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Regulations

The Omnibus24.net website operator respects the privacy of all users visiting the company's website and makes every effort to protect their personal data. Our Privacy Policy was created to explain how we protect investors' personal and financial data. We use personal data of investors only in the manner described in this Privacy Policy and do not lend or sell them to third parties.
To open an account on our website, please complete the application containing personal data. We strive to keep investors' data safe. Our principle is not to disclose investor data without their consent to third parties, unless required by law. Providing us with inaccurate or incomplete data may result in the loss of service quality or lack of access to our website.

§ 1 Definitions

Administrator - the administrator of personal data within the meaning of the Act of 29 August 1997 on the Protection of Personal Data (Dz.U.2016.922 t.j.), is OTCS Spółka Akcyjna with its registered office in Warsaw (00-105) at ul. Twarda 18, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw in Warsaw, XII Commercial Division of the National Court Register under KRS number: 0000671691, REGON: 367000783, Tax ID: 367000783, share capital PLN 100,000.
Personal data - personal data of users are stored in order to use the website.
Operator - OTCS Spółka Akcyjna with its registered office in Warsaw (00-105) at ul. Twarda 18, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, XII Commercial Department of the National Court Register under KRS number: 0000671691, REGON: 367000783, Tax ID: 367000783, share capital PLN 100,000 fully paid-up.
Website - website located at the following address: https: \\ ocex.biz with subpages (also called "Website")
Services - services related to or related to the purchase and sale of virtual currencies, by intermediating in associating Users with offers available on the market of the Transaction Service including Virtual Currencies and other services enabling operation and use of the Website.
User - verified entity using the Website.

§ 2 Rules for collecting User Personal Data

The use of the Website and the Services requires Users to disclose their Personal Data.
The Operator collects information provided voluntarily by the User and information about the connection parameters (time stamp, IP address). The operator can also record data during telephone contact, via e-mail or traditional mail.
Personal data collected from Users is not disclosed to third parties, unless (i) the User has given his consent; (ii) it is required by law; and (iii) it is necessary to provide the Services, in particular to provide technical support, payment processing or other services.

§ 3 Scope of Personal Data and processing of Personal Data

As part of the Services, the Operator may require the User to provide the following Personal Data: name, surname, address, series and ID number, PESEL number, completed AML form

§ 4 User's Rights

The User has the right to inspect their Personal Data for the purposes of their modification and / or update.
The user has the right to request changes, updates, rectification of his personal data, temporary or permanent suspension of processing or deletion of such data if they are incomplete, out-of-date, untrue or have been collected in violation of the law or are no longer required to achieve the purpose for which they were collected.
In the event of a change in any Personal Data, the User is obliged to take steps to update the Personal Data on his account.
The User has the right to delete his Personal Data at any time.
The Administrator may refuse to delete the User's Personal Data in the event of his violation of the Regulations for the Provision of Services or any law, and the retention of Personal Data is necessary to investigate such circumstances and determine the User's liability.

§ 5 Reservations

The Operator reserves the right to disclose personal data of investors, if required by law and if it is recognized that disclosure is necessary to protect the rights of the Website and / or to submit to a court order, court order or parties' claims in a lawsuit. The operator is not responsible for the misuse or loss of personal data as a result of the use of cookies on sites to which he does not have access and which he does not control. Nor does he bear any responsibility for the unauthorized or unauthorized use of personal data due to abuse or disclosure of passwords as a result of negligence or theft.


§ 6 Other User's obligations
1. It is unacceptable to use the Website in a manner that enables or intends to unauthorized access to the Service Provider's IT system, introduce malicious software to it or prevent proper operation of the Website.
2. The User is obliged to use the Website, including the content provided in it, only for personal personal use, in accordance with the purpose of the Website, legal provisions, provisions of the Regulations and good customs and generally accepted principles of using the Internet, respecting the rights of third parties.
3. The User is obliged to use the Website in good faith. If errors are detected in the website software, the User is obliged to notify the Service Provider immediately of any errors found, and to refrain from using the found error to the detriment of the Service Provider or other Users.
4. The User undertakes to provide all information and materials that may be required by the Service Provider in connection with the Transaction. The Service Provider has the right to refuse or suspend the transaction or block the User Account if the User does not provide in due time information and materials required by the Service Provider.

§ 7 Payment of Services
1. Provision of Services takes place against payment.
2. The fee for the Services provided is charged automatically from the Virtual Currencies recorded in the Account in the execution of the given Transaction.
3. The detailed collection rules and the amount of fees are indicated in the Table of Fees and Commissions.
4. Changing the Table of Fees and Commissions does not constitute a change to the Regulations.

§ 8 Specific procedures in the area of ​​Transaction security
1. If the Service Provider takes a justified suspicion of committing a crime before accepting the Transaction for execution, in particular suspicion that the Transaction may be related to the crime or whose circumstances indicate that it may be related to money laundering or terrorist financing, the Service Provider has the right to: (i) perform additional verification of the User making the Transaction; or (ii) refuse to bring a Transaction;
2. Additional verification of the User by the Service Provider may include, in particular, the User's obligation to send a personal identity card, driving license or passport, and if this is not sufficient, another document containing User's data to supplement or verify the User's identity data .
3. The User's data provided during the account creation and verification process must be identical to the data of the bank account owner from whom the User replenishes the account.
4. If, after verification of the User, doubts about the criminal nature of the Transaction will not be removed, in particular the identity of the User will not be determined, or there will be doubt as to whether the declaration of will made by the User regarding the Transaction is not flawed, the Service Provider will refuse to carry out the Transaction transactions.
5. Positive verification of the User and removal of doubts about the criminal nature of the Transaction constitutes the basis for the execution of the Transaction by the User subject to the verification process.
6. Subsequent performance of the Transaction after the previous verification procedure takes place with the adoption of the exchange rate between the relevant Virtual Currencies, which was in force at the time of submitting the Transaction, and none of the parties to any claims related to the Transaction, in particular regarding lost benefits.
7. In the event that the Service Provider reasonably suspects that the offense was committed during the Transaction or after the Transaction, in particular suspicion that the Transaction may be related to the crime or whose circumstances indicate that it may be related to money laundering or terrorist financing, the Service Provider has law: (i) carry out additional verification of the User making the Transaction; or (ii) suspend the execution of the Transaction - this is understood as a temporary restriction on the disposal and use of a part of the property values ​​recorded on the Account, consisting in preventing the Users from carrying out the Transaction; or (iii) block a User Account - this is meant to temporarily prevent the use and use of all property values ​​recorded in a User's account; until the doubts are removed by verification of the User or the final resolution of these doubts by the prosecuting and judicial authorities appointed for this purpose.

8. Suspension of the Transaction or blocking of the Account takes place upon request or as a result of any decision of any body of the Republic of Poland (European Union or any other institution established on the basis of an international agreement to which the Republic of Poland is a party) from which such obligation arises. The suspension of the Transaction or the blocking of the User Account may also take place upon a justified request of a bank or other financial institution.
9. In the case of executing a Transaction after the suspension of the Transaction or blocking the User Account, the exchange rate between relevant Virtual Currencies applies, which was in force at the time of submitting the Transaction, and none of the parties of the Transaction is entitled to any claims related to the Transaction, in particular in the area of ​​lost profits.
10. The Service Provider shall promptly inform the parties to the Transaction on the refusal to execute the Transaction, suspend the execution of the Transaction or block the Account.

§ 9 Liability of the Service Provider
1. The Service Provider shall not be liable for any delays, errors or interruptions in the provision of Services resulting directly or indirectly from events caused by force majeure, such as flood, fire, hurricane, earthquake, or events similar to force majeure, and which the Service Provider does not he could have resisted or prevented, such as a war or a state of emergency.
2. The Service Provider shall not be liable for - resulting from circumstances which the Service Provider could not prevent - delays, errors or interruptions in the provision of Services resulting from disruptions of the Internet connection used by the User, faults of the equipment not provided by the Service Provider, interference of telecommunications connections, software errors, or which are the result of unauthorized interference by Users or third parties, or result from any other disruptions in the operation of devices or power outages
3. The Service Provider shall not bear any responsibility for the User's failure to achieve a profit or for the User's loss related to or resulting from the purchase or sale of Virtual Currency via the Website.
4. The Service Provider is not responsible for the prohibited acts committed by the Users. If the User commits a prohibited act using the Virtual Currency acquired or sold via the Website, the Service Provider shall be obliged to disclose the User's data and transaction data on a justified and final request of law enforcement authorities and common courts.
5. The User acknowledges and accepts potential risks related to the activities of other Users using false data or false identity. Due to the fact that verification of Users via the Internet is limited, the Service Provider can not and does not confirm all data provided to him by each User.
6. The Service Provider has the right to suspend the operation of the Website in the event of the need to update the software or the occurrence of circumstances preventing the proper operation of the Website. In this situation, information about the suspension of the Website and the planned date of its resumption will be posted on the Website with advance notice. The Service Provider will make every effort to ensure that the interruption of the Service in such a situation is as short as possible.

§10 Technical requirements
1. Using the Website does not require installation of additional software.
2. To use the Website it is required to have:
a) an efficient device enabling access to the Internet,
b) browser supporting [HTML5 and CSS3 (Internet Explorer 10 (or newer version), Mozilla Firefox 21.0 (or newer version) or Google Chrome 34 (or newer version)],
c) JavaScript and Adobe Flash Player (for some content).
3. To use the Website, it is recommended to enable cookies in your web browser. Detailed information about cookies is included in the cookie policy.
4. When using the Website it is recommended to have updated anti-virus software and "firewall" software.


§11 Agreement; withdrawal and termination of the Agreement; deletion of the account
1. The contract for the provision of electronic services is concluded by the User with the Service Provider upon full registration of the User and the creation of an Account. Pursuant to the Agreement, the User gains access to the User Account under which he may use the Services.
2. An agreement for the provision of electronic services is concluded for an indefinite period, with no minimum period for which it is concluded.
3. The User who is a consumer has the right to withdraw from the contract without giving a reason within 14 days from the date of its conclusion, by submitting a written statement of withdrawal to the address of the Service Owner's headquarters indicated in § 1 sec. 2 of the Regulations. To comply with this deadline, it is sufficient to send a statement before the deadline referred to in the preceding sentence. If you use the Services before the expiration of the above deadline, you will not be entitled to withdraw from the Agreement.
4. The Service Provider may terminate the Agreement with the User by sending to the User's e-mail address provided in the registration form the termination of the Agreement with a 14-day notice period, however, the Agreement shall be terminated not earlier than upon completion of all Transactions ordered by the User by delivery of a declaration of termination of the Agreement.
5. If the User violates the provisions of these Regulations, Privacy Policy or legal provisions, the Service Provider is entitled to terminate the Agreement with immediate effect.
6. During the term of the Agreement, the User is entitled to terminate the Agreement by sending a statement terminating the Agreement with a 14-day notice period sent to the address of the Website Owner's headquarters indicated in § 1 sec. 2 of the Regulations.
7. During the notice period, the User has no right to submit instructions to execute the Transaction.
8. In the event of termination of the Agreement as a result of termination by either party, the Service Provider deletes the Account and is obliged to pay the User free (not covered by any Transaction) Virtual Currencies recorded on the Account no later than 14 days from the date of termination of the Agreement.

§ 12 Personal data and Privacy Policy
Detailed regulations in the scope of privacy protection and User's personal data processing rules are set out in the Service Privacy Policy.

§ 13 Procedure for complaint proceedings
1. Due to improper operation of the Website, the User has the right to submit a complaint. The User may submit a complaint in one of the following ways:
a) By e-mail to the address: complaints@omnibus24.net
b) in writing to the address indicated in § 1 para. 2
2. The complaint should contain: name, surname and address for correspondence or e-mail address of the User, a detailed presentation of the objections raised along with their justification and an indication of expectations regarding the manner of considering the complaint.
3. Complaints shall be considered promptly, however not later than within 30 days from the date of receipt of the complaint by the Service Provider. However, in particularly complicated cases, making it impossible to consider the complaint and reply within 30 days, the Service Provider will inform the User about: (i) the reason for the delay, (ii) circumstances that must be determined for the consideration of the case, (iii) the anticipated date of consideration of the complaint and answer, which may not exceed 60 days from the date of receipt of the complaint. To meet the deadline, it is enough for the Service Provider to reply to the complaint before its expiry.
4. The Service Provider will notify the User of the result of the complaint procedure in the form in which the complaint was reported.

§ 14 Final provisions
1. These Regulations may change. Each change of the Regulations will come into force seven days from the time of making the amended regulations available on the Website, with the proviso that for the Transactions commenced prior to the entry into force of the amendments, the provisions of the Regulations in their current wording shall apply. The user on the first (from the day of entry into force of amendments to the Regulations) logging in to the Website will be informed about such changes and the possibility of their acceptance. Lack of acceptance of the new wording of the Regulations is equivalent to the termination of the Agreement for the provision of services via the Website with immediate effect.
2. The provision of the Service is subject to Polish law.
3. Settlement of any disputes between the Service Provider and the User who is a consumer within the meaning of art. 221 of the Civil Code, it is subjected to common courts of law according to the properties resulting from the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure.
4. Settlement of any disputes between the Service Provider and the User who is not a consumer within the meaning of art. 221 of the Civil Code, it is submitted to common courts competent for the seat of the Service Provider.


Information about risk


Cryptocurrencies, virtual currencies, digital currencies are not "electronic money" within the meaning of the law.

It is a digital representation of the contractual value of its users, which is not issued and guaranteed by any central bank in the world (eg the Polish zloty is issued by the National Bank of Poland). Virtual currency is used as an imitation of money if the two sides of the transaction agree with each other.

However, it is not a currency (such as the zloty). The correct term is virtual currency, pseudo-currency, nibywaluta, cryptocurrency, and in most cases, it is not known who is behind a given virtual currency because it works according to a computer program, an algorithm.

According to the definition proposed by the European Banking Authority, virtual "currencies" are a digital representation of value, not issued by a central bank or a public authority, not necessarily related to the currency of a specific country, but recognized by natural and legal persons as means of payment. stored or subject to electronic commerce.


Before you invest

Having virtual currencies involves many types of risks that users should be aware of before they decide to invest their savings.

The risk associated with the possibility of losing money due to theft. Virtual currencies may be subject to theft, eg as a result of a cyber attack on an entity exchanging virtual currencies or user's infrastructure. For example, in October 2016, one of the largest virtual currency exchange sites in Poland closed its operations in unexplained circumstances. Claims can be made and users can be recovered in this situation.

Risk associated with the lack of a guarantee. Funds maintained in "virtual" currencies are not guaranteed by the Bank Guarantee Fund, as they are not bank deposits.

The risk related to the lack of universal acceptability. Virtual currencies are not universally accepted at retail and service outlets, nor are they legal tender or currency, which means that economic operators are not required to accept payments in virtual currencies, even if they have previously accepted them.

The risk associated with the possibility of fraud. Some forms of investing in virtual currencies may have the character of a financial pyramid, which - in addition due to the specific risks described above - may quickly lead to the loss of investor's funds. protection will be criminal proceedings, because no Polish institutions protecting investor or consumers (Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, Polish Financial Supervision Authority) have no legal possibilities to help. A significant difficulty in pursuing claims is that entities that turn virtual currencies operate in different countries, with varying degrees of user protection.

The risk associated with high price volatility. So far, the prices of "virtual" currencies have been characterized by high volatility. Single transactions with "virtual currencies" can have a significant impact on the price formation.


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