Please read our Terms carefully.
These are the general Terms governing your access, use and services of this website. If you do not agree with them, you should not continue browsing the website or contact us. If you continue to use the website and/or any of the services displayed on the website, you agree to be bound by these Terms. This website is a communication system of Doomers Digital Agency with its audience via the internet.
Doomers Digital Agency reserves the right to modify these Terms and Conditions from time to time and without prior notice. The Public must be informed voluntarily about any updates to this page.
Latest update: 15/01/2023
The following Terms are a legal agreement between Doomers Digital Agency and the Public for everything related to the use of this website (doomers.digital).
Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights
All Content (name, brand, images, text, etc.) of the Doomers Digital Agency's website is the subject of its intellectual property and is governed by national and international copyright laws, unless expressly stated otherwise. Therefore, it is expressly prohibited to reproduce, republish, copy, sell, transmit, distribute, publish, translate and modify the Content in any way, in part or in summary without the express prior written consent of Doomers Digital Agency.
As an exception, the individual storage and copying of parts of the content on a simple personal computer is allowed for strictly personal use, without the intention of commercial or other exploitation and always under the condition of mentioning the source of its origin, without this in any way implying the granting of copyright property.
Designs, trademarks, trade names and company logos of our clients that appear on the website are their property and may not be used in any way without prior written permission.
Network Liability Limitation
Doomers Digital Agency, without guaranteeing and therefore being responsible, makes every effort to ensure that the information and all its the content is governed by maximum accuracy, clarity, temporal proximity, completeness, correctness and availability. In no case (including negligence) is Doomers Digital Agency held liable for any damage that may be caused to the Public as a result of the use of this website. In addition, Doomers Digital Agency in no way guarantees the uninterrupted functionality of the website or the suitability of the services offered through it.
Therefore, Doomers Digital Agency is not responsible under any circumstances for any consequential damages or loss of profit, direct or indirect damage, decision-making, stock exchange or other investment transaction resulting from the use of its website.
The Public's Obligations
The Public must comply with the provisions of Greek, European and International Law, and refrain from any illegal and abusive behaviour when using this website.
Liability for Third-party Content
Doomers Digital Agency is not responsible for the content and services of other websites it refers to through links/hyperlinks, nor does it guarantee their availability. The reference to other websites is made for the convenience of the Public and in no case creates any form of commitment for Doomers Digital Agency. Problems that may arise during the visit/use of the websites to which this website redirects to fall exclusively to the sphere of responsibility of the respective websites, where the Public must also address their concerns to.
Security and Privacy Assurance
The following Terms and Conditions are a legal agreement between Doomers Digital Agency, hereinafter the "Provider", and the Client for the purposes of website design or development and other related services. These Terms and Conditions set forth the provisions under which the Client may use the services provided.
Acceptance of Work
Quotations are valid for 30 days from the date they are sent. When the Client submits an estimate request to the Provider, the request represents an offer to purchase services from the Provider. No contract for the provision of services exists between Client and Provider until the Provider sends an invoice to the Client for payment. The invoice is equivalent to the acceptance of the Client's offer to purchase services from the Provider and this acceptance of work is a valid contract between the Client and the Provider, regardless of whether the Client receives the invoice.
Any services not included in the invoice are not part of the contract. The Client agrees to check that the details of the invoice are correct and should print and keep a copy for their records. The Provider is liable to withdraw from the contract at any time prior to acceptance.
Additional work requested by the Client, which is not indicated in the agreed quotation is subject to additional charges by the Provider.
The Client agrees that the standard development platform (WordPress) is acceptable for website development and that any requests relating to hardware or software outside the standard development platform will be deemed additional work.
It is noted that the Client has the sole responsibility for adding content to a website. The Provider does not add content to a website (pages, products, etc.), unless an agreement is made between the Provider and the Client to include content, in which case the following rules apply:
- Content must be provided in a timely manner. If the content is not given within the first two (2) weeks of the agreement, then the Provider will fill the website with basic templates, requiring the Client to add the content themselves afterwards. The project will then be treated as completed and all project fees will be owed.
- After content has been added by the Provider, all additional changes will be chargeable.
- The Provider is not responsible for proofreading the content or checking for incorrect information, as this is the sole responsibility of the Client.
- The Provider will not check whether the provided content comes from other websites and bears no responsibility in case the content infringes copyright.
Any work is subject to a minimum charge of 20€.
Permission and Copyright
Copyright of the completed web designs, images, pages, code and source files created by the Provider for a project shall belong to the Client upon final payment only by prior written agreement. Without agreement, ownership of the designs and all codes shall remain with the Provider. These Terms grant a non-exclusive limited license so that the Client can use a design on one website one one domain only. The Client is not permitted to use a design for more than one website without prior written agreement between the Client and the Provider.
The Client hereby agrees:
- that the resale or distribution of the completed files is prohibited, unless a prior written agreement has been made between the Client and the Provider.
- that all media and content made available to the Provider for use in the project either belong to the Client, or are used with the full permission of the original creators.
- to hold harmless, protect and defend the Provider from any claim or suit that may arise as a result of the use of the media and content provided.
- that the Provider may include credits and links in the Client's website and/or any code that the Provider designs, creates or modifies.
- that the Provider reserves the right to include any work done for the Client in a portfolio.
- to comply with the terms of any third party software or media included in any work done for the Client.
The Provider reserves the right to refuse to handle any media that:
- is unlawful or inappropriate.
- contains a virus or malicious program.
- constitutes harassment, racism, violence and/or spamming.
- infringes privacy or copyright.
Domain Names and Hosting
The Provider may offer domain name registration and website hosting through a third party service. The Client is liable to pay the Provider for any domain name registrations and initial hosting setups (if included as part of building a website) and agrees to pay the domain name and hosting fees whenever requested by the third party.
The Client agrees to take full legal responsibility for the usage of the domain name and the website hosting and to fully comply with the terms and conditions set by the third party for those services.
During a website project, it is important that the Client shares information with the Provider to achieve the required result. The Client agrees to provide information or content requested by the Provider in a timely manner to enable the Provider to complete a task as part of the agreed project. All communications between the Provider and the Customer shall be by means dictated by the Provider.
If an error or problem occurs with the design or code during the development phase of the project, which does not allow the design or code to match the original specification, then the Client agrees that the Provider may implement the nearest available alternative. The Provider reserves the right to assign subcontractors in whole or as part of a project if needed.
Accessibility and Web Standards
The Provider shall make every effort to ensure sites can be viewed by the majority of visitors. Websites are designed to work smoothly in recent versions of major browsers. The Client agrees that more advanced applications on a website page may require a newer browser version or plug-ins, and that the Provider cannot guarantee correct functionality in all browsers across different operating systems.
Payments are made on a staged basis with each stage being paid in advance for any work. No further work will be carried out until each incremental payment has been made. The Provider reserves the right to refuse further work on a project if there are outstanding payments from the Client. The Provider also reserves the right to remove its work for the Client from the Internet if payments are not received.
The prices of the services are subject to change without notice. The prices included in the estimate requests do not include VAT.
Liability and Warranty Disclaimer
The Client agrees that the Provider is not responsible for any errors, performance issues, virus or malware attacks or WordPress malfunctions, as WordPress is an open source software and is maintained and developed by a community of thousands of users and developers.
It is necessary to update WordPress and all its plugins regularly. Updates are NOT the responsibility of the Provider, unless the Client chooses a monthly support service from the Provider. Therefore, the Provider cannot be held responsible for any problems that occur on the website, as long as the aforementioned support service has not been purchased.
The Provider may occasionally suggest to the Client that updates are needed to their website, including but not limited to compliance with new legislation and software compatibility with web standards. The Provider reserves the right to charge any updates as a separate work. The Client agrees that the Provider shall not be responsible for any failure to inform of or implement such updates on their website and that it shall not subject the Provider to demands, liabilities, costs, damages and claims arising from failure to inform of or implement such updates.
If the Client chooses not to host the website on the Provider's hosting solution, then the Provider reserves the right not to upload or install the website on the Client's hosting solution. If the Client allows the Provider access to its hosting solution for the purpose of uploading the website, correcting errors in the website or any other request, then the Provider shall not be held responsible for any errors or issues under any circumstances. The Client shall be solely responsible for ensuring the functionality and security of the website on their hosting solution.
In the event that the Provider replaces an existing website created by anyone else other than the Provider, then the Client is responsible for making appropriate backups before the new website can be uploaded. Once the new website is live the Provider can in no way be held responsible for the previous website.
The Provider tries to provide a service within specified delivery times to the best of its ability. However, the Client agrees that the Provider is not responsible for any failure to provide services due to force majeure, including but not limited to acts of God, telecommunication problems, government interference, large-scale emergencies or social disruption of extreme nature (such as industrial strike, riot, terrorism, war, pandemic) and any act or omission of any third party service.
The Provider is not responsible for any consequences or financial damages including but not limited to loss of business activities, profits, revenue, contracts or data related to the services provided.
The Client agrees that it is their responsibility to comply with laws affecting e-commerce and to protect and defend the Provider against any claim, suit, penalty, tax or invoice arising from the Client's e-commerce activities.
The Client agrees to use all of the Provider's services at their own risk and to protect the Provider from costs, damages and claims, as well as to cover legal fees against the Provider that may arise directly or indirectly from any products or services sold by the Client.
Zero-tolerance for Bad Behaviour Policy
Any kind of threatening behaviour by the Client against the Provider and/or their partners will not be tolerated. The Provider reserves the right to terminate any contract in the event of a breach of the zero-tolerance policy by the Client, and any outstanding payments must be paid in full.
The Provider reserves the right to permanently terminate a project for a Client at any time, without prior notice and without obligation to issue a refund, if the Client is found to be in breach of these Terms and Conditions.
By accepting a quote or paying an invoice for the use of the services provided by the Provider, the Customer acknowledges that they have read, understood and accepted the Terms and Conditions of this agreement and that they are legally bound to comply with them.