The provisions regarding the privileged Entrepreneur apply to contracts concluded from January 1, 2021.
§ 1 Definitions
§ 2 Newsletter
§ 3 Complaints
§ 4 Personal data
§ 5 Final provisions
§ 1. DEFINITIONS
- Consumer – a consumer within the meaning of the provisions of the Civil Code.
- Newsletter – a free service provided electronically, thanks to which the Service Recipient may receive from the Service Provider electronically previously ordered messages regarding the offer of Dopak Sp. z o. o., including text and video information of a guide nature, promotions and new products, as well as the assortment of the Dopak Sp. z o. o
- Preferred entrepreneur – a natural person, legal person or an organizational unit that is not a legal person, to which a separate act grants legal capacity, carrying out economic activity, concluding an agreement with the Seller directly related to its business activity, but not having a professional nature for it (the definition applies to contracts concluded from January 1, 2021).
- Entrepreneur – a natural person, a legal person or an organizational unit that is not a legal person, the legal capacity of which is granted by a separate act, performing a business activity, concluding a contract with the Seller directly related to its business activity, having a professional nature for him.
- Store – online store Sklep Internet Dopak Sp. z o. o. run by the Service Provider at https://sklep243061.shoparena.pl
- Recipient – each entity using the Newsletter service.
- Recipient – Consumer, Privileged Entrepreneur or Entrepreneur.
- Service Provider – “DOPAK” SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ with its registered office at ul. Sokalska 2, 54-614 Wrocław, entered into the National Court Register – register of entrepreneurs by the District Court for WROCŁAW FACTORY IN WROCŁAW, 6th Economic Department of the National Court Register, under KRS number 0000153515, NIP number: PLN 69500000, NIP number: PLN 69500000, NIP number: PLN 6900101687304 .
§ 2. Newsletter
- The Service Recipient may voluntarily use the Newsletter service.
- E-mail messages sent as part of this service will be sent to the e-mail address provided by the Customer at the time of subscribing to the Newsletter.
- The Service Recipient, in order to conclude a contract and subscribe to the Newsletter service, in the first step provides his e-mail address to which he wants to receive messages sent as part of the Newsletter. At the time of subscription to the Newsletter, a contract for the provision of the service is concluded, and the Service Provider will start providing it to the Service Recipient – subject to §2 para. 5 of the Regulations.
- For the proper implementation of the Newsletter service, the Service Recipient is obliged to provide his correct e-mail address.
- The messages sent as part of the Newsletter will contain information about the possibility of unsubscribing from it, as well as a link to unsubscribe.
- The Service Recipient may unsubscribe from the Newsletter, without giving a reason and incurring any costs, at any time, using the option referred to in paragraph 2. 6 of the Regulations or by sending a message to the Service Provider’s e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org .
- The use by the Customer of the link to unsubscribe from the Newsletter or sending a message with a request to unsubscribe from the Newsletter will result in the immediate termination of the contract in the provision of this service.
§ 3. Complaints
- Complaints about the Newsletter should be reported to the Service Provider at the following e-mail address: email@example.com .
- The Service Provider will respond to the complaint within 14 days of receiving the complaint.
- In the event that the complaint procedure does not bring the result expected by the Service Recipient, the Service Recipient may use:
- from mediation conducted by the competent Provincial Inspectorate of Trade Inspection, to which you should apply for mediation. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of Inspectorates is available here: https://www.uokik.gov.pl/wazne_adresy.php#faq595;
- in the case of the Service Recipient who is a Consumer – with the help of the competent local permanent amicable consumer court operating at the Provincial Inspectorate of Trade Inspection, to which an application for consideration of the case before an arbitration court should be submitted. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of courts is available at: https://www.uokik.gov.pl/wazne_adresy.php#faq596;
- in the case of the Service Recipient who is a Consumer – from the free help of the municipal or poviat Consumer Ombudsman;
- from the ODR internet platform available at: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/main/?event=main.home.howitworks.
§ 4. Personal data
- The administrator processes the data:
- first name and last name;
- provided e-mail address;
- company name;
- subscription date;
- information about sending newsletters.
- The purpose of processing the Service Recipient’s data referred to in §2 para. 4 of the Regulations, the Newsletter is sent. The Service Recipient’s data is processed in accordance with 6 sec. 1 lit. b GDPR in order to provide the Newsletter service.
- The Administrator provides the Buyer’s personal data in the following cases:
- when such an obligation results from the provisions of applicable law, including to the National Tax Administration, court bailiffs, other state authorities; postal operators, courier companies.
- in addition, the Buyer’s personal data may be disclosed to processing entities on behalf of and on behalf of the administrator, on the basis of a concluded contract for entrusting the processing of personal data, in order to provide services specified in the contract, e.g.
– ICT services such as hosting, provision or maintenance of IT systems;
– accounting services;
– traditional mail service, reception;
– legal and advisory services.
- Providing data by the Service Recipient is voluntary, but at the same time necessary for the provision of the Newsletter service. Failure to provide data means that the Service Provider will not be able to provide this service.
- The Service Recipient’s data will be processed until:
- the service recipient unsubscribes from the Newsletter;
- the possibility of pursuing claims by the Service Recipient or Service Provider related to the Newsletter will cease;
- the Customer’s objection to the processing of his personal data will be accepted – if the basis for data processing was the legitimate interest of the Service Provider
– depending on what is applicable in a given case and what will happen at the latest.
- The Service Recipient has the right to request:
- access to your personal data,
- rectifying them,
- processing restrictions,
- transferring data to another administrator
as well as the law:
- object at any time to the processing of data for reasons related to the specific situation of the Service Recipient – to the processing of personal data concerning him, based on art. 6 sec. 1 lit. f GDPR (i.e. on the legitimate interests pursued by the administrator).
- In order to exercise his rights, the Service Recipient should contact the Service Provider.
- If the Service Recipient considers that his data is being processed unlawfully, the Service Recipient may submit a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
§ 5. Final Provisions
- The Service Provider reserves the right to amend these Regulations only for important reasons. An important reason is the need to change the regulations caused by the modernization of the Newsletter service or a change in the law, affecting the provision of the service by the Service Provider.
- Information about the planned change to the regulations will be sent to the Customer’s e-mail address provided at the time of subscribing to the Newsletter at least 7 calendar days before the changes are implemented.
- If the Service Recipient does not object to the planned changes until their entry into force, it is assumed that he accepts them.
- In the absence of acceptance for the planned changes, the Service Recipient should send information about it to the Service Provider’s e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org , which will result in the termination of the service contract with the entry into force of the planned changes.
- It is forbidden for the Customer to provide illegal content.
- The contract for the provision of the Newsletter service is concluded in Polish.
- In the event of a possible dispute with the Service User, the common court having jurisdiction over the dispute will be the court having material and local jurisdiction for the seat of the Service Provider.