Terms of use Customer Portal

Terms of use for the easyAudio Customer Portal
(As at: 1st of December 2014)

1. General

The use of the easyAudio Customer Portal (offered by meetyoo conferencing GmbH) is subject to the Terms & Conditions of meetyoo conferencing GmbH, as long as nothing is provided to the contrary in these terms and conditions of use.

2. Use

2.1. The user can gain access to the Customer Portal via the easyAudio websites or via a direct link portal.easy-audio.de. Data is transferred only with the use of SSL encryption.

2.2. Personal registration is needed in order to use the Customer Portal. To register, users enter their e-mail address as username and choose a personal password. In order to enable conference rooms in the Customer Portal, users must verify themselves with a moderator PIN. meetyoo draws attention to the fact that every person who knows a username and the associated password is able to use the easyAudio Customer Portal in place of the user. Among other things, this enables personal data (e.g. contact or invoicing data) to be changed definitively. meetyoo gives users the option of changing their Customer Portal password at any time.

2.3. Users must keep their password secret and change it immediately if they suspect that it has or could have become known to an unauthorised third party. Users should not write down or save their password and username. In particular, the “cache” (temporary memory) of the browser used must be deactivated or deleted after use. The user is responsible for keeping data updated and for the completeness and correctness of the data entered. In the case of a change of e-mail address, users undertake to change the information in the meetyoo Customer Portal immediately. Data should only be released by users in the Customer Portal if the Internet browser window shows that the data transfer is encrypted (a key or padlock symbol). The contractual provisions, user guidelines and safety instructions must be complied with by users. Users must take care to ensure that there are no computer viruses on their systems, and implement the appropriate preventive measures. Users undertake only to use third-party software, including encryption software, that is obtained from widely-known, trustworthy providers.

2.4. Access to the Customer Portal is automatically barred if a user enters the password incorrectly three times in succession. The user can have access unbarred by customer service. meetyoo may also bar access without giving reasons.

2.5. Legally-binding declarations of intent are deemed to have been given by a user once the relevant box has been clicked to authorise a transfer to meetyoo. Declarations of intent given in this way satisfy the contractual requirement for written form. meetyoo is entitled to process declarations solely on the basis of allocation by means of the e-mail address and password that were entered when logging in. The user is hereby informed that the provision of incorrect information may result in invoicing errors and therefore adversely affect the user.

3. Liability

Each party accepts their own transmission risk and is liable for any damages arising from incorrect transmission. meetyoo is not liable for damages arising from the misuse of the password or username (e-mail address) or by the entry of incorrect information. meetyoo will make every effort to ensure that the meetyoo Customer Portal is accessible constantly. However, meetyoo does not guarantee that the services offered via the meetyoo Customer Portal will be available at all times without interruption and without error. Furthermore, meetyoo does not accept liability for damages caused by errors in the user’s IT systems.

4. Applicable law, legal venue

4.1. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies.

4.2. In the case of contracts with traders, legal entities in public law or special funds under public law, the place of jurisdiction is Berlin-Charlottenburg (Germany).

5. Severability clause

Should any individual provisions of these terms and conditions be invalid, this shall not affect the remaining provisions or the contract itself.