Terms of Use

[Shopping mall standard terms and conditions]

Article 1 [Purpose)

These terms and conditions apply to the use of Internet-related services (hereinafter referred to as “Services”) provided by the www.tstskorea.com cyber mall (hereinafter referred to as “Mall”) operated by IDEF Company (e-commerce business operator). The purpose is to stipulate the rights, obligations and responsibilities of users.

Article 2 (Definition)

① “Mall” refers to a virtual place of business set up by IDEF Company to provide goods or services (hereinafter referred to as “goods, etc.”) to users by using information and communication facilities such as computers to trade goods, etc. It is also used to refer to a business operator that operates a cyber mall.
② “User” refers to members and non-members who access the “Mall” and receive services provided by the “Mall” in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.
③ ‘Member’ refers to a person who has registered as a member of the “Mall” and can continuously use the services provided by the “Mall”.
④ ‘Non-member’ refers to a person who uses the services provided by the “Mall” without registering as a member.

Article 3 (Specification, explanation and revision of terms and conditions, etc.)

① “Mall” includes the contents of these terms and conditions, company name and representative name, address of business location (including the address of the place where consumer complaints can be handled), phone number, facsimile number, e-mail address, business registration number, and communication.
The sales business report number, personal information manager, etc. are posted on the initial service screen (front) of the “Mall” so that users can easily see them. However, the contents of the terms and conditions can be viewed by users through the connection screen.
② “Before the user agrees to the Terms and Conditions, the Mall provides a separate connection screen or pop-up screen so that the user can understand important contents such as subscription withdrawal, delivery responsibility, refund conditions, etc. among the contents stipulated in the Terms and Conditions to confirm the user’s confirmation. must be obtained.
③ “Mall” refers to the 「Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc.」, 「Act on Regulation of Terms and Conditions」, 「Framework Act on Electronic Documents and Electronic Transactions」, 「Electronic Financial Transactions Act」, 「Electronic Signature Act」, 「Use of Information and Communications Network) These terms and conditions may be revised to the extent that they do not violate relevant laws such as the Act on Promotion and Information Protection, etc., the Act on Door-to-Door Sales, etc., and the Framework Act on Consumers.
④ When the “Mall” revises the terms and conditions, the date of application and the reason for revision will be specified and announced on the initial screen of the mall along with the current terms and conditions from 7 days prior to the date of application until the day before the date of application. However, if changes are made to the terms and conditions that are disadvantageous to users, notice will be provided with a grace period of at least 30 days. In this case, “Mall” clearly compares the contents before and after revision and displays them so that users can easily understand them.
⑤ If the “Mall” revises the terms and conditions, the revised terms and conditions will only apply to contracts concluded after the date of application, and the terms and conditions before revision will remain applicable to contracts already concluded before that date. However, if a user who has already entered into a contract wishes to be subject to the provisions of the revised terms and conditions to the “Mall” within the notice period of the revised terms and conditions under Paragraph 3 and receives consent from the “Mall,” the revised terms and conditions will apply. It’s possible.
⑥ Matters not specified in these Terms and Conditions and the interpretation of these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the Act on Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce, etc., the Act on Regulation of Terms and Conditions, etc., the Consumer Protection Guidelines in Electronic Commerce, etc. prescribed by the Fair Trade Commission, and related laws and regulations or commercial practices. Follow.

Article 4 (Provision and change of services)

① “Mall” performs the following tasks.
1. Provision of information on goods or services and conclusion of purchase contract
2. Delivery of goods or services for which a purchase contract has been concluded
3. Other tasks determined by “Mall”
② “Mall” may change the details of goods or services to be provided under a contract to be concluded in the future in the event that goods or services are sold out or technical specifications are changed. In this case, the contents of the changed goods or services and the date of provision will be specified and the contents of the current goods or services will be immediately announced where they are posted.
③ If the “Mall” changes the contents of the service contracted with the user due to reasons such as out of stock of goods or changes in technical specifications, the reason will be immediately notified to the user at an address that can be notified.
④ In the case of the preceding paragraph, the “Mall” will compensate the user for any damages suffered thereby. However, this does not apply if the “Mall” proves that there was no intention or negligence.

Article 5 (Service interruption)

① “Mall” may temporarily suspend the provision of services in the event of maintenance, inspection, replacement or breakdown of information and communication equipment such as computers, or interruption of communication.
② “Mall” compensates for damages suffered by users or third parties due to temporary suspension of service provision for the reasons set forth in Paragraph 1. However, if the “Mall” proves that there was no intention or negligence,
That is not true.
③ In the event that the service cannot be provided due to reasons such as conversion of business type, abandonment of business, integration between companies, etc., the “Mall” will notify the user in the manner prescribed in Article 8 and provide the consumer in accordance with the conditions originally presented by the “Mall”. compensate for. However, if the “Mall” does not notify the compensation standards, etc., the users’ mileage or accumulated points will be paid to the users in kind or in cash equivalent to the currency value used in the “Mall.”

Article 6 (Membership Registration)

① Users apply for membership by filling out their membership information according to the registration form set by the “Mall” and then expressing their intention to agree to these terms and conditions.
② The “Mall” will register as members among users who have applied to become members as described in Paragraph 1, unless they fall under any of the following items.
1. If the applicant has previously lost membership pursuant to Article 7, Paragraph 3 of these Terms and Conditions, however, if 3 years have passed since the loss of membership pursuant to Article 7, Paragraph 3, the applicant may re-register as a member of the “Mall” Exceptions are made in cases where consent has been obtained.
2. If there are false information, omissions, or errors in the registration information.
3. If it is judged that registering as another member will significantly impede the technology of the “Mall”.
③ The time of establishment of the membership contract is when the approval of the “Mall” reaches the member.
④ If there is a change in the information registered at the time of membership registration, the member must notify the “Mall” of the change within a reasonable period of time through methods such as editing member information.

Article 7 (Withdrawal of membership, loss of qualification, etc.)

① Members may request withdrawal from the “Mall” at any time, and the “Mall” will immediately process membership withdrawal.
② If a member falls under any of the following reasons, the “Mall” may restrict or suspend membership.
1. If false information is registered when applying for membership
2. If the member does not pay the price of goods purchased using the “Mall” or other debts borne by the member in relation to the use of the “Mall” on the due date.
3. In case of threatening the order of e-commerce, such as interfering with other people’s use of the “Mall” or stealing information.
4. When using the “Mall” to commit an act prohibited by the law or these Terms and Conditions or contrary to public order and morals.
③ After “Mall” restricts or suspends membership, if the same act is repeated more than twice or if the reason is not corrected within 30 days, “Mall” may revoke membership.
④ If the “Mall” revokes membership, membership registration will be canceled. In this case, the member will be notified of this and given an opportunity to explain within a period of at least 30 days before cancellation of membership registration.

Article 8 (Notification to members)

① When the “Mall” notifies a member, it can be done to the e-mail address designated by the member in advance by agreement with the “Mall.”
② In the case of notification to an unspecified number of members, the “Mall” may substitute individual notification by posting the notice on the “Mall” bulletin board for more than one week. However, individual notification will be provided for matters that have a significant impact on the member’s transactions.

Article 9 (Application for purchase and consent to provision of personal information, etc.)

① “Mall” users apply for purchases on the “Mall” using the following or similar methods, and the “Mall” must provide the following information in an easy-to-understand manner when users apply for purchases.
1. Search and selection of goods, etc.
2. Enter the recipient’s name, address, phone number, e-mail address (or mobile phone number), etc.
3. Confirmation of the contents of the terms and conditions, services for which the right to withdraw subscription is restricted, and the burden of costs such as delivery fees and installation fees.
4. Agree to these terms and conditions and confirm or reject the items in item 3 above (e.g., mouse click)
5. Application for purchase of goods, etc. and confirmation thereof or consent to confirmation by “Mall”
6. Selection of payment method
② If the “Mall” needs to provide the purchaser’s personal information to a third party, 1) the person receiving the personal information, 2) the purpose of using the personal information of the person receiving the personal information, 3) the items of personal information provided, 4) The purchaser must be notified of the personal information retention and use period of the person receiving personal information, and consent must be obtained. (The same applies even if the consent is changed.)
③ In the event that the “Mall” entrusts the work to handle the purchaser’s personal information to a third party, 1) the person who is entrusted with handling personal information, 2) the details of the work for which personal information handling is entrusted are notified to the purchaser and consent is given. (The same applies even if the consented details are changed.) However, in cases where it is necessary for the performance of a contract for service provision and is related to the improvement of the purchaser’s convenience, it is subject to the 「Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, etc.」 By informing users through the personal information handling policy in a prescribed manner, there is no need to go through the notification and consent procedures.

Article 10 (Establishment of contract)

① The “Mall” may not accept a purchase request as stated in Article 9 if any of the following applies. However, when concluding a contract with a minor, it must be notified that the minor or the legal representative may cancel the contract if the consent of the legal representative is not obtained.
1. If there are false information, omissions, or errors in the application details.
2. When a minor purchases goods or services prohibited by the Youth Protection Act, such as cigarettes or alcohol.
3. If it is judged that approving other purchase requests would significantly impede the “Mall” technology.
② The contract is deemed to have been established when the “Mall’s” approval reaches the user in the form of a receipt confirmation notice under Article 12, Paragraph 1.
③ The “Mall’s” expression of approval includes confirmation of the user’s purchase application, availability of sales, correction or cancellation of the purchase application, etc.

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