Terms and Conditions
This website is owned and operated by Team Technology. We can be contacted via the contact link at the top of this page. By using this website you agree to all the terms and conditions set out below. There are some terms and conditions that apply to all users, and some that apply to those who purchase/administer questionnaires for other people to complete.
Please keep your login details private. If you allow someone else to use your login details it could be a breach of the Computer Misuse and Data Protection Acts.
Please be aware of the limitations of personality questionnaires. For example, no questionnaire is 100% accurate and the results can be sometimes be incorrect. The questionnaires at this site, as with all others based on the same theory, do not have 'motivational distortion scales' to identify the extent to which the results have been influenced by context or social pressure. They have been validated for identifying personality type and career enjoyment, but not for other applications such as recruitment. The questionnaires identify preference (MMDI) or behaviours required to be successful (JDQ) but they do not identify skill/competencies or context-specific behaviour.
Please make fair and legal use of the website. Do not do things that might bring the website unfairly into disrepute, disrupt the operation of the website, or disrupt other users' use or enjoyment of the site.
Please respect all intellectual property rights - both ours and competitor products. This includes (amongst other things) not using the images or wordings in your own questionnaires/reports, not reverse engineering the reports, and not using trademarks, other than in relation to this website and its products. Our trademarks include: the word metarasa, the logo, MMDI, Mental Muscle Diagram Indicator, and the wheel used to illustrate the results. You must not describe our questionnaries as "MBTI" or "Myers-Briggs Type Indicator" as these refer to different questionnaires that are the trademark and copyright of Oxford Psychologists Press in the Europe and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Trust in the rest of the world.
Any outstanding credit, after purchase and partial use, is non-refundable and has no monetary value. Any refunds where no credit has been used have a maximum limit of the purchase amount.
We do not give any warranty for the operation of the website. We will do our best to maintain a simple-to-use, fast, up-to-date website. However, we cannot be responsible for any loss arising from any unavailability, substandard performance, or suspension/cancellation of your membership due to your breaching terms and conditions. There are other legal liabilities that we cannot and do not exclude - e.g. death or injury due to our negligence or any fraudulent misrepresentation.
We are not liable for the content of any other website that you may access via this website. Any links to other websites are provided for your convenience only.
We may change the Terms and Conditions from time to time. You will need to agree the revisions in order to continue using the website and purchase further credit.
It is your responsibility to find out, and stick to:
- relevant ethical guidelines for the purposes to which you are putting the questionnaires;
- legal requirements in the country where your and/or your clients are using the system, including (but not limited to) relevant data protection and privacy laws such as the EU GDPR;
- developing and maintaining the competencies required to administer the questionnaires and provide any advice using the results.
This can vary depending on how you are using the system. For example, the responsibilities might be low if you are simply paying for someone else to obtain their own private reports.
However, if you plan to read the reports, and offer advice and insight, you will need extensive knowledge and up-to-date training in the relevant field of expertise (e.g. as a career counsellor or organisational development practitioner). This will include adhering to ethical guidelines such as (amongst others) not using the results in a judgmental manner, or in any way that damages self-esteem or imposes a limit on an individual's functioning or potential. There is also legislation in some countries that, for example, makes it illegal to ask someone to complete a questionnaire with a purpose for which that questionnaire has not been validated, or to divulge information to a third party without their permission.