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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
II. DEFINITIONS
III. SCOPE OF SERVICES PROVIDED THROUGH THE WEBSITE
IV. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USING THE WEBSITE AND PUBLISHING INFORMATION
V. PRICE POLICY AND LIABILITY OF THE SERVICE PROVIDER
VI. COMPLAINT PROCEDURE AS PART OF THE WEBSITE
VII. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT WITH THE SERVICE PROVIDER
VIII. FINAL PROVISIONS

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. In accordance with the requlations of the Act on Rendering Electronic Services, the company under the name: Wajnert Meble Sp. z o.o. with headquarters in Międzybórz at ul. Kolejowej 67, 56-513 Międzybórz, NIP: 911-200-60-47, REGON: 021935154, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Wrocław Fabryczna in Wrocław, IX Commercial Department of the National Court Register, under KRS number: 0000429627, hereinafter referred to as “Service Provider”, determines these terms and conditions for the provision of electronic services, hereinafter referred to as “Terms and Conditions”.
  2. These Terms and Conditions define the rules and technical conditions of services provided by the Service Provider electronically via the website www.wajnert.pl, hereinafter referred to as the “Website”.
  3. Enabling the use of the Website is a service within the light of the Act on Rendering Electronic Services, provided under an agreement between the Service Provider and the User and on the basis of the Terms and Conditions.
  4. Before using the Website, the User is obliged to read these Terms and Conditions. Starting to use the Website constitutes the approval of the terms of the Terms and Conditions.
  5. The Terms and Conditions are made available free of charge via the Website, in a form that allows it to be downloaded, saved and printed.
    6.Each User is obliged to comply with the resolutions of the Terms and Conditions from the moment necessary steps of using the services offered through the Website.
  6. The user is prohibited to provide illegal content.

II. DEFINITIONS
The terms and definitions used in these Terms and Conditions have the following meaning, except to the extent of the context in which they are used, unless otherwise provided:
1.WAJNERT MEBLE or the Service Provider – Wajnert Meble Sp. z o.o. with headquarters in Międzybórz at ul. Kolejowej 67, 56-513 Międzybórz, NIP: 911-200-60-47, REGON: 021935154 entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Wrocław Fabryczna in Wrocław, IX Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under KRS number: 0000429627.

  1. Personal Data Administrator (ADO) – Wajnert Meble, also known as the Service Provider, being the owner of the Website, which decides on the purposes and means of processing Users’ personal data.
  2. Furniture Showroom (distributor) – a furniture showroom that is a trade partner of WAJNERT MEBLE, selling WAJNERT MEBLE furniture.
  3. Contact Form – an application, otherwise also known as the address form or registration form, made available in electronic form, containing the User’s personal data and his consent to their processing by Wajnert Meble.
  4. Civil Law – the Act of April 23rd, 1964, the Civil Law.
  5. Consumer – a natural person who performs a legal transaction with the entrepreneur not related directly to his business or professional activity.
  6. Terms and Conditions – this Terms and Conditions together with any attachments that refer to them.
  7. Shopping cart/Clipboard – a tab available on the Service Provider’s Website, where it is possible to store information about selected products of the Service Provider.
  8. Website – a website under the name wajnert.pl available at the internet address www.wajnert.pl run by the Service Provider, enabling the use of the service.
  9. ICT system – a set of cooperating IT devices and software, ensuring processing and storage, sending and receiving data via telecommunications networks using a terminal device appropriate for a given type of network.
  10. Service – a service provided by the Service Provider to the User in accordance with the provisions of these Terms and Conditions.
    12 Personal Data Protection Act – the Act of May 10th, 2018 on the protection of personal data.
  11. Copyright and Neighboring Rights Act – the Act of February 4, 1994 on copyright and related rights.
  12. Act on Rendering Electronic Services – the Act of July 18, 2002 on Rendering Electronic Services.
  13. User – an entity that meets the conditions of the Terms and Conditions and uses the Services provided through the Website.

III. SCOPE OF SERVICES PROVIDED THROUGH THE WEBSITE
1.The Service Provider provides Services via the Website, in particular consisting of:
a. publishing the information about furniture or other WAJNERT MEBLE brand products, free of charge;
b. viewing and reading by Users of materials (in particular information, photos, data) posted on the Website, made available by the Service Provider, free of charge;
c. using the Contact Form;
d. using the Shopping Cart;
e. using the Newsletter (the detailed rules for using the Newsletter are set out in the attachment under the name: “Terms and Conditions of Newsletter Service “),
f. using the Catalog (the detailed rules for using the Catalog are specified in the appendix under the name: “Terms and Conditions of Catalog Service”).

IV. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USING THE WEBSITE AND PUBLISHING OF INFORMATION

  1. Technical requirements necessary for cooperation with the ICT system used by the Service Provider:
    a device with access to the Internet,
    b. a web browser that supports cookie technologies; the current versions of the browsers listed are valid:
    -Desktop: Chrome 81.x, Safari 13.x, Edge 81.x, Firefox 76.x,
    -Mobile: IOS Safari 13.x, Chrome for Android 81.x, Samsung Internet 11.x,
    c. an active e-mail account (e-mail).
  2. Using the Website may depend on the installation of Java and Java Script software and the acceptance of cookies.
  3. A user who does not meet the technical conditions referred to in this chapter has no right to pursue his or her claims due to problems with the use of the Website.
  4. All Users may use the services provided by the Service Provider via the Website.
  5. The Service Provider will make every effort to ensure that the Website functions continuously, and the Service Provider reserves that there may be interruptions in the functioning of the Website in order to update data, correct any errors or perform maintenance works, as well as for reasons beyond the Service Provider’s control (i.e. force majeure, acts or omissions of third parties for which the Service Provider is not responsible, etc.).
  6. The Service Provider will make every effort to inform Users about problems related to the functioning of the Website, referred to in point 5 above, as far as technically possible, in particular by placing a message on the Website.
  7. The User is obliged to comply with the law, principles of social coexistence, these Terms and Conditions and generally accepted rules of conduct relating to all Internet users, aimed at protecting their interests and the interests of third parties (ie Netiquette).
  8. The User has no right to use the services offered by the User in a manner that is against the law, morality or in a way that would infringe the legitimate interests of the Service Provider or third parties.
  9. The User has no right to download the contents of the databases available on the Service Provider’s Website in order to re-use them for commercial activities conducted by the User or other activities that would infringe the interests of the Service Provider.
  10. The User is entitled to use the materials available on the Website solely for personal use.
  11. The Service Provider hereby reserves that all materials made available on the Website (including in particular photos, descriptions, graphics, data) and not coming from the User are covered by legal protection resulting, inter alia, from the provisions of the Act on Copyright and Neighboring Rights. The User hereby acknowledges and accepts the fact that he has the right to use them only within the permitted personal use. Copying, reproduction, distribution on the Internet and other forms of using the materials on the Website, exceeding the limits permitted by law, are prohibited.
  12. In a situation where the Service Provider requires the User to provide an e-mail address to use a specific Service, the User agrees to provide the correct e-mail address, i.e. the one where it receives electronic correspondence.
  13. The User may consent to receive commercial information by electronic means, including, for example, in the form of a Newsletter or Catalog, from the Service Provider or its related entities to the e-mail address provided by him, by checking the appropriate box next to the content of such declaration. The user may at any time withdraw the consent granted in connection with the processing of his personal data without suffering negative consequences. Details on expressing the above-mentioned consents and personal data processing are described in the Annexes to these Terms and Conditions.
  14. The informations published by the Service Provider on the Website are edited by the Service Provider himself.

V. PRICE POLICY AND LIABILITY OF THE SERVICE PROVIDER

  1. The Service Provider hereby reserves that all content on the Website is for informational or promotional purposes only and may not be treated in a legally binding manner between the Service Provider and the User.
  2. The price proposal presented by the Service Provider on the Website is informative and shall not constitute a non-solicitation, solicitation of funds within the meaning of Art. 66 § 1 of the Civil Law.
  3. The prices on the Service Provider’s website marked under the name “list price” are recommended prices. The definition of “list price” refers to the price indicated in the Service Provider’s price list, containing the suggested prices of Wajnert Meble furniture / Wajnert Meble brand products and made available to Furniture Showrooms selling furniture of the Service Provider in the country or via an online store. Each of the Furniture Showrooms has full freedom in setting its prices, at which the above-mentioned products are sold, hence the Service Provider suggests checking them each time in the appropriate Furniture Showrooms.
  4. The Service Provider explains that the prices on the Website each time marked with the name “list price” may slightly differ from the prices indicated in the Service Provider’s price list, referred to in subparagraph 3 above, the differences being due to rounding on the Website online VAT amount up to the full zloty.
  5. The User hereby acknowledges that the Service Provider currently does not run an online store or sell its products directly. However, it is possible to select products presented on the website and to present the catalog price.
  6. The use of the Website by the User is at the expense and risk of the User.
  7. The Service Provider’s liability for non-performance or improper performance of the contract for the provision of Services is limited to actually incurred losses, proven and documented by the User, excluding lost profits (lucrum cessans).
  8. The Service Provider shall not be liable for damages resulting from the use of the Website by the User in breach of law or the Terms and Conditions, as well as for damages caused by the use of information from the Website by the User for economic, investment or business purposes, including for damages caused by the disclosure of personal data in accordance with the Terms and Conditions or generally applicable law and damages caused by external factors or other reasons beyond the control of the Service Provider.
  9. The Service Provider undertakes to protect Users while maintaining the requirements set out in applicable law. Detailed rules for the processing of Users’ personal data are set out in the “Privacy Policy” document attached to these Terms and Conditions.
  10. The Service Provider may collect Users’ IP addresses (network interface number), which are saved in the system logs of the Website. These data are used in particular to manage the Website, identify or solve problems related to the server’s operation, analyze possible security breaches, as well as for statistical purposes.

VI. COMPLAINT PROCEDURE WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE WEBSITE

  1. The User is eligible to file a complaint for non-performance or improper performance of the Service by the Service Provider.
    2.Complaints regarding the Services available on the Website may be submitted by the User in writing to the address of the service provider or by e-mail to bok@wajnert.com.pl.
  2. The complaint should contain in particular: User’s identification data, e-mail address
    of the User submitting the complaint, detailed description and indication of the reason for the complaint.
  3. The complaint is addressed by the Service Provider within 14 calendar days from the date of its receipt. The result will be notified to the User by the Service Provider (in the form in which the Service Provider received the complaint from the User) within 14 calendar days of receipt of the complaint submitted by the User.

VII. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT WITH THE SERVICE PROVIDER

  1. The contract of Services shall be formed when the User enters the Service Provider’s Website in the web browser or when he uses a redirection to this Website. The contract is terminated when the User leaves the Website. The forming and termination of contracts for the provision of the Services referred to in subparagraph 2 below is subject to the following provisions.
  2. The period for which the Agreement with the Service Provider is formed:
    a. the contract for the provision of Electronic Services consisting in enabling the sending of a message via the Contact Form is concluded for a fixed term and is terminated when the message is sent or the User ceases to send it;
    b. the contract for the provision of Electronic services consisting in the use of the Newsletter is concluded for an indefinite period; the termination of the agreement in question takes place on the terms set out in the attachment under the name “Terms and Conditions of Newsletter Service”.
  3. The Service Provider has the right to cease providing the Service to a User who violates the Terms and Conditions or generally applicable law or takes actions that interfere with the uninterrupted use of the Service by other Users. In this case, the Service Provider may suspend or terminate the provision of the Service after notifying the User through the e-mail address provided by him.
  4. The Service Provider may terminate the contract for the provision of a Service of a continuous and indefinite nature in the event that the User violates the Terms and Conditions, in particular when he provides unlawful content after an unsuccessful prior call to cease violations with an appropriate deadline. In such a case, the contract expires after 3 days from the date of submitting the declaration of intent to terminate it (notice period).
  5. The termination leads to termination of the legal relationship with effect for the future.
  6. The Service Provider and the User may terminate the contract for the provision of Electronic Services at any time by agreement of the parties.
  7. The Service Provider reserves the right to close the Website or to discontinue the provision of the Services without giving reasons after informing the Users in advance.

VIII. FINAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Service Provider reserves the right to unilaterally amend these Terms and Conditions.
  2. The Service Provider will inform Users about changes to the Terms and Conditions by providing a message about the change in the Terms and Conditions on the main page of the Website. The Terms and Conditions and their amendments enter into effect on the date of their publication on the Website or on the date indicated in the message, if such was indicated.
  3. In case of doubts regarding the rules and conditions of the Terms and Conditions, the Service Provider reserves the right to interpret the principles and conditions presented in these Terms and Conditions.
  4. These Terms and Conditions are subject to the properties of Polish law.
  5. Any disputes arising from the performance of obligations under the Terms and Conditions will be resolved by a common court with territorial jurisdiction over the registered office of WAJNERT MEBLE.
  6. The Terms and Conditions are available on the website www.wajnert.pl.
  7. Annexes, the list of which is presented below, constitute an integral part of these Terms and Conditions.

ANNEXES:

  1. APPENDIX 1: “PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA”
  2. APPENDIX 2: “PRIVACY POLICY”
  3. APPENDIX 3: “TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE NEWSLETTER SERVICE”
  4. APPENDIX 4: “TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MARKETING MATERIALS SERVICE”

APPENDIX 1: “PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA”
I agree to be contacted by a representative of the company under the name: Wajnert Meble
Sp. z o.o. with headquarters in Międzybórz at ul. Kolejowa 67, 56-513 Międzybórz, NIP: 911-200-60-47, REGON: 021935154, KRS: 0000429627 (hereinafter referred to as: the “Company”). Expressing the above consent will enable the representative of the Company to contact you in order to answer the question sent and to present the products, services or promotions offered by the Company (hereinafter collectively as: “Commercial information” within the meaning of article 10, paragraph 1 of the July 2002 of the Act on Rendering Electronic Services.
I consent to the processing of my personal data in the field of name and surname, e-mail address, correspondence address and telephone number by the Company. I have been informed that the administrator of my personal data is the Company. Personal data will be processed for the purpose of answering the inquiry sent. Providing data in the field of name, surname, e-mail address, correspondence address and telephone number is voluntary, but necessary to answer the question. Failure to provide this data will make it impossible to contact you. The processing of the data provided is based on voluntary consent, which may be revoked at any time, and the objection or withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing activities undertaken by the Company before the objection or withdrawal of consent. You have the right to access your data and rectify, delete, limit processing, the right to transfer data, as well as a complaint to the supervisory body – the President of the Office of the Personal Data Protection. Contact with the person responsible for the processing of personal data in the Company is possible at the following e-mail address: dane.osobowe@wajnert.com.pl. The recipient of your personal data may be entities providing and maintaining the Company’s IT infrastructure and external entities providing the service on behalf of the Company. Your personal data will not be transferred to a third country / international organization. Your personal data will be processed for the duration of using the service and stored until you object to their processing, withdraw your consent or determine that the data has become obsolete. Detailed rules for the processing of personal data and the related rights are described in the Company’s Privacy Policy.

APPENDIX 2: “PRIVACY POLICY”

  1. Who is the controller of the personal data?
    The administrator of personal data is a company under the name: Wajnert Meble Sp. z o.o.
    with headquarters in Międzybórz at ul. Kolejowej 67, 56-513 Międzybórz, NIP: 911-200-60-47, REGON: 021935154, KRS: 0000429627 (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”), phone: 62786 97 10, e-mail: info@wajnert.com.pl
  2. Where do we get your personal data from?
    We obtained the data:
    -directly from you,
    -from an entity that concluded a contract with our Company for the provision of services for your benefit,
    -from a partner / third party cooperating with our Company who provided your personal data on the basis of your consent,
    -from publicly available sources, e.g. from the National Court Register, Business Activity Central Register and Information Record, industry databases: Polish furniture manufacturers, suppliers for the wood industry, suppliers for the furniture industry, furniture stores, door showrooms, door and hardware manufacturers in Poland and many other similar bases.
    3.What personal data do we process?
    The company processes the following categories of data:
    contact details, including (name of the company or first name and surname, if you run a business on your own name),
  • telephone data, including contact telephone numbers previously provided by you (landline or mobile),
  • postal address and e-mail address data,
  • data required for identification and for the purposes of concluding a contract, selling goods and services, including issuing VAT invoices, notes, corrections,
  • identification data necessary to provide online services,
  • data needed to prepare the most appropriate marketing offer and products for you (e.g. about the Company’s products that you have used before).
    4.What will we use your personal data for?
    We will process your personal data for one or more of the following purposes:
    -in order to carry out activities performed at your request,
  • in order to perform the contract concluded with the Company on your behalf as a third party (Article 393 of the Civil Code), when another entity is a party to the contract,
    -in order to fulfill the legal obligation of the Company, e.g. issuing a VAT invoice, correcting invoice, note or bill,
    -in order to set up and administer your B2B account in the ERP IT system in the “B2B service” tab of the Company,
    -for marketing purposes for the Company’s products and services,
    -for informational purposes, i.e. providing you, on the basis of your prior consent to receive the Newsletter and other information from the Company by electronic means,
    -for courtesy purposes, i.e. sending you occasional wishes, including birthday and name day wishes, gifts,
    -for the organization of work within the Company in the form of telephone blocks, i.e. contacting you individually and directly,
  • in order to collect the above-mentioned data in the Company’s internal databases for more efficient data management,
    -if you give your consent and only to the extent that you agree, we will process the data: in order to conduct the following types of market and opinion research: quantitative and generic research (surveys and tests) or qualitative and opinion-forming research (personal interviews).
  1. Are you required to provide personal data?
    To the extent that the processing of data takes place in order to perform the contract with the Company (purchase, sale, cooperation), providing your data by you is a condition for concluding this contract. Providing data is voluntary, but it is necessary to conclude and perform the contract, especially in the case of payment for goods or services with a deferred payment date. If personal data is not provided, the contract will not be concluded and all purchases in the Company will be made in the form of prepayments for receiving goods or services. Providing the data necessary to issue an invoice is a statutory obligation and results from the Goods and Services Tax and Excise Duty Act. In the remaining scope, providing personal data is voluntary, it is not a statutory or contractual requirement and is not a condition for concluding a contract.
  2. How can you withdraw your consent?
    You can give all or some of the consents, or none. You can withdraw any consent given to the Company in connection with the processing of personal data at any time without incurring negative consequences. It is enough to send an e-mail, call or send a message by traditional mail to the indicated contact details of the data administrator. The will to withdraw consent may be expressed in any way, the only condition is that it reaches the Company. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing of your data before it is made, i.e. until the consent is withdrawn, the processing of data by the Company is legal.
    7.How to contact our information security administrator?
    It can reached by phone at the number: 62 59 96 716 or by e-mail at the address: dane.osobowe@wajnert.com.pl
  3. On what basis will we process your personal data?
    The basis for the processing of personal data is, depending on the activities performed:
  • signing and performance of a contract with the Company,
  • fulfilling the legal obligation incurred on the Company (e.g. issuing an invoice),
  • the legitimate interest of the Company (direct marketing of its products and services or performance of a contract signed with the Company on your behalf as a third party, when a party to the contract is another entity),
  • consent expressed by you.
  1. When and to whom can we provide data, and to whom we will not provide it?
    We may disclose your data to recipients, in the form of companies cooperating with us and performing tasks on our behalf and for us, e.g. (debt collection agencies, transport, shipping, legal, IT companies).
    10.What can you do with the personal data provided to us?
    You have the right to request the Company to access your personal data, rectify it, delete it or limit processing, and at your request, the Company may transfer the data to another data controller. Regarding the processing of your data for the purpose of marketing the Company’s own products or services, you may object.
  2. Until when will we store your data?
    -Your personal data will be kept for as long as it is necessary to perform the contract between you and the Company or a contract concluded by another entity on your behalf, and after that time for a period of time corresponding to the period of limitation of claims that may be raised by the Company and which may be raised against the Company.
    -If your personal data will be processed in order to fulfill the legal obligation incurred on the administrator, personal data will be kept for the time necessary to fulfill this obligation.
  • Data processed on the basis of consent will be processed until this consent is withdrawn.
    -If your personal data will be processed on the basis of the legitimate interest of the administrator, when the basis for such processing is the performance of a contract concluded with the Company for your benefit, the data will be processed until the fulfillment of the legitimate interest constituting the basis for this processing.
    -If your personal data will be processed on the basis of the legitimate interest of the administrator, when the basis for this processing is direct marketing of your products and services, your personal data will be processed until you object.
  1. Where can you file a complaint against the processing of personal data by the Company?
    Currently, such complaints should be submitted to the President of the Office of the Personal Data Protection.
  2. How will we not process personal data?
    Your personal data is not subject to automated processing (e.g. profiling) that produces legal effects on you or similarly significantly affects you, nevertheless we use cookies, Google Analytics and other systems recording traffic on our websites (profiling for marketing purposes).
  3. Contact with the Administrator
    Please send any questions related to the Privacy Policy to the following address: dane.osobowe@wajnert.com.pl
  4. Changes to the Privacy Policy
    The company reserves the right to make changes to the Privacy Policy if required by law. The Company, as the administrator, will notify about the relevant changes and the date of their entry into force by sending an e-mail.

APPENDIX 3: “TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE NEWSLETTER SERVICE”
I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
***1. The operator of the service is a company under the name: Wajnert Meble Sp. z o.o. with headquarters in Międzybórz at ul. Kolejowa 67, 56-513 Międzybórz, NIP: 911-200-60-47, REGON: 021935154, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Wrocław Fabryczna in Wrocław, IX Commercial Department of the National Court Register, under KRS number: 0000429627 (hereinafter as the “Service Operator”).

  1. These Terms and Conditions of the Newsletter Service (hereinafter: “Terms and Conditions”) define the regulations of the service of content delivery by electronic mail (hereinafter: “Service” or “Newsletter Service”) by the Service Operator.
  2. To use the Service, it is necessary to have access to the Internet and an e-mail address, including a standard operating system and a standard web browser.
  3. Before using the Service, the User is obliged to read these Terms and Conditions.
    II. SUBJECT OF THE SERVICE
    1.The Newsletter service is based on sending by the Service Operator to the e-mail address provided by the User messages containing WAJNERT brand marketing information, including information on the Service Operator’s offer, as well as events related to the promotion of products offered by the Service Operator.
  4. By signing a contract for the provision of the Newsletter Service with the Service Operator, the User provides his data in the registration form, i.e. e-mail address, in order to receive the messages referred to in the above provisions of the Terms and Conditions.
  5. The provision of the Service will commence after the conclusion of the contract for the use of the Newsletter Service.
  6. The newsletter is sent to the User no more than 4 times a month.
    III. TERMS OF USE
  7. The Service may be used by any person (hereinafter referred to as: “User”) who places an order for the Service on the website in the www.wajnert.pl domain in the part concerning the Newsletter on the terms described in Chapter IV of these Terms and Conditions.
  8. The Newsletter service is free of charge. The Service Operator reserves that any fees charged independently by the other persons in connection with receiving the Newsletter or using the Internet by the User shall be charged to the User.
  9. When using the Newsletter Service, the User is obliged to refrain from providing illegal content, including providing someone else’s data without the consent of authorized persons.
  10. Individual messages sent as part of the Service constitute works within the meaning of the regulations of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Neighboring Rights and are subject to the protection specified in the above-mentioned the law. Any copying, modifying or using them in a manner inconsistent with the intended purpose or without the consent of the Service Operator may constitute a violation of law.
    IV. SUBMISSION OF AN ORDER AND CANCELLATION OF THE SERVICE
  11. Placing an order for the Service requires the following steps:
  • providing the required data in the registration form on the Service Operator’s website,
  • expressing consent to send electronically to the e-mail address provided in the registration form in the form of Newsletters, under the conditions specified in the Terms and Conditions,
  • giving consent to the processing of personal data by the Service Operator,
  • confirmation of placing an order for the Newsletter service by clicking the activation link in the electronic mail sent by the system registering the e-mail address provided in the registration form.
  1. Upon confirmation of placing the order in accordance with subparagraph 1 above, the e-mail address provided in the registration form will be automatically registered in the list of Service e-mail addresses.
  2. The date of confirmation of the order in accordance with subparagraph 1 above is considered to be the date of conclusion of the contract between the Service Operator and the User for the free provision of the Service under the Terms and Conditions.
  3. The User may, without giving any reason and at no cost, resign from the Service.
    5.At the moment of resignation, the e-mail address indicated in the registration form is deleted from the list of Service e-mail addresses.
  4. Submitting an effective resignation is tantamount to termination of the contract referred to in this chapter of the Terms and Conditions.
    V. DURATION OF THE SERVICE
  5. The contract for using the Newsletter Service is concluded for an indefinite time.
  6. The User has the right to terminate the contract for the use of the Newsletter Service, and the termination shall be effective immediately.
  7. The User terminates the contract for the use of the Newsletter Service (i.e. resigns from the Service) by sending a statement on this subject to the e-mail address: bok@wajnert.com.pl.
    4.The Operator of the service has the right to cease the provision of the Service to a User who violates the Terms and Conditions or generally applicable law or takes actions that interfere with the uninterrupted use of the Service by other Users. In this case, the Service Operator may suspend or terminate the provision of the Newsletter Service after informing the User to the e-mail address provided by him.
  8. The Service Provider has the right to remove an incorrect or non-existent address
    e-mail provided by the User.
    VI. PERSONAL DATA
    1.The Service Provider is the administrator of personal data processed for the purpose of providing the Newsletter Service.
  9. Detailed information on data processing is available in the [Privacy Policy] tab.
    VII. COMPLAINTS
    1.Complaints regarding the Newsletter Service should be submitted to the following e-mail address: bok@wajnert.com.pl.
    2.The complaint should include the data of the User submitting the complaint, necessary to send information about the result of the complaint and a detailed description of the problem in the Newsletter Service and what are the expectations for the resolution of the complaint.
  10. The Service Provider shall consider the complaint within 14 days of its receipt.
    VIII. FINAL PROVISIONS
  11. The Service Provider reserves the right to amend the Terms and Conditions.
  12. Each User will be notified of an amendment to the Terms and Conditions by sending a Newsletter containing information about the amendment to the Terms and Conditions.
  13. The amendment to the Terms and Conditions shall enter into force on the date indicated in the notification, but not earlier than after 14 calendar days from the date of sending the Newsletter to the Users.
  14. The amendment to the Terms and Conditions is binding for each User, unless the User does not submit a declaration of resignation from the Service by the date referred to in subparagraph 6 above.
  15. All matters not covered by these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by generally applicable regulations of Polish law.
    6.The Terms and Conditions come into force on 30/11/2020.

APPENDIX 4: “TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE CATALOG SERVICE”
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
II. SUBJECT OF THE SERVICE
III. TERMS OF USE
IV. SUBMISSION OF AN ORDER AND CANCELLATION OF THE SERVICE
V. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT
VI. PERSONAL DATA
VII. COMPLAINTS
VIII. FINAL PROVISIONS

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Operator of the service is a company under the name: Wajnert Meble Sp. z o.o. with headquarters in Międzybórz at ul. Kolejowa 67, 56-513 Międzybórz, NIP: 911-200-60-47, REGON: 021935154, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for Wrocław Fabryczna in Wrocław, IX Commercial Department of the National Court Register, under KRS number: 0000429627 (hereinafter as the “Service Operator”).
  2. These Terms and Conditions of the service (hereinafter: “Terms and Conditions”) define the rules for the provision of the service described in Chapter II, Paragraph 2 of these Terms and Conditions (hereinafter: “Service”).
    3.In order to use the Service, you must have access to the Internet, including a standard operating system and a standard web browser, and, in the case of ordering the Catalog in paper form via traditional mail, possession and provision of the data required in the content of the address form.
  3. Before using the Service, the User is obliged to read these Terms and Conditions.
    II. SUBJECT OF THE SERVICE
  4. The catalog is a brochure available in paper or electronic form, published periodically by the Service Operator, containing marketing and promotional information of the WAJNERT brand, including information on products available in a given period (hereinafter: “Catalog”). The catalog period (i.e. a given calendar year) is indicated on the title page (cover) of each Catalog, during which the information presented in a given Catalog remain valid.
  5. The service may consist in: making the WAJNERT product catalog available by the Service Operator in an online form with the possibility of viewing or downloading it, without the need to provide personal data (Service No. I) or sending the Catalog Service by the Operator in paper form via traditional mail, after completing the address form by a person interested in using the Service (Service No. II).
  6. Where possible, for the purposes of these Terms and Conditions, Service No. I and Service No. II are jointly referred to as the Service.
  7. The User uses the Service No. I without providing personal data. By concluding a contract for the provision of Service No. II with the Service Operator, the User provides personal data in the address form, i.e. name, surname, correspondence address, telephone number, e-mail address.
    5, The provision of Service No. II takes place by sending the Catalog once to the indicated postal address.
    III. TERMS OF USE
    1.The Service may be provided by any person (hereinafter referred to as: “User”) who uses the Service No. I on the website in the wajnert.pl domain in the part concerning the Catalog (by viewing or downloading the Catalog in the online version) or Service No. II (by ordering the Catalog at the address indicated in the address form).
  8. The service is free. The Service Operator reserves that any fees charged by other persons regardless of the Service Operator, in connection with receiving the Catalog or using the Internet by the User, shall be charged to the User.
    3.Using the Service, the User is obliged to refrain from providing illegal content, including providing someone else’s data without the consent of authorized persons.
  9. Individual Catalogs sent as part of the Service are works within the meaning of the Act of February 4, 1994 on Copyright and Neighboring Rights and are subject to the protection specified in the above-mentioned law. Any copying, modifying or using them in a manner inconsistent with the intended purpose or without the consent of the Service Operator may constitute a violation of the law.
  10. Commercial information about products included in the Catalog, as well as the Catalog itself, are not an offer for sale within the meaning of the Civil Code but are only an invitation to conclude a contract within the meaning of art. 71 of the Civil Law.
  11. The catalog may be temporarily unavailable on paper or on-line due to maintenance work, software updates or other technical reasons. The Service Operator is not responsible for the unavailability of the Catalog.
    IV. SUBMISSION OF AN ORDER AND CANCELLATION OF THE SERVICE
  12. Placing an order for Service No. II requires the following steps:
  • providing the required data in the address form on the Service Operator’s website,
  • expressing consent to sending the Catalog in a paper form by traditional mail, under the conditions specified in the Terms and Conditions,
  • consent to the processing of personal data by the Service Operator,
  1. The date of confirmation of placing the order in accordance with point 1 above is considered to be the date of conclusion of the contract between the Service Operator and the User for free provision of the Service under the Terms and Conditions.
    V. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT
  2. The service is provided on a one-time basis.
  3. The agreement of Service No. I is terminated when the User leaves the website of the Service Operator. The Service Agreement No. II is terminated when the Operator provides the Service, i.e. the Catalog is sent, and the Service Operator is not responsible for failure to deliver the Catalog to the User for reasons beyond his control, including actions or omissions of the postal operator or other third parties.
  4. The User has the right to terminate the contract for the use of the Service, and the termination shall be effective immediately.
  5. The User terminates the contract for the use of Service No. II by sending a statement on this subject to the e-mail address: […] or via […].
  6. The Service Provider has the right to cease providing the Service to a User who violates the Terms and Conditions or generally applicable provisions of law or takes actions that interfere with the uninterrupted use of the Service by other Users.
  7. The Service Operator has the right to remove an incorrect or non-existent e-mail address
    provided by the User under Service No. II.
    VI. PERSONAL DATA
    1.The Service Provider is the administrator of personal data processed in order to provide the Service.
  8. Detailed information on data processing is available in the [Privacy Policy] tab.
    VII. COMPLAINTS
  9. Complaints regarding the Service should be submitted to the e-mail address: bok@wajnert.com.pl.
  10. The complaint should include the data of the User submitting the complaint necessary to send information about the result of the complaint and a detailed description of the problem in the Service and what are the expectations for the resolution of the complaint.
  11. The Service Provider shall consider the complaint within 14 days of its correct receipt.
    VIII. FINAL PROVISIONS
  12. The Service Provider reserves the right to amend the Terms and Conditions.
  13. The Service Operator will notify changes to the Terms and Conditions by posting an appropriate message on the Service Operator’s website.
  14. The amendment to the Terms and Conditions shall enter into force on the date indicated in the message, but not earlier than after 14 calendar days from the date of posting the message.
  15. A change to the Terms and Conditions is binding for each User.
  16. All matters not covered by these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by generally applicable regulations of Polish law.
    6.The Terms and Conditions come into force on 30/11/2020.