General terms

  1. The website operating at the address https://wemoral.com is provided by WeMoral sp. z o.o. z siedzibą w Łodzi (92-780) przy ul. Grabińskiej 22F/2, Polska, wpisana do rejestru przedsiębiorców Krajowego Rejestru Sądowego przez Sąd Rejonowy dla Łodzi – Śródmieścia w Łodzi, XX Wydział Gospodarczy KRS pod nr 0000940937, NIP 7282858021 (“Service Provider).
  2. WeMoral.com is an Internet platform providing technological solutions that enables the whistleblower to report an anonymous complaint the Employer (“Complaint”) according to the procedure provided by the Employer and enables the Employer to get access to the Complaint and to provide an answer to the Complaint.
  3. Specific terms of use of Wemoral.com by whistleblowers are set within the procedure provided by the employer (“Employer”).
  4. Every user of WeMoral.com shall be required to get acquainted with these Terms and Conditions before commencing the use of WeMoral.com and shall be obliged to comply with the provisions of these Terms and Conditions when using WeMoral.com
  5. These Terms and Conditions constitute terms and conditions referred to in Article 8 of the act on rendering electronic services.

The Service for the whistleblower

  1. As a part of the Service for the Whistleblower, the Employer enables the whistleblower submitting via WeMoral.com an anonymous Complaint.
  2. In order to create the Complaint, the Whistleblower must click a “New Case” button available on the Employer’s landing page. As part of creating the Complaint, the Whistleblower has the option to create a text message and add attachments to it. At the time of sending, the Complaint receives an individual ID number and a password to access the Complaint.
  3. Each and every activity relating to the Complaint made by the whistleblower after the Complaint was sent, relates to the individual ID of the Complaint.
  4. The Whistleblower is able to check the current status of the Complaint, including reading an Employer’s response, after he provides an individual ID of the Complaint and the password in a dedicated place at Employer’s landing page in WeMoral.com domain.
  5. The Complaint is anonymised, which means that all data that may be used to determine the identity or location of the Whistleblower are deleted, and the Employer has access to the anonymised Report, without any personal data of the Whistleblower (unless the whistleblower himself places such data in the Complaint content).
  6. Complaints are encrypted.

General terms of use of WeMoral.com

  1. Whistleblowers are obliged to use WeMoral.com in accordance with the provisions of law in force, principles of social coexistence, good practice, the provisions of these Terms and Conditions and generally accepted rules of conduct on the Internet.
  2. Service Provider will make every effort to ensure that WeMoral.com operates in a continuous manner, however, it warns that technical breaks may occur in the operation of WeMoral.com resulting from the need to carry out maintenance, modernization or service activities, as well as for other reasons beyond the control of Service Provider (e.g. force majeure, acts or omission of third parties for whom the WeMoral.com is not responsible), of which he shall inform the Users as far as technically possible in an available manner and in an appropriate advance, if it is possible.
  3. Service Provider warns that the materials provided on WeMoral.com, that do not come from the whistleblowers or Employer, are protected by copyrights, and thus are protected by the relevant provisions of law on copyright and related rights.
  4. The Service Provider's liability related to the use of WeMoral.com by whistleblowers is excluded to the extent permitted by applicable law.

Final provisions

  1. Version of the terms and conditions: Terms and Conditions of 03.03.2022
  2. Service Provider reserves the right to amend the Terms and Conditions for important reasons.
  3. The provision of Services under these Terms and Conditions is subject to Polish law, which does not deprive the Consumers of their rights under the mandatory provisions of law of the country of their permanent residence.