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Terms & Conditions

This is the Terms & Conditions Policy (Licence Agreement) for membership accounts on and its subdomain of, accessible from

By using this website and accessing its contents you agree to be bound by the following Terms and Conditions (Licence Agreement).

1                 YOU ARE PERMITTED TO:

1.1             Use the Software (Goods) to support your personal studies (student) or work as a school/college teacher or private tutor (self-employed or employed). Accounts that are for multiple users are referred to as corporate accounts and each user must have their own corporate email address and password – this information is to be managed by the corporate account holder via the management panel associated with that corporate membership account.

1.2             Access the Software with any computer or other internet enabled device which is under your personal control.

1.3             The software is for viewing purposes only and is published so as it only runs on this website and other servers belonging to SSER Ltd. (Owner)

2.                 YOU MAY NOT:

1.4             Permit others to use, copy or transfer the Software or share your login/membership details with anyone else in order for them to access the software or for any other reason.
1.5             Distribute, make available, rent, loan, lease, sub-licence or otherwise deal in the Software.
1.6             Alter, adapt, merge, modify, reverse-engineer, disassemble, decompile or translate the Software in any way for any purpose.
1.7             Remove, change or obscure any product identification or notices of proprietary rights and restrictions on or in the Software.
1.8             Take screenshots of the software – all images and text are copyrighted to SSER Ltd. or our licensors.

3                 TERM AND TERMINATION:
2.1             Your membership account will normally be for a fixed term, e.g., one month or one year, from the commencement of membership and will auto renew unless cancelled by you. Refunds are not given as we provide a free 7-day evaluation period for membership software before you decide to create a paid account.
2.2             Your membership and ability to use the Software will terminate automatically if you fail to comply with any term of this policy.
2.3             Upon termination of a membership any further use of the software in any form is unlawful.

4                 DISCLAIMER:
3.1             In no event will SSER Ltd. be liable for any direct, consequential, incidental, or special damage loss of any kind (including without limitation loss of profits, loss of contracts, business interruptions, loss of or corruption to data) however caused and whether arising under contract, tort, including negligence, or otherwise.
3.2             If any exclusion, disclaimer or other provision contained in this Licence Agreement is held invalid for any reason and SSER Ltd. becomes liable for loss or damage that could otherwise be limited, such liability, whether in contract, negligence or otherwise, will not exceed the amount actually paid by you for the Goods.
3.3             The Owner does not exclude or limit liability for damage caused by a defect in the Goods within the meaning of the Consumer Protection Act 1987 Part 1. However, SSER Ltd. only sell digital software and as such our products are covered by Section 13 (d) of ‘The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000’ which states that ‘a consumer does not have the right to cancel the contract if the goods are computer software and the goods have been unsealed (i.e., accessed) by the consumer’. Therefore, by breaking the copyright seal that protects the goods, or by using the Goods in any way (including accessing the software online or downloading software), the Buyer agrees to be bound by the terms of this Licence Agreement and to pay for the full term of the licenced software . Nothing in these terms or Licence Agreement will affect the statutory rights of a consumer in ‘consumer transactions’ governed by the laws of England, Wales and EU regulations. N.B. The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 define “consumer” as meaning any natural person who, in the contracts covered by these Regulations, is acting for purposes which are outside his trade, business or profession.
3.4             You acknowledge that the allocation of risk in this Licence Agreement reflects the price paid for the Goods and that it is not within the Owner’s control how and for what purposes the Goods are used by you.

5                 GENERAL:
4.1             This Licence Agreement is the entire agreement between you and the Owner and supersedes any other oral or written communications, agreements or representations with respect to the Goods.
4.2             Nothing in this Licence Agreement will affect the statutory rights of a consumer in ‘consumer transactions’ under any applicable statute.
4.3             If any part of this Licence Agreement is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be unenforceable the validity of the remainder of the Licence Agreement will not be affected.
4.4             This Licence Agreement is governed by the laws of England and Wales.