Terms of Service

1. Introduction

This User Agreement, the ReMi-Net User Privacy Notice, the Mobile Device Terms and all policies posted on our sites set out the terms on which ReMi-Net offers you access to and use of our sites, services, applications and tools (collectively 'Services'). All policies and the Mobile Device Terms are incorporated into this User Agreement. You agree to comply with all of the above when accessing or using our Services. For information regarding the processing of personal data, please see our User Privacy Notice.


2. About ReMi-Net

ReMi-Net.uk is a platform that allows artists to store and display their art.

ReMi-Net does not have possession of anything displayed through ReMi-Net.

While we may provide pricing for hosting and other guidance in our Services, such guidance is solely informational and you may decide to follow it or not. ReMi-Net does not review users' content. While we may help facilitate the resolution of disputes through various programmes, ReMi-Net has no control over, and does not guarantee the existence, quality, safety or legality of, content; the truth or accuracy of users' content.

Users must have a valid payment method on file with ReMi-Net at all times for paid subscription services. You authorise ReMi-Net to automatically charge your chosen payment method in accordance with this User Agreement and the applicable billing agreement(s) you agree to when setting up or changing your payment method, for future charges and fees incurred in relation to the Services provided by ReMi-Net. This includes, but is not limited to, amounts owed for ReMi-Net fees, and ReMi-Net Money Back Guarantee reimbursements. ReMi-Net will notify you of these charges. If payments or amounts owed to ReMi-Net cannot be completed through the payment method on file for any reason, you are still required to pay ReMi-Net for all unpaid amounts and ReMi-Net reserves the right to seek reimbursement through other means plus any additional costs incurred by ReMi-Net in seeking reimbursement. You can change your payment method through your ReMi-Net account at any time.

Under the ReMi-Net Money Back Guarantee, we may:


3. Using ReMi-Net

In connection with using or accessing the Services you will not:

If you are registering with ReMi-Net as a business entity, you represent that you have the authority to legally bind that entity. If you are trading as a business on ReMi-Net, you must comply with all applicable laws relating.

You agree that we will commence supplying our Services to you as soon as you accept this User Agreement. You can cancel this User Agreement under the XXXXX. We may recoup the cost of any Services provided up to the point of cancellation.

We may cancel unconfirmed accounts or accounts that have been inactive for a long time or modify or discontinue our Services.

Additionally, we reserve the right to vary or terminate all or part of our Services and/or not provide all or part of our Services to anyone for any reason and/or period of time, at our discretion.


4. Abusing ReMi-Net

Without limiting other remedies, we may limit, suspend, or terminate your user account(s) and access to our Services, restrict or prohibit access to, and your activities on, our Services, remove or demote or otherwise restrict the content, remove any special status associated with the account, and take technical and legal steps to keep you from using our Services if:


5. Fees

You are required to have a payment method on file for fee paying subscriptions services on ReMi-Net. If your payment method fails or your account is overdue, we may collect fees owed by charging other payment methods on file and retaining collection agencies or legal counsel.


6. Content

When uploading any content (including causing content to be posted using our Services), you grant us a non-exclusive, worldwide, perpetual (or for the duration of any copyright or other rights in such content), irrevocable, royalty-free, sublicensable (through multiple tiers) right to use the content (including, without limitation, creating and using derivative works), and you authorise us to exercise any and all copyright, trademark, publicity, database or other intellectual property rights you have in or to the content in any media known now or developed in the future. Further, to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law, you waive your moral rights in the content and promise not to assert such rights or any other intellectual property rights you have in the content against us, our sublicensees or our assignees.

We may offer catalogue and/or product data (including images, descriptions and specifications) that are provided by third parties (including ReMi-Net users). You may use that content solely in your ReMi-Net account during the time your projects are active on ReMi-Net's sites. That permission is subject to modification or revocation at any time at ReMi-Net’s sole discretion.

We try to offer reliable data, but cannot promise that the content provided through the Services will always be available, accurate, complete and up-to-date. You agree that ReMi-Net is not responsible for examining or warranting the content provided by third parties through the Services, and that you will not hold or attempt to hold us or our product data providers liable for inaccuracies. If you choose to use catalogue content and/or product data in connection with your account, you agree to ensure that the content directly associated with your projects is and remains accurate, and that you continue to fully comply with this User Agreement and all ReMi-Net policies. The catalogue and product data include copyrighted, trademarked and other proprietary materials. You agree not to remove any copyright, proprietary or identification markings in the catalogue or product data or create any derivative works based on that data (other than by including the data in your listings).

The name "ReMi-Net" and other ReMi-Net marks, logos, designs and phrases that we use in connection with our Services are trademarks, service marks, or trade dress of ReMi-Net in the UK and other countries. They may not be used unless expressly authorised by ReMi-Net in writing.


7. Data protection and Privacy


8. Additional Terms


ReMi-Net Money Back Guarantee

If a double payment was made by technical mistake;



Correcting mistakes in subscription services

We reserve the right to fix any processing errors we discover. We will correct any processing errors by debiting or crediting the payment method used for the ReMi-Net Money Back Guarantee refund or reimbursement.


Special discount on subscription services

We reserve the downgrade your account to a non-fee paying subscription service if after the expiration of the discount period you have failed to make and pay all fees due for a fee-paying subscription service. 

After a period of time we reserve the right to remove any content/projects that is not part of the fee-paying subscription service under local law or within 30 days of the fee-paying subscription service coming to an end, whichever is greatest.  Only the latest content/ projects that are recognised under the non-fee-paying service will be displayed.  Within those 30 days you have the right to retrieve and/or delete any content.


9. Liability

We try to keep ReMi-Net and its Services safe, secure, and functioning properly, but we cannot guarantee the continuous operation of or access to our Services.

We (including our parent, subsidiaries, affiliates, directors, agents and employees) shall not be liable to you in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise for any business losses, such as loss of data, profits, revenue, business, opportunity, goodwill, reputation or business interruption or for any losses which are not reasonably foreseeable by us arising, directly or indirectly from:

Some jurisdictions do not allow the disclaimer of warranties or exclusion of damages, so such disclaimers and exclusions may not apply to you. This is especially so if you are a consumer.

You accept sole responsibility for the legality of your actions under laws applying to you and the legality of any items you display on any of our sites.

Although we use techniques that aim to verify the accuracy and truth of the information provided by our users, user verification on the internet is difficult. ReMi-Net cannot and does not confirm, and is not responsible for ensuring, the accuracy or truthfulness of users' purported identities or the validity of the information which they provide to us or post on our sites.

Regardless of the previous paragraphs, if we are found to be liable, our liability to you or to any third party is limited to the greater of (a) any amounts due under the ReMi-Net Money Back Guarantee or (b) £50 GBP.

Nothing in this User Agreement shall limit or exclude our liability for fraudulent misrepresentation, for death or personal injury resulting from our negligence or the negligence of our agents or employees, or for any other liability that cannot be limited or excluded by law.


10. Compensation

You will compensate us in full (and our officers, directors, agents, subsidiaries, joint ventures and employees) for any losses or costs, including reasonable legal fees, we incur arising out of any breach by you of this User Agreement, your improper use of ReMi-Net's Services or your breach of any law or the rights of a third party.


11. Legal Disputes

If a dispute arises between you and ReMi-Net, we strongly encourage you to first contact us directly to seek a resolution by contacting Customer Support. We will consider reasonable requests to resolve the dispute through alternative dispute resolution procedures, such as mediation or arbitration, as alternatives to litigation. Any claim, dispute or matter arising under or in connection with this User Agreement shall be governed and construed in all respects by the laws of England and Wales. You and ReMi-Net both agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

In simple terms, "non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts" means that if you were able to bring a claim arising from or in connection with this User Agreement against us in court, an acceptable court would be a court located in England, but you may also elect to bring a claim in the court of another country instead. English law will apply in all cases.


12. General

If any provision of this User Agreement is held to be invalid, void or for any reason unenforceable, such provision shall be struck out and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions.

You agree that we may at any time and without notice set-off any of the amounts held in ReMi-Net user accounts held or controlled by you with any fees, charges or other amounts you owe us and (unless prevented by insolvency law) any such amounts you owe other members of the ReMi-Net group (including, without limitation, in respect of any services provided by any member of the ReMi-Net group). Our right to set-off means that we may deduct such fees, charges or other amounts mentioned in this paragraph from a ReMi-Net credit balance held or controlled by you.

We may assign our rights and obligations under this User Agreement in accordance with the below (but without your prior express consent), provided that we assign the User Agreement on the same terms or terms that are no less advantageous to you.

Headings are for reference purposes only and do not limit the scope or extent of such section. 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.

If you have a dispute with one or more users, you release us (and our affiliates and subsidiaries, and our and their respective officers, directors, employees and agents) from claims, demands and damages (actual and consequential) of every kind and nature, known and unknown, arising out of or in any way connected with such disputes.

We may amend this User Agreement at any time by email, or via your ReMi-Net account or by posting the amended terms on www.ReMi-Net.uk. All amended terms shall automatically be effective 30 days after they are initially posted. Your continued use of our Services after the effective date of these amended terms constitutes your acceptance of them.

This User Agreement may not be otherwise amended except through mutual agreement by you and a ReMi-Net representative authorised to do so.

The policies posted on our sites may be changed from time to time. Changes take effect when we post them on the ReMi-Net site.

No agency, partnership, joint venture, employee-employer or franchiser-franchisee relationship is intended or created by this User Agreement. A person who is not a party to this User Agreement has no right under the XXXXX to enforce any term of this User Agreement but this does not affect any right or remedy of a third party specified in this User Agreement or which exists or is available apart from that Act.

The User Agreement and all policies posted on our site are the entire agreement between you and ReMi-Net and supersede all prior understandings and agreements of the parties.

The following Sections survive any termination of this User Agreement: Fees (with respect to fees owed for our Services), Content, Liability, Compensation, Legal disputes and the release contained in this General section. Legal notices shall be served by registered mail to REMI NETWORK Limited, XXXXX. We shall send notices to you by email to the email address you provide to ReMi-Net during the registration process. Notice to you shall be deemed given 24 hours after the email is sent, unless the sending party is notified that the email address is invalid. Alternatively, we may give you legal notice by registered mail to the address provided during the registration process. Notices sent to either party by registered mail shall be deemed to have been received by that party three days after the date of mailing.


Cookies Policy

Cookies, web beacons and similar technology ('Cookie Notice')


Your options at a glance:

All users: You can adjust the settings for the usage of first-party cookies (and similar technologies) for marketing purposes on the site ReMi-Net.uk

Users in the EEA: Users in the European Economic Area (EEA) can also determine whether they consent to the use of cookies and similar technologies for marketing purposes via the ReMi-Net.uk

Our Cookie Notice details all relevant information regarding the use of cookies, web beacons and similar technologies in connection to ReMi-Net's websites, applications, services, products and tools (hereinafter: 'Services') and your choice options in this regard.  This Cookie Notice shall be read in conjunction with our User Privacy Notice and the information regarding cookies and similar technologies which the User Privacy Notice contains.  This Cookie Notice is applicable regardless of how you access and make use of our Services including the access via mobile devices and apps.


This Cookie Notice is effective from 24 Aug 2019


1. Information regarding the technologies we use

When you use our Services, we and authorised third-party providers make use of cookies and similar technologies. We make use of cookies and similar technologies which will not be saved on your device or which will only be saved on your device for as long as your browser is active (e.g. session cookies). Furthermore, we make use of cookies and similar technologies which will be saved on your device for a longer period (e.g. persistent cookies). Where possible, we take appropriate security measures to prevent unauthorised access to our cookies and similar technologies. A unique identifier (ID) ensures that only we and authorised third-party providers have access to data that has been collected by means of cookies and similar technologies.


The cookies and similar technologies used by us have various functions:


1.1 What are cookies, web beacons and similar technologies

1.1.1 Cookies

Cookies are small text files (typically made up of letters and numbers) which are placed in the memory of your browser or device when you make use of our Services, in particular when you visit our website or when you open a message. Cookies allow for a recognition of a specific device or browser. There are different types of cookies:


1.1.2 Web beacons

Web beacons (also known as pixel tags or clear GIFs) are small graphic images that are used in connection with the provision of our services and which typically work in conjunction with cookies to track the use of an online service by its users. For example, when we send you emails, web beacons allow us to track if you opened the emails and clicked links to measure campaign performance and improve features.


1.1.3 Similar technologies

Similar technologies are technologies which enable the entity using it to track your user behaviour. This can be done by local shared objects or local storage, such as flash cookies, HTML 5 cookies and other web application software methods, all of which store information in your browser or device. Additionally, there are other technologies that function without local storage in your end device and instead make use of, inter alia, browser functions. In this context, a 'fingerprint' of your system is created that serves as a unique identifier.

These technologies may function across all your browsers and in some cases are not fully managed by your browser, but may need to be managed directly from your installed applications or your device. We sometimes use the terms cookies and similar technologies interchangeably.


1.2 Why do we use these technologies

Some of our Services can only be offered using cookies, web beacons and similar technologies. In general, these technologies enable us to track your user behaviour and identify you - even across devices. You can find more information about the personal data that we collect using cookies and similar technologies in our User Privacy Notice.

The cookies, web beacons and similar technologies used in connection with our Services serve the following functions:


1.2.1 Technologies which are operationally necessary

We use cookies, web beacons and similar technologies that are necessary for the operation of our Services. This includes technologies that allow you access to our sites, services, applications and tools, which are required to monitor the functioning of the site, prevent fraudulent activity and improve security, or that allow you to make use of our functions such as shopping baskets, saved search, or similar functions.


1.2.2 Technologies which are performance-related

We use cookies, web beacons or other similar technologies to assess the performance of our Services. This happens, inter alia, to analyse how visitors use our services, how users use our messaging tools, if and how items and links are viewed or how to improve our services.


1.2.3 Technologies which are functionality-related

We use cookies, web beacons or other similar technologies that allow us to offer you enhanced functionality when accessing or using our Services. These technologies may, inter alia, identify you when you sign in to our Services or they may store your settings or the items viewed, so that we can enhance the presentation of content within our Services and facilitate it (e.g. by means of the 'stay logged in function').


1.2.4 Technologies which are advertising- or targeting-related

We use cookies, web beacons or other similar technologies to deliver content tailored to your interests, including advertisements, in connection with the provision of our Services or within third-party online services (retargeting, remarketing). This includes using technologies to determine how relevant the advertisements and contents are for you, which ads have already been shown to you, how often they have been shown, when and where they have been shown and if you have reacted by carrying out an activity – such as clicking on an ad or purchasing an item. For this purpose, data will be combined with data already collected regarding your interests.

Inter alia, we collect data regarding your device (e.g. the operating system and its version) to provide a uniform service on all your devices. You can find further information on personal data that we collect by the means of cookies and similar technologies in our User Privacy Notice.


1.3 Which service providers do we cooperate with?

In regard to the usage of cookies, web beacons and similar technologies, we cooperate with authorised service providers. This includes, inter alia, ad networks and ad exchanges, which enable us to show you advertisements.

Authorised service providers are entitled to place web beacons and similar technologies within our online services and to place cookies on your device, as far as this is permissible according to applicable law. In this context, data for the identification of your device will be tracked, for example the IP address, the device ID or the advertising ID (IDFA - ID for Advertising or Google Advertising ID).

This enables the service providers to help us deliver content and more relevant advertisements, and to produce anonymous metrics and analytics, including conversion statistics. The processing of personal data by external service providers is subject to data protection and confidentiality agreements with us and applicable data protection laws. With regard to data processing by service providers, please check the privacy notices of the respective third-party providers.

Service providers that we cooperate with include Facebook and Google:

With the exception of the use of such technologies by our service providers or other authorised third parties, we do not permit any third-party content on sites (such as item listings, communication between users, classified listings, comments, reviews, etc.) to include or utilise any cookies, web beacons, local storage, or similar technologies for tracking purposes or to collect your personal data for the own purposes of such third parties. If you suspect that an offer or third-party content within our Services collects personal data or may use tracking technologies, please report this to remi.net.ltd@gmail.com

Users in the European Economic Area (EEA) can find information on other service providers and their privacy notices within the advertising preferences.


1.4 Google Signals

We also use Google Signals in connection with the provision of our Services. This is an extension function of Google Analytics that enables cross-device tracking. This means that if your Internet-enabled devices are linked to your Google Account, Google can generate reports on usage patterns (especially cross-device traffic) even if you switch devices. If you have activated the setting 'personalised ads' in your Google account, Google will process data for this purpose. We do not process personal data in this respect, we only receive statistics based on Google Signals.

You can deactivate the use of Google Signals at any time by downloading and installing the browser plugin in order to opt-out of Google Analytics. This will prevent the collection of data generated by the cookie and related to your use of the Services (including your IP address) and the processing of this data by Google. In addition, you can disable the 'personalised advertising' setting in your Google Account. Details can be found here.


Users in the European Economic Area (EEA):

You can determine via the advertising preferences ('Google Advertising') whether you consent to the use of Google Signals. We only use Google Signals with your consent.


1.5 Which security measures do we take to protect your data?

We protect our cookies and similar technologies to ensure that only we or authorised service providers can evaluate them. For this purpose, we assign a unique identifier (ID) to them that is designed so that only we can process them.


2. Your Choices

You can decide to what extent we may use cookies and similar technologies within the provision of our Services. Your choice options will depend on the purposes for which we use these technologies.

With regard to the use of advertising-related or personalisation-related technologies, you have in particular the following options:

All users: You can adjust the settings for the usage of first-party cookies (and similar technologies) for marketing purposes on the site AdChoice – ReMi-Net Advertising Preferences.

Users in the EEA: Users in the European Economic Area (EEA) can also determine whether they consent to the use of cookies and similar technologies for marketing purposes via the advertising preferences.


2.1 Technologies which are operationally necessary, performance-related or functionality-related

If you wish to deactivate the use of any cookies – including cookies that are operationally necessary, performance-related or functionality-related – that we use within the provision of our Services, you may do so by using the settings in your browser or device, if this is supported by your browser or device. The settings must be made separately for each browser you use.

Please note that you may not be able to use certain ReMi-Net services when you deactivate cookies and similar technologies (e.g. the 'stay logged in function'). You may also need to enter your password more frequently during your browser sessions.


2.2 Technologies which are advertising- or targeting-related

In addition, you can specifically decide whether we and third parties may use cookies and similar technologies to show you personalised ads. If you use our Services within the European Economic Area (EEA), this will only be done with your consent, which you can withdraw at any time.

If you choose not to have your personal data processed by us for advertising purposes using cookies (and similar technologies), this does not necessarily mean that no advertisements will be shown to you. It simply means that these advertisements will not be personalised for you by means of cookies, web beacons or similar technologies. As a result, you will no longer receive personalised advertising in the future, but your data may still be collected as described in our User Privacy Notice.


2.2.1 All users

You can determine under AdChoice – ReMi-Net Advertising Preferences, whether you agree to the use of advertising-related first-party cookies (and similar technologies). You can also reach the AdChoice preferences directly via a link in the corresponding advertisement or in the footer of our website. You can find additional information regarding the AdChoice Programme here.

You can deactivate the use of any third-party cookies – e.g. by online ad networks – within our Services by using the settings in your browser or the device settings in your device, if this is supported by your browser or device.

You can also find information on advertising-related third-party cookies and similar technologies and how to prevent their use on the following websites:

If you delete all cookies on your device, any opt-out cookies that have already been set will also be deleted, so that you will have to declare again any opt-outs that have already been declared.


2.2.2 Users in the European Economic Area (EEA)

Users in the European Economic Area (EEA) can also use the advertising preferences to determine whether they consent to the use of cookies and similar technologies for advertising purposes.