Terms and conditions

Terms & Conditions

We ensure that your personal information is always protected by us, and that the processing of your data complies with both data protection rules (GDPR) and internal guidelines/ procedures. GDPR means General Data Protection Regulation and is a new data protection law that is regulated in EU from 25 May 2018. GDPR replaces the Swedish Data Protection Law (PuL).

We receive and save information that you enter on our site (such as name, address, phone number, email, etc.) or other ways provided to us. This information you provide to us is used solely for the handling of order / bookings of goods and services, for registration of attended workshops and newsletters / offers by agreement.

We never forward, sell or exchange your data for marketing purposes to third parties. Data forwarded to third parties is only used so we can provide our services to you.

We collaborate with a number of system vendors to create our complete offer. Business systems, accounting systems, web shop systems, payment systems, inventory systems and newsletter systems. These companies may only process your personal information according to our instructions and may not use your information for their own purposes.

We respect your privacy and appreciate your visit to us. At no time do we provide your account information to a third party vendors or companies without it being absolutely necessary to complete your transaction or order.

Responsible party for collecting, processing and use of your personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Law, GDPR, is the company -Marie Christina- and has the following contact details:

Marie J Ytterman

Phone: +467703484544

e-mail: marie@mariechristina.se

You can get information about your stored data at any time and at no cost. You can also request that your data be corrected, blocked or deleted. For this purpose, please contact the above contact details.

If you object to the collection, processing or use of your data pursuant to these data protection regulations, in whole or in part, you may send your opposition by email or telephone (see contact details above).

On the Data Inspection website you can read more about the Data Protection Ordinance and what rights you have. You can also read on the EU website: www.eugdpr.org.