Privacy Policy

1. What is a Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy pertains to your personal data that we use as well as process in other ways.

REPUTE guarantees the protection of your data, while simultaneously regularly improving the Privacy Policy, thereby guaranteeing that data protection meets the highest requirements. By improving the Privacy Policy, you can always receive the previous versions of the Privacy Policy by contacting us, writing to the email: [email protected]

The purpose of the Privacy Policy is to provide the natural person, who is defined as a data subject, information about the purpose, scope, protection, and duration of the processing of personal data at the time of acquisition and by REPUTE when processing the personal data of the data subject.

Within the framework of the Privacy Policy, it is described how data is processed, for example, on websites and for the purposes of improving their functionality.

These updates and additions to the Privacy Policy were made on May 25, 2018.

2. What are personal data and how does data collection occur

Personal data is any information that, when used, can identify a physical person – REPUTE client, business partner, or company employee, such as personal identification code, residential address, personal phone number, personal email, occupation, income level, received services, payment information, telephone or electronic communication information, and other information related to a physical person.

REPUTE takes care of the processing of existing, potential, as well as former client data, observing Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016[3], as well as Directive 95/46/EC[4] (on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data) and the free movement of such data, as well as other applicable legislation in the field of privacy and data processing. REPUTE will not sell your data or provide information about your data for the marketing or other activities of third parties.

3. Data Use and Confidentiality

In connection with the services used, REPUTE is entitled to send notifications, reminders about services that have been started but not completed, and other information to the provided email address with the goal of improving the quality of service delivery. To make the website more effective and user-friendly, you can accept the use of cookies on the website. The legal basis for this is your consent, given by clicking the “Confirm” button in a pop-up window. These data are stored until you opt out of them. Similarly, REPUTE is entitled to send information, including direct calls, about and REPUTE partner news, promotions, and discounts, as well as to greet customers who are in the database on there holidays (customer’s name, birth date, month, and year). The legal basis is the desire to improve customer service quality, and this data will be kept as long as you do not opt out of them. Additionally, your data are processed when you create your profile on our website, for which your consent serves as the legal basis, and the data are kept until you opt out of them.

3.1. Confidentiality and Protection of Your Data

Access to your data is only available to authorized personnel of REPUTE who require this information to fulfill their job duties, such as processing your order in the online store.

You have the right to opt out of receiving any newsletters by unsubscribing from receiving newsletters, by clicking on the email link, or by sending information to the email: [email protected].

REPUTE informs that by providing your email address, you agree that it will be included in the database and notifications/reminders about started but unfinished goods orders may be sent to it from the website

By using the website, you agree that REPUTE or any third party acting on behalf of may collect and store data that allows tracking and counting:

  • the total number of website visits,
  • the number of visitors to each specific website,
  • the domain names of the internet service providers of visitors to,
  • IP addresses, and other data used for system administration purposes, as well as for monitoring the use of the website and organizing its improvement.