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Terms Of Service
As of 15 November 2010
“FAXONLINE” shall mean Faxonline GmbH (FN 284906 f [commercial court
“Handelsgericht” Vienna, Austria]) and subcontractors employed by FAXONLINE.
“Customers” shall mean the natural or juristic persons that either intent to, or already
have, contracted FAXONLINE.
“Provider contract” (“Contract”) shall mean the contract entered by FAXONLINE and
the Customer for the purpose of providing fax services in exchange for financial
“Order” shall mean the purchase order initiated by the customer with the intent to form
a business relation regarding a Provider contract with FAXONLINE.
“Service” shall mean the transmission service with the purpose of sending and receiving
faxes over the internet according to the specification of services or service information.
“Faxonline terms of service” shall refer to this document.
2. Scope of contract
Unless agreed upon otherwise, the Provider Contract is composed of:
The data that is provided by the customer during ordering [1.4] ,
clauses agreed upon by FAXONLINE and the customer,
the specification of services / service information,
the current (barring print errors or mistakes) prices of the services provided by
the Terms of Service [1.6]
The components of the contract complement each other. In cases of conflicts, the
regulations on the top of the list in [2.1] supersede those below.
3. Contract Formation
The Provider contract [1.3] comes about by a placed order of the customer and
subsequent acceptance of FAXONLINE. The customer may place his order by mail,
telephone or electronically. The customer is bound to his order three weeks after receipt
of the order by FAXONLINE.
Upon electronic order, or order by phone, the customer is informed that the Faxonline
terms of services apply. The customer may view the latest terms of service on
FAXONLINE’s web site at http://faxonline.co.uk/info/terms_o