Privacy Policy

Competizer offered by the Service provider - Webest s.c. Danuta Stawarz, Magdalena Czekała reserves the right to make changes to the Privacy Policy. The current Privacy Policy, which can be found online at, applies to every Competizer client and website user belonging to Competizer. Competizer neither sells nor divulges to third parties the personal data or contact details of its clients/website users. If you do not accept the Privacy Policy please do not visit our website or use services provided by Competizer.

Personal Data

When using Competizer’s website you may be requested to submit some of your personal data, either by completing a form or otherwise. We will request only the data that is essential to provide the service requested or to contact the person in interest. Failing to provide the data will impede the activity concerned.

Newsletter subscription

In order to subscribe to Competizer’s newsletter you must use the correct form to both provide your email address and give permission. The data obtained in this way is added to the mailing list. Your email address is required so that the newsletter can be sent to the reader.

Ordering our services

In order to be able to order services provided by Competizer, you must submit in the provided form your complete contact details. Fields considered to be obligatory are marked.

Unsolicited messages

Competizer reserves the right to send unsolicited messages to people whose contact data it possesses and who have accepted the Privacy Policy. Competizer considers unsolicited messages as information which refers directly to its website, newsletters and services (e.g. platform update, promotions), noncommercial letters (e.g. greetings, personal comments) and commercial information such as information about service completion whose dispatch was prepaid by Competizer’s clients.


Competizer use Google Analytics ((provided by Google Inc) and Hotjar (provided by Hotjar Ltd.) to analyze clients’ behavior and the users in the area of its service. This tool takes advantage of cookie files, which are small text files sent to the user’s computer. They allow the user to be identified as is needed to research and report the behavior of users who visit the website Cookies are harmless for the computer, its users and data. Cookies work provided the browser accepts them and not delete them from the hard drive.

You can disable cookies by adjusting the settings on your web browser.