Terms

ViProekt.com Terms & Conditions


  This document and the other documents that we reference below make up our terms and conditions (or “Terms” for short).

The Terms are a legally binding contract between you and ViProekt.com
Our terms include a specific clause for disputes with ViProekt.com, specifically we include an arbitration clause and class action waiver. By agreeing to the Terms, you agree to resolve all disputes through binding individual arbitration, which means that you waive any right to have those disputes decided by a judge or jury, and that you waive your right to participate in class actions, class arbitrations, or representative actions.

This contract sets out your rights and responsibilities when you use ViProekt.com, our mobile apps, and the other services provided by ViProekt.com (we’ll refer to ViProekt.com, our mobile apps and other services, hereinafter "Services") so please read it carefully. By using any of our Services (even just browsing one of our websites), you’re agreeing to the Terms. If you don’t agree with the Terms, you may not use our Services.


                                                                  About ViProekt.com


ViProekt.com is a marketplace that allows users to offer, sell and buy just about anything in a variety of pricing formats and locations. The actual contract for sale is directly between the seller and buyer. Hip eCommerce is not a traditional auctioneer.

While we may provide pricing, shipping, listing, and other guidance in our Services, such guidance is solely informational and you may decide to follow it or not. Also, while we may help facilitate the resolution of disputes through various programs, ViProekt.com has no control over and does not guarantee the existence, quality, safety or legality of items advertised; the truth or accuracy of users' content or listings; the ability of sellers to sell items; the ability of buyers to pay for items; or that a buyer or seller will actually complete a transaction or return an item.

Policy Enforcement

When a buyer or seller issue arises, we may consider the user's performance history and the specific circumstances in applying our policies. We may choose to be more lenient with policy enforcement in an effort to do the right thing for both buyers and sellers. Our failure to act with respect to a breach by you or others does not waive our right to act with respect to subsequent or similar breaches. We do not guarantee we will take action against all breaches of this User Agreement.

                                                                    Your Account with ViProekt.com

You’ll need to create an account with ViProekt.com to use some of our Services. Here are a few rules about accounts with ViProekt.com:

Defining our relationship. These Terms don't create any agency, partnership, joint venture, employment, or franchisee relationship between you and ViProekt.com.

Usernames are generally claimed on a first-come, first-served basis. This means that you may see a username on our site that includes your trademark. While there may be cases where this type of use can be reported for trademark infringement based on the context of its use, please note that not every use of your trademark in a username is necessarily a trademark infringement. The same word used in a different context may not violate your trademark.

If you believe that a username infringes your trademark rights, you may want to contact the responsible person and try to resolve your issue with them directly. If you’re sure you want to report a username, on our site, that you believe infringes your trademark, you can do so by contacting us. However, please first ensure that your claim would meet the following guidelines:

Please note that registering a business name is not the same as registering a trademark. For example, within the United States, registering your name with the state has no impact on what happens in the other 49 states. If you incorporated your business in New York, another business can use your same name in New Jersey or Connecticut. And, it can even incorporate or form an LLC in other states with with the same name.
Therefore, we can only review reports of trademark infringement in which the individual reporting the claim, and/or their legal representative, owns a registered trademark with the United States Patents and Trademark Office (USPTO) (for claims made within the United States), and/or appropriate equivalent agencies outside of the United States (for claims made outside the United States).

When filing a report with us, the registration number of the trademark must be provided.                                                                                                                                                                                             Trademarks

Usernames are generally claimed on a first-come, first-served basis. This means that you may see a username on our site that includes your trademark. While there may be cases where this type of use can be reported for trademark infringement based on the context of its use, please note that not every use of your trademark in a username is necessarily a trademark infringement. The same word used in a different context may not violate your trademark.

If you believe that a username infringes your trademark rights, you may want to contact the responsible person and try to resolve your issue with them directly. If you’re sure you want to report a username, on our site, that you believe infringes your trademark, you can do so by contacting us. However, please first ensure that your claim would meet the following guidelines:

Please note that registering a business name is not the same as registering a trademark. For example, within the United States, registering your name with the state has no impact on what happens in the other 49 states. If you incorporated your business in New York, another business can use your same name in New Jersey or Connecticut. And, it can even incorporate or form an LLC in other states with with the same name.
Therefore, we can only review reports of trademark infringement in which the individual reporting the claim, and/or their legal representative, owns a registered trademark with the United States Patents and Trademark Office (USPTO) (for claims made within the United States), and/or appropriate equivalent agencies outside of the United States (for claims made outside the United States).

When filing a report with us, the registration number of the trademark must be provided.

                                                                       Store Names

The same policies which apply to usernames apply to Store Names. 

                                                                         Your Content

Content that you post using our Services is your content (“Your Content”). This includes anything you post using our Services (like store names, profile pictures, listing photos, listing descriptions, reviews, comments, etc.).