Recommend a friend

Organized by Atlantic Education Service Ltd

Starting on July 1, 2022



This recommendation project (hereinafter referred to as “the Project”) is organized by Atlantic Education Services Ltd, with a registered office in Unit – G5, 129 Mile End Road, London, United Kingdom, E1 4BG, registered under no. 09193501 (hereinafter referred to as the “Organizer”) under the terms of this regulation (hereinafter referred to as the “Regulation”).



The project takes place starting on July 1, 2022, for an indefinite period. The organizer reserves the right to terminate the Project at any time, by informing the public in advance through the website at least 5 calendar days before the effective termination of the Project. In the event of the termination of the Project under the above conditions, the recommendations sent up to the effective termination date of the Project will be considered valid and subject to the conditions of this Regulation.



Participation in the Project is open to any natural person, regardless of citizenship, who has reached the age of 18 by the date of transmission of the recommendation (the “Participant”) and who, during the duration of the Project, recommended another person, by correctly completing an electronic recommendation provided by the Organizer. Employees of the Organizer or collaborators from the Marketing team cannot have the status of Participants in this project.



A Recommendation, in the sense of these Regulations, is any person who, at the time the Organizer receives the Participant’s data, is not already a client of the Organizer, for any service offered by the Organizer.



The organizer makes the electronic form available to future Participants free of charge, which can be filled out on the website, in the “Recommend a friend” section.

The participants will complete the data in electronic form with correct and complete information, necessarily providing the information marked with the * sign. Upon receiving the recommendation, the Organizer will include this person’s data in its database and will contact him by phone to present the offer of services and propose to become a client of the Organizer for these services.



If the Participant fulfills the conditions of the Project, in order to send the reward, the Organizer will confirm with the Participant, by email or SMS, the address to which he wishes to receive the Reward. If, within 10 calendar days from the date of sending the message, the Organizer does not receive the requested information, the Participant loses the status of winner. The Organizer will send the rewards to the Participant within 30 working days from the date of acceptance by the SLC of the Participant’s application, provided that the Participant communicates to the Organizer all the necessary information for the Organizer to fulfill its legal obligations and to send the reward by courier. 


If, within 150 calendar days from the Organizer’s receipt of the Recommendation, a Participant becomes a client of the Organizer for his services, the Organizer grants that Participant a reward according to the following grid:


A Participant can accumulate an unlimited number of such rewards.

This reward grid is valid starting from July 1, 2022, and will apply to all Participants who will become eligible for the reward after this date.



The participants have the obligation that all the information they provide through the Project is true, accurate and complete. The Organizer warns the Participants that erroneous information will not be taken into account to grant a person the status of Participant and/or the rewards from art. 6 above and will not engage the responsibility of the Organizer in relations with the Participants or with third parties. If the Organizer finds that a Participant has not fulfilled and/or has not respected the conditions for Participation provided in these Regulations, he reserves the right not to take into account the recommendation given and to suspend the Participant’s participation in the Project, without the Organizer owing any compensation or payment of the reward.



Through these Regulations, the Organizer undertakes to comply with the provisions of the legislation on the protection of personal data, including the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016, on the protection of natural persons with regard to data processing and the free circulation of these data and the repeal of Directive 95/46/CE (GDPR). The organizer is the operator of personal data. The categories of the persons concerned and the categories of personal data processed. The organizer will process the personal data of the following categories of concerned persons: a) Participants b) Contact persons within the Recommended Companies. The personal data collected are: name, surname, mobile phone, email address, and home address. Personal data are processed for the following purposes: a) Organization and development of the Project and the awarding of rewards to participants in the Project, the use of personal data of participants for promotional and advertising purposes in connection with the announcement of participants and the transmission of rewards, the transmission of commercial communications regarding the Organizer’s offers, invitations to participate in contests, etc. b) Payment of related taxes and other obligations according to the law. c) Solving complaints in connection with the organization and development of the Project and awarding rewards, investigating possible violations of the Regulation, carrying out analyses, reports on the organized marketing campaigns; the telephone conversations made by the Participants can be recorded in order to improve the services offered, as well as to check how the complaints addressed were resolved or in case of litigation/disputes related to the development of the Project. d) Other activities provided by law, (e.g. archiving, etc.), e) If the persons concerned give their consent for the processing of personal data, they have the right to withdraw this consent at any time. Participants who refuse to communicate or withdraw their consent for the processing of personal data necessary for participation in the Project will not be eligible to participate, respectively to receive the reward. The organizer can disclose personal data to: a) its partners, acting either as Operators or as authorized persons (e.g. notaries public) b) providers of marketing services, courier services, mobile telephony, etc. Personal data will be kept as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which they were collected according to this Regulation, and/or, if applicable, according to the duration imposed by the applicable legal requirements. The participants, as well as the contact persons, benefit from the following rights: a) The right of access: The participants can request from the Operator confirmation that he processes their personal data or not, as well as information about how they are processed. b) The right to rectification: Participants can request the rectification of inaccurate personal data or the completion of incomplete personal data. Participants may request any available information regarding the source of the personal data, and may also request a copy of the processed data. c) The right to erasure: based on the right to erasure, Participants can request the erasure of their personal data in cases where: (i) the data is no longer necessary in relation to the purpose of the collection or processing; (ii) choose to withdraw their consent; (iii) oppose the processing by automated means using the technical specifications; (iv) personal data were processed illegally; (v) there is a legal obligation to delete the personal data; (vi) deletion is necessary to ensure compliance with applicable laws. The right to deletion does not apply if the Organizer has the obligation to keep the data according to a legal provision. d) The right to restrict processing: Participants can request the restriction of processing in cases where: (i) they dispute the accuracy of personal data; (ii) the Organizer no longer needs the personal data, for the purpose of processing; (iii) have refused processing for legitimate reasons. e) The right to data transfer: Participants may request, if necessary, the portability of the personal data they have provided to the Organizer, in a structured, commonly used and easy-to-read manner, and have the right to transmit this data to another Operator without the Organizer refusing if: (i) the processing of personal data is based on consent or contract; and (ii) the processing is done by automated means. They can also request the direct transmission of personal data to a third party of their choice (if technically feasible). f) The right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing that produces legal effects: Participants have the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing that produces legal effects. To exercise the rights mentioned in points a-f, the Participants can send a written, dated and signed request to: [email protected] or to the headquarters of the Organizer mentioned in art. 1 above. g) The right to file a complaint with the competent supervisory authority. By completing the electronic Recommendation Form, the Participant gives his consent to the processing of his personal data for the purpose described in these Regulations and at the same time guarantees to the Organizer that he has previously obtained the consent of the contact person regarding the processing of his personal data.



Any disputes arising between the Organizer and the Participant will be resolved amicably or, if this is not possible, will be submitted for resolution to the competent courts in accordance with the applicable legislation.

Any possible objection can only be formulated in writing by the participant to the email address [email protected]. The appeal will be resolved within a maximum of 30 days from receipt, and the resolution will be sent to the appellant in writing. If the appellant is dissatisfied with the decision, an amicable resolution of the appeal will be attempted, and if this is not possible, the disputes will be settled by the competent courts.



For the purposes of this document, Force Majeure means the external, unpredictable, absolutely invincible and inevitable event, which is of the nature of exonerating the party invoking it from liability. By fortuitous event is meant that event which cannot be predicted nor prevented by the Organizer, which is of the nature of exonerating the party invoking it from liability, including the deficiencies of a technical nature and the occurrence of which makes the latter unable to and fulfill the obligations assumed by the document. The category of these events includes, but is not limited to: wars, fires, floods, strikes and blockades, earthquakes, other catastrophes of any kind, as well as any regulation that may appear after the start of the Project and that may prohibit or modify these Regulations. 

If a situation of force majeure/foreign event, including the Organizer’s impossibility for reasons independent of his will, prevents or delays the full or partial execution of the Regulation and the continuation of the Project, the Organizer will be exonerated from the responsibility regarding the fulfillment of his obligations for the period in which this fulfilment will be prevented or delayed.



These Regulations are available free of charge on the Organizer’s website for the entire duration of the Project. Participation in the Project implies the unreserved acceptance by the Participants of all the provisions of this Regulation. The organizer reserves the right to modify the Regulation, but not before informing the public within a reasonable time through its website about the modification(s).