Terms of use


Reeply is a digital platform (‘Reeply‘) provided by Webdesign Managers (‘Operator‘) by means of a mobile app and web browser, which is intended to serve the professional networking of registered members for the purpose of establishing contacts for finding talent and professional employment, start-up promotions, investor programmes, online challenges and competitions (‘Opportunities‘). The following User Agreement including the attachments designated as such (“Contract“) is intended to conclusively regulate the legal framework conditions for the free use of Reeply by the members registered as users (“Users“). The Operator and the User are each also referred to therein as a “Party” or jointly as “Parties“.




  1. Basics of the use of Reeply

    1. Reeply aims to create a digital space where companies can search for talented users by hosting opportunities or browsing public job applications, and where users can showcase their skills and interests to attract potential employers.


    2. Legal obligation

      By registering as described in section 2.1, the User agrees to enter into a legally binding agreement with the Operator on the terms of this Agreement. The Agreement constitutes the only agreement between the parties relating to Reeply and supersedes all prior agreements in this regard. The Agreement shall remain in force until terminated by either party as described in clause 2.2.


    3. Subject matter of the contract

      Reeply aims to create a digital space where businesses can search for talented users by hosting opportunities or browsing public applications, and where users can showcase their skills and interests to attract potential employers. For this purpose, Reeply allows members registered as business customers (“Business Customer“) to post opportunities without any separate technical implementation and thereby connect candidate applicants from among the users. Reeply offers various features to facilitate this connection, including video applications, opportunity feeds, and cross-platform compatibility. In the context of opportunities, questions can be posed specifically to future candidates, which they can then answer as part of their application. For this purpose, users have access to a mobile app-based application process in which applications can be recorded and uploaded to Reeply. The user can make the application privately accessible to the respective business customer who is advertising the job. In addition, the application can also be made available for public viewing on Reeply for all registered members. This makes it even easier for business customers to view applications on Reeply via the Discovery Feed in order to find suitable applicants. For other users, the publicly accessible applications in the Discovery Feed can also serve as inspiration for their own applications. Online challenges and competitions can be offered to users on Reeply. Further details of the challenges described here can be found in Appendix 1 (link). These challenges and competitions may have specific rules and guidelines, the scope of which is at the discretion of the creators. 

In addition, Reeply offers other typical uses of a digital network. For example, the creation of a member profile, a follow option, chat communication, posting and commenting on posts and joining groups are made available to business customers and users for networking purposes. The subject matter of this contract is the provision or use of the aforementioned functions of Reeply (“Services”) on the part of the Operator or the User.



  1. Privacy

    The user’s personal data provided will be processed by the operator exclusively in accordance with section 4.1. and for the fulfillment of legal obligations. The current version of the privacy policy for Reeply can be viewed at https://reeply.net/hr-en/privacy-policy-2/.


  2. Subject to change

    The operator has the right to change the contract for the future at any time. In doing so, the user will be informed about changes and their contents before they come into force. The user will be requested to agree to the updated terms of the contract for further use of the services when they come into force. If the user does not agree with the changes and does not consent to them, the contract between the parties can be terminated as described in section 2.2.


  1. Establishment and termination
    1. Registration

      The registration option for using the services does not constitute a legally binding offer to conclude a contract on the part of the operator, but only an invitation to submit such an offer. In order to make such an offer, registration is required. This is initiated by selecting the “Register” button and completed by clicking the “Register now” button after entering all the information marked as required. During the registration process, it is possible to check and change the information entered at any time. The forward and backward buttons serve as navigation tools. By completing the registration, a legally binding offer is made on the terms of the contract, which the operator accepts by providing the services. The operator is not obliged to accept such an offer. The contract between the parties shall only come into effect upon acceptance by the operator.


    2. Account closure

      The contractual relationship may be terminated by either party at any time by giving notice without stating a reason or observing a period of notice. The user can terminate the contract by selecting the “Close account” button in the settings or in the request in accordance with section 1.8. In the event of good cause, each party is entitled to terminate the contractual relationship at any time without notice. Reasons relevant for extraordinary termination on the part of the operator include, in particular, a violation by the user of legal regulations or obligations of the contract.


  2. Duties of the user
    1. Access to the services

      The user is obliged to provide only truthful information when registering in accordance with section 2.1. and creating his member profile. In particular, the user must use his or her current age, his or her full name and a photo of himself or herself as a profile picture. Furthermore, the user is obliged to ensure the security of his/her registration data. The user must be at least 18 years old to use Reeply’s applications and services. This age requirement is in place to ensure that Reeply’s users are mature enough to engage in professional discussions and networking activities. By accessing or using the Services, the user represents and warrants that he is at least 18 years of age and has the legal capacity to enter into a binding agreement.


    2. Injunctions

      The user must always observe the legal regulations and rights of third parties when using the services. In addition, the user must comply with the following community rules of Reeply and therefore refrain from:
  • Use Reeply and the Services for any purpose other than professional, business or vocational networking;
  • unreasonably harass other members;
  • publish and use criminal, misleading, sexual, hateful, violent, defamatory, offensive, discriminatory or otherwise objectionable content on Reeply;
  • Abusively interfere with the technical infrastructure of Reeply and the Services or use them apart from official interfaces and software;
  • to engage in anti-competitive acts;
  • infringe the intellectual property of third parties through the unauthorized use of protected content.


  1. Rights of the operator
    1. Use of information and content

      The operator is entitled to use the information and content provided by users on Reeply as follows:
  • for representation and formatting-independent reproduction on Reeply;
  • to improve the services, their provision and use.
    The user can terminate this use by removing the relevant information, deleting content or closing his account as described in section 2.2.


  1. Restriction of use

    In the event of good cause pursuant to section 2.2, the operator is entitled to restrict the use of the services for the user and to delete the user’s content on Reeply, irrespective of extraordinary termination.


  2. Change of services

    The operator reserves the right to change the services and their components at any time at its discretion. This includes both temporary and permanent discontinuation of services as well as the provision of new services.


  3. Intellectual property rights

    The operator reserves all intellectual property rights to Reeply and the services. The word mark Reeply is a registered trademark of the Operator.


  1. Liability of the operator
    1. Cases of unlimited liability

      The operator is liable without limitation for damages arising from injury to life, limb or health that are based on a breach of duty by the operator, its legal representatives or vicarious agents. The operator is also liable without limitation for damages caused intentionally or through gross negligence by the operator, its legal representatives or vicarious agents. The operator is also liable without limitation for guaranteed characteristics, fraudulent conduct and in accordance with the provisions of the Product Liability Act of the Federal Republic of Germany.


    2. Limitation of liability

      If no case of clause 5.1. exists, the operator is only liable in case of violation of a contractual obligation, the fulfilment of which enables the proper execution of the contract in the first place and on the compliance of which the user may regularly rely, and this is limited to the compensation of the foreseeable and typical damage. In all other respects, any liability of the Operator for damages, consequential damages and infringements of the User’s rights in connection with Reeply is excluded, in particular due to lost profits and business or professional opportunities, loss of data, content on Reeply or the conduct of registered members.


    3. Exclusion of warranty and guarantee

      Furthermore, the operator excludes any warranty or guarantee for the quality and reliability of the services. This applies in particular with regard to technical errors, failures and design defects which lead to an interruption or impairment of the services.


  2. Final provisions
    1. Consumer dispute resolution

      The European Commission has set up an internet platform for online dispute resolution. The platform serves as a contact point for the out-of-court settlement of disputes concerning contractual obligations arising from sales and service contracts concluded online. You can access the platform at the following link: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/. We are neither willing nor obliged to participate in a dispute resolution procedure before a consumer arbitration board.


    2. Contract text storage

      The complete text of the contract is not stored by the operator. The user can print out or electronically save the text of the contract via the browser’s print function before completing his registration.


    3. Choice of law

      This contract, including the form of its conclusion as well as all rights and obligations arising from it, is subject to the law of the Federal Republic of Germany to the exclusion of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. The mandatory consumer protection provisions of the law of the state in which a user who is also a consumer has his or her habitual residence remain unaffected.


    4. Place of jurisdiction

      If the user is also a merchant, a legal entity under public law or a special fund under public law, Bingen am Rhein in the Federal Republic of Germany shall be the exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from this contract.


    5. Contract language

      This contract is available in German and English. In the event of contradictions, the German version shall take precedence over the English version.