Terms and Conditions

Paul Bradford

User Agreement

We want your experience on the site to be fun, informative, enjoyable and safe. To ensure this there are some ground rules that we need you and all fellow users to abide by :

1. Welcome

  1. In registering on this site you agree to comply with the terms set out in this user agreement.

  2. Our aim is to make the terms concise and not too wordy so you can get on with enjoying the experience.

  3. By continuing to use this website site you’re making a legal agreement to comply with these terms.

  4. If you can’t, or don’t want to, accept these terms, then you should stop using the site now as reading further or entering any other part of the site you are entering into an agreement whereby you accept the terms.

  5. Occasionally we might update our terms and we’ll post information about that on our sites and members will be notified through our weekly newsletter. When we let you know that our terms have changed, please read them to see how they affect you, as they will apply from the time they are changed.

  6. We take your data security very seriously so have a look at our data privacy statement.

2. Our content

  1. When we mention ‘content’, we’re talking about all the content on the site which includes tutorials, blogs, images, graphics, logos, icons, sound clips, Q&A answers, data compilations and page layout.

  2. Only with express permission from the copyright holder can any content be copied or in any way or replicated as to do so would be in breach International intellectual property and other laws. The cakes made in the tutorials can of course be replicated as shown and do not constitute a breach of these rules, but using our promotional image or material does.

  3. You can’t store, copy, distribute, reproduce or use the content in any other way than its intended purpose which is to be viewed on the site.

What you can do:

  1. We want you to get as much learning and enjoyment from the site as possible so we are happy to give you permission to use the site in exchange for accepting our terms and complying with them.

  2. You can use the learnings from the site for both personal and commercial use.

  3. You can adapt, change or manipulate the designs shown here in any way you choose.

What you can’t do:

  1. You can’t attempt to replicate any of the site content or framework.

  2. You can’t share your log in details with anyone. There is software working in the background to ensure that one user uses one membership, but we know our members wouldn’t want to do that anyway!

  3. You can’t advertise your products or company using this site or any other media owned by Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School without the written permission of the owner.

3. Your content

  1. We are keen for you to be proactive in our Q&A section and other media where interaction is sought.

  2. You retain ownership of any intellectual property but by posting it on our site you’re giving us permission (a license) to use it. This permission includes allowing us to publish it (or not), to move it to a more appropriate forum, to store or delete it.

Treat others users with respect

  1. We encourage your feedback and interaction in all manner of means and have a very liberal policy in terms of acceptable content.

  2. Your content will be shared and viewed by all members on the site who come from a wide range of backgrounds so all content must be respectful of that and ensure that it:

    • Does not offend or affect other users enjoyment of the site

    • Is not false, misleading, fraudulent, unlawful, abusive, harassing, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, or offensive;

    • Does not infringe others’ rights, including privacy or intellectual property rights;

    • Does not disclose personal information about others, particularly sensitive information;

    • Does not contains a virus, spyware, or other harmful component;

    • Does not contain commercial solicitation or ‘spam’.

  3. We retain the right to take down any user content for any reason at all without notice and without providing a reason. We’re not liable for any content posted by others on our sites.

4. Things you can’t do

In using the sites you agree that you will not:

  1. Use a false email address, impersonate others, or misrepresent your affiliation with others;

  2. Attempt to gain unauthorised access to computer systems or materials through Paul Bradford Sugarcraft School.

  3. Gather information on other members or site users.

  4. Attempt to interrupt or our day to day operation in any way (for example through sending mass unsolicited messages, “flooding” servers, or introducing a virus, time bomb, trojan horse, worm, cancelbot or other computer routine );

  5. Use our site or any of its content in a way that violates applicable law, that violates the intellectual property or other rights of us or others, or that is fraudulent, obscene, offensive, misleading or defamatory.

5. Membership agreement

  1. You can cancel your membership at any time, which will stop your recurring payments, by contacting us.

  2. There’s no notice period required so once you’ve cancelled there will be no more payments taken, but of course we hope you come back.

  3. Once you’ve joined you have access for the duration of the membership you signed up for whether it’s annual or monthly. Refunds won’t be given for unused memberships should you choose to cancel your membership within the duration of the original agreement.

  4. Memberships are set up on a recurring basis which means that on the monthly or annual anniversary another payment will be taken which will always be the same as the one you signed up on. In legal terms it’s a rolling contract.

  5. If there are insufficient funds in your account or your payment is not received for whatever reason we have the right to request the payment again until payments been received.

  6. We reserve the right to cancel or suspend memberships where any wrongdoing is suspected. This decision will be made by an internal panel and based on a balance of probabilities.

  7. Note that we use Vimeo as our video hosts. Some governments have banned the playing of Vimeo videos, which is beyond our control. Should you be affected you will be refunded for the period of unused membership.

6. Individual purchase tutorials

  1. On purchasing an individual tutorial you will automatically become a member of the site having access to all the free tutorials, Q&A as well as the tutorials that you’ve purchased.

  2. If for any reason you’re not completely satisfied with the tutorial you’ve purchased, then let us know within 30 days and we will provide a refund in return for the reason for your dissatisfaction.

  3. We reserve the right to cancel or suspend membership and access where any wrongdoing is suspected. This decision will be made by an internal panel and based on a balance of probabilities and the decision of the panel is final. Where wrongdoing is suspected no refund will be given.

7. Privacy

  1. Our information collection and use of any personal information about you is governed by GDPR. We can only use personal information that you disclose in relation to your use of the site and through our weekly newsletters, which offers the usual unsubscribe facility.

  2. We won’t sell your details to marketing companies and we won’t pass on your details unless we have to satisfy a law, regulation, government request or a legitimate business need.

  3. Bear in mind that any information that you post on our sites will become public information and can be collected and used by other parties (we don’t have control over that).

  4. We use harmless cookies on our site, take a look at our cookie policy here.

8. Legal speak

  1. We are governed by Scots Law in the operation of our business.

  2. CakeFlix is not liable to you for any loss, claim, injury or damage of any kind that is in any way related to your use this site. To the maximum extent permitted at law, we make no warranty of any kind about the information or other content provided on the site.

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