Anna Ignatowska, Roland Ignatowski, Partners at WIMECH S.C.
Roland Ignatowski, operating under the name: WIMECH S.C., Roland Ignatowski, the partner in the civil partnership, ul. Magazynowa No. 3, 05-804 Pruszków, Poland, NIP: 1132109591, REGON: 015169368
Partners at WIMECH S.C., ul. Magazynowa No. 3, 05-804 Pruszków, Poland, NIP: 1132647242, REGON: 140807027
who is the administrator of data (hereinafter referred to as the Administrator).
The Administrator makes every effort to ensure that your privacy is respected and that your personal information is protected and thereof takes all necessary actions, in particular by ensuring compliance with the regulations concerning collection, management, storage, and usage of personal data, indicated in Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) No. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and the repeal of the Directive No. 95/46/EC (referred to as RODO).
- The aims and legal basis of processing users’ personal data.
The data is processed:
- In order to conclude and perform the agreements of which the users are a party or to take pre-contractual activities, including the sale of goods or services, or running an after-sales service, based on the Article 6, Paragraph 1b and 1c of RODO;
- in order to perform commercial and marketing activities conducted out by the Administrator for users, in particular sending via electronic mail new promotion offers, presentation of offered products, and commercial information regarding products and services offered by the Administrator, in particular for receiving the newsletter, based on Article 6, Paragraph 1a of RODO, in connection with Article 10 of the Act of Rendering Electronic Services of 18 July 2002;
- in order to perform trade and marketing activities for users conducted by the Administrator, in particular usage of telecommunications terminal equipment and automated calling systems for direct marketing purposes, pursuant to the Article 6, Paragraph 1a of RODO, in connection with Article 172, Paragraph 1 of the Telecommunications Act of 16 July 2014.
Providing data for the implementation of the point I is the condition for the conclusion of the contract. Refusal to provide data in the extent necessary to conclude or perform the contract, and in the extent required by law, will prevent it from being concluded.
Providing data for the implementation of the points II and III is entirely voluntary and unrelated to your rights originating from the point I. Nevertheless, we encourage our users to give their consent to all points. It will allow us to present our offer to the users and improve the quality of the sales.
- What data is collected by the Administrator for conclusion and performance of a contract for the sale of goods or services?
The Administrator collects the following personal information from users:
– with reference to point I, Article 1 from consumers: name, surname, telephone number, e-mail address, address for delivery of products, bank account number, PESEL number.
– with reference to point I, Article 1 from contractors: name, surname, correspondence address, telephone number, e-mail address, NIP, REGON, company name, bank account number, name, surname and position of employees, if applicable.
– with reference to points II and III, Article 1: name and surname, correspondence address, e-mail address, phone number.
- How can users exercise their rights?
Users have the right to:
– Access to their data;
– correct their incomplete or incorrect data;
– request the deletion of their personal data when the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed, when the user objected to processing the data, when the user withdrew his consent for the data which are object of processing and there is no other legal basis for processing the data, when data is processed unlawfully, the data must be deleted in order to fulfil the obligation resulting from the law;
– Demand limitation of personal data processing when a user questions correctness of his personal data, when data processing is unlawful and the users opposes deletion of the data deletion and instead demands limitation of the data, when the Administrator no longer needs the data for his purposes, but a user needs the data to identify himself, defend or pursue his claims, when a user has objected to the processing of his data – pending determination of whether the legitimate grounds on the part of the Administrator are superior to the grounds of the objection;
– transfer their data to a different administrator or to themselves;
– withdraw their consent at any time;
– make a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office for the violation of the protection of personal data law.
- Providing data.
The data provided by users will not be subject to disclosure to third parties, with the exception of:
– the entities participating in the processes necessary to perform the contract, including transport of goods, payment services, services provided electronically;
– the co-operating entities especially providing direct services and IT services to users;
– public authorities or entities performing public tasks.
- Storing the data.
The Administrator makes every possible effort to protect users’ data and also from the actions of third parties, fulfilling all the legally required requirements, in particular the RODO regulations.
Notably, the Administrator informs that all the data provided will be processed on the basis and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
The Administrator has no intention of transferring personal data to a third country or an international organization.
The personal data will be stored:
– with reference to the point I, Article 1, for the period necessary for the execution of the user concluded contract, and afterwards for the period and to the extent required by law, and the period after which the claims arising from the contract are time-barred;
– with reference to the points II and III, Article 1, for the period of 14 days from the withdrawal of user’s consent.
Data shared by the users will not be profiled.
- Questions and objections
7.1 What data is downloaded automatically when using the Website?
When using the Website, the Website does not automatically download any data, except for the data contained in the files referred to below.
Cookie files are small text files sent by the Website and stored in the user’s computer and containing certain information related to the usage of the Website. Cookie files may be temporary or permanent. Temporary cookie files are deleted when the browser is closed, and permanent cookie files are also stored after the end of the user’s visit to the Website and are used to store information such as user’s password or login, what speeds up and facilitates the use of the Website.
The Website uses the following types of cookie files:
- cookie files enabling the use of services available on the Website, e.g. authentication cookie files used for services that require authentication on the Website.
- performance cookie files enabling the collection of information regarding user’s use of the Website
- functional cookie files allowing saving some of user’s settings on the Website and personalizing user’s interface
The Website utilizes the following cookie files for the following purposes:
- maintaining user’s session after logging to the Website, thanks to which the user does not have to re-enter their login and password on each subpage of the Website
- changing of the Website content according to user’s preferences and optimizing the use of the Website; in particular, cookies allow recognition of user’s device and properly display the Website and adjust it to his individual needs
- creating statistics that help us understand how the users of the Website use our service, what allows improving its structure and content
In many cases, the software used for browsing websites (web browsers) by default allows cookie files to be stored in user’s end device. A user can change the cookie file settings at any time. These settings can be changed in such a way, in particular, as to block the automatic handling of cookie files in the web browser settings or to inform every time the files are about to be saved on user’s device. Detailed information about handling of cookie files is available in the user software settings (web browser). Restrictions on the use of cookie files may affect some of the Website’s functionality. More information about cookie files is available in the ‘Help’ section of the browser menu.
7.3 Other websites
Within the Website there may periodically appear links to other websites. Such websites operate independently of the Website and are not supervised by the Administrator in any way. These sites may have their own privacy policies, which we recommend our users to read. The Administrator is not responsible for data handling within these websites.
7.4 Questions and objections