When you are buying tickets at Ik Ben Aanwezig
Article 1 | Definities
In these general terms and conditions, the following definitions apply:
Ik Ben Aanwezig: The sole proprietorship Ik Ben Aanwezig (“I Am Aanwezig”) has its registered office and office at the Hessenberg 2, 6511 BT in Nijmegen;
User: The natural and / or legal person who uses the Ticketshop from Ik Ben Aanwezig Buying a Ticket from Organizer for a by or on behalf of Organizer organized Event;
Organizer: party that organizes an Event and provides access for payment Users;
Event: an event organized by Organizer, including but not limited to performances of artistic nature, music, theater and musical performances, as well concerts, all this in the broadest sense of the word;
Ticketshop: the (online) system developed by Ik Ben Aanwezig for the purchase, handling, processing and settlement of Tickets, including updates to this system;
Agreement: every between Organizer and User through mediation by Ik Ben Aanwezig closed agreement regarding the purchase of Tickets by the User via the Ticketshop of Ik Ben Aanwezig as well as all (legal) acts in preparation and for execution of that agreement;
Assignment: the assignment given by Organizer to Ik Ben Aanwezig for the mediation at the conclusion of an Agreement between User and Organizer;
General Terms and Conditions: the general terms and conditions applicable to the Assignment of Ik Ben Aanwezig, in respect of which the User declares to have received it, read and accepted;
Ticket (s): the admission ticket of an Event organized by or on behalf of Organizer which is sold by the Organizer to the User via the Ticket Shop;
Parties: Ik Ben Aanwezig and User, each separately named Party; Mollie: the Payment Service Provider (PSP), based in Amsterdam.
Mollie: the Payment Service Provider (PSP), established in Amsterdam.
Communication that takes place electronically between the parties is deemed to have been received on the day of dispatch, unless the recipient provides evidence to the contrary. If the communication has not been received by the User as a result of delivery and / or accessibility problems of his e-mail inbox, this is at the risk of the User.
Article 3 | Use of the Ticket Shop
Ik Ben Aanwezig emphasizes that Organizer is responsible for the fulfillment of his obligations arising from Agreements. All information that the User has or will receive about the Event from Ik Ben Aanwezig comes from Organizer. Ik Ben Aanwezig does not interfere with this and does not guarantee the correctness and / or completeness of that information
To order Tickets, the User must complete the online ordering procedure via the Ticketshop of Ik Ben Aanwezig. User guarantees the correctness of the information provided via this ordering procedure. The information provided by the User is stored by Ik Ben Aanwezig with the consent of the User.
User can report to Ik Ben Aanwezig for complaints or questions about the use of the Ticketshop. More information, including frequently asked questions (FAQ), can be found by consulting the website of Ik Ben Aanwezig, www.ikbenaanwezig.nl. There is also information about the accessibility of Ik Ben Aanwezig, including the accessibility of the helpdesk.
Liability of Ik Ben Aanwezig is also excluded if for whatever reason damage is or is caused to User by, among other things, but not limited to cancellation, postponement, refusal of access, bad (sitting) places and / or a defective quality of the relevant Event of Organizer and / or the location where the Event is held, unless and insofar as any mandatory legal provision dictates otherwise. This exclusion of liability also applies if, for whatever reason, the Organizer is not liable for this and / or does not offer any or insufficient recourse for claimed damage, unless and insofar as any mandatory provision precludes this.
Ik Ben Aanwezig emphasizes that the services provided through the Ticketshop see leisure activities as referred to in article 6: 230p sub e BW and that the User therefore has no right to dissolve the Agreement concluded via Ik Ben Aanwezig without stating reasons as referred to in article 6: 230m paragraph 1 sub k BW. In addition, I emphasize that Ik Ben Aanwezig performs its services directly with the consent of the User so that on that basis User also has no possibility to dissolve the Agreement that has been made via Ik Ben Aanwezig without stating reasons.
Article 4 | Prices and payment
The User will always owe the purchase price of the Tickets and additionally an amount of service costs and transaction costs for the mediation by Ik Ben Aanwezig.
The price of the ordered Tickets and the applicable service costs and transaction costs will be made clear to the User prior to the order. All prices used by Ik Ben Aanwezig are in euros and include VAT (VAT).
The service costs consist of a fixed amount of costs per purchased Ticket and the transaction costs from a fixed amount of costs per order. The applicable rates are stated on the website of Ik Ben Aanwezig. That information is indicative. The rates stated in the (online) ordering procedure are binding for parties.
User is never entitled to a refund by Ik Ben Aanwezig of the purchase price of the Tickets and / or the applicable service costs and transaction costs. User and / or Organizer the service costs and transaction costs are at all times due to Ik Ben Aanwezig, such as, for example, if for any reason the Event does not take place.
Article 5 | Disturbances / use Ticket shop
User accepts that the Ticket Shop as an online service will not be available at all times, but due to external circumstances such as disruptions in Internet traffic or a virus, or due to internal circumstances such as maintenance or updating of the Ticket Shop is not available to the User.
In no way whatsoever is Ik Ben Aanwezig liable towards User if for any reason the Ticket shop is (temporarily) unavailable, even if the unavailability is the result of a decision taken by Ik Ben Aanwezig without prior notice.
The User guarantees that he will not abuse the Ticketshop of Ik Ben Aanwezig and more specifically that it will only be personally used and therefore not with the help of bots, spiders or other related methods. The User is not entitled to observe, copy and / or distribute the data collected via and / or generated with the Ticket Shop, whether or not with the aid of apps or other (computer) technologies. The User is also not allowed to make expressions of the Ticketshop and / or the Events for which Ticketshop can be purchased via the Ticketshop without the prior written consent of Ik Ben Aanwezig and / or Organisator (advertising).
Article 6 | IP-rights
All intellectual property rights of the Ticketshop, including but not limited to texts, images, films, logos and / or license rights, remain the property of Ik Ben Aanwezig and / or the relevant owner of those IP rights.
Under no circumstances is the intention from Ik Ben Aanwezig to transfer IP rights to the User. User guarantees Ik Ben Aanwezig not to make use of those IP rights, except insofar as necessary for normal use of the Ticket Shop. Infringing IP rights and / or misusing them is unlawful towards Ik Ben Aanwezig.
Article 7 | Privacy and personal data
The privacy and personal data that User will be provided to Ik Ben Aanwezig will be used and / or processed by Ik Ben Aanwezig in accordance with its privacy statement and within the framework of the Personal Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation effective from mid-2018. . The User allows this data to be stored and / or processed in a file and / or shared with the Organizer with whom the User concludes an Agreement, which permission has been expressly confirmed by the User in the online ordering procedure.
Ik Ben Aanwezig refers to its website www.ikbenaanwezig.nl for its privacy statement, on which it is stated in its entirety.
Article 8 | Applicable law and conversion
If consent is required (as a basis for data processing) then this permission must be given explicitly. The AVG states in recital 32:
“Consent must be given by means of a clear active act, for example a written statement, also by electronic means, or an oral statement, stating that the person concerned freely, specifically, informed and unequivocally agrees with the processing of his personal data.”
Implicit consent is banned, the pre-checking of an option is prohibited. Clear and understandable language must be used for obtaining permission. The withdrawal of consent must be as simple as giving it.
An example is a privacy statement: it must be set up in such a way that a user understands what happens to his personal data.
Processing personal data without permission is possible, if there is an urgent need. In that case, objections can be made against this.