Data Privacy Statement

Our data protection regulations are based on both the TMG (German Teleservices Act) and the BDSG (German Federal Data Protection Act).

§ 1 Use of your data

You know that we use the personal data compiled in the course of the order process for fulfilling the order and – as far as necessary – also pass them on the third parties, such as deliverers.

We only give as much of your personal data needed for order fulfillment to third parties as demanded by order fulfillment or if there a legal obligation to pass on such data.

We reserve the right to review your creditworthiness by transferring data on the application, acceptance and termination of this contract to SCHUFA HOLDING AG, Kormoranweg 5 in 65201 Wiesbaden or other credit agencies and obtain information on you from SCHUFA or the respective credit agency insofar as this is permissible after weighing our interest against your interest in the exclusion of such transfer.

Furthermore, we shall also transfer to SCHUFA or the respective credit agency, after due consideration of all interests involved, data related to non-contractual behavior, such as improper use of a card.

The credit agencies we employ only make personal data available if a justified interest in them was credibly presented in the specific case. They make address data known for the purpose of identifying debtors. When providing information, the respective credit agency can additionally provide its contractual partners with a probability value calculated from their data pool for assessing the credit risk (so-called score procedure).

What is more, we use and process your personal data for our own marketing purposes, such as market research over the telephone, if you grant us your consent by clicking the appropriate button. If you grant us your consent to send further information, you also agree that we can pass on your address to our partner companies for the purpose of postal advertising. Moreover, you can revoke your consent without adhering to a particular form (for example, by calling +49 (0) 541/91312-0 or by sending an e-mail to at any time.

You can object to the use and processing of your data for marketing purposes at any time by sending an e-mail to:

§ 2 Right to information, correction, deleting and blocking of your data

Upon request, we shall provide you free of charge with information on the data we keep regarding your person in accordance with § 34 of the Federal Data Protection Act. Furthermore, you have the right to demand at any time that we correct, delete or block your personal data. However, we shall only delete the data if the order process is fully completed. We take tax office restrictions into account when deleting the data.

You are entitled to terminate this data privacy contract at any time. If you exercise the right granted you of extraordinary termination, we are obligated to block or delete these data if such is your will.

§ 3 Use of cookies

Cookies are files which serve as identifiers. We place these on your computer’s hard drive with the aid of your web browser and can read the cookies whenever you visit our websites. We use a pseudonym on these so-called permanent cookies to protect your data. We do not, by contrast, specially encode our session cookies. However, these are protected against being viewed by third parties through the security standard of your browser.

By using cookies, your browser is identified. In this way, we want to bring our offer into line with your preferences.

In the help function of your web browser, you will find instructions on how to tell your browser to display new cookies, not to accept new cookies or to deactivate all cookies received.

Moreover, you can object to the creation of your user profile with the aid of cookies at any time.

§ 4 Use of tracking pixels

These are small graphics which we use on our websites. If you open a page, the tracking pixel is loaded from an Internet server and registered with us along with the IP address you use and, if appropriate, with your cookie ID, as well (see § 4 Use of cookies). In this way, we can follow exactly which pages you visited and which actions you performed there.

We use the information we obtain about you to present our Internet advertising on our advertising websites to you in a targeted manner. For this purpose, we also transfer the tracking pixel information to our partner companies.

If you do not want any automated personalized evaluation, you can object at any time. To do so, send an e-mail to: In this case, we shall continue to use cookies, but only exclude you from the evaluation. Your personal data will then no longer be evaluated by us.

§ 5 Use of personalized links in newsletters

By ordering our newsletter, you consent to having your interests automatically evaluated when the images are accessed in your e-mail program or by actively clicking on a link. This enables us to coordinate our offer with your preferences. We do give these data neither to our partner companies nor to third parties.

If you do not wish for an automatic evaluation when images are accessed, you can receive our newsletter in plain text format. Then your interests will only be evaluated if you actively click on a personalized link. At the end of each newsletter there is a link with which you can change the format. If you do not want any automatic personalized evaluation at all, but nonetheless wish to continue receiving the newsletter, you can object to the evaluation at any time. To do so, send an e-mail to: