Fekete István

Privacy policy

Owner of the Website: FIK Antik Kft.

Location: HU-1102 Budapest, Ónodi utca 13. 3. emelet 14.

Tax number: 14910500-2-42

E-mail: info@karpitos-asztalos.hu

Contact details of internal data protection officer: +36 20 931 5228

Purpose of data management: The Service Provider collects personal data from Users only if the User decides to register by e-mail or provide his/her data in a different way, or if he/she wishes to contact the Service Provider via an online contact form.

By submitting his/her data on the Site and by accepting this Privacy policy, the Visitor gives his/her explicit, unambiguous and voluntary consent to the Service Provider to record, store and process the personal data provided by the Visitor to the extent necessary for the provision of the service and for the improvement and control of the quality of the service.

The form of data collection: filling in and sending the contact form on the site. The Service Provider requests the name, telephone number and e-mail address of the interested party (User). By submitting the form on the website, the User gives his/her consent to the Service Provider to record, record, store and process his/her personal data to the extent necessary for the provision of the service and for improving and monitoring the quality of the service. The purpose of data management: sending an offer.

When browsing, only anonymous information is recorded about which sub-pages visitors view, which functions they use or attempt to use. This data helps us to operate and improve the site and to keep it running smoothly.

The Service Provider measures visitors on the website, the number of visitors, and their characteristics with the web analytics service Google Analytics. During its operation, Google Analytics logs many characteristics of the visitors, such as: where they came from, what browser or operating system they use, which pages they view on the website. The data stored by Google Analytics is not suitable for identifying the visitor by name, however, during a subsequent visit, it can recognize that someone from the given computer, with the browser used by the given user, has already visited the website before. For this measurement, the system places small data files, so-called cookies, in your browser. The purpose of the measurement is to learn about user habits, and thus to expand and improve the site based on the information obtained. It also aims to measure the search habits of visitors to the site and to identify the search terms used. Cookies are created by the web server through the browser on the visitor’s device (which can be a PC, laptop, smartphone, etc.), where they are stored in a separate directory.

Cookies can have many different functions: collecting information, remembering the User’s individual settings, making the website easier to use for users. Due to Cookies, the Service Provider can determine, for example, which part of the website is the most popular, which sub-page is the most clicked on, etc. This is also important because the Service Provider can adapt the website to the users’ needs and provide a more complex user experience. In most browsers, it is possible to set whether the user accepts cookies or not. In the settings in the browser, it is also possible to set whether the User requests a notification if the website wants to place a cookie in his/her browser, as well as how long different types of cookies can remain, or whether they should be deleted when the browser program is closed.

If you do not want Google Analytics to measure the above data in the explained manner and for the purposes described, please install a blocking add-on in your browser: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

The Service Provider will only store the data for the specified and lawful purpose and will not use it for any other purpose. The Service Provider processes Users’ personal data fairly and legally. The Service Provider takes appropriate security measures to protect the personal data it stores in order to prevent unauthorized access, alteration or distribution.

During the data management, the Service Provider took into account the relevant legislation in force, with particular regard to the following: CXII of 2011. act on the right to self-determination of information and freedom of information The Service Provider treats user data confidentially and does not disclose it to third parties.

Name of the competent authority acting in relation to data management:

National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information. (HU-1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 9-11.; +36 (30) 683-5969; ugyfelszolgalat@naih.hu)

According to Act CXII of 2011, the Service Provider has the right to provide the User (entitled) with information on the processing of his/her personal data, to correct the User's (entitled) personal data, and to delete or block the User's (entitled) personal data upon request – except for mandatory data management.

Upon request, the Service Provider shall provide the User (entitled) with information about the data processed by the Service Provider, their source, the purpose, legal basis and duration of the data management, the name and address of the data processor (if any) and its activities related to the processing, as well as the legal basis and recipient of the transfer of the User's (entitled) personal data.

The deletion or rectification of the Data may also be requested at the above contact details, and it is also possible to object to the processing of the Data here. The User (entitled) may object to the processing of his/her personal data if the processing or transmission of his/her personal data is necessary solely for the performance of a legal obligation to which the Service Provider is subject or for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the Service Provider or the recipient or a third party; the use or transmission of the personal data is for direct marketing, public opinion polling or scientific research; in other cases, defined by law.

The User (entitled) may take legal action against the Service Provider or the data receiver in case of violation of their rights.

Complaint handling

Complaints about illegal content will be investigated by the Service Provider within 3 working days, and the complainant will be notified in writing of the result.

Complaint possibilities:

  • Telephone: +36 20 931 5228
  • Mailing address: HU-1102 Budapest, Ónodi utca 13. 3. emelet 14.
  • E-mail: info@karpitos-asztalos.hu
  • Website: karpitos-asztalos.hu

The Service Provider provides the following options for communicating/submitting a complaint:

  • verbally (by telephone)
  • in writing (by post, e-mail)

Complaint reporting procedure: verbal complaints made by phone are received every working day at a pre-arranged time, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., and written complaints are continuously received via electronic access.

In the event of a consumer complaint regarding the service, the User may initiate proceedings before the competent consumer protection authority, conciliation body or, in the case of electronic advertising, the communications authority.

Contact details of the Consumer Protection Department of the Government Office of Budapest: Budapest, HU-1051 Sas u. 19., fogyved_kmf_budapest@bfkh.gov.hu

Contact details of the Office of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority: mailing address, Budapest HU-1525, Pf., 75.; info@nmhh.hu

The complaint handling is governed by the provisions of Act CLV of 1997 on Consumer Protection.