Viking łodzie Aluminiowe

Privacy policy
Processing and Protection
of Personal Data


The administrator of personal data (within the meaning of REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC ( General Data Protection Regulation) – hereinafter referred to as the GDPR) in relation to Users’ personal data is

Viking Regina Gryszpińska Produkcja Łodzi
Address: ul. Warszawska 56, 46-083 Stare Siołkowice

The company has assigned registration numbers of the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity (CEIDG) under the NIP number: 7540025220, REGON 160002992

  1. Providing personal data as well as consent to their processing are completely voluntary. All personal data provided to us are processed only to the extent and for the purpose for which the CUSTOMER agreed. If the CUSTOMER does not provide the data necessary to process the order and does not consent to their processing, it may not be possible to complete the order.

  2. The Administrator ensures the security of the transferred data and the implementation of Users’ rights resulting from the GDPR Regulation. The user has the right to access their personal data and rectify them or request their complete removal (unless it is against the law) or limit the right to process their personal data – for this purpose, you can use the function in the store program to update user account data or please send an application (e.g. to the e-mail address provided) specifying the request for changes or deletion of data from the records. The ADMINISTRATOR may refuse to delete the User’s data only in the cases indicated by applicable regulations, in particular if the User has not paid all amounts due to the ADMINISTRATOR.
  3. Users’ personal data are processed in order to establish, shape, conclude, amend or terminate the Agreement between the Service Provider and the Customer and to implement the Sales Agreement or the Agreement for the provision of Electronic Services described in the REGULATIONS.
  4. The user may receive marketing and commercial information (in the form of a “newsletter”) if he agrees. The user may at any time opt out of receiving commercial information.
  5. We assure you that our company adheres to the personal data security policy. Personal data is safe with us and we make every effort to ensure that this level is systematically higher and higher.
  6. Users’ personal data may be transferred to third parties only with the consent of the User in the cases described in the REGULATIONS.
  7. In order to perform the contract and deliver the ordered products and send correspondence to the customer, the data may be transferred to: Poczta Polska or a selected courier company.
  8. To perform the contract and deliver the products, it is necessary to provide the following personal data of the CUSTOMER: surname and first name; shipping address for products; e-mail adress; contact telephone number; in the case of a company, additionally NIP.
  9. Personal data is processed only for the period necessary to perform the contract:
    • sales documents – for the period required by accounting regulations,
    • address data – until the warranty or guarantee period expires – whichever is longer;
    • e-mail address used to send the newsletter – for the period of validity of the user’s consent; consent may be withdrawn at any time.

    – after this period they are removed

  10. The customer has the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body – the Office for Personal Data Protection (UODO) if he has objections to the processing of his personal data by the ADMINISTRATOR.

Policy on the use of cookies


This Policy defines the rules for creating, storing and accessing information on the User’s devices using cookies in order to provide electronic services requested by the User.


I. General provisions

  1. In order to provide services by electronic means, the Administrator creates and stores temporary files and gains access to selected information on the User’s devices.
  2. Cookies – means binary data, usually small text files, saved and stored on the User’s devices, which are used in programming languages ​​for more efficient communication of the website and the user.
  3. Cookies created on the user’s devices may come both from the Administrator’s system (so-called own cookies) and from external programs supervising communication on the Internet (so-called external cookies, e.g. from Google and other websites).
  4. The User has the option to limit or disable the access of cookies to his Device. If you use this option, the use of the Website will be possible, except for the functions that are by their nature.


II. Purposes of using cookies

  1. Cookies and similar technologies are used on websites to ensure correct data transmission between connected computers. They are widely used, help to adjust the content of the settings page on the recipient’s computer, remember the preferred appearance of the page, e.g. the font size set, and ensure that the user performs several step-by-step activities (e.g. adding an article, making a purchase in an online store). Cookies can also be used to match the displayed advertisements to the interests of website visitors. It can be said that the “cookie” technology is necessary for the proper display of interactive pages.
  2. In addition to cookies sent from the website we connect to, cookies may also be sent from the servers of the websites they refer to, e.g. Google, YouTube or social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and others.
  3. In general, we can divide Cookies into two types of files:
    • session cookies: they are stored on the User’s Device and remain there until the end of the browser session. The saved information is then permanently deleted from the Device’s memory. The mechanism of session cookies does not allow the collection of any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device;
    • permanent cookies: they are stored on the User’s Device and remain there until they are deleted. Ending a browser session or turning off the Device does not delete them from the User’s Device. The permanent cookie mechanism does not allow the collection of any personal data or any confidential information from the User’s Device.
  4. Under normal circumstances, the Cookies used are safe for the user. When used correctly, it is not possible for viruses or other unwanted software or malware to enter Users’ Devices. These files allow to identify the software used by the User. Cookies usually contain the name of the domain they come from, their storage time on the Device (limited) and an assigned value (key).
  5. Cookies do not collect any personally identifiable information, including names and e-mail addresses.
  6. Each user can change the cookie settings in the browser they use, including completely disabling the possibility of saving them. If the user does not disable the option of saving cookies from different websites, it means in practice that he agrees to their saving and storage on the computer.
  7. The user may at any time delete cookies using the functions available in the web browser he uses.
  8. Ways of disabling or changing the settings for the most popular web browsers:
    1. Google Chrome – the default settings of Google Chrome allow the storage of cookies. To change the settings:
      • click on the “Google Chrome Settings” menu and select “Settings”;
      • click on “Show advanced settings” at the bottom of the page;
      • select the “Content Settings” option in the “Privacy” options;
      • select the desired settings;
      • to enter special settings for a given site, click “Manage exceptions” and choose your own settings for sites;
      • to confirm the changes, click the “Done” button.
    2. Microsoft Internet Explorer – The default settings of Microsoft Internet Explorer allow the storage of cookies, but block files that may come from websites that do not apply the privacy policy. To change the settings:
      • click on the “Tools” menu and select “Internet Options”;
      • select the “Privacy” tab;
      • use the slider to set the desired level of settings (the highest blocks cookies completely, the lowest allows the storage of all cookies).
    3. Mozilla Firefox – the default settings of the Mozilla Firefox browser allow the storage of cookies. To change the settings:
      • click on the “Tools” menu (in other versions: click the “Firefox” button) and select “Options”;
      • then select the “Privacy” tab and select the required settings;
      • to enter special settings for a given website, click on “Exceptions” and choose your own settings for the sites;
      • confirm the changes with the “OK” button.
    4. Opera – Opera’s default browser settings allow cookies to be stored. To change the settings:
      • click on “Preferences”, select “Advanced” and then “Cookies”;
      • select the desired settings;
      • to enter special settings for a given website, go to the selected website, right-click on it, select the “Website preferences” command and go to the “Cookies” tab and then enter the desired settings;
      • confirm the changes with the “OK” button.
    5. Safari – Safari’s default settings allow cookies to be stored. To change the settings:
      • in the “Safari” menu, choose the “Preferences” option;
      • click on the “Privacy” icon;
      • select the desired settings;
      • to enter special settings for a given site, click “Details” and choose your own settings for the sites.
  9. If you decide to reject all cookies, it will not be possible to use some of the content and services available on our websites, in particular those requiring logging in and later carrying out, for example, a purchase transaction in an online store. However, disabling cookies does not make it impossible to browse the pages of most websites.
  10. The user may at any time delete cookies using the functions available in the web browser he uses.
  11. It should be noted that the Cookies technology is used by hackers to infect computers and introduce malicious software. The cookie technology, which is to ensure proper communication with the website server, is in this case used contrary to its intended use. Protection against such an attack as well as other forms of hacking attempts should always be a good anti-virus protection program.
  12. . Today, Cookies technology is the “salt” of the Internet – in a good sense. Without cookies, many sites become much poorer.