These Terms constitute a binding and enforceable contract between oDoc and you, an end user of the Platform and the services available through the Platform (“you”, “user”). You may authorise other persons to use the Platform on your behalf in certain cases; in such events, you shall be liable for all acts or omissions of the person you authorise to use the Platform. If you are using the Platform on behalf of another party, you represent and warrant that (a) these Terms have been explained in their entirety to you and (b) you have the authority to enter into these Terms on behalf of such party and bind such party to these Terms. You represent and warrant that you have full legal capacity and authority to agree and bind yourself to these Terms.
You represent that you are over 18 years of age. If you are below the age of 18, you may only use the Platform if your guardian or parent has expressly agreed to these Terms on your behalf, and your guardian or parent shall be responsible and liable for your obligations arising out of these Terms.
By using the Platform, you agree that you have read, understood, and are bound by these Terms as amended from time to time, and that you comply with the requirements listed herein. If you do not agree to all of these Terms or comply with the requirements herein, please do not access or use the Platform.
A subscription may be used for a maximum of the following number of users only:
Your payment method on file will be auto-charged without prior notice every 30 days unless you cancel 24 hours before your renewal date.
You may cancel this subscription at any time. Upon cancellation, and if you do not request a refund you may be eligible for, your subscription will remain active for use till the next billing date. If cancelled after a consultation has taken place, the subscription will finish at the end of the monthly billing date and will not auto-renew.
oDoc reserves the right to terminate or restrict the provision of services to users who are found, at the sole discretion of oDoc, to have violated the Terms and Conditions of the oDoc platform, including with regard to Clause 3 of the said Terms and Conditions relating to illegal, fraudulent, unfair or unreasonable use of the service. This includes use of the oDoc platform at a frequency that would be deemed to be unreasonable and/or higher than a frequency that would be reasonably required to receive relevant healthcare.