number: 150349101000 and Tax ID No. 801154953 (“Blink”).
YOU SHOULD READ THESE TERMS CAREFULLY AND USE THE BLINK SERVICES ONLY IF YOU AGREE TO THESE TERMS.
Your access to and use of the Services constitutes your agreement to be bound by these Terms and Conditions, which establishes a contractual relationship between you and Blink (the “Agreement”). Blink may change the Terms from time to time and the changes will take effect from the date of their publication on this site. We recommend that you review these Terms regularly as your access to or use of the Services after such publication constitutes your agreement to the Terms as amended.
2. The Services
3. Use of Services
In order to use the Services, you must register and maintain an active Blink Account. Registering a Blink Account requires you to provide Blink with certain personal information such as name, address, age, mobile phone number, as well as a valid payment method (credit card or an accepted payment agency/partner). The provision of this information is necessary to render the Services to you while agreeing to keep this information accurate, complete and up-to-date.
The Blink Account is personal and you are solely responsible for the security and confidentiality of your Blink Account username and password. Let us know immediately if you suspect unauthorized use of your Blink Account at the following link firstname.lastname@example.org. Unless otherwise permitted in writing by Blink, you may only have one (1) Blink Account.
4. User Conditions and Conduct
You must use our Services in accordance with the instructions of Blink and the respective owner of the Blink Charging Station. In any event, you agree to comply with all applicable laws in the use of the Services and to use the Services only for lawful purposes, without causing any nuisance, inconvenience or damage to any place, and without taking any action that could plausibly be considered unreasonable or capable of harming our reputation. At the same time, you agree to pay the consideration for the use of the Services by the RFID, via the Code, the Blink Customer Service Officer or any application that allows for the payment of such amounts to be paid for using the Services. For these purposes, you should monitor the charges shown in your accounts and contact Blink for any questions you may have regarding these charges.
5. Invoicing and Payment
You understand that the Services are being used at your own expense. Pricing for the use of Blink Charging Stations is based on the energy received by the charging unit, measured in kilowatt-hours (“kWh”).
The user, after receiving the Services, can pay via the RFID to any public or private (if permitted) Blink Charging Station. When using the RFID, it will be recognized by the Blink Charging Station and a transaction history will be created. Charges will be debited to the user account at the rate set by Blink. Blink will make reasonable efforts to notify you about applicable charges, provided that you are responsible for the charges incurred in your Blink Account, whether or not you had taken them into account. Also, if a third party uses the RFID at any Blink Charging Station, you will incur the resulting charge.
Your credit card will only be charged after you use the Blink Charging Station. An initial amount of zero EUR [€ 0.00] as a charge for use may be shown on your account charges, exclusively for licensing purposes. All other charges for Blink members will be credited to their credit card twice (2) a month, specifically on the 15th and 30th day of each month, provided, however, that the account balance will not be less than zero EUR [€ 0.00], as, in that case, the charge will be made automatically.
If your primary Blink Account payment method expires, is invalid or cannot be debited, then Blink may deactivate your account, and, in the event of any outstanding sum, take all necessary steps to pursuit its claims.
If the RFID does not work, then it should be returned to Blink Customer Service and Blink will provide you with a new RFID free of charge (as long as the card is not malfunctioned or misused by you). If your ID is stolen or lost, you must sign in to your Blink Account and take the necessary actions listed there or contact Blink Customer Service directly at email@example.com. You are responsible for any charges that may result from such a theft or loss, if you do not notify Blink about the event.
6. Offers from Blink Partners
You agree that in the event you will receive offers through Blink from other companies or organizations, your consent may be between you and those companies, under those terms, and that Blink is not responsible or liable for their services or products, as they are third parties and not contracting parties to these Terms.
7. Limitation of Liability
You agree that you are solely responsible for the use of the Services. The Services are provided “as is” and “as available”. Blink disclaims all representations and warranties, clauses, implied or statutory, not expressly mentioned in these Terms, including implied warranties of non-infringement. Blink cannot assure that all Services will be constantly error-free and meet the expectations and needs of users. Blink has no liability whatsoever under any circumstances for any consequential, incidental, indirect, special damages or expenses or financial penalties, including, but not limited to, lost profits, business interruption, loss of customer, property loss or damage and any third party claims arising out of or in connection with the use of the Services, whether or not Blink was informed, aware of or should have known of this possibility.
The Agreement may not be assigned by you without Blink’s prior written approval, but Blink may assign this Agreement without your consent to a) Parent or Subsidiary, b) Buyer of Blink’s shares, business or assets, or c) Successor by merger. Any assignment in violation of this Article shall be null and void.
9. Intellectual Property
The content of the Services and anything related to Blink, including, but not limited to, trademarks, logos, symbols, images, photographs or related products and goods appearing on Blink’s sites or applications are protected by copyright and are owned by Blink or any third party authorized by Blink to develop its business. Subject to this article, we grant you a limited and non-exclusive license to access and use the Services for personal, non-commercial use. You agree to respect the intellectual property rights in these Terms and agree that the Services are the sole property of Blink.
11. Termination of Contract
You expressly agree that you may stop using our Services at any time and request that you delete your Blink Account by sending a written request to firstname.lastname@example.org or through Blink’s websites and applications. Blink may terminate this Agreement or discontinue the use of its Services or generally cease to offer or deny access to any part of the Services at its sole discretion. If you disagree with or wish to dispute any such complaint or termination of our Services, please contact us at email@example.com. If, upon termination, you owe money due to the use of the Services, you agree to pay them immediately.
12. Applicable Law – Jurisdiction
These Terms and any amendments thereto are governed by Greek Law. For any dispute which may arise out of this Agreement that cannot be resolved extrajudicially, the competent courts of Athens will have jurisdiction.
These Terms and Conditions constitute the entire agreement between the user and Blink in relation to its subject matter, superseding any prior agreement, oral or written, by any means, even electronic ones, that may have been concluded prior to the date of creating a Blink Account.
If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is or becomes invalid, unenforceable or non-binding, you are still bound by all other provisions of this Agreement.
Blink’s non-exercise of a right under this Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver of such right, but may be exercised at any time by Blink at its sole discretion.