGCers website at any time without notice. We can also take any other action against you if we consider it appropriate to defend our rights or those of any other person.

Our website contains links to other websites operated by third parties not affiliated to us. Although we do our best to make sure that all third-party websites linked to us are as relevant and trustworthy as possible, we cannot control third-party websites and therefore cannot be held responsible for their contents.

Although we endeavour to make sure the website performs to its best ability, we cannot guarantee this website is continuously available and free of faults, and do not accept any liability for any errors on the website. We may suspend the website without notice at any time if we feel this is necessary to perform upgrades, carry out maintenance tasks or for any other valid reasons.

Moreover, because this website is accessible from many parts of the world, it is in your interest to ensure that viewing the content on this website or using our services does not infringe local laws.


These Terms & Conditions, and all transactions relating to this website are governed by English Law. Any disputes in relation with this website will be resolved in the Courts of England or Wales.

You are required to check, before using this website or our services, that you comply fully with your local laws and regulations. You must not use this website if doing so would breach such local laws and regulations.



This Cookie Policy was updated on 29th April 2023. 

This Cookie Policy applies to UGCers website and will be reviewed regularly to ensure it is up to date. When any changes are made, our newsletter subscribers will be notified by email. We also encourage you to check this page regularly, to make sure you are up to date with the changes.


Cookies are small pieces of information, in a plain text format, which are sent to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive, mobile phone or other devices when you visit our website. Cookies have no negative effect on your computer or other devices.



There are different types of cookies. Some cookies enable our website to remember the details you submit during your visit, enabling you to navigate our website freely.

Other cookies, such as provided by Google, Inc., who issue their own cookies, provide us with aggregated website traffic information. These cookies do not contain your personal contact details, but anonymous information about most viewed pages, traffic to our website, time spent on pages, most viewed products, locations of our website visitors, browsers used by our website visitors and other similar data. We use this data to understand our visitors’ viewing patterns and interactions, which can then be used to improve our website design and services. 



1. Strictly Necessary Cookies - these are essential for us to be able to provide you with our website features and services. Without these cookies, parts of our website may not work or may work incorrectly;


2. Performance/Analytical Cookies - these cookies allow us to see how many people visit our website and how they move around on our website, collecting anonymous information about your IP or MAC address, which pages you view, time spent on pages, most viewed products, the browser or operating system you use, and other similar data. We will not be able to personally identify you using this data;

3. Advertising/Targeting Cookies and similar technologies - these cookies and similar technologies may be used by third-party companies who provide advertising and retargeting services on our behalf. The cookies and similar technologies used, will register your visit to our website and will then display UGCers adverts that may be of interest to you on other websites, social media platforms and apps. They also help us to measure how effective our advertising and retargeting is. These types of cookies and similar technologies have limitations to how many times you can see them and how many times you can be re-targeted.


Cookies help us to provide you with the services you request from us, but also to improve our services to you. On your arrival to our website a pop-up message will appear asking your consent to place the performance cookies on your device. To receive our services, please click ‘continue’. Once you have confirmed your consent, this message will not appear again.

Some of these cookies, such as the strictly necessary cookies, will be deleted from your device automatically after you have closed the browser. Others, such as advertising cookies and similar technologies, can be kept up to 540 days, before being deleted.

If you wish to withdraw your consent, please alter your browser history settings by deleting the saved cookies. You can also set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie. This gives you the option of choosing whether you want to accept it or not. Please note, if you decline or withdraw your consent for some cookies, some parts of our website may not work or may work incorrectly.

To opt out and manage some the third-party cookies used on our website, please see the information using the links below:

Cookies used by Google for advertising, click here
Cookies used by Facebook for analytics and advertising, click here
Cookies used by Twitter for analytics and advertising, click here

You can find out more information about cookies and how to manage cookies on your web browser on and

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