INVERTEREE holds responsibility for the accuracy of the information it publishes.
Price, specification, and terms of conditions are subject to change without any notice. Inverteree is not responsible for errors in typography and/or photography. All products, components and parts come with original manufacturer warranty and the respective manufacturers handle technical support.
Inverteree and its operator reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
THE INFORMATION PROVIDED
The information on Inverteree and affiliated sites is always given in good faith. Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy we cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for costs, losses neither direct nor indirect damages /costs arising from inaccuracy of information or omissions in information published on the website.
All reasonable precautions have been taken to ensure that descriptions and illustrations contained are correct at time of publication, but we reserve the right to modify or improve any goods shown, and thus the website is intended for guidance only.
Inverteree.com product descriptions are not designed or intended to replace your personal product knowledge, experience and/or research and / or that of a professional installer or licensed electrician.
You may incur additional costs for your product, equipment or system for engineering, permitting or installation. Because these costs may vary widely depending on your location neither Inverteree nor its Vendors will not be responsible for them under any circumstances.
Neither Inverteree.com and its operator, nor the Vendors selling their products on this website assume responsibility for property damage, injury or loss of life that may result from improper handling of an equipment/product or other related components.
Majority of our products sold REQUIRE a Professional Certified Installer. We strongly recommend to contact one before you make a purchase. Beside this you must always take proper safety precautions according to your country` legal requirement as well as industry standards and exercise caution when working with these products.
We have set our Internet service standard at 99% availability. Whilst we intend that this service should be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, it is possible that on occasion it may be unavailable for short time periods to permit maintenance or other development activity to take place. If for any reason the service is interrupted for longer periods than normally expected, we will endeavor to publish details of such activity on the home page and/or on our public Social Media Profile.
We take several precautions to prevent the loss of data, including periodic, redundant, backup of data. However we shall not be responsible or liable for the deletion, correction, destruction, damage, loss or failure to store any such data.
If any errors or discrepancies are found in our service, please contact us so we may take appropriate corrective actions.
UNSOLICITED PHISHING MAILS – PLEASE BE WARNED
Once every so often you will receive phishing emails. To avoid becoming a victim of phishing emails, we ask you to read the following information carefully.
RECOGNIZING FRAUDULENT E-MAILS
Our customers are regularly being targeted by ‘phishing’ attacks from criminals, pretending to be us. They will try to engage you in conversation, impersonating Inverteree.com or its Partners and its employees. Most often the goal is to get you to transfer money to them, for example by convincing you that we have changed bank accounts.
HOW TO RECOGNIZE PHISHING E-MAILS?
ARE YOU BEING PRESSURED?
It’s a red flag when a sender pressures you to take action, like stating your account will be closed if you don’t respond.
ARE YOU BEING ASKED TO CHANGE BANK ACCOUNT NUMBERS OR PAY INVOICES TO AN ENCLOSED BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER?
It’s very unlikely we’ll change bank account numbers, nor do we include the account number to use in e-mail messages. If you receive an e-mail with a bank account number enclosed, when in doubt, always double-check by phone. Find a phone number on www.zerohomebills.com, or call someone you know whose voice you can recognize. Do not call a phone number provided in the e-mail message in question, as that will be forged as well.
IS THE EMAIL FROM @INVERTEREE.COM?
Always carefully check the sender address of emails. Often, they try and use a domain name similar to ours. But, unfortunately, they can also send emails that look like they came from the real @inverteree.com domain.
There are two things to do against that:
- One is to always check where your reply is going after clicking the reply button. If its a “firstname.lastname@example.org” type of email, you know enough: it’s a phishing email.
- The second method is by your email provider or IT system to implement DKIM and DMARC
TECHNICAL COUNTERMEASURES: DKIM AND DMARC
It’s relatively easy for criminals to forge the sender e-mail address, like @inverteree.com, or one of our other domain names. There is a solution, but that only works if both the sending company (inverteree.com) and the receiving company (you) have implemented them. This technology allows your system to check the authenticity of e-mails sent from @inverteree.com, using digital signatures. All e-mail transmitted by inverteree.com are signed with “DKIM” and we have a “DMARC” policy to enforce that the aforementioned signature has to be present. E-mail systems on the receiving end can be configured to reject incoming e-mail that don’t comply. With large e-mail providers such as Microsoft and Google, this works by default, meaning fraudulent e-mails claiming to be sent from @inverteree.com will be rejected or marked as spam.
Ask your IT department to look into enabling DKIM and DMARC verification.
Always remain vigilant! Thank you for taking precautions on your end.
Please note that neither inverteree.com nor its Partner are responsible for any damages caused by such received mails.