Right to Revocation
- In case you are a consumer, you have the right to revocation of this Agreement within fourteen days (14) without giving reasons. The revocation term shall be forteen (14) days starting at the date at which this Agreement has been concluded. A consumer is pursuant to § 13 of the German Civil Code any individual entering into a legal transaction that may not be mainly attributed to a commercial business or a self-employed business.
- To exercise your right of revocation you must inform us (Mooisnuut, Dr. med Maike Gwinner, Maximilianstrasse 6, 84359 Simbach am Inn, firstname.lastname@example.org) through explicit notice about your decision to revoke this Agreement. You may use the revocation form which we attached hereto but this is not required.
- To meet the deadline for revocation, it shall be sufficient that you send the notice on the revocation of this Agreement prior to expiry of the revocation deadline.
- If you revoke this Agreement, we must refund to you all payments that we have received from you immediatly, however, no later than by fourteen days after the date at which we have received your notice of revocation of this Agreement. For such refund, we shall use the same payment mode that you have used for payment of the original transaction unless we have expressly agreed otherwise with you. In no event will we charge fees for the refund from the consumer.
- The revocation right shall forfeit for any agreement regarding the delivery of digital contents not stored on any storage device if we have started with execution of this agreement after you (i) shall have expressly consented to the start of execution prior expiry of the revocation deadline and (ii) you have confirmed to be aware that through your approval will forego your right to revocation.
- Apart from the above-mentioned cases, your right of revocation terminates as soon as we have fully performed our services.
(7) In the case of live online coachings and workshops, the above-mentioned right to revocation does not apply in pursuance of § 312g subparagraph 2 no. 9 of the German Civil Code.