Privacy Policy

Art. 1. This Personal Data Protection Policy, hereinafter referred to as Personal Data Policy, is intended to regulate the relations when processing of personal data between Andreol Ltd, hereinafter referred to as Provider, owner of the Online Store:, hereinafter referred to as E-store, and each of the users, hereinafter referred to as User(s) of the E-store, in connection with the use of the E-store by the User.
Art. 2. Information about the Provider:
1. Name: Andreol Ltd
2. Headquarters and Registered Office: Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London, United Kingdom, EC1V 2NX
3. Correspondence Details:
4. Company number 11893526, registered in Companies House in the United Kingdom
Art. 3. (1) The Provider, via the E-store, collects, stores and processes personal data of the Users only in connection with its activity, in compliance with the provisions of the applicable laws and with the Personal Data Protection Law.
(2) The User’s personal data may be used for authentication and communication in case of inquiries or generated job applications; provision of advertising content customised to the interests of the User; sending a Newsletter in case the User has given their consent to receive such a newsletter; statistical information about the use of the E-store; protection of the information security of the E-store; accounting purposes in connection with the use of the Provider’s services; ensuring the provision of the Provider’s services.
Art. 4. The E-store uses cookies, which the User agrees to accept by using the E-store.
Art. 5. By using the E-store, the Recipient expressly agrees that the Provider has the right to process their personal data in accordance with the General Conditions available at .
Art. 6. The Provider shall not disclose, sell, exchange or in any other way provide to third parties the information collected by the E-store through the User’s visits, except when required as per the applicable laws and/or by a legally authorised competent body, but always in compliance with the current legislation.
Art. 7. The User may request of the Provider to correct, delete, restrict the use of their personal data by (i) sending an e-mail message, containing a clearly stated request, to the Provider at: