privacy policy

Cookies and privacy policy

As a customer, you have all the rights under the Consumer Protection Act. By confirming the registration, you allow Geoarh, Gregor Završnik s.p., to establish, manage, maintain and manage your personal data, while ensuring the protection of personal data under the “Personal Data Protection Act” (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia No. 59/99, 57/01).

Privacy policy

This privacy policy governs the collection, storage and processing of personal data that Geoarh, Gregor Završnik s.p., collects from you when you subscribe to receive content such as e-news, invitations to events, publications and other products of Geoarh, Gregor Završnik s.p.,

The manager

The controller of personal data in the sense as defined by the General EU Regulation on Personal Data Protection and the applicable law governing the protection of personal data – GDPR is:

Title: Geoarh, Gregor Završnik s.p.

Address: Trpinčeva 72, 1000 Ljubljana

Registration number: 8244782000

Tax number: 64209776


TRR: SI56 6100 0001 9905 135

Personal data and the purpose of their processing

If you want to receive the contents of the (e-news, invitations to events, publications and other products of the, you must fill in the form, order form, application or registration on the website. and confirmation, you provide with the following contact information:

the company in which you are employed or owned
E-mail address
residential address or delivery address.
Contact information that you provide to us upon completion or. To submit a form / order form / registration, we need the artistic creation you have subscribed to in order to process your order and to communicate with you regarding specific e-news, events, publications and other products of If you do not provide us with the above contact information, we will not process your order and you will not be able to use the desired e-news, events, publications and other products of respects your privacy and is obliged to act carefully and in accordance with the applicable regulations on the protection of personal data when collecting, storing and processing personal data. As there are certain links in the online information system to other, external websites that are not directly linked to, we do not assume any responsibility for the protection of data on these websites.

In order to prevent unauthorized access to or disclosure of the data obtained, to maintain the accuracy of personal data and to ensure their proper use, we use appropriate technical and organizational procedures to secure the data we collect. cannot rule out possible misuse of data, as the Internet is an unpredictable medium, despite security measures and security communication protocols.


The personal data you provide to us when you subscribe to e-news, events, publications and other products are processed by your artistic creation with your clear and unambiguous consent based on Article 6 (1), (a) of the EU General Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data. data (GDPR). In order to improve the quality of our products and services and for statistical purposes, in connection with the e-mails we send you, we also process data on the impressions of received messages and clicks on links in received messages.

You consent to the processing of personal data by clicking “send” / “sign up” / “register” on the website on the online order form or on the link “Change e-newsletter settings and unsubscribe”. You can withdraw your consent at any time by clicking on the link “Change settings for receiving e-news and unsubscribe”, which is located at the foot of each message you receive from the institution or. via e-mail to In the event of withdrawal of consent, we will no longer use your personal data to inform about the contents of (e-news, events, publications and other products of Any withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing of your personal data at the time before the withdrawal was given.

Your rights

In accordance with the provisions of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to access your personal data, the right to rectification, the right to erasure (“forgetting”), the right to transferability, the right to request a restriction on personal data and the right to object. You can review and change your information at any time by clicking on the “Change e-newsletter settings and unsubscribe” link.

When exercising all your rights or obtaining additional information, please contact us go to our authorized data protection person, who is available at the e-mail address We will process and respond to your application in accordance with the GDPR.

If you believe that your rights or personal data protection regulations have been violated, you can complain to the competent state authority:

Information Commissioner of the Republic of Slovenia (Zaloška 59, 1000 Ljubljana, telephone: 01 230 97 30, fax: 01 230 97 78, e-mail:

Personal data retention time keeps your personal data for as long as it is necessary for the purpose of sending content (news, invitations to events, publications and other products, to which you have applied or. ordered. In the event that you no longer wish to receive content from and unsubscribe from it, or in the event that you withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data for this purpose, we will block your data in the system and no longer use your data for this purpose.

The retention period of personal data may vary depending on the applicable sectoral legislation (eg tax, accounting legislation). In the event that the applicable sectoral legislation determines mandatory deadlines for the storage of personal data, deletes personal data after the expiry of the mandatory deadline prescribed by law.

About cookies
Cookies are nothing new, all website visitors have many cookies from various websites stored on their computers, tablets and mobile phones. What is new is that with the new legislation (ZEKom-1) there are changes in terms of information or. consent of visitors to their use.

What are cookies?

They are small text files that most websites store on devices that allow users to access the Internet in order to identify the individual devices that users used to access them. Their storage is under the full control of the user’s browser – the user can restrict or disable the storage of cookies if desired.

Why are cookies needed?

They are fundamental to providing user-friendly online services. The interaction between the web user and the website is faster and easier with the help of cookies. With their help, the site remembers the individual’s preferences and experiences, thus saving time and browsing the sites more efficiently and friendly.

Here are some specific examples of the use of cookies:

– For a better user experience of the website, we adjust the display of content to visitors according to past visits
– to save the selection when creating a shortlist of devices and offers and their comparison
– We keep you registered on the parts of the websites where registration is required
– to identify your device (computer, tablet, mobile phone), which allows you to customize the display of content to your device
– to track visits, which allows you to check the effectiveness of the display of content and the relevance of ads and the continuous improvement of websites
– they are necessary for the operation of certain services (eg online banks, online shops and other forms of e-commerce)

Disabling cookies

You decide whether to allow cookies to be stored on your device. You can control and change cookie settings in your web browser.

If you turn off cookies, some website options may be disabled.


Terms of business

The website is managed by Geoarh, Gregor Završnik s.p., hereinafter referred to as the “provider”. If you visit our website or make purchases through it, you must agree to the general terms and conditions, so read them carefully.

Title: Geoarh, Gregor Završnik s.p.

Address: Trpinčeva 72, 1000 Ljubljana

Registration number: 8244782000

Tax number: 64209776


TRR: SI56 6100 0001 9905 135

Prices for individual items are valid when placing an order, in the period before and after that prices may change. All prices are in euros (€) and include VAT.

Methods of payment
The provider allows customers the following methods of payment:
by proforma invoice by transfer to the provider’s bank account
The buyer receives an invoice on paper with visible costs and a notice of how the buyer can withdraw from the purchase and return the products if possible.

When the customer completes / sends the order, he receives a notification that the order has been successfully placed and placed in the queue. At this stage, the customer can cancel the order within two hours. The bidder confirms or rejects the order to the buyer within a maximum of two working days. During this time, the bidder shall check that the goods are available within a reasonable time. Upon confirmation of the order, the bidder informs the buyer about the estimated delivery time of the goods.

Shipping and delivery costs
The bidder sends the ordered goods to the customer via the DHL courier service. The flat rate delivery is free.

Withdrawal from purchase and return of goods
The buyer must notify the bidder in writing of the withdrawal from the purchase within 14 days of receiving the goods by e-mail. The deadline starts one day after receipt or. picking up the ordered goods. The customer returns the ordered goods within 14 days from the date of termination of the contract, without explanation (without stating the reason). In order for the withdrawal period to be observed, it is sufficient that the notice concerning the exercise of the buyer’s right to withdraw from the contract is sent before the expiry of the withdrawal period from this contract.

We will refund you for the returned goods no later than 14 days after the return of the goods. The company can withhold payment until it receives the returned goods or until the consumer sends proof that the goods were sent back, depending on which event occurred earlier.

The consumer is liable for a reduction in the value of the goods if the reduction in value is the result of conduct which is not necessarily necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods.

We do not reimburse the costs incurred upon return and delivery costs – they are borne by the buyer. Returned goods must be unused, undamaged and in the original packaging. The customer must also enclose a copy of the invoice with the return. The goods sent with the ransom are not obliged to be accepted by the bidder.

The right to a real mistake
Article 37 of the ZVPot specifies when the error is material:

The seller must deliver the goods to the consumer in accordance with the contract and is liable for material errors in its performance.

The error is real:

if the thing does not have the properties necessary for its normal use or for marketing,
if the thing does not have the properties necessary for the special use for which the buyer is buying it, but which was known to the seller or should have been known to him,
if the thing does not have properties and qualities that have been explicitly or tacitly agreed or prescribed,
if the seller has delivered a thing that does not match the pattern or model, unless the pattern or model was shown for notice only.
The suitability of goods for normal use shall be assessed in the light of normal goods of the same kind and taking into account any seller’s statements on the characteristics of the goods made by the seller or manufacturer, in particular by advertising, product presentation or indications on the goods themselves.

The provisions of the law governing obligations shall apply to liability for material errors, unless this law provides otherwise.

Out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes
In accordance with legal norms,, does not recognize any provider of out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes as competent for resolving consumer disputes that could be initiated by the consumer in accordance with the Out-of-Court Settlement of Consumer Disputes Act., as a provider of goods and services dealing with online commerce in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia, publishes an electronic link to the online consumer dispute resolution platform (SRPS) on its website. The platform is available to consumers online.

That regulation derives from the Out-of-Court Settlement of Consumer Disputes Act, Regulation (EU) no. Regulation (EU) No 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council on online settlement of consumer disputes and amending Regulation (EU) no. 2016/2004 and Directive 2009/22 / EC.

The right to privacy
All personal data will be used exclusively for sending invoices, offers, prospectuses, etc. Personal data will not be handed over, passed on to a third party.

Communication between provider and user
The provider can communicate with the user by phone, e-mail or. other means of distance communication, unless prohibited by the user.

Delivery times, prices and other information sometimes change so quickly that the provider fails to update all the information. In such cases, the provider will notify the buyer of any changes later and allow the buyer to cancel the order or. replacement of the product, if possible.

Users can complain in case of problems by e-mail The bidder will respond to the complaint within 14 days. inform the user how long it will take to process the complaint. The provider will strive to resolve any disputes amicably as soon as possible.

Availability of items
In principle, items are available in three to seven days. In case of prolonged unavailability of a certain item, the provider informs the buyer (e-mail or telephone).

Shopping for businesses
If you are buying products for your company and you are registered as a legal entity, register as a company. When registering, please enter the exact company name, address, tax number and whether you are liable for VAT in our online store. The above information is necessary for business. Please be accurate in filling out the application form and provide the correct information.