Sharing or Distributing Copyrighted Content

When the user purchases access to the online course at throwinworld.com the user is issued with a password. The password is a personal code and may only be used by the user to whom it was issued.

If the code is shared with others or mass distributed, then personal access to the course may be closed without notice and without any possibility of refund.

Throw-in World reserves the right to prosecute the user in the event of misuse of the code, including the sharing of code.

Payment

In our e-shop you can pay with the following methods of payment: VISA, eDankort, Maestro, Master Card, Visa, Visa Electron, JCB, American Express and PayPal

There is no fee when purchasing from Throw-in world

Payment Terms: Cash.

Ordering

All prices on the website include Danish VAT.

Naturally, a larger payment can never be withdrawn from your account than you have approved with your purchase. The amount is first withdrawn from your card when Throw-in World issues the password(access code) to the email address that you provided when booking or when the Throw-in world sends material goods to your specified address.

Homepage

Throw-in World reserves the right to minor technical errors, typographical omissions and sold out goods.

Images and texts

Images from the "Press" may be used for articles, interviews, documentation and the like. All other material on www.throwinworld.com may not be used by third parties, as all intellectual property rights therein belong to Throw-in world.

Individual Information

When ordering Throw-in world's goods and services, including online courses, you must provide a name, address, telephone number and email address. Throw-in world does not make your email address or other information available to third parties. You may at any time ask to be removed from mailing lists or completely removed from the Throw-in world’s databases. Simply send Throw-in world an email or contact Throw-in world by telephone or mail. See contact information below under "Comments". You can always find out what information Throw-in world holds about you, and you can at all times request removal under the terms of the Data Protection Act.

Right of return

Purchase of goods or services through Throw-in world's web shop is covered by a statutory 14-day right of return.

Right of cancellation regarding the purchase of online services

Your access to online services, including online courses, takes effect immediately you receive the password from Throw-in world, and the right of cancellation will be calculated from that date.

However, you can only use your right of cancellation if you have not begun use of your online services, including online courses, as beginning use of the online service, including online courses, waives the right of return. An online service including an online course is considered to be in use when you first log in with username and the password which has been issued.

If you want to make use of your right of cancellation, you must, before you begin use of online services, including an online course, and before the 14-day deadline, notify Throw-in world at this email address: info@throwin.dk.

When you cancel a purchase of an online service that you have paid online, Throw-in world will, of course, reimburse the purchase price to you. This is done by a transfer to your bank account when you comply with the rules on cancellation and informed Throw-in of your wish to cancel your purchase. Please disclose, therefore, when giving notice of your exercise of the right of cancellation, the registration and account number to which you want the purchase price refunded. Please refer also to the order number and, optionally, attach a copy of the order confirmation.

Cancellation of the purchase of physical goods

The right to cancel the purchase of physical goods is counted from the date when you receive your item. This right can only be exercised if the item is returned in the same condition and quantity as when you received it. This means that the item must be unused, with all original tags attached, and the product must not be washed. The right of return lapses if you use the product in a way that obviously reduces the item’s sale value.

When cancellation is exercised, you must pay the postage to send the product back. The product must be returned to: Throw-in v / Thomas Grønnemark, Lokesvej 96, 7800 Skive, Denmark. You can also cancel by refusing to accept delivery.

When you cancel a purchase for which you paid online, Throw-in world will, of course, reimburse the purchase price for you. This is done by a transfer to your bank account after Throw-in world have received the product and verified that it meets the stipulations for cancellation and return. Please refer, therefore, in conjunction with the return of the item to the registration and account number to which you want the purchase price refunded. Please refer also to the order number and, optionally, attach a copy of the order confirmation.

Force majeure

Throw-in world is not liable to you for breach of contract for the purchase of goods or services if the cause of the failure is circumstances over which Throw-in world does not have full control, such as, but not limited to, strikes and lockouts, fire, weather, computer breakdowns or other IT-related circumstances, war, riot and civil commotion, acts of terrorism and natural disasters, etc.., since such matters are considered as force majeure. In such cases, Throw-in world is entitled to either postpone delivery until the obstacle is removed, or to, without liability, cancel the agreement, ensuring the user does not have to pay for the product or service.

Inquiries

Inquiries regarding Throw-in world's goods and services, including online courses or on Throw-in World's website www.throwinworld.com can also be made to:

Throw-in v / Thomas Grønnemark Lokesvej 96, 7800 Skive – Denmark - Email: info@throwin.dk -

Disputes

Any dispute arising out of the user's purchase of goods or services on Throw-in world's web shop or use of Throw-in world’s website, moreover, shall be governed by Danish law at Viborg Court, first instance.