Terms of service
Site Administration of https://gthud.com , hereinafter referred to as “SELLER” (“offeror”) publishes this Offer Contract Offer for the sale of goods, which is a public offer by implication of law, Art. 437 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, with respect to users of the site https://gthud.com (the "BUYER").
This Contract shall enter into force upon its acceptance by the BYUER.
Acceptance – full and unconditional acceptance of the terms of this Contract Offer by the BUYER realized by ordering goods on the SELLER'S Website.
Order - a request drawn with the help of a special form for the purchase of Goods by the BUYER on the SELLER’s website. A request is performed by adding Goods to a cart and paying for the order via the cart.
Offer – the offer to enter into a Contract according to the terms specified in the offer with anyone who will perform the actions recognized as the acceptance of the offer (acceptance of the offer to enter into a Contract).
BUYER - any private individual who will perform the actions recognized as the acceptance of the offer (acceptance of the offer to enter into a Contract).
SELLER – Site Administration of https://gthud.com
Site - https://gthud.com
Parties – SELLER and BUYER jointly.
Goods – goods posted on the Site for the purpose of sale.
2. General Provisions
2.1 The ordering of the goods on the SELLER’s website is the acceptance of this offer.
2.2 The acceptance of this Contract Offer under conditions or with reservations is not allowed.
2.3 The acceptance of this Contract Offer is possible if the following conditions are met simultaneously:
2.3.1 Careful reading by the BUYER of all the terms of this Contract Offer.
2.3.2 Consent of the BUYER to observe all terms of the present Contract Offer.
3. Subject of the Agreement
3.1. Within the framework of this Agreement, the SELLER sells the Goods presented on the SELLER’s website at https://gthud.com to the BUYER under the Purchase and Sale Agreement.
3.2. Under the Purchase and Sale Agreement, the SELLER undertakes to transfer the Goods into the ownership of the BUYER, and the BUYER undertakes to accept the Goods and pay for them.
4. The Procedure of Ordering Goods
4.1. In order to receive the opportunity to order Goods on the SELLER’s website, the BUYER must first undergo the registration procedure on the Site. To register on the Site, the BUYER does not need to fill in any personal data; the identification on the Site is realized via an email address, login, and password.
4.2. To order Goods on the Site, the BUYER must first familiarize himself or herself with the offered Goods on the SELLER’s website at https://gthud.com . Each Goods page contains their detailed description. If the BUYER has any questions about the Goods, he or she should contact the SELLER for clarification.
4.3. Once familiarized with the range of Goods, the BUYER must select the Goods he or she requires and add them to their cart.
4.4. Once the BUYER has added all required Goods to their cart, they must proceed to the card to finalize the order.
4.5. Before finalizing the order, the BUYER must check that the Goods in the cart coincide with the Goods he or she selected, after which the BUYER must pay for the selected Goods. Available payment methods are displayed on the page of paying for Goods. Payment for Goods is performed by making a full (100%) advance payment.
4.6. The price of Goods is specified on the website for one item in US dollars. The price of Goods may be changed by the SELLER at any moment before the BUYER completes the process of ordering and paying for the goods. Once the Goods are ordered and paid for, their price is not subject to change.
5.1. The Parties shall be liable for improper performance, or failure to perform the obligations provided for in this Contract in accordance with applicable law.
5.2. The BUYER acknowledges and agrees that the Goods offered for sale on the Site are provided in accordance with the description specified on the Goods page. The BUYER agrees that the purchased Goods may not meet his or her expectations.
5.3. The SELLER does not guarantee that the Products offered for sale will meet certain purposes of their use. The SELLER provides the BUYER with an opportunity to use Goods during a trial period or to purchase a monthly subscription, so that the BUYER could make sure that the Goods are suitable for him or her. If the BUYER is satisfied, he or she is obligated to pay the difference in value between the paid amount and the full version within 14 days. After 14 days, the BUYER shall pay the full cost of the Goods.
5.4. Return of goods is not provided by the SELLER except for cases when the BUYER cannot use the Goods for technical reasons. In this case, the cost of Goods may be refunded on the condition that the BUYER will first provide the SELLER with access to his or her computer through TeamViewer and give the SELLER an opportunity to check all the settings. After the TeamViewer check, the BUYER is obliged to send logs to the technical support of the software at firstname.lastname@example.org, and if the technical support does not discover the reasons of the failure, the SELLER shall return the money to the BUYER in full within 15 working days from the date of the inspection.
5.5. The site or its elements may be partially or completely unavailable from time to time due to routine or other technical maintenance that ensures the normal functioning of the Site. In this case, the SELLER is not obliged to notify the BUYER and / or is not responsible if the BUYER fails to receive information.
5.6. The Site may contain links to other sites on the Internet (third party sites). These third parties and their content are not verified by the SELLER for compliance (reliability, completeness, legality, etc.). The SELLER shall not be liable for any information and materials, including any opinions or statements, advertising, etc. posted on the websites of third parties accessed by the BUYER / USER through the services, as well as for the availability of such sites or content and the consequences of their use by the BUYER / USER.
6. Force Majeure
6.1. The Parties shall not be liable for the full or partial non-fulfillment of obligations under this Contract due to force majeure circumstances that have arisen beyond the will of the Parties and which cannot be foreseen or prevented, namely, an earthquake, a flood, other natural disasters, a war, a civil war, a blockade, an embargo, a strike, or the adoption of acts that impede the implementation of this contract by public authorities.
6.2. A certificate issued by a local authority is sufficient evidence of the existence and duration of force majeure circumstances.
6.3. The Party that does not fulfil its obligations due to force majeure circumstances must send a written notice about the complication and its impact on the performance of obligations under the Contract to the other Party within 10 calendar days .
6.4. If the force majeure circumstances operate for two consecutive months and do not show any signs of termination, this Contract may be terminated by mutual agreement of the Parties.
7. Intellectual Property
7.1. The BUYER / USER acknowledges that the Site, its interface and content (including but not limited to design elements, text, graphics, illustrations, videos, scripts, programs, music, sounds and other objects and their collections associated with the Site) are protected by the copyright law, trademarks and other rights that belong to the SELLER or other legal rightsholders.
7.2. The BUYER / USER may not reproduce, copy, modify, destroy, process (including performance of any transfer or localization), sell, rent, publish, download, otherwise distribute the Site or its components, decompile or otherwise attempt to extract the source code of components of the Site, represented by software, and also to change the functionality of the Site without the prior written consent of the SELLER.
7.3. Unless otherwise evidently provided for in this Contract, nothing in this Contract can be regarded as the transfer of exclusive rights to the Site and / or its components to the BUYER / USER.
8. Dispute Resolution
8.1. All disputes between the Parties are resolved through negotiations.
8.2. The parties came to an agreement that the complaint (out-of-court) procedure for settling disputes arising as a result of the implementation of this Contract is mandatory for them.
8.3. Complaints about this Contract may be sent by the Parties via e-mail.
8.4. The Parties agreed that the time limit for responding to a complaint is no longer than 15 calendar days.
8.5. In the event of a dispute, it shall be referred to court at the location of the SELLER.
9. Procedure for Contract Change and Termination
9.1. The present Contract Offer can be changed by the SELLER unilaterally at any time.
10. Other Provisions
10.1. The Parties agreed that the statutes in place will be applied for all matters not stipulated by this Contract.
10.2. This Contract was concluded by the Parties in an offer-acceptance form without signing a separate written Document.
10.3. This Contract contains the entire scope of agreements between the Parties with respect to the subject matter of this Contract, which revokes and invalidates all other obligations or proposals that could be accepted or made by the Parties either verbally or electronically before the conclusion of this Contract.
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Updated on March 29, 2018.