These Regulations specify the rules for the use of the resources of the Jak Zrobić Stronaę website (both paid and free of charge), operated by Didwear Sp. z o.o. ul. M.C. Skłodowskiej 3/27, 20-029 Lublin, KRS 0000598679, REGON 363647654, NIP 7123306728.
The condition of using the Service by the Client is to read these Regulations and accept all of their provisions. As soon as the Terms and Conditions are accepted, a legally binding agreement between the User and JZS comes into effect. We reserve the right to refuse to conclude an agreement with the Customer for any reason, in particular in cases where the User has had his/her Account deleted in the past due to violation of the Terms of Service.
If you do not accept any of the provisions of the Terms, you may not use the Service.
Operator - Didwear Sp. z o.o., owner of the Website.
Service - the website how-zrobic-strone.pl offering a complex of services provided electronically to.
User - a person using the Website, in particular gaining access to the Services on the Website, whether paid or free of charge. Users may only be adults with full legal capacity. In order to use the Service, minors are obliged to obtain written consent of their parents or legal guardians and to present it at the request of the company (owner of the Service).
Service, Access to Service - a service provided electronically within the Service, including access to paid or free content of the Service, e.g. video streaming, articles, presentations, as well as (only for entrepreneurs) consulting services, support services for website design, provision of hosting services and other services under the principles set out in these Terms of Service.
Access to the Service is possible only for Users using the Service in the territory of Poland, which is understood as access for Users identified by the Polish IP.
The User will be immediately informed of the obtaining of Access to the Service (obtaining a licence) together with information on the transaction made by e-mail to the e-mail address provided when placing the order.
Payment for Access to the paid service may be made by the methods available on the Website, e.g. PalPal payment, or through the electronic payment operator tPay.com.
Access to a paid Service ends upon expiration of the licence granted for use of a given Product. The duration of a given licence depends on the Product and a description related thereto can be found on the description sheet of each Product individually.
Access to the Service, which is not subject to fees, is obtained by the User by opening the appropriate (free) page of the Website.
Product - an object of the Service provided on the Website, covered by the price indicated at its presentation. A Product may also be available free of charge, which shall be appropriately indicated at its presentation on the Website. The availability of a Product may be limited in time or quantity.
Rules of use
Upon creation of an Account and acceptance of the Terms and Conditions, the User:
You acknowledge that you have voluntarily subscribed to the Service,
He confirms that the data contained in the registration form and in the Account is correct and undertakes to update this data immediately if it changes,
He undertakes to use, including uploading or publishing only such material to which the Customer is duly entitled,
undertakes to comply strictly with the rules and legal regulations, including commercial information, processing of personal data, publication of materials on JZS servers
Agrees to receive messages from JZS and information about difficulties, changes or technical interruptions in the operation of the Service,
You undertake to keep your Account login details secret,
agrees to receive electronic invoices issued by the Operator for the Service provided.
The User does not have the right to copy the whole or any part of the video materials made available within the Service, nor to display or distribute them.
Within a single Access, it is only possible to play the material covered by such Access on one device at a time.
Access to the Free Products offered on the Website requires only a computer system that meets the requirements set out in these Terms and Conditions.
Pursuant to art. 38 pt. 13 of the Act of 30 May 2014 on consumer rights (Journal of Laws 2014, item 827), the consumer is not entitled to withdraw from the agreement for the provision of digital content on the JZS website concluded remotely if the performance of the service has begun with his express consent before the expiry of the 14-day period for withdrawal from the agreement and after the Operator has informed him of the loss of the right to withdraw from the agreement.
The user has the right to withdraw from the contract without giving any reason. The withdrawal period is 14 days from the conclusion of the contract.
In order to exercise the right of withdrawal, it is necessary:
In the case of a Service provided free of charge - the User should close the Website.
In the case of Services provided against payment, the User shall send an unequivocal notice of withdrawal to the following address:
email@example.com with sample content:
"I hereby give notice of my withdrawal from the contract for the supply of digital content JZS Date of conclusion of the contract, Consumer's name, Consumer's address, Date, Email address provided during registration".
In order to meet the withdrawal deadline, it is sufficient for the User to send information about the withdrawal before the deadline specified above. Upon receipt, the Operator shall send an immediate acknowledgement of receipt of the notice of withdrawal by email to the email address indicated during registration.
Effects of withdrawal: in case of withdrawal from the present contract, the User will be reimbursed for the concluded contract immediately, and in any case not later than 14 days from the day on which the Operator was informed about the withdrawal from the contract.
Loss of the right of withdrawal for the supply of digital content - access to the Catalogue or Products.
Pursuant to art. 38 pkt. 13) of the Act of 30 May 2014 on consumer rights (Journal of Laws 2014, item 827), the consumer is not entitled to withdraw from the contract for the provision of digital content on the JZS website concluded remotely if the performance of the service has begun with his express consent before the expiry of the 14-day period for withdrawal and after he has been informed by the company of the loss of the right to withdraw from the contract, i.e. from the moment of access to the Products.
The User acknowledges and accepts that the quality of files uploaded, published or otherwise made available using the Service may differ from the source due to the need to adapt them to the standards and parameters of data transmission, networks or devices involved in the transfer, the requirements of JZS.
The Customer may not use the JZS in any way, intentionally or unintentionally, leading to a violation of the law, morality, the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, as well as intellectual property rights or other rights of third parties, or which are otherwise or may be detrimental to the Operator, its brand or reputation. This rule also applies to Customer Content.
Examples of prohibited practices:
Modify, copy, reproduce, display, license, sell, exercise subsidiary rights in, exploit or otherwise use the Service (or any part thereof), including the materials made available in the educational sections of JZS (whether paid or unpaid), in any manner beyond the authority granted by the Operator in this regard, regardless of whether such materials were made available by the Operator free of charge or for a fee. In particular, it is forbidden to use the Service (or any part of it) or to use materials made available by JZS or created as part of the use of the Service (or any part of it) in any way outside the Service. The above prohibitions apply to all materials made available by JZS or created in connection with the use of the Service (or any part thereof), regardless of whether they are free or paid, standard or custom-made by the User.
Use of the Service other than for its intended purpose;
Intimidating, insulting, defaming, slandering, misleading and using vocabulary commonly regarded as offensive when contacting employees and representatives of the Operator.
Taking any other action that, in the Operator's judgment, interferes with or is (may be) detrimental to the Operator's employees, agents, our business, reputation, goodwill or impairs the ability of our Customers and Users to effectively use the Operator's Services.
Each User has the right to lodge a complaint about issues related to the functioning of the Service.
Complaints concerning payment transactions relating to Access to the Services referred to in these Terms and Conditions as well as complaints concerning the performance of the Service should be submitted to the Customer Service in accordance with clause 4.6 of these Terms and Conditions.
User complaints shall be dealt with by the company on an ongoing basis, however, no later than within 14 days from the date of receipt of the complaint by the company.
A reply to the complaint will be sent to the User to the contact provided by the User when submitting the complaint.
It is forbidden for the User to use Works, as well as trademarks and signs being the subject of the rights vested in JZS or the Operator, unless their use results from the specificity of the Service provided by the Operator or if JZS consents to their use by the User.
We reserve the right to change or modify features of the Service, particularly updates, modifications or audio material. We also reserve the right to replace hardware or software used to provide the Service at any time and without liability, provided that doing so does not materially adversely affect the provision of the Service. We reserve the right to interrupt the Service for technical reasons (e.g. failures, repairs, inspections, maintenance, replacement of equipment) without liability. However, in the case of scheduled technical interruptions lasting longer than one day, we will make every effort to notify you at least one day in advance. A planned technical interruption will be carried out in such a way as to minimise the inconvenience to the User associated with it.
We also reserve the right to modify, add or remove at any time any documents, information, graphics or other content (including comments) found on the JZS Website.
You agree that JZS offers the Service and the Website "as is", without warranties of any kind, either express or implied. Including warranties of performance in any form, in any field.
The User is solely responsible for the use of the Service and the Operator's websites, in particular for all Content, and campaigns, implementations carried out by the User.
JZS is not responsible for damages (including loss of data by Users) caused:
- a) Higher Power,
- (b) interference by third parties,
- c) malfunction of external factors and other systems (e.g. telecommunication networks) independent of JZS,
- (d) the use of trial versions of functionalities,
- e) insufficient or fluctuating bandwidth used by the User, which may affect the quality of the Content,
- f) the User's failure to comply with the provisions of the Regulations,
- g) incorrect or inaccurate User data provided during registration.
Force Majeure means an extraordinary, external event that could not have been foreseen and prevented. Circumstances constituting Force Majeure shall be considered in particular war, natural disasters, strikes, breakdowns, DDoS attacks or other disturbances in the operation of the telecommunications network or the ICT infrastructure, as well as extraordinary governmental and administrative actions and actions of entities affecting the provision of the JZS service, and whose activity is independent of the Parties.
The Customer shall indemnify and hold harmless the Operator and its employees, collaborators, contractors and representatives from any and all liability related to the allegations and claims made by third parties in connection with the User's use of the Service, domains/subdomains used, Content, activity, violation of these Terms and Conditions, the law or the rights of third parties.
Polish law is applicable to legal relations resulting from the use by Users of the Services on the Website.
Disputes between a company and a consumer concerning the provision of digital content may be resolved amicably through proceedings before an arbitration court under the rules laid down in the regulations of that court, e.g. before permanent arbitration consumer courts at the regional trade inspection inspectors referred to in art. 37 of the Act of 15 December 2000 on Trade Inspection (i.e. Journal of Laws of 2009, No. 151, item 1219), pursuant to rules laid down in the regulation of the Minister of Justice of 25 September 2001 on defining the rules of organisation and operation of permanent arbitration consumer courts (Journal of Laws of 2001, No. 113, item 1214).
A case may be considered by an arbitration court only after the complaint procedure has been completed and if both parties to the dispute agree to it. Otherwise, any disputes shall be submitted to the competent courts in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure.
Amendments to the Rules of Procedure
Any amendments to the Terms and Conditions shall become effective upon their posting on the Website, unless otherwise specified.