Code of Business Conduct
Lessdeal intends to observe the highest ethical standards in all its business dealings. Ethical conduct is the basis of our relationships with customers, suppliers, regulators and governmental agencies, and with one another. A sound ethical foundation helps to build a work environment which fosters self-respect, loyalty and dedication, and is free from discrimination.
We will conduct our relations with customers, suppliers, employees, and the government with honesty and integrity. In dealings with the public, we will be responsive and responsible, and open and timely in our communications. We prosper when we serve our customers well. Each organization and individual we do business with is entitled to expect a quality performance. Products and services offered by the Company will be of the highest quality and as represented. Advertising and promotion will be truthful, not exaggerated or misleading. Lessdeal will honor its agreements.
Our business is transparent. We keep accurate books, records and accounts to fairly reflect the Company transactions and to maintain an effective system of internal accounting controls. Each employee involved in the Company recordkeeping is responsible to ensure that the Company books and records are complete, accurate and supported by appropriate documents in auditable form.
No false or misleading entries and no undisclosed or unrecorded funds or assets are permitted for any reason. No payment will be made for purposes other than those described in the documents supporting the payment. Company funds may not be deposited in any personal or non-corporate account. Expense account and reimbursement records, invoices and (where applicable) time cards and records are kept accurate and timely and honestly reflect actual transactions.
In identifying conflicts of interest perceptions can be as important as facts. Potential conflicts of interest which can result in a negative perception of our representatives or Lessdeal are avoided whenever possible.