Last update: 26 March, 2023
In these subscription terms and conditions, the following terms have the following meanings:
These general subscription terms and conditions define the terms and conditions of use of the Service by the Subscriber.
The Subscriber can subscribe to a subscription to the Service by visiting the ONERIC website and following the subscription steps provided for this purpose.
The Subscriber chooses the subscription plan that best suits them and accepts these general subscription terms and conditions.
The billing of the subscription and its payment are managed by Stripe. The Subscriber must provide Stripe with the necessary information for the billing and payment of the subscription.
Payment is due in advance for each subscription period, unless otherwise agreed between the parties.
The Service Provider may terminate or suspend the User's account at any time without notice for any reason, including without limitation, a breach of these Agreement.
The subscription is entered into for a period of one year, renewable by tacit renewal for successive periods of one year, unless terminated by one of the parties by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt, at the latest two months before the end of each period.
The Subscriber undertakes to use the Service in accordance with its purpose and in compliance with these general subscription terms and conditions.
They are responsible for any use of the Service with their account and undertake to preserve the confidentiality of their identifier and password.
ONERIC's liability can only be engaged for proven direct damages attributable to a fault on its part. It cannot be held liable for any indirect or immaterial damages suffered by the Subscriber.
ONERIC reserves the right to modify these general subscription terms and conditions at any time. The modifications will be published on the ONERIC website and will be binding on the Subscriber from their publication.
These general subscription terms and conditions are governed by French law. Any dispute relating to their interpretation, execution or termination will be subject to the competent courts of Paris.