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Mr-mathematics.com  – Terms and conditions

We hope you enjoy using ‘Mr-mathematics.com’ but please read the following to ensure that you are aware of how the service operates.

Section A : Definitions

In these terms and conditions the following words have the meanings

‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’ refer to ‘Mr-mathematics.com ‘

‘you’, ‘your’ refer to the person or institution subscribing to and using the materials

‘fee’, refers to the fee payable by  you  to  use or  access  to  the  materials.

‘website’   refers to ‘mr-mathematics.com’

‘materials’ are the materials to which you buy access through the website although some materials are available free of charge.

Section B : The Website

By buying access to the materials, you are accepting these terms and conditions as a signed agreement. (If you do not agree with these terms and conditions, do not use the material and the website)

We reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time but notice will be given of any changes applicable to you. We reserve the right to alter the presentation, content and access arrangements of the website and materials

Section C: Using the Materials

All the material displayed on the website belongs to Mr-mathematics.com

You may retrieve and display the content on a computer screen or projection, print pages on paper and save pages in electronic form on disk (but not on any server or storage device linked to an external network)

You may not (without prior written permission from Mr-mathematics.com )

  • Redistribute any of the content or supply it to other people outside of your institution
  • Create a database or ‘collection’ in electronic or manual form, by systematically downloading (or editing) any or all of the content
  • Reproduce or in any way commercially exploit any of the content.

All reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the content of the materials, though it is possible that errors may occur. Any errors brought to our attention will be corrected and the materials appropriately updated.

All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the security of the content of  the materials but  we offer no additional warranties (outside those already provided by  law)  and cannot  guarantee that a virus, or anything else with destructive properties,  will not result from the use of the website or materials.  Any material obtained by you from us, by using materials, is done so at your own risk on the understanding that you are solely responsible for any damage to your computer system that may result.

Section D: Payment and Personal Information

There is an annual fee to pay to gain access to the majority of ‘Mr-mathematics.com’ materials although some of the materials ‘samples’ are free to use. eBooks are not included within the ‘Mr-mathematics.com’ annual fee but may be purchased by a one off fee to buy the materials.

The price quoted on the ‘Subscribe’ page is in Great British Pounds (GBP).

Access to the materials will be arranged once a purchase order or full payment has been received.

The fee is payable by PayPal or Stripe payment gateways Mr-mathematics.com . We will request certain information from you to process your order, this will be treated as confidential and will be used for the sole purpose of providing our service to you. Details will not be disclosed to a third party unless we are required to do so by law.

Section E : Cancellation and  Termination

By downloading any “Product” from “Mr-mathematics.com” the “Customer” is waiving their rights to the 14 day cooling-off period. If a UK based “Customer” wishes to retain their 14 day cooling-off period they must follow the link presented in the order process entitled ‘I wish to accept my 14 days cooling off period.’ Accepting the 14 day cooling off period for Product means the “Customer” will not be able to download their “Product” until the cooling off period has expired.

We reserve the right to end this agreement at any time if you are in breach of the terms and conditions set out here.

Notice can be given in writing to end the agreement with us at any time but unless we are in breach of our obligations to you, you will not be entitled to any refund of the Fee paid by you.

Section F : law

These terms and conditions are subject to English Law.

 

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