Privacy Policy

Personal Data Protection Declaration

1. General information

When formulating this data protection declaration, we took into consideration the relevant laws and internationally accepted recommendations; thus the webshop’s personal data protection and data processing rules and regulations fully comply with Act CXII of 2011 on the Right of Informational
Self-Determination and on Freedom of Information; Act VI of 1998 declaring the 28th January 1981 Convention for the Protection of Individuals with Regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data; Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Issues of Electronic Commerce Activities and Information Society Services; and the recommendations of the Online Privacy Alliance.

By visiting the website, purchasing or signing up for newsletters Customer accepts the conditions concerning personal data protection and data processing set out in the above Declaration.

Data Manager:
Company name: Goodwill Kft.
Head office: 4034 Debrecen, Nagyecsed utca 7.
Managing Director: Faludi Gáborné
Tax reference number: 10237621-1-09
Company registration number: 09-09-000025
Email address:

2. The legal basis of data processing
Act CXII of 2011 on the Right of Informational Self-Determination and on Freedom of Information states that personal data may be processed under the following circumstances:
a) when the data subject has given his/her consent;
b) when processing is necessary as decreed by law or by a local authority based on authorisation conferred by law concerning specific data defined therein for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest.
The data controller shall request and process only information which the Customer submits in order to fulfil the terms of a contract, or at the time of signing up for newsletters.
When placing orders please provide the following personal information:
Customer’s name
Customer’s e-mail address
Customer’s telephone number
Customer’s home address
Delivery address
Invoicing name and address
Visitors of the website accept that our system may keep a record of their IP addresses and the main characteristics of their visits for statistical purposes. This data shall not be linked to any individual visitor or personal data.

Use of Internet cookies
An Internet cookie is a small piece of data sent from the website and stored in a user’s web browser. This technology aids the server to follow the users’ activities, mark the chosen part of the website, and helps improve and measure the efficiency of searches and the use of commercials. This technology enables the webshop to compile statistical data of the website’s traffic. In certain cases the website host may share this information with its partners.
These cookies are not capable of identifying individual visitors, only their computers. Cookies cannot run programs or spread viruses, their only purpose is to make browsing faster, more uniform, convenient and enjoyable.
Visitors can decide whether they enable or disable cookies by adjusting their browser settings. The majority of browsers enable cookies in default setting, but they can be reset to block cookies.
If you decide to block cookies, the website host will be unable to guarantee the full use of the website’s interactive services.

3. The purpose of data processing
The purpose of data processing is the fulfilment of the terms of contracts, to use as proof in the future if required, and to keep records for accountancy purposes.
Personal data gathered from clients signing up for newsletters shall be processed exclusively for the purpose of providing information about our products and services.

4. The purpose of gathering personal data and the principles of personal data protection
The data gathered at the time of a purchase shall be processed by the Data Manager exclusively in connection with that particular contract.
Data required for the delivery of goods in order to fulfil the terms of contract shall be forwarded to the delivery company.
For accountancy purposes only the Data Manager shall forward the relevant data of Customer to the
accountant. Otherwise the Data Manager shall only disclose personal data in cases when it is a legal obligation (e.g. inquiries by the tax authorities or the police).
Personal data provided when signing up for newsletters shall not be forwarded to third parties; in case of opting out the client’s personal data shall be promptly deleted from the records.
Personal data shall not be forwarded to foreign countries by tha Data Manager.

5. The use and processing of personal data
In compliance with Act VI of 1998 declaring the 28th January 1981 Convention for the Protection of Individuals with Regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, the Data Manager shall not request special personal data, e.g. concerning race, political opinion, religious or other conviction, health or sexual orientation.
Personal or any other information provided by our visitors shall not be supplemented or linked to any data or information received from other sources. Linking data to those received from other sources can only be done after informing our visitors and obtaining their approval, and only in a form permitted by law.

6. Accessing data; the rights of those concerned
A person concerned is entitled to request information at any time from the Data Manager about the handling, the altering if necessary, and erasing or blocking his/her personal data.
The Data Manager is obliged to provide information at the Customer’s request about the data that has been processed, the sources of collection, the purpose, legal base and duration of the processing; furthermore, the name and address of the Data Manager and his activities in connection with the handling of data. In case of forwarding data to third parties the Data Manager is obliged to provide information of the legal base of data sharing and the recipient’s identity.
At the request of the person concerned the Data Manager shall, within the shortest possible period of time but no later than within 30 days, provide written information about data processed by him, its purpose, the date and time of forwarding, and the recipient’s identity.
The first request for information during a current year of this service is free; the fee of each further request during a current year is HUF 3,000 + VAT, payable in advance.
Requests for information may be refused only in cases defined by law.
If a person concerned requests the updating of his/her personal data, The Data Manager is obliged to implement the alterations without delay, but no later than within 30 days, at the latest, and inform the person concerned in writing.
The Data Manager is also obliged to comply with requests for blocking or erasing data without delay, but within 30 dayst at the latest, and inform the persons concerned in writing.
If the Data Manager refuses to comply with a request for altering, blocking or deleting data, he/she is obliged to inform the person concerned in writing within 30 days of receiving the request of the legal grounds of the refusal. In the event of refusing to comply with a request for altering, blocking or deleting data, the Data Manager shall inform the person concerned of the possibilities of seeking legal remedy before a court of law or the appropriate authority.

7. Information about data protection
The webshop accepts responsibility for providing clear, attention-drawing and unambiguous information about the purpose, principles and procedure of gathering data before recording and processing any personal information of Customers. Furthermore, in every case when the gathering, recording and processing of data is not a legal requirement, the webshop shall draw Customer’s attention to the voluntary nature of providing information.
When collecting, recording and processing data, the webshop shall always observe the restrictions set out in the Declaration, and inform Customers at their request about its activities in e-mail. The webshop shall not impose sanctions on Customers who refuse to provide non-compulsory information. The webshop is obliged to guarantee data security; it shall provide the technical and logistical background and establish the rules of procedure which guarantee the security of the collected, recorded and processed data, protect them from destruction, and prevent their unauthorised use or alteration. The webshop is also obliged to inform third parties with access to the webshop’s database of their obligation to observe the same rules concerning data security.

8. Other information
The webshop reserves the right to modify the terms of the Declaration in the future, therefore we recommend that Customers occasionally visit the web page of the Declaration.