1. Data of the personal data controller and its duties.
As FOMLY Sp. z o.o., in the light of the applicable regulations, we are the controller of your personal data, and therefore, we are responsible for its lawful and contractually compliant utilization and proper protection. You can contact us by post, at the following address: FOMLY Sp. z o.o., ul. Kamienna 12, 31-403 Kraków or via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Why do we use your personal data?
The data you submit to us when subscribing to a newsletter, establishing contact by phone or by sending an inquiry via the form found on the website, or by concluding a rental contract and in the course of its performance, we use to:
A. conclude and perform the contract between us, hence, sending you a newsletter, contacting by phone, responding to an inquiry sent via a web site form or the rental of our furniture, exhibition spaces, etc. This data will be used for the duration of the contract and after its termination – for a period necessary to complete mutual settlements. We have the right to do so pursuant to art. 6 sect. 1 b) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We will refer to this legal basis as “contract performance”.
B. satisfy our legal obligations, which include:
i. issuing and storing accounting documents, including VAT invoices and bills,
ii. handling your complaints;
We will be using this data throughout the duration of our legal obligations. We are entitled to do so pursuant to art. 6 sect. 1 c) of the GDPR. We will refer to this legal basis as “legal obligation”. We are entitled to use your data for the duration of possible legal consequences for the failure to comply with the aforementioned legal obligations, which is set out in art. 6 sect. 1 f) of the GDPR. And so, we will refer to this legal basis as “our legally legitimate interest”.
C. determine, pursue or defend claims for the duration, after the expiry of which all claims arising from the contract between us become time-barred. The right to do so arises from our legally legitimate interest;
D. develop analyses and statistics for our internal purposes, including, among others, turnover analysis for a specific period, turnover analysis for a specific region, turnover analysis for status verification – for the duration of the contract, and after its termination, for the duration of the period of limitation of the claims under the contract. The right to do so arises from our legally legitimate interest.
3. Which data will we require?
A. If you would like to receive our newsletter, please send us the following data:
i. e-mail address,
If we do not have such data, it will be impossible to send you an e-mail with our newsletter.
B. If you would like us to contact you by phone, please send us the following data:
i. phone number,
If we do not have such data, it will be impossible for us to contact you by phone.
C. If you would like to contact us via a contact form from the website, please send us the following data:
i. first and last name,
ii. e-mail address,
iii. phone number.
Stating your first and last name or the phone number is not required. However, if we do not have your e-mail address, we will be unable to respond to your inquiry.
D. If you would like to utilize our service in terms of furniture, exhibition space, etc. rental, you should sign a rental contract with us. In such a case, please send us the following data:
i. first and last name or company,
ii. address of residence or the address of the conducted business activity,
iii. NIP [Tax ID] number,
iv. phone number,
v. e-mail address.
Without this data, concluding the contract will be impossible. During the term of the contract – throughout its performance – we also obtain other data of yours, such as, e.g. data regarding the services you purchased from us, bank account numbers or data resulting from the use of our website. The acquisition of such data results from contract performance and the technical operational aspects of our system. Such data can be utilized or stored for the duration of the contract, and after its termination – for the period of determining, pursuing or defending claims.
E. Providing data at contract conclusion is not a statutory requirement, however, we demand it. If you fail to submit the data, we will not sign the contract.
F. If you express consent to the use of your data, its content will define the purposes of its use.
4. Who do we share your data with?
A. We share your data with other data controllers, who process the data on their own behalf:
i. entities conducting postal, courier and transport activities – for the purposes of delivering the products you ordered,
ii. entities in the payment industry – in order to settle your accounts,
iii. entities handling our accounting, tax and legal matters – to the extent to which they become data controllers.
B. Your data will not be transferred outside of the European Economic Area.
5. Your rights.
A. With regard to your personal data, you can request that we:
i. provide access to data – namely, the provision of information on the data we process and their copy,
ii. rectify your incorrect data,
iii. remove the data processed groundlessly,
iv. restrict data processing – in the event of questioning data correctness, objection to their removal or objection to their processing,
v. transfer data to another controller or to you
vi. withdraw the consent to the processing of your personal data at any time – however, without impact on the lawfulness of the processing conducted based on the consent prior to its withdrawal – if the processing is based on your consent.
B. In order to exercise these rights, you should send us a request to FOMLY Sp. z o.o., ul. Kamienna 12, 31-403 Kraków or via an e-mail to email@example.com.
A. For reasons arising from your specific situation, you are also entitled to lodge an objection to the processing of your personal data, if it is used based on our legally legitimate interest or public interest. In such a case, the further processing of your data will be possible solely upon us demonstrating that there are significant, legally legitimate grounds for the processing of data that are superior to your interest, rights and freedom or if there are any grounds to determine, pursue or defend the claims.
B. In order to exercise these rights, you should send us an objection to FOMLY Sp. z o.o., ul. Kamienna 12, 31-403 Kraków or via an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
7. Complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office
If you decide that the processing of your personal data violates legal provisions, you shall be entitled to lodge a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
8. Our data.
FOMLY Sp. z o.o., with its registered office at ul. Kamienna 12, 31-403 Kraków, registered by the District Court for Kraków – Śródmieście in Kraków, 11th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, in the register of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register, under number 0000833524, share capital PLN 10 000.00, NIP [Tax ID]: 6772451964, REGON [Business Registry Number]: 385771839.
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