Duty to inform – Raffles

Conducting prize draws – information in accordance with Article 13 of the Basic Data Protection Regu­lation (GDPR)

To parti­cipate in compet­itions, it is necessary to collect personal data (name, first name, address, age).

We derive the author­isation to collect, store and transmit personal data from the following articles of the GDPR:

Your personal data will be stored solely for the purpose of conducting the competition and not for any other purposes, unless you have consented to the use of the data for the purposes of self-promotion by post or e-mail.

Your personal data will be deleted within 2 months after the end of the competition, unless you have consented to the use of the data for the purposes of self-promotion and stored until revoked by the recipient.

Your data will only be trans­ferred to third parties if this is necessary for the execution of the competition (e.g. web agencies). Your data will not be trans­ferred to other third parties. Necessary contracts for order data processing have been concluded.

Furthermore, your data will be trans­mitted to internal departments that are involved in the execution of the respective processes, e.g. book­keeping, accounting, marketing, EDP. As soon as the business purpose of carrying out the competition is fulfilled and you have not been determined as the winner, we will delete your data within two months after the competition has ended.

However, winners are subject to tax and commercial law retention periods. According to § 147 paragraph 1 of the German Fiscal Code (AO), these are 10 years for accounting documents and according to § 257 paragraph 1 of the German Commercial Code (HGB), 6 years for business documents.

The voluntary regis­tration for the news­letter or postal information, is without influence on the chances of winning.

The first and last names as well as the e-mail addresses of the parti­cipants, who have addi­tionally registered for a news­letter in the context of their parti­cipation in the lottery, will be used exclusively for sending the above-mentioned news­letter and will be stored until revoked by the recipient.

The revocation can be made via the unsub­scribe link in the footer of the news­letter or in the form of an informal written noti­fication to datens­chutz@lowa.de.

Further information on the rights as a data subject, the right of appeal to the super­visory authority, data protection officers, data protection conditions can be found on the pages Duty to Inform GDPR and Data Protection.