Welco­me!

If you have come here, it means that you value your pri­va­cy. We under­stand it, tha­t’s why we hand over to you a docu­ment with

the rules for pro­ces­sing of your data and the use of cookies and other trac­king tech­no­lo­gies on our websi­te https://oxybed.studio/

The websi­te admi­ni­stra­tor is Oxy­Bed.

Bole­sła­wa Śmia­łe­go 79 C

80 – 414 Gdańsk

In case of any doubts rela­ted to the regu­la­tions, you can con­tact us at biuro@oxybed.studio.

§ 1

Defi­ni­tions

For the­se Regu­la­tions,  we use the fol­lo­wing meanings:

Buy­er – a natu­ral per­son, legal per­son or defec­ti­ve legal per­son,

Con­su­mer – a natu­ral per­son conc­lu­ding a con­tract with the sel­ler not rela­ted direc­tly to his busi­ness or pro­fes­sio­nal acti­vi­ty,

Regu­la­tions – the­se regu­la­tions are ava­ila­ble at https://oxybed.studio,

Sto­re – onli­ne sto­re ava­ila­ble at https://oxybed.studio/sklep/

Sel­ler – Oxy­Bed, con­duc­ting / con­duc­ting busi­ness acti­vi­ty under the com­pa­ny „Oxy Bed Jolan­ta Kraw­czyk”, Bole­sła­wa Chro­bre­go 79 C, 80 – 414 Gdańsk, Tax num­ber: 7731897362.

§ 2

Pre­li­mi­na­ry Pro­vi­sions

The sel­ler sells digi­tal con­tent and pro­vi­des the buy­er with elec­tro­nic servi­ces descri­bed in § 3 of the regu­la­tions.

The regu­la­tions defi­ne the terms and con­di­tions of using the sto­re, as well as the rights and obli­ga­tions of the sel­ler and buy­er.

To pur­cha­se in the sto­re, it is not neces­sa­ry to meet the spe­ci­fic tech­ni­cal con­di­tions on the buy­er’s com­pu­ter or ano­ther devi­ce. Suf­fi­cient are:

  • inter­net access,
  • the stan­dard ope­ra­ting sys­tem,
  • stan­dard web brow­ser,
  • an acti­ve ema­il address.
  • To use digi­tal con­tent, the buy­er’s com­pu­ter or other devi­ces must pro­vi­de the fol­lo­wing tech­ni­cal con­di­tions:
  • inter­net access,
  • the stan­dard ope­ra­ting sys­tem,
  • stan­dard web brow­ser,
  • stan­dard offi­ce suite ( Micro­soft Offi­ce, Ope­nOf­fi­ce, Libre­Of­fi­ce),
  • stan­dard .pdf file vie­wer (Ado­be­Re­ader),
  • a stan­dard video play­er (Win­dow­sMe­dia­Play­er),
  • an acti­ve ema­il address.

If the use of digi­tal con­tent requ­ires the ful­fil­l­ment of addi­tio­nal tech­ni­cal con­di­tions,  we indi­ca­te the­se con­di­tions in the descrip­tion of digi­tal con­tent in the sto­re.

The buy­er can­not make the pur­cha­se ano­ny­mo­usly or under a pseu­do­nym.

It is for­bid­den to pro­vi­de ille­gal con­tent in par­ti­cu­lar by sen­ding such con­tent as part of the forms ava­ila­ble in the sto­re.

All pri­ces in the sto­re are gross pri­ces.

§ 3

Servi­ces pro­vi­ded elec­tro­ni­cal­ly in the sto­re

The sel­ler pro­vi­des elec­tro­nic servi­ces to the buy­er. The basic servi­ce pro­vi­ded elec­tro­ni­cal­ly allows the buy­er to pla­ce an order in the sto­re, and to sign a con­tract with the sel­ler. Pla­cing an order is possi­ble witho­ut having an acco­unt in the sto­re.

If the buy­er deci­des to set up an acco­unt in the sto­re, the sel­ler pro­vi­des an elec­tro­nic servi­ce that allows the buy­er to do it and main­ta­in an acco­unt in the sto­re. The acco­unt sto­res the buy­er’s data and the histo­ry of pur­cha­se. The buy­er logs into the acco­unt by using ema­il and pas­sword.

To cre­ate an acco­unt in the sto­re, the buy­er needs to select the appro­pria­te check­box in the orde­ring pro­cess or to com­ple­te an inde­pen­dent acco­unt regi­stra­tion form ava­ila­ble in the sto­re. The buy­er may dele­te the acco­unt from the acco­unt mana­ge­ment panel or send a requ­est to the sel­ler at any time. Dele­ting an acco­unt will not era­se infor­ma­tion abo­ut the pur­cha­se. The sel­ler will keep this infor­ma­tion until the expi­ra­tion of the limi­ta­tion period for cla­ims from the con­tract conc­lu­ded in the sto­re unless the buy­er disa­gre­es, ear­lier, to sto­re it and the sel­ler will not have an over­ri­ding inte­rest in keeping that data.

If the buy­er deci­des to sub­scri­be to the new­slet­ter, the sel­ler also pro­vi­des the buy­er with an elec­tro­nic servi­ce that allows rece­iving an e‑mail abo­ut new pro­ducts, pro­mo­tions, pro­ducts, or servi­ces. The sub­scrip­tion to the new­slet­ter takes pla­ce by com­ple­ting and sen­ding the sub­scrip­tion form to the new­slet­ter, or by chec­king the appro­pria­te check­box in the orde­ring pro­cess. The buy­er may unsub­scri­be from rece­iving the new­slet­ter by clic­king on the unsub­scri­be but­ton visi­ble in eve­ry mes­sa­ge sent as part of the new­slet­ter or by sen­ding an appro­pria­te requ­est to the sel­ler at any time.

Servi­ces pro­vi­ded elec­tro­ni­cal­ly to the buy­er are free of char­ge. On the other hand, con­tracts for the sup­ply of digi­tal con­tent conc­lu­ded thro­ugh the sto­re are pay­able.

To ensu­re the secu­ri­ty of the buy­er and the trans­fer of data, the sel­ler sho­uld take tech­ni­cal and orga­ni­za­tio­nal measu­res appro­pria­te for the level of risk of losing the secu­ri­ty of the pro­vi­ded servi­ces, in par­ti­cu­lar, measu­res to pre­vent the acqu­isi­tion and modi­fi­ca­tion of data by unau­tho­ri­zed per­sons.

The sel­ler ensu­res the pro­per func­tio­ning of the sto­re. The buy­er sho­uld inform the sel­ler abo­ut any irre­gu­la­ri­ties or inter­rup­tions in the func­tio­ning of the sto­re.

The sel­ler ensu­res the pro­per func­tio­ning of the sto­re. The buy­er sho­uld inform the sel­ler abo­ut any irre­gu­la­ri­ties or inter­rup­tions in the func­tio­ning of the sto­re.

The buy­er may com­pla­in abo­ut any mal­func­tio­ning of the sto­re at biuro@oxybed.studio. In the com­pla­int, the buy­er sho­uld spe­ci­fy the type and date of the mal­func­tio­ning of the sto­re. The sel­ler con­si­ders all com­pla­ints within 30 days after rece­iving it and informs the buy­er abo­ut its set­tle­ment via e‑mail of the per­son filing the com­pla­int.

§ 4

Intel­lec­tu­al Pro­per­ty Rights

The Sel­ler instructs the buy­er that the con­tent ava­ila­ble on the sto­re­’s pages and digi­tal con­tent sold thro­ugh the sto­re can be defi­ned as „works” within the meaning of the Act of Febru­ary 4, 1994, on Copy­ri­ght and Rela­ted Rights. The copy­ri­ght of the digi­tal con­tent belongs to the sel­ler.

The sel­ler instructs the buy­er that fur­ther distri­bu­tion of copy­ri­gh­ted con­tent by the buy­er witho­ut the con­sent of the sel­ler, except for the use of con­tent as part of per­mit­ted per­so­nal use, is a vio­la­tion of the sel­le­r’s copy­ri­ght and may result in civil, or cri­mi­nal respon­si­bi­li­ty.

§ 5 

Conc­lu­sion of con­tract

The buy­er can pla­ce an order as a regi­ste­red custo­mer or as a guest. The regi­ste­red custo­mer is the buy­er who has an acco­unt in the sto­re. The buy­er can set up an acco­unt by selec­ting the appro­pria­te check­box in the orde­ring pro­cess or by com­ple­ting the inde­pen­dent acco­unt regi­stra­tion form ava­ila­ble in the sto­re.

If the buy­er has an acco­unt in the sto­re, he sho­uld log in to it befo­re pla­cing the order. Log­ging in is also possi­ble when pla­cing an order by clic­king on the link ava­ila­ble under the display­ed mes­sa­ge.

Pla­cing an order is com­ple­ted in the order form after adding digi­tal con­tent to the buy­er’s basket.  It is requ­ired to pro­vi­de the data neces­sa­ry to com­ple­te the order. The con­di­tion of pla­cing an order is the appro­val of the regu­la­tions. The buy­er sho­uld read them first. In case of any doubts regar­ding the regu­la­tions, the buy­er may con­tact the sel­ler.

To com­ple­te the orde­ring pro­cess, the buy­er needs to click the but­ton to fina­li­ze the order. Fina­li­zing the order means that buy­er signs a con­tract with the sel­ler for the sup­ply of digi­tal con­tent.

If the buy­er cho­se onli­ne pay­ment, after fina­li­zing the order, he is redi­rec­ted to the exter­nal pay­ment gate­way to make the pay­ment for the order. If the buy­er cho­se to pay by bank trans­fer, after fina­li­zing the order, he is redi­rec­ted to the sto­re­’s websi­te with the order con­fir­ma­tion and pay­ment instruc­tions. The buy­er sho­uld make the pay­ment for the order within three days after the conc­lu­sion of the con­tract.

§ 6

Pay­ment

The only pay­ment option ava­ila­ble in the sto­re is elec­tro­nic pay­ment.

Elec­tro­nic pay­ments, inc­lu­ding card pay­ments, are sup­por­ted by TPay.

If the buy­er asks for an invo­ice, it will be deli­ve­red to the buy­er elec­tro­ni­cal­ly at the e‑mail pro­vi­ded in the order form.

§ 7

Per­for­man­ce of the con­tract

The buy­er rece­ives orde­red digi­tal con­tent by e‑mail pro­vi­ded by him in the order form a mes­sa­ge con­ta­ining instruc­tions for down­lo­ading or acces­sing the pur­cha­sed digi­tal con­tent.

In the case of onli­ne cour­ses, the buy­er gets access to the acco­unt within the exchan­ge plat­form. The buy­er rece­ives the access data in the e‑mail mes­sa­ge refer­red to in para­graph 1 abo­ve.

In the case of onli­ne cour­ses, access to the con­tent inc­lu­ded in the cour­se may be limi­ted in the time given in the infor­ma­tion con­ta­ined in the descrip­tion of the cour­se on the sto­re­’s websi­te. In such a situ­ation, after the indi­ca­ted period, the buy­er will lose access to the cour­se.

In the case of onli­ne cour­ses, the buy­er must use the cour­se plat­form in a man­ner con­si­stent with the law, the regu­la­tions and decen­cy, in par­ti­cu­lar:

To use the plat­form in a way that does not inter­fe­re with the use of the plat­form by other users, witho­ut vio­la­ting any rights, goods or inte­re­sts of third par­ties, witho­ut nega­ti­ve­ly affec­ting the func­tio­ning of the plat­form, espe­cial­ly thro­ugh the use of mali­cio­us softwa­re,

do not disc­lo­se access data to your acco­unt on the plat­form to any third par­ties,

do not distri­bu­te the cour­se or its frag­ments witho­ut the prior con­sent of the sel­ler.

If you use the exchan­ge rate plat­form in a man­ner con­tra­ry to para­graph 4 abo­ve, the sel­ler rese­rves the right to block the buy­er’s access to the cour­se.

§ 8 

With­dra­wal of the con­su­mer from the con­tract

A con­su­mer who has a distan­ce con­tract with the sel­ler has the right to with­draw from the con­tract witho­ut giving a reason within 14 days after the date of the con­tract.

From 01/06/2020, the right to with­draw from the con­tract on the terms descri­bed in this para­graph and resul­ting from the Act on Con­su­mer Rights applies to a natu­ral per­son who conc­lu­des a con­tract direc­tly rela­ted to his busi­ness. The con­tent of this con­tract indi­ca­tes that it has no pro­fes­sio­nal cha­rac­ter for this per­son. The pro­vi­sions of the Cen­tral Regi­ster and Infor­ma­tion on Eco­no­mic Acti­vi­ty are the legal basis for the busi­ness acti­vi­ty. The­re­fo­re, this para­graph refers to the con­su­me­r’s rights, from 01/06/2020 the­se rights also apply to a per­son who meets the abo­ve cri­te­ria.

The right to with­draw from a distan­ce con­tract is not enti­tled to the con­su­mer con­cer­ning:

  • con­tracts for the sup­ply of digi­tal con­tent not saved on a tan­gi­ble medium,
  • if the per­for­man­ce of the servi­ce began with the express con­sent of the con­su­mer befo­re the deadli­ne to with­draw from the con­tract and after infor­ming him by the entre­pre­neur abo­ut the loss of the right to with­draw from the con­tract.

To with­draw from the con­tract, the con­su­mer must inform the sel­ler abo­ut his deci­sion to with­draw from the con­tract by an une­qu­ivo­cal sta­te­ment – for exam­ple, a let­ter sent by post, fax, or e‑mail.

The con­su­mer may use the model with­dra­wal form ava­ila­ble at https: // …………… but this is not man­da­to­ry.

To with­draw from the con­tract befo­re the deadli­ne, the con­su­mer needs to send infor­ma­tion regar­ding the con­su­me­r’s right to with­draw from the con­tract befo­re the deadli­ne of with­dra­wing from the con­tract.

In the with­dra­wal from the con­tract, the sel­ler returns to the con­su­mer all pay­ments rece­ived from the con­su­mer imme­dia­te­ly, no later than 14 days from the day when the sel­ler was infor­med abo­ut the with­dra­wal from the con­tract.

§ 9

Respon­si­bi­li­ty for defects

The sel­ler is obli­ged to pro­vi­de the buy­er with digi­tal con­tent free of defects.

The sel­ler is respon­si­ble if the digi­tal con­tent has a phy­si­cal or legal defect (war­ran­ty for defects).

If the buy­er finds a defect in the digi­tal con­tent, he sho­uld inform the sel­ler abo­ut it, at the same time, spe­ci­fy his cla­im rela­ted to the found defect, or make a sta­te­ment of rele­vant con­tent.

The buy­er may use the com­pla­int form ava­ila­ble at https: // .….….…… howe­ver, it is not man­da­to­ry.

The buy­er may con­tact the sel­ler via e‑mail.

The sel­ler sho­uld respond to the com­pla­int filed by the buy­er within 14 days from the date of deli­ve­ry of the com­pla­int. The sel­ler sho­uld send his respon­se using the same chan­nel he rece­ived the com­pla­int.

From 01/06/2020, the pro­vi­sions regar­ding the sel­le­r’s war­ran­ty for defects of a sold item regar­ding con­su­mers also apply to a natu­ral per­son conc­lu­ding a con­tract with the sel­ler direc­tly rela­ted to his busi­ness. If the con­tent of this con­tract indi­ca­tes that he does not have per­sons of a pro­fes­sio­nal natu­re, resul­ting in par­ti­cu­lar from the sub­ject of the­ir busi­ness acti­vi­ties, based on the pro­vi­sions of the Cen­tral Regi­ster and Infor­ma­tion on Eco­no­mic Acti­vi­ty.

§ 10 

Per­so­nal data and cookies

The admi­ni­stra­tor of the buy­er’s data is the sel­ler. The buy­er’s data is pro­ces­sed for the fol­lo­wing pur­po­ses and based on the fol­lo­wing legal gro­unds:

conc­lu­sion and per­for­man­ce of the con­tract, artic­le 6, clau­se 1, let­ter b, GDPR,

imple­men­ta­tion of tax and acco­un­ting obli­ga­tions, artic­le 6, clau­se 1, let­ter c, GDPR,

defen­se, inve­sti­ga­tion, or deter­mi­na­tion of cla­ims rela­ted to the con­tract, which is the legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest pur­su­ed by the sel­ler, artic­le 6, clau­se 1, let­ter f GDPR,

retur­ning custo­mer iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, which is the legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest pur­su­ed by the sel­ler, artic­le 6, clau­se 1, let­ter f, GDPR,

han­dling inqu­iries by buy­ers not yet conc­lu­ding a con­tract, which is the

the legi­ti­ma­te inte­rest pur­su­ed by the sel­ler, artic­le 6, clau­se 1, let­ter f, GDPR,

sen­ding the new­slet­ter, after prior con­sent, artic­le 6, clau­se 1, let­ter f, GDPR.

The reci­pients of the buy­er’s data are:

tax offi­ces, acco­un­ting offi­ce, law offi­ce, hosting pro­vi­der, invo­icing sys­tem pro­vi­der, CRM sys­tem pro­vi­der, and mailing sys­tem pro­vi­der.

Due to the use of the Mail­Chimp mailing sys­tem, data of new­slet­te­r’s sub­scri­bers are trans­fer­red to the Uni­ted Sta­tes of Ame­ri­ca (USA) in con­nec­tion with the­ir sto­ra­ge on servers loca­ted in the USA. The Mail­Chimp sys­tem pro­vi­der guaran­te­es an appro­pria­te level of data pro­tec­tion thro­ugh appro­pria­te com­plian­ce mecha­ni­sms (Pri­va­cy Shield).

The sel­ler sto­res the buy­er’s data in his data­ba­se thro­ugho­ut the busi­ness, to be able to iden­ti­fy the retur­ning custo­mer. Howe­ver, the buy­er can object to this action, and demand the remo­val of his data from the sel­le­r’s data­ba­se. If such an objec­tion is sub­mit­ted, befo­re the expi­ry of the limi­ta­tion period for cla­ims under the conc­lu­ded con­tract, the sel­ler has an over­ri­ding inte­rest in sto­ring the buy­er’s data until the expi­ry of the limi­ta­tion period. The sel­ler sto­re the acco­un­ting docu­men­ta­tion con­ta­ining the buy­er’s data for the period requ­ired by law.

Buy­er’s rights rela­ted to the pro­ces­sing of per­so­nal data: the right to requ­est from the sel­ler access to per­so­nal data, rec­ti­fi­ca­tion, dele­tion, pro­ces­sing restric­tions, the right to object to pro­ces­sing, the right to trans­fer data, the right to lod­ge a com­pla­int to the Pre­si­dent of the Offi­ce for Per­so­nal Data Pro­tec­tion.

Pro­vi­ding data by the buy­er is volun­ta­ry, but neces­sa­ry to con­tact the sel­ler, cre­ate a user acco­unt, conc­lu­de a con­tract, or sub­scri­be to the new­slet­ter. The sto­re uses cookies tech­no­lo­gy. Deta­ils rela­ted to per­so­nal data and cookies descri­bed in the pri­va­cy poli­cy are ava­ila­ble at .….……

§ 11 

Out-of-court com­pla­int con­si­de­ra­tion and redress methods

The sel­ler agre­es to sub­mit any dispu­tes ari­sing in con­nec­tion with conc­lu­ded con­tracts for the sup­ply of digi­tal con­tent thro­ugh media­tion. The par­ties of the con­flict deter­mi­ne the deta­ils. The con­su­mer has the option of using out-of-court com­pla­int han­dling and redress methods. 

Among other things, the con­su­mer has the option to:

refer to a per­ma­nent ami­ca­ble con­su­mer court with a requ­est to set­tle the dispu­te ari­sing from the conc­lu­ded con­tract,

asking the pro­vin­cial inspec­tor of Tra­de Inspec­tion to ini­tia­te media­tion pro­ce­edings regar­ding the ami­ca­ble set­tle­ment of the dispu­te betwe­en the buy­er and the sel­ler,

use the assi­stan­ce of a muni­ci­pal con­su­mer ombud­sman or social orga­ni­za­tion who­se sta­tu­to­ry tasks inc­lu­de con­su­mer pro­tec­tion.

More deta­iled infor­ma­tion on out-of-court com­pla­int con­si­de­ra­tion and redress methods at http://polubowne.uokik.gov.pl.

The con­su­mer may also use the ODR plat­form, which is ava­ila­ble at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. The plat­form used to reso­lve dispu­tes betwe­en con­su­mers and entre­pre­neurs seeking out-of-court set­tle­ment of a dispu­te regar­ding con­trac­tu­al obli­ga­tions ari­sing from an onli­ne sales con­tract or con­tract for the pro­vi­sion of servi­ces.

§ 12

Final Pro­vi­sions

The Sel­ler rese­rves the right to intro­du­ce and revo­ke offers, pro­mo­tions and to chan­ge the pri­ces of pro­ducts witho­ut pre­ju­di­ce aga­inst rights acqu­ired by the buy­er, inc­lu­ding in par­ti­cu­lar the terms of the con­tracts conc­lu­ded befo­re the chan­ge.

The sel­ler rese­rves the right to make chan­ges to the regu­la­tions. Agre­ements conc­lu­ded befo­re the amend­ment to the regu­la­tions sho­uld be sub­ject to the regu­la­tions in for­ce on the date of the conc­lu­sion of the agre­ement.

Polish com­mon court com­pe­tent for the pla­ce of per­ma­nent busi­ness acti­vi­ty of the sel­ler inve­sti­ga­tes all dispu­tes con­cer­ning the conc­lu­ded con­tracts.

This pro­vi­sion does not apply to con­su­mers with the cour­t’s juris­dic­tion is exa­mi­ned on gene­ral prin­ci­ples. From 01.06.2020, this pro­vi­sion also does not apply to a natu­ral per­son conc­lu­ding a con­tract with the sel­ler direc­tly rela­ted to his busi­ness. If the con­tent of this con­tract indi­ca­tes that it does not have a pro­fes­sio­nal cha­rac­ter for that per­son, and the busi­ness acti­vi­ty is under the pro­vi­sions of the Cen­tral Regi­ster and Infor­ma­tion on Eco­no­mic Acti­vi­ty. In the case of such a per­son, the cour­t’s

juris­dic­tion is on gene­ral prin­ci­ples. The­se regu­la­tions sho­uld apply from 01/05/2020. All archi­ved ver­sions of the regu­la­tions are ava­ila­ble for down­lo­ad in .pdf for­mat – the links are below the regu­la­tions.

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