Information that is collected by bachelorparty.shop
Every visitor can browse bachelorparty.shop website without giving any personal information. We will need personal data such as your e-mail, your name and your phone only when you want to contact us and if we need to communicate with you directly.
Information Provided By You: In Contact Form
When you want to contact us, you will be asked for personal information such as your name, your email address and your phone number to be stored in our database or applications on our server.
Information Provided By You: In Order Form
When you want to order in our online store you will be asked for personal information such as your name, address, email, telephone number, address, VAT number, name, and profession to be stored in the database on our server.
The visitor / user can contact bachelorparty.shop to cross-check the existence of the file, correct it, change it or delete it. You can see your account and edit all of your details here.
The visitor / user can contact bachelorparty.shop in order to delete their personal file, correct it, change it or delete it.
We use the IP addresses through which your PC has access to the Internet and bachelorparty.shop and use it exclusively for the collection of statistics and the security of transactions.
Recording Data: Logs
When you use the services provided by bachelorparty.shop we automatically collect and store certain information in the server log files.
Details of how you used our site, such as queries or search and how much time you spent on each link.
Internet Protocol (IP) Address.
Event information for the device, such as a power outage, system activity, device settings, browser type, browser language, date and time of your request, and reference URL are logged.
When using bachelorparty.shop, we have the right to collect and process data about your actual location.
We use various technologies to determine the location, including the IP address.
Cookies / Alphanumeric Identification Files
The session cookies are only used to recognize that you are entering the site. These are deleted as soon as you leave the site.
Cookies do not harm users’ computers nor the files stored on them. In the browser settings, the visitor / user may choose to prevent their browser from accepting new cookies or asking each time a new cookie is to be installed on its hard disk. However, the visitor / user should know that if he/she chooses to prevent cookies from being stored on his/her hard drive, he/she will not be able to use some services at bachelorparty.shop
Our primary goal is to continuously upgrade the navigation experience of visitors to our site. In order to achieve this and to meet your every need, we use items that relate exclusively to your preferences while browsing our site.
Third party vendors:
You can opt out of such cookies here. You may also opt out of using cookies from third-party vendors with a visit to the ad network exclusion page.
General terms of protection of personal data
bachelorparty.shop preserves the personal nature of your information and may not transfer/sell it to any third party (natural or legal person) for any reason, except for relevant provisions of the law and to the competent authorities alone.
bachelorparty.shop maintains files with personal information, which the visitor / user sends only for communication purposes.
We encrypt many of our services using SSL and we use cloudflare for extra security and protection against spambots. We use well known hosting provider who includes extra security features to their servers and implement blackout detectors by scanning all ip addresses.
We review data collection, storage and processing practices, including physical security measures, to protect against unauthorised access to systems.
Access to personal information is restricted to employees, contractors and representatives of bachelorparty.shop who need to know this data for processing reasons and who are subject to strict contractual confidentiality obligations, if such measures are not met then they may be subject to disciplinary proceedings if they do not meet these obligations.
Personal data breach:
In the event of a personal data breach, the controller shall promptly and, if possible, notify the supervisory authority of the violation of personal data within 72 hours of becoming aware of the fact unless the personal data breach is unlikely to cause a risk on the rights and freedoms of natural persons.