Terms and conditions

Regulations of the Tadeevo minimalist shoes online store

The document primarily defines the rules on which contracts are concluded in the Store, including important information about the Seller, the Store and the rights of Consumers.



TABLE OF CONTENTS
§ 1  Definitions
§ 2  Contact with the Seller
§ 3  Technical requirements
§ 4  Shopping in the Store
§ 5  Payments
§ 6  Order fulfillment
§ 7  Right to withdraw from the contract
§ 8  Exceptions to the right to withdraw from the contract
§ 9  Complaints
§ 10  Personal data
§ 11  Reservations
§ 12  Opinions in the online store
Annex No. 1:  Sample contract withdrawal form

§ 1 DEFINITIONS

Working days  - days from Monday to Friday, except public holidays in Poland.
Consumer  - a Buyer who is a natural person, purchasing in the Store or taking steps to make a purchase, without direct connection with his business or professional activity.
Account  - a digital service regulated by separate regulations within the meaning of the Consumer Rights Act, thanks to which the Buyer can use additional functions in the Store free of charge.
Buyer  - any entity purchasing in the Store or taking steps to make a purchase.
Privileged Buyer  - Privileged Consumer or Entrepreneur.
Privileged entrepreneur  - a Buyer who is a natural person, concluding or intending to conclude an agreement with the Seller on the basis of the Regulations, directly related to his business activity, but not of a professional nature for him.
Regulations  – these regulations.
Store  – Tadeevo minimalist shoes online store run by the Seller at https://tadeevo.com.
Seller  - Tadeusz Koc, entrepreneur running a business under the name Tadeusz Koc Primal Evo, entered into the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity kept by the minister responsible for economy and maintaining the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity, NIP 6772353664, REGON number 364424063, ul. . Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków.
Consumer Rights Act  - Polish Act of May 30, 2014 on consumer rights.

§ 2 CONTACT WITH THE SELLER

  1. Postal address: ul. Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków
  2. E-mail address: shop@tadeevo.com
  3. Telephone: 48502181972
  4. The cost of a telephone call or data transmission made by the Buyer results from the basic tariff of the telecommunications operator or Internet service provider whose services are used by the Buyer. The Seller notes that the cost of an international call or international data transmission may be higher than the cost of a domestic call or transmission - depending on the tariff adopted by the telecommunications operator or Internet service provider used by the Buyer.

§ 3 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

  1. For the proper functioning of the Store, you need:
    • device with Internet access
    • web browser that supports JavaScript and cookies.
  2. To place an order in the Store, in addition to the requirements specified in section 1, an active email account is required.

§ 4 SHOPPING IN THE STORE

  1. Product prices visible in the Store are total prices for the product.
  2. The Seller points out that the total price of the order includes the price for the product indicated in the Store and, if applicable, the costs of delivery of the goods.
  3. The product selected for purchase should be added to the cart in the Store.
  4. Then, the Buyer selects the method of delivery of the goods and the payment method for the order from among the options available in the Store, and provides the data necessary to complete the order.
  5. The order is placed when its content is confirmed and the Regulations are accepted by the Buyer.
  6. Placing an order is equivalent to concluding a contract between the Buyer and the Seller.
  7. The Buyer may register in the Store, i.e. create an Account, or make purchases without registration by providing his/her data with each order.

§ 5 PAYMENTS

  1. The following payment methods are available in the Store:
    1. using a payment card:
      • Visa
      • Visa Electron
      • MasterCard
      • MasterCard Electronic
      • Maestro
    2. via the payment platform:
      • Shoper payments
      • dotpay
      • PayPal
      • Transfers 24
  2. If you choose to pay via the Shoper Payments platform, the entity providing online payment services is Autopay SA
  3. If the Buyer chooses payment in advance, the order must be paid within 7 Business Days of placing the order.
  4. By making purchases in the Store, the Buyer accepts the use of electronic invoices by the Seller. The buyer has the right to withdraw his acceptance.

§ 6 ORDER EXECUTION

  1. The order completion date is indicated in the Store.
  2. If the Buyer has chosen to pay for the order in advance, the Seller will begin processing the order after it has been paid.
  3. If, as part of one order, the Buyer purchased products with different lead times, the order will be completed on the date appropriate to the product with the longest lead time.
  4. Countries in whose territory the delivery takes place:
    • Poland
    • Germany
    • United States
    • Austria
    • France
    • Great Britain
    • The czech republic
    • Slovakia
    • Italy
    • Canada
    • Australia
    • Finland
    • Sweden
    • Norway
  5. The following delivery methods are available in the Store:
    1. via a courier company;
    2. via Poczta Polska;
    3. to InPost parcel lockers.

§ 7 RIGHT TO WITHDRAW FROM THE CONTRACT

  1. The privileged Buyer has the right to withdraw from the contract concluded with the Seller via the Store, subject to § 8 of the Regulations, within 14 days without giving any reason.
  2. The deadline to withdraw from the contract expires after 14 days from:
    1. in which the Privileged Buyer came into possession of the goods or in which a third party other than the carrier and indicated by the Privileged Buyer came into possession of the goods;
    2. in which the Privileged Buyer came into possession of the last goods, batch or part or in which a third party, other than the carrier and indicated by the Privileged Buyer, came into possession of the last goods, batch or part, in the case of a contract obliging the transfer of ownership of multiple goods which are delivered are separately, in batches or in parts.
  3. In order for the privileged Buyer to exercise the right to withdraw from the contract, he or she must inform the Seller, using the data provided in § 2 of the Regulations, about his or her decision to withdraw from the contract by means of an unambiguous statement (e.g. a letter sent by post or e-mail).
  4. The privileged buyer may use the sample withdrawal form at the end of the Regulations, but this is not obligatory.
  5. In order to meet the deadline for withdrawal from the contract, it is enough for the Privileged Buyer to send information regarding the exercise of his right to withdraw from the contract before the deadline for withdrawal from the contract expires.

    EFFECTS OF WITHDRAWAL FROM THE CONTRACT
  6. In the event of withdrawal from the concluded contract, the Seller shall refund to the preferred Buyer all payments received from him, including the costs of delivering the goods (except for additional costs resulting from the preferred delivery method chosen by the Buyer other than the cheapest standard delivery method offered by the Seller), immediately and in any case no later than 14 days from the date on which the Seller was informed about the Privileged Buyer's decision to exercise the right to withdraw from the contract.
  7. The Seller will refund the payment using the same payment methods that were used by the Privileged Buyer in the original transaction, unless the Privileged Buyer agrees to a different solution, and in any case the Privileged Buyer will not incur any fees in connection with this refund.
  8. If the Seller has not offered to collect the goods from the privileged Buyer himself, he may withhold the refund until he receives the goods or until he receives proof of sending them back, depending on which event occurs first.
  9. The seller asks to return the goods to the following address: ul. Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków immediately, and in any case no later than 14 days from the date on which the Privileged Buyer informed the Seller of the withdrawal from the sales contract. The deadline is met if the Privileged Buyer returns the goods before the expiry of the 14-day period.
  10. The privileged buyer bears the direct costs of returning the goods.
  11. The privileged buyer is only liable for any reduction in the value of the goods resulting from using them in a manner other than what was necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods.
  12. If, due to their nature, the goods cannot be returned by regular post, the Preferred Buyer will also have to bear the direct costs of returning the goods. The Seller will inform the Privileged Buyer about the estimated amount of these costs in the description of the goods in the Store or when placing the order.
  13. If it is necessary to refund funds for a transaction made by the privileged Buyer with a payment card, the Seller will make the refund to the bank account assigned to this payment card.

§ 8 EXCEPTIONS TO THE RIGHT TO WITHDRAW FROM THE CONTRACT

  1. The right to withdraw from a distance contract referred to in § 7 of the Regulations does not apply to the contract:
    1. in which the subject of the service is non-prefabricated goods, manufactured according to the specifications of the privileged Buyer or serving to meet his individual needs;
    2. in which the subject of the service is goods that deteriorate quickly or have a short shelf life;
    3. in which the subject of the service is goods delivered in a sealed packaging, which cannot be returned after opening the packaging due to health protection or hygiene reasons, if the packaging was opened after delivery;
    4. in which the subject of the service are goods which, after delivery, due to their nature, are inseparably connected with other things;
    5. in which the subject of the service are sound or visual recordings or computer programs delivered in a sealed package, if the package was opened after delivery;
    6. for the delivery of newspapers, periodicals or magazines, with the exception of subscription contracts;
    7. in which the price or remuneration depends on fluctuations in the financial market over which the Seller has no control and which may occur before the deadline for withdrawal from the contract.

§ 9 COMPLAINTS

AND GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Seller is liable to the Privileged Buyer for the compliance of the performance with the contract provided for by generally applicable law, in particular the provisions of the Consumer Rights Act.
  2. The Seller asks to submit complaints (including those regarding the operation of the Store) to the postal or electronic address indicated in § 2 of the Regulations.
  3. If a warranty has been granted for the product, information about it and its conditions is available in the Store.
  4. The Seller will respond to the complaint within 14 days from the date of its receipt.

II PRIVILEGE BUYERS

  1. Goods
    1. In the event of non-compliance of the goods with the contract, the Privileged Buyer may exercise the rights specified in Chapter 5a of the Act on Consumer Rights.
    2. The Seller is liable for the lack of conformity of the goods with the contract, existing at the time of its delivery and disclosed within two years from that moment, unless the shelf life of the goods specified by the Seller, its legal predecessors or persons acting on their behalf is longer.
    3. Pursuant to the provisions of the Consumer Rights Act, in the event of non-compliance with the contract, the Privileged Buyer may demand:
      1. exchange of goods,
      2. repair of goods.
    4. Additionally, the Privileged Buyer may submit a declaration about:
      1. price reduction,
      2. withdrawal from the contract
      in a situation where:
      • The seller refused to bring the goods into compliance with the contract in accordance with Art. 43d section 2 of the Consumer Rights Act;
      • The seller did not bring the goods into compliance with the contract in accordance with Art. 43d section 4-6 of the Consumer Rights Act;
      • the lack of conformity of the goods with the contract continues, even though the Seller has tried to bring the goods into compliance with the contract;
      • the lack of conformity of the goods with the contract is so significant that it justifies a price reduction or withdrawal from the contract without first using the protection measures specified in Art. 43d of the Consumer Rights Act;
      • it is clear from the Seller's representation or circumstances that he will not bring the goods into conformity with the contract within a reasonable time or without undue inconvenience to the Preferred Buyer.
    5. In the case of goods subject to repair or replacement, the privileged Buyer should make the goods available to the Seller. The Seller collects the goods from the preferred Buyer at his own expense.
    6. The privileged buyer may not withdraw from the contract if the lack of conformity of the goods with the contract is immaterial.
    7. In the event of withdrawal from the contract referred to in this section (concerning goods), the privileged Buyer shall immediately return the goods to the Seller at his expense, to the address ul. Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków. The Seller shall refund the price to the Privileged Buyer immediately, no later than within 14 days from the date of receipt of the goods or proof of their return.
    8. The Seller shall refund to the Privileged Buyer the amounts due as a result of exercising the right to reduce the price immediately, no later than within 14 days from the date of receipt of the Privileged Buyer's declaration on the price reduction.
  2. Out-of-court methods of dealing with complaints and pursuing claims
    1. The Seller informs the Consumer about the possibility of using out-of-court methods of dealing with complaints and pursuing claims. The rules for access to these procedures are available at the offices or on the websites of entities authorized to resolve disputes out of court. The consumer can benefit from, among others: With:
      • assistance of the relevant European Consumer Center from the European Consumer Centers Network. The centers provide information on consumer rights and help resolve disputes in the case of cross-border purchases. As a rule, the assistance of the European Consumer Centers is free of charge. The list of Consumer Centers appropriate for a given country can be found at:  https://konsument.gov.pl/eck-w-europie/
      • online ODR (Online Dispute Resolution) platform, provided by the European Commission, available at:  https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr
      Additionally, in the Republic of Poland you can benefit from the following forms of support:
      • mediation conducted by the appropriate Provincial Trade Inspection Inspectorate, to which a request for mediation should be submitted. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of Inspectorates can be found here:  https://uokik.gov.pl/wojewodzkie_inspektoraty_inspekcji_handlowa.php
      • assistance of the locally competent permanent consumer arbitration court operating at the Provincial Inspectorate of the Trade Inspection, to which an application to consider the case before the arbitration court should be submitted. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of courts is available at:  https://uokik.gov.pl/stale_sady_polubowne.php
    2. The previous provision is informative and does not constitute an obligation for the Seller to use extrajudicial means of resolving disputes.
    3. The use of extrajudicial methods of dealing with complaints and pursuing claims is voluntary for both the Seller and the Consumer.
    4. The consumer may additionally benefit from free assistance from the municipal or district consumer ombudsman.

III BUYERS OTHER THAN PRIVILEGED BUYERS

  1. For the avoidance of doubt, the Seller points out that the provisions of § 11 section 7.

§ 10 PERSONAL DATA

  1. The administrator of personal data provided by the Buyer when using the Store is the Seller. Detailed information regarding the processing of personal data by the Seller - including other purposes and grounds for data processing, as well as data recipients - can be found in the privacy policy available in the Store - due to the principle of transparency contained in the general regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU ) on data protection - " GDPR ".
  2. The purpose of processing the Buyer's data by the Seller, provided by the Buyer in connection with purchases in the Store, is to fulfill orders. The basis for the processing of personal data in this case is:
    • contract or actions taken at the Buyer's request aimed at concluding it (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR),
    • the Seller's legal obligation related to accounting (Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR) and
    • the legitimate interest of the Seller, consisting in the processing of data in order to establish, pursue or defend possible claims (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR).
  3. Providing data by the Buyer is voluntary, but at the same time necessary to conclude the contract. Failure to provide data will prevent concluding a contract in the Store.
  4. The Buyer's data provided in connection with purchases in the Store will be processed until:
    1. the contract concluded between the Buyer and the Seller will cease to be valid;
    2. the Seller will no longer have a legal obligation to process the Buyer's data;
    3. the Buyer or Seller will no longer be able to pursue claims related to the contract concluded by the Store;
    4. the Buyer's objection to the processing of his personal data will be accepted - if the basis for data processing was the legitimate interest of the Seller
    – depending on what is applicable in a given case.
  5. The buyer has the right to demand:
    1. access to your personal data,
    2. their corrections,
    3. deletion,
    4. processing restrictions,
    5. transfer data to another administrator
      as well as the right:
    6. object at any time to the processing of data for reasons related to the Buyer's particular situation - to the processing of personal data concerning him, based on Art. 6 section 1 letter f GDPR (i.e. on legally justified interests pursued by the Seller).
  6. In order to exercise their rights, the Buyer should contact the Seller using the data from § 2 of the Regulations.
  7. If the Buyer considers that his data is being processed illegally, the Buyer may submit a complaint to the authority competent for the protection of personal data. In Poland, it is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

§ 11 RESERVATIONS

  1. The Buyer is prohibited from providing illegal content.
  2. Each order placed in the Store constitutes a separate contract and requires separate acceptance of the Regulations. The contract is concluded on time and in order to complete the order.
  3. All contracts concluded on the basis of these Regulations are subject to the provisions of Polish law, subject to paragraph. 4.
  4. The choice of Polish law for contracts concluded on the basis of the Regulations with the Consumer does not waive or limit the Buyer's rights under mandatory legal provisions applicable to the Consumer in situations where there is no choice of law. This means in particular that if the national regulations applicable to a given Consumer provide for broader protection than that resulting from these Regulations or Polish law, this broader protection shall apply.
  5. Agreements concluded on the basis of the Regulations are concluded in Polish.
  6. In the event of a possible dispute with a Buyer who is not a privileged Buyer, related to a contract concluded through the Store, the competent court will be the court competent for the Seller's registered office.
  7. Any liability of the Seller towards the Buyer who is not a privileged Buyer under the contract concluded through the Store - within the limits permitted by law - is excluded.

§ 12 OPINIONS IN THE ONLINE STORE

  1.  The Online Store customer has the opportunity to voluntarily and free of charge submit an opinion regarding purchases made in the Online Store. The subject of an opinion may also be a rating, photo or review of a product purchased in the Online Store.
  2. After making purchases in the Online Store, the Seller provides the data necessary to create an email invitation to the company handling the survey process. The sending of surveys and the process of collecting opinions in forms is fully handled by TrustMate SA with its registered office at Bartoszowicka 3, 51-641 Wrocław
    TrustMate SA sends a message to the Customer an email with a request to submit an opinion and a link to the online form enabling it to be issued - the online form allows you to answer the Seller's questions regarding purchases, evaluate them, add your own description of the opinion and a photo of the purchased product. If no review is submitted after receiving the first invitation to leave a review, TrustMate may resend the invitation.
  3. An opinion can only be issued by a Customer who made a purchase in the Seller's Online Store.
  4. The opinions issued by the Customer are published by the Seller in the Online Store and on the TrustMate.io business card.
  5. Issuing an opinion cannot be used by the Customer for illegal activities, in particular for activities constituting an act of unfair competition towards the Seller, or activities violating personal rights, intellectual property rights or other rights of the Seller or third parties.
  6. Opinions can only be issued for products actually purchased in the Seller's Online Store. It is prohibited to conclude fictitious/sham sales contracts for the purpose of issuing opinions. The author of the opinion cannot be the Seller himself or his employees, regardless of the basis of employment.
  7. An opinion submitted may be deleted by its author at any time.



Annex No. 1 to the Regulations

Below is a sample withdrawal form which the Consumer or the privileged Entrepreneur may, but does not have to, use:



SAMPLE WITHDRAWAL FORM
(this form should be completed and returned only if you wish to withdraw from the contract)

Tadeusz Koc Primal Evo
ul. Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków
e-mail address: shop@tadeevo.com

- I/We(*) ......................................... ............................ hereby inform(*) about my/our withdrawal from the contract for the sale of the following goods(*)/for the provision of the following services(*):

............................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. .............................

..................... ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ...

......................................... ............................................................. ............................................................. .............................

- Date of conclusion of contract (*) /acceptance (*)

.................................... ............................................................. ............................................................. ....................................

- Name and surname of the Consumer(s) / Entrepreneur(s) ) privileged person(s):

............................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. .............................

- Address of the Consumer(s)/Privileged Entrepreneur(s):

............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ........................

........................ ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................

............................................................. ....................................
Signature of the Consumer(s) / Privileged entrepreneur(s)
(only if the form is sent in paper version)

Date ......................... .............

(*) Delete as appropriate.





Account Terms and Conditions

at the Tadeevo minimalist shoes store

TABLE OF CONTENTS
§ 1  Definitions
§ 2  Contact with the Service Provider
§ 3  Technical requirements
§ 4  Account
§ 5  Complaints
§ 6  Right to withdraw from the contract
§ 7  Personal data
§ 8  Changes to the Regulations or Account
§ 9  Final provisions

§ 1 DEFINITIONS

Consumer  – a Service Recipient who is a natural person who has concluded an Account maintenance agreement pursuant to the Regulations or is taking steps to conclude such an agreement, without any direct connection with his business or professional activity.
Account  - a digital service within the meaning of the Consumer Rights Act, provided free of charge electronically by the Service Provider to the Service User, thanks to which the Service User can use additional functions in the Store.
Privileged Entrepreneur  - a Service Recipient who is a natural person concluding an Account maintenance agreement (or taking steps to conclude it) pursuant to the Regulations, directly related to his/her business activity, but not of a professional nature.
Regulations  - these Account regulations.
Store  - Tadeevo minimalist shoes online store run by the Service Provider at https://tadeevo.com
Service Recipient  - any entity that has concluded an Account maintenance agreement or takes steps to conclude it.
Privileged Service Recipient  – a Service Recipient who is a Consumer or a privileged Entrepreneur.
Service provider  - Tadeusz Koc, entrepreneur running a business under the name Tadeusz Koc Primal Evo, entered into the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity kept by the minister responsible for economy and maintaining the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity, NIP 6772353664, REGON number 364424063, ul. . Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków.
Consumer Rights Act  - Polish Act of May 30, 2014 on consumer rights.

§ 2 CONTACT WITH THE SERVICE PROVIDER

  1. Postal address: ul. Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków
  2. E-mail address: shop@tadeevo.com
  3. Telephone: 48502181972
  4. The cost of a telephone call or data transmission performed by the Service Recipient results from the basic tariff of the telecommunications operator or internet service provider whose services the Service Recipient uses. The Service Provider points out that the cost of an international call or international data transmission may be higher than the cost of a domestic call or transmission - depending on the tariff adopted by the telecommunications operator or Internet service provider used by the Service User.

§ 3 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

  1. For proper functioning and creation of an Account, you need:
    • active email account,
    • device with Internet access,
    • web browser that supports JavaScript and cookies.

§ 4 ACCOUNT

  1. Creating an Account is completely voluntary and depends on the will of the Service User.
  2. The account gives the Service User additional possibilities, such as: viewing the history of orders placed by the Service User in the Store, checking the order status or editing the Service User's data independently.
  3. In order to create an Account, please complete the appropriate form in the Store.
  4. At the moment of creating the Account, an agreement for maintaining the Account is concluded for an indefinite period between the Service User and the Service Provider on the terms specified in the Regulations.
  5. The Service Provider starts providing the Account maintenance service on the terms specified in the Regulations immediately after concluding the Account maintenance agreement.
  6. The Service Recipient may resign from the Account at any time without incurring any costs.
  7. Deleting the Account results in the termination of the Account maintenance agreement. In order to delete the Account by the Service Provider, you must send your resignation from the Account to the e-mail address of the Service Provider provided in § 2 of the Regulations, which will result in immediate deletion of the Account and termination of the contract for maintaining the Account.

§ 5 COMPLAINTS

AND GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Service Provider asks you to submit complaints regarding the Account to the postal or electronic address indicated in § 2 of the Regulations.
  2. The Service Provider will respond to the complaint within 14 days of receiving the complaint.

II PRIVILEGE RECIPIENTS

  1. The Service Provider is liable to the Privileged Service Recipient for the compliance of the provision with the contract provided for by generally applicable legal provisions, in particular the provisions of the Consumer Rights Act.
  2. In the event of improper performance of the Account maintenance agreement by the Service Provider, the privileged Service Recipient may exercise the rights regulated in Chapter 5b of the Consumer Rights Act.
  3. If the Service Provider has not provided the digital service, the privileged Service User may request it to provide it. If, despite this, the Service Provider does not provide the digital service immediately or within an additional period expressly agreed by the Service Provider and the Privileged Service Recipient, the Privileged Service Recipient may withdraw from the Account maintenance agreement.
  4. The privileged service recipient may withdraw from the contract for maintaining the Account without requesting the provision of a digital service if:
    1. it clearly follows from the Service Provider's statement or circumstances that it will not provide the digital service or
    2. The privileged Service Recipient and the Service Provider have agreed, or it is clear from the circumstances of concluding the Account maintenance agreement, that a specific date for the delivery of the digital service was of significant importance to the Privileged Service Recipient, and the Service Provider did not deliver it within that period.
  5. The Service Provider is liable for any lack of compliance with the contract for maintaining an Account for a digital service provided continuously, which occurred or became apparent at the time when, in accordance with the contract, the service was to be provided.
  6. If the digital service is inconsistent with the Account maintenance agreement, the Privileged Service User may demand that it be brought into compliance with this agreement.
  7. In the event of non-compliance of the digital service with the Account maintenance agreement, the Privileged Service Recipient is obliged to cooperate with the Service Provider, to a reasonable extent and using the least burdensome technical measures, in order to determine whether the non-compliance of the digital service with the Account maintenance agreement results in a timely manner. from the features of the digital environment of the privileged Service Recipient.
  8. Additionally, if the digital service is inconsistent with the Account maintenance agreement, the Privileged Service User may submit a declaration of withdrawal from this agreement when:
    1. bringing the digital service into compliance with the Account maintenance agreement is impossible or requires excessive costs pursuant to Art. 43m section 2 and 3 of the Consumer Rights Act;
    2. The Service Provider failed to bring the digital service into compliance with the Account maintenance agreement within a reasonable time from the moment the Service Provider was informed by the Privileged Service User about the lack of compliance with this agreement, and without undue inconvenience to the Privileged Service User, taking into account the nature and purpose of this digital service, in how it is used;
    3. the lack of compliance of the digital service with the Account maintenance agreement continues, even though the Service Provider has tried to bring the digital service into compliance with this agreement;
    4. the lack of compliance of the digital service with the Account maintenance agreement is so important that it justifies withdrawal from the Account maintenance agreement without first using the protection measure specified in Art. 43m of the Act on Consumer Rights (i.e. requests to bring the digital service into compliance with the contract);
    5. it clearly follows from the Service Provider's statement or circumstances that he will not bring the digital service into compliance with the Account maintenance agreement within a reasonable time or without excessive inconvenience to the Privileged Service User.

III OUT-OF-JUDICIAL METHODS OF HANDLING COMPLAINTS AND SEEKING CLAIMS

  1. The Service Provider informs the Consumer about the possibility of using out-of-court methods of dealing with complaints and pursuing claims. The rules for access to these procedures are available at the offices or on the websites of entities authorized to resolve disputes out of court. The consumer can benefit from, among others: With:
    • assistance of the relevant European Consumer Center from the European Consumer Centers Network. The centers provide information on consumer rights and help resolve disputes in the case of cross-border purchases. As a rule, the assistance of the European Consumer Centers is free of charge. The list of Consumer Centers appropriate for a given country can be found at:  https://konsument.gov.pl/eck-w-europie/
    • online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform, provided by the European Commission, available at:  https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr
    Additionally, in the Republic of Poland you can benefit from the following forms of support:
    • mediation conducted by the appropriate Provincial Trade Inspection Inspectorate, to which a request for mediation should be submitted. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of inspectorates can be found here:  >https://uokik.gov.pl/wojewodzkie_inspektoraty_inspekcji_handlowa.php
    • assistance of the locally competent permanent consumer arbitration court operating at the Provincial Inspectorate of the Trade Inspection, to which an application to consider the case before the arbitration court should be submitted. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of courts is available at:  >https://uokik.gov.pl/stale_sady_polubowne.php
  2. The previous provision is informative and does not constitute an obligation of the Service Provider to use out-of-court dispute resolution methods.
  3. The use of extrajudicial methods of dealing with complaints and pursuing claims is voluntary for both the Service Provider and the Consumer.
  4. The consumer may additionally benefit from free assistance from the municipal or district consumer ombudsman.

§ 6 RIGHT TO WITHDRAW FROM THE CONTRACT

  1. The privileged Service Recipient has the right to withdraw from the Account management agreement concluded with the Service Provider within 14 days without giving any reason.
  2. The deadline to withdraw from the Account maintenance agreement expires after 14 days from the date of conclusion of this agreement.
  3. In order for the Privileged Service Recipient to exercise the right to withdraw from the contract, he or she must inform the Service Provider, using the data provided in § 2 of the Regulations, about his or her decision to withdraw from the contract by means of an unambiguous statement (e.g. a letter sent by post or e-mail).
  4. The privileged service recipient may use the sample withdrawal form at the end of the Regulations, but this is not obligatory.
  5. In order to meet the deadline for withdrawal from the contract, it is sufficient for the privileged Service Recipient to send information regarding the exercise of his right to withdraw from the contract before the deadline for withdrawal from the contract expires.

§ 7 PERSONAL DATA

  1. The administrator of personal data provided by the Service User in connection with the conclusion of the Account maintenance agreement is the Service Provider. Detailed information regarding the processing of personal data by the Service Provider - including other purposes and grounds for data processing, as well as data recipients, can be found in the privacy policy available in the Store - due to the principle of transparency contained in the general regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU ) on data protection - " GDPR ".
  2. The purpose of processing the Service User's data is to maintain an Account. The basis for the processing of personal data in this case is the contract for maintaining the Account or actions taken at the request of the Service User aimed at concluding it (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR), as well as the legally justified interest of the Service Provider, consisting in the processing of data in order to determine , pursuing or defending any claims (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR).
  3. Providing data by the Service Recipient is voluntary, but at the same time necessary to conclude an account management agreement and provide the services covered by it. Failure to provide data means that the Account maintenance agreement cannot be concluded and the Service Provider will not be able to provide the services covered by it.
  4. The Service Recipient's data will be processed until:
    1. the Account maintenance agreement will cease to apply;
    2. the Service User or Service Provider will no longer be able to pursue claims related to the Account;
    3. the Service Recipient's objection to the processing of his personal data will be accepted - if the basis for data processing was the legitimate interest of the Service Provider
    – depending on what is applicable in a given case.
  5. The service recipient has the right to request:
    1. access to your personal data,
    2. their corrections,
    3. deletion,
    4. processing restrictions,
    5. transfer data to another administrator
      as well as the right:
    6. object at any time to the processing of data for reasons related to the particular situation of the Service Recipient - to the processing of personal data concerning him, based on Art. 6 section 1 letter f GDPR (i.e. on legitimate interests pursued by the Service Provider).
  6. In order to exercise their rights, the Service User should contact the Service Provider.
  7. If the Service User considers that his or her data is being processed illegally, the Service User may submit a complaint to the authority competent for the protection of personal data. In Poland, it is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

§ 8 CHANGE IN THE REGULATIONS OR ACCOUNT

  1. The Service Provider reserves the right to change the Regulations only for important reasons. An important reason means the need to change the Regulations caused by:
    1. changing the functionality of the Account, requiring a modification of the Regulations or
    2. changes in legal provisions affecting the implementation of the Account maintenance agreement by the Service Provider or adaptation of services to recommendations, guidelines, orders or prohibitions, rulings, resolutions, interpretations or decisions of authorized public authorities or
    3. change of contact or identification data of the Service Provider.
  2. Information about the planned change to the Regulations will be sent to the Service User's e-mail address assigned to the Account at least 7 days before the changes come into force.
  3. If the Service Recipient does not object to the planned changes until they enter into force, it is assumed that he accepts them, which does not constitute any obstacle to terminating the contract in the future.
  4. If the planned changes are not accepted, the Service Recipient should send information about it to the Service Provider's e-mail address provided in § 2 of the Regulations, which will result in the termination of the Account management agreement when the planned changes come into force.
  5. The Service Provider may make changes to the Account that are not necessary to maintain its compliance with the Account maintenance agreement, for the reason specified in section 1 letter b or due to a change in the functionality of the Account. The introduction of the change referred to in the previous sentence will not involve any costs on the part of the Privileged Service User. The provision of section 2-4 apply accordingly.
  6. If the change referred to in section 5, significantly and negatively affects the Privileged Service User's access to or use of the Account, the Service Provider will send the Privileged Service User's e-mail address, in advance, on a durable medium, information about the properties and date of making this change and the rights related to this change. change of the privileged Service User.

§ 9 FINAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Service User is prohibited from providing illegal content.
  2. The Account Maintenance Agreement is concluded in Polish.
  3. The contract concluded on the basis of these Regulations is subject to the provisions of Polish law, subject to paragraph. 4.
  4. The choice of Polish law for a contract concluded with the Consumer under the Regulations does not waive or limit the Consumer's rights under mandatory legal provisions applicable to the Consumer in a situation where there is no choice of law. This means in particular that if the national regulations applicable to a given Consumer provide for broader protection than that resulting from these Regulations or Polish law, this broader protection shall apply.
  5. In the event of a possible dispute with a Service Recipient who is not a privileged Service Recipient, related to the Account maintenance agreement, the competent court will be the court competent for the seat of the Service Provider.
  6. Any liability of the Service Provider in connection with the Account maintenance agreement towards a Service User who is not a privileged Service User, within the limits permitted by law, is excluded.

Annex No. 1 to the Regulations

Below is a sample withdrawal form that the Consumer or the privileged Entrepreneur may, but does not have to, use:

SAMPLE WITHDRAWAL FORM
(this form should be completed and returned only if you wish to withdraw from the contract)

Tadeusz Koc Primal Evo
ul. Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków
e-mail address: shop@tadeevo.com

- I/We(*) ......................................... ............................ hereby inform(*) about my/our withdrawal from the contract for the provision of the following service(*)/ digital content in the form of(*):

............................................ ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................

............. ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. ......

........................................ ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................

- The date of conclusion of the contract (*)

........................................... ............................................................. ............................................................. .............................

- Name and surname of the Consumer(s) / Entrepreneur(s) privileged ):

................................................ ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................

- Address of the Consumer(s)/Privileged Entrepreneur(s):

..... ............................................................. ............................................................. ............................................................. .........................................

_ ............................................................. ............................................................. .........................................

............................................................. ....................................
Signature of the Consumer(s) / Privileged entrepreneur(s)
(only if the form is sent in paper version)

Date ......................... .............

(*) Delete as appropriate.






Newsletter and Bonus Terms and Conditions

at the Tadeevo minimalist shoes store

TABLE OF CONTENTS
§ 1  Definitions
§ 2  Contact with the Service Provider
§ 3  Technical requirements
§ 4  Agreement
§ 5  Complaints
§ 6  Right to withdraw from the Agreement
§ 7  Personal data
§ 8  Changes in the Regulations or Newsletter
§ 9  Final provisions

§ 1 DEFINITIONS

Bonus  - digital content within the meaning of the Consumer Rights Act, provided free of charge to the Service User by the Service Provider under the Agreement for subscribing to the Newsletter (lead magnet). The type of Bonus is indicated in the Store.
Consumer  – a Service Recipient who is a natural person who has concluded the Agreement or takes steps to conclude it, without direct connection with his business or professional activity.
Newsletter  - news regarding the Store, including information about offers, promotions and new products in the Store, provided free of charge to the Service User by the Service Provider under the Agreement, constituting digital content within the meaning of the Consumer Rights Act.
Privileged Entrepreneur  - a Service Recipient who is a natural person concluding the Agreement (or taking steps to conclude it), directly related to its business activity, but not having a professional character for it.
Regulations  – these regulations.
Store  – Tadeevo minimalist shoes online store run by the Service Provider at https://tadeevo.com.
Agreement  – agreement for the delivery of the Newsletter and the provision of the Bonus.
Service Recipient  – any entity that has concluded the Agreement or is taking steps to conclude it.
Privileged Service Recipient   – a Service Recipient who is a Consumer or a privileged Entrepreneur.
Service provider  - Tadeusz Koc, entrepreneur running a business under the name Tadeusz Koc Primal Evo, entered into the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity kept by the minister responsible for economy and maintaining the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity, NIP 6772353664, REGON number 364424063, ul. . Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków.
Consumer Rights Act  - Polish Act of May 30, 2014 on consumer rights.

§ 2 CONTACT WITH THE SERVICE PROVIDER

  1. Postal address: ul. Królowej Jadwigi 29/12, 30-29 Kraków
  2. E-mail address: shop@tadeevo.com
  3. Telephone: 48502181972
  4. The cost of a telephone call or data transmission performed by the Service Recipient results from the basic tariff of the telecommunications operator or internet service provider whose services the Service Recipient uses. The Service Provider points out that the cost of an international call or international data transmission may be higher than the cost of a domestic call or transmission - depending on the tariff adopted by the telecommunications operator or Internet service provider used by the Service User.

§ 3 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

  1. To use the digital content covered by the Regulations, you need:
    • active email account;
    • device with Internet access;
    • web browser that supports JavaScript and cookies.
  2. In the case of a Bonus that is a downloadable file, to use the Bonus (in addition to the requirements specified in section 1), you may need software that allows you to view or play this type of files and the amount of free space on the Service User's device specified by the Service Provider, necessary to download the Bonus. In such a case, additional technical requirements necessary to use the Bonus are indicated by the Service Provider in the description of the Bonus in the Store.

§ 4 AGREEMENT

  1. The service recipient may voluntarily subscribe to the Newsletter and receive a Bonus.
  2. In order to receive the Newsletter and Bonus, it is necessary to conclude an Agreement.
  3. E-mails sent under the Agreement will be sent to the e-mail address provided by the Service User at the time of concluding the Agreement.
  4. In order to conclude the Agreement, the Service Recipient, in the first step, provides his e-mail address in the designated place in the Store to which he wants to receive messages sent under the Agreement. When subscribing to the Newsletter, an Agreement is concluded for an indefinite period, and the Service Provider will start providing it to the Service Recipient - subject to section 5.
  5. In order to properly perform the Agreement, the Service Recipient is obliged to provide his or her correct e-mail address.
  6. The bonus will be delivered to the Service User immediately after concluding the Agreement, but no later than within 7 days from its conclusion.
  7. The newsletter is delivered immediately after the Service Provider creates messages intended for Service Users.
  8. The Service Recipient may unsubscribe from the Newsletter without giving a reason or incurring any costs, at any time, by sending a message to the Service Provider's e-mail address provided in § 2 of the Regulations.
  9. Sending a message requesting unsubscription from the Newsletter will result in immediate termination of the Agreement.

§ 5 COMPLAINTS

AND GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Service Provider asks you to submit complaints regarding digital content covered by the Regulations to the postal or electronic address indicated in § 2 of the Regulations.
  2. The Service Provider will respond to the complaint within 14 days of receiving the complaint.

II PRIVILEGE RECIPIENTS

  1. The Service Provider is liable to the Privileged Service Recipient for the compliance of the provision with the Agreement, provided for by generally applicable law, in particular the provisions of the Consumer Rights Act.
  2. In the event of improper performance of the Agreement by the Service Provider, the privileged Service Recipient has the opportunity to exercise the rights regulated in Chapter 5b of the Act on Consumer Rights.
  3. If the Service Provider has not provided the digital content covered by the Agreement, the Privileged Service Recipient may request it to provide it. If, despite this, the Service Provider does not deliver the digital content covered by the Agreement immediately or within an additional period expressly agreed by the Privileged Service Recipient and the Service Provider, the Privileged Service Recipient may withdraw from the Agreement.
  4. The privileged service recipient may withdraw from the Agreement without requesting the delivery of digital content covered by the Agreement if:
    • it clearly follows from the Service Provider's statement or circumstances that it will not provide the digital content covered by the Agreement or
    • The privileged Service Recipient and the Service Provider have agreed, or it is clear from the circumstances of concluding the Agreement, that a specific deadline for the delivery of digital content covered by the Agreement was of significant importance to the Privileged Service Recipient, and the Service Provider did not deliver it within that period.
  5. The Service Provider is liable for any lack of compliance of the provision with the Agreement which:
    • in the scope of the Newsletter - due to the fact that it is delivered continuously - occurred or became known at the time when, in accordance with this Agreement, it was to be delivered;
    • regarding the Bonus - existed at the time of its delivery and became known within two years from that moment.
  6. If the digital content covered by the Regulations is inconsistent with the Agreement, the Privileged Service User may demand that it be brought into compliance with the Agreement.
  7. In the event of non-compliance with the Agreement of digital content covered by the Regulations, the Privileged Service Recipient is obliged to cooperate with the Service Provider, to a reasonable extent and using the least burdensome technical measures, in order to determine whether the lack of compliance with the Agreement in due time is due to the features of the Service Recipient's digital environment. privileged.
  8. Additionally, if the digital content covered by the Regulations is inconsistent with the Agreement, the Privileged Service User may submit a declaration of withdrawal from the Agreement when:
    • bringing this digital content into compliance with the Agreement is impossible or requires excessive costs pursuant to Art. 43m section 2 and 3 of the Consumer Rights Act;
    • The Service Provider failed to bring the digital content covered by the Regulations into compliance with the Agreement within a reasonable time from the moment the Service Provider was informed by the Privileged Service User about the lack of compliance with the Agreement, and without excessive inconvenience to the Privileged Service User, taking into account their nature and the purpose for which they are used;
    • the lack of compliance of the digital content covered by the Regulations with the Agreement continues, even though the Service Provider has tried to bring it into compliance with the Agreement;
    • the lack of compliance of the digital content covered by the Regulations with the Agreement is so significant that it justifies withdrawal from the Agreement without first using the protection measure specified in Art. 43m of the Act on Consumer Rights (i.e. requests to bring digital content into compliance with the Agreement);
    • it clearly follows from the Service Provider's statement or circumstances that it will not bring the digital content covered by the Regulations into compliance with the Agreement within a reasonable time or without excessive inconvenience to the Privileged Service User.

III OUT-OF-JUDICIAL METHODS OF HANDLING COMPLAINTS AND SEEKING CLAIMS

  1. The Service Provider informs the Consumer about the possibility of using out-of-court methods of dealing with complaints and pursuing claims. The rules for access to these procedures are available at the offices or on the websites of entities authorized to resolve disputes out of court. The consumer can benefit from, among others: With:
    • assistance of the relevant European Consumer Center from the European Consumer Centers Network. The centers provide information on consumer rights and help resolve disputes in the case of cross-border purchases. As a rule, the assistance of the European Consumer Centers is free of charge. The list of Consumer Centers appropriate for a given country can be found at:  https://konsument.gov.pl/eck-w-europie/
    • online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform, provided by the European Commission, available at:  https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr
    Additionally, in the Republic of Poland you can benefit from the following forms of support:
    • mediation conducted by the appropriate Provincial Trade Inspection Inspectorate, to which a request for mediation should be submitted. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of Inspectorates can be found here:  https://uokik.gov.pl/wojewodzkie_inspektoraty_inspekcji_handlowa.php
    • assistance of the locally competent permanent consumer arbitration court operating at the Provincial Inspectorate of the Trade Inspection, to which an application to consider the case before the arbitration court should be submitted. As a rule, the procedure is free of charge. The list of courts is available at:  https://uokik.gov.pl/stale_sady_polubowne.php
  2. The previous provision is informative and does not constitute an obligation of the Service Provider to use out-of-court dispute resolution methods.
  3. The use of extrajudicial methods of dealing with complaints and pursuing claims is voluntary for both the Service Provider and the Consumer.
  4. The consumer may additionally benefit from free assistance from the municipal or district consumer ombudsman.

§ 6 RIGHT TO WITHDRAW FROM THE CONTRACT

  1. The privileged service recipient has the right to withdraw from the Agreement concluded with the Service Provider within 14 days without giving any reason.
  2. The deadline to withdraw from the Agreement expires after 14 days from the date of conclusion of this Agreement.
  3. In order for the Privileged Service Recipient to exercise the right to withdraw from the Agreement, he or she must inform the Service Provider, using the data provided in § 2 of the Regulations, about his or her decision to withdraw from the Agreement by means of an unambiguous statement (e.g. a letter sent by post or e-mail).
  4. The privileged service recipient may use the sample withdrawal form provided at the end of the Regulations, but this is not obligatory.
  5. In order to meet the deadline for withdrawal from the Agreement, it is sufficient for the Privileged Service Recipient to send information regarding the exercise of his right to withdraw from the Agreement before the deadline for withdrawal from the Agreement expires.

§ 7 PERSONAL DATA

  1. The administrator of personal data provided by the Service User in connection with the Agreement is the Service Provider. Detailed information regarding the processing of personal data by the Service Provider - including other purposes and grounds for data processing, as well as data recipients, can be found in the privacy policy available in the Store - due to the principle of transparency contained in the general regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU ) on data protection - " GDPR ".
  2. The purpose of processing the Service Recipient's data is:
    • implementation of the Agreement; the basis for the processing of personal data in this case is the Agreement or actions taken at the request of the Service User, aimed at concluding it (Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR);
    • analysis of the effectiveness of messages sent under the Agreement in order to establish general principles regarding effective sending in the Service Provider's activities; the basis for the processing of personal data for this purpose is the legitimate interest of the Service Provider (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR);
    • determining, pursuing or defending any claims related to the Agreement; the basis for the processing of personal data for this purpose is the legitimate interest of the Service Provider (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR).
  3. Providing data by the Service Recipient is voluntary, but at the same time necessary to conclude the Agreement and provide the digital content covered by it. Failure to provide the data will mean that the Agreement cannot be concluded and the Service Provider will not provide the digital content covered by it.
  4. The Service Recipient's data will be processed until:
    1. the Agreement will cease to apply;
    2. the Service Recipient or Service Provider will no longer be able to pursue claims related to the Agreement;
    3. the Service Recipient's objection to the processing of his personal data will be accepted - if the basis for data processing was the legitimate interest of the Service Provider
    – depending on what is applicable in a given case.
  5. The service recipient has the right to request:
    1. access to your personal data,
    2. their corrections,
    3. deletion,
    4. processing restrictions,
    5. transfer data to another administrator
      as well as the right:
    6. object at any time to the processing of data for reasons related to the particular situation of the Service Recipient - to the processing of personal data concerning him, based on Art. 6 section 1 letter f GDPR (i.e. on legitimate interests pursued by the Service Provider).
  6. In order to exercise their rights, the Service User should contact the Service Provider.
  7. If the Service User considers that his or her data is being processed illegally, the Service User may submit a complaint to the authority competent for the protection of personal data. In Poland, it is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.

§ 8 CHANGE IN THE REGULATIONS OR NEWSLETTER

  1. The Service Provider reserves the right to change the Regulations only for important reasons. An important reason means the need to change the Regulations caused by:
    1. changing the functionality of the Newsletter, requiring a modification of the Regulations or
    2. changes in legal provisions affecting the implementation of the Agreement by the Service Provider or adaptation of services to recommendations, guidelines, orders or prohibitions, judgments, resolutions, interpretations or decisions of authorized public authorities or
    3. change of contact or identification data of the Service Provider.
  2. Information about the planned change to the Regulations will be sent to the e-mail address of the Service User provided at the time of conclusion of the Agreement at least 7 days before the changes come into force.
  3. If the Service Recipient does not object to the planned changes until they enter into force, it is assumed that he accepts them, which does not constitute any obstacle to terminating the Agreement in the future.
  4. If the planned changes are not accepted, the Service User should send information about it to the Service Provider's e-mail address provided in § 2 of the Regulations, which will result in termination of the Agreement when the planned changes come into force.
  5. Due to the one-off nature of the provision of a Bonus, changes in the Regulations will not affect the Agreement to the extent it covers the provision of the Bonus.
  6. The Service Provider may make changes to the Newsletter that are not necessary to maintain its compliance with the Agreement, for the reason indicated in section 1 letter b or due to a change in the functionality of the Newsletter. The introduction of the change referred to in the previous sentence will not involve any costs on the part of the Privileged Service User. The provision of section 2-4 apply accordingly.
  7. If the change referred to in the previous provision significantly and negatively affects the Privileged Service User's access to the Newsletter or its use, the Service Provider will send the Privileged Service User's e-mail address in advance, on a durable medium, information about the properties and date of making this change. and the rights of the privileged Service Recipient in connection with this change.

§ 9 FINAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Service User is prohibited from providing illegal content.
  2. The contract is concluded in Polish.
  3. The contract concluded on the basis of these Regulations is subject to the provisions of Polish law, subject to paragraph. 4.
  4. The choice of Polish law for the Agreement concluded with the Consumer under the Regulations does not waive or limit the Consumer's rights under mandatory legal provisions applicable to the Consumer in a situation where there is no choice of law. This means in particular that if the national regulations applicable to a given Consumer provide for broader protection than that resulting from these Regulations or Polish law, this broader protection shall apply.
  5. In the event of a possible dispute with a Service Recipient who is not a privileged Service Recipient, related to the Agreement, the competent court will be the court having jurisdiction over the seat of the Service Provider.
  6. Any liability of the Service Provider in connection with the Agreement towards a Service Recipient who is not a privileged Service Recipient, within the limits permitted by law, is excluded.
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