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Terms and Conditions

Conditions for Seminars

  1. The number of participants in this seminar is limited. Processing will be carried out in the order of registrations; there is no right to participation.

  2. Participation is binding only after payment of the invoice.

  3. OptionEarner is entitled to withdraw from the contract at short notice if an insufficient number of participants for the seminar has registered by that time. An insufficient number generally refers to fewer than 7 participants. However, OptionEarner reserves the right to conduct seminars even with fewer registered participants in individual cases. If the participant has already paid seminar fees to OptionEarner, they will be refunded in the amount paid. Further claims by the participant are excluded.

  4. Cancellation policy: Since seminar slots cannot be filled at short notice, we must charge cancellation fees of 50% from 8 weeks before the start of the seminar, 75% from 4 weeks, and 100% from fourteen working days before the start of the seminar. Withdrawal from the contract must be made in writing.

  5. Changes to the seminar program: Our seminars are planned well in advance, so in exceptional cases, there may be changes to the seminar program, such as regarding the event date or speakers, which we reserve the right to make. We will inform the participant about any rescheduling or cancellation. Further claims by the participant are excluded.

  6. The right of withdrawal expires upon the start of the contract, i.e., upon the start of the seminar and/or the handing over of seminar materials.

General Terms and Conditions (AGB)

For orders placed through the website, only the following General Terms and Conditions (AGB) shall apply in the respective version valid at the time of the order. The contractual partner for all orders is: 10Scale GmbH, Lofererstraße 1a, D-81671 Munich, Managing Director Eckart Keil, Registry Court: Munich Local Court, HRB 264768, Email:, Phone: +49 89/44451979, Fax: +49 89/45028400


- hereinafter referred to as the "Provider".

I. Orders

1. Subscriptions

1.1. Offer

The provider offers seminars and subscriptions to the optionearner Premium program as a digital product (PDF file, emails) on its internet platform Please note the special revocation instructions in Section III for digital products.

1.2. Conclusion of Contract

For orders of subscriptions as a digital product, the contract is concluded upon receipt of the subscription confirmation via email to the customer. The product presentation on the internet platform is not a binding declaration of intent by the provider, but an invitation to submit an offer. The customer submits a binding offer by registering and completing the ordering process by activating the "Order now for a fee" button. Before activating the "Order now for a fee" button, the customer is asked to review the data provided by him/her once again. In addition, in case of input errors or incomplete information provided by the customer, the data is displayed again before submission. The subsequent system email from the provider merely confirms the receipt of the offer and is not yet an acceptance declaration. If the provider is unable to fulfill an order or rejects the order, the customer will be informed immediately. There is no entitlement to conclude a contract. In particular, the seller explicitly does not address customers in countries where publication of information or distribution of the securities depicted is prohibited or restricted by law.

1.3. Prices and Payment Modalities

The price stated in the product description at the time of contract conclusion shall apply. All prices quoted are inclusive of VAT. Any additional taxes and duties shall always be borne by the customer. The customer is obliged to pay in advance for the agreed term from the conclusion of the contract. Only the payment methods offered during the order process will be accepted. Upon receipt of the invoice, the respective seminar or subscription price becomes due for payment and must be transferred to the account specified in the invoice. The provider is entitled to increase the price reasonably after the end of the subscription period. The provider must inform the customer of this with reasonable notice and explicitly grant them the opportunity to object and terminate. In the event of an objection, the provider is entitled to terminate the subscription for good cause.

1.4. Delivery and Performance

For orders of digital products, provision is made by the provider, and the customer will be notified immediately. In the event of delivery disruptions due to force majeure, including strikes and lockouts, the performance obligations of the customer and the provider shall be suspended for the duration of the delivery disruption. The customer must ensure that delivery to their specified email inbox is guaranteed. If the inbox is full, inaccessible, no longer available, or delivery is blocked by email system settings, the provider's performance obligations are suspended.

1.5. Subscription Period and Termination

Subscriptions generally commence at the next possible date, unless a later date is specified when ordering. Detailed information on the subscription period is displayed directly with the respective subscription offer within the product description. Unless otherwise stated there, all subscriptions offered on do not automatically renew and end with the specified subscription period.

1.6. Changes to Customer Information and Interruptions to Delivery

The customer must inform the provider of any changes that affect the performance of services under this contractual relationship, in particular billing and email address, at least 10 days before the desired change date.

II. Additional Conditions for Digital Products

1. Copyright

For orders of digital products, the corresponding usage rights are only granted revocably until full payment. The use of the content provided by the provider is permitted exclusively for personal, non-commercial purposes. No part of our OptionEarner publications may be reproduced, forwarded, or transmitted to the internet without our prior written permission, even in part. The copyrights are held by 10Scale GmbH. Any copy made or used within a commercial enterprise obligates payment of fees to 10Scale GmbH. In the event of a breach, the subscription will be terminated immediately, and legal proceedings will be initiated.

2. Data Availability

Unlimited data availability cannot be guaranteed. The customer is advised to save the ordered digital products locally on their devices. The provider will strive to keep the ordered digital products and access available as uninterrupted as possible. However, no guarantee is provided for continuous availability. In particular, operational interruptions due to routine maintenance, system updates, or technical disruptions beyond the provider's control may occur.

3. Necessary Requirements for the Customer

It is the customer's responsibility to ensure that they can establish unrestricted internet connections to external servers from their device (PC, notebook, smartphone), store transmitted data, and have specific display software (Acrobat Reader for PDF files) available for accessing the provider's services.

III. RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL and special instructions for the purchase of digital content and products

10Scale GmbH offers and distributes seminars and digital content/products via the website, which will be delivered to you by email and/or as a PDF file (electronic texts). Special conditions apply, to which we expressly draw your attention: Expiry of the Right of Withdrawal Your right of withdrawal with regard to the digital content/products subject to the contract expires prematurely once we have begun executing the contract after you have expressly consented during the order process that we commence executing the contract before the withdrawal period expires.

IV. Risk Notices and Liability

  1. The opinions, analyses, and forecasts presented in the publications of OptionEarner (Provider) reflect the subjective assessment of the authors. The Provider does not provide investment advice and does not give recommendations to buy or sell financial instruments. The Provider assumes no warranty or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the data or assessments used in the creation, for the adequacy of the assessments used, or for the occurrence of the forecasts made. No guarantee is expressly given for the occurrence of the forecasts made. There is no obligation to update assessments or analyses already provided.

  2. All information published in and through OptionEarner is based on careful research. The information neither constitutes an offer to sell the discussed financial instruments nor a solicitation to buy, sell, or subscribe to securities. Every investment in financial instruments is associated with risks, up to and including total loss. The opinions expressed by OptionEarner, its employees, and speakers are personal and are in no way to be equated with financial analysis. Before making any investments, professional advice from their bank is essential. The explanations are based on sources that the publisher and its employees consider trustworthy. However, no liability can be assumed for the accuracy of the content. No guarantee is provided for the accuracy of the charts and data on the options, commodity, foreign exchange, and stock markets presented by OptionEarner. Particularly, stocks with low market capitalization (small caps) and all listed securities are subject to significant fluctuations, and the liquidity in the securities may be correspondingly low. Therefore, liability for financial losses that may result from the use of the statements made here for one's own investment decisions is categorically excluded. No consultancy contract is concluded between the subscriber and subscriber of OptionEarner, as any assessments relate only to the company itself, not to the reader's investment decision. Furthermore, we would like to point out that the authors, employees, and speakers may hold both long and short options and stocks of the discussed companies.

V. Data Protection

See Privacy Policy:

VI. Final Provisions

1. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

These GTCs and the relationship between the Customer and the Provider are exclusively governed by German law. The place of jurisdiction is the registered office of the Provider, to the extent permitted by the German Code of Civil Procedure (ZPO) and the Regulation on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of decisions in civil and commercial matters (EuGVVO). This is particularly the case if the Customer does not have their domicile or habitual residence in Germany, has moved there, or is not a consumer within the meaning of § 12 of the German Civil Code (BGB).

2. Set-Off Reservation

The Customer may only set off claims that have been finally determined by a court or recognized in writing by the Provider. The Customer is not entitled to a right of retention.

3. Written Form and Amendment of the GTCs

Agreements deviating from these GTCs between the Provider and the Customer require the written form for their validity; this also applies to a waiver of the written form requirement. The Provider is entitled to change these GTCs with effect for the future at any time. The GTCs deposited with the order at the time apply.

4. Language of Contract and Contract Texts

The Provider primarily addresses German-speaking customers. Therefore, the contractual conditions and consumer information are available in German and English.

5. Severability Clause

Should a provision of these GTCs be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining clauses. In this case, the parties shall replace the invalid or unenforceable provision with an effective provision that comes as close as possible to the economic purpose of the invalid or unenforceable provision. The same applies in the event of a regulatory gap.

6. Assignment Prohibition

The assignment of claims that the Customer is entitled to from the business relationship with the Provider is excluded.

7. Risk Warning

The Provider points out that investments in securities, money market instruments, derivatives, or other financial instruments are generally associated with risks. The total loss of the capital invested cannot be ruled out. In special forms of trading (such as CFDs, futures, options, spot markets), it may, in extreme cases, lead to additional capital obligations, so that losses may exceed the capital invested. No reliable statements can be derived from past performance about the future performance of the financial instruments presented. The information provided by the Provider in no way replaces professional advice tailored to the personal and financial circumstances of the Customer.

(Status: 12.2023)

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