EU GDPR and online
What do online retailers need to observe when the new EU GDPR comes into force?
The new standard data protection regulation has been applicable as law throughout Europe since 25 May 2018. This day also marks the end of the two-year implementation period, whereupon violations may lead to severe fines. This affects all businesses working with personal data.
As an online retailer, you undoubtedly use personal data. So you have a number of obligations which you need to observe in relation to your online shop.
Text modules for your GTC and receivables
To support you, Boniversum is offering you legally checked text modules four your GTC, enabling you to inform your customers or clients about credit checks. They can easily be integrated into your GTC.
Text modules for GTC of online retailers
Detailed version with all the relevant information
Text module on duty of information under EU GDPR article 14 (PDF, 53 KB)
Text module “Note on registering/using unpaid receivables for scoring purposes”
Credit check in the purchasing process
Info from our webinar “EU GDPR 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? In our successful webinar which attracted considerable interest from online retailers, Marc Leske, Head of E-Commerce Sales at Boniversum, and Benjamin Spallek, Compliance and Data Protection Consultant at Creditreform Compliance Services GmbH, answered questions about the most pressing issues on the EU GDPR.
Did you miss the webinar? This is where you can download an FAQ document and a checklist of the most important details.*