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Legal Notice

Standard Terms and Conditions of Usage of bizmeka EZ

Chapter 1. General

Article 1. (Purpose)
The purpose of these standard terms and conditions is to define the rights, obligations, responsibilities and other matters, etc. between KT Corporation (the “Company”) and the Members in relation to the use of bizmeka EZ (the “Service”) provided by the Company. 
Article 2. (Effect, Amendment and Interpretation of Standard Terms and Conditions)
  • ① The details of these standard terms and conditions shall be notified to the Members by posting on the Service screen or other methods, and shall be effective when the Members consenting to such terms and conditions subscribe to the Service.
  • ② The Company shall post the details of these standard terms and conditions and the Company’s business name, its location, name of the representative, and business registration number, etc. on the Service initial screen in order to have Members to be aware of them.
  • ③ Where the Company deems necessary, these standard terms and conditions may be amended within the scope of Korean law. Where the Company amends the standard terms and conditions, it shall specify the scheduled effective date and the grounds of amendment on the Service initial screen along with the current standard terms and conditions by seven (7) days prior to the scheduled effective date; provided, however, in case of amending the contents of standard terms and conditions in a way unfavorable to the Members, it shall notify them with at least thirty (30) days of prior grace period and it shall separately notify them by electronic methods such as email, etc.
  • ④ The Members have the right not to consent to the amended standard terms and conditions. Where the Members do not consent to the amended standard terms and conditions, they may terminate the contracts. Where the Members do not express disagreements to the Company or do not terminate the contracts by the scheduled effective date in relation to the Company’s unfavorable amendment in the standard terms and conditions under the provision of Article 2(3), the Members shall be deemed to have consented to the amended standard terms and conditions.
  • ⑤ The Company may have separate standard terms and conditions and policies in relation to the service policies about individual services and paid purchases, etc. Where their contents conflict with these standard terms and conditions, the separate standard terms and conditions and policies shall take precedence.
Article 3.(Definitions of Terms)
  • ① The definitions of terms used in these standard terms and conditions are as follows.
    • 1. Service : It refers to the services such as application and contents, etc. that the Company provides to the Members.  They are categorized into free services, which can be used without payment of separate fees, and paid services, which are used by paying certain fees determined by the Company.
    • 2. Member : Any person or entity that accesses the Service website, enters into a contract with the Company pursuant to these standard terms and conditions, and uses the Service, which will be categorized as follows.
       
      Administrator Any person or entity with power to approve the Member’s use of Service and establish the scope of permissible use, etc. on behalf of other Members
      Group Members Any person or entity that uses the Service within the scope permitted by the Administrator after being approved as a part of Group by the Administrator
    • 3. Data : All of materials (posts, basic materials, accounting materials, electronic documents, photos, messages, videos, sounds, and music, etc.) that the Members input and the Company stores in physical servers and additional materials generated through combinations, modifications or re-calculation of such materials
  • ② The definitions of terms used in these standard terms and conditions shall follow the guidance of each Service except those set forth under Article 3(1).

Chapter 2. Service Contact and User Management

Article 4.(Formation of Contract and Application and Approval for Use)
  • ① The contract is deemed to have been executed when a person intending to be the Member agrees to these standard terms and conditions and applies for usage and the Company approves such application.
  • ② The Company may restrict its approval of the following applications, and it may reserve its approval until the relevant ground is resolved or terminate the contract even after its approval.
    • 1. Where the provision of Service is impossible based on technologies or the capacity of Service-related facilities is insufficient
    • 2. Where, at the time of applicant registration, the name applied was false such as not being a real name or using other person’s name
    • 3. Applying with omitting or erroneously recording the matters of user registration
    • 4. Where a child under 14 years old (including those under 20 years old in case of paid services) failed to obtain his/her legal representative’s (parent, etc.) consent
    • 5. Where the application impedes the society’s order or good customs or it was applied with the purpose of impeding the society’s order or good customs
    • 6. Where the purpose of use of Service or conducts of use of Service has a concern of violating laws and regulations or infringing third parties’ rights
    • 7. Where an unfair method was used to the Service such as use of malicious program and bug or abuse of system’s weak spots, etc.
    • 8. Where the relevant person had previously lost the Membership qualification; however, an exception is provided upon the Company’s approval
    • 9. Other cases where the conditions of application of use determined by the Company are not satisfied
Article 5.(Change of Member Information)
  • ① The Members may review and revise his/her personal information at any time through the member information management page; provided, however, the revision of certain information determined by the Company for the operation of Service such as real name and ID, etc. may be restricted.
  • ② Where the matters recorded at the time of application are changed, the Members shall revise them immediately online or inform the changed matters by the template and methods separately determined by the Company.  The Company shall not be responsible for any losses caused by the Members’ failure to inform the changed matters.  

Chapter 3. General Matters relating to Use of Service

Article 6. (Commencement of Use of Service)
  • ① The Company shall commence the Service upon the approval of application of use by the Members; provided, however, that certain services shall be commenced from the designated dates.
  • ② Where the Service has failed to commence due to the Company’s work or technological error, it shall announce them in the website or notify them to the Members.
  • ③ In order to offer certain services, the Company may request the Members for a separate or additional subscription procedure.  In case of use of such services, the standard terms and conditions, regulations or rules, etc. regarding such websites or services shall take precedence over these standard terms and conditions.
Article 7. (Hours of Service Use)
  • ① The use of Service shall be in principle available throughout the year and 24 hours a day unless there are special work or technological obstacles of the Company.
  • ② In case of paid services, they are available for use from the moment they applied for services or the separate moment of commencement for each service.
Article 8.(Revision and Suspension of Service, etc.)
  • ① The Company may frequently add or revise whole or part of the existing Service for the purpose of Service improvement.  In such case, the Company shall notify the Members about the details of Service to be added or revised and the date of provision by a method set forth under Article 17 (Notification to Members).
  • ② In the following cases, the Company may restrict or suspend whole or part of Service.
    • 1. Where there arise grounds such as repair and inspection, replacement and errors in the information and communication facilities such as computers and interruption of communication, etc.
    • 2. Where it is inevitable due to constructions such as repair of facilities for the Service, etc.
    • 3. Where it is necessary for the Service upgrade and maintenance and repair of website, etc.
    • 4. Where there is an impediment to the ordinary use of Service due to power failures, errors in various facilities or congestion of user volumes, etc.
    • 5. Where it is difficult to secure the original data for the purpose of provision of Service such as termination of contract with the original copyright holder or related original right holder of various contents, etc. such as video and music, etc.
    • 6. Where the Member obstructed the Company’s business activities
    • 7. Where the Service cannot be maintained due to the Company’s various circumstances such as termination of contract with Service suppliers, etc.
    • 8. Other cases of force majeure events such as natural disaster and national emergency, etc.
  • ③ In case of suspension of Service under Article 8(2), it shall be notified to the users by a method determined by the Company; provided, however, it shall not be applicable where a prior notice is not possible due to the suspension of Service by a ground outside the Company’s control (disc and system error that is not attributable to the operator’s intent or fault, etc.).
  • ④ The Company in principle shall not compensate the losses suffered by the users or third parties due to a temporary suspension of the provision of Service for the reasons set forth under Article 8(2); provided, however, it shall not be applicable where there was intent or gross negligence on the part of the Company.
  • ⑤ In any of the following cases, the Company may suspend or close the Service by individually notifying the Members about the reasons for pause or closure of Service and the date of pause or closure, etc. by a method that is clearly recognizable to the customers such as mail, SMS, and local and mobile calls, etc. prior to the proposed pause or closure; provided, however, in case of paragraph 1, the Company shall in principle send an individual notice by 30 days prior to the proposed pause or closure.  Where such individual notice is difficult due to the customer’s failure to record his/her contact details or the customer’s change of contact details, etc., the Company may substitute such individual notices by posting it on the website [www.bizmeka.com].
    • 1. Where it is significantly difficult to continue to provide the Service due to a change in business environment or technological development, etc.
    • 2. Where the Company cannot continue to provide the Service due to an administrative agency’s administrative order or court’s judgment and decision, etc.
    • 3. Where it is significantly difficult to provide the Service due to war, natural disaster and other force majeure events
Article 9.(Provision of Information, Posting of Advertisement and Hyper-Link)
  • ① In relation to the operation of Service, the Company may post advertisements that are determined to be appropriate or have a possibility of usage on the website, service screens and emails, etc. The Members who receive the emails displaying such advertisements may refuse to receive such emails to the Company.
  • ② The Members engaging in communication or transaction by the means of using the advertisement displayed on the Service or participating in the advertiser’s marketing activities through the Service is solely an issue between the Members and the advertisers. If there arises any issue between the Members and the advertisers, it shall be resolved directly between the Members and the advertisers, and the Company shall not bear any responsibilities in relation thereto.
  • ③ The Company shall not bear any guarantees and responsibilities in relation to transactions with the Members based on the goods and services independently provided by a website connected by hyper-link, etc.
  • ④ The Members may refuse to receive emails about provision of information at any time except the provision of transaction related information and responses to customer inquiries, etc. under the relevant laws; provided, however, emails that have already been dispatched at the time of refusal to receive may not be stopped due to technical reasons.
  • ⑤ The Members shall not discretionarily delete, criticize or otherwise obstruct the banner advertisements provided by the Company.
Article 10.(Prohibition of Resale of Service)
The Members shall not copy, reproduce, resale or use the Service itself or whole or part of Service use or contents for the commercial purposes.

Chapter 4. Provision of Service, etc.

Article 11.(Provision of Service and Change to Paid Service)
  • ① The Services provided by the Company to the Members are as follows.
     
    Free Service Mail, e-payment, corporate SNS, bulletin board, trading parties, address book, schedule, organization chart, withholding tax, additional tax, management of work diligence and laziness, management of daily employees, HR basic, accounting basic, automatic evidence, and fixed asset, etc.  
    (The Company provides the basic free space for the use of free services.  When the basic free space is exceeded, the Members may pay and purchase additional spaces based on the Company’s pricing policy.)
    Paid Service Services purchased other than the free services by paying additional costs as determined by the Company
  • ② The Company may revise, suspend, change or turn into paid services whole or part of free services based on the Company’s policy and operational needs.  In relation to the foregoing, unless there are special provisions under the relevant laws, the Company shall not pay any separate compensation to the Members.
  • ③ The “Add-On Services” offered by other companies that have entered into contracts with the Company are provided for free or in exchange of payments after undergoing a separate process of consent to the standard terms and conditions and provision of personal information, etc.
  • ④ The Members shall subscribe and purchase the Add-On Services that they intend to use after precisely checking the standard terms and conditions of Add-On Services. The Members shall be liable for all losses and damages arising from their failures to precisely check such standard terms and conditions.
  • ⑤ Where the regulations of these standard terms and conditions are required in relation to the Add-On Services provided in combination with the Services provided by the Company, the additional details shall be specified in Annex 2.
Article 12. (Vesting of Rights)
The copyrights and intellectual property rights about the Services shall be vested in and belong to the Company; provided, however, exceptions are provided to the Members’ Data and work products provided pursuant to partnership contracts, etc.
Article 13.(Provision of Beta Service)
  • ① Prior to the formal commercialization of new Service, the Company may conduct a beta service for the testing purpose targeted to the Members for a certain period. In each case, the test subjects, periods and related details shall be notified through separate announcements.
  • ② The parties acknowledge that the beta service is not a commercial service but a procedure for checking the development status such as stability, etc. If necessary in this process, the service data can be changed, deleted, or revised, etc. and cannot be restored. Furthermore, where an unexpected problem occurs during the beta service process, the Company may suspend the beta service without any prior notice.
  • ③ The beta service is a temporary service provided for free. The Company does not bear any responsibilities for any losses caused to the users due to the service.

Chapter 5. Obligations of Contracting Parties

Article 14.(Obligations of Company)
  • ① The Company shall not disclose or distribute to third parties the Member’s personal information that the Company knows in relation to the provision of Service without his/her consent; provided, however, it shall not be applicable where it is pursuant to lawful procedures under the statutory regulations, etc. such as when there is a request from the related agencies for the purpose of investigation under the relevant laws and regulations or when there is a request from the court or administrative agency, etc.
  • ② Within the scope of Article 14(1), the Company may prepare and use statistical materials about personal information of whole or part of the Members without the Members’ prior consents in relation to work. For the foregoing purpose, the Company can transmit cookies to the Members’ computers. In such case, the Members may refuse the transmission of cookies or change the browser’s settings of computers in use to warn about the transmission of cookies. The change of use of Service due to the change of cookie’s settings is the Members’ responsibilities.
  • ③ Where the Customer’s complaint is received in relation to the Service, the Company shall promptly handle such complaints. Where prompt handling is difficult, the Company shall notify the Members about the reasons and schedules of handling by posting them on the website screen or emails, etc.
  • ④ Where the Members incur losses due to the Service provided by the Company, the Company shall bear responsibilities to the extent that such losses were caused by the Company’s intent or gross negligence, and the scope of such responsibilities shall be limited to ordinary damages.
  • ⑤ The Company shall comply with laws related to the operation and maintenance of the Services such as the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc., the Protection of Communications Secrets Act, and the Telecommunications Business Act, etc.
Article 15.(Obligations of Members)
  • ① The Members’ common obligations are as follows.
    • 1. The Members shall not commit the conducts listed in Annex 1 in the course of use of Service.
    • 2. The Members shall comply with the relevant laws and regulations, the regulations of these stanard terms and conditions, guidelines of usage, precautions announced on the Services, and the Company’s notifications, etc. and the Members shall not commit any other conducts that obstruct the Company’s work.
    • 3. Except those cases officially recognized by the Company, the Members shall not engage in business activities of selling products by using the Service, and in particular the Members shall not engage in hacking, income generation through advertisement, commercial activities through obscene websites, and illegal distribution of commercial software, etc. The Company shall not bear any responsibilities for the outcomes and losses of business activities and legal measures such as detention by related agencies, etc. that occur as a result of violation of the foregoing and the Members shall bear a duty of compensatory damages to the Company in relation to the foregoing.
    • 4. The Members shall prepare copies of various Data such as emails, etc. in preparation for damages due to system errors and prevent exposures to harmful environment such as virus, etc. through regular updates and inspections of vaccine programs. The Company shall not bear any responsibilities for losses occurred due to the Members’ failures to conduct the foregoing.
    • 5. The Members shall comply with the obligatory matters at the time of transmission of advertisement information provided in the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.
    • 6. The Members shall bear all civil and criminal liabilities caused by transmission of illegal spams.
  • ② The Administrator among the Members shall have the following obligations.
    • 1. Where the Administrator cancels the Service or leaves the Group, the Administrator shall transfer the Administrator’s power to other Member prior to canceling or leaving the Group.
    • 2. The Administrator, in the use of Service, represents the Group and it has a responsibility to manage the use of Service by the Members, which consist the Group, pursuant to the Group’s regulations.
  • ③ The Group Members amongst the Members have the following obligations.
    • 1. At the time of application for membership subscription, the Group Members shall select the Group. Their use of Service is restricted where they fail to receive the approval of use of Service from the Administrator of the relevant Group.
    • 2. The Group Members shall comply with the Group’s regulations and use the Service to the extent of rights conferred by the Administrator.
    • 3. Where the Administrator fails to transfer the Administrator’s power despite the fact that the Administrator is no longer able to perform the Administrator’s power, the Group Members shall immediately notify the Company and receive an appropriate measure from the Company.
Article 16.(Obligations and Responsibilities over Management of ID and Password)
  • ① Responsibilities for all outcomes caused by the Member’s poor management and illegal use of ID and Passwords shall be borne by the Member him/herself. In relation to issues caused by the grounds attributable to the Company such as system error, etc., the Company shall bear responsibilities.
  • ② The Member shall not disclose to third parties or cause third parties to use his/her ID and Password. The Members shall strictly manage their Member IDs and Passwords because in cases of disclosure and theft there can be disclosure of personal information, civil and criminal liabilities due to illegal uses, and imposition of fees, etc. pursuant to third parties’ uses.
  • ③ Where the ID and Password are stolen or it becomes known that the ID and Password are used by third parties, the Members shall immediately notify the Company and follow the Company’s guidance, if available.
  • ④ In case of Article 16(3), the Company shall not be responsible for any disadvantages caused by the Member’s failure to notify such fact to the Company or the Member’s failure to follow the Company’s guidance after notification.
  • ⑤ Where the Member’s ID has a concern of leakage of personal information, being anti-social or contrary to the good customers, or being misled to be perceived as the Company and the Company’s operator, the Company may restrict the use of relevant ID.
Article 17. (Notification to Members)
  • ① The Company may send notifications to the Members by email addresses or other communication means such as SMS, etc. that the Members submitted to the Company. Where such notification is failed due to the Members’ erroneous submission of information such as email addresses or phone numbers, etc., the notification shall be deemed to have reached to the Members at the time of dispatching to the information provided by the Members.
  • ② In cases of notifications to all Members and unidentified masses of Members, the Company may substitute individual notices by posting on the Company’s bulletin board, etc.
Article 18. (Protection and Consigned Handling of Personal Information)
  • ① The Company shall make its efforts to protect the Members’ personal information including the Members’ registration information pursuant to those set forth in the relevant laws and regulations such as the Act / Enforcement Decree / Enforcement Regulation on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc. In relation to the protection and use of personal information of the Members, the relevant laws and regulations and the Company’s Personal Information Handling Policy shall be applicable; provided, however, the Company’s Personal Information Handling Policy is not applicable to the websites linked from the webs other than the Company’s official website. Moreover, the Company shall not bear any responsibilities in relation to the information disclosed due to the grounds attributable to the Members’ faults.
  • ② The Company, in principle, shall perform the handling and managing the collected personal information (the “Work”) by itself. However, if necessary, it may assign third parties appointed by the Company to perform the Work in whole or in part. In relation to assigning the handling of personal information of the Members, etc., the Company’s Personal Information Handling Policy shall be applicable.
Article 19. (Assignment)
The Members shall not engage in disposal of the right to use the Service and other contractual status such as transfer, gift, sale, and provision as a security, etc. to other persons, and all rights and responsibilities including copyrights about posts belong to the Member that posted such posts.

Chapter 6. Termination of Contract and Restriction of Use

Article 20. (Termination of Contract)
  • ① Where the Member intends to terminate the service contract, he/she shall apply for termination to the Company on the website or by a separate method designated by the Company; provided, however, the Member that uses a certain service that provides a separate service (e-tax invoice, etc.) based on the service contract needs to withdraw from the relevant service first in order to be able to apply for termination.
  • ② The Company shall immediately process pursuant to the relevant laws, etc. at the time of the Member’s application for termination; provided, however, the Administrator’s termination will be processed after the Administrator’s power is transferred to other Group Member.
  • ③ Where the Member terminates the contract, the Member’s ID is deleted and it cannot be reused or restored.
  • ④ The Company may provide a means of back-up. The back-up function can be restricted pursuant to the technological restriction or the Company’s policy restriction.
  • ⑤ Where the Member terminates the contract, the membership information, the Member’s record of use of Service and the Data created by the Member are all deleted; provided, however, the Data shared with the Members of the same Group is maintained until all Members forming the Group terminate the contracts and they can be accessed and shared by the Members in the Group.
  • ⑥ The Company shall notify that the personal information will be separately stored or destroyed at 1 month prior to the expiration of non-use period (1 year or 2 years) selected by the Member at the time of Service subscription. Where the Member fails to re-access within 1 month from the date of notification, the Member’s personal information is separately stored or destroyed. Moreover, where individual notifications are difficult due to the absence, change, or error, etc. of the Member’s email address or mobile phone contact details, following the expiration of non-use period of Service, without a prior notification about the destruction of personal information, for the Members that do not have any access record for 1 or 2 years since their last access, their personal information shall be separately stored or destroyed based on this Article 20.
  • ⑦ Where the Member violates an obligation under these standard terms and conditions, the Company may annul or terminate the contract. In such case, the Data’s storage and possibility of use shall be governed by Article 20(4).
Article 21. (Restriction of Membership Qualification and Loss of Qualification)
  • ① Where the Member falls under any of the followings or fails to perform an obligation under these standard terms and conditions, the Company may restrict or suspend the Member’s qualification and the Member shall not claim for compensation from the Company in relation to such restriction or suspension.
    • 1. Where the Member commits a conduct in violation of the Framework Act on Telecommunications, the Telecommunications Business Act, the Korea Internet Safety Commission’s review rules, the internet ethics code of conduct, the Program Protection Act, and other relevant laws and regulations and a conduct that is prohibited under these standard terms and conditions or contrary to the good customs
    • 2. Where the Korea Communications Commission or the Korea Internet & Security Agency, etc. confirms the fact of transmission of illegal spam and requests for suspension of usage
    • 3. Where the Member transmitted mails or SMS, etc. in mass and thereby caused a system error or has a concern of causing a system error
    • 4. Where the Member is used for a relay of illegal spam or transmitted mails or SMS, etc. infected with worms
    • 5. Where a person that received the relevant advertisement requested his/her refusal to receive such advertisement and yet it was continued to be re-transmitted
  • ② In any of the following cases, where the same conduct is repeated twice or more after the restriction or suspension of the Member’s qualification, or where the relevant ground is not remedied within 30 days, the Company may disqualify the Member’s qualification and the Member shall not claim for compensation from the Company about the loss of qualification.
    • 1. Where the Member stole other person’s name and payment in violation of the Resident Registration Act
    • 2. Distribution of hacking and malicious programs
  • ③ In case of restricting, suspending or disqualifying the Member’s qualification under Article 21, the Company shall notify the fact of restriction or suspension of the Member’s qualification under Article 21(2) to the Member pursuant to Article 17 (Notification to Members).
  • ④ The Member may raise an objection against the Company’s measure under Article 21 pursuant to the procedure determined by the Company. Where the Company finds that the Member’s objection is justifiable, the Company shall immediately resume the use of Service.

Chapter 7. Fees

Article 22.(Types, Billing Cycles and Rates of Fees, etc.)
  • ① The types, billing cycles and rates of fees, etc. that the Members pay in consideration of the Service are set forth under Annex 2.
  • ② The fees of Service, etc. shall be announced on the website (www.bizmeka.com) or notified to the customers at the time of use of Service.
Article 23. (Payment Due Date, etc.)
  • ① The Company shall designate the payment due date of fees, etc. in consideration of all social conditions.
  • ② Where there arises a ground for the Member’s payment of fee, the Company may cause the Member to immediately pay such fee or request for the payment by designating a separate payment due date.
  • ③ The Company may cause the fees, etc. to be paid in advance or afterwards (deferred) for each service specified in Annex 2.
Article 24 (Payment Method)
  • ① The payment method of fees is divided into the regular payment method and the case-by-case payment method. The available payment methods for each service are limited to those specified in the payment page.
  • ② The regular payment method automatically processes the payment of service fee through a certain payment method applied by the Member per every designated period and enables the use of Service for the designated period in order to be consistent with the characteristics of constant use of the relevant service. Unless the Member expresses his/her intent to suspend the use to the Company pursuant to the designated procedure, the contract is automatically renewed and the fees are continued to be charged.
    • 1. Where an automatic payment does not occur due to a change of payment information, loss of credit card and other grounds, the use of service can be automatically suspended.
    • 2. The Company shall not be responsible for any losses arising from the suspension of regular payment and the resulting suspension of use of service due to a ground attributable to the Member’s fault such as default of fee payment, etc.
    • 3. The use of other person’s payment information without his/her consent may lead to civil and criminal liabilities and may be sanctioned under the relevant laws and regulations.
Article 25. (Refund and Cancellation of Payment)
  • ① Where there is no detail of use after the purchase, the Member may withdraw his/her application of usage within 3 days from thereto. In such case, the Company may refund or cancel the payment of whole fees for the service paid by the Member.
  • ② Refund is only possible when the name of account holder of the financial organization’s account to receive the refund of fees under Article 25(1) and the name of Member registered in the Company are identical.
  • ③ Fees are not refundable in cases of theft of personal information and payment information or illegal payment, etc. In such cases, the request of payer’s personal information and its confirmation is possible only through a proper request from an investigation agency based on the relevant laws and regulations.
  • ④ The Company shall not be responsible for any disadvantages occurred due to a ground attributable to the Member’s fault such as erroneous record at the time of request for refund or impossibility of confirmation of information due to membership withdrawal.
  • ⑤ Where the service for which the fees are being paid by the regular payment method is cancelled in the middle of the relevant month, the fee for the relevant month of cancellation will still be charged in full without daily calculations.

Chapter 8.Compensation for Damages

Article 26. (Compensation for Damages)
  • ① Where any losses are caused to the Company due to the Member’s violation of these standard terms and conditions, the relevant Member shall compensate all losses caused to the Company.
  • ② The Company shall not bear any responsibilities for the losses caused to the users in relation to the use of free services. For paid services, the Company shall follow the standard terms and conditions of each service or the provisions about the relevant service.
  • ③ Where the Company faces claims for compensation or lawsuit from third parties other than the relevant Member due to the relevant Member’s illegal conduct in the use of Service or breach of these standard terms and conditions, the relevant Member shall exempt the Company with his/her own responsibilities and costs. Where the Company is not exempted, the relevant Member shall indemnify all losses caused to the Company due to the foregoing.
Article 27. (Exemptions)
  • ① Where the Company is unable to provide the Service due to state emergency, natural disaster or equivalent force majeure events, the Company shall not be responsible for the failure to provide Service.
  • ② The Company shall not be responsible for errors in the use of Service due to a ground attributable to the Member’s fault.
  • ③ The use of Service by the Member, who is a part of the Group, shall be premised on the existence of the Group’s consent. The Company shall not bear any obligations / duties in relation to the Group and the Company shall not bear any legal liabilities to the Group in relation to the Member’s use of Service.
  • ④ The Company shall not be responsible for disputes between the Administrator and the Group Members in the Group and mutual disputes between the Group Members.
  • ⑤ The Company shall not be responsible for the Member’s loss of expected profit from the use of Service. The Company also shall not be otherwise responsible for any losses, etc. arising from materials acquired through the Service.
  • ⑥ The Company does not have an obligation to confirm the contents of data generated by the Members and the Company shall not be responsible for illegal matters or disputes between individuals, etc. arising due to the contents of data.
Article 28. (Jurisdiction)
  • ① Where there is a dispute between the Company and the Member in relation to the use of Service, the Company and the Member shall faithfully discuss with each other for the resolution of such dispute.
  • ② Where the dispute is not resolved by the discussion under Article 28(1), the parties may lodge a lawsuit to the court in accordance with the Civil Procedure Act.
  • ③ The lawsuits lodged between the Company and the Members shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of Korea.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from November 30, 2015.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from January 27, 2016.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from March 28, 2016.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from June 30, 2016.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from August 31, 2016.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from January 25, 2017.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from March 6, 2017.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from April 3, 2017.
Addendum
1. (Effective Date) These standard terms and conditions shall be effective from August 29, 2017.
【Appendix#1】
  • 1. recording false facts at the time of application for use or change or stealing or illegally using other Member’s ID and password;
  • 2. copying, distributing or commercially using the information acquired through Company’s Service information without the Company’s prior consent;
  • 3. defaming other person’s reputation or giving disadvantages to other person;
  • 4. posting obscene materials or connecting (linking) obscene sites on the bulletin board, etc.
  • 5. infringing the Company’s copyright and other rights such as third parties’ copyrights, etc.
  • 6. distributing to other persons information, mark/crest, shape, and voice, etc. of contents that violate the public order and good customs;
  • 7. registering or distributing computer virus infected materials that cause malfunctioning of facilities related to the Service or destruction and confusion of information, etc. –intentionally obstructing the operation of Service or transmitting information that can obstruct the Service’s stable operation and advertising information in contrary to the recipient’s express refusal to receive such information;
  • 8. disguising as other person and falsely expressing one’s relationship with other person;
  • 9. collecting, storing and disclosing other Member’s personal information;
  • 10. distributing false information for the purpose of giving property benefits to him/herself or other person or causing losses on other person;
  • 11. gambling or engaging in speculative behavior by betting with property;
  • 12. arranging any act of prostitution or distributing information of contents that carry lewd conducts;
  • 13. obstructing the other party’s daily life by causing words, sounds, writings, videos or images that incur humiliation, repulsion or fear to continue to reach the other party – conduct of changing information posted on the Service;
  • 14. transmitting or posting the information (including computer programs) for which such transmission or posting is prohibited under the relevant laws and regulations;
  • 15. posting a writing or dispatching a mail by disguising or impersonating as the Company’s employee or operator or stealing other person’s name;
  • 16. posting or emailing a material that contains software virus, other different computer codes, files, and programs that are devised for the purposes of obstructing and destroying the ordinary operation of computer software, hardware, and telecommunication equipment;
  • 17. harassing other Members such as stalking, etc.
  • 18. failing to make any payment in relation to goods and services purchased through the Service and other debts borne by the Member in relation to the use of sites on the due dates;
  • 19. threatening the e-commerce order such as obstructing other person’s use of site or stealing such information, etc.; and
  • 20. Other illegal or inappropriate conduct;
【Appendix#2】
  • 1. E-Tax Invoice Service
    • ○ The e-tax invoice service replaces the existing tax invoices exchanged directly through mail or hand delivery between a supplier and a recipient upon a commercial transaction based on the regulation of the Value-Added Tax Act. It refers to a tax invoice prepared through computer by e-signing using an official certificate issued by an official certification agency
    • ○ Fees (VAT exclusive)
       
      Categories Fees Notes
      Minimum Fees KRW 4,000/month Up to basic 13 cases
      Transmission fee per section 1~30 Cases KRW 300  
      31~60 Cases KRW 200  
      61 Cases or more KRW 150  
          - It should be charged based on the number of tax invoices issued by the Member.
          - Payment obligation shall be borne by the member company certified by an official certificate.
          - The Member, in principle, shall pay afterwards by the regular payment method for every month.
          - No monthly fees will be charged in case of no use.
    • ○ Compensation for Damages
      Where the Member notifies – and is confirmed – the fact of non-availability of Service due to a ground attributable to the Company’s fault or where the Company becomes aware of such fact and the Service continues to be not available for 24 hours or longer and the Member suffers damages thereby, the Company shall compensate such damages pursuant to the Member’s claim after discussions with the Member within the scope of the amount that is three times larger of the amount calculated by multiplying the number of non-available days with the average daily amount of fees for the most recent 3 months paid by the Member.
  • 2. Scrapping
    • ○ The scrapping service refers to automatically accessing the relevant agency’s website and extracting necessary information such as details of e-tax invoice of sales and purchases, trading counterparties information, and financial account transaction details, etc.
    • ○ The Member’s Home-Tax, the Credit Finance Association, card companies, and banks’ member information (ID, password, and certificates), etc. that are inputted for the use of scrapping service are encrypted and stored in PC and used for the certification/verification of identity.
    • ○ The use of service may be restricted due to the internet service errors, page changes, and restriction of use hours, etc. of the financial agencies and the National Tax Service, etc. that are subject to the scrapping service.
    • ○ Financial transaction information, etc. provided by the scrapping service is implemented by the scrapping method. The Members shall use them only for the reference material purpose for management of trading counterparties and accounting. The Company does not guarantee the precision/correctness of information provided and does not bear any responsibilities in relation to the foregoing.
    • ○ The Company does not bear any responsibilities in relation to the leakage of information of the Member’s Home-Tax, the Credit Finance Association, card companies, and banks’ member information (ID, password, and certificates) that are encrypted and stored in the Member’s PC, and the Member shall carefully manage the security of PC.
    • ○ The scrapping service is provided for free; provided, however, it can be changed depending on the Company’s policy.
  • 3. Additional Storage Space
    • ○ The additional storage space service refers to adding storage spaces incurred in using the services such as mail, e-payment, schedule, corporate SNS, address book, bulletin board, trading counterparties, organization chart, accounting, and HR, etc.
    • ○ Fees (VAT exclusive)
       
      Categories Spaces Free Free Spaces
      Mail Mail space 10 10GB/company KRW 10,000/month 1GB/user
      Mail space 50 50GB/company KRW 45,000/month
      Mail space 100 100GB/company KRW 80,000/month
      Company Work(excluding mail) Company work space 10 10GB/company KRW 10,000/month 3GB/company
      Company work space 50 50GB/company KRW 45,000/month
      Company work space 100 100GB/company KRW 80,000/month
          - The Member, in principle, shall pay the fees in advance by the regular payment method each month.
          - The responsibility of fee payment, in principle, shall be borne by the Member certified by an official certificate.
    • ○ Compensation for damages
      Where the Member notifies – and is confirmed – the fact of non-availability of Service due to a ground attributable to the Company’s fault or where the Company becomes aware of such fact and the Service continues to be not available for 24 hours or longer and the Member suffers damages thereby, the Company shall compensate such damages pursuant to the Member’s claim after discussions with the Member within the scope of the amount that is three times larger of the amount calculated by multiplying the number of non-available days with the average daily amount of fees for the most recent 3 months paid by the Member.
  • 4. Messaging
    • ○ The messaging service refers to a service that enables exchanges of messages (text and image, etc.) by the Member (excludes the Company’s automatic dispatches by the system for the purposes of notifying the Service status from the e-payment, corporate SNS, and schedule, etc.)
    • ○ The Member shall obtain prior consents from the recipients in relation to message transmissions under the relevant laws and regulations and it shall on its own store and manage the relevant materials such as consents and withdrawal of consents of recipients.
    • ○ The Member shall establish and comply with the regulation of prohibition of transmission of spam (information that is transmitted or displayed unilaterally through the information communications network despite the fact that the message recipient does not wish to receive such information). In case of consigning the transmission of messages to a third party, the Member shall perform its duty of care as a good manager by specifying the need to comply with the relevant laws and regulations and the regulation of prohibition of transmission of spam in the relevant contract, etc. and it shall at all times check and supervise the status of message transmissions by the third party.
    • ○ Where a message transmitted by the Member is a spam or an illegal spam (advertising information for the purpose of profit transmitted or displayed in violation of Article 50 of the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.), a caller’s number is illegally altered or displayed falsely, or the details are concerned with materials that are unlawful, obscene or contrary to the good customs and other social order, the Company may filter or block such transmission by its own authority to the extent permitted under the relevant laws and regulations.
    • ○ The Member shall complete technological and managerial measures for pre-registration of caller numbers, etc. under the relevant laws and regulations such as Article 84-2 of the Telecommunications Business Act and it shall accordingly dispatch messages only from the pre-registered caller numbers. (However, it shall not be applicable where exceptions are permitted under the relevant laws and regulations such as the Telecommunications Business Act, etc.)
    • ○ Fees (VAT exclusive)
       
      Categories Fees Notes
      Text message KRW 13/1 recipient 90 byte or less
      Long message KRW 30/1 recipient  
      Photo message KRW 60/1 recipient  
          - In principle, it shall be paid in advance by the method of charging.
          - The responsibility of fee payment, in principle, shall be borne by the Member certified by an official certificate.
    • ○ Compensation for Damages
      Where the Member notifies – and is confirmed – the fact of non-availability of Service due to a ground attributable to the Company’s fault or where the Company becomes aware of such fact and the Service continues to be not available for 3 hours or longer in a row or the aggregate monthly hours of error exceeds 12 hours, the Company shall compensate the amount that is three times larger of the amount calculated by multiplying the number of non-available hours divided by 24 with the average daily amount of fees of the Member for the most recent 3 months (if less than 3 months, apply the relevant period).
  • 5. Call
    • ○ The call service refers to registering and using a landline number through a PC or mobile application for the purpose of convenient use of wire phone provided by the Company.
    • ○ The major functions provided by call are as follows.
          - Display of caller’s number: service of displaying the caller’s number made to the registered wire phone as the recipient’s number on the PC or smartphone (app installed)
          - Smartphone call forwarding (call forwarding): service of receiving a call made to the registered wire phone from the smartphone installed with the service app by the call forwarding method
    • ○ Fees (VAT exclusive)
       
      Categories Fees Notes
      Basic Fee KRW 4,000/month Excluding call expenses
    • ※ Call Expenses
       
      Sections Call Expenses Note
      PSTN Call Local, long distance band 1 and 2, call with mobile phone Call rates in the relevant section of the standard terms and conditions of usage of local and long distance calls Click call and group call, etc
      International Call rates in the relevant section of the standard terms and conditions of usage of international calls
      Call forwarding/Olleh call manager call forwarding call Apply the call forwarding expenses of Pass-call in the standard terms and conditions of usage of intelligence network  
      Home Internet Call Call with landline phone / internet phone / mobile phone Call rates in the relevant section of the provision related to the Olleh internet phone home in the standard terms and conditions of usage of internet phone Click call and group call, etc
      International call Call rates in the relevant section of the standard terms and conditions of usage of international calls
      Call forwarding/Olleh call manager call forwarding call Call forwarding call expenses in the provision related to the Olleh internet phone home in the standard terms and conditions of usage of internet phone  
    • ○ Compensation for Damages
      Where the Member notifies – and is confirmed – the fact of non-availability of Service due to a ground attributable to the Company’s fault or where the Company becomes aware of such fact and the Service continues to be not available for 3 hours or longer in a row or the aggregate monthly hours of error exceeds 12 hours, the Company shall compensate the amount that is three times larger of the amount calculated by multiplying the number of hours of suspension of Service provision or errors divided by 24 with the average daily amount of fees (refers to the basic fees and excludes additionally charged call expenses) of the Member for the most recent 3 months (if less than 3 months, apply the relevant period).
  • 6. Corporate Credit Information
    • ○ The corporate credit information service provided by Korea Enterprise Data belongs to the Add-On Service
    • ○ The Company provides for free the information relating to credit risk and details of temporary closure and closure, etc. by combining the corporate information that the Member registered on the trading counterparties menu and the corporate information of Korea Enterprise Data. The detailed information can be checked by the Member with payment after agreeing to the relevant service’s standard terms and conditions, etc. of Korea Enterprise Data.
    • ○ The Company shall not be responsible for any judgments/decisions or outcome of conducts made using the information provided from the trading counterparties menu for free.