Protecting your personal data is important to us. We are using your data exclusively based on the rules laid out by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Here is a summary of the most important aspects in the context of using our website.
Contact with us
By contacting us through the form on our website or by sending us an email, please be informed that we keep your personal data for processing your request and, in case of additional questions, for up to six months. We never pass your data on to third parties without your agreement.
Personal data include name, address, email and telephone number of our customers. Not included are anonymous data, which cannot be assigned to a person, for example statistical data.
Use of personal data
To use our webpage effectively, it is necessary to open an account. For this, we require your personal data such as your name, your address and your email. Only registered customers can process orders and use further options of our website.
It is essential to use a valid personal email address so that we can activate your new account or send you an order confirmation. Please remember to check your spam folder if you haven't received an email yet, and to put us on the white list.
For reasons of processing any order and later processing the contract, personal data such as your IP-address, your name and address, as well as purchased items and date of purchase will be recorded.
Transfer of personal data
We do not transfer personal data to third parties, except for the number of your credit card or bank account to the transacting bank/payment service provider, and only for the purpose of debiting you with the amount specified on your invoice.
If you cancel your order, all payment data will be deleted. In case of a contract taking place, all data used for this contract have to be stored until the fiscal storage deadline (7 years). Data such as "name", "address", "purchased item" and "purchase date" will be stored until the end of product liability (10 years). Data processing is based on the telecommunication law § 96 Abs 3 TKG and Art 6 Abs 1 lit a (agreement) and/or b (necessary for fulfill a contract) of GDPR.
We are using state-of-the-art saftey standards to protect all data on our server.
You have the possibility to subscribe to our newsletter on our webpage. Your email address as well as your approval to receive our newsletter is required. Subscribing to our newsletter works via a so-called Double-Opt-In-Process. Once you have subscribed to our newsletter, we are sending you a confirmation email with a link to approve the subscription. You can unsubscribe at any time. There is a link to unsubscribe at the end of every newsletter.
Our newsletter keeps our customers updated about our offers, new products and other interesting news about our product range.
To receive our newsletter, you need to enter a valid email address. The email address used in the subscription will be checked for validity. After subscribing to our newsletter, we will save your IP-address and the date and time of the subscription. This guarantees validity should a third party try to infringe your email address and subscribe without your knowledge or agreement.
Google is capturing information about the device you use, such as the type of device, the operating system version, device detection and information about the mobile network including your phone number. In some cases Google is connecting your detected device with your phone number to your Google account.
If you use Google services it is possible that we are processing information about your location. For location determination we are using different technologies such as IP-address, GPS and other sensors which are sending Google information about close-by devices, WIFI access points or cell towers.
On our webpage we have integrated plugins from Facebook, 1601 South California Avenue, Palo Alto,CA 94304, USA. Visiting our webpage causes a direct connection to a Facebook server. On this way Facebook gets the information that you have visited our webpage with your IP address. If you press "like", "share" or a similar button, Facebook is assigning the IP-address automatically to your Facebook account. This process can only happen if you are signed in to your Facebook account at the same moment. About the use and the type of used data we don't have any knowledge and are guiding you directly to Facebook for more information. If you don't wish an assignment of your IP-address to your Facebook account, please sign out at your Facebook account before visiting our webpage.
Basically you have the right of information, correction, deletion, restriction, data portability and withdrawal. If you think that the use of your data is in conflict with the General Data Protection Regulation or your rights of data privacy is infringed in any other way, you have the possibiilty to complain to the supervisory authority. In Austria this authority is the data protection authority ("Datenschutzbehörde").
You can contact us:
Alejandro Valle Vera
Awesome Valley Collectibles