Definitions The user’s contact information is the user’s details that the service provider can contact the user, including address, e-mail address and telephone number.
The service provider’s contact details are data of the service provider through which the user can contact him, ie Ready Design Beata Skrzypiec, ul. Dworcowa 2/4, 41-902 Bytom, e-mail: email@example.com NIP 6272450594 Regon: 240631499 registered in the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity supervised by the Minister of Development
Working days are days from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.
Delivery is delivering the Goods to the User to the destination indicated by him, via the Carrier.
A consumer is a user who is a natural person and concludes a contract not directly related to his business or professional activity User account is a panel for managing user orders, available in the service area, subject to registration and login.
An account is a website functionality that enables the user to fulfil orders for services or goods.
Adding an item to the list of Services or Goods covered by the order is done using the “Add to cart” button next to a given Service or Good in the area of the Website.
An online course is an electronic collection of educational materials in the form of video files, text documents or graphic files, related to issues related to the use of graphics programs.
The website is an online store run by the Service Provider in Polish and English together via a website available on the Internet at the URL: www.readydesign.online
Sale is a service of selling goods provided to the User by the Service Provider without the simultaneous presence of the parties (remotely), by sending data at the User’s individual request, sent and received using electronic processing devices, including digital compression and storage of data that is transmitted, received. Or transmitted over a telecommunications network.
The goods are digital content or a physical product presented in the Service Provider’s Service area for the Sale.
The contract is an agreement for the provision of the Service by the Service Provider to the User.
The service is a service provided to the User by the Service Provider based on an agreement concluded between the parties via the Website, as part of an organized system of concluding distance contracts, without the parties’ simultaneous physical presence.
The service provider is Beata Skrzypiec, running a business under Ready Design Beata Skrzypiec ul. Dworcowa 2/4 in Bytom, the service provider, administrator and owner of the Website.
A User is a person, legal person or organizational unit without legal personality that concludes a Service Agreement with the Service Provider, provided that he has the full legal capacity or limited legal capacity in matters regulated by generally applicable law or is a legal person or an organizational unit without legal personality.
A webinar is a lecture transmitted by the website in real time on graphics programs’ operation—an external payment systray-time online payment system used by the Service Provider.
The Service Provider provides Services in accordance with the Regulations and the provisions of generally applicable law.
The service provider makes these regulations available on the website and at the service provider’s office.
Users can at any time: access the Regulations, save, obtain and reproduce by the printing or saving on a data carrier.
The information provided on the Website’s website does not constitute an offer of the Service Provider within the meaning of the Civil Code, but only an invitation to Users to submit offers to conclude an Agreement. 6.
All Services are provided through the Website’s website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To use the Website, the user must have a device with Internet access, a properly configured web browser in the current or previous version: Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari or opera, as well as an active and correctly configured e-mail account.
The Website is used by reading its content.
The services provided through the website are fully broadcast, received or transmitted over the telecommunications network and using the website infrastructure.
§2 Online courses
An online course is a paid service consisting of providing the User with electronic resources, constituting training materials in the form of videos, electronic documents, or tests related to the offered course.
To use the Online Course, the User must meet the technical conditions published in §1 point 8 of the Regulations and have a properly installed and configured device for audio and video playback.
The service provider does not cover the delivery or installation of the above-mentioned device and any software.
The Service Provider reserves the right to conduct promotional campaigns, including online courses, consisting in particular in the provision of the Service at no additional charge or at a reduced price. Using online courses requires logging into your user account.
All online training materials are available only through the website. Unless otherwise specified, especially videos, training materials cannot be downloaded.
The license provisions regarding the use of teaching materials included in the online course service are set out in §12 of the Regulations.
§3 Webinars and events
The webinar service is the provision allowing the user to participate in a selected webinar conducted through the website infrastructure and other service providers.
The webinar service is entirely broadcast, received or transmitted over the telecommunications network.
To use the webinar, the User must meet the conditions set out in §1 point 7 of the Regulations and have a correctly installed and configured device for playing sound and an Internet connection enabling uninterrupted video transmission and displaying chat text in real-time.
Using the webinar is possible on the dates specified by the Service Provider. Information on the dates of the webinar’s launch is published in the Sites area. Participation in the webinar requires registration for each event.
§4 Individual lessons – help 1:1
The subject of the Individual Lesson is to ensure the Service Provider’s readiness to provide instructions on ArchiCAD software for the User who enrolled in the online course, on the terms specified in the offer and the Regulations, via the website.
To take advantage of individual Lessons for members of an online course, the User must meet the conditions set out above.
To take advantage of the Individual Lesson, the User must meet the conditions set out in §1 point 7 of the Regulations and correctly install and configure the device recording and reproducing sound or sound and image.
Using the individual lesson may require the user to have the appropriate software, particularly ArchiCAD graphics programs, depending on the scope of the individual lesson indicated by the user.
Access to or installing the above-mentioned devices and software is not included in the Service.
The Service Provider provides Users with appropriate conditions for learning to use graphic software to select the curriculum and teaching materials. By concluding the Agreement, the User undertakes to participate in the Individual Lesson on time. The user may suggest changing the date of the private lesson.
The Service Provider’s consent is required for the change of date to be effective. In signing up for Individual Lessons carried out at a specific time, the User declares participation in the entire subscription.
The duration of individual lessons is expressed in clock hours. Recording, playback, recording, public performance, and disseminating individual lessons is prohibited.
The dates of individual lessons are agreed between the user and the service provider using the website’s form. The contract may be terminated in writing or electronically using the service provider’s contact details.
§5 Ordering individual lessons: help 1:1
The User orders an Individual Lesson Service by submitting an offer to the Service Provider via the form published on the Website.
Orders can be placed 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.In order to place an order using the form, the User should enter in his area relevant information about the terms of the Service, in particular: date of provision, detailed thematic scope, user contact details.
The Service Provider’s offer is submitted when the “Sent” button is used after the User enters important information about the terms of the Service in the form field.
The date of service provision is determined on the basis of information contained in the user’s offer.
The Service Provider may reject the offer or contact the User to propose other terms of service provision, in particular, such as the date of an individual lesson.
The Service Provider provides Users with the service of selling goods remotely via the website.
The subject of the sales contract includes the service provider’s obligation to transfer ownership of the goods to the user and their release and the user’s obligation to collect the goods and pay the price of the goods to the service provider.
By concluding the Sales Agreement, the Service Provider undertakes to provide the User with Goods without defects.
The sales contract is concluded after the Service Provider confirms the User’s order. Delivery of Goods delivered in electronic form takes place immediately, usually within 1 Business Days, and takes place by electronic means to the user’s e-mail address when placing the order. The sale subject is provided only electronically (without costs generally understood as delivery).
All goods are delivered electronically, free of charge. The time of delivery of the Goods may change if the user changes the order.
The goods are released not earlier than after payment by the User. The Seller confirms the release of the Products to the Carrier for Delivery to the User’s address when placing the order by sending an e-mail to the User’s e-mail address.
The risk of accidental loss or damage to the Goods passes upon its delivery to the Consumer.
The User should examine the delivered package in the presence of the Carrier. In the event of damage to the shipment, the User has the right to request an appropriate report.
§6 Communication functions
The Service Provider provides Users with the following communication functionalities located in the Service area: contact forms for sending messages or digital files to the Service Provider or other Website Users, forms for entering comments or opinions regarding the content of the website, goods or services, forms for entering technical inquiries regarding selected website resourceswebsite, in particular online courses, Livechat available on every page of the website.
The use of communication functions may require a registered User Account on the Website or an external social network, the function of which the User intends to use.
§7 Other services and functionalities available on the website
The Service Provider provides the Users with a search engine located in the Service area to enable users to search the Service resources using keywords.
The contract for the provision of a free Service may be terminated by the User or the Service Provider without giving any reason and at any time, using the functionalities contained in the Regulations or via e-mail sent to the e-mail address contained in the Service Provider’s contact details or User’s contact details.
§8 Orders via the basket
Orders for Services or Goods may be placed via the Website’s website 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, using the basket function.
After completing the list of orders in the Cart area, the user goes to the order. If the user is a logged-in user of a user account, he places orders as logged in user. If the user is not the logged-in user account holder, he can choose to place the order using the button “Click here to log in” to place the order using his user account. In the order form, the User provides: billing information to issue an invoice.
Placing an order is preceded by the User’s receipt of the order’s total price, including taxes and related costs, in particular payment costs, by displaying in the Cart area information.
Placing an order may be done using the “Place order” field in the Cart and is tantamount to submitting by the User to the Service Provider an offer to conclude an Agreement for the provision of services or an agreement sale of Goods covered by the order.
Before sending the order form, the User should declare that he has read the Regulations and accepts its provisions by checking the appropriate box.
The Service Provider will immediately inform the User about the inability to complete the order in the event of reasons. This information is provided by phone or electronically using the user’s contact details. The information may include the following ways to modify the order: cancellation of the non-executable part, which converts the order’s value, cancellation of the order in its entirety, which causes the write-off of the order value.
The order confirmation is accepted by the Service Provider sending an e-mail to the e-mail address provided in the User’s Contact Details. Confirmation of the order is tantamount to acceptance by the Service Provider of the offer to conclude the Agreement submitted by the User.
The value of the Services provided payment is determined based on the price list of Services or Goods, which is available on the Service Provider’s website at the time of ordering the Service or Goods.
The prices given on the website of the Website are gross prices, given in USD Dollar, but do not include the selected payment method’s costs. The User bears the transaction costs. The total price of the order, visible in the Cart area before placing the order, includes the price for the ordered Goods together with tax duties and all related costs, in particular transaction costs.
The order’s total price is binding on the Service Provider and the User. The Service Provider provides the following payment methods for Services provided using an external payment system: Stripe Inc 3180 18th Street San Francisco, CA 94110 United States; ING Bank Śląski S.A. with headquarters in Katowice at ul. Sisku 34, postal code 40-086; Twisto Polska Sp. z o.o. with headquarters in Warsaw at ul. Puławska 2, postal code 02-566 The payment date is the moment of the release of the Goods or the commencement of the Service’s provision, and therefore the date of placing the order.
The invoice or invoice for the Services provided is sent by e-mail to the User’s e-mail address within 7 days of placing the order. The user agrees to receive invoices in electronic form.
The reimbursement of the payment by the Service Provider takes place immediately, not later than within 14 days from the date of the cause, in the case of withdrawal from the contract by the consumer, resignation by the User from the order or part of the order paid before implementation, recognition by the Service Provider of the claim covered by the complaint in whole or in part, based on generally applicable provisions.
The payment is reimbursed using the same payment method used by the user in the initial transaction unless the user agrees to a different solution without any costs for him.
Complaints may be submitted by e-mail to the e-mail address provided in the Service Provider’s contact details. The complaint should contain a description of the problem and the User’s identification data. The service provider recognizes complaints within 14 days from the date of notification.
The complaint’s content recommends providing the user’s contact details, which will be used to answer the complaint and for its correspondence.
Complaints may be submitted under warranty for defects in goods or services. If the Product has a defect, the User may request that the Product be replaced with a defect-free product or that the defect be removed.
The Service Provider is obliged to replace the Defective Product with a defect-free product or remove the defect within a reasonable time without undue inconvenience. The Service Provider may refuse to comply with the User’s request if it is impossible to bring the defective Goods to compliance with the Agreement in the manner chosen by the User or require high costs compared to the second possible way to achieve compliance with the Agreement.
If the User is not a Consumer, the Service Provider may refuse to replace the Product with a Product free from defects or remove the defect when the costs of repairing this obligation exceed the product’s price. If the Product has a defect, the User may submit a declaration of a price reduction or withdrawal from the Agreement, unless the Service Provider immediately and without undue inconvenience to the User replaces the defective product with one free from defects or removes the defect. This limitation does not apply if the Product has already been replaced or repaired by the Service Provider.
The Service Provider has not complied with the obligation to replace the Product with a non-defective one or remove the defect. The User may not withdraw from the Agreement if the defect is minor.
The Consumer may, instead of removing the defect proposed by the Service Provider, request the replacement of the Product with a non-defective one or, instead of replacing the Product, request the removal of the defect, unless this leads to the compliance of the Product with the Agreement in the manner chosen by the Consumer is impossible or would require high costs compared to the method proposed by the Service Provider. .
When assessing the excess costs, the value of the Product free from defects, the type and significance of the defect found, as well as the inconvenience to which the Consumer would be exposed, is taken into account. The reduced price referred to in points 9 and 10 above should remain proportional to the price resulting from the contract in which the value of the defective Goods is equal to the value of the Goods without a defect. In the case of Users who are not Consumers, the application of the warranty provisions is excluded.
The consumer has the option of using the following out-of-court complaint and redress methods: submitting an application for resolving a dispute arising from the concluded Agreement to a permanent amicable consumer court operating at the Trade Inspection, submitting an application for the initiation of mediation proceedings regarding the amicable settlement of the dispute between the Consumer and the Service Provider to the Provincial Inspector of Trade Inspection, using the assistance of a private or municipal consumer ombudsman or a social organization whose statutory tasks include consumer protection, submitting a complaint via the EU ODR internet platform, available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.
§11 License provisions
By concluding a contract for the provision of online courses. The Service Provider grants Users a license to use didactic materials located in the Service area, which is included in the selected Service’s scope.
The license to use the teaching materials is granted in the following areas of application: entering video into the memory of multimedia networks, ICT network servers, ICT networks and computers via a website. Use of works by the User as part of individual educational and professional purposes carried out solely to benefit the User who is a party to the Agreement.
The license is granted for the duration of the Agreement for the Online Course Service provision, concluded between the Service Provider and the User.
The license is non-exclusive and valid in the UK and abroad for all or part of the works. Under the Agreement for providing the online courses service, the license is granted free of charge. All trademarks, graphics and teaching materials posted on the website to provide services or present goods are subject to their owners’ copyright. The domain, logo, name and Website Regulations are the property of the copyright and are protected by law.
The Service Provider declares that it can dispose of copyrights to works to the extent necessary to perform the Agreement and that the works are not encumbered with rights or claims of third parties, particularly those resulting from the provisions of copyright and industrial property law. In matters related to works published in the Website area and not regulated in the Regulations, the provisions of generally applicable law shall apply, in particular the provisions of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.
§12 Supplementary provisions
The User acknowledges that the User provides content with the publication of which is prohibited against the law, which may mislead the Website Users, violate the personal rights of Users, the Service Provider or third parties, commonly considered offensive, vulgar or violating morality, in particular: pornographic, content that promotes drug use or excessive alcohol consumption, Content inciting to racism, xenophobia or the spreading of hatred containing elements to which the
User does not have the appropriate copyright, constituting mass content or repetitions, and to conquer advertising content, containing website addresses or data of entities running a business competitive to the Service Provider.
The Service Provider has the right to remove comments or other content that violate the Regulations’ provisions. The Service Provider reserves the right to carry out promotional campaigns to reduce the price of the Goods or Services to a specific date or exhaust the resources covered by the promotion.
The Service Provider undertakes to make reasonable efforts to enable the website’s proper functioning and help solve technical problems related to its functioning.
The Service Provider undertakes to carry out activities to protect the data in the user’s account against unauthorized access and use.
The Service Provider shall not be liable to Users who are not Consumers for: disruptions in the proper functioning of the Website and improper.
§13 Data processing
The Service Provider may collect information to store it locally on the User’s device, using the browser’s memory mechanism using “cookies”. Personal data of Website users are processed based on the consent of the data subjects or when it is necessary for the performance of the Agreement, when the data subject is a party to it or when it is necessary to take action before concluding the Agreement at the request of the data subject. Concern.
The rights referred to in the above point depend on the basis for data processing: the right to access your data, request rectification, deletion, limitation of processing, object to their processing, the right to transfer data, as well as the right to submit a complaint to the supervisory authority.
If personal data are processed based on consent to their processing, they may be withdrawn at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the earlier data processing.
A User who is not a Consumer is obliged to inform the Service Provider about changes to the User’s Contact Data, under pain of its effectiveness in the delivery.
§14 Change of regulations
Amendments to the Regulations may take place in connection with a change in the law on services provided by the Service Provider, as well as technical or organizational changes regarding the services provided by the Service Provider.
The regulations are changed by publishing its new content on the website, after prior notification.
The Service Provider sends information about the amendment to the Regulations to the User’s Contact Data if the parties are bound by an Agreement concluded for an indefinite period.
§15 Final provisions
The meaning of capital letters is as explained in the section “Definitions”.
The provisions of the Regulations are not intended to exclude or limit the rights of the User who is a Consumer under the provisions of generally applicable law.In the event of non-compliance of the Regulations with the provisions of generally applicable law, these provisions shall apply.In matters not covered by the Regulations, the provisions of the Civil Code and relevant acts of Polish law, as well as European Union law, in particular the GDPR (Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons in connection withprocessing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC).