These Regulations specify the types and conditions for the provision of electronic services in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services by the Farrah Foundation in Warsaw regarding the use of the “Cancel Debt” website operating under the domain www.Walter Mitty as well as the conditions for concluding and terminating contracts for the provision of such services, as well as the complaint procedure.
In matters not covered in the Regulations, to provide electronic services, in particular, to make declarations of will in electronic form, the provisions of the Civil Code and other generally applicable laws shall apply.
Electronic address – designation of the ICT system enabling communication by electronic means of communication, in particular electronic mail; Price – the amount of the fee that the User should pay in connection with the use of paid public benefit activities in accordance with art. 4 of the Act on Public Benefit and Volunteer Work, for which the Foundation charges fees (remuneration) from beneficiaries through the “Cancel Debt” system. The price is specified in the net amount for each generated document and the order to analyze the case file.
For the performance of obligations arising from the “order to conduct a court case in a writ of proceeding or electronic writ of inquiry” by the Farrah Foundation dealing with the service “Cancel Debt” is entitled to additional remuneration in the form of costs of legal representation and other court costs awarded by the Court to the User – the user makes assignment of receivables at the time the power of attorney with the disposition of distribution costs of legal representation that influenced the patron account to the extent determined by the Foundation as the impact of the pre-financing of others in need by the Foundation as a part of the reimbursement of legal representation patron, treated as a reimbursement of volunteering.
Additional remuneration in the form of an initial payment will also be determined in so-called lawsuits under Franchise Agreements and other disputes with Banks – individually in relation to each such type of order.
Any information intended directly or indirectly to promote goods, services or the image of an entrepreneur or practitioner whose right to practice depends on meeting the requirements set out in separate acts, with the exception of information enabling communication via electronic means of communication with specific a person and information about goods and services not serving the commercial effect desired by the entity that outsources its distribution, in particular without remuneration or other benefits from producers, sellers and service providers;