The operator of the Website is InstantPay Piotr Zając („Operator”), Starogórska st. 56/1, 56-200 Góra, NIP: 5010078012. You may contact us by post Starogórska st. 56/1, 56-200 Góra or by mail: [email protected]
Personal data are processed in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) (“GDPR”). We do our best to keep personal data safe. We take appropriate technical measures in processing personal data.
II. Controller of personal data
The controller of personal data is InstantPay Piotr Zając, Starogórska st. 56/1, 56-200 Góra, NIP: 5010078012 („Data controller”).
For topics related to personal data you may contact the Data controller by post Starogórska st. 56/1, 56-200 Góra or by e-mail: [email protected].
III. Purpose, legal bases and time of processing personal data
The Data controller processes personal data for following purposes and scope:
a. conclusion and performance of the contract – throughout the duration of the contract and necessary time after its termination until the proper performance of the contract;
b. performance by the Data controller of legal obligations: the issue of invoices, accountancy documents, complaint support – until the time to perform legal obligations by the Data controller;
c. sending marketing information – throughout the duration of the permission to receive marketing informations;
d. sending the newsletter –throughout the duration of the permission to receive the newsletter.
The legal basis to process personal data by the Data controller are:
6 section 1a GDPR – permission to process personal data;
6 section 1b GDPR – performance of the contract or other actings before conclusion of the contract;
6 section 1c GDPR – fulfilling of the legal obligation of the Data controller;
Personal data will be processed throughout the duration which is necessary to perform services on the Website.
Personal data will be removed in following cases:
- when you will demand to delete personal data or you will withdraw your consent;
- when you will not act for more than 3 years (inactive contact);
- after receiving the information by the Data controller that kept personal data is not up to date or inaccurate.
IV. Category of personal data
Data controller processes following categories of personal data:
- contact informations;
- information about your activity on the Website;
- information about claims, complaints and other motions;
V. Recipients of personal data
1.Personal data may be transferred to third parties which provide payment services, legal services, accountancy services, information and hosting services.
2.Personal data is not transferred outside of the EOG.
3.We are obliged to provide personal data to: the prosecutor office, the police department, ICO if they will demand them from the Data controller.
You have the following rights related to personal data:
right to access
You have the right to be informed by the Data controller about whether your personal data are processed. If the Data controller processes you personal data you have the right to:
1.access to your personal data
2.be informed about the purposes of processing the personal data, about the recipients and categories of personal data, period of keeping the personal data or criterias to determine this period, about right from GDPR and right to lodge a complaint to supervisory authority, the data source, automatic decisions, including profiling and protections used in relation to transfers of personal data outside of the EU.
3.get a copy of personal data.
right to rectifications
1.If your personal data are incorrect you have the right to demand to rectify the personal data from the Data controller.
2.You have the right to demand to complete the personal data from the Data controller.
right to erasure
You have the right to demand to remove personal data from the Data controller, when:
1.personal data are no longer needed for the purposes for which they have been collected
2.you have withdrawn the consent to process personal data within the scope for which they have been processed on the basis of that consent
3.personal data are processed unlawfully.
4.an objection has been brought against processing of personal data
Despite the motion to demand to erase personal data, the Data controller may process personal data for the purpose of establishing, investigation or legal defense.
right to restrict
You have the right to restrict the processing of your personal data, when:
1.you challenge the accuracy of your personal data – the Data controller will restrict the processing of your personal data during the time to check the accuracy of your personal data,
2.the processing of personal data is illegal, but instead of erasing, you demand the restriction to process personal data,
3 the personal data are no longer necessary for the purpose of processing but they are necessary for the purpose of establishing, investigating or legal defense;
4, An objection has been brought against the processing of personal data – until the statement whether legal legitimate interest of the Data controller is superior to the basis stated in the objection.
right to object
1.You have the right to raise an objection against the processing of personal data, in particular profiling at any time, in regards to:
- necessary processing to perform a task in the public interest or neccessary processing for the purpose of legally justified interests realized by the Data controller or a third party
- processing for direct marketing
right to data portability
1.You have the right to receive from the Data controller your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and have the right to transmit those data to another controller without hindrance from the controller to which the personal data have been provided or send to another data controller of personal data,
- You may demand from the Data controller to transfer directly personal data to another data controller (if it is technically possible).
Right to withdraw consent to process personal data
1.You may withdraw your consent to process your personal data at any time.
2.Withdrawing your consent to process your personal data has no influence on the conformity with the right to process based on the consent before its withdrawal.
To exercise any of the above rights please contact us by post Starogórska st. 56/1, 56-200 Góra post: ____ or by e-mail: [email protected].
Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority
1.If you think that we infringe GDPR when processing your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, in particular in the country of your residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement.
2.President of the Personal Data Protection Office is a supervisory authority in accordance with GDPR.
VII. Cookies. General informations
During browsing websites cookies („Cookies”) are used.
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or the hard drive of your device if you agree. Application of Cookies helps us to appropriately build the Website. Cookies allow us to identify the used device and adapt the Website to individual needs.
Used by us Cookies are safe for devices. In particular it is not possible for virus or other malwares to get to your device through Cookies.
As a rule a website browser allows to store Cookies on your device. You may at any time change the setting about Cookies. The settings can be modified in a way to block automatically Cookies or to inform about their storage on the device.
Please note that restriction of using Cookies may affect some functionalities on the Website.
VIII. Types of Cookies
We use two types of Cookies:
a.session Cookies: are kept on the device and stay there until the end of the season of the website browser, all saved informations are deleted from the memory of the device,
b.permanent Cookies: are kept on the device and stay there until their deletion. The end of the session of the website browser or the device switching off does not cause the deletion of the Cookies.
- Purposes of using cookies
Cookies are used to:
a.adapt the content of the Website to the user’s preferences and optimize the use of the Website. In particular Cookies allow to detect the user’s device and to appropriately show the Website adapted to their needs;
b.create statistics helping to understand how users use the Website, which allows to improve its structure and content.
- Use of Third Parties’ Services
The Website uses the services of Facebook Piksel to create analysis of the effectiveness of advertisements within the frame of the Website use. More information about Facebook Piksel can be found under:
- Website Marketing
As long as the user would agree to it, the provided email and phone number will be used for marketing purposes of the Website, informing about new products, offered discounts and promotions.
The consent to use data can be withdrawn at any time by post to InstantPay Piotr Zając, Starogórska 56/1, 56-200 Góra or by e-mail to: [email protected]
XII. Final provisions
Last updated on 3th November 2019.