Regulations of electronic services

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Regulations of electronic services

The Regulations define the rules for electronic services provide by GetInData Adam Kawa, Piotr Krewski SC, company registration no. PL5252603485, with address Artura Grottgera 15/1, 00-785 Warsaw, Poland (hereinafter “the Service Provider”).


  1. Regulation – the document specifies the terms of use of the Service Provider’s services by the subscriber.
  2. Portal – the website of the Service Provider available on the following address
  3. User – a person who uses the services available on the Website on the terms set out in the regulations.
  4. Service – a service consisting of:
    1. sending e-mails prepared by the Service Provider to subscribers – the rules are set out in the Newsletter Regulations.
    2. answering questions asked via the contact form

Rules of the Service

  1. The Service is free of charge and voluntarily
  2. In order to provide the Service, the Service Provider obtains the necessary data from interested persons.
  3. The contact form service is only provided to people who:
    1. provided their data in the contact form available at
    2. have read and accepted the Regulations,
    3. have agreed to the processing of their personal data by the Service Provider,
    4. have concluded a contract for the provision of electronic Services by completing the form and sending a message.
  4. The Service is implemented by sending an e-mail to the e-mail address indicated by the User or by phone at the indicated telephone number
  5. The Website of the Service Provider contains cookies recording the User’s activities on the site (page views and display time) used by the Service Provider to individually adjust the content of the website.

Technical requirements and warnings

  1. In order to use The Service, you should have:
    • Internet access;
    • web browser enabling browsing on the computer screen of hypertext (HTML) documents connected in the Internet network by the Network Service with enabled JavaScript execution and saving of Cookies;
    • an active e-mail address;
  2. The Service Provider undertakes to ensure the highest possible quality and stability of the Website and the Services provided through it, however, it is not liable for the impossibility of using, interruptions and disruptions caused by force majeure or unauthorized activity of third parties.

Complaint Procedure

  1. The Service Recipient is entitled to lodge a complaint if the Service Provider fails to fulfill his obligations described in these Regulations or fulfills them in a manner inconsistent with the provisions of the Regulations.
  2. Complaints may be submitted in electronic form to the address: The complaint should include in particular a description of the problem being the basis of the complaint.
  3. The Service Provider shall consider the complaint within 30 days from the date of its receipt in the correct form. If the complaint can not be dealt with at a given time, the Service Provider will notify the complainant within this period about the reasons for the delay and the expected time for considering the complaint.
  4. The Service Provider will not consider complaints resulting from ignorance of the applicable provisions of law or the provisions of the Regulations.
  5. In the event of a breach of the complaint procedure, the complaint may not be accepted

Personal data protection

  1. The administrator of the Users personal data pursuant to art. 4 of the 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 the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC is the Service Provider.
  2. The purpose of data processing is to provide the Service specified in these Regulations.
  3. The Service Provider does not provide for sharing the User data to entities other than those authorized by law. The Service Provider reserves the right to entrust the User with other entities in order to provide the service properly.
  4. The data will be processed:
    1. as long as the User will use the service or require tax regulations.
    2. as long as it is necessary to maintain conversational continuity, and in the case of complaints until their consideration and limitation of claims.
  5. The basis for data processing are:
    1. the consent expressed by the User and, if necessary, his parent or legal guardian.
    2. an agreement concluded with the User in connection with training registration.
    3. the act of 11 March 2004 on tax on goods and services for data processed in connection with issuing invoices.
    4. a legally legitimate interest of the administrator:
      1. in connection with the need to answer the User’s questions expressed electronically;
      2. supervision of the services used by the User in accordance with the regulations and legal regulations.
  6. Each User has the right to access their data, update it, delete it, transfer it and obtain comprehensive information on this subject, claim liability in relation to user’s violation of the law and regulations, correct, substantiate objection to further processing and transfer, and is in dispute, raise objections to the personal data protection authority.
  7. The User also has the right to withdraw prior consent but without affecting the processing which took place until the consent was withdrawn.
  8. Providing data by the User is voluntary, but necessary for the proper provision of services by electronic means.
  9.  In order to exercise your rights, the User should send a message to the following e-mail address:

Final provisions

  1. The Regulations have been in force since 24th of May 2018 and are available at
  2. The Service Provider has the right to change the provisions of the Regulations or introduce a new one. The change of the provisions of the Regulations or the introduction of a new Service Provider will notify User via e-mail.
  3. The new Regulations or changes to the previous provisions shall enter into force after 14 days from the date of notification of the User to change the provisions of the Regulations or the introduction of a new one unless the User terminates the contract for the provision of services electronically in the manner specified in the Regulations.
  4. The applicable law is Polish law.
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