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1. INITIAL PROVISIONS
1.1 The ETOPBUY s. r. o. trading company, residing at Stará Vajnorská 11/A, 831 04 Bratislava, ID: 47 726 000, VAT ID: SK2024065054, registered in the Commercial Register of Bratislava I District Court, section: Sro, insert no.: 98221/B (just the “seller”). Seller operates an online shop at the URL www.justplay.sk under the conditions set by these general trading terms (just “GTT” from here on) and assuming the acceptance of the order/draft of sale contract by the seller, the purchaser has the opportunity to buy selected goods in the online shop.
1.2 Seller’s email address: email@example.com. Seller’s phone number: +00421903 274 450. Operational hours of seller’s call and returns center: regular working days Monday to Friday from 9AM to 4PM, except for public holidays. This information may be amended or updated any time on www.justplay.sk.
1.3 These GTT govern legal relations between seller and the purchaser, who in accordance with the procedure under GTT shows interest in the purchase of goods on the www.justplay.sk internet website. These legal relations between the seller and the purchaser arising from the purchase, goods delivery, and returns of defects on goods are appropriately governed by the provisions of relevant Slovak legal regulations depending on their content and the purchase participants. If the contracting party is a consumer, the legal regulations not covered by the trading terms are mainly governed by Act No. 40/1964, Coll. Civil Code as amended (just “Civil Code” from here on), Act No. 250/2007, Coll. on Consumer Protection as amended (just “Consumer Protection Act” from here on), and Act No. 108/2000, Coll. on Consumer Protection at Doorstep Selling and Distance Selling as amended (just “Act on Consumer Protection in Doorstep Selling and Distance Selling” from here on). If the contracting party is an entrepreneur, the legal regulations not covered by the trading terms are mainly governed by Act No. 513/1991, Coll., Commercial Code as amended (just “Commercial Code” from here on). These GTT also govern the obligations arising for the parties in the moment of the sale contract’s conclusion based on the purchaser’s registration. Mutual relations between seller and purchaser are also governed by the rules of return for the www.justplay.sk online shop (just “Rules of Return” from here on).
1.4 Sales contract means a contract between the seller and purchaser whose subject is the purchase of goods presented on www.justplay.sk, closed under Article 2 et seq. of GTT.
1.5 Provisions of Articles 5 and 6 of GTT do not apply to a purchaser buying goods for business purposes instead of personal consumption. In this case, the responsibility for defects on goods is governed by the provisions of the Slovak Commercial Code.
1.6 Information about the goods presented on the website (especially availability, price, size, stock) is not updated by the seller online at any time. This data concerning the goods may not always be correct and complete on the shopping site compared to the actual state. The goods cannot be shown to the purchaser in advance and it is not always possible to accept orders and deliver them, even through a third party. Goods sold through the shopping site are always limited by the seller’s current stock and the re-ordering and/or delivery of goods after they are sold out is not possible, not even through a third party. In certain cases the seller will not be able to deliver products or equivalent products within the time and amount reasonable with regard to the product, scope of product advertisement, and the price, especially if a special case according to Article 2.15 of GTT has occurred. The purchaser will always be informed in an appropriate way about each such special event regarding the impossibility of delivering goods, and in the case of a concluded agreement, each party has the right to withdraw from it.
1.7 If it is not stated otherwise on the shopping website, seller’s advertisements and contest events published on the website, social networks, and other advertisement channels are exclusively for the retail sale of goods.
2. ORDERING GOODS/SALES CONTRACT/PROCESS OF CONTRACT CONCLUSION
2.1. The purchase of goods is carried out by preparing and sending an order by the purchaser on the seller’s shopping site, under the condition that the order must be approved (accepted) by the seller in accordance with GTT, otherwise the contractual relationship is not created. If the order is accepted by the seller through the procedure according to GTT, the seller delivers the ordered goods within the delivery period pursuant to Article 4.1 of GTT.
2.2. For the possibility of active shopping on the website and the participation in the seller’s advertisement and contest activities, it is necessary that the purchaser registers at www.justplay.sk in the website’s registration section. The purchaser’s registration can be done before selecting the goods or during the process of their selection. The person completing the registration form is required to fill in the information according to the required fields of the registration form. By completing the registration form, the purchaser also agrees with the processing of their personal and other data in accordance with Article 7 et seq. of GTT and the conditions under GTT. In case of their change, the purchaser is obliged to immediately update this data on the website when sending the order, since their correctness, accuracy, and timeliness have an effect on the delivery of goods to the purchaser. Required fields in the registration form are marked with “*“. The purchaser is obliged to enter correct, complete, and true data. Failure to comply with this obligation is interpreted to the detriment of the purchaser. A successful registration process is completed by assigning a login name and password; a special email is not sent. The purchaser is obliged to keep the username and password generated during the registration process in a safe place and protected so that it cannot be misused.
2.3. The purchaser can view and choose goods according to product categories in the left product menu or by clicking on the displayed goods. The purchaser selects product information according to the posted order information and by clicking on “Add to Basket” the product will be added to their order. When the purchaser completes the selection process, they click on “Basket”. Otherwise they are entitled to return to the selection process by clicking on “Continue Shopping”.
2.4. The preparation process of the purchaser’s order consists of 4 steps: a) the selection of goods and clicking on “Buy the Basket’s Contents”, b) choosing the payment, delivery method and transport fee, c) order confirmation, d) sending the order.
2.5. In each of these steps the purchaser proceeds according to the navigation instructions, and each step is generally completed by clicking on “Confirm”. The purchaser is obliged to enter complete, accurate, and correct data required for correct order delivery. The purchaser is obliged to check the correctness of the selected data in the order process prior to their definite sending to the seller.
2.6. Application of any other purchaser conditions stated in the order, other document, message, or purchaser’s email that would be in conflict with these GTT is expressly excluded.
2.7. The purchaser’s order is considered sent if it is delivered to the seller and contains all the required data - name of the ordered product, amount, price, delivery and billing address, and email and phone contacts (mobile phone) of the purchaser. If GTT do not state otherwise in a special provision, the seller is bound to their product offer, including the price from sending the order acceptance to the purchaser (contract conclusion) until the delivery of the goods to the purchaser.
2.8. Before sending the order to the seller, it is always required from the purchaser that they tick and confirm that they have read and agree with the seller’s valid GTT, considering them a part of the contractual relationship between the seller and purchaser. The process of an order’s preparation and sending by the purchaser cannot be completed without performing this operation. Each order is assigned an evidence number. When communicating with the seller and paying, the purchaser also states the order number.
2.9. The purchaser sends the order to the seller through the shopping site. This order is the purchaser’s proposal for concluding a sales contract under the terms and conditions according to these GTT. The seller will process the order within 15 days of its receipt (order by the purchaser). By sending the order to the seller through the shopping site, the purchaser manifests their will to be bound by their order during the stated period, buying and accepting the selected goods for the purchase price, all in accordance with the GTT conditions, provided it is accepted by the seller. After delivering the order, the seller immediately confirms the purchaser’s order electronically, i.e. informs the purchaser about receiving and including the order in the seller’s system.
2.10. Based on the agreement of the parties in accordance with GTT, the sales contract is concluded between the parties if the seller confirms the purchaser’s order via email. The seller is obliged to fulfill the accepted order based on the agreement and these GTT within the period according to Article 4.1 of GTT.
2.11. The purchaser can revoke the order via email delivered to the seller, if this revocation reaches the seller before the seller accepts the order through the procedure under GTT. The futile expiration of the period for the order acceptance by the seller without its acceptance automatically cancels the order. The order is cancelled also in other cases according to GTT.
2.12. Change in the order/conditions: if the seller is not able to accept the purchaser’s order in the entire scope (for example, 1 out of 4 items is not available), or if the seller proposes its change or amendment to delivery conditions due to other reasons, the purchaser will be informed about this fact via email or another suitable method. At the same time they will be asked to express consent or dissent with this change. The purchaser is obliged to express consent or dissent within 2 days from announcing the proposed change. During this period the ordered items will be reserved for the purchaser. The contractual relationship is formed only after the purchaser accepts (approves) the change in the order proposed by the seller. If the purchaser does not accept the change within the given period and in the given method, the purchaser’s order is considered cancelled in the entire scope through the futile expiration of the given period and the seller’s proposal for change is unaccepted by the purchaser.
2.13. The sales contract between the seller and purchaser is concluded by accepting the purchaser’s order by the seller or accepting the change to the order proposed by the seller and performed by the purchaser. From the sales contract the seller is obliged to deliver the subject of sale to the purchaser and fulfill the conditions under GTT. From the concluded contract the purchaser is obliged to accept the subject of sale, pay the agreed price to the seller and fulfill the conditions under the contract and GTT. The seller will fulfill the accepted order within a period according to Article 4.1 of GTT.
2.15. If before or after concluding the contract the seller finds a print, system, human, delivery, or other error concerning the goods, their price, availability, amount, or delivery options, as well as in the case of sellout, product unavailability, or if they are not able to deliver the goods to the purchaser within the agreed period or in the price stated in the online shop or due to force majeure, they will inform the purchaser of this fact. In any of these special cases, the seller and purchaser are entitled to revoke/cancel the order before closing the contract (purchaser) or reject it (seller). If such an exceptional circumstance occurs after the contract conclusion, the seller is entitled to withdraw from the contract in the moment of goods delivery to the purchaser. The purchaser is also authorized to withdraw from the sales contract in accordance with GTT and legal regulations in the given case of such a notified special circumstance’s occurrence. If the purchaser had already paid the purchase price, it will be returned in accordance with legal regulations and GTT. The seller is also entitled to unilaterally withdraw from the contract and/or not deliver the goods to the purchaser if it is found out that in the communication they were provided incorrect, incomplete, or inaccurate information concerning the purchaser or person accepting the goods, or if there is a risk that due to the behavior of the person with whom the seller communicated, damage to the seller might occur (such as fraud).
2.16. The purchaser is entitled to unilaterally withdraw from the contract within the period from the contract’s conclusion until the goods delivery, and they are obliged to bear the executed transport and goods delivery costs. The purchaser’s withdrawal options after accepting the goods are stated in GTT and legal regulations.
2.17. The seller and purchaser are not entitled to defer the debt from mutual relations to a third party.
2.18. Prior to sending the order the purchaser is entitled to perform acts and utilize technical means described in Articles 2 and 3 of these GTT in order to close the contract or identify or correct technical errors.
3. PURCHASE PRICE AND PAYMENT TERMS
3.1. The purchaser is obliged to pay the purchase and transport price to the seller for the goods according to the order accepted by the seller (concluded contract). When creating an order, these items are also listed summarily (sum of goods and transport price). The product price is stated on the website with VAT, if not stated otherwise. VAT is exerted on goods delivery in accordance with legal regulations.
3.2. The purchase price does not include bank fees for performing the purchase price payments, transport costs, cash-on-delivery fees, delivery costs for the purchased goods according to Point 4 of GTT, and the costs for the use of electronic communication means. These fees are costs paid by the purchaser, if not stated otherwise. In case of payments from abroad, the purchaser as the payment remitter is obliged to bear the fees of their bank and other charges, especially those of correspondent banks and the recipient’s bank.
3.3. The price may be changed due to obvious print or other errors concerning the product price identified in the seller’s system or posted on the shopping site next to the product. The purchaser and seller are entitled to cancel the order or withdraw from the sales contract (from the moment of goods acceptance) if a change to the purchase price of any item due to obvious print or other errors concerning the product price is announced to the purchaser.
3.4. Payment method for the purchase price, and delivery costs (the payment method is selected by the purchaser in the third step of the product ordering on the shopping site and stated in the order with the cost enumeration):
in cash at the goods’ acceptance (cash-on-delivery) – the purchase price and cash-on-delivery and transport fees are stated in the shopping basket during the goods ordering process
cash deposited to the seller’s account – purchase price and cash-on-delivery and transport fees are stated in the shopping basket during the goods ordering process
non-cash payment to the seller’s account in the moment of the order’s creation or after the order’s acceptance – purchase price and cash-on-delivery and transport fees are stated in the shopping basket during the goods ordering process.
When paying, it’s necessary to state the purchaser’s order number as the variable symbol. An incorrectly entered variable symbol by the purchaser during payment causes an incorrect settlement of the purchase price and the purchaser bears all associated risks, along with being in arrears with the payment obligation.
3.5. Purchase Price Due Date:
a) when selecting non-cash payment or cash payment through a deposit to the seller’s account: the purchaser is obliged to pay the purchase price to the seller no later than 3 working days from closing the contract and before accepting the goods under Article 3 of GTT; the purchaser is entitled to pay right after preparing and sending the order to the seller. The payment is then considered as an advance payment for the purchase price and delivery costs; however, we recommend the purchaser paying after the seller accepts the order (closes the contract)
b) for cash payment concerning cash-on-delivery: the purchaser is obliged to pay the purchase price and delivery costs to the seller no later than when the goods are delivered to the purchaser.
Cash-on-delivery fee: 1 eur
Price for advance payments (credit card, bank transfer): FREE
3.6. Bank fees for the purchase price’s payment and delivery fees are governed by the contract between the purchaser and their bank. The purchaser is notified that the information on transport costs is clearly indicated in the ordering process and depends on the selection of the carrier/delivery service/ delivery method. Costs for the use of electronic communication means are governed by the contract between the purchaser and their Internet provider or the provider of electronic communication services.
3.7. The seller will issue and deliver an invoice to the purchaser in accordance with Slovak law. By sending the order the purchaser agrees that the invoice will be sent electronically by e-mail. If you wish to send paper invoice, let us know by e-mail or phone.
3.8. When withdrawing from a concluded contract, the procedure in accordance with legal regulations and GTT is followed. If the purchase price was paid before closing the contract and it is not concluded within 15 days from the delivery of the purchaser’s order, the purchase price will be returned to the purchaser no later than 30 days from the delivery of the purchaser’s order, or 15 days from the order’s denial or revocation, depending on which of these dates comes first. A refund of the purchase price will be made for the account from which the payment was received. When returning the money through a postal check, €1 will be deducted from the sent sum.
If the purchaser had free shipping, the shipping price will be deducted from the returned sum depending on how the goods were delivered.
Before refunding the paid price, the seller is authorized to require from the purchaser proof of ownership of the account and/or the eligibility to receive the funds in case of doubt. If the seller is obliged to return the purchase price to the purchaser and the goods were already delivered to the purchaser, the seller will return the purchase price after returning the goods to the seller.
4. GOODS DELIVERY, DELIVERY TERMS, AND GOODS DELIVERY COSTS
Delivery of ordered goods is realized in the shortest time possible based on product availability. We process and send orders normally within 72 hours, and if selecting the payment method through bank transfer we send the goods the next working day after receiving the payment in our account. The courier will deliver the order within 1-2 working days from shipping the package (courier only delivers on working days).
The seller will deliver the goods to the address given by the purchaser when placing the order exclusively to the person stated as the purchaser. The delivery or handover of goods to a person other than the purchaser is not possible without a special prior written consent of the seller and the documents required by the seller. Due to this reason it is essential that the purchaser states the correct identification data when ordering goods, as well as the delivery data. The delivery of goods to a person without authorization to the acceptance of goods is not possible. The goods carrier is entitled to verify the receiving person through appropriate means whether this person is the purchaser and authorized to accept the goods. If the circumstances require it, the seller and purchaser can agree on an extended delivery period or alternative fulfillment at the same quality and price.
4.2. The handover of goods to the purchaser is only possible if the purchase price and travel costs for the delivered goods are paid. Otherwise, the seller or carrier/deliverer is entitled not to hand the goods over and the seller is not late with the goods delivery. The purchaser is obliged to accept the goods properly from the carrier/deliverer in the scope of the order accepted by the seller.
4.3. The purchaser selects the method of goods delivery on the shopping site during the order process from the options offered by the seller. In principle, delivery through a freight forwarding company or Slovak Post is possible and the delivery costs are stated in the order.
4.4. In certain cases, the seller is entitled to change the delivery method selected by the purchaser to a different offered method before accepting the order. In this case the purchaser will be notified about this fact and the change of delivery costs in writing and an adjustment to the order will be proposed under the contract conditions according to Article 2 of GTT. The change to the delivery costs due to the change of delivery method will not be to the detriment of the purchaser.
4.5. The purchaser is notified that the seller is entitled to deliver goods by several separate supplies, under the condition that the delivery price is the same as when accepting the order even for such separate supplies (i.e. several deliveries are charged for the price of one delivery).
4.6. The seller, shipping company, and delivery service are entitled to announce the goods delivery to the purchaser via email, SMS, or another appropriate form (for example, by phone). The purchaser agrees that the seller can provide this information to the shipping/freight forwarding company and the deliverer. The purchaser should be reachable at the address stated by them at the time of the announced goods delivery.
4.7. On the receipt of goods, the purchaser is obliged to prove their identity to the carrier through valid identity documents (identification card or passport) without prompting. The purchaser’s identity and entitlement to the receipt of goods must be obvious from these documents. Otherwise, the seller/carrier may not hand over the goods.
4.8. If the purchaser refuses to accept the goods without authorization or refuses to do so repeatedly, the seller is entitled to enforce all costs from the purchaser incurred in this regard.
4.9. The seller is entitled to unilaterally and at their own discretion internally determine the order value at which the purchaser does not pay shipping costs anymore. The information concerning the payment or non-payment of the shipping costs is displayed to the purchaser in the order on www.justplay.sk. The seller is entitled to unilaterally change and adjust the order value (closed contract) at which the purchaser does not pay shipping costs anymore without a need to state changes to these GTT. This change has no effect on the concluded contracts.
4.10. On the receipt of goods the purchaser is obliged to check the completeness and integrity of package, especially the number of transport packing (packages/shipments). In case of any obvious flaws identified in relation to the transport and the goods, the purchaser is obliged to notify the carrier and seller immediately within 12 hours. The purchaser is obliged to mark all obvious damages to the shipment and packing on the transport document. If the transport packing contains a damaged tape or a different defect on the order packing proving the unauthorized opening of the package, the purchaser is obliged not to accept the package from the carrier/deliverer. By signing the acceptance protocol, the purchaser confirms that the shipment was accepted undamaged. If the purchaser does not object to the non-delivery of goods and documents supplied with the goods within 12 hours from the goods’ delivery, it is assumed based on the confirmed delivery and transport notes that the goods were delivered to the purchaser properly, if they do not prove otherwise.
4.11. The purchaser will notify the seller about damage to goods via email or another suitable method. Additional reporting of mechanical damages identified when accepting goods cannot be heeded and it will not be accepted.
4.12. The seller will immediately inform the purchaser about the impossibility of delivering the goods, as well as in cases of force majeure and reasons the seller and carrier/deliverer are not liable for. In this case the seller offers or provides alternate fulfillment to the consumer and proceeds according to GTT and legal regulations.
4.13. The delivery of goods to JUSTPLAY stores is not possible. Personal pickup is possible exclusively at the Sissia store in Bratislava, Stará Vajnorská 11.
5. WARRANTY, RETURN TERMS AND RULES
5.1. Provisions of this section do not apply to a purchaser who buys goods in order to trade instead for the personal use of natural persons. Liability for goods damages is in this case governed by Paragraph 422 et seq. of the Commercial Code. The seller deals with consumer returns in accordance with Slovak legal regulations, especially the Consumer Protection Act, Civil Code, and valid legal regulations.
5.2. For all goods purchased under civil relations, the warranty period under Slovak legal regulations is a standard 24 months, if the Slovak legal regulations do not set a shorter period for certain types of goods. The warranty period begins from the day of the goods receipt by the purchaser.
5.3. The warranty does not cover defects and damages caused in relation to normal wear and tear, acts of the purchaser or third party after the receipt of goods by the purchaser, improper and rough handling, excessive load, mechanical damage or wear, usage of goods in contrary with the purpose of use, and improper storing.
5.4. The warranty also ceases if an intervention is performed on the goods.
5.5. The purchaser can exercise returns by sending the goods along with other required documents (especially the proof of purchase and returns form) to the address of seller written in 1.1. of this document. You can download return form pdf here.
5.6. With the returned goods, the purchaser must also include a readable original or copy of the purchase document and in the Return Protocol that the purchaser downloads on our website, state a detailed description of damages and the method through which the damages manifest themselves. The goods should be delivered in a clean state and with the accessories supplied with the goods.
5.7. When exercising the returns, the seller will issue a confirmation to the purchaser that will be delivered along with the document concerning the returns’ settlement with regard to remote communication; the confirmation on the returns’ exercise does not have to be delivered if the consumer had an option to prove the returns’ exercise in another way. A returns assessment without presenting the goods is not possible.
5.9. If it is a defect that can be removed, the purchaser has the right for it to be removed in a timely manner, properly, and for free. The seller is obliged to remove the defect without unnecessary delays. The purchaser can require product replacement instead of a defect’s removal, or if the defect concerns only a part of the product they can require the replacement of that component, if this does not incur unreasonable expenses to the seller given the product price or defect’s severity. Instead of removing the defect, the seller can always replace the defective product for a flawless one, if this does not cause severe difficulties to the purchaser. If it is a defect that cannot be removed or if it prevents the proper use of the product as in the case of a flawless product, the purchaser has the right to the product’s replacement or withdrawal from the contract. The same rights arise for the purchaser if these are removable defects, but the purchaser cannot use the product properly due to the repetitive occurrence of the defect after repair or a greater number of defects. If there are other irremovable defects, the purchaser has the right to appropriate a discount from the product’s price.
5.10. The seller will issue the document on the returns’ settlement no later than 30 days from exercising the return in accordance with the Consumer Protection Act and legal regulations. The purchaser acknowledges and agrees that the document on the returns’ settlement will be delivered to them in accordance with legal regulations. After completing the returns procedure and based on the seller’s invitation, the purchaser is obliged to take over the returned goods from the seller within 15 calendar days if the returns was settled in the form of repair, discount, the replacement of goods (new product) or rejection of a claim.
5.11. If the purchaser does not take over the product within 30 days from the returns’ settlement or within 30 days from the repeated delivery of goods to the purchaser, or if they do not take over the product within the same period from sending the seller’s invitation after completing the returns procedure to the contract address provided by the purchaser, the seller is authorized to enforce a fee of €0.20 for each day of storage from the purchaser in accordance with legal regulations.
6. RETURN OF GOODS - CONTRACT WITHDRAWAL
6.1. Instruction on the consumer’s right to withdraw from the contract: According to Paragraph 12 of the Consumer Protection in Doorstep Selling and Distance Selling Act, the purchaser has the right to withdraw from the concluded contract without stating a reason within 14 days from accepting the goods or closing the contract on the service provision, if the seller fulfilled the reporting obligation in a timely and proper fashion. If the purchaser exercises the right to withdraw from the contract under Point 6.1, the purchaser is obliged to return the goods to the seller by selling them to the seller’s headquarters. Also, the goods must be undamaged, unused, with no signs of wear and in original packing. The seller checks and examines the returned goods. If the goods are returned by the purchaser undamaged and unused, the seller will refund the paid purchase price of the goods to the purchaser in accordance with GTT and legal regulations. Based on this agreement the purchase price will be refunded through a bank transfer to the purchaser’s original account, if not agreed otherwise.
6.2. In case of the return of damaged or used goods or goods without accompanying documentation and accessories, the seller is authorized to enforce compensation of damage or other legal rights against the purchaser, which they are entitled to charge against the purchase price (except for goods returned due to proven warranty defects).
6.3. Based on the seller’s and purchaser’s agreement and in accordance with these GTT, the purchaser is not entitled to withdraw from the contract without stating a reason in any of the following cases:
a) the subject of contract is a product that cannot be returned considering its features. Such a product is underwear and socks.
b) a product that cannot be returned in the original delivery state (especially product obviously damaged, used, and without original packaging).
6.4. In case of the violation of conditions for withdrawal from the contract or the proper return of goods, the seller is entitled to enforce the compensation of damages that occurred to them against the purchaser under respective legal regulations.
6.5. You can download form of withdrawal here (slovak language only).
7.1. In accordance with Act No. 122/2013 Coll. on Personal Data Protection and the supplementation and amendment to certain laws (just “Personal Data Protection Act” from here on) and special regulations, from the moment of registration the purchaser grants consent to the seller for the processing of personal data stated in the registration form, order, and mutual correspondence in the seller’s information system. These personal data includes personal data provided during registration and purchase, such as name and surname, email address, gender, date of birth, billing address, shipping address, and phone number. This consent is provided for the purpose of establishing pre-contractual relationships and information necessary for fulfilling the obligations arising from the sales contract (mutual contractual relationships), as well as for the purpose of delivering advertising materials, presenting the seller’s services and products, sending information about the activity of these people, contests by these people, also through electronic means (especially email, SMS, telemarketing). The purchaser also gives consent with the processing of those data that are not personal. If the purchaser believes that their rights for personal data protection have been violated, they can address the Office for Personal Data Protection of the Slovak Republic, Hraničná 12, 820 07 Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
7.2. The consent is given voluntarily for the period until its revocation, under the fact that the purchaser is entitled to revoke the consent at any time by sending a written notice to the seller’s email address firstname.lastname@example.org or to the above-stated address representing the seller’s headquarters.
7.3. The purchaser declares that all personal data stated in the order are true. According to Paragraph 16 of Personal Data Protection Act, the person responsible for the untruthfulness of personal data is the one who provided it for the information system.
7.4. By registering and sending the order the purchaser confirms that they agree to receiving commercial communication via email and/or SMS, or some other suitable method.
7.5. If the seller has the obligation to provide and/or deliver required information to the purchaser and this obligation is not fulfilled in the form of publication in GTT, the purchaser agrees for the seller to provide and deliver such information via email or SMS to the contact detail provided by them, or through some other suitable method.
7.6. All personal data provided by the purchaser during purchase is confidential and will not be provided to third parties in any case. Personal data is only available to seller's employees. All personal data is protected against misuse
8. FINAL PROVISIONS
8.1. The seller is entitled to keep and archive mutual documentation and the contract in electronic form along with the relevant General Trading Terms for a period of 5 years. An archived contract is not available to the purchaser. For the contract conclusion, the Slovak language is offered. The purchaser is entitled to reproduce the essential contractual appurtenances in electronic form in accordance with legal regulations.
8.2. For the delivery of electronic messages addressed to the purchaser it applies that if the seller does not receive an error message about the impossibility of delivering the message (email or SMS) to the provided email address or purchaser’s phone number (mobile phone), this message (email or SMS) is considered delivered the next day from its delivery, unless the mandatory legal regulations demand otherwise. For the delivery of electronic messages addressed to the seller (email) it applies that the email is considered undelivered until the seller confirms its receipt to the purchaser through a reply email. The order is considered received also if the addressee refuses to accept it, or if they do not accept it due to their own fault or omission. In such a case, the order is considered delivered upon the expiration of the storage period at the post office in the period determined by the sender and upon the return of the shipment to the sender, about which the sender must show undamaged proof. Notices delivered through a deliverer – courier service, will be considered delivered at the moment of their acceptance by the contracting party. In case of an unsuccessful delivery by the courier service, the moment of delivery will be considered the third day after performing the first delivery attempt, while the attempt will be evidenced by the deliverer’s – courier service’s declaration. It is the seller’s sole entitlement to decide in which form and what cases they will communicate with the purchaser in this form (SMS or email or another suitable method).
8.3. If it is proven that any of GTT and/or contract provision is invalid or ineffective, this invalidity or ineffectiveness does not result in the invalidity or ineffectiveness of other GTT/contract provisions. In such a case the contracting parties agree to immediately replacing such an invalid or ineffective provision with a new one so that the purpose pursued by the respective invalid or ineffective provision at the time of its acceptance and the conclusion of this contract is maintained.
8.4. The Slovak Trade Inspection, Inspectorate for the Bratislava region based in Bratislava, Prievozská 32, 827 99 Bratislava, is authorized to supervise the seller’s activity.
8.5. The governing law is the law of the Slovak Republic. All disputes arising from GTT, the contract, or in relation to them including disputes from goods delivery will be heard and decided exclusively by courts in the Slovak Republic.
8.6. GTT are valid and binding from the day of their publication on the seller’s internet website. The seller reserves the right to cancel, change, amend, or replace them with new ones at their own discretion under the condition that GTT valid at the time of the sales contract’s conclusion apply to closed contracts. By registering, as well as sending the order and ticking the agreement with the text of GTT on www.justplay.sk when completing the ordering process, the purchaser confirms that they read and agree with GTT and the returns rules (Article 5), perceiving them as part of the contractual relationship.
GTT in this text are published and valid since 1 June 2014 and will be used for orders delivered to the seller through the shopping site after this date.