Your personal data is used and processed as follows:
The responsible party within the meaning of the Data Protection Act is:
BRAX Store GmbH & Co. KG
Wolfgang Mews (Data Protection Officer)
Wittekindstrasse 16 - 18
We collect, process and use your data only if you give your consent or if a legal provision (Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG), German Telemedia Act (TMG)) permits the processing and use of your data. Only such data will be collected, processed and used that is necessary for the provision and utilisation of our services or data that you have voluntarily provided us.
We collect your data only to carry out your purchases in the BRAX Online Shop and to send you - if you have expressly given your consent - the latest information about our products by e-mail or mail. Collection is carried out electronically both when registering with the BRAX Online Shop and when purchasing products.
Information concerning your name, residential address, date of birth, clothing size and gender, e-mail address and your banking details is collected. Furthermore, your orders are also stored.
A transfer of your data to third parties only occurs if this is necessary for the processing of your purchases, such as for credit checks, identity verification, credit assessment and debt collection. Your data will only be passed on if the protection of your data is guaranteed. Your data will only be passed on if the protection of your data is guaranteed.
We would like to remind you that we transfer your address data (name, address, date of birth) to infoscore Consumer Data GmbH, Rheinstr. 99, 76532 Baden-Baden for the purpose of credit assessment (and subsequent selection of payment methods by us), from which we receive information concerning your previous payment history and credit information based on mathematical and statistical methods using such address data.
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