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Who will write to you?
We, as the company SolverTech s.r.o., with its registered office at Veselá 52, 756 51 Zašová, ID number: 28604377, entered in the Commercial Register kept by the Regional Court in Ostrava under file no. [C 34226 / KSOS] (‘we’).
If you want to contact us, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What will we write to you and why?
We will send you interesting facts and news from our business and here and there information about discounts and promotions so that you do not miss anything.
In order to send them to you, we need your e-mail address, which you hereby inform us and at the same time you agree that we will use it according to these rules.
We will save the e-mail address for 3 years.
What if you don’t want to hear about us anymore?
You can cancel the sending of news at any time by sending an e-mail to our address or by clicking on the link in the e-mails we send you. In addition to stopping writing to you, we will also delete your e-mail address from our database. However, revoking your consent does not affect the lawfulness of the data processing before you revoke it.
Who can help us with all this?
The following people and companies help us to send newsletters:
- The Rocket Science Group, LLC, a US-based MailChimp service;
- Roman Bartolšic, Brno, who takes care of the content
What are your rights?
Above all, you can give us feedback whenever you don’t like something. In addition, you have the following rights:
- request information from us about your personal data,
- request access to this data from us and have it updated or corrected, or request processing restrictions,
- request the deletion of this personal data from us – if it is not personal data that we are obliged or entitled to further process according to the relevant legal regulations,
- on the portability of data and the right to request a copy of the personal data processed,
- file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection,
- for effective judicial protection if you believe that your rights have been violated as a result of the processing of your personal data in violation of applicable law.