1. Information on Data Administrator
  2. According to the Regulation by the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 regarding protection of natural persons in relation to processing of personal data and free flow of data, also known as GDPR, the Administrator of your data is P.W. „BUDMET” DARIUSZ NOCOŃ, ADAM NOCOŃ with its office in Czeladź, ul. Staszica 171 (postal code: 41-250), hereinafter the Administrator.

  3. Contact with Administrator
  4. Please direct any questions regarding processing of your data by calling to: 32 265 17 02 or sending an e-mail to: budmet@budmetnocon.pl

  5. Purpose of processing
  6. Your data may be processed to:

    • Conclude and perform a contract electronically (art. 6 par. 1 b) of GDPR);
    • Ensure quality of electronically provided services including, to solve technical uses related to the service and payment service (art. 6 par .1 b) of GDPR);
    • Handle technical services or complaint services in relation to a submitted complaint (art. 6 par. 1 b) of GDPR);
    • Market products and services offered by the Administrator and affiliated entities (art. 6 par. 1 a) of GDPR);
    • Arising from legally justified interest pursued by the Administrator or a third party, such as to secure and pursue any claims, conduct court or mediation proceedings (art. 6 par. 1 f) of GDPR);
    • Fulfil the legal obligation on the Administrator, such as to issue and store invoices and accounting documents, store data for archiving purposes and ensure accountability (art. 6 par. 1 c) of GDPR)
    • Fulfil obligations arising from separate legal terms, such as public authorities authorized based on statutory requirements (art. 6 par. 1 c) of GDPR);
  7. Scope of data processing
  8. In order to fulfil the above goals, the Administrator will need the following data: name, surname, address data, TAX ID, PESEL, phone number, e-mail, bank account number, payment history, information on orders placed, information on orders completed and provided services as well as information on any submitted and considered complaints or service issues.

  9. Transfer of data
  10. In connection to processing of your data for the said purposes, data may be transferred or entrusted to the following entities:

    • Entities providing outsourcing services for the Administrator (if any),
    • Entities providing marketing services for the Administrator (if any),
    • Entities providing accounting services for the Administrator,
    • Entities providing legal services for the Administrator,
    • Entities affiliated with the Administrator and providing technical service for benefit thereof,
    • Postal operators and couriers,
    • Banks in respect of payment,
    • Public authorities authorized based on statutory requirements.

  11. Time of storing data
  12. Your data will be stored for another 5 years from the last event that could cause any claims. For certain claims, time may be extended if a longer period of prescription will be implied from the regulations. Prescription period for storing data processed for accounting and tax purposes will comply with the current legal regulations. Upon expiry of these periods, data will be removed or anonymized.

  13. Rights of persons whose data is processed
  14. In relations to processing of your data by the Administrator, you may

    • Access the contents of data (art. 15 of GDPR),
    • Request to correct data (art. 16 of GDPR),
    • Request to remove data (art. 17 of GDPR),
    • Limit processing of data (art. 18 of GDPR),
    • Transfer data (art. 20 of GDPR),
    • File objection against processing of your data (art. 21 of GDPR and art. 6 par. 1 F) RODO),
    • Withdraw your consent to processing of your data. Withdrawal does not affect compliance with processing right which is given based on prior agreement.

    Use of above authorizations is allowed by calling at 32 265 17 02 or sending a message to: budmet@budmetnocon.pl

    Be advised that you may file a complaint to the supervisory body, i.e. the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

  15. Voluntary provision of data
  16. Providing data is voluntary but necessary to conclude and perform a contract. Failure to provide personal data will result in a refusal to conclude a contract. Providing such data as phone no. or e-mail is voluntary and failure to provide such data will result in a refusal to conclude a contract but in this case we will not be able to contact you via these means, for example, to determine the goods receipt data or perform a service or confirm a technical service or consider a complaint.