Registration: The contract on participation is only concluded with the confirmation of registration in text form by Messer to the customer. Messer reserves the right to refuse or not confirm a registration without stating reasons.
Cancellation: Messer can cancel the seminar at short notice without giving reasons. In this case, any participation fees already paid will be refunded. The customer shall have no further claims, except in cases of willful or grossly negligent conduct.
The participant may cancel his participation up to 14 days before the day of the event.
Seminar documents / presentations: The seminars, documents, lectures and other contributions are subject to copyright. They may only be recorded, copied, processed or distributed with express written consent.
The seminars provide a general presentation and introduction into the respective topics - they cannot replace a technical and other examination into concrete applications.
Data protection: Further information on the processing of your personal data can be found in our data protection declaration.
Liability: Messer shall only be liable for ordinary negligence if material contractual obligations, the fulfilment of which is essential to the proper performance of the contract and on the observance of which the customer could rely ("cardinal obligation"), have been culpably breached. Liability shall be limited to the foreseeable damage typical of the contract. In the case of simple negligence, liability for indirect damages and financial losses is excluded. Messer shall not be liable for the accuracy or completeness of the content of the documents. However, the above limitations of liability shall not apply to willful or grossly negligent conduct and in the event of injury to life, health or physical integrity or in the event of mandatory liability under the Product Liability Act. These provisions shall also apply to employees and legal representatives of Messer.
Law and Jurisdiction: This agreement is subject to the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. Exclusive place of jurisdiction is Krefeld.
In addition, the following conditions of edudip GmbH shall apply:
§ 1 Fees
I. Participation fees
The fees for the participation in the webinars (participation fees) conform to the contractual agreements between trainer and participant. The payment of the participation fee is due upon a successful booking. If a participant selects direct debit, he or she is responsible for the generated costs in the case of a failed direct debit (currently 5,95 EUR per failed debit). In case of a chargeback when paying by credit card, the participant is responsible for a cancellation fee of currently 47,60 EUR per chargeback.
§ 2 Cancellation charges
If a trainer cancels his paid webinar, he or she has to pay a cancellation charge of 2,50 EUR net per registered participant. If a participant cancels his registration of a paid webinar, the participant has to pay a cancellation charge of 5,95 EUR.
§ 10 Payments
The edudip GmbH is responsible for the payments relating to the payment of the participation fee between participants and trainers with the following provisions. Since the edudip GmbH acts only as a clearing centre the creditworthyness of members is not checked by the edudip GmbH.
The participation fees are to be paid by the participants before the start of the webinar to the edudip GmbH. Once the payment is received by the edudip GmbH, it provides the participant with a link with which it is possible to participate in the booked webinar.
Via the system of the platform, bills of the bookings are sent automatically via email on behalf of the presenter to the participants. The teachers will automatically receive a copy of the respective invoice by email.
Participation fees are paid by the edudip GmbH to the trainer after the conduction of the webinar.
The edudip GmbH is technically able to determine whether a webinar was performed or not. If edudip determines through such a test that a webinar has not been held or if a teacher notifies edudip about a cancellation of a webinar that has already been booked, the claim of a teacher's withdrawal of the participation fee expires and in this case edudip reimburses the participants' registration fee in full return to the participants. This does not apply for a webinar that was deficient or not implemented in full length.