2 Comments Commercial law, litigation, contracts, IP, property law
I gather that you accessed the web-site as an experiment.
I do not think that you have entered into a legally binding contract because the details you submitted were made up. It is impossible to be in a legally binding contract with someone who does not exist. Even if you had entered your correct details, for it to be a legally binding contract the elements of offer, acceptance, consideration and an intention to create legal relations must be present. The terms of the contract would need to be clearly displayed for you to accept them and agree to be bound by the terms of the contract and intend to enter legal relations. This seems to have been a failure in the design of the web-site that appropriate safe-guards are not in place.
I doubt that they will get in touch with you because there is no legally binding contract in place to enforceand their only way of contacting you is by your IP address. Aussielegal