Terms & conditions

These General Conditions regulate the access and use of the Website ownership of TUS MEDIA, S.L. ("CLASSGAP"), with NIF B-65640930 and social address in Pallars 3-5 B-Building Granollers, 08400 Barcelona (Spain).

Thereby, by accessing the site, or by using the services or applications of the web page classgap.com, you accept the following conditions.

Keep in mind that certain areas of the Service can have different or additional terms and conditions. In the event of conflict between the general conditions and the published for a specific area of the site, the latter will have preference.

Main terms:

"CONTENT": refers to the texts, graphics, images, music, software, audios, videos, information or other materials gathered in CLASSGAP.

"USERS": are the persons who visit and/or use CLASSGAP. There is two types of users:

  • "TUTORS": are users who offer lessons through CLASSGAP. They are responsible for the content and price of the lesson.
  • "STUDENTS": are users who request reservation of a class through classgap.>

"LESSONS"": refers to lessons created by a tutor or academy through CLASSGAP.

"TAXES": are all the taxes that may result by application, including value added taxes, over services and other state taxes or not.

"SOFTWARE": is anything that is available in or through this page or provided in other form by CLASSGAP. It will be considered as part of the "services" hereafter.

"USER CONTENT (UC)": is the content sent by the users in CLASSGAP (including amongst other, any information presented in the conversations, documents uploaded to the virtual classroom, videos or any public area of the service).

"VIRTUAL CLASSROOM": is the area where students and tutors met to teach or learn a lesson. There, users have access to many features such as: video, audio, chat, whiteboard, text editor and screen sharing. Some features may be not available for free lessons.


CLASSGAP’s service allows students to find and book lessons that may interest them, and to tutors and academies to create and impart their lessons, as providing resources for its realization, including online payment and registry of participants, the realization of videos or allow the assessment of courses and tutors.

All the lessons whill be teached through streaming in CLASSGAP, the same may be recorded, allowing the students to reproduce them at any time.

Software licenses and downloads:

CLASSGAP may grant personal licenses, nontransferable, non-sub licensable, revocable, nonexclusive to use or download the software exclusively for private use and only in agreement with the conditions of the service and written instructions that, in its case, has provided along with the software.

The contents of the service are protected by the rules about copyright, brands and other property rights. The owners of the copyright and registered brands are CLASSGAP, subsidiaries and/or authorized third parties. You cannot modify, copy, reproduce, re/publish, load, transmit or distribute in any form the material of this service including texts, videos (including streaming and VOD), graphics, codes and software, without prior consent and written of its owners.

You cannot use instruments for data mining, to gather or copy any content or data related with the service or its users in any way unauthorized by CLASSGAP. Likewise, you cannot use framing techniques, or use meta tags or any other "hidden text" using the name or brand of CLASSGAP without authorization.

However, you can print and download parts of the material for non-commercial personal use provided agreement of not changing or eliminating any copyright of said materials.

If you download or use the software in any other way it will be under your own risk.


CLASSGAP can occasionally update and/or modify these General Conditions. In this sense, you accept that the modifications made will be mandatory and take effect after the following 7 calendar days from the date of publishing, such that the use of the Service subsequent to the date of effect of the General Conditions will indicate agreement of said modifications.

Thereby, the User agrees to revise always the most recent version of the General Conditions available in the Web page www.classgap.com

Use of the Site, App and Contents:

The Users agree to use the Website, App and Contents in accordance with the Law and the present General Conditions (and subsequent modifications of the same) as well as with the best practices, uses and customs generally accepted of the Internet and public order.

The not authorized use of the materials and information may assume the violation of intellectual property legislation or industrial or of other applicable laws, which may result in the initiation of the corresponding extrajudicial or legal proceedings.

In case that you add images or any other type of files to CLASSGAP, you will be the only responsible that the same are not protected by copyright. In this regard, we recommend you seek websites that offer free reusable images.

You are the only responsible of your UC and the consequences for publishing them. CLASSGAP doesn’t guarantee the confidentiality regarding the data which, voluntarily, the users introduce in classgap.com, independently of being or not being published. You manifest and guarantee that you possess or is owner of the licenses, rights, consents and permits necessary for the reproduction, distribution, transformation and public communication through any electronic media, especially Internet and email, of your UC throughout the world and indefinitely, in the terms established in the present General Conditions, including the right to authorize CLASSGAP to use them as specified in these conditions.

You agree not to insert illegal works in the Website and to comply with all the regulations related to the exhibition of the works. CLASSGAP reserves the right to remove from the Website those contents considered not appropriate to the characteristics and ends of the same.

The User will refrain to not insert Contents that diminished the quality of the service, especially, Contents that:

• are illicit by national, community or international regulations.

• violate the fundamental rights of the people; especially those appropriated for underage.

You grant CLASSGAP a nonexclusive license, free of charge, worldwide, everlasting, with rights of sublicensing, reproduce, distribute, transmit, create derivative works, show and execute publicly any UC or any other material or information (including ideas for improved or new products or services) communicated to CLASSGAP for any mean or form, now known or hereafter developed. Nonetheless, we will need your previous consent to use your name.

You accept to not file any remedy against CLASSGAP for any supposed or real infraction of any copyright produced by another user in the Site.

However, if you are owner of the intellectual and/or industrial copyright and believe that any UC or other content breach them, you may communicate this to CLASSGAP, without prejudice in the actions and legal rights corresponding against the supposed offender.

Please have in mind that CLASSGAP will not be responsible to verify the ownership of the UC incorporated by the users to the website. CLASSGAP reserves the right to not delete certain UC until a competent body has declared the wrongfulness of the same, ordering the removal, the possibility to access them, or the existence of the damage, and CLASSGAP knew the corresponding resolution.

Account registration:

To be able to access some of the characteristics of the site and book or impart a lesson, you must register as a member creating an account ("CLASSGAP account").

You may register directly through classgap.com or login in on certain social network sites (SNS) as described below.

You can link your CLASSGAP account to a third party account being: 1) providing CLASSGAP your access information to the third party account through the website; or 2) allowing CLASSGAP to access your third party account according with the terms and conditions applicable to each third party account. In this regard, you declare the right to communicate the information of your third party account to CLASSGAP and/or give access to CLASSGAP to the same without breaching the applicable terms and conditions and without compelling CLASSGAP to pay any quote.

We remind you that the relation with the third party service providers is governed only by the agreement with each provider. CLASSGAP will not review the content of the SNS to verify its precision or legality and shall not be liable for said contents.

We will create your CLASSGAP account based in the personal information that you provided or obtained through a SNS. In this regard, you agree to provide precise information, updated and complete during the signing up process and the updating of said information to maintain it exact, updated and complete.

You cannot have more than one active CLASSGAP account. CLASSGAP reserves the right to suspend or delete your CLASSGAP account and your access to the site if you create more than one CLASSGAP account or if the provided information during the registration process or after is inexact, outdated or incomplete.

The following terms are applied to your service use and to any account you may create:

  1. You must be of legal age to use the service;
  2. Have a real identity which corresponds to a person to open an account. The accounts registered by "bots" or other automated means are not permitted;
  3. Must provide your complete name, email address, and any other information requested with the end of completing the signing up process.
  4. You are responsible of maintaining the security of your account and password. CLASSGAP will not be liable for the loss or damage consequence of the breach of this obligation. Agrees to not reveal your password to any third party and be the only responsible for any activity under your CLASSGAP account, even if said activities were not authorized. You will notify CLASSGAP immediately of any unauthorized use of your CLASSGAP account.
  5. Agrees to use the service only for legal matters and agrees to notuse it in any form which breaches the use or rights of other users.

The User will not be able to choose as a username or password words and/or expressions that, in general, are contrary to the law or generally accepted best practices, uses and costumes and, in general, words and/or expressions on which any right as to exclude its use by the User.

The User may deactivate its registration at any time sending an email to support@classgap.com. The user acknowledges and agrees that CLASSGAP reserves the right to deactivate those registrations inactive for a period of time greater than 6 months.

Behavior in the service:

We reserve the right to deny providing service to any person for any reason and/or interrupt the service totally or in part at any time, with or without notice.

The use of the service is subject to all applicable regulations and you are the only liable for the content of your communications through the service. You agree to not download, share, send or distribute in any other form contents or apps that may infringe the current legislation or involve breaching any right of any part. Also are prohibited:

  • The actions which constitute unauthorized or unsolicited advertising, among them, unwanted email or spam, chain letters, lottery or gambling.
  • The use of computer viruses or any other code, file or program which is designed or destined to interrupt, damage, or limit the operation of any software, hardware or telecommunications equipment, or damage or obtain unauthorized access to data or any other information of any third party.
  • Impersonate, interfere or interrupt the service, servers or networks connected to the services or interrupt the requirements, procedures, policies or regulations of networks connected to the services.
  • To register in more than one CLASSGAP account.
  • To contact a tutor or student for any other purpose different to book a lesson.
  • Acting as a member, contact and recruit other members to join third party services which are CLASSGAP’s competitors.
  • Use automated command sequences to gather information or interact with CLASSGAP.
  • Use CLASSGAP to find a tutor or student and later complete the reserve externally with the end of avoiding obligation of paying the fee for the CLASSGAP service providing.
  • Systematic retrieval of data or other contents of CLASSGAP to create, directly or indirectly, in single or multiple downloads, a data collection, either manually or by bots, sniffers or similar. Access, manipulate or use of non public areas of the website, computer systems of CLASSGAP or the technical delivery systems of its providers.
  • Any attempt to prove the vulnerability of any system or network of CLASSGAP or force in any way the security or authentication.
  • Fake or alter any TCP/IP header or other CLASSGAP information.
  • Attempting to decipher, decompile, disassemble our software.
  • Collaborate with a third party in doing any of the described conducts.

CLASSGAP will have the right to investigate and denounce any of the described conducts, according to the law, also to collaborate with the authorities in the investigation of said actions. You acknowledge that CLASSGAP doesn’t have the obligation to control its access or use of CLASSGAP or to revise or edit the UC without prejudice of having the right to do it in order to operate, guarantee the compliance with the applicable terms and legislation, administrative, police or judicial requirements.

CLASSGAP reserves the right to remove or disable the access to any collective content, at any time and without notice, if it considers that it may infringe the terms or damage the site, without prejudice that we generally don’t preview, control or edit the UC. We are not liable for any delay or failure to eliminate said content. You give consent for said elimination and waive any claim against CLASSGAP resulting from it. You can’t use your account to violate the security of another account or to obtain unauthorized access to another network or server. Some parts of the service could not be available for you or other authorized users. You won’t interfere with the use of the service by other persons. You agree that we can terminate without notice your subscription, account or other affiliation with the service in case of violation of the previous previsions.

Due to quality and security reasons, lessons could be recorded. This content won't be spread, protecting the users appearing on it.

Image release of rights:

User can insert its image in the user profile. In consequence, the User waives without exclusive character and worldwide to CLASSGAP who accepts, the right to use its image for its publication in the Site without the right of any remuneration.

CLASSGAP is authorized to carry the exploitation of the image of the Users in the form it considers convenient, even to decide not to perform it, without incurring in any right to compensation.

Tutors and students in the virtual classroom:

These service conditions are additional to any agreement established between the tutor and the student. CLASSGAP won’t be able to control the fulfillment of these agreements, in particular: its content, truthfulness and legality, or the obligations of the parts. For this reason, you accept to waive to CLASSGAP and its agents of any responsibility, within the limits of the law. You acknowledge all the risks that may imply to attend to a lesson such as property damage, robbery, or even death.

Students, additional rules:

1. You agree to accept all the terms and conditions, including the cancellation policy, when accepting to reserve a lesson;

2. The lessons in CLASSGAP are offered directly by tutors or academies. CLASSGAP is not responsible for the information contained in the profiles;

3. The lessons offered in CLASSGAP are valid exclusively in the dates indicated. CLASSGAP is not responsible for the changes made by the tutor or academy;

4. You agree to follow the reasonable norms established by the tutor or academy regarding the lessons and to not take actions that can interfere with the tutor or academy or other student;

5. You agree to attend the lesson only with educational purposes and not with the purpose of copy any material or technique to use them in lessons or courses you or a third party are imparting;

Tutors, additional rules:

By displaying your profile and services in CLASSGAP you:

1. Take all the responsibility for the content of the service offered;

2. Understand that it will be publicly offered to be viewed or to allow reservations;

3. Agree to accept the students in your lesson in agreement with the price and duration indicated in classgap.com and waive to deny inscription or assistance to any student for discriminatory or illegal reasons;

4. Represent and warrant to be qualified and that you have the qualifications and other requirements needed to impart the lessons listed in the service and to always behave professionally, in compliance with the regulations;

5. Agree not to use information from your students for other purposes not related to the lessons, except previous consent of these;

6. Agree that the students can rate the lessons taken. We cannot control said assessments and we are not responsible for the opinions that may include said assessments;

I'm a student, how can I pay?

You can book a free 15 minutes lesson or pay for a complete lesson. Said payment will be made to CLASSGAP by credit card, PayPal or any other payment method enabled in your country.

If you are a holder of a debit/credit card, you can choose "Save card for future transactions" to avoid having to re-enter your details on.

The data will be collected by the Classgap encrypted form and sent to Braintree, which handles elcetronic payment transactions externally.

Braintree, will store and treat such details independently.

It's compulsory to pay the price of any confirmed reservation and authorize the charge of the corresponding amount to your PayPal account or to charge the amount to your credit card. Once confirmed that the reservation has been completed, you will receive a confirmation email.

Remember that these payment methods can require that you remain subject to its terms and conditions, which are different from the ones in CLASSGAP.

Thereby, CLASSGAP will receive from the student the complete price of the lesson and later will later deliver it to the tutor, once deducting all applicable fees (CLASSGAP fee and, if applicable, from PayPal, bank, etc).

Thus, CLASSGAP acts as mere intermediary in this payment reception, not being responsible for the contract between the tutor and student. The tutor will be responsible for the quality of the classes as well as the student’s billing. CLASSGAP will not be responsible for the non-payment of the price of the lessons nor its refund. In this regard, it should be noted that, unless stipulated differently in other manner in this document, the price of the class will not be refundable.

I'm a tutor, what's the service fee?

Tutors will be who state the price of their lessons. In case a class is done, CLASSGAP will obtain a percentage of the sale price. Such percentage will vary depending on the booking is directly done through the tutor or through CLASSGAP's website and/or one of their affiliates:

  1. Through the Tutor: CLASSGAP will obtain a percentage of 10% of the price set by the tutor when the booking comes from their own channels, through a link provided to that effect.
  2. Through CLASSGAP or our affiliates: CLASSGAP will obtain a variable percentage depending on how many teaching hours the tutor has taught using CLASSGAP. Find below how it works:

    Tutor New
    up to 50 hours
    between 51 and 250 h.
    more than 250 h.*
    Comission 20% 15% 13%

    Unlike the New and Professional teachers whose commissions depend on number of lessons they've globally taught on Classgap, the Star teachers should teach a minimum of 250 lessons every year to maintain their commission.
    The total amount after applying the percentage should be higher than 1,25€. Otherwise, a minimum fee of 1,25€ per hour will be applied.

    All of the above given percentages include all the services offered by Classgap, including:

    1. Student acquisition.
    2. Student payment costs by: credit or debit card, Paypal...
    3. Virtual classroom with all the available features.
    4. Tutor payment costs: bank transfer or Paypal each month.

We reserve the right to modify at any time the service fees (or to start charging for free services) with the condition that such changes do not have retroactive character to the fees paid before the date of the change.

I'm a tutor, how and when will I receive my earnings?

At the end of each month we will analyze how much you have earned. There are two posible scenarios:

  1. You have earned more than 50 euros: We will transfer your earnings at no cost by bank transfer (for CEE bank accounts) or Paypal.
  2. You have earned less than 50 euros: In this case we will keep your earnings until you reach this threshold.
  3. According to the visibility level you chose, your profile will be more or less visible and other commissions will apply to the first class with each student.

This duality in the payment method is aimed for all the parts to save costs. Thus, if the tutor lives outside Spain the field to be filled out in CLASSGAP is the one for the PayPal account.

The tutor must be autonomous (freelance) and fulfill the obligations with IRS (generally it must bill with the IVA tax). However, CLASSGAP is not responsible for controlling the fulfillment of said obligations.

Tutoring hour packages

Optionally, teachers may offer lower prices for class hours if the student contracts packages of hours in advance.

Packages will be a minimum of 5 hours, and must be spent in 1 hour classes. All packages are valid for 6 months and are valid only with the selected teacher. Once the pack has expired, the tutor and the student will not be able to recover the amount of these classes.

Once one or more classes of a package have been completed, no refunds will be made, except in those cases in which the teacher certifies that he or she cannot continue teaching.

Free class 15 minutes

Optionally tutors can offer students a 15 minute class. Students can book without any cost a 15 minute class to those tutors that have this option.

  • You can book up to 3 free classes per student.
  • A maximum of 1 free book with the same tutor.

Teachers who want to offer a free 15 minute class must have Classgap APP installed on your device.

What is my visibility level as a tutor ?

Your profile visibility in the teachers grid depends on a several factors :

  • The visibility level you have selected from your personal area
  • The quality of your profile, as in the number of classes you have given on Classgap, the time it takes you to reply to messages or to accept a booking and the conversion rate from free interviews to chargeable classes
  • Your availabilities at that time. You will not appear the days you have marked as absent from your personal area

Refund by complaints regarding quality of the lesson:

When can a student ask for a full refund?

  1. When the class has not been done due to the abscence of the tutor.
  2. When the class is cancelled for any reason at least 8 hours before the scheduled time of the class.
  3. Within 24 hours after the class, when it’s your first class at Classgap and you feel unsatisfied.

To ask for a full refund due to dissatisfaction, please send an email to support@classgap.com with your reasons and your personal information (name, surname, phone number and a copy of your ID) and we will contact you.

If the student ask for a full refund, we reserve the right not to pay the class to the tutor.

CLASSGAP acts merely as an intermediary between students and teachers and is therefore not responsible for any claims that may arise in respect of cancellations or refunds made, errors in them, or the teacher's decision not to make them when the class has been made. In the event that the student requests a refund of the price paid within 7 calendar days of booking the class, provided that there are more than 48 hours left to start the class, and the class has not been completed, CLASSGAP will study the reasons for this request and, if it considers them justified, may proceed to a refund, informing the teacher of the reasons for it.


The services or third parties can provide links to other websites. You acknowledge that CLASSGAP is not responsible for the availability and contents of said sites.

Cookies Policy:

Almacenamiento local de datos y tecnología similar

Introduction to Cookies

User trust is important to us, and therefore, at Classgap we care about protecting your privacy. An important aspect of this is to provide you with as much information as possible about how we use your personal data, including how we use local data storage and similar technology.

What does local data storage, cookies and similar technology mean?

Local data storage involves storing different types of data locally on your device through your web browser. Locally stored data may, for example, contain user settings, information about how you browse our websites, which web browser you use, what ads have been displayed, and similar behavior on websites with which we collaborate. Locally stored data may be used to customize the content and functions in our services so that your visits are more convenient and meaningful.

One method of local data storage is cookies. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device (PC, mobile phone or tablet) that allow us to recognize your web browser. Cookies contain information mainly about your web browser and any activity that has occurred on it.

In addition to local data storage, we may use other similar technology, such as web beacons/pixel tags. This technology recognizes cookies and identifiers, and allows third parties to set cookies on your device. Web beacons can be used to determine which ads should be displayed in your web browser.

In this document, the term "local data storage" is used as a collective term for cookies, web beacons and other similar technology.

Why does Classgap use local data storage on its websites and apps?

We use local data storage for a variety of purposes, such as: enabling us to perform our services; providing you with relevant, personalized content when you visit our websites; measuring and analyzing traffic to our websites; improving our services; and targeting specific advertising. Further details on these issues are given below.

Who else uses local data storage on Classgap?

We use local data storage ourselves, and allow our suppliers to use it when providing their services to us. These providers are subject to the agreements of data processors, and are not permitted to use the data for purposes other than providing the service we have requested.

In addition to our own use, we also offer third parties the opportunity to use data storage on your device when you visit our services. We have developed strict guidelines on how third parties may collect and use data about our visitors. The guidelines indicate that data can only be used for clearly defined purposes.

Application areas for local data storage:

  1. To deliver and adapt the services to your use.
  2. Local data storage is required and necessary in order to allow you to use our services, such as configuration information, which tells us how the services should be presented in your web browser.
  3. We also use local data storage to tailor our services to your best use. For example, to store settings to store information about the best video quality available for your web browser and the speed of the Internet, or to allow the use of special features, such as the option to store classified ads or retain previous searches and saved listings.
  4. To analyze and improve our services
  5. We use a variety of measurement tools that provide us with statistics and analyses relating to our services. These tools allow us to recognize the web browser over time and find out if the user has visited the website before and if so how often. These tools give us the possibility to get an overview of how many unique users we have and how they use our services.
  6. We also use the information we have collected and analyzed to develop and improve our cooperative services and services at Tus Media, for example, by finding out which services generate a lot of traffic or by seeing if a service is working optimally.
  7. Our advertising
  8. We use local data storage in connection with Classgap's advertising activities. This allows us to know if and how often the user has seen an ad or certain type of ad, and how long ago they saw it. We also use local data storage to build segments and target groups for marketing purposes and to target specific ads. You can read more about how target groups and segments are created in connection with advertising here: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/.
  9. The following link includes didactic videos in video tutorial format that explain, step by step, how to configure the privacy options of the most common browsers, social networks and mobile operating systems:
  10. https://www.agpd.es/portalwebAGPD/CanalDelCiudadano/protegetuprivacidad/index-ides-idphp.php
  11. We also use local data storage on other websites in connection with Classgap advertising when the user has visited other websites on which we advertise, as well as local data storage set up by other players. This provides us with information about, for example, which website the user visited before visiting our portals and allows us to target our advertising based on this information. For example, we may display travel ads if the user recently visited an airline's website. The information we collect through local data storage does not contain directly identifiable data. We receive information about which pages you visited, but not about who the user is.
  12. Third Party Advertising
  13. As on other commercial websites, Classgap's services also include advertisements provided by other players. Most actors use local data storage. Local data storage is used to find cookies or anonymous identifiers on your device to find out which ads should be displayed or which ads have been displayed on your web browser. Local data storage is also used to measure the effect of ads by measuring how many users clicked on a specific ad and how many actually completed a purchase. We do not allow this data to be linked directly to the user you. Classgap has the ability to read data from third-party cookies such as these.
  14. These companies may use local data storage to target specific advertisements on other websites based on your visit to Classgap . You can learn more about this type of advertising here: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/helpful-videos/.

How can I manage locally stored data?

You can adjust the settings in your web browser or use special programs that have been developed to manage cookies.

The settings in your web browser usually display a list of all cookies that have been stored to provide you with an overview and, if you wish, to remove unwanted cookies. Normally, you can indicate that you accept the storage of cookies from the websites you visit or from third parties affiliated with those websites. You can also choose to be notified each time a new cookie is stored. Guidance on how to do this in different web browsers is provided below. Your web browser normally stores cookies in a specific folder on your hard drive, so that you can also browse the content in more detail.

Classgap has also prepared a list of the main forms of local data storage available on our website and more details on their purpose. The list is available below under'Overview of the technology we use'.

However, the cookies that are present on the website change frequently, and not all cookies are equally important. Classgap will therefore regularly update the list of which cookies are available.

AIn addition, services are available that have been specially developed to provide users with an up-to-date list of cookies and other tracking mechanisms. See an example here: http://www.disconnect.me.

Please note that disabling cookies from Classgap may prevent our websites from functioning properly. For example, you may need to log in each time you visit us.

Below is a summary of how locally stored data can be managed in different web browsers. Please note that this process may change and that the descriptions given here may not be up to date.

a. Cookie management in Google Chrome

How to delete cookies:

  1. Go to Settings in your browser menu.
  2. Click Show advanced settings.
  3. Click Delete Navigation Data.
  4. Select the time period for which you want to delete the information from the menu at the top. If you want to delete all cookies in your browser, click Since the beginning of time.
  5. Tag Cookies and other site and add-on data.
  6. Click Clear Navigation Data.
  7. Close the window.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your web browser:

  1. Go to Settings in your browser menu.
  2. Click Show advanced settings, and then click Content settings.
  3. Under Cookies, select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Do not allow site data to be saved.
  4. Click Done.
  5. Close the window.

b. Managing Cookies in Safari

How to delete cookies:

  1. Go to Preferences in your browser menu.
  2. Click the Privacy tab.
  3. Click Delete all data from websites, and then click Delete to delete all cookies.
  4. Close the window.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your web browser:

  1. Go to Preferences in your browser menu.
  2. Click the Privacy tab.
  3. Under Cookies and website data select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Always block.
  4. Close the window.

c. Cookies management in Mozilla Firefox

How to delete cookies:

  1. Go to Options in your browser menu.
  2. Click the Privacy tab.
  3. Click Show Cookies.
  4. Select the cookies you want to delete and click Delete selected. Click Delete All if you want to delete all cookies in your web browser.
  5. Close the window. Any changes you have made will be automatically saved.

How to prevent cookies from being stored in your web browser:

  1. Go to Settings in your browser menu.
  2. Select the Privacy tab.
  3. Under History, click Use a custom setting for history.
  4. Select your preferred options in Allow website cookies. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, clear the Accept cookies from websites check box.
  5. Close the window. Any changes you have made will be automatically saved.

d. Management of cookies in Internet Explorer

How to delete cookies:

  1. Go to Tools (sprocket icon) in your browser menu.
  2. Click Internet Properties.
  3. On the General - Navigation History tab, click Delete.
  4. Be sure to check the Cookies and website data option.
  5. Click Delete.
  6. Click OK.

How to prevent cookies from being stored on your web browser:

  1. Go to Tools (sprocket icon) in your browser menu.
  2. Click Internet Options, and then click the Privacy tab.
  3. Move the slider bar to the desired level. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, select the Block all cookies level.
  4. Click OK.

e. Cookies management in Opera

How to delete cookies:

  1. Go to Settings in your browser menu.
  2. Select the Privacy and Security tab.
  3. Click Cookies, and then click All cookies and website data.
  4. Select the cookies you want to delete and click Delete. Click Delete All if you want to delete all cookies in your web browser.
  5. Click Done.
  6. Close the window.

How to prevent cookies from being stored on your web browser:

  1. Go to Settings in your browser menu.
  2. Select the Privacy and Security tab.
  3. Under Cookies, select your preferred option. If you want to prevent all cookies from being stored, click Don't allow site data to be saved.
  4. Close the window.

How can I control what information is sent to advertisers?

If you want to control what information is sent to advertisers, you can download an opt-out cookie from different advertisers or use alternative solutions. Note that you must follow the same process for each device you use, and for each web browser on your devices.

Contact information

SIf you have any questions regarding the use of local Classgap storage, please contact us.

Overview of the technology used by Classgap

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Waiver of guarantees and liability:

CLASSGAP waives any kind of liability that can be produce in consequence of, for example but not limited to, actions or omissions in the premises, the lesson, their quality and content, or the opinions of tutors/academies.

The service and all the materials included in the same may include errors and may not be up to date.

Through this service you can make commercial transactions with other users. You acknowledge that said transactions are made under your own risk. Any guarantee offered through the site will be offered exclusively but the third party and not by CLASSGAP or its agents.

You accept that we don’t assume any liability for the delay, deletion, wrongful delivery, or failure to save communications with the users or personal configurations.

CLASSGAP will not be guarantor of any member or premises, nor confirms the truthfulness of the information entered, for which in case of dispute, you must claim exclusively and directly to the member or premises.

CLASSGAP doesn’t assume any responsibility over the Contents entered by the Users. The User who enters a content which violates any national or international current law, will answer for the damages and losses derived of said infraction, exempting CLASSGAP of any liability.

CLASSGAP doesn’t grant any guarantee nor is responsible, in any case, of the damages and losses of any nature that could be derived of the access or use of the Contents or the Website. Among others, and as example but not limited to, CLASSGAP is not liable for the following circumstances:

  • Lack of availability, maintenance and effective functionality of the Website and/or its Services or Contents, excluding, to the fullest extent allowed by current law, any liability for damages and losses of all nature that may be due to the lack of availability or continuity of the Website function and the Contents enabled in the same.
  • Lack of utility of the Website or the Contents for any activity.
  • Of the contents of other sites in the Internet to which could redirect the links placed in the Website.
  • Presence of virus, malicious or harmful programs in the Contents.
  • Reception, procurement, storage, broadcast or transmission, by the Users, of the Contents.
  • Illicit, negligent, fraudulent use, contrary to the terms in the present General Conditions, or good faith, of the Website or its Contents, by the Users.

CLASSGAP excludes any responsibility for the damages and losses of any character, including the loss of profit, which could be because of the services provided by third parties through the Website as well as the means they enable to manage the service requests, and specifically, as example but not limited to: the acts of unfair competence and false advertisement, as the lack of truthfulness, exactitude, completeness, vices, defects, relevance and/or currency of the contents provided, storage, received, made available or accessible through the services provided by third parties through the Website.

The user will be liable for the damages and losses of any nature that CLASSGAP could suffer in consequence of the breach of any of the obligations to which they are subjected in virtue of the current General Conditions of Use or the Law in relation with the Usage of the Website.

CLASSGAP will not be responsible of the opinions entered by the Users through the Website or other means of participation or opinion or for the damages and losses that could be derived of said opinions.

Request for teacher cancellation

Although any Teacher may request to cancel at any time, in the event that he/she has students with paid classes pending at Classgap, these may be deducted from the accumulated amount he/she has in his/her favour.


You agree, in case of breaching the terms and conditions or any other document, to keep CLASSGAP and its agents’ exempt of any claim or expense (including attorneys’ fees and costs) derived.

Data Protection:

CLASSGAP informs that it will treat the data of personal character by the terms expressed in the Data of Personal Character Protection Policy of the Website that the User can find under the following URL: https://classgap.com/en/info/privacy


We can translate these service conditions, our privacy policy, or any other operational, politic or procedure standard that could be published in the site. The Spanish version will be the one prevailing in case of conflict.


The duration of the provision of the Website Service and of the Contents is indefinitely.

Controlling Law and Jurisdiction:

The terms, conditions and other documents of CLASSGAP will be ruled by Spanish legislation. In case of conflict, the relevant courts will be those in Barcelona.

These terms, in conjunction with the privacy policy and other governing documents constitute the complete agreement between you and CLASSGAP. The invalidity of any document imposed by a court will not affect the remaining provisions.

That in certain cases CLASSGAP doesn’t follow the provisions gathered in this document shall not be considered as a modification thereof. CLASSGAP may transfer the rights and obligations derived of these provisions to a third party, at any time.

The majority of the communications between you and CLASSGAP will be made electronically. You agree that said communication has the same validity as a written communication, provided permitted by law.

Intellectual Property and Conditions of Service in Classgap Courses

The intellectual property rights of the courses that users incorporate to Classgap, be they videos, photographs, texts or others, will always belong to their authors and/or producers.

Without prejudice to the foregoing, through this clause, users assign to Classgap, on a non-exclusive basis, for the maximum time permitted by intellectual property law, and with worldwide territorial scope, the rights of exploitation on the content incorporated, and in particular the rights of reproduction, public communication, and making available to the public over the Internet, transformation, especially to translate texts into other languages and adaptation of the content to the audience of Classgap; and distribution of photographs, texts, videos or any other content that is subject to protection under current intellectual property legislation, for the sole purpose of being exposed and communicated to this website or any of the company.

They also authorize Classgap to proceed with the modification of texts and other content, in order to adapt them as required by the specifications and technical requirements of the Web site.

Classgap offers its users the possibility that the content uploaded to the website, are shared and displayed on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest and other social networks.

The author can modify and delete the content whenever he wants, although it is understandable that if he has previously ceded rights to other users/co-teachers, such users, whether students or co-teachers, have the right to exploit that content indefinitely and the content will be present on the platform for use.

By creating a course on Classgap, you confirm that all content has been created by you and does not infringe any intellectual property law. In case of using material that comes from other sources it is the responsibility of the author of the course who has all the licenses and permissions that allow the legal use of these materials. Classgap is not responsible, nor will it verify that the material has the necessary permissions and the responsibility will fall on the author if it turns out that some law of intellectual property has been infringed.

Service Price and Promotion Programs

Price and conditions in direct sale of courses. In consideration of the provision of services, Classgap will charge a commission to users "Teachers" who generate paid content. This commission will consist of an initial percentage of 5% and successive sales of the same course, the commission corresponding to the level of teacher you have on the platform at that time:

Your level can be:

There are 3 levels of teacher, depending on the number of hours spent in Classgap:

  • New Teachers (accumulate less than 50 hours of class)Receive 80% of the amount of each class.
  • Professional Teachers (accumulate more than 50 hours of class) They receive 85% of the class amount.
  • Star Teachers (more than 250 hours of class over the last year) They receive 87% of the amount of each class.

Assignment of intellectual property rights.

By enrolling in a course, you are assigning full use to students enrolled for personal but not commercial purposes. In case of observing copyright infringement in the registered students, you can inform us but if you want to report it you will have to report it to the competent authorities.

Co-professor and assignment of intellectual property rights.

Authors of Classgap courses automatically transfer their courses for use to other teachers of the platform in exchange for a financial compensation to be defined later and will be notified to the authors of the courses.

Updated: February 20th 2020