If you register for, purchase, access or use one or more of our e-learning products, you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the following terms and conditions which govern IPSpecialst relationship with you in relation to our e-learning products. If you do not agree with any part of these terms and conditions, you must not register for, purchase or access any of our e-learning products.
The term ‘IPSpecialist’ or ‘IPS’ or ‘us’ or ‘we’ refers to the owner of this website whose registered office is in England
The client must acknowledge that such content, information, and materials may contain inaccuracies and errors and we expressly exclude liability for any such inaccuracies and errors to the fullest extent permitted by the laws of UK where IPS is registered
To the fullest extent permitted by the laws of UK, IPS disclaims all responsibility for
We operate under the Laws of England and Wales.
The validity, construction, and performance of this contract shall be governed by the Law of UK and any dispute that may arise out of, or in connection with, this contract including its validity, construction and performance shall be determined by arbitration under the Laws of England and Wales at the date hereof. The parties agree that service of any notices in reference to such arbitration at the addresses as given in the contract shall be valid and sufficient.
Terms of Access and Intellectual Property Rights
The registration, purchase, access, and use of IPS’s e-learning products are subject to the following terms of access and intellectual property rights:
When registering for one of our e-learning products, you must provide IPS with a valid, active e-mail account at the time of purchase. If this e-mail account becomes invalid or inactive at any time, you must change your profile immediately to include your new valid, active e-mail account.
The content, information, and materials featured in our e-learning products are for the client’s general information and use only. All content, information, and materials featured in our e-learning products, including but not limited to the text, graphics, design, logos, button icons, images, audio clips, video clips, digital downloads and data compilations, are the exclusive property of IPSpecialist.
Reproduction of the content, information or materials featured in our e-learning products is prohibited other than in accordance with the copyright notice, which forms part of these terms and conditions. The client may not copy, reproduce, recreate, modify, alter, distribute, publish, display, store, post, transmit, revise, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any of the content or the products available on this website, directly or indirectly, without the express written permission of IPS. In addition, the client must agree not to resell, license or sublicense for profit or otherwise provide a third party with access to the e-learning products or individual e-learning lessons which are available on the IPSpecialist website. The client may not attempt to derive the source code of any of the website’s products or services or otherwise use the products or services to develop any other similar product.
If any of these terms and conditions are breached or compromised by the client, IPS may, by their sole and absolute discretion, block the client’s access to the website’s e-learning services and its related content, information, and materials. Unauthorized use of any of the e-learning products featured on this website may give rise to a legal claim for damages and/or be a criminal offense and lead to prosecution
All of our prices are quoted and charged in US Dollars at the point of purchase. Payments made to IPS will be converted to US Dollar at the prevailing exchange rate when an online purchase is completed. All online purchase receipts will show the exact amount charged in US Dollars. The prices quoted for our e-learning packages are exclusive of any Tax. We reserve the right to change these prices without notice. We use PayPal Powered by Braintree for Woo Commerce service to process credit card, debit card, PayPal, and MasterCard transactions.
Conditions of Sale and Delivery
Individuals and organizations are required to purchase the IPS e-learning packages prior to accessing and using them. Payments can be made by entering either valid credit card or debit card details or MasterCard or PayPal account details at the time of purchase via the website’s shopping cart.
Upon purchasing an e-learning package, individual access to all of the appropriate content, information, and materials is granted to each user for a period of 365 days from the original date of purchase. At the end of the 365 day period, your access to the e-learning package will expire and no further access to the e-learning package will be available thereafter. Upon purchasing an e-learning package, the appropriate e-learning lessons may be accessed as many times as required during the 365 day period, provided that they are accessed solely for the personal use of the customer unless specifically stated otherwise within these terms and conditions or agreed otherwise by IPSpecialist.
IPSpecialist reserves the right to terminate your access to our e-learning platform without a refund and prohibit access to all of the e-learning content, information and materials if your username is found to have been accessed concurrently by more than one computer or accessed by more than three IP addresses on any given day.
Clients are prohibited from sharing access to an e-learning package with a third party who is not subject to these terms and conditions. The original purchaser is responsible for keeping their login details (i.e. username(s) and password(s)) secure. If a third party who is not subject to these terms and conditions is found to be using a client’s login details, the original purchaser’s access to IPS’s e-learning platform will be terminated and the original purchaser will not be entitled to a refund.
IPSpecialist reserves the right to modify any content, information or materials featured on the e-learning platform, including but not limited to the e-learning lessons, video clips, audio clips and additional resources, at any time and without prior notice.
Career Advisory or Mentoring Sessions
Individual or group, mentoring sessions may be offered as part of, or in conjunction with, an e-learning product, package or lesson. IPSpecialist reserves the right for these sessions to be provided either synchronously in real time or asynchronously via the IPS website or an external website. We reserve the right to provide synchronous real-time mentoring sessions using the telephone or electronic media devices. We also reserve the right to change the timing or medium of the mentoring sessions, although we will endeavor to give the client a minimum of 24 hours’ notice of any change.
Refunds, Returns, and Cancellations
To submit a request for a refund, the customer must contact IPSPecialist by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your Order Identification (ID) Number (which is provided in the billing email sent to you upon successful purchase of one of our e-learning products), Full Name, Email Address, Billing Address and Telephone Number in your refund request, along with a copy of your receipt of purchase. You will receive confirmation of your refund request via email if and when your refund request is approved by a representative of IPS.
Refund requests that are submitted by clients more than seven working days after the original purchase date will not be processed. No exceptions will be made to this policy.
After a refund is issued, the client is obliged to destroy all digital copies and physically printed copies of the content, information and materials associated with the e-learning product that he or she has requested a refund for. This includes but is not limited to all digital copies held as an email attachment or stored on a hard drive, computer device, online storage service, thumb drive, mobile telephone device or any other handheld device, or held as printed copies, etc.
Only first-time purchasing accounts are eligible for the Refund. For example, if you previously had an account with IPS and you signed up for a new account, you will not be eligible for the Refund on the second account. In addition, refunds are not offered for accounts that are suspended or terminated for violating this Agreement. A refund will be given to a client upon a request submitted within seven working days of the original purchase date. This seven working days period is considered to be a trial period. If you request a refund during this trial period, your access to the relevant e-learning product will be revoked with immediate effect.
Receipts, Billing, and Settlement
Receipt of purchase is provided online at the time of purchase with a copy sent via email from IPSpecialist to the address specified by the client at the time of purchase. It is important that the client prints saves and maintains a copy of these receipts because the information contained within the receipts will be required if there are any technical or other unforeseen issues in the future that affect your access to the e-learning platform or if you request a refund. Any information contained within the receipt(s) that are deemed by the client to be incorrect or incomplete must be raised by the client with IPS via email, within 48 hours of the time of purchase. We will endeavor to rectify the incorrect or incomplete information within 48 hours of receiving a reasonable request from the client.
IPSpecialist does not give any warranty or other assurance as to the operation, quality or functionality of the IPS e-learning platform, e-learning packages or individual e-learning lessons, or any of the content, information or materials that are offered within an e-learning product. Our staff and associates reserve the right to not discuss the content, information or materials that are offered within an e-learning product with the client or any organization.
Neither IPS nor any third parties provide any warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy, completeness, performance, suitability, timeliness or fitness for any particular purpose of the content, information or materials which are available, directly or indirectly, through the IPS e-learning platform. The client must acknowledge that such content, information, and materials may contain inaccuracies and errors and we expressly exclude liability for any such inaccuracies and errors to the fullest extent permitted by the laws of where IPS is registered.
The client’s use of any content, information or materials, provided directly or indirectly via the IPS e-learning platform, is entirely at your own risk, for which IPS shall not be liable. It is your own responsibility to ensure that any of the e-learning products, services and information made available through the e-learning platform meet your specific requirements at the time of purchase. To the fullest extent permitted by the laws of where IPS is registered, IPS disclaims all responsibility for any damages or losses (including, without limitation: financial loss; damages for loss in business projects; loss of profits; loss of revenue; or other consequential losses) that arise in contract, tort or otherwise from the use of the IPS e-learning platform or any content, information or materials referred to in the IPS e-learning packages or individual e-learning lessons, or from any action or decision that is taken as a result of using the content, information or materials featured on, or obtained directly or indirectly via, the IPS e-learning platform. All of our employees’, advisors’ and/or mentors’ comments, provided for any reason, whether written or verbally communicated, are also covered by this disclaimer.
IPSpeacilaist reserves the right to modify any of the content, information and materials featured on the IPS e-learning platform and in any e-learning package, product or individual lesson at any time, without prior notice or consent on the client’s behalf.
Legal & Arbitration
We operate under the Laws of the country where IPS is registered. Our Terms and Conditions do not affect our clients’ statutory rights under the country’s consumer laws:
The validity, construction, and performance of this contract shall be governed by the Law of where IPS is registered and any dispute that may arise out of, or in connection with, this contract including its validity, construction and performance shall be determined by arbitration under the Rules of the where IPS is registered at the date hereof. The parties agree that service of any notices in reference to such arbitration at the addresses as given in the contract shall be valid and sufficient.