- The bank.invicta.pl website, located at www.bank.invicta.pl, is owned by INVICTA Spółka z o.o., based in Sopot, at ul. Polna 64, 81-740 Sopot, tel. +48 58 58 58 800, email firstname.lastname@example.org; Polish business identification number REGON: 192766523, Polish tax identification number NIP: 5851391084, KRS: 0000126605, hereinafter referred to as the Owner of the Website or INVICTA.
- The Terms and Conditions lay down the principles for and underpin the functioning of the bank.invicta.pl website, hereinafter referred to as the Website.
Functionalities of the Website
- INVICTA uses the Website to provide Users with information on the services it provides and to process Users’ inquiries and requests.
- The User may send an inquiry regarding the services proposed by INVICTA by filling in a contact form provided on the Website or by calling the telephone numbers indicated on the Website.
- Phone calls are monitored and recorded for security reasons, for reasons of storing evidence, for training purposes or in order to improve the quality of services provided to Users.
- The Website provides the User with information on the Reproductive Cell Donation Programme and enables the User to go to the Medipoint.pl Portal to fill in the Egg and Sperm Donation Form and send it to INVICTA. Providing the data indicated in the Form will enable INVICTA to pre-qualify the User for the Reproductive Cell Donation Programme.
- The Website allows the User to browse the database of egg and sperm donors in the INVICTA Bank and make a reservation of the selected material.
- Through the Medipoint.pl Patient Portal, the users can create an account on the Website and save their data.
- Having registered and logged in (Users are redirected to the Medipoint.pl Portal in order to create an account and log in to the Website), Users can:
- search for the material (eggs or sperm) from anonymous donors by applying appropriate filters,
- view profiles of anonymous egg and sperm donors;
- save their own personal data and phenotypic and partner data, which is necessary for making a reservation;
- determine the compatibility of their phenotype and the phenotype of their partner with the phenotype of the donors;
- add profiles of the donors to their favourites;
- make reservations for egg cells or sperm that may be used in the Patient’s treatment at INVICTA Clinics. The User can reserve and then make a reservation fee of up to 2 donor egg cell packages (a package comprises 6 egg cells) and 5 straws of donor sperm. The final reservation of the material will be made upon the payment of the Reservation Fee, which constitutes the reimbursement for the acquisition of egg cells or sperm from the donor.
Fees and payment methods for reserving the material
- The Reservation Fee indicated on the Website is given in Polish zlotys (PLN) and is a gross amount.
- The User can reserve the material and make a Reservation Fee payment immediately, or reserve the material for free for 48 hours. During this time, the Reservation Fee must be paid, otherwise the reservation will be automatically cancelled.
- The User may pay the Reservation Fee by bank transfer or by debit/credit card through an electronic payment.
- Transaction payments are made via Dotpay.pl. Entity providing the online payment services (Paynow) for card payments is Blue Media S.A.
- Until the Reservation Fee is received by INVICTA, the material reserved by the User on the Website may be reserved by another person or taken from the INVICTA Bank for the treatment of other patients.
- The User has the option to cancel the reservation within 14 days from making the payment. Please send information about withdrawal to the email address email@example.com.
Access to the Website
- The use of the Website is free of charge.
- No registration is required in order to use the basic functionalities of the Website.
- In order to use the complete functionalities of the Website, the User must register and create an account, which is done through Medipoint.pl through the completion of a registration form.
- The Owner of the Website makes reasonable efforts to provide Users with continuous access to the Website and Services but does not guarantee that the use of the Website will be free of errors or interruptions.
- The Owner reserves the right to suspend or restrict access to the Website at any time without prior notice to Users, as well as the right to alter, remove and add information and contents of the Website without prior notice to Users.
Rights and obligations of the Website User
- Users are required to enter data that is consistent with the facts. The provided data affects further actions of INVICTA, including medical decisions (further qualification for the donation programme or selection of donor phenotype); therefore, misreporting data may result in incorrect findings.
- The complete and exclusive responsibility for the veracity and correctness of the data entered into the Website lies with the User.
- The User is entitled to use the Website in a manner consistent with applicable law, respecting intellectual property rights.
- Users are forbidden to provide illegal content or use the Website or the functionality of the Website in a manner contrary to the law, good morals, violating the personal rights of third parties or the interests of INVICTA.
- Users are fully responsible for the contents they enter as well as the damage caused by their behaviour which is not in line with the above stipulations.
Responsibility of the Owner of the Website
- NVICTA makes reasonable effort to ensure that the data presented on the Website are complete, up-to-date and consistent with the facts. However, the Website cannot guarantee that the presented data is free from errors, and therefore it shall not be liable for the consequences of using the presented data in financial decisions made by the User.
- The data published on the Website is for information purposes only and does not constitute an offer within the meaning of the Civil Code.
- The Owner of the Website is not liable for any damage suffered by Users due to an interruption in the access to the Website caused by: force majeure, erroneous operations or failures, including Internet network failures, malfunctions of hardware or software owned by the User.
- The Owner of the Website attaches great importance to guaranteeing the safety of using the Website but does not guarantee that the Website will be free of viruses or other elements that may cause damage to the User.
- All rights (including, but not limited to, proprietary copyrights, intellectual property rights to the Website’s name, domain name, Website’s page, logos, documents, texts, graphics, layout of the Website, photos) are the property of Invicta and may only be used in compliance with the Terms and Conditions.
- Copying, using and distributing the Website or its parts and data from the Website is prohibited.
- Complaints regarding the functionality of the Website can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 58 58 58 800 or in person at the INVICTA Clinic..
- The filed complaint should include a designation of the person who filed the complaint (name, surname, email address) as well as a description of the event that gave rise to the complaint.
- Information on the outcome of the complaint procedure will be communicated to the User, via email, within 30 days of the date the Owner of the Website received the complaint.
- In matters not regulated by the Terms and Conditions, the provisions of the Civil Code and other relevant acts shall apply.
- Any disputes that may arise from these Terms and Conditions shall be resolved by a court of general jurisdiction over INVICTA’s registered office, and Polish law shall be applicable to the resolution of potential disputes.
- The Owner of the Website reserves the right to introduce changes and modifications to the Terms and Conditions of the Website at any time, with no obligation to inform the Users. Using the Website is considered as an acceptance of the introduced changes.
- Any changes introduced to the Terms and Conditions will be made available on the Website and will take effect on the date of their publication on the Website’s pages.