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With the use of this privacy statement, we hope to make you aware of how we handle personal information. Since maintaining your privacy is extremely important to us.

Using the details provided below, you can contact us and our data protection officer. If you have any questions regarding our data protection policies, the way your data is processed, or the way in which data subjects rights are upheld, please contact us. If you have any questions or concerns about your data. Please email

Personal Data

All information pertaining to a named or identifiable individual is considered personal data. These are the following types of personal data that we handle:
• Contact information (such as first and last name, address, e-mail address, phone number)
• The communication you have with us Payment information (such as bank account number, credit card number, and financial institution) Online identifiers (such as cookie IDs, IP addresses, and advertising IDs) Customer information (such as invoice data, user profiles, address, order history, payment data).

Use of Cookies

Information in General Regarding Cookies
A cookie is a text file with an identification number that is sent to the user’s computer along with the other data that was actually requested and saved there when the website is used. The document is saved there for future access and is used to verify the user. Cookies do not endanger the computer because they are just simple files and not executable programs. In accordance with the user’s internet browser settings, the latter accepts cookies by default. However, this setting may be altered, and the storing of cookies can be disabled or configured. Some website features might not function at all or might function just partially if the usage of cookies is disabled. By using a matching setting in the internet browser being used, you can permanently object to the setting of cookies by our website at any time. You can erase active cookies at any moment by changing the settings on your web browser.

Persistent Cookies

After you close the browser, persistent cookies continue to exist on your end device. These cookies, for instance, can analyze user behavior on our website and record user choices, such as language preferences. Persistent cookies are stored for the same amount of time as each individual cookie. They are then immediately. erased

Purpose of Processing

For the following reasons your data is processed:
• To communicate with you.
• To fulfil contracts with you.
• To advertise, such as through the distribution of our newsletter.
• For quality control and statistics.
• To deliver our service.
• In order to enhance our offerings.

Legitimate Interests

We seek the following legitimate purposes while processing your data:

  • To enhance our offering.
  • To safeguard against unauthorized use of our systems.
  • To bring the market to you.
  • To store correspondence with your demand or for the duty to Provide Information.

Data Sources

When we don’t get the information directly from you or about the gadgets you use, it comes from the
sources listed below:
• Master data from publicly accessible official sources for businesses and independent contractors.
• Contact information for businesses that provide specialized services.

Storage Period

We keep your data for the following periods: 

  • If you have given your consent to the processing, at most until you withdraw it.
  • If we need the data to carry out a contract with you, at most for the duration of that relationship.
  • If we use the data based on a legitimate interest, at most for the duration that your interest in deletion or anonymization does not outweigh the data.
  •  If there are any statutory storage requirements, until the expiration of those requirements.

Your Rights

As a data subject you will have the following rights:
• To seek information about how your data is being processed and to obtain a copy of your personal data. You can ask for details regarding, among other things, the processing’s goals, the categories of personal data it uses, the receivers of the data (if a transfer is made), the storage period’s length, or the factors used to calculate it.
• To transfer your personal information to another person in charge or to receive it in a structured, common, and machine-readable manner.
• To make data corrections. You have the right to complete any missing personal information while taking the processing goals into account.
• Request the blocking or deletion of your data.
• To restrict the processing.

You have two options:
1- To withdraw your permission from future data processing.
2- To file a complaint with the relevant supervisory body against improper data processing.

Version of the Privacy Policy

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