Section III – Use of Autenti
1. The User may use his Account to:
a. make declarations of will on his own behalf,
b. make declarations on someone else’s behalf, including without limitation as a representative or member of a corporate body,
c. participate in document workflow.
2. The Administrator shall provide Users with the following services:
a. ELECTRONIC USER IDENTIFICATION – which involves collecting, storing and sharing information on the methods used to verify [particular] personal data of the User and present his status, based on which entities being User’s business partners verify his credibility;
b. ELECTRONIC SIGNING OF DOCUMENTS – which involves confirming the declarations of will made by Users, including unanimous declarations of will made by Users to each other (with the optional use of third-party tools), to conclude a contract or approve (authorise) a document to create an electronic signature, an advanced electronic signature, a qualified electronic signature respectively on this basis on behalf of the User in accordance with Regulation (EU) NO 909/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 2014, together with giving the context meaning, e.g. defining it as a “signature” or an “initial”
c. ELECTRONIC SEALING OF DOCUMENTS – which involves ensuring the integrity of a document uploaded by the User (with the optional use of third-party tools) to guarantee the authenticity of document origin from a selected User and the integrity of related data, and creating an electronic seal, an advanced electronic seal or a qualified electronic seal respectively on this basis in accordance with Regulation (EU) NO 909/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 2014, together with giving the context meaning to a seal;
d. ELECTRONIC SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS – which involves providing evidence concerning documents sent between Users, including without limitation a note of dispatch and receipt of a document, to ensure the integrity of such documents and protect them from being lost, stolen, damaged or changed in an unauthorised manner;
e. STORING AND SHARING OF ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS – which involves sharing documents with third parties by Users by means of storing them in the Autenti infrastructure and indicating a method to authorise access to a document (e.g. access to a certain email address, telephone number, or having an access code);
f. DIGITAL DOCUMENT VERIFIER – which involves a possibility to verify the authenticity of signatures put by the User on Autenti;
g. ONLINE DURABLE MEDIUM – which involves providing a tool to store a document in the Autenti infrastructure that enables a document addressed personally to the consumer or entrepreneur (e.g. to a certain email address, telephone number, or with the use of an access code) to be stored in a manner accessible for future reference for a period of time adequate to the purposes of the information and which allows the unchanged reproduction of the information stored, together with the option to confirm the contents by the consumer or entrepreneur after the receipt of the document.
3. Users may create Accounts for Business, i.e. Accounts for legal persons or organisational units without legal personality (hereinafter: “Companies”), presenting Company data, list of Users authorised to participate in Company document workflow (including without limitation make declarations on behalf of the Company) and an activity log on Autenti. It shall be forbidden to create Accounts for Business with the use of data of an entity without a relevant power of attorney from persons authorised to act on behalf of such entity.
5. Autenti may also offer additional services, such as API, under the terms set out in other regulations.
Section V – User verification
1. Autenti Users shall be granted a status relevant to the option used to verify their personal data. On the basis of such status, entities being User’s business partners shall verify his credibility.
2. An Autenti User may verify other Users by:
a. email address;
b. electronic signature verified by a qualified certificate;
c. logging in with a certain account registered on a related website;
d. telephone number;
e. bank transfer or payment card;
f. customer service center or certain institutions cooperating with Autenti.
Section X – Term and termination
1. Upon registration on Autenti, an agreement shall be concluded between the User and Autenti for an indefinite period of time. The agreement may be terminated at any time with notice submitted to the Administrator in writing or by a relevant electronic form available on Autenti and, afterwards, by clicking the link sent to the User’s main email address on the Account.
2. The User who has registered an Account, but has not used any electronic services provided by the Administrator on Autenti may withdraw from such agreement for any reason within 14 days from the registration. Such withdrawal shall be made with notice submitted to the Administrator in writing and sent to the Administrator’s address or by email to https://autenti.com/Wzor-Odstapienia.pdf.
3. For important reasons for which the Administrator shall not be held liable, the agreement may be terminated by the Administrator with seven-day notice.
4. For important reasons for which the User shall not be held liable, the agreement may be terminated by the Administrator with seven-day notice.
5. If the agreement is terminated upon the Administrator’s decision, the User cannot register an Account again without a prior consent of the Administrator.
6. The User may terminate the agreement with the Administrator (relating to a particular Account) not earlier than 30 days after the last use of the service on the Account.