ePay B.V. (“ePay”) is a Dutch corporation headquartered in Den Hague, Netherlands and offers information and services on its websites.
By visiting one of the websites associated with ePay (such as, but not limited to www.ePay.li) (“websites”), the user declares acceptance of these terms.
1 Relationship to Other Agreements
2 Data Protection
3 Service Description of the Website
The websites are purely informative in nature and are intended to inform the user about ePay and its services. These services are not accessible to the user until the user has successfully registered and accepted the ePay GTC and is in the login area.
4 Intellectual Property
All rights to the ePay website and its contents (e.g., domains, designs, images, product names, texts, logos, software), including any intellectual property rights (authors, design brands or patent rights), exclusively belong ePay or its licensors. The user acknowledges and accepts that it is granted a license to use such content only for the purposes and within the scope of the contract concluded with ePay.
The representation of this website in external frames is only permitted with written permission.
Any use beyond the aforementioned purpose is only permitted with the express prior written consent of ePay.
5 Prohibited Use
The platform users must be at least 18 years of age and fully contractually capable or capable acting with the assistance of a parent or legal guardian.
The platform may only be used for the purposes for which it is intended. The following actions in particular are not permitted:
· Using the platform in abusive, fraudulent, illegal or inappropriate ways or for any other purpose unrelated to the services of ePay
· Reconstructing or decompilating of parts of the platform
· Copying, collecting, duplicating and distributing the content or information provided on the platform
· Extracting, copying, distributing, publishing, modifying, transmitting or using personal information collected through the platform for purposes other than those associated with the lawful use of the platform, especially if it violates applicable data protection laws
· Abusing the platform in a way that imposes an undue burden on the infrastructure or provokes its malfunction
· Violations or attempts to breach security measures that are carried out in the ePay platform and in a service provided through the platform
· Creating incorrect, duplicate or misleading accounts
· Using the platform to promote one’s own products or services
· Activities on the platform that support direct competitors of ePay.
If there is suspicion that the prohibited use in the aforementioned sense is occurring, ePay can, at its own discretion, block or delete user accounts without prior notification. ePay reserves the right to demand the full extent of damages caused by this prohibited use.
ePay strives to ensure the proper operation of the ePay systems at all times. However, due to force majeure, or at least unforeseen and unforeseeable events that in any case are independent of the will and beyond the control of the provider, there may be interruptions in the accessibility of the services offered. ePay therefore cannot guarantee the uninterrupted accessibility of the services offered.
6.2 The provider does not expressly guarantee that the services offered will coincide with the specific goals pursued by the individual user.
6.3 Claims of the user for damages are excluded. This does not apply to claims for damages of the user resulting from injury to life, limb, health or material breach of contract (cardinal obligations) as well as liability for other damages based on intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty on the part of ePay, its legal representatives or vicarious agents. Significant contractual obligations are those whose fulfillment is necessary to achieve the objective of the contract. A “cardinal duty” or “essential contractual obligations” are obligations whose fulfillment makes the proper execution of the contract possible in the first place and on whose compliance the contractual partner can regularly trusts and relies.
6.4 In the event of a breach of essential contractual obligations, ePay shall only be liable for the contractually typical, foreseeable damage if this was simply caused by negligence, unless it concerns user claims for damages resulting from injury to life, limb or health.
6.5 The limitations of paragraphs 6.3 and 6.4 shall also apply in favor of the legal representatives and vicarious agents of ePay, if claims are asserted directly against them.
The user shall indemnify ePay of claims made by third parties due to an inappropriate, abusive or other violating use of the platform, including all damages and costs ePay incurs in conjunction with such claims of third parties.
9 Severability Clause