1. Consumer/Service User – an individual who has concluded an Agreement with the Service Provider for purposes that are not directly related to its business/professional activity.
2. Digital content – data generated and delivered in digital form (e-book, other materials in PDF, audio or video form).
3. Agreement – Agreement with the Service Provider for access to the Newsletter, including the provision of a digital service or digital content.
4. Service – a digital service or digital content or goods with digital elements.
5. Service Provider/Bitfold R&D – BITFOLD R&D (spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością) with its registered seat in Poland, Lodz, zip code: 90-525, ul. Wólczańska 143, entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs operated by the District Court for Łódź – Śródmieście in Łódź, 20th Commercial Department of the National Court Register under KRS number: 0000840803, REGON: 386040760, NIP: 7252299166, with a share capital of PLN 100 000, e-mail: email@example.com.
6. Digital service – a service that allows the generation, processing, storage or access to data in digital form or a service that allows for the joint use of data in digital form that has been sent or generated by the Consumer or other users of this service or other forms of interaction using such data.
Services and digital content provided as part of the Newsletter are provided by BITFOLD R&D (spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością) with its registered office in Łódź (zip code: 90-525), at ul. Wólczańska 143, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under the number KRS: 0000840803, REGON: 386040760, NIP: 7252299166, registration court: District Court for Łódź – Śródmieście in Łódź, XX Commercial Department of the National Court Register, with share capital: PLN 100 000. You can contact the Service Provider by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the number: + 48 731 730 530.
1. The Newsletter, including digital services and digital content, is sent to the e-mail address indicated by you, which you provide when subscribing to the Newsletter.
2. The Newsletter provides educational content, as well as information about new blog entries, webinars, special offers, promotions, bonuses, free and paid events, training, materials shared in social media and other marketing or commercial information about products and services offered or promoted by the Service Provider.
3. If digital content is made available as part of the Newsletter (e.g. e-book, audio or video recording), you can access it in the manner indicated in the e-mail (e.g. by clicking the active link provided in the e-mail or downloading the attachment attached to the message).
4. The frequency of sharing content as part of the Newsletter is a maximum of 2 times a month, excluding special occasions.
5. E-mail programs often consider messages sent from mailing programs as spam, therefore, for the proper performance of the Service, it is recommended to add the e-mail address of the Service Provider (email@example.com) to the list of trusted recipients.
1. You can access to the Newsletter for free by subscribing to the Newsletter and providing your e-mail address in the subscription form for marketing or commercial purposes.
2. To subscribe to the Newsletter and access a digital service or digital content:
a) read the Bitfold R&D Newsletter Terms And Conditions;
b) provide your e-mail address in the Newsletter subscription form at www.bitfold.com or in the Survey conducted by the Service Provider or via another source, e.g. a landing page provided by the Service Provider.
c) agree to the processing of your personal data (an e-mail address) by Bitfold R&D for the purpose of marketing communication or sending commercial information by e-mail;
e) confirm the above by clicking “send” or “ok” or the next arrow (depending on where you are signing up from).
3. The Agreement for the provision of the service of access to digital content is concluded for an indefinite period of time at the moment of delivery to the Consumer by the Service Provider of an e-mail confirming the subscription to the Newsletter.
4. Access to the Newsletter, including access to digital services and digital content, is granted immediately after the conclusion of the Agreement, unless the description of the Service states otherwise. If for some reason you do not receive our messages, please contact the Service Provider in the manner indicated in point II.
5. Access to Webinars, as well as other organizational information related to the provision of digital content, are sent to the e-mail address provided by the Service User.
6. As part of Webinars, the Service Provider allows you to participate in “live” online meetings regarding a given thematic scope (hereinafter: Webinars). The topic of a given Webinar is presented by the Service Provider via the Service Provider’s communication channels, i.e. on the Service Provider’s social media, the Service Provider’s website or in an e-mail sent to the Service User.
7. Webinars are conducted online, on the dates specified in the message sent to the e-mail address provided by the Service User or on the dates specified in the Service Provider’s communication channels.
8. Access to webinars outside the dates indicated in the e-mail is additionally possible by playing the recording of individual meetings, if this is provided for in the e-mail sent to the Service User. In such a case, the recordings will be available for playback on the date specified by the Service Provider and under the link sent to the Service User in an e-mail.
9. The Service User may gain access to Webinars (digital content, including video recordings) in the manner indicated in the e-mail sent by the Service Provider (e.g. by clicking on an active link provided in the e-mail or downloading an attachment attached to the message).
11. The Agreement for the provision of the Newsletter access service, including the provision of digital services and digital content, may be terminated immediately. In order to terminate the Agreement, the Consumer should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the content “I resign from the Newsletter” or click on the unsubscribe link: “You may unsubscribe or change your contact details at any time.” placed at the end of the e-mail.
1. The public nature of the Internet and the use of services provided electronically may involve the risk of obtaining and modifying your data by unauthorized persons, therefore it is recommended to use appropriate technical measures that will minimize the above-mentioned risks.
2. If you want to subscribe to the Newsletter, you must have a current version of a web browser supported by the manufacturer with Internet access (e.g. Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari) and an active e-mail account.
3. In order to use the Newsletter, including the digital services and content provided therein, it is required to have:
• the current version of the web browser supported by the manufacturer with Internet access (eg Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari);
• an active e-mail account;
• an up-to-date tool/program handling electronic files in formats in which digital content is delivered (eg *.zip, *.pdf, *.mobi, *.pub, *.doc, *.docx, *.xsl).
4. If it is necessary to meet additional technical requirements or update the existing ones in order to use the Newsletter, including the digital services and content provided, the Consumer will be informed about them in an e-mail from the Service Provider in advance.
1. If the digital services or digital content provided are inconsistent with the Agreement, you may demand that they be brought into compliance with the Agreement or withdraw from the Agreement.
2. You can submit a complaint by e-mail or in writing to the address provided in point II.2. of the Newsletter Terms and Conditions.
3. The complaint will be considered within 14 days from the date of delivery by providing a response in paper or via e-mail.
4. The Service Provider may refuse to comply with the Agreement if the method chosen by the Consumer is impossible or would require excessive costs. When assessing the excessiveness of costs, all circumstances of the case are taken into account, in particular the significance of the lack of compliance of the digital content or digital service with the Agreement and the value of the digital content or digital service compliant with the Agreement.
5. Detailed rules for complaints about digital content or digital services are set out in the the Act on consumer rights of May 30, 2014.
1. The Consumer may withdraw from the Agreement within 14 days from the date of its conclusion. In order to exercise the right to withdraw from the Agreement, the Consumer should inform the Service Provider about it by way of a statement, sending e.g. an e-mail or a letter to the address indicated in point II.2. of the Newsletter Terms and Conditions.
2. The Consumer may withdraw from the Agreement in the event of failure to deliver the digital content or digital service.
3. In the event of withdrawal from the Agreement, the Consumer should refrain from using digital content or digital services and not to make them available to third parties.
1. Texts, photos, graphics, multimedia and trademarks made available as part of the Newsletter (hereinafter: “Materials”) are works within the meaning of Act on Copyright and Related Rights of February 4, 1994, therefore they are protected by law.
2. The copyrights to the Materials are held by the Service Provider or another entity from which the Service Provider has obtained the appropriate license. The Service Provider may also use the Materials using a different legal basis.
3. The Consumer may use the Materials provided as part of the Newsletter only for his own use. Further dissemination, sharing, ripping and downloading in any way of Materials outside the scope of permitted use is not authorized.
4. In the event of violation of the prohibition referred to above, including copyright infringement, the Service Provider has the right to demand damages or compensation. The Consumer may incur civil or criminal liability.
2. As part of using the Newsletter, including digital services or digital content, it is forbidden to provide unlawful information and act in a manner contrary to the law, decency or in a manner that violates the personal rights of third parties.
4. Amicable settlement of disputes and consideration of complaints in the case of a consumer is possible by addressing:
• to a permanent amicable consumer court with a request to settle a dispute arising from the concluded Agreement;
• to the voivodship inspector of the Trade Inspection with a request to initiate mediation proceedings regarding the amicable settlement of the dispute;
• to the municipal consumer rights ombudsman or social organization whose statutory tasks include consumer protection, in order to obtain assistance regarding the Agreement;
• You can also use the ODR platform – it is used to resolve disputes between consumers and entrepreneurs.
5. The Service Provider reserves the right to introduce changes to the Newsletter Terms and Conditions or important reasons, in particular due to changes in the law to the extent that these changes force the Service Provider to change the content of these Terms and Conditions, in particular changes to the provisions of the Civil Code, the Act on consumer rights, the Act on the provision of electronic services, as well as under applicable decisions of polish offices: UOKiK, PUODO or court rulings to the extent corresponding to the issued decisions/judgments and in the event of a significant change in business factors. Detailed information on the changes is provided in the Act on Consumer Rights of 30 May 2014.
6. These Terms and Conditions apply from 1st October, 2023.