These terms set out the rules for shopping at www.medka.eu, including placing Orders for Medical Scrubs and Nursing uniforms, delivery, your rights to cancel the Order, withdraw from the Sales Agreement and submitting complaints.
Means Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.
Means a natural person with full or limited legal capacity, a legal person, or an organizational unit without legal personality who buys Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms at the Store.
Means a Customer who is a natural person, who purchases Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms or otherwise uses the Store, for a purpose not related directly to her business or professional activity.
Refers to the method used to deliver Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms.
Means the method used to pay for Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms.
Means the Website available at www.medka.eu, run by Us, where You can order and purchase Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms.
Means the time the Store takes to complete an Order and forward it to the company performing the delivery of the Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms.
Means the document available on the Website, through which You may place the Orders for Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms.
Means You and Us, the participants involved in the transaction of goods for payment, namely, Medka Marika Bury-Kubacka and you, the customer.
Means loose items presented in the Store that may be the subject of a Sales Agreement.
Means the Order placed by You through the Store to conclude a Sales Agreement with Us.
A questionnaire is available on the Medka.eu Website that you need to complete for You to be registered in our sales system.
Means your proof of purchase of Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms in the form of a VAT invoice or receipt.
Means the contract for the sale of Medical Scrubs and Nursing Uniforms, concluded between You and Us at the Online Store.
Means Medka Marika Bury-Kubacka, using the TAX (NIP) number 7922286379, REGON number 147050892, with the registered office at ul. Modrzewiowa 8, 37-500 Jarosław, Widna Góra.
Means the present terms and conditions.
This Policy has been issued by Medka Marika Bury-Kubacka, using the NIP number 7922283679, REGON 147050892, with registered office at ul. Modrzewiowa 8, 37-500 Jarosław, Widna Góra, Poland (hereinafter: “Administrator”) and is addressed to all users (hereinafter: “Users”) of our website (hereinafter: “Website”). The definitions used in this Policy are explained in item XIII below.
The Data Administrator is Medka Marika Bury-Kubacka, based in Jarosław, Widna Góra, Poland. The Administrator’s contact details are provided in Section XII below.
This Policy may be amended and updated to take into account changes in practices related to the processing of Personal Data by the Administrator or changes of generally applicable law. We encourage you to carefully read this Policy and regularly check this page to verify changes that the Administrator may make in accordance with the provisions of this Policy.
Acquiring Personal Data: The Administrator may collect Users’ Personal Data, such as: name, surname, address and contact details, including email address, telephone number as well as position, and company data. The administrator may obtain Users’ Personal Data, in particular in the following cases:
Processed Personal Data: Categories of Users’ Personal Data Processed by the Administrator may, in particular, contain:
Legal grounds for the processing of personal data: When processing Users’ personal data for the purposes indicated in this Policy, the Administrator shall rely on one or more of the following legal grounds, depending on the circumstances:
The purposes of processing Personal Data: The purposes for which the Administrator may process Users’ Personal Data are as follows:
The administrator may provide Users’ Personal Data:
If we engage a third party to Process Users’ Personal Data, in accordance with the processing agreement concluded with such entity, the Processing Entity will be obliged to: (i) Process only Personal Data indicated in the Administrator’s prior written instructions; and (ii) take all measures to protect the confidentiality and security of Personal Data and ensure compliance with all other requirements of applicable law.
At present, the Administrator does not forward and does not intend to transfer any Personal Data of Users to third countries that are not members of the European Union or to international organizations. If necessary, this Policy will be modified and the transfer of Users’ Personal Data may only take place on the basis of standard contractual provisions that the Administrator will implement before transferring such Personal Data. In this case, Users will be entitled to request a copy of the standard contractual provisions used by the Administrator, using the contact details indicated in point XII below.
The Administrator implemented appropriate technical and security measures to protect Personal Data, in particular including safeguards against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized publication, unauthorized access and other unlawful and unauthorized forms of Processing, in accordance with applicable law.
The Administrator is not responsible for Users’ actions or omissions. Users are responsible for ensuring that all Personal Data is sent to the Administrator in a secure manner.
The Administrator shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that:
The Administrator may ask Users about the accuracy of the Personal Data being processed at any time.
The Administrator takes all appropriate measures to ensure that the scope of Users’ Personal Data that he processes is limited to Personal Data adequately required for the purposes indicated in this Policy.
The criteria determining the duration of the period in which the Administrator stores Users ‘Personal Data are as follows: The Administrator stores copies of Users’ Personal Data in a form that allows identification, only as long as it is necessary to achieve the purposes set out in this Policy, unless generally applicable law requires longer period of storage of Personal Data. The administrator may, in particular, store Users’ Personal Data for the entire period necessary to establish, exercise or defend claims.
Pursuant to the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation, Users have the following rights:
If the Processing of Personal Data is based on the consent expressed by Users, Users have the right to withdraw consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the Processing that was carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal
In the event of incorrect Processing of Personal Data, Users have the right to lodge a complaint with the state supervisory authority for data protection, i.e. to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.
The above does not affect Users’ rights under laws or other generally applicable law.
To exercise one or more rights or ask about these rights or any other provisions of this Policy or about the processing of Users’ Personal Data, please contact us using the contact details indicated in point XII below.
A cookie file is a small file placed on the User’s device during a visit to the website (also on our Website). It records information about the device, browser, and in some cases, also about the preferences and common actions that Users perform when browsing websites. The Administrator may Process Users’ Personal Data via Cookie technology.
In the event that Users give voluntary, specific, informed and explicit consent to receive the Administrator’s newsletter, the Administrator may send Users an electronic newsletter with commercial information for promotional and information purposes. Personal Data provided to the Administrator in connection with subscribing to the newsletter will be used only for the purpose of sending the newsletter. Users can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time by using the unsubscribe option in the newsletter, using the opt-out link in the footer of the email message or by contacting the Administrator in any other way.
We will store Personal Data received from Users solely for the above purpose and for the period for which Users subscribe to the newsletter and until Users withdraw their consent to subscribe to the newsletter.
The transmission of Users’ Personal Data related to the receipt of the newsletter is not required either for legal or contractual reasons, nor is it required for the conclusion of any contract. Therefore, providing this data or agreeing to receive the newsletter is not mandatory for Users. The legal basis for receiving the newsletter is only the consent expressed by Users (Article 6 point 1 letter a of the General Data Protection Regulation). In the absence of such consent – the newsletter will not be sent.
In case of any questions, doubts or comments regarding the information contained in this Policy or other issues related to the processing of Users’ Personal Data by the Administrator, including the rights referred to in point IX of this Policy, please contact the Administrator (Medka Marika Bury-Kubacka, using the NIP number 7922283679, REGON 147050892, with registered office at ul. Modrzewiowa 8, 37-500 Jarosław, Widna Góra, Poland) via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.