Here you will find more information about our terms and conditions and policies.
Terms & Conditions
1. Information about the organization
Stockholms Studenters IF (SSIF) is a non-profit association with corporate identity number 802003–2879, affiliated with the National Sports Association. The website www.ssif.nu is provided by SSIF. Information and pictures on the website are owned by the association or partners and may not be copied without permission.
2. Training card
Membership in SSIF is compulsory for participation in all training activities provided by the association, and is therefore automatically invoiced in connection with all purchases of training cards or courses that take place via the association's website. The membership fee is SEK 50 and applies to a business year, which runs from July 1 to June 30.
2.1 Membership is included
- Accident insurance through the insurance company Folksam. For more information and full terms visit our website .
- Membership influence and voting rights at the association's annual meeting.
3. Prices and payment
The price for each item and service is stated in Swedish kronor (SEK) excluding VAT. Because we are an association, all our goods and services are exempt from VAT. We do not handle cash and all purchases are made digitally via our website. At the checkout you can see the total final price including all fees.
Payment is made digitally through the chosen payment method at the checkout. We accept Swish and card payment. Card payment is provided by Bambora together with partners.
3.2 Card payment
Card payment is accepted by Visa, MasterCard and Maestro. Debit of your debit card is made directly in connection with the purchase.
3.3 Student discount
If you have purchased a product or service with a student discount, you are obliged at all training sessions to be able to present a valid student ID or other evidence proving that you are a student.
4. Delivery of services
We deliver membership and products digitally. Membership is confirmed via the email address you provided at the time of payment. As a member you are required to update your account yourself if the contact information has changed. For purchased training cards that provide access to group training sessions, we reserve the right to make changes in the advertised group training schedule on an ongoing basis. Such changes to the offer do not give the right to complain about the service or demand repayment.
5. Right of withdrawal and open purchase
As a customer, you have the right to cancel your purchase within 14 days after you have made the purchase. The right of withdrawal can only be used if the training card has never been used for booking or participation on a passport. For all purchases on the website, SSIF follows the Distance and Home Sales Act (2005: 59). To take advantage of the opportunity for repurchase, you should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. State the personal identification number and the service that is intended.
5.1 Right of withdrawal when purchasing a training card
In accordance with the Distance and Home Sales Act, you have the right to cancel your purchase of training cards within 14 days from the time of purchase. However, you cannot undo the purchase of a training card if you have started using the service. The use of a training card is considered to have begun when you have logged in and booked you into a training session for which the training card is authorized.
5.2 Right of withdrawal when purchasing membership
If you no longer wish to be a member of SSIF, you can request withdrawal by emailing your name and personal number to email@example.com. The membership of SSIF is considered to commence at the same time as payment takes place, and the membership fee can therefore not be refunded.
5.3 Right of withdrawal when buying a course (Small Group Training)
For cancellation of courses (Small Group Training) that fall outside the right of withdrawal within the Distance and Home Sales Act, SSIF applies the following cancellation policy:
- In case of cancellation that takes place more than 14 days before the start of the course, the customer receives a full refund.
- In case of cancellation that occurs when 14 or fewer days remain until the start of the course no refund is received.
5.4 Course canceled
Until the advertised start date, we reserve the right to cancel a course (Small Group Training). If this happens, this is notified to the customer in writing and the customer receives a full refund.
5.5 Repayment obligation
If you exercise your right of withdrawal, we will refund the agreed amount as soon as possible or no later than 30 days from the day we received the repurchase. See also the Distance and Home Sales Act (2005: 59).
6. Illness and accidents
In the event of illness / accident / pregnancy which makes it impossible for the customer to continue to use the purchased service during the term, the SSIF may waive the above stated conditions for cancellation and repayment. The disease / accident / pregnancy must be substantiated by a medical certificate where it is clear that it is not possible to carry out the activity. In such a case, SSIF repays a sum corresponding to the part remaining of the purchased service, calculated from the date of issue of the medical certificate. However, no refund can be made retroactively after the termination period expires. Membership fee is not refundable.
7. Personal data processing
8. Contact and complaints
Contact and complaints are most easily handled via our office firstname.lastname@example.org
10. Force Majeure
Force Majeure such as war, extensive labor conflict, blockade, fire, environmental catastrophe, serious contagion or other extent that party does not have and prevents party from fulfilling its obligations and releasing party from it. Such exemption is subject to the condition that the business cannot be conducted under these conditions either. The counterparty shall be immediately informed of any circumstances which may apply this provision.
11. Change of contract terms
After the customer has completed a purchase, SSIF does not have the right to change the terms of the current purchase unless otherwise agreed.
12. Disputes & Laws
Swedish law shall apply to all purchases under these contract terms. Disputes about purchases under these contract terms shall be exclusively examined by Swedish public court.
Parties and responsibilities for processing your personal data
Why do we process your personal data?
In order for the association to be able to conduct its business, personal data is processed for various purposes linked to the business. The association deals with personal data for administering ongoing association activities (eg training activities and member meetings), communicating with the members (calls for activities, information about cancellations etc.) and managing member-related financial transactions (membership fees and competition fees etc.). The association also deals with personal data in order to apply for grants from, for example, the National Sports Association and the City of Stockholm, which is the association's home municipality. The association is responsible for the personal data processing of the personal data that takes place at:
- Management of membership in the association
- association Management
- Participation in the association's training activities
- Participation in the association's competition activities
- License Management
- Application for a grant
- Compilation of statistics and follow-up
- Courses arranged by the association
- Contact with member
- Visit our website
- Publishing of material on website and social media
What do we share personal information with?
The data will not be transferred to third countries and your personal data will not be subject to automated decision making. If the association has to share your personal data with third countries at any one occasion, you will be particularly informed of this. For example, it may be relevant when / if you are registered for a competition in a third country.
What legal reason do we have for personal data processing?
The association has below compiled the legal basis for the processing of personal data that takes place within the association's activities:
- Management of membership in the association Agreement
- association Management Agreement
- Participation in the association's training activities Agreement
- License Management Agreement
- Participation in the association's competition activities Agreement
- Application for a grant Legal obligation
- Compilation of statistics and follow-up General interest
- Courses arranged by the association General interest in state-funded education, otherwise consent
- Contact with the association Balancing of interests
- Visit our website Balancing of interests
- Publishing of material on website and social media Balance of interest and sometimes consent
How long do we save your personal data?
The association will carry out an assessment annually if the purpose of processing the personal data remains. Unless the purposes of processing the personal data remain, the data will be deleted. In accordance with RF's code of conduct for personal data, personal information about a member is saved for a maximum of 24 months after the membership has ended. What rights do you have? You who have registered in the association have several rights that you should know about. You have the right to obtain a registry extract regarding the association's processing of your personal data. At the request of the registry extract, the association must provide you with a copy of the personal data that is being processed. For any additional copies you request, the association may charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs. In some cases you also have the right to data portability of your personal data. You have the right to have your personal data corrected if they are incorrect, incomplete or misleading and the right to limit the processing of the personal data until they are changed. Under certain circumstances you have the right to be deleted:
- If the data is no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected
- If the treatment is based on the individual's consent and you withdraw the consent
- If the treatment is for direct marketing and you oppose the processing of the data
- If you oppose personal data processing that takes place within the framework of the exercise of authority or after a balance of interests and there are no legitimate reasons that outweigh your interests
- If the personal data has been treated illegally
- If deletion is required to fulfill a legal obligation
- If the personal data relates to children and has been collected in connection with the child creating a profile in a social network
You also have the right to withdraw a consent, automatically oppose decision-making, profiling and objecting to direct marketing. You may at any time exercise your rights by requesting access to and rectification or deletion of personal data, request limitation of treatment or object to treatment. Furthermore, you have the right to lodge a complaint regarding the association's processing of personal data to the Data Inspection, visit www.datainspektionen.se. More information on how the association works to safeguard your rights can be found in RF's Guidelines to safeguard the rights of individuals, which can be found on RF's website
If you want to know more
If you have questions about the association's personal data processing or want to exercise your rights, please contact the association at email@example.com.
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