- Present conditions are an integral part of the agreement, and with exclusion of the of the customers own terms and conditions. They can only be deviated from in writing. The customer acknowledges expressly to have read these terms and conditions and to consent to them completely and without reservation.
- However The God Shot makes every effort to present the products on the website correctly, it exceptionally may occur that certain data contain some errors. If a listing on the website contains an obvious error, The God Shot reserves the right to cancel any orders that have been made on the basis of that obvious error.
- The God Shot makes every effort to deliver ordered goods and/or services within the agreed term. In exceptional cases, it may occur that this delivery period must be deviated from for reasons beyond The God Shot’s control. In such cases, The God Shot cannot be held liable for late delivery.
- When ordering goods, the risk of loss, theft or damage during transport lies exclusively with the customer, unless explicitly stipulated otherwise. Ownership of the ordered goods only transfers to the customer as soon as the full invoice amount has been paid. The customer has to use the goods for what they were intended for. The God Shot is not liable for damages to the customer or third parties if they resulted from the incorrect use of the delivered goods.
- Goods can be returned within the legal withdrawal period of 14 calendar days. A kitchen appliance can not be tested, as that would cause traces of use on the product. The customer will be held liable for the depreciation of the goods resulting from the handling of the goods that goes beyond what was necessary to determine the characteristics and to verify the proper functioning of the goods. If the customer exercises the right of withdrawal, they must return the received goods as soon as possible and no later than 14 days after the customer has informed the seller of his/hers decision to cancel the purchase. he customer will pay the costs for returning the goods, unless agreed upon differently. In some cases you cannot invoke the right of withdrawal: goods that are made made-to-measure, sealed goods that cannot be unsealed after arrival because of hygienic or health reasons, the reservation of a training course less than 48h in advance. When one of the parties doesn’t adhere to its contractual obligations, the other party has the right – after notice of default – or to suspend its obligations, or to dissolve the agreement without judicial intervention, if no or no useful action is taken on the notice of default within eight working days.
- Every invoice is payable in full, unless stipulated differently. In the event of a full or partial non-payment on the due date, the outstanding amount will automatically, and without the need for prior notice, be increased by an interest as referred to in Article 5 of the Act of 2 August 2002 on combatting payment errors in commercial transactions and a compensation of 10 % (the latter with a minimum of 40 euros). The God Shot also reserves the right to suspend all current deliveries until full payment of the total charged amount, interest and compensation, without prejudice to any other legal or contractual recourse. Any other outstanding invoice amounts become immediately and fully due and payable.
- The God Shot retains all intellectual rights to the products and services it offers. In no way can an order for goods and/or services be considered as a transfer of these rights, unless explicitly stated otherwise. An order does not in any way give the customer the right to use the name or the logo for any purpose, unless this has been expressly authorised in advance by The God Shot.
- All our agreements are governed by Belgian law. Any disputes arising under this agreement can only be brought before the courts of the district of our registered office.
We are convinced that the protection of your personal data is of the utmost importance. When we process your personal data, we will do so in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation of 27 april 2016 (hereafter referred to as ‘GDPR’).
The concerned data will be processed by The God Shot, Reyderstraat 41, 3511 Hasselt, 0839.353.371. The God Shot is seen by the GDPR as the GDPR controller, which implies that The God Shot is responsible for the correct processing of the data, and that you, in the event of any questions or the exercising of your rights regarding data processing, you can easily contact The God Shot:
The God Shot
corporate registration number / EORI: BE0768786861
Purpose of the data processing
When you place an order, subscribe for a tasting, training or networking event, or request a user profile, or close another agreement with The God Shot, we will process the requested data, which we need to properly process the order or the details of the agreement or subscription, so that we can adhere to the legally requested accounting requirements. Because of this justified interest to perform our business duties we will also use these data to send you relevant information about the full range of products and services provided by The God Shot.
Transfer of data
Your data will not be transferred/shared with third parties like commercial partners, unless we have your consent to do so. The God Shot does use products/programmes of third party-suppliers (like software-suppliers) to organise its work in the most efficient way possible, but guarantees that these third parties can only use your data within that context and that they will take sufficient measures to process your data in a safe way.
How long will we save your data?
The data we process to fulfil our accounting requirements, will be saved for a period of 7 years, as prescribed by the Belgian law.
The data we process during the fulfilment of our services we will be saving – after the end of the agreement – during the legal applicable time period (limitation period) for any contractual claims (5 – 10 jaar).
Your right in regards of the processing of your data
With regards to the data that is needed to fulfil the agreement and to meet our legal accounting requirements, you have the following rights:
- Right to view your data: you have the right to ask us to view the data we processed, in regards to the purposes of the processing, the retention period, the legal basis, …;
- Right to rectification: when your data is incorrect or incomplete, you have the right to request an immediate rectification or to adjust the incomplete data;
- Right to limit the processing: when you use your right to rectification, you have the added right to ask us to temporarily not use your incomplete/incorrect data, until they are rectified. This right to limit the processing also is valid in the cases further described in article 17 of the GDPR (the processing is unlawful and you object against the deletion of your data and request us to limit the use of your data instead – because you need this data for a legal claim, when otherwise we would no longer need your data to comply to the above mentioned business and legal requirement);
- Right to deletion of data: you have the right to request a deletion of your data, when these data are no longer needed to fulfil the above mentioned business and legal requirements;
- Right to a transfer of your data: you have the right to receive the data which we process of yourself in a structured, commonly used and machine readable document and the right to transfer these data to another GDPR Processor;
You can exercise these rights easily and free of charge by simple inquiry sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
With regards to the data that we use to send you relevant information about the full range of products and services provided by The God Shot, you have the same rights as mentioned before, supplemented with:
- Right to object: you can object to the processing of your data at any time through the use of our ‘unsubscribe’-link at the bottom of the e-mails we send or through contacting us: email@example.com. The God Shot will act on this request as soon as possible, but in the meantime you also have the right to request a restriction of the processing of your data until your request has been fulfilled.
Should you, for any reason, have a complaint about the processing of your personal data, you can contact the Belgian Data Protection Authority (Gegevensbeschermingsautoriteit, Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussel – firstname.lastname@example.org).