General terms and conditions of serviceĞ1.lu Free Currency Web Services
Preamble to the general terms and conditions of service of Ğ1.lu
The present terms of service are concluded on the one hand between g1.lu managing the site https://g1.lu and, on the other hand, between any natural or legal person wishing to benefit from these services via the website https://g1.lu hereinafter referred to as "the user".
Article 1. Purpose
The present terms of service are intended to define the contractual relationship between g1.lu and the user and the conditions applicable to any service offering made through the website https://g1.lu. The request for a service offering through this site implies an unconditional acceptance by the user of the present conditions of service offers of which the user acknowledges that he/she has taken note of this prior to his/her request. Before any Participation in the costs (PAF), the user states have full legal capacity, personally and/or professionally, to commit to these general conditions of service offers in order to make a request service offer on the site https://g1.lu
g1.lu retains the right to change these terms at any time. terms of serviceIn order to comply with any new regulation or to improve the use of its site, the conditions applicable will be those in force at the time of the request by the user. Therefore, the applicable conditions will be those in force at the date of the request by the user.
Article 2. Services
The services proposed are those listed on the site https://g1.lu from g1.luwithin the limits of available human resources. g1.lu reserves the right to modify the range of services at any time. Each service is presented on the website in the form of a description of its main technical characteristics. The photographs and illustrations are not contractual and are not binding. g1.lu. The provision of the services presented in the site https://g1.lu is intended for all persons residing in countries that fully permit the entry of these services into their territory.
Article 3. PAF (Participation Aux Frais)
The PAF listed on the service sheets of the internet catalogue are PAF in Junes (Ğ1). g1.lu reserves the right to change its PAF at any time, provided that the PAF listed in the catalogue on the day of the request will be the only one applicable to the user.
Article 4. Application and modalities of the PAF
Before any request of service offers, the user should contact g1.lu on the site https://g1.lu. g1.lu proposes to the user to request and send its PAF of its requested services in several steps:
- PAF by transfer on the public key Cesium of g1.lu : the user selects the services he/she wishes to request via the contact form provided for this purpose. The next step is g1.lu contacts the user to define and meet its needs. Upon validation by g1.lu, the user receives a voucher for request for proposal confirming the registration of his application. In order to finalize his PAF and trigger the processing of its application, the user must make the transfer in Junes (Ğ1) corresponding to the amount of the request to the g1.luwhose public key is communicated to the user. Upon receipt of the PAFThe request will be processed and the user will be informed by e-mail. g1.lu will start the services at the earliest 2 working days after receiving the transfer corresponding to the request.
Confirmation of a request implies acceptance of these terms of service offersThe customer acknowledges having full knowledge of these terms and conditions and waives the right to invoke its own terms and conditions of service. All the data provided and the recorded confirmation will be considered as proof of the contractualization of the service offer. If the user has an e-mail address and has provided it on the application form, g1.lu will send him/her an e-mail confirming the registration of his/her application.
If the user wishes to contact g1.luIf you are not satisfied with the results, you can send an e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article 5. Reservation of ownership
g1.lu retains full ownership of the services provided until the full registration of the PAF.
Article 6. Withdrawal
The user has a period of fourteen working days from the delivery of their request to exercise its right of withdrawal and thus return the service to g1.lu for exchange or refund of the PAF without penalty.
Article 7. Guarantee
All services provided by g1.lu benefit from PAF's money-back guarantee for thirty days. In case of non-conformity of a service rendered, it can be returned to g1.lu who will refund it. All claims, requests for exchange or refund of the PAF must be sent by e-mail to the following address email@example.com thirty days after delivery.
Article 8. Responsibility
g1.luIn the process of offering the service, the company is only bound by an obligation of means. Its responsibility cannot be held liable for any damage resulting from the use of the Internet network such as loss of data, intrusion, virus, break in service, or other involuntary problems.
Article 9. Intellectual Property
All elements of the site https://g1.lu are and remain the intellectual property of g1.lu and are licensed under the Creative Commons : Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).
Article 10. Personal data
g1.lu undertakes to maintain the confidentiality of the information provided by the userAny information concerning him/her is subject to the provisions of the French law n° 78-17 of January 6, 1978. Any information concerning him/her is subject to the provisions of law n° 78-17 of 6 January 1978. As such, the Internet user has the right to access, modify and delete information concerning him. He can make the request at any time by e-mail to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article 11. Settlement of disputes
The present terms of service are subject in the first instance to the June's community vote on the forum in the event of a dispute.
If the June community is unable to resolve the dispute, it will be settled, these terms and conditions of service will be subject to Luxembourg law. For all disputes or litigation not settled by the June community, the competent court will be that of the chambers of commerce of the district court of Luxembourg.