§ 1. General provisions
1. These Regulations of the Newsletter Service, which are hereinafter referred to as ‘Regulations’, determine the terms and conditions of the electronic provision of the newsletter service, hereinafter referred to as ‘Service’ by GT Group Tomaszek Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw, ul. Rondo ONZ 1, 00-124 Warsaw, for which the registration files are kept by the District Court in Rzeszów, XII Commercial Division of the National Court Register, entered into the register of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under the KRS number: 0000224213, share capital 13 257 000.00 PLN, NIP: 8151664972, hereinafter referred to as ‘Service Provider’, as well as activation and deactivation of the Service and the complaint procedure in regard to the people using the Service (hereinafter referred to as ‘Clients’).
2. These Regulations are addressed to the Clients who are consumers as well as entrepreneurs. The provisions of these Regulations are not aimed at excluding or limiting any rights of the consumers, which are granted to them by mandatory laws – any possible doubts shall be interpreted in favour of the consumer. In the case of non-compliance of the provisions of these Regulations with the above-mentioned laws, such laws shall prevail.
3. The Service is provided free of charge, electronically on the Internet via the following website: (hereinafter referred to as ‘Website’).
4. The Regulations are available free of charge on the Website in a form that allows obtaining, reproduction and recording of the Regulations. Anyone can read the Regulations. By accepting the Regulations, the Client concludes an agreement for the provision of the Newsletter Service provided by the Service Provider.
5. The User accepts all provisions of the Regulations and declares that it has knowledge in the scope of contents of the Regulations.
6. In order to use the Service, it is necessary to have access to the Internet and an e-mail address, however it is not necessary to meet special technical requirements, apart from having a standard operating system and a standard web browser.
7. Contact details of the Service Provider:
a. postal address: GT GROUP Tomaszek Sp. z o.o., ul. Cetnarskiego 35/37, 37-100 Łańcut
b. e-mail address:
c. open from Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (charge corresponding to a standard telephone call, in accordance with the tariff package of the service provider used by the Client).

§ 2. Subject of the Service
1. Subject of the Service consists of sending information to the Client in the form of an electronic letter (e-mail), hereinafter referred to as ‘Newsletter’, via e-mail, to the e-mail address previously provided by the Client.
2. The information sent in the Newsletter may be of advertising, promotional and informative nature, especially it may be information concerning the products or services offered by the Service Provider, including new products in the offer and current promotions, organised events, promotional campaigns. The Newsletter may include references to the press materials, articles, etc. concerning the Service Provider, as well as links to the websites cooperating with the Service Provider.
3. In order to conclude a contract for the provision of the Service with the Service Provider, the Client provides e-mail address indicated in the registration form.
4. Each Newsletter includes:
a. information regarding the sender of the Newsletter,
b. filled out “Subject” field, which determines content of the Newsletter,
c. information regarding the possibility and method of unsubscribing from the Newsletter service,
d. information regarding the possibility of changing the e-mail address to which the Newsletter is sent.

§ 3. Terms of use of the Service
1. The Service is free of charge.
2. The Service may be used by any person who will provide its e-mail address on the Website, in the part concerning the Service (Newsletter subscription form), and will accept the Regulations by clicking on the checkbox next to the following message: “I accept the Regulations of the Newsletter Service”, and then on the “Sign up” button. Clicking on the indicated button results in the sending of a link confirming registration in an automatic message to the provided e-mail address. Clicking on the link confirming the registration, which is included in the automatic e-mail sent by the Service Provider, results in the fact that the Client’s e-mail address will be used from this moment in order to provide the Service.
3. The User of the Service is obliged to refrain from providing illegal content, especially from providing other persons’ data without the consent of authorised persons.
4. Individual messages sent as part of the Service may contain pieces of works within the meaning of copyright law and they are protected by law. Any copying, modification and use in a manner inconsistent with the intended purpose or without the consent of the Service Provider may constitute a violation of the law.

§ 4. Duration and resignation from the Service
1. The contract for the provision of the Service is concluded for an indefinite period of time.
2. The User has the right to terminate the contract for the provision of the Service without the need to provide any reason. Such termination is effective immediately and it is not associated with any costs incurred by the User.
3. The User terminates the contract for the provision of the Service by sending a statement regarding this subject, by clicking on a special link included in the Newsletter footer, which is used to unsubscribe from the Service.
4. Moreover, deactivation of the Service may also occur at the Service Provider’s initiative, in the case of Client’s non-compliance with the obligations required by the Regulations.
5. At any given time, the Service Provider may suspend or terminate the provision of the Service, after providing prior notification of the Clients sent to the e-mail addresses provided by them.
6. The Service Provider has the right to delete an incorrect or non-existent e-mail address provided by the User.

§ 5. Personal data
1. The Controller of the Clients’ personal data is the Service Provider – GT Group Tomaszek Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw, ul. Rondo ONZ 1, 00-124 Warsaw, KRS: 0000224213, NIP: 8151664972 (hereinafter referred to as ‘Controller’). In the scope of matters concerning the protection of personal data, the Controller can be contacted via the following email address:
2. The processing of personal data will occur in order to provide the Services indicated in these Regulations, based on art. 6 sec. 1 (b) (contract) of the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter: “GDPR”).
3. The Service Provider declares that personal data will be processed for the period required to provide the Service, based on the Regulations, until the Client resigns from the Service.
4. The personal data of the Client may be transferred to the entities processing personal data at the Service Provider’s request, including: entities providing IT services, whereas such entities process data based on the contracts concluded with the Controller and only in accordance with its instructions. Moreover, personal data of the Client may be made available (among others) to entities providing postal services.
5. The Service Provider guarantees that provided personal data will not be made available to third parties, unless the obligation to make personal data available results from applicable law, or when the transfer of data protects the Controller’s rights or is used to settle the disputes.
6. The Client has the right to access its data, rectify it, delete it, limit its processing and transfer it.
7. If the Client deems that the processing of personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR, the Client has the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
8. Provision of the data is voluntary, however failure to provide data will result in the Service Provider’s inability to provide the Services.
9. The Service Provider applies technical and organisational measures aimed at the best protection of the personal data collected by the Service Provider against unauthorised access or improper use by unauthorised persons.
10. Applied technical measures are updated along with the development of new technologies, needs, as well as available security methods. Applied organisational measures ensure that only persons authorised by the Controller have access to personal data in the structure of the Controller.
11. More information concerning the processing of personal data by the Service Provider may be found in the Privacy Policy.

§ 6. Complaints and changes to the Regulations
1. Complaints regarding the Service should be submitted to the following e-mail address: or via post directly to the Service Provider’s address.
2. The complaint must include the data of the person submitting the complaint, necessary to send information regarding the result of complaint consideration, as well as description of found irregularities in the Service and expectations in regard to the resolution of the complaint.
3. The Service Provider shall consider the complaint within 14 days of its receipt.
4. Any disputes resulting from the use of the Service may be settled in out-of-court procedure. Detailed information concerning the possibility for the Client, who is a consumer, to use out-of-court means for considering the complaints and pursuing claims, as well as the rules of access to these procedures, are available at the registered offices and on the websites of county (municipal) consumer ombudsmen, social organisations whose statutory tasks include consumer protection, Provincial Trade Inspection Inspectorates, and at the following websites of the Office for Competition and Consumer Protection:;
5. In the case of a dispute with the participation of the Client, who is a consumer, the ODR internet platform can also help in out-of-court resolution of such dispute, which is available at: The use of out-of-court methods for resolution of complaints and pursuing claims is voluntary and may only take place, if both parties of a given dispute will agree to it. The above-mentioned provision is for information purposes and does not mean that the Service Provider agrees to participate in out-of-court procedures for resolution of complaints and pursuing claims (dispute resolution).
6. The Service Provider reserves the right to change the Regulations in the case of occurrence of important reason understood as (closed catalogue):
a. change in the method of providing the Service resulting from technical or technological reasons;
b. change in the legal provisions regulating the sale of products or the provision of services via electronic means by the Service Provider, which affects the mutual rights and obligations determined in the contract concluded between the Client and the Service Provider, or change in the interpretation of the above-mentioned legal provisions as a result of court judgments, decisions, recommendations or instructions of the authorities or bodies competent in a given scope;
c. change in the scope or method of providing the Service, to which the provisions of the Regulations apply, by introduction of new ones, modification or withdrawal by the Service Provider of the existing functionalities covered by the Regulations.
7. In the case of introducing a change to the Regulations, the Service Provider shall make the consolidated text of the Regulations available by publishing it on the Website.
8. Any changes to the Regulations are applicable from the moment they are clearly indicated and posted on the Website, however not earlier than after 14 calendar days from the moment of informing about the changes to the Regulations, with the reservation that the changed Regulations will be binding for the Client, provided that within 14 days from the date of receipt of information about such change, the Client will not declare its resignation from the Service, in the absence of acceptance of the new contents of the Regulations.

§ 7. Final provisions
1. These Regulations are available free of charge at: in a form, which enables obtaining, reproduction and recording of the contents of these Regulations with the use of ICT system used by the Client.
2. In the case of matters not covered by these Regulations, the provisions of law generally applicable in the Republic of Poland shall apply.

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