Your data security is an important priority when you trade with us. Therefore, we always treat your information properly and with respect for your privacy.
According to the Personal Data Protection Act (Personal Data Act), Directive 95/46/EC (Data Protection Directive) and Regulation 2016/679 (EU Data Protection Regulation), you are entitled to be informed of the personal data we, Mogens Daarbak A/S, CVR.nr. 73276810, collect and process.
Personal data is any form of information about an identified or identifiable natural person, which can be directly or indirectly associated with a person. For example, name, address, phone number or IP address.
When we collect personal information about you, we always ensure that you are aware of the types of information collected and why the information is collected.
We treat information confidentially and we only disclose it to our partners if it has a necessary purpose or to public authorities if it is a legal requirement.
In order to ensure the process of your personal data in accordance with the law, the data controller who collects your data is defined as, Mogens Daarbak A/S. If you have questions regarding these terms, you are always welcome to contact us:
Mogens Daarbak A / S
Address, Gugvej 1209210,
Tel: 96 33 33 33
When you purchase goods or services (both in physical stores and online) from us, you consent to the collection of your personal information and you hereby agree to these terms and conditions. Your personal information may include; name, address, email, phone number and optionally an alternative shipping address.
By contacting us per. mail to the address, Gugvej 120, 9210 Aalborg SE, or per. e-mail to email@example.com, you can withdraw your consent.
If you choose to withdraw your consent, please be aware that it may lead to restrictions on the services we offer, including sending newsletters.
You should also be aware that, in some cases, we would be entitled to continue processing your information even if you withdraw your consent and the treatment based on the consent expires.
Mainly, we process your information to fulfill our agreement with you, and to comply with applicable laws, including the Accounting Act and the Money Laundering Act.
When do we collect personal information?
We register and store the information you provide to us when you enter into an agreement with our company, whether in a physical store or online. We record your information for the one purpose of delivering a product or service and to comply with the law.
We therefore collect personal information in the following situations:
- When you buy goods or services (both in physical stores and online)
- When you order catalogs or sign up for our newsletter
- When you interact with us, for example, when you send e-mails
- When you participate in competitions
We also use video surveillance in our stores, which is to ensure the safety of our employees and to prevent acts of crime.
Purpose of collection
We use the information we collect to run our business, deliver and develop the quality of our products and make your experience better when shopping or interacting with us.
We use the information we collect for the following:
- Treatment of your purchase and delivery of your goods or services
- Service and advice for you as a customer
- Forwarding of newsletters or catalogs
- Information regarding competitions
- Compliance with legal requirements
Storing personal data
When you purchase goods or services from us we will keep your personal information for 5 years + current year in accordance with the rules in the Bookkeeping Act. In some cases, we may retain the information longer if necessary to comply with legal obligations or to uphold our agreements.
We will also retain other information collected and processed for 5 years unless there is a sales or service relationship between you and us, which in your interest makes it necessary to keep your personal information longer. In addition, they will also be stored for a long period if necessary to comply with legal obligations or to uphold our agreements.
Personal data to third parties
We do not sell, publish or transfer your personal information to any third party without your consent unless necessary to complete an agreement or transaction and necessary to ensure compliance with applicable Danish law.
In order to fulfill an agreement, however, it will be necessary to pass on your information to our collaborators in order to deliver our goods or services to you.
It is our responsibility, as a data controller, to ensure there is no abuse of your personal information and we therefore place high demands on our vendors to ensure that we do not abuse the information.
As our customer you can get insight into the data we have processed about you, where it originates and what we apply it to, by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Information on how long data is stored and who receives data about you may be disclosed. Access may be limited for the protection of other people's privacy, business secrets and intellectual property rights.
If the information is incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant you have the right to get the information corrected or deleted.
You have the opportunity to complain about our processing of your information. You can forward a complain to:Danish Data Protection Agency: Borgergade 28, 5 - 1300 Copenhagen K