Braavos collects, processes, and utilizes some data from you, such as your name, address, contact information etc., to implement the contract. In addition, the necessary information is stored for internal order processing, such as the date of your registration and the time you use the software.
If you contact us via the contact form on the website or directly by e-mail, your data will be stored to process the request and in case of follow-up questions. We will not share this information without your consent.
We transfer credit card data to the payment service provider for the purpose of debiting the purchase price and payment data to our tax advisor to fulfill our tax obligations.
Braavos reserves the right to order credit checks from third parties in specific instances and also to forward data to the Zentralstelle für Kreditinformation (ZEK), as needed. The credit check will be performed in any case for customers Braavos supplies on open account or an installment plan. Please be informed of your right to object.
In the case of a contract, all data from the contractual relationship are stored for a period of at least until the expiry of the Swiss tax retention period.
If the contract concluded through this page is made with other vendors, Braavos will share the data with those parties. Braavos also uses such data in accordance with the aforementioned data privacy statement.
In addition, Braavos collects and processes your address and order data for its own marketing purposes. Data for third-party marketing purposes are shared only as permitted by Swiss data privacy law, i.e., generally published data and data collected in certain lists. You may object to such processing and utilization, or revoke for the future any consent you have already given us, at any time by sending a letter to Braavos GmbH, Schweiziweg 4, 5608 Stetten, Switzerland or by e-mail to [email protected]
We use SSL encryption to protect your personal data from access by third parties. SSL is a protocol for encrypting messages on the Internet that provides an especially high level of security during data transfer. If you choose unencrypted transmission, this is at your own risk.
We use third-party technology and services for functionality of our service and for e-mail delivery.
The data processing takes place on the basis of the legal regulations of the § 6 section 1 a) (consent) and / or section f) (legitimate interest) of the EU-DSGVO.
We do only use technical cookies to identify the user session ("sessionid") and to avoid cross-site request forgery ("csrftoken"). These two cookies are necessary in order to ensure a proper and safe functioning of the webapp. We do not use any non-technical or third-party cookies.
You can prevent installation of the cookies by adjusting the settings of your browser software accordingly; please note, however, that you might then be unable to fully use all functions of this webapp.
The data collected for delivering the newsletter (greeting, e-mail address, first name, last name, postal code, city, street address, and date of birth) are exclusively used by Braavos for mailing newsletters, customized offers, recommendations for partner offerings, and for website analysis. Such data is not shared with third parties. The personal data provided can be modified or deleted at any time using a link in the newsletter. You may revoke this consent to receive additional E-mail information at any time without stating the reason, with effect for the future. The revocation letter shall be sent to Braavos GmbH, Schweiziweg 4, 5608 Stetten, Switzerland; or using the opt-out link in each newsletter.
All text, images, videos, and other works published on the website are covered by Braavos’ copyright. Any reproduction, distribution, storage, transmission, broadcast, playback, or sharing of the content for commercial purposes is permitted only after obtaining written permission.
In principle, you have the rights to information, correction, deletion, restriction, data portability, revocation and opposition. If you believe that the processing of your data violates data protection law or if your data protection claims have otherwise been violated in a way, you can complain to the supervisory authority. In Switzerland, this is the data protection authority (Datenschutzbeauftragter).