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Privacy and Cookie Policy

We hereby inform you that in order to optimise and adapt the content available on our website to your individual needs, we use the information stored in cookies on your devices. Cookies are used to store information related to your devices’ navigation through the website, which we may retrieve on your next visit to our website. This includes information such as the pages you have visited, the date and time you visited a particular subpage of our website, the exact content of the information you accessed, and your preferences determined by what you viewed on our website. You can control the use of cookies by means of appropriate browser settings. By continuing to use our website, you consent to our collection of the following data:


– a unique device identifier,

– the mobile device’s IP address,

– information about the operating system of the device from which our website is accessed,

– information about your location and mobile operator (as permitted by law).


By choosing to use our website without changing your browser settings, you agree to the use of cookies. Please kindly ensure that your browser settings are in line with your data privacy preferences.


  • Accept and continue.
  • More information.


Cookies are crucial for the functioning of our website. In order to provide you with the best possible service, personalised to your individual interests, we use them to collect statistical data in order to optimise the functionality of the website. Click “Accept and continue” to agree to the use of cookies and go directly to our website or click “More information” for a detailed description of the types of cookies used on our website and then choose which ones to accept.



Below you will find a list of the cookies used on our website sorted by category.

Please decide whether our website may use functional and/or advertising cookies, as described below:


  1. Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of our website:


Examples of permitted activities:

    • Ensuring a secure login procedure,
  • Remembering the point at which you were when you took action via our website.


Examples of prohibited activities:

  • Ensuring a consistent and user-friendly website,
  • Saving login data,
  • Option to promote comments,
  • Option to share the site on social networks,
  • Presenting advertising that is tailored to the user’s interests.

2. Functional cookies

These cookies allow us to analyse the use of the website so as to measure and improve its performance.


Examples of permitted activities:

  • Ensuring a consistent and user-friendly website,
  • Ensuring a secure login procedure,
  • Remembering the point at which you were when you took action via our website.
  • Saving login data,


Examples of prohibited activities:

  • Presenting advertising matched to the user’s interests (personalised advertising),
  • Option to promote comments,
  • Option to share the website on social networks.

3. “Advertising” cookies

These cookies are used by advertising agencies in order to place advertising targeted to the interests of our users.


Examples of permitted activities:

  • Option to share the website on social networks,
  • Presenting advertising that is tailored to the user’s interests,
  • Ensuring a secure login procedure,
  • Remembering the point at which you were when you took action via our website.
  • Saving login data,
  • Option to promote comments.


What can you do if you do not want cookies to be stored on your device?


By visiting our website, you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with the terms described in this document. Nevertheless, you can easily adjust your privacy settings by selecting one of the three options according to which cookies will be stored on your device, as described above.

It is important for you to know that you can delete existing cookies from your device, as well as block the future storage of cookies on your device. To do so, you will need to change your browser settings.

ATTENTION! Any modifications that restrict the use of cookies by your browser will have a noticeable effect on your experience of using our website, and some of the prepared services may not function correctly or completely!

What types of cookies do we use, and how do we classify them?

We have compiled a list of the types of cookies used on our website, together with examples of how each type is used to improve and simplify the use of our services. All cookies belong to one of the following types.

  1. Session cookies – are deleted every time the browser is closed.
  2. Permanent cookies – remain on the device for a longer period. Thanks to these cookies, we are able to recognise your device when you visit our website again.

In order to answer potential questions about the manner and different types of the use of cookies, we have prepared a summary of cookie categories, with examples, below.




Cookies necessary for the website to function

These cookies allow you to use all the functions available on our website. They are used, for instance, to make it possible for users to move between different parts of the website or for users to log in. Without them, the website cannot function properly.

  • Every registered user receives an ID. Thanks to this procedure, we can identify the user every time they visit our website so that they do not have to log in every time.

Cookies to simplify the use of the website

These cookies allow us to remember the choices made by the users and are used to provide them with a more personalised service. They are not used to track your activity on other websites or to collect information for marketing purposes.

  • We assign an ID to each registered user of our website. It is then used to ensure that the information and services we provide are based on the individual profiles and preferences of our users. Users can save time by getting information and advertising tailored to their preferences and the choices they have previously made on our website. These cookies are also used for intra-administration analysis.

Cookies for advertising optimisation and targeting

These cookies let us understand how you use our website so that we can try to improve it. Thanks to users who accept the use of such cookies, we can try out different ideas to better respond to our customer’s needs. We can also use this to analyse the purposes for which you visit our website.

These cookies are also used to provide you with advertising most relevant to your interests. By using them, we can make sure that you will almost always see advertising potentially aimed specifically at you. Furthermore, with these cookies, we can measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.

For instance, thanks to these cookies, we know better what kind of websites have been visited from your device and which advertising is likely to suit you. These cookies do not contain any personal data and only relate to the device from which you are browsing our website. Thus, the collected information is anonymous and is only used to improve our website.

These cookies are also used by other websites for a similar purpose as above. Remember – these cookies are anonymous and relate to the device and not to data about you.

We do not use third-party advertising on the website, which means that we do not use cookies for targeted advertising, but we do use them to perform analysis on the website.

In this category, we can distinguish two cookie subcategories:

  • analysis cookies:
  • internal URL referrer – used to store the URL of a previously visited subpage. It lets us track how users navigate our website and what they are most interested in,
  • external URL referrer – allows us to store the URL of the website from which users access our website. Thanks to this, we know how users get to our site, so we can place our advertising in the most optimised places,
  • browsing history – lets us store the history of websites visited by the user,
  • cookies of website users who did not register – allows us to analyse how unregistered users use our website, so we can tailor it to the preferences of all visitors,
  • session management cookies – these cookies let us track your activities on our websites during your browser session (meaning the period between opening your browser and closing it). These cookies are created temporarily and are deleted when the browser is closed.

  • Third-party cookies may also be used on external websites, and external parties may use them on our website:
  • Social media websites – Social media websites may store information about their users.

This may include activities such as clicking the ‘like’ button on our website. We recommend reading the privacy policies of such websites before using them. We cannot control social media privacy policies.

  • Our advertising on other websites – cookies may be placed on websites other than ours so that we are able to check the effectiveness of our advertising.



We are aware that the protection of an individual’s privacy on the internet is not only important because of the latest legal regulations, but also has an impact on the future of online business and makes users feel that their personal data is as protected on the internet as it is in real life. This privacy statement was designed to demonstrate our commitment to individual data and privacy protection.


Does all the content of our website comply with the privacy policy?


Our website may contain links to third-party websites. We are not responsible for the content of these websites or their privacy policy practices. Therefore, we recommend that you read the privacy statement of third-party websites carefully.

What does this privacy statement refer to?

This privacy statement applies to personal data provided to us or data that is related to personal data.


What do we do with your personal data?


We only process personal data provided by you as set out in this privacy statement and our privacy policy. The processing of our customer’s personal data is based on the legal relationship between our contractors and us or on the basis of the customer’s consent. In extraordinary circumstances, the legal basis for processing your personal data is our legitimate interest as a data controller.


For how long will we be processing your personal data?


Once you consent to us processing your personal data, we will store your personal data in accordance with the provisions of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data as well as the repeal of Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).


Under no condition will we process your personal data for longer than required to fulfil the purposes set out in this document, as well as in the documents signed by the customers.

You can object to our use of your personal data, even if we have a legitimate interest in collecting such data.

Nevertheless, it may happen that our legal interest prevails over the objection that you have raised. In that case, we will still be authorised to process your personal data.

If the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, we will cease to process it when you withdraw your consent.

There might be a situation in which we are obliged to keep personal data for a longer period of time due to binding legal regulations. In case of legal claims, we are entitled to process your personal data until the end of the relevant retention period or until such claims are settled.



If you agree to receive marketing information by means of electronic communication and/or your telephone number, your personal data will be used in the context of our marketing activities.