The company of Nastos Georgios respects the personal data of its visitors and registered users and has ensured that their private life and personal data is protected when using our services through our online carouselkids.gr home store. Therefore, our Carouselkids.gr online store uses your personal data in accordance with the European GDPR regulation, giving users to download them, process them or delete them from Carouselkids.gr online store.
Use your data:
If you choose to sign up to create your personal account or move to buy as a visitor to the Carouselkids.gr online store your data is stored in our database as you fill in your necessary fields, your name, address, City and your country of residence, your phone and your email. We use them to send you your order.
In any case access to our data at our online store, our technician, our technician, and absolutely no one else. Access to your data without authorization even by our company's employees is prohibited and we have taken over all the necessary steps so that no one can have access to them without our explicit consent. The only exception provided by law is only the competent authorities.
You can at any time going to GDPR tools at the bottom of our carouselkids.gr website to download them, or delete them. We also use them to communicate with you in case of problems in delivering the items you ordered. This use refers to your name, your phone, address and your e-mail address. We will not use your personal data to send you promotional. We will not use your personal data for any other purpose other than those relating to the proper handling of your order. We will never transmit your data or parts thereof, unauthorized individuals or third parties.
Access to data:
The appointments of the file may be communicated to the competent judicial, police and other administrative authorities following their legal request and in accordance with the applicable legislation. The customer has, within the framework of telecommunications privacy legislation, the right to information and objection laid down in Articles 11 to 13 to 13 of Law 2472/1997.