MySecondEar Audiology Group GmbH

Regensburger Straße 5

10777 Berlin

 

Contact:

Phone: +1 (844)-509-0324

Email: hello@mysecondear.com

Internet: www.mysecondear.com

 

Management:

Niklas Spichalsky, Julian Alexander Stechert

 

Registered with the Berlin-Charlottenburg Local Court, registration number: HRB 213510 B

IK number: 321104688

Responsible hearing aid acoustician master:

Dario Krings (master hearing aid acoustician)

The professional title "Master of Audiology" was awarded in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Member of the Chamber of Crafts Berlin, membership number: 0136335

https://www.hwk-berlin.de/


Responsible for content of

MySecondEar Audiology Group GmbH gem. § 55 RStV & § 5 TMG: Julian Stechert

 

Bank details:

MySecondEar Audiology Group GmbH

Bank: solarisBank AG

IBAN: DE82110101002252004222

BIC: SOBKDEBBXXX

VAT-ID: DE327944695

 

Please note the following mandatory legal information: the EU Commission operates a platform for online dispute resolution. This can be accessed at ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.

 

The MySecondEar Audiology Group GmbH is not responsible for the content of websites that are reached through a link and were not created by the MySecondEar Audiology Group GmbH . As a content provider, it is responsible for its own content that it provides for use in accordance with general laws. These own contents are to be distinguished from external links, which vrefer to contents provided by other providers. Through the external link, the MySecondEar Audiology Group GmbH insofar holds "foreign content" ready for use. It is only responsible for this external content if it has positive knowledge of it (i.e. also of illegal or criminal content) and it is technically possible and reasonable for it to prevent its use.

With external links and associated crosswisen it is always "living" (dynamic) references. The MySecondEar Audiology Group GmbH has checked the external content at the time of the initial linking to see whether a possible civil or criminal liability is triggered by it; this was not the case. According to the law, it is not obliged to constantly check the content to which it refers in its offer for changes that could give rise to a new responsibility. Only if it determines or is informed by third parties that a specific offer to which it has provided an external link triggers civil or criminal liability, it will remove the reference to this offer, insofar as this is technically possible and reasonable for it.