In order to secure the ordering process against fraudulent and/or abusive behaviour, we automatically check during the ordering process whether there are any anomalies in the specific order for the contract. For this reason, the 1) data for the execution of the contract (e.g. object of purchase, name, postal address, email address, delivery address, payment method and bank information) and 2) usage data of the website visits of this online shop (e.g. details on the beginning, end and scope of the visited websites as well as click paths) together with a cookie and/or a visitor ID, each of which may contain anonymous data about the end devices used when visiting the websites (e.g. the screen resolution or the operating system version) and which has some probability of being recognised via the end devices on future visits, are processed by this ROSE BIKES online shop with the purpose of enabling your user account to be used in the future. The ROSE BIKES online shop processes this data for the purpose of managing your user account, the websites that you visit and the services that you use on the website at [https://www. rosebikes.com] against fraud (e.g. through the takeover of user accounts, the automated creation of fake user accounts by bots, the use of stolen identities or payment data or incorrect ratings for services), for product optimisation and further development, or against misuse (e.g. through attacks on the IT infrastructure, "man-in-the-middle" attacks, brute force attacks or the use of malware) on the basis of legitimate interest pursuant to Art. 6 Section 1 f) of the EU GDPR in conjunction with Recital 47. The ROSE BIKES online shop also transmits the previously named data to the Device Transaction Pool (DTP) and stores it there. The purpose of the DTP is to protect the member companies participating in the DTP from abuse and from bad debts due to fraud, which can occur while providing commercial, remunerated telecommunications services or telemedia services to contract partners who are unwilling or unable to pay, especially due to fraud. In the case of a request from a member company to the DTP, only the results of the suspicion check on the request are transmitted to this member company. Positive data can also be used, meaning, for example, that an end device used to make frequent and punctual payments can be rated positively. Results data for individual member companies, beyond the specific case of an particular use, are not stored. The DTP is operated by infoscore Profile Tracking GmbH (IPT), Kaistraße 7, 40221 Düsseldorf, Germany as the data processing company of the member company. The data is automatically deleted after five months. The ROSE BIKES online shop has contracted infoscore Tracking Solutions GmbH, Kaistraße 7, 40221 Düsseldorf, Germany with conducting the fraud prevention and abuse detection measures in accordance with Art. 28 of the EU GDPR. Recipients of the data are exclusively contractual partners of the ROSE BIKES online shop. In this case, the recipients are infoscore Tracking Solutions GmbH, Kaistraße 7, 40221 Düsseldorf, Germany; infoscore Profile Tracking GmbH, Kaistraße 7, 40221 Düsseldorf, Germany; infoscore Tracking Technology GmbH, Kaistraße 7, 40221 Düsseldorf, Germany; as well as data centre service providers that are tasked with storing the data. If fraud or misuse is suspected, a ROSE BIKES employee examines the results and the evidence on which they are based. If a contract is declined, this will be communicated to you and also, if requested, the principal reasons for this decision. You then have the opportunity to make your case by contacting [email protected], whereupon a ROSE BIKES employee will reexamine the decision.
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According to the EU GDPR, you have the right to request information on your personal data free of charge. In addition, you have the right to rectification, restriction of processing or erasure of such data. ■ Right of access acc. Art. 15 EU GDPR ■ Right to rectification of inaccurate personal data and completion acc. Art. 16 EU GDPR ■ Right to erasure acc. Art. 17 EU GDPR ■ Right to restriction of processing acc. Art. 18 EU GDPR ■ Right to data portability pursuant to Art. 20 EU GDPR ■ Right to object to processing of personal data acc. Art. 21 EU GDPR
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