Studio Formata recognises the importance of protecting the privacy of your personal data. In order to perform our contractual obligations to you we collect and process your personal data. Studio Formata aims to process all personal data in a legal, open and fair manner in accordance with the applicable law General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR.
Who is responsible for processing your personal data?
The Swedish company Bergman Läke-Konst AB, reg. no. 556489-9812 trading as Studio Formata is the controller of your personal data. You may contact us at:
Phone: +46 (0) 766 23 63 00
Contact person: Ingela Bergman
If you make an online purchase or create an account at studioformata.se we will collect your name, address, email address, telephone number and country of residence. We will use your contact information to process your purchase and any returns/exchanges.
Does Studio Formata share your information with others?
Studio Formata does not sell or rent our customer’s data to any third party. We only share our customer’s data with our trusted partners: WooCommerce for processing orders, PayPal for processing payments and Postnord and DHL for processing deliveries of purchases.
For how long will Studio Formata keep your personal information?
We will keep you personal data for as long as necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected. We will retain your personal information as necessary to comply with applicable legal obligations.
Your data subject rights
You may, for as long as your personal information is stored by Studio Formata, request a record of your personal data such as name, address, email address, telephone number and country of residence held by us and also ask to have it corrected. Under certain circumstances you are entitled to request that we erase your personal data or restrict our processing of your personal data.
Right to lodge a complaint with supervisory authority
If you consider the processing of your data to be in violation of applicable data protection laws, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of your habitual residence or the place of the alleged infringement.