Terms of Service

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Contract partners

On the basis of these General Terms and Conditions (GTC) between the customer and
LLC Tessera ADRESS: Krtsanisi II lane, N 15, bl. 3, apt 42 0114 Tbilisi Georgia 

, Hereinafter referred to as Supplier, the contract.

Object of the contract

This agreement regulates the sale of educational packages related to/with Financel-, Stock- and Forex-Markets  via the provider's online shop. For the details of the respective offer, please refer to the product description of the offer page.

Conclusion of contract

The contract is exclusively concluded in the electronic business via the shop system. The offered offers represent a non-committal invitation to the submission of an offer by the customer order, which can then be accepted by the supplier.

The order process for the contract includes the following steps in the shop system:

Registration in the web shop

Select the desired product

Insert the offer into the shopping cart

Pressing the button 'Ordering'

Enter the invoice and delivery address & Select the payment method

Verification and processing of the order and all entries

Pressing the 'Pay for payment' button

Confirmation mail that order has been received

The contract is concluded by sending the order confirmation.

Contract duration

The contract is concluded indefinitely.

Retention of title

The delivered goods remain the property of the supplier until payment is complete.


The provider reserves the right not to provide the promised service in case of non-availability.

Prices, shipping charges, return costs

All prices are final prices and include the legal VAT. In addition to the final prices, depending on the shipping method, additional costs are incurred, which are displayed before sending the order. If a right of withdrawal exists and is used by the customer, the customer bears the costs of the return.

Terms of payment

The customer has only the following options for payment: advance transfer. Further payment methods are not offered and are rejected.
After receipt of the invoice, which contains all the details for the transfer and is sent by e-mail, the invoice amount must be transferred to the account specified there beforehand.
The customer is obliged to pay or transfer the reported amount to the account specified on the invoice within 7 days after receipt of the invoice.

The payment is due without deduction as of the date of the invoice. After expiry of the payment period, which is determined by the calendar, the customer is also in default without a reminder.

The customer's right of retention, which is not based on the same contractual relationship, is excluded.

The set-off with claims of the customer is excluded, unless these are indisputably or legally established.

delivery terms

The goods will be sent immediately after confirmed payment.
The shipment takes place at the latest after 1 day. The contractor undertakes to deliver on the 7th day after confirmed receipt of payment.
The standard delivery time is 3 days, unless stated otherwise in the article description.
The supplier sends the order from own warehouse, as soon as the entire order is in stock.
If the supplier is not responsible for a permanent impediment to delivery, in particular force majeure or non-delivery by his own suppliers, even if a corresponding cover transaction was made in good time, the supplier has the right to withdraw from a contract with the customer. The customer is immediately informed about this and received services, in particular payments, are refunded.

Right of Revocation and Customer Service

The rules for remote sales contracts are not applicable to customers who are entrepreneurs. Therefore, these customers are not entitled to a right of withdrawal due to a distance contract. The provider also does not grant such an offer.

The right of revocation shall be extinguished in the case of digital goods (in the case of LLC Tessera serial numbers for training packs), when the execution of the contract has begun. The customer has agreed to this during the ordering process BEFORE confirming the order, to have read and accepted these general terms and conditions. By his consent, the customer has lost his right of revocation at the beginning of the execution of the contract.

Disclaimer of liability

Claims for damages on the part of the customer are excluded, unless otherwise stated for the following reasons. This also applies to the agent's agent and vicarious agent, should the customer charge against these claims for damages. Exceptions are claims for damages by the customer due to injury to life, body, health or essential contractual obligations, which must necessarily be fulfilled in order to achieve the contract goal. This also does not apply to claims for damages following gross negligence or willful breach of duty on the part of the supplier or his legal representative or vicarious agent

Prohibition of assignment and pledge

Claims or rights of the customer against the supplier may not be assigned or pledged without his consent, unless the customer has demonstrated a justified interest in the assignment or pledge.

Language, jurisdiction and applicable law

The contract is drawn up in English. Further implementation of the contract is in English. The law of the Federal Republic of Austria shall apply exclusively. For consumers, this applies only to the extent that this does not restrict the statutory provisions of the state in which the customer is domiciled or habitually resident. Jurisdiction is in the case of disputes with customers who are not a consumer, a legal person of public law or a public special fund, the seat of the provider.

Severance clause

The invalidity of any provision of these General Terms and Conditions shall not affect the effectiveness of the other provisions.

Implementation of the ODR Directive

Online dispute resolution pursuant to Article 14 (1) ODR-VO
The European Commission provides an online dispute resolution platform (OS), which can be found at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.