OTI Group Training Facilities Rental Agreement

This Training Facilities Rental Agreement (the "Agreement") is entered by you and between OTI Group (hereinafter referred to as "we," "us," or "OTI Group") and the individual or entity (hereinafter referred to as "you" or "the Renter"). This Agreement governs the rental of our training facilities located at OTI Group Head Offices at Giannou Kranidioti 107, 2232, Latsia, Nicosia, Cyprus.

1. Rental Period and Usage

1.1. The rental period for our training facilities is available in blocks of 3 hours or longer. You may book multiple dates or opt for a one-day up to 9-hour rental.

1.2. The training facilities may be used solely for educational and training purposes. Any other use of the facilities must be explicitly approved by OTI Group in writing.

2. Booking and Payment

2.1. To book the training facilities, you must complete our booking process, which may include providing payment information and agreeing to these terms and conditions.

2.2. Payment for the rental is due in full at the time of booking. OTI Group reserves the right to refuse access to the training facilities if payment is not received.

2.3. Prices for rental periods are outlined in our current pricing schedule, which may be subject to change. The pricing schedule in effect at the time of booking will apply.

3. Cancellation Policy

3.1. If you need to cancel a booking, please notify us at least 72 hours before the scheduled rental period to receive a full refund.

3.2. Cancellations made within 72 hours of the scheduled rental period are non-refundable.

4. Damages and Liability

4.1. You are responsible for any damage caused to the training facilities, equipment, or any other property owned or operated by OTI Group during your rental period. This includes but is not limited to damage to furniture, fixtures, audio-visual equipment, and any other assets within the training room.

4.2. OTI Group reserves the right to charge you for the cost of repairing or replacing any damaged items or property.

5. Equipment and Supplies

5.1. Unless otherwise specified, the rental of our training facilities does not include any equipment or supplies. You are responsible for providing any necessary equipment, materials, or supplies for your training sessions.

6. Conduct and Rules

6.1. You and your attendees must adhere to all rules and regulations established by OTI Group during the rental period.

6.2. Inappropriate behavior, disruptive activities, or any violation of our rules and regulations may result in immediate termination of the rental period, with no refund provided.

7. Security Deposit

7.1. OTI Group may require a security deposit in advance of the rental period. This deposit will be refunded to you within [number of days] days after the conclusion of the rental period, provided there are no damages or breaches of this Agreement.

8. Termination of Agreement

8.1. OTI Group reserves the right to terminate this Agreement and the rental of our training facilities at any time for any reason, including but not limited to violation of our rules, non-payment, or disruptive behaviour.

9. Governing Law

9.1. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of [Jurisdiction], without regard to its conflict of law principles.

10. Entire Agreement

10.1. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding between the parties regarding the rental of our training facilities and supersedes all prior negotiations, understandings, and agreements, whether written or oral.

By booking our training facilities, you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agree to abide by the terms and conditions outlined in this Agreement. Failure to comply with these terms may result in the termination of your rental period without a refund.

Guest Post Agreement

OTI Group welcomes articles related to employment, career advice and tips and other issues relating to employment and the labour market, opportunities for job seekers and youth, or any other subject as long as it follows the mission(s), and principles of OTI Group or any of its Subsidiaries (hereafter as OTI Group). OTI Group will have the final say on all content published on OTI Group sites. We welcome articles that cover tips, resources and advice on Environment, Community, Innovation, Education and Employability.

By submitting an article for consideration, you consent to exclusive publication by OTI Group and consent to the following simple rules and terms.

All submissions must comply with the following criteria & terms by using this form.

    1. Articles must be original works that have not been previously published on any website, forum, chat or social media site.
    2. Content must be your own work. Plagiarism or copyright infringement is not permitted.
    3. When quoting others, please cite the source.
    4. Once the post has been submitted, you may not publish it anywhere else online, in part or in whole, (except your own website as stated below). Only approved articles will be notified within 2 weeks of submission via email. After that date, If you have not received a response then you may publish it elsewhere.
    5. You may promote your Article on your own website or other social media channels and forums via a link to the article on OTI Group Sites that will be sent to you once published.
    6. Article writers may submit a short bio (50 words or less) if one is to be included. The Writer may provide a photo but it is not guaranteed to be included and it is optional. Depending on the site we may not provide a bio for Article Writers.
    7. Articles may include any affiliate links only after they have been preapproved.
    8. OTI Group reserves the right to add its own affiliate links where appropriate.
    9. The Article writer shall not be entitled to any compensation from OTI Group for writing the post or for any revenue generated from affiliate links if included other than any third-party links added according to points 7, 15, and 17.
    10. Articles shall include images under the following circumstances: 
      • OTI Group is not responsible for acquiring all images/videos and necessary permissions for the use of said images in the article. Any and all images submitted for use by the Article Writer are subject to inclusion at the sole discretion of OTI Group.
      • The Article Writer may supply images for use on the blog if they are the copyright holder of the image and can provide evidence of copyright or royalty-free evidence. In the event this evidence cannot be provided, no images provided by Article writers shall be used.
    1. Article writers will receive the writing credit as the author of their article if they choose to do so.
    2. All articles will receive at least one (1) link to the writer’s website. If the writer does not have a website, one (1) link will be provided to either social media channel link. If the writer has no profile for linking, only the name will be provided.
    3. OTI Group will promote the Article on a variety of social media networks but does not guarantee any particular site or reach.
    4. OTI Group does not permit links to the writer’s website within the post unless it is directly related and relevant to the topic.
    5. Links to third-party sites shall be approved by OTI Group and must be relevant to the topic.
    6. All SEO anchor text or tags will be reviewed and subject to inclusion at the discretion of OTI Group.
    7. Excessive links or links that appear to be affiliates or spam will be removed at the discretion of OTI Group.
    8. All Articles will be reviewed and approved by OTI Group prior to posting.
    9. OTI Group reserves the right to edit posts where necessary to ensure the post is consistent with the values of OTI Group.
    10. OTI Group will review any material changes made prior to publication.
    11. OTI Group reserves the right to refuse publication or remove the article without prior notice to the guest writer.
    12. By providing an Article to OTI Group, you agree you are not becoming part of the website or the websites nor shall you hold yourself out to be a member of the OTI Group websites.
    13. OTI Group reserves the right to refuse publication of any post that appears to have been submitted for the purpose of advertising a business or service unless previously agreed to with OTI Group.
    14. A payment receipt (as a donation to any of our causes) according to the pricelist of the website(s) you would like your article to be hosted. (payments are renewed annually)
    15. E&OA

By submitting an article for publication on OTI Group, you agree that you have read this Article Agreement and agree to be bound by it.

Cookies Policy

Cookies & other storage technologies
Cookies are small pieces of text used to store information on web browsers. Cookies are used to store and receive identifiers and other information on computers, phones and other devices. Other technologies, including data that we store on your web browser or device, identifiers associated with your device and other software, are used for similar purposes. This policy refers to all of these technologies as “cookies”.

We use cookies if you use the OTI Products & Services ("Services"), including our website and apps, or visit other websites and apps that use the OTI Products & Services. Cookies enable OTI Group to offer the OTI Products & Services to you and to understand the information that we receive about you, including information about your use of other websites and apps, and whether or not you are registered or logged in.

This policy explains how we use cookies and the choices you have. Except as otherwise stated in this policy, the Data Policy will apply to our processing of the data that we collect via cookies.
Why do we use cookies?
Cookies help us provide, protect and improve the OTI Products & Services, such as by personalising content, tailoring and measuring ads, and providing a safer experience. The cookies that we use include session cookies, which are deleted when you close your browser, and persistent cookies, which stay in your browser until they expire or you delete them. While the cookies that we use may change from time to time as we improve and update the OTI Products & Services, we use them for the following purposes:
We use cookies to verify your account and determine when you’re logged in so that we can make it easier for you to access the OTI Products & Services and show you the appropriate experience and features.
For example: We use cookies to keep you logged in as you navigate between pages. Cookies also help us remember your browser so you don't have to keep logging in to Services and so you can more easily log in to Services via third-party apps and websites. For example, we use the "c_user" and "xs" cookies, including for this purpose, which have a lifespan of 365 days or less.
Security, site and product integrity
We use cookies to help us keep your account, data and the OTI Products & Services safe and secure.
For example: Cookies can help us identify and impose additional security measures when someone may be attempting to access a Services account without authorisation, for instance, by rapidly guessing different passwords. We also use cookies to store information that allows us to recover your account in the event that you forget your password or to require additional authentication if you tell us that your account has been hacked. This includes, for example, our "sb" and "dbln" cookies, which enable us to identify your browser securely.
We also use cookies to combat activity that violates our policies or otherwise degrades our ability to provide the OTI Products & Services.
For example: Cookies help us fight spam and phishing attacks by enabling us to identify computers that are used to create large numbers of fake Services accounts. We also use cookies to detect computers infected with malware and to take steps to prevent them from causing further harm. Our "csrf" cookie, for example, helps us prevent cross-site request forgery attacks. Cookies also help us prevent underage people from registering for Services accounts.
Advertising, recommendations, insights and measurement
We use cookies to help us show ads and to make recommendations for businesses and other organisations to people who may be interested in the products, services or causes they promote.
For example: Cookies allow us to help deliver ads to people who have previously visited a business’s website, purchased its products or used its apps and to recommend products and services based on that activity. Cookies also allow us to limit the number of times that you see an ad so you don’t see the same ad over and over again. For example, the "fr" cookie is used to deliver, measure and improve the relevancy of ads, with a lifespan of 90 days or less.
We also use cookies to help measure the performance of ad campaigns for businesses that use the OTI Products & Services.
For example: We use cookies to count the number of times that an ad is shown and to calculate the cost of those ads. We also use cookies to measure how often people do things, such as make a purchase following an ad impression. For example, the "_fbp" cookie identifies browsers for the purposes of providing advertising and site analytics services and has a lifespan of 90 days.
Cookies help us serve and measure ads across different browsers and devices used by the same person.
For example: We can use cookies to prevent you from seeing the same ad over and over again across the different devices that you use.
Cookies also allow us to provide insights about the people who use the OTI Products & Services, as well as the people who interact with the ads, websites and apps of our advertisers and the businesses that use the OTI Products & Services.
For example: We use cookies to help businesses understand the kinds of people who like their Services Page or use their apps so that they can provide more relevant content and develop features that are likely to be interesting to their customers.
We also use cookies, such as our "oo" cookie, which has a lifespan of five years, to help you opt out of seeing ads from OTI Group based on your activity on third-party websites. Learn more about the information we receive, how we decide which ads to show you on and off the OTI Products & Services and the controls that are available to you.
Site features and services
We use cookies to enable the functionality that helps us provide the OTI Products & Services.
For example: Cookies help us store preferences, know when you’ve seen or interacted with OTI Products & Services’ content and provide you with customised content and experiences. For instance, cookies allow us to make suggestions to you and others, and to customise content on third-party sites that integrate our social plugins. If you are a Services Page administrator, cookies allow you to switch between posting from your personal Services account and the Services Page. We use cookies such as the session-based "presence" cookie to support your use of Messenger chat windows.
We also use cookies to help provide you with content relevant to your locale.
For example: We store information in a cookie that is placed on your browser or device so that you will see the site in your preferred language.
We use cookies to provide you with the best experience possible.
For example: Cookies help us route traffic between servers and understand how quickly OTI Products & Services load for different people. Cookies also help us record the ratio and dimensions of your screen and windows and know whether you’ve enabled high-contrast mode, so that we can render our sites and apps correctly. For example, we set the "dpr" and "wd" cookies, each with a lifespan of 7 days, for purposes including to deliver an optimal experience for your device’s screen.
Analytics and research
We use cookies to better understand how people use the OTI Products & Services so that we can improve them.
For example: Cookies can help us understand how people use the Services service, analyse which parts of our Products people find most useful and engaging, and identify features that could be improved.
Third-party websites and apps
Our business partners may also choose to share information with OTI Group from cookies set in their own websites' domains, whether or not you have a Services account or are logged in. Specifically, cookies named _fbc or _fbp may be set on the domain of the business partner whose site you're visiting. Unlike cookies that are set on OTI Group's own domains, these cookies aren’t accessible by OTI Group when you're on a site other than the one on which they were set, including when you are on one of our domains. They serve the same purposes as cookies set in OTI Group's own domain, which are to personalise content (including ads), measure ads, produce analytics and provide a safer experience, as set out in this Cookies Policy.
Where do we use cookies?
We may place cookies on your computer or device and receive information stored in cookies when you use or visit:

  • Products provided by other members of the OTI Group Companies; and
  • Websites and apps provided by other companies that use the OTI Products & Services, including companies that incorporate OTI Group technologies into their websites and apps. OTI Group uses cookies and receives information when you visit those sites and apps, including device information and information about your activity, without any further action from you. This occurs whether or not you have a Services account or are logged in.
Do other Companies use cookies in connection with the OTI Products & Services?
Yes, other companies use cookies on the OTI Products & Services to provide advertising, measurement, marketing and analytics services to us, and to provide certain features and improve our services for you.

For example, other companies’ cookies help tailor ads off of OTI Products & Services, measure their performance and effectiveness and support marketing and analytics. Certain features on the OTI Products & Services use cookies from other companies to function, for example, certain maps, payment and security features. Learn more about the companies that use cookies on the OTI Products & Services.

Third party companies also use cookies on their own sites and apps in connection with the OTI Products & Services. To understand how other companies use cookies, please review their policies.
How can you control your Information?
We use cookies to help personalise and improve content and services, provide a safer experience and to show you useful and relevant ads on and off OTI Products & Services. You can control how we use data to show you ads and more by using the tools described below.
If you have a Services account:
  • You can manage your Cookie Settings to control our cookies on other apps and websites, and cookies from other companies on the OTI Products & Services.
  • You can use your ad preferences to learn why you’re seeing a particular ad and control how we use information that we collect to show you ads.
  • To show you better ads, we use data that advertisers and other partners provide us about your activity off OTI Group Company Products, including websites and apps. You can control whether we use this data to show you ads in your ad settings.
  • The OTI Group Audience Network is a way for advertisers to show you ads in apps and websites off the OTI Group Company Products. One of the ways that Audience Network shows relevant ads is by using your ad preferences to determine which ads you may be interested in seeing. You can control this in your ad settings.
  • You can review your Off-Services activity, which is a summary of activity that businesses and organisations share with us about your interactions with them, such as visiting their apps or websites. They use our business tools, such as OTI Group Pixel, to share this information with us. This helps us do things like give you a more personalised experience on OTI Products & Services. Learn more about off-Services activity, how we use it and how you can manage it.
You can opt out of seeing online interest-based ads from OTI Group and other participating companies through the Digital Advertising Alliance in the US, the Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada in Canada or the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance in Europe or through your mobile device settings, where available, using Android, iOS 13 or an earlier version of iOS. Please note that ad blockers and tools that restrict our cookie use may interfere with these controls.
More information about online advertising:
The advertising companies we work with generally use cookies and similar technologies as part of their services. To learn more about how advertisers generally use cookies and the choices they offer, you can review the following resources:
Browser cookie controls:
In addition, your browser or device may offer settings that allow you to choose whether browser cookies are set and to delete them. These controls vary by browser, and manufacturers may change both the settings they make available and how they work at any time. As of 23 June 2021, you may find additional information about the controls offered by popular browsers at the links below. Certain parts of the OTI Products & Services may not work properly if you have disabled browser cookie use. Please be aware that these controls are distinct from the controls that we offer you.

Date of last revision: 21 June 2022

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy (EDI)

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Policy (EDI)


OTI was founded upon the principles of power-sharing, equality, diversity, inclusion and involvement in youth and adult education, dignity and respect. Every aspect, the social enterprise we offer and create is guided by these principles and all our project ideas are driven and quality controlled by our users.

We take matters of equality and diversity extremely seriously whether these relate to

our project and service delivery, recruitment and training.

1. Introduction

The Equality and Diversity Policy covers all OTI employees, volunteers, interns, board members and users irrespective of their status, level or grade. The Policy provides guidance only. It applies but is not limited to, advertising of jobs, recruitment and selection, training and development, opportunities for promotion, conditions of service, benefits and facilities and pay, health and safety and conduct at work, grievance and disciplinary procedures and termination of employment, including redundancy. However, neither this Policy nor any part of its contents forms part of any employee’s contract of employment. OTI may alter, add to or depart from this Policy at any time at its discretion. It is important that you read this Policy carefully and comply with its terms.

2. Policy statement

OTI is an equal opportunities organisation committed to actively preventing all forms of discrimination and promoting equality, diversity and mutual respect in its policies, practices and procedures and in those areas in which it has a material degree of influence. This applies to OTI’s relationships with its employees and other workers and in its business dealings with its service users. OTI aims to create a working environment in which all individuals who work for OTI are able to make the best use of their skills, free from discrimination or harassment, and in which all decisions are based on merit.


OTI aims to treat everyone with the same attention, courtesy and respect and not to discriminate or harass unlawfully because of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy, maternity, race, racial group, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation, trade union membership or part-time or fixed-term status (“Prohibited Grounds”). Reasonable adjustments are made where necessary and appropriate in the case of employees who are disabled. You are also referred to the Protection from Harassment Policy, which sets out OTI’s position on bullying and harassment and gives guidance on what you should do if you consider you are or have been bullied or harassed.

3. Forms of Discrimination

Discrimination may be direct or indirect and it may occur intentionally or unintentionally. Direct discrimination occurs when someone is put at a disadvantage for a reason related to one or more of the Prohibited Grounds set out in part b. above. For example, rejecting an applicant because it is considered they would not "fit in" because of their race would almost always be direct discrimination. Indirect discrimination occurs when an individual is subject to a provision, criterion or practice which puts that individual at a particular disadvantage because of one of the Prohibited Grounds (for example, their sex or race) and the employer cannot objectively justify that provision, criterion or practice (for a reason unconnected with the individual’s sex or race) as a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim of the employer. Discrimination can also take the form of victimisation (which occurs when an employee suffers less favourable treatment because of action taken to assert legal rights against discrimination or to assist a colleague in that connection) and harassment (see the Protection from Harassment Policy).

4. Employment

General statement

OTI aims to be an equal opportunity employer. This Policy covers all aspects of employment, including vacancy advertising, selection recruitment, terms and conditions9of employment, access to training opportunities, access to promotion, conditions of service, benefits and facilities and pay, health and safety, conduct at work, grievance and disciplinary processes, termination of employment and any other employment-related activities.

Terms of Employment, Benefits, Facilities and Conditions of Service

OTI aims to treat all employees and other workers equally irrespective of personal characteristics and to create a working environment which is free from unlawful discrimination and harassment and which respects, where appropriate, the diversity in the backgrounds and beliefs of employees and other workers. Terms and conditions for employees and any other workers will comply with all current and any future anti-discrimination legislation and associated codes of practice, including but not limited to the Equality Act 2010, and any relevant amendments or re-enactments of such legislation or codes or replacements (together with the “Anti-Discrimination Legislation”).

Provision of working hours, maternity and other leave arrangements, performance appraisal systems, dress code, bonus schemes and any other conditions of employment will not discriminate unlawfully against any of its employees or other workers on any Prohibited Ground were to do so is not permitted by law. Where appropriate and necessary, OTI will endeavour to provide appropriate facilities and conditions of service which take into account the specific needs of its employees which arise from their ethnic or cultural background; gender; responsibilities as carers; disability; religion or belief; or sexual orientation. OTI endeavours to review all terms of employment, benefits, facilities and conditions of service from time to time. If a change occurs in an employee’s abilities or caring responsibilities which is likely to affect their work, the line manager should be notified as soon as possible, and adjustments will be made where practical and reasonable.

Promotion, Transfer and Training

OTI aims to provide promotion opportunities within OTI. OTI aims to ensure that all of its employees have equal access to training and other career development opportunities appropriate to their experience and abilities.

OTI aims to regularly monitor the composition and movement of employees at different levels to ensure equality of opportunity at all levels of OTI. Where appropriate, OTI aims to identify and remove unnecessary or unjustifiable barriers and to provide appropriate facilities and conditions of service to meet the special needs of disadvantaged or under-represented groups. OTI aims to regularly review conditions of service, benefits and facilities to ensure that they are available to all employees who should have access to them and that there are no unlawful obstacles to accessing them.

5. Disability Discrimination

Any employee who is disabled, or becomes disabled whilst in the employment of OTI is encouraged to tell OTI about their condition. This is to enable OTI to provide as much support as possible. Any employee of OTI who is disabled should advise their line manager of any proposals for reasonable adjustments to their working conditions or the duties of their job that they consider necessary, or which would assist them in the performance of their duties. Their line manager may wish to consult with them and with their medical adviser(s) about possible adjustments. OTI aims to ensure that careful consideration is given to any such proposals to accommodate them where practicable and proportionate to the needs of the job. Nevertheless, there may be circumstances where OTI will not be in a position to accommodate the suggested adjustments.

OTI aims to monitor the physical features of its premises to consider whether they place disabled employees of OTI, other workers, partners, clients or visitors at a substantial disadvantage. Where possible, practicable and proportionate, OTI will take steps to improve access for such disabled persons.

6. Activities and Service Users

OTI is committed to countering disadvantages and treating all users and prospective users equally. Practical measures are taken to enable representatives and members of local organisations to attend OTI events and participate if sufficient notice is given and funds are available. Services will be publicised in a variety of ways and places. Publicity materials will be, as far as possible, clear, simple and widely accessible.  In addition, where necessary and where it is permitted by the Anti-Discrimination Legislation (for example, provisions relating to positive action or exemptions), OTI will seek to provide services which meet the specific needs and requests arising from service users’ particular circumstances or characteristics in terms of age, ethnic or cultural background, gender, responsibilities as carers, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation or other relevant factors. The Executive Director, under the guidance of the Board, review and monitor the overall balance of services, and seek to ensure that these meet the changing needs of, and opportunities available to, the people and organisations OTI serves. All employees are responsible for planning and monitoring the services for which they are responsible to ensure that these are responsive to users’ needs and not discriminatory, and must report any areas where action or further funding is required to the Executive Director.

7. Implementing this Policy

Acts of discrimination or harassment of any of OTI’s employees on any of the Prohibited Grounds by employees or other workers may result in disciplinary action (or other appropriate action where the Disciplinary and Dismissal Procedure does not apply). Acts of discrimination or harassment on any of the Prohibited Grounds by third parties acting on behalf of OTI may lead to appropriate action including termination of services where appropriate.

8. Complaints of Discrimination

Any employee who believes that they may have been disadvantaged on any of the Prohibited Grounds listed in part b above is encouraged to raise the matter through OTI’s Grievance Procedure. If you believe that you may have been harassed on any of the Prohibited Grounds, you are encouraged to raise the matter through OTI’s Protection from Harassment Policy. Allegations regarding potential breaches of this Policy will be treated in confidence as far as possible and OTI aims to investigate allegations in accordance with the relevant procedure. Employees who make allegations in good faith will not be victimised or treated less favourably as a result. False allegations of a breach of this Policy which are found to have been made in bad faith may, however, be dealt with under OTI’s Disciplinary and Dismissal Procedure. If, after investigation, you are found or believed to have harassed any of OTI’s employees, other workers, or any other person including OTI’s visitors, customers and suppliers, on any of the Prohibited Grounds or otherwise act in breach of this Policy, you may be subject to disciplinary action. In serious cases, such behaviour may constitute gross misconduct and, as such, may result in summary dismissal.

9. Monitoring Equal Opportunities

OTI will aim to monitor the effects of selection decisions and personnel practices and procedures on a regular basis in order to assess whether the equal opportunity is being achieved. OTI will, from time to time, review: • the composition of the workforce of the organisation and changes in distribution over periods of time; and • the selection criteria and personnel procedures to ensure that they do not include requirements or conditions which constitute, or may lead to, indirect or direct discrimination.

Terms of Use

Conditions of Use
Terms and Conditions of User Agreement

We maintain this web site as a service to our customers, and by using our site you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the following terms of use. Please review the following terms and conditions carefully, and check them periodically for changes. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions, you should not review information or obtain projects, events and other happenings, services or projects, events and other happenings from this site.



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  11. Third-Party Services. We allow access to or advertise third-party merchant sites ("Merchants") from which you may purchase or otherwise obtain certain projects, events and other happenings or services. You understand that we do not operate or control the projects, events and other happenings or services offered by Merchants. Merchants are responsible for all aspects of order processing, fulfillment, billing and customer service. We are not a party to the transactions entered into between you and Merchants. YOU AGREE THAT USE OF SUCH MERCHANTS IS AT YOUR SOLE RISK AND IS WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND BY US, EXPRESSED, IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF TITLE, FITNESS FOR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY OR NON-INFRINGEMENT UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE WE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN YOU AND MERCHANTS OR FOR ANY INFORMATION APPEARING ON MERCHANT SITES OR ANY OTHER SITE LINKED TO OUR SITE.
  12. Third-Party Merchant Policies. All rules, policies (including privacy policies) and operating procedures of Merchants will apply to you while on such sites. We are not responsible for information provided by you to Merchants. We and the Merchants are independent contractors and neither party has authority to make any representations or commitments on behalf of the other.
  13. Privacy Policy. Our Privacy Policy, as it may change from time to time, is a part of this Agreement.
  14. Payments. You represent and warrant that if you are purchasing something from us or from our Merchants that (i) any credit card information you supply is true, correct and complete, (i) charges incurred by you will be honored by your credit card company, and (iii) you will pay the charges incurred by you at the posted prices, including any shipping fees and applicable taxes.
  15. Securities Laws. This Site may include statements concerning our operations, prospects, strategies, financial condition, future economic performance and demand for our projects, events and other happenings or services, as well as our intentions, plans and objectives that are forward-looking statements. These statements are based upon a
    number of assumptions and estimates which are subject to significant uncertainties, many of which are beyond our control. When used on our Site, words like "anticipates," "expects," "believes," "estimates," "seeks," "plans," "intends" and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements designed to fall within securities law safe harbors for forward-looking statements. The Site and the information contained herein does not constitute an offer or a solicitation of an offer for sale of any securities. None of the information contained herein is intended to be, and shall not be deemed to be, incorporated into any of our securities-related filings or documents.
  16. Links to Other Web Sites. The Site contains links to other Web sites. We are not responsible for the content, accuracy or opinions express in such Web sites, and such Web sites are not investigated, monitored or checked for accuracy or completeness by us. Inclusion of any linked Web site on our Site does not imply approval or endorsement of the linked Web site by us. If you decide to leave our Site and access these third-party sites, you do so at your own risk.
  17. Submissions. All suggestions, ideas, notes, concepts and other information you may from time to time send to us (collectively, "Submissions") shall be deemed and shall remain our sole property and shall not be subject to any obligation of confidence on our part. Without limiting the foregoing, we shall be deemed to own all known and hereafter existing rights of every kind and nature regarding the Submissions and shall be entitled to unrestricted use of the Submissions for any purpose, without compensation to the provider of the Submissions.
  18. Return Policy.
    As it is not out normal practice to implement projects, events and other happenings online, the return policy of all good sold will be dependent on the return policy of the supplier of the product
  20. Lapsed Accounts: In order to keep “OTI GROUP” participation roster current, if a participant/applicant does not access his or her account for a period of “180” days or more, “OTI GROUP” may, in its sole discretion, terminate such participant/applicant's account. “OTI GROUP” will endeavor to notify a participant/applicant of “OTI GROUP” intent to terminate such participant/applicant's account by notice to such participant/applicant's provided email address at least “THIRTY” days prior to deactivation. If the participant/applicant fails to respond to such email notice with “THIRTY” days after the day it is sent by “OTI GROUP”, such participant/applicant's account will be terminated as noted above. Therefore, “OTI GROUP” strongly recommends that all participant/applicants keep their accounts and contact data current and in use. While “OTI GROUP” desires to prevent active accounts from being terminated prematurely, “OTI GROUP” has no obligation to maintain accounts that appear to “OTI GROUP” to have been abandoned. Each participant/applicant agrees that failure to access his or her account for “180” days or more therefore be terminated. Conclusively indicates that such participant/applicant's account has been abandoned and that the account may be terminated.
  21. Verify participant/applicants' Address: “OTI GROUP” reserves the right to contact a participant/applicant via email to verify the accuracy of account information (including the participant/applicant's correct name and address) that is needed to provide the participant/applicant with the information he or she requested from “OTI GROUP”.







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