Familiarize yourself with the information on how we process your personal information and about your rights

As of 25 May, 2018, the Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council (UE) 2016/679 dated 27 April, 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (general data protection regulation also referred to as GDPR) takes effect.

In this information we present the key issues regarding the processing of your data by our Company:


The administrator of your personal data is ENTERTRADE Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością – spółka komandytowa based in Warsaw at ul. Wenecka 12, 03-244 Warszawa, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs maintained by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw, 13th Economic Division of the National Court Register under entry no. KRS 0000366710, NIP: 5213581408, REGON: 142603777. Contact with the Administrator is possible at email address: biuro@kamoka.pl, or through contact form available at https://kamoka.pl/pl/contact or by letter served to the address of the Administrator’s seat.

Administrator appointed a personal data supervisor whom you may contact by email at: iod@entertrade.pl or by letter served to the address of the data administrator with an inscription: “personal data supervisor”. The personal data supervisor may be contacted in all matters pertinent to the processing of personal data and exercising of rights related to data processing.

The personal data are processed in order to execute or perform product distribution and sale agreements under the brand name of KAMOKA and satisfy duties deriving from the promotions and marketing actions, consideration of complaints, claims under the agreement, document archiving, keeping the statistical information, handling enquiries submitted using the contact form or other applications, carrying out marketing activities concerning own products and services without using the means of electronic communication and carrying out marketing activities with respect to own products and services using the means of electronic communication (solely on the basis of consents granted) and fulfilment of duties linked with the aforesaid activity including legal and public obligations deriving from the Act of 29 September, 1994 on Accountancy (Journal of Laws of 2017 item 2342) imposed upon the Administrator.

The legal basis for their processing is Art. 6 section 1 item f of GDPR (concerning performance of marketing activities), art. 6 section 1 item a (concerning performance of marketing activities based on electronic communication) and Art. 6 section 1 sub-item b, Art. 6 section 1 sub-item c, Art. 6 section 1 sub-item f of GDPR (with respect to other purposes)


The recipients of your personal data are individuals authorised by the Administrator, i.e. its employees and contractors who require access to the data in order to perform their professional duties, subcontractors and distributors of Administrator, processing entities entrusted with data processing by the Administrator, other data recipients, e.g. post office, couriers, shipping companies, banks, factors, insurance companies, law firms, accounting office, companies from the capital group of the Administrator and units of government administration and law enforcement upon a legally justified request of such entities and in order for the Administrator to fulfil its legal and public duties and make claims.

Administrator provides a minimum amount of data to the entities from third countries (i.e. outside EU, Norway, Lichtenstein, and Iceland) and undertakes verification activities in order to ensure legally valid conditions of such a transfer, if applicable. As at the present moment, Administrator does not have a personal data protection certificate. You may obtain a copy of the data provided to third countries upon request served to Administrator to the above-given addresses.


Your personal data will be held until the elapse of prescription period applicable to claims deriving from the agreement, promotion or promotional or marketing action and until the elapse of the prescription period of tax liabilities deriving from the said depending on which is later unless the public and legal regulations require a longer period of storage. Other data submitted using of the contact form are held for the period of 3 years in order to satisfy the accountability principle. The data processed for marketing purposes are held: a) in the event processing on the basis of consent – until withdrawn; b) in the event of processing for a legally justifiable cause – until objection.

Each data subject shall have the following rights: the right to access the content of their data and have them rectified, deleted, or limit the scope of their processing as well as the right to transfer the data object to data processing, withdraw the consent at any moment notwithstanding consistency with the right to process under the consent prior to its withdrawal (where the processing is carried out under the granted consent).

Furthermore, where the processing violates the GDPR, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, i.e. President of the Personal Data Protection Office. The Office of the President of the Personal Data Protection is situated at ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warszawa. Telephone: 22 860 70 86

Data disclosure is necessary to execute and perform agreements and other liabilities within the framework of promotional actions and settlement of the conducted activity. Otherwise the provision of data is on a voluntary basis.

The personal data will not be processed in an automated mode (including profiling) in such a way that as a result of such automated processing decisions would be made or legal consequences might derive or such processing might have other material effect on our Clients. Within the scope of the performed activities, we use cookies so that we observe and analyse traffic on our websites and undertake remarketing actions; however, we do not process personal data within the meaning of GDPR to this end.