Evocativideas Unipessoal Lda. (hereinafter “1Checkin”, or “us” or “we”), located in Rua Cidade de Cardiff 31, 1sc, 1170-094, Lisbon, Portugal, offers it’s users, by acting as a check-in aggregator, through its brand 1Checkin, its website https://1check.in and its mobile IOS and Android application (together, the “1Checkin Services”), to use the service of automated online check-in for any airline, subject of availability of online check-in at the respective airline, and if the booking data provided by the user is correct. Users may provide the necessary data through forwarding of their booking confirmation(s), and submit a one time registration with their personal details on the 1Checkin website and/or IOS/Android App, resulting in a protected personal account. 1Checkin does not organize any trips or flights autonomously. The service offered by 1Checkin is supplier-dependent.
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Users have to dispose over an internet connection in order to use the 1Checkin service. Forwarding the booking confirmation and the resulting automated check-in request underlie to no extra costs for private individual users.
Users are required, both during account registration, as well as when using any service provided in the context of the 1Checkin brand, to give complete and truthful information. This counts as well for flights for which a user is checking in. The user has to communicate any unauthorized use of 1Checkin services when he/she identifies such occurring, with regard to his/her account or in general. For this purpose, the user can contact email@example.com In the event of intentional refusal to notify or gross negligent ignorance of unauthorized use of his account, the user owes 1Checkin for any resulting damages. The liability for the unauthorized use of services through the user himself or his representative remains unaffected.
1Checkin makes the check-in service available free of charge solely to individual customers. 1Checkin has the right to limit the availability of the free check-in service to companies with own legal entity, meaning that in case it is detected that an increased number of check-ins is requested by one legal entity, meaning any non-individual customer, travel agency, other travel distributors, or corporate clients, without any written consent by 1Checkin beforehand, 1Checkin can impede processing of such check-in service requests. Customers acknowledge that the service offered by 1Checkin through its platform and application foresees a fee-based cooperation B2B model for corporate clients. Infos can be found at https://business.1check.in/, or through direct contact to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cooperatrion within the 1Checkin B2B model orientates itself on the terms agreed upon between 1Checkin and the party interested in cooperation, including the purchasing of services from 1Checkin.
The user is aware that unlimited availability of 1Checkin’s services is not technically possible. 1Checkin endeavors to keep ACI's services available as much as possible, at the very least, 90% of the time. Especially included within this is maintenance, safety, and capacity work on the website, which 1Checkin carries out only as needed and at times of low-usage. In addition, included within this are unrestricted events which lie outside of 1Checkin’s power, especially disruptions to public communications networks and power outages, which could lead to compulsory short-term disruptions or to temporary stoppage of services. 1Checkin assumes no responsibility for third- party services, especially not hardware and software in a broader sense used for online check-in on the website of each respective airline. 1Checkin assumes no responsibility for the user of assigned seats or other additional services available by the respective airline. The user can specify his/her seat preferences within his/her protected personal account so that preferences can be honored according to the availability of the options on the respective airline’s check-in portal, upon which ACI has no influence.
The user is responsible for the correctness and completeness of the data provided on his/her personal account. 1Checkin has no influence on the correctness and completeness of data. 1Checkin assumes no responsibility for the correctness, completeness, or current status of the data. 1Checkin is excluded from liability for damages to the user from a mediation contract, as long as the damage is caused by slight negligence. This does not apply if an obligation was breached, which the contract in accordance with its meaning and purpose must grant or the fulfillment of which make the proper execution of the contract possible and the fulfillment of which the user can regularly rely upon. To the extent that 1Checkin’s liability cannot be legally or contractually excluded, the claim for compensation is limited to foreseeable damages (value of the calculated benefit) typical for this type of contract. The liability restrictions shall not apply in cases of injury to life, limb, or health, in cases of gross negligence or intent on the part of employees, agents, or legal representatives of 1Checkin as well as legally provided liability without fault or guarantees granted.
1. Collection, processing, and use of data The user consents to the following collection, processing, and use of data: 1Checkin will only use data received from the user in connection with the use of 1Checkin services including personal information about the user, especially name, phone number, e-mail address, flight information, including airline, booked routes, booked fare, if applicable, any forms of payment used to book reservations and frequent-flyer memberships, as well as any other data communicated by the user to 1Checkin for performance of 1Checkinservices, generation of a user profile, and sharing important information. 2. Proxy representation and storage of a submitted reservation confirmation The user consents to the named uses implied in item 1. of the previous paragraph. The user thereby instructs 1Checkin to check in for him/her as soon as possible. 3. Revocation This consent can be revoked at any time, sent to 1Checkin in written form to the contact email adress listed in § I; in such a case any saved user data will be deleted, provided that such data must or ought to be saved on legal grounds. The mediation contract expires. 4. Termination by Checkin If the user breaches his obligations listed in § III, 1Checkin has the right to terminate the mediation contract immediately, without notice, without a separate notification. The mediation contract expires through the deletion of user data from the service system and disabling the user account.
By registering with 1Checkin, the user actively accepts and confirms the respective dangerous goods regulations of each respective airline. The dangerous goods regulations can be read anytime at the respective airlines homepage regarding the specific booking confirmation provided for the 1Checkin service, apply without exception to every flight for which 1Checkin service is taken under consideration in order to check in. 1Checkin is not responsible for the disregarding of these or any travel requirements which the user must personally fulfill.
1. Applicable law EU law applies to these terms and conditions and all legal relations between the user and 1Checkin, with the exclusion of the UN Sales Convention and the provisions of International Private Law. The law of the domicile of the consumer can be applicable in business transactions with consumers within the European Union, provided it concerns mandatory consumer rights provisions. 2. Severability clause In the event that any provision of these terms is invalid or unenforceable or should become invalid or unenforceable after the contract is concluded, the validity of the remaining provisions of this agreement remain unaffected. An invalid or unenforceable provision shall be replaced by valid and enforceable provisions, which come as close as possible to the economic objectives which the parties of the contract intended with the original invalid and/or unenforceable provision.
Updated Jan. 2017