EU GDPR

The new standard data protection regulation will be applicable as law throughout Europe from 25 May 2018. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) entered into force in 2016 and must be applied in all member states from 25 May 2018 onwards. Its purpose is to strengthen the protection of personal data and to standardise this protection throughout the EU.

Information for consumers

Which data are stored by Boniversum? When, why and on what legal basis? Following the specifications of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR), we need to provide you with detailed information about the way we collect, process and store data.

Boniversum – EU GDPR – duty of information

Click here to read the wording of the new German Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG), section 31, regulating the “protection of commerce in customer scoring and credit checks”.

Wording of BDSG (new), section 31

Boniversum - EU-DSGVO - Informationspflicht

For businesses: Text modules on EU GDPR

To support you in this, Boniversum is providing you with legally sound text modules which you can use to inform your customers/clients about credit checks and data sharing in compliance with the EU GDPR.

Banks / and other financial institutions

Text modules for GTC
Text modules for the GTC of banks and other financial institutions (PDF, 38 KB)

Boniversum information leaflet to be issued to customers of banks and other financial institutions
Boniversum information leaflet to be issued to customers of banks and other financial institutions (PDF, 110 KB)

Boniversum - EU-DSGVO - Textbausteinefür E-Commerce

More information for online retailers

What should online retailers expect? What do they need to bear in mind for their online shops? And how should they inform their customers? Click here for information on the most pressing issues.

Info for e-commerce