Terms and Conditions
By visiting www.nataliaziajka.com and signing up for the services you are consenting to the Terms and Conditions.
1.1. These Regulations define the rules of operation and conditions of use of the website www.nataliaziajka.com, as well as the terms of sale of digital products available on the website.
1.2. An integral part of the Regulations is the Privacy and Cookies Policy. These terms and conditions may also be supplemented by the terms of sale of specific products, including, in particular, provisions relating to special promotions, guarantees, or other specific terms.
1.3. A user may only be a natural person with full legal capacity, including a legal person, an organizational unit without legal personality, which the law grants legal capacity or a natural person with full legal capacity, or a group of these persons jointly operating in the form of a civil partnership.
The terms used in these Regulations mean:
2.1. Administrator – the owner and administrator of the Website, Natalia Ziajka Online Business Star, 17/2 Dambonia St., 45-860 Opole, VAT PL 7542772122.
2.2. Website – an internet service website, acting as an intermediary between the User Administrator in the sale of Products. The website address is www.nataliaziajka.com along with its subdomains and dedicated product pages.
2.3. User – a natural person, legal person, or organizational unit without legal personality, which the law grants legal capacity, purchasing the Product via the Website.
2.4. Materials – one or more computer files containing video recordings or other files that are the basic component of the Product.
2.5. Additional Materials – one or more computer files added to the Product.
2.6. Product – a service of paid access to specific Materials and Additional Materials in the form of computer files, provided via the Internet by the Administrator to the User, via the website
2.7. Free Product – a Product that is made available free of charge via the Internet by the Administrator to the User, via the Website.
2.8. Provision of service by electronic means – performance of a service that takes place by sending and receiving data via ICT systems, at the individual request of the User, without the simultaneous presence of the parties, and the data are transmitted via public networks within the meaning of the Telecommunications Act.
2.9. Electronic payments – the method of payment selected by the User, including a payment card or a transfer as part of online banking, enabling the User to make electronic payments to the Administrator.
2.10. Payment System Operator – an entity selected by the Administrator that provides services related to the delivery, maintenance, and service of payments by credit card, payment card, or transfers as part of online banking.
2.11. Electronic communication means – technical solutions, including teleinformation devices, enabling individual remote communication using data transmission between teleinformation systems, in particular electronic mail.
2.12. Cookie – a text file in which information is saved by the Website server on the hard drive of the computer used by the User. The information stored in the cookie file can be read by the Website server when you reconnect from this computer, but it can also be read by other servers or other Internet users.
2.13. Password – a string of letters, numbers, or other characters selected by the User during Registration on the Website or given by the Service Provider, used to secure access to the Account.
2.14. User Account – means an individual set of resources and rights for each User, launched for him by the Service Provider, after registration.
3. General provisions
3.1. Each Internet user can freely browse the content of the Website. To use the Website, standard devices and software are required that allow you to browse the web and an e-mail box.
3.2. The materials posted on the Website, including graphic elements, layout and composition of these elements (the so-called layout), trademarks, photos and other information available on the Website are subject to the exclusive rights of the Administrator.
The indicated elements are subject to proprietary copyrights, and industrial property rights, including trademark registration rights and database rights, and as such enjoy statutory legal protection. It is not allowed to use these resources in a different way than provided for in these Regulations.
3.3. The website may only be used to publish content that complies with the law in force in Poland. Users are responsible for the content published by them, in particular, declare that they are consistent with the facts and the law and do not violate these Regulations, applicable law, and the rights of third parties.
3.4. Users may use the Website only by applicable law.
3.5. The Administrator reserves the right to refuse to provide services, delete data or liquidate the order in the event of a non-consumer breach of the law or the provisions of these Regulations.
4.2. The provision of Services begins when the User correctly completes the registration form placed on the Website, creates an Account, and accepts the Regulations.
4.3. By sending the registration form, the User declares that:
4.3.1 the data provided therein are complete and consistent with the facts;
4.3.2 has read the Regulations and undertakes to comply with them.
4.4. Users are required to keep confidential information ensuring safe use of the account on the Website, including not disclosing their login and password to other people and choosing appropriate, difficult-to-break passwords. Any actions are taken using a login with a correctly assigned password is considered an action of the User.
5. User Account
5.1. After receiving a correctly completed registration form, the Administrator will create for the User on the Website a unique Account assigned to the e-mail address selected by the User.
5.2. By providing an e-mail address on the Website, the User declares that the e-mail address does not infringe the rights of third parties. The user is solely responsible for choosing an e-mail address, and any disputes on this background are resolved without the Administrator’s participation.
5.3. The Administrator may refuse to create an Account with a specific e-mail address, and delete the one created at any time, if the e-mail address is used on the Website or if the Administrator has justified, credible information that it is against the law, decency, violates the personal rights of third parties or legitimate interests of the Administrator. The Administrator will inform the User about the refusal to create an Account within 24 hours of deciding this matter.
5.4. The User gains access to the Account using a unique identifier which is an email address and Password. The user is obliged not to disclose the password to any third party along with the e-mail address and is solely responsible for any damage caused as a result of their disclosure.
6. Use of the Website
6.1. Through the Website, Users have the option to purchase a Product license.
6.2. By purchasing a Product, the User is granted a non-exclusive, time-limited license to use the selected Product.
6.3. The license is granted for the period specified in the Product description. The sale of the Product may be time-limited in the manner specified on the Website.
6.4. The user has no right to sub-license.
6.5. Each order is confirmed by an e-mail sent to the e-mail address provided by the User.
6.6. The product will be made available to the User via teletransmission via an internet connection so that the User can view the recording on his account. After receiving the confirmation of payment, an e-mail is sent to the User, containing information about gaining access to view the purchased Products.
6.7. The User gains access to the Products by logging into his account on the Website.
7.1. The User pays for the Product via the Payment System Operator.
7.2. Payments via the Payment System Operator may only be made by persons authorized to use a given instrument based on which the payment is made, in particular, a given payment card may only be used by its authorized holder.
7.3. The administrator provides the transaction form provided by the Payment System Operator. The data from the form is automatically transferred to the Payment System Operator, the Administrator has no access to them.
7.4.To make a payment, the User should confirm the payment on the websites of the relevant Payment System Operator following the rules specified by that Payment System Operator. In the event of making any changes to the payment form available on these pages and automatically completed by the Payment System, the payment may not be processed.
7.5. All electronic payments are made by the applicable regulations of the Payment System Operator and legal provisions, and the Administrator is not responsible for their correctness.
7.6. The Administrator reserves the right to refuse to handle payments made by the User, in particular in the event of doubts as to the legality of the transaction for which the payment is made or the legality of the payment itself. For the above reasons, the payment may be refused by the Administrator. The Payment System Operator, as well as its partners, qualify the financial credibility of persons intending to make a payment using a payment card and may, therefore, differentiate the rules of payment processing or make certain terms of service conditional depending on the User’s qualification to a given risk group.
7.7. The Administrator is not responsible for delays in transferring payments or authorization responses, caused by reasons arising after the User submits a payment instruction, as well as for failure to complete or delay in transferring due funds or data verification, in particular, caused by providing incorrect or incomplete data by the User, which prevents execution of the payment transaction, as well as for delays resulting from other events beyond the control of the Service Provider or the Payment System Operator.
7.8. All prices listed on the website are gross prices, i.e. they include VAT (tax on goods and services) by the relevant regulations. VAT invoices are issued at the request of the User. In this case, it is necessary to provide invoice data in the appropriate form. The Administrator may, at the User’s request, charge him with a reverse VAT (reverse charge). The Payment System Operator, as well as its partners, conduct the qualification of the financial credibility of persons intending to make payments using a payment card and may therefore differentiate the rules of payment processing or make certain terms of service provisions dependent on the User’s qualification to a given risk group.
7.9. The Administrator reserves the right to refuse to handle payments made by the User, in particular in the event of doubts as to the legality of the transaction for which the payment is made or the legality of the payment itself. For the above reasons, the payment may be refused by the Administrator. The Payment System Operator, as well as its partners, qualify the financial credibility of persons intending to make a payment using a payment card and may, therefore, differentiate the rules of payment processing or make certain terms of service conditional depending on the User’s qualification to a given risk group.
7.10. The Administrator is not responsible for delays in transferring payments or authorization responses, caused by reasons arising after the User submits a payment instruction, as well as for failure to complete or delay in transferring due funds or data verification, in particular, caused by providing incorrect or incomplete data by the User, which prevent execution of the payment transaction, as well as for delays resulting from other events beyond the control of the Service Provider or the Payment System Operator.
7.12. All prices listed on the website are gross prices, i.e. they include VAT (tax on goods and services) by the relevant regulations. VAT invoices are issued at the request of the User. In this case, it is necessary to provide invoice data in the appropriate form. The Administrator may, at the User’s request, charge him with a reverse VAT (reverse charge).
In this case, the User is obliged to inform the Administrator about this fact before purchasing the Product and provide his EU VAT number in the ordering process.
8. The rules for using the purchased Products
8.1. All Products made available through the Website, whether paid or free of charge, are protected under the Act of February 4, 1994, on copyright and related rights.
8.2. Purchased Products may be permanently marked as coming from the User who made a purchase on the Website or received a free Product. Product designations do not reveal the User’s data and are only used to identify the origin of the Product in the event of a violation of the rules of using the Product specified in these Regulations and the law. Thus, each User who purchases a Product on the Website agrees to such a marking and undertakes not to take any action to change or remove this marking from a given Product.
8.3. The User may pay for the Product by way of a one-off payment, prepayment, or periodic instalment payments. The terms of prepayment and instalment payment are specified in the offer placed on the Website.
8.4. If the User selects prepayment and instalment payment, the amount due for the Remuneration is collected by the Administrator on a specific day of each month.
8.5. The price of the Product is the fee for the entire training service. Sales cannot be segmented or modular. The User obtains access to all training resources immediately after placing an order for the Product, so in the case of an instalment payment, the obligation to pay the Remuneration does not cease if the User ceases to use the Product for reasons not attributable to the Administrator.
8.6. Making a payment is a payment service within the meaning of the Act of 19 August 2011 on Payment Services, which consists in accepting the Payment System by the relevant bank or the Operator. The above entities provide the User with a payment instrument enabling him to withdraw funds from a given payment account to the Administrator’s bank account. The Administrator does not provide any payment services to the User.
8.7. In the case of choosing a prepayment and instalment payment, if the Administrators fail to collect funds constituting remuneration for the Product for reasons attributable to the User, he is entitled to block the User’s access to the Product until the payment is settled. In this case, the User is obliged to immediately pay the instalment using another form of payment. Failure to pay the rest of the price or any of the instalments does not constitute grounds for termination of the contract by the User.
8.8. The User may use the purchased Products for their use and their intended purpose, i.e. play them on electronic devices made available on the Website to read the content of the work.
8.9. The User has no right to reproduce, copy or use the Product (in whole or part). It is forbidden to change the electronic structure of the Product or any other type of modification (e.g. removal of security features or markings). It is also forbidden to distribute the Product, share or publicly display it.
8.10. The User is obliged to ensure that no unauthorized persons use the Products in a manner inconsistent with the law or these Regulations. In the event of detecting such situations, the Administrator may submit claims in this respect against the User he knows, for violating the rights to a given copy of the Product. This provision does not apply to consumers.
8.11. The results and revenues demonstrated in the courses and training or social media prepared by the Administrator are aspiring statements of possible outcomes. The success of the courses and training on the Site, testimonials, and other examples are exceptional results that are not typical of the average person and are not a guarantee that you and others will achieve the same results. Individual results may vary and yours will depend on individual abilities, work ethics, business skills and experience, level of motivation, diligence in applying for courses, economy, normal and unforeseen business activities, and other factors.
8.12. To achieve the correct results assumed for the User by the Administrator, it is necessary to actively use the Products, including in particular performing assigned tasks, including independent exercises, active participation in interactive classes, and independent work in the manner indicated by the Administrator.
9.1. Any disruptions in the functioning of the Website, comments, and suggestions at its address, complaints, and complaints should be sent by e-mail to the e-mail address [email protected]. The administrator reviews complaints within 14 working days of receiving the complaint, but this period may be extended if the complaint requires a longer time to be examined. The Administrator will inform the User about the resolution of the complaint by e-mail sent to the address provided by the User during registration.
9.2. The complaint should contain the User’s designation (first name, surname – so that the Administrator can identify the person submitting the complaint) and a description of reservations as to the method of providing the service.
9.3. After the Administrator accepts the complaint, the User undertakes to immediately remove all copies of the Product in question.
9.4. The user is not entitled to withdraw from the contract concluded outside the business premises or remotely by art. 38 sec. 13 of the Consumer Rights Act, because the subject of the contract is the delivery of digital content that is not recorded on a tangible medium, and the performance of the service began with the consumer’s express consent before the deadline to withdraw from the contract and after informing the Administrator about the loss of the right to withdraw from the contract.
10. Amendments to the regulations
10.1. This document is subject to change. The Administrator will inform about changes to the Regulations and the effective dates of the changes on his websites. Consumers will be informed individually via e-mail. In the absence of consent to the amendment of the Regulations, the User who is a consumer has the right to terminate the contract within 14 days from the date of obtaining information about the change. The use of the Website by the User after this date is tantamount to acceptance of the new content of the Regulations.
11.1. The Administrator is not liable to the User for losses and damages incurred by the User in connection with the use of the Website, compliance with the information presented on the Website or contained in the Products in any circumstances, as well as for the consequences of decisions made on this basis. This provision does not apply to consumers.
11.2. The Administrator does not guarantee that the information sent via the Internet will reach the User in a flawless, complete, and complete form. This provision does not apply to consumers.
11.3. Administrator – if the malfunction is caused by circumstances beyond the control of the Administrator, which could not be prevented despite due diligence – he is not responsible for damages caused by a malfunction of the transmission system, including hardware failures, delays, and disruptions in the transmission of information, interference by third parties or operation force majeure.
11.4. The Administrator reserves the right – after prior notice to the User who is a consumer – the right to temporarily limit access to the Website (in whole or in part) to improve it, maintain it, or if it is required by security or other reasons, independent of the Administrator.
12. Final provisions
12.1. The Regulations are governed by the law of the Republic of Poland.
12.2. Any changes to orders for Products and the Regulations shall be null and void to be valid.
12.3. If any provision of the Regulations is considered invalid, ineffective, or unenforceable, it does not in any way affect the validity, effectiveness, and enforceability of the remaining provisions of the Regulations.
12.4. The Administrator reserves the right to transfer or order all or part of his rights and obligations resulting from these Regulations, with the proviso that if the contract is concluded with the Consumer, the transfer requires his consent. In the event of exercising this right, the User will be informed about the above-mentioned fact by a notification. The User who is a Consumer has the right to terminate the contract within 14 days from the date of obtaining information about the change with the effect specified above.
Last Updated: June 2023