Customer data is saved and processed by us in line with the relevant provisions of the German Federal Data Protection Act [BDSG] and the German Telemedia Act [TMG]. Your personal data is only collected for defined, clear and legal purposes and is not stored any longer than necessary according to personal usage.
If you subscribe to our newsletter, your email address is used for our own advertising purposes until you unsubscribe. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Specific functions of our newsletter automatically reveal to us the content that is of particular interest to our customers. We use the results of this pseudonymised analysis solely for the purpose of improving our service. The results cannot be linked to any one individual. You may of course refuse the pseudonymised analysis of your data to improve our service at any time by briefly writing to the address below.
We use a secure service with SSL technology (secure socket layer) with 128-bit encryption to transmit your data. As such, your data is transmitted to us securely and so that it is inaccessible to unauthorised parties.
Costs in the event of the fraudulent use of bank data
If your bank data is used fraudulently by unauthorised parties, most banks will assume all costs incurred. Should your bank require you to pay an excess of max. EUR 50.00, HALLHUBER will pay this on your behalf. In the event of the fraudulent use of your bank data, please inform your bank immediately and contact us by sending an email to .
Note regarding Online Dispute Resolution
Pursuant to Regulation No. 524/2013 of 18 June 2013, the EU Commission established an internet platform for the alternative Online Dispute Resolution between consumers and traders (“ODS platform”). The ODS platform serves as central point of contact for consumers and traders that intend to amicably settle disputes that arose from online legal transactions. The ODS platform is accessible under the following link: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/ . Please feel free to contact us directly via e-mail to for an out-of-court dispute resolution.
Most of the cookies we use are deleted from your hard drive at the end of your browser session (known as ‘session cookies’). Other cookies remain on your computer and enable us to recognise your computer when you visit our site again (known as ‘persistent cookies’). These cookies serve to save the contents of your shopping basket, which can then be accessed when you return to the site.
Insofar as is necessary to process orders and advertise our products and services, we share your data with our affiliated companies within the EU who support us in terms of customer service, the dispatch of our products and the creation and distribution of our advertising materials. We take great care in the selection of our partners, who are obliged to adhere by legal requirements regarding the secure handling of your data and also to our own data privacy standards. In particular, our partners are not permitted to pass on data belonging to our customers to third parties for advertising purposes.
Your IP address will be anonymised by us and will therefore not be traceable to you. As a result of modifications to the Google Analytics code, your IP will be shortened to the last octet. As such, user profiles cannot be created and supplemented with other data, nor can the shortened IP address be traced back to your name or address.
If you do not want your data to be stored by Google Analytics on principle, you have the option of downloading the relevant opt-out browser add-on from https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
To ensure the tailored design and optimum performance of this website, solutions and technologies by econda GmbH (www.econda.com) not only collect and store anonymized data, but also utilize this data to compile usage profiles by means of pseudonyms. Cookies can be used for this purpose which make it possible for an Internet browser to be recognized. Without the express consent of a visitor, however, usage profiles will not be stored together with data pertaining to the pseudonymous visitor. IP addresses, in particular, are rendered indecipherable immediately after receipt, which makes it impossible to match a usage profile with an IP address. Visitors to this website can opt out at any time of the collecting and storing of their data by visting www.econda.com/econda/company/data-protection/revocation-of-data-storage
In addition, the user behaviour is stored on this website and analysed in anonymized form in order to give individual recommendations to visitors of this website and propose articles that fit the visitor’s own personal interests. This aims at improving the usability of this website for visitors. For this purpose this website uses the recommendation engine of Recolize GmbH (www.recolize.com) and creates individual recommendations for users of this website by way of an anonymized analysis of visitor behaviour based, among other things, on viewed and bought articles.
Contacting us regarding data privacy issues
You have the right to information, the right to correct and, if necessary, delete or block any of your stored data, free of charge. If you have any questions about data privacy, please contact:
Tel. : +49 89 / 356 24 10
Fax: +49 89 / 359 04 66
We would be happy to receive your enquiries (information, complaints) by post, fax or email.