Following terms and conditions (the “Terms“) govern your use of our website: https://surveily.com/ (the “Website“).
All rights to the Website, as well as to its elements and databases, including copyrights, intellectual property rights to its name, Internet domain, patterns, forms, logos belong to Surveily spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Wrocław at Al. Józefa Hallera 3/8, 53-319 Wrocław, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under KRS number: 0000771367, by the District Court for Wrocław-Fabryczna in Wrocław, VI Commercial Department of the National Court Register, NIP: 8992856049, REGON: 382259495 (“Surveily“) or are subject to a license for use granted Surveily by the owner (disposer) of these rights, and may be used only in the manner specified herein and in accordance herewith.
For the purposes hereof, the following terms shall be defined as follows:
“Civil Code” – the Act of 23 April 1964 – Polish Civil Code,
“User” – means any natural person who in any way uses the Website,
“Website Resources” – means the materials made available on the Website, on the terms and within the scope specified herein, in particular information, data and case studies concerning Surveily and other business or user materials related to Surveily products.
These Terms set out the rules for free and unlimited use by Users of the Website, run and administered by Surveily, which includes information about Surveily, the products and services offered by Surveily and other information about Surveily’s activity.
By using this Website, you acknowledge that you have read and that you agree to these Terms.
Purpose and Website Resources
The Website allows you to access information about Surveily, inter alia about Surveily’s products and offered services. The Website collects press releases about Surveily. On this Website you will find assistance in obtaining the necessary information about Surveily and Surveily’s contact details.
The Website Resources may contain references to products, programs and services that have been launched in a particular market and are not available in your country. Please contact Surveily for information regarding products, programs and services offered in your country.
Users’ access to Website Resources
Access to the Website does not require any formalities, in particular the registration in the Website system.
Use of the Website requires:
- possession of devices with Internet access and a web browser installed,
- enabling the acceptance of cookies and Java Script support in the web browser you are using,
- pop-up Windows support enabled.
Surveily provides you with free access to the Website Resources for an indefinite period of time, and solely for the purpose and to the extent necessary to use the Website.
You shall use the Website in accordance with applicable law, provisions of the Terms and good behaviors and practices.
You are entitled to use the Website Resources only for your own personal use. This means, in particular, that with respect to the information, data, case studies and any other materials contained herein, both those protected by copyright law and those not so protected, you are not allowed to use these materials for the purpose of conducting your own commercial activities.
User Content and User Content License
By sending Surveily information or material, you grant Surveily an unrestricted and irrevocable license to copy, reproduce, publish, upload, post, distribute, transmit, post on the Internet, publicly display, perform, and modify, and to create derivative works from or otherwise freely use such information and material.
Processing of Users’ personal data
Intellectual property rights
All intellectual property rights, including but not limited to copyright and trademark rights in respect of all materials, text, illustrations, sounds, software and other Website Resources and their arrangement belong to Surveily or its affiliates or are subject to a license for use granted Surveily by the owner (disposer) of these rights.
Surveily grants to you non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited, revocable permission to access and display the Website Resources.
You may print parts of the Website or download them to your computer’s hard drive and share them with third parties, provided that you do so for informational purposes only or for other purposes permitted by applicable law.
Without Surveily’s prior written consent, you are not entitled to:
- use the Website (including any copy or part of it) or the designations contained herein for any commercial purposes,
- modify the Website (or any part of it) or use or share it or its part for any derivative work or activity (including use in paper documents, websites, blogs, third party accounts on social networking sites).
The use of the Website Resources (or part thereof), including making them publicly available, disseminating, uploading, posting on other websites and using them to create derivative works, is prohibited without Surveily’s prior consent.
Use of this Website is at your sole risk.
All materials, products, information, software, and services are provided “as is”, with no warranties or guarantees whatsoever. Surveily makes no warranty or guarantee that access to this Website will not be interrupted, secure, timely, or without error.
You agree that if you download or otherwise obtain materials, information, products, or services via this Website, that you do so at your own risk and that Surveily will not be responsible for any damages that may result, including loss of data or damage to your computer system.
To the extent permitted by applicable law you expressly agree to waive any and all claims against Surveily, of any kind, arising out of your use of the Website and its contents.
To the extent permitted by applicable law in no event will Surveily be liable to any party for any consequences of any type related to or arising from this Website or any use of this Website, or of any site or resource linked to or referenced by this Website.
The Website Resources, in particular the information about the offered products or services contained on the Website do not constitute a binding offer or electronic offer within the meaning of the Civil Code for any entities and have been provided solely for information and promotion purposes.
Some of the information provided on the Website is historical in nature and may be out of date. All information of a historical nature should be deemed to be up to date on the date of its first publication. Surveily is not obliged to update any of the published information.
If the Website contains links (hypertext links) and references to other websites or sources concerning third party products or services, then Surveily makes no representations, warranties, and assumes no responsibility or liability for information or opinions provided on other websites.
Any comments, remarks and questions concerning the operation of the Website may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to the following address: Surveily sp. z o.o., Al. Józefa Hallera 3/8, 53-319 Wrocław.
You have the right to make a complaint about the functioning of the Website.
Complaints about the Website shall be sent:
- via e-mail to: email@example.com;
- by post to the address: Surveily sp. z o.o. Al. Józefa Hallera 3/8, 53-319 Wrocław.
As soon as a complaint will be resolved, but no later than 30 (thirty) days from the date of receiving it, Surveily will inform you in writing or in any other form agreed with you on how such complaint is resolved.
The Terms fulfil the purpose of general terms and conditions of contracts within the meaning of the Civil Code.
Surveily may update these Terms at any time, without notice, so you should periodically review these Terms for any changes. Changes are effective from the moment of their publication.
The Terms are made available free of charge to the Users, who can use, reproduce, and record them via the Internet.
These Terms and the use of the Website by the Users shall be exclusively governed by Polish law.
All disputes arising in connection with the performance of these Terms which cannot be settled amicably, shall be decided by settled by a common court.