Terms of Use


General Terms and Conditions:

DirectGiver is an open platform accessible to registered users designed for bartering goods and services.

All services offered by the platform DirectGiver are free of charge.

Users can only place offers on DirectGiver for barter transactions without additional payments or offer goods and services for free.

Offers incurring additional payments or charges for the goods and services offered are inadmissible on DirectGiver.
Disclaimer:

DirectGiver neither assumes liability for the goods offered nor for the correctness of the specifications, properties or other conditions of the goods. All liability claims with regard to material or immaterial damages caused by the use or disuse of the internet platform DirectGiver are generally excluded, the only exception being provable willful or gross negligence on the part of the platform DirectGiver.

All offers are without engagement. DirectGiver reserves the right to delete offers completely or in part without special announcement or to temporarily or definitely suspend their publication.

DirectGiverdoes not assume liability for linked-to pages, hyperlinks etc. Furthermore liability for infringements such as infringement of competition or copyright laws on the part of DirectGiver users are equally excluded.

Upon notification of infringements of competition or copyright laws DirectGiver shall, however, go into the respective merits at their earliest convenience and might decide to block those offers.
Inadmissible Offers:

Upon registration users commit themselves to refrain from publishing offers violating the laws for the protection of the youth or of other immoral content on DirectGiver. In this case DirectGiver reserves the right to delete the offer and to either temporarily or permanently block the user.

Obligation of Secrecy:

The personal or business data registered on DirectGiver (address, name, email-address) shall only be passed on within the scope of a successful barter transaction.Users expressly consent to this fact.

Severability Clause:

Should one or more of the clauses of these general terms and conditions be or become null and void, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining clauses. The invalid clause shall be replaced in such a way that the originally intended purpose shall be achieved to the greatest extent possible.