This Policy applies to collection, storage and processing of personal data of users, as well as the use of “cookies” and similar technologies on the iWealth.pl website (“Website”). The Website’s operator is iWealth Management Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw at al. Armii Ludowej 26 (00-609 Warsaw), entered into the register of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw, 12th Economic Division of the National Court Register under number KRS 381507, REGON 021485231, NIP (VAT no.) 8961518073, share capital PLN 3 426 350 (the “Company”).
- Contact details. To make contacting you possible, the Website allows for the collection of certain personal data: name, e-mail address, telephone number or province (declared place of stay).
- Registration data. The company collects personal data of users also during the registration process via the form available at https://online.iwealth.pl. During registration you will be asked to provide the following personal data: name, surname, e-mail, login, password, PESEL number and telephone number. Apart from the above-mentioned personal data, the user shall also be asked to provide certain information, including series and number of personal identity document, permanent residence address, tax residence status, user account number.
- The company is the administrator of personal data collected via the Website. You can contact the Company by post (the address given above), or via e-mail: email@example.com or by phone: +48 606 697 070.
- Your personal data shall be processed when it is necessary for the purposes resulting from the legitimate interests we pursue, which are: direct marketing, including profiling (e.g. to match the content of the Website to your preferences and interests); contacting you, carrying out measurements, statistics and analyses (e.g. to adjust the content of the Website to the preferences and interests of all users); ensuring safety, functionality and stability of the Website; detecting bots and abuse while using the Website; investigating and defending against claims.
- The recipients of your personal data may be entities providing the following services for us: consulting, legal, auditing, IT, telecommunications, archiving and destroying documents, marketing, as well as entities authorized to obtain data under applicable law, e.g. courts or law enforcement agencies – of course – only if they make a request based on an appropriate legal basis.
- Your personal data shall be stored for a period necessary to provide services and meet legal obligations incumbent on the Administrator, as well as to investigate and defend against claims for the period resulting from the time limit for limitation of claims, counted from the time when individual claims become due.
- Providing personal data is voluntary but if the user decides not to provide us with its basic contact details, the Company may not be able to respond to the user’s inquiry or provide services to the user.
- In the cases where the Company acts as a data controller, and if it is in accordance with the law, the user has the right to access its data, transfer it and limit its processing, and to object to the processing of its personal data, and request its correction or removal. The submission of such a request shall stop the processing of the user’s personal data and delete it, unless there is a significant legal interest that allows the data to be stored for a longer period (e.g. defence against claims or the existence of a legal obligation to store data). If you want to exercise your rights, please contact us via email.
- The users’ personal data is processed only as long as it is necessary for the purpose for which it is collected. When determining the period of storage of your personal data, we include the following criteria: (i) whether the user expresses continuous interest in our services, (ii) whether the user has become our client, (iii) whether the user informed us in a telephone conversation that s/he wishes to be contacted in the future.
- It is possible that we will be required to disclose your personal data to competent state authorities (in particular to the police or the prosecutor’s office) if we receive a request from them, subject to the legal basis for providing your personal data (e.g. court order).
- The user shall also be entitled to submit a complaint to the President of the Office for the Protection of Personal Data.
- Cookies are small text files/text fragments that the Website sends to the browser and which are sent back by the browser the next time you access the website to maintain the browser session or save the user’s website data.
- The Website uses the following types of “cookie” files: “session cookies” that are deleted after logging out or closing the browser by the user, as well as “persistent cookies” that remain on the user’s device for a specified period or until they are manually removed.
- The Website uses “cookies” to analyse statistical traffic, to match the appearance and content of the Website to the user’s individual needs, to present advertisements or messages adapted to the users and their interests. “Cookies” may collect personal data to increase the Website’s functionality. Such data is stored in an encrypted form, and access to it is limited.
The processing and use of “cookies” is enabled by default. However, these settings can be changed at any time. Details on the processing and use of “cookies” can be found in the web browser settings. More information on cookies and similar technologies, as well as the possibility of disabling them for a given browser, can be found at: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.