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Privacy policy


The owner of this website is Terrible Creations d.o.o.

Protection of personal data

In line with the European General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, which applies since May 25, 2018, by accessing this site you accept all risks arising from its use and you accept that you will use its content exclusively for personal use and at your own risk. Our information system is protected by technical measures from unauthorized access, modification, dissemination, loss and deletion of your data.

We guarantee that we will use your personal data exclusively for the purpose of fulfilling your requirements, concluding and executing contracts, and for our own marketing and other legitimate interests that are important to our business. We will use the data for clearly defined purposes and will not pass it on to third parties or use it for unspecified purposes.

The processing of your data will be carried out exclusively in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and the applicable laws and regulations of the Republic of Croatia.

We store your personal information in our local customer database when you submit an inquiry, request an offer or perform a service. Depending on the type of request or service, this is the information we might store:

  • Full name
  • Address
  • E-mail
  • Phone/fax number

We process the data for the purpose of sending offers or fulfilling ordered services, informing users about the status of their loyalty points via SMS and legitimate interest in order to improve business. The data is only available to employees who need it to do their job. We also store your email address in the GDPR-compliant MailerLite newsletter.

Without this information, it would be impossible to make deals and fulfill our business obligations and your orders.

The client base is our legitimate interest that allows us to improve business results and raise the quality of service. It is also easier for us to meet the requirements defined in the process of compliance with personal data protection regulations, such as the updating and portability of personal data.


Cookie policy

In order to ensure the proper operation of our site and improve the browsing experience, we store a small amount of Internet cookies. An extremely large number of websites use these tools in accordance with applicable regulations, according to the General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR, the Act Implementing the General Regulation on Data Protection (OG 42/18) and the Electronic Communications Act (OG 73/08, 90 / 11, 133/12, 80/13, 71/14, 72/17). We are obliged to ask for your consent before storing cookies on your computer. If you choose not to store cookies on your computer, the site may still be viewed, but some of its services will not be available to you.


What do cookies do?

The task of cookies that you have allowed to be stored on your computer is to save your settings, website settings, your preferred language or address. When you visit the same page again after a while, the web browser you are using sends information tailored to your needs.

Depending on the defined task, cookies store a wide range of information, including personal data. However, it is up to you to decide what information cookies will store. You can choose whether to approve or reject requests to save cookies in the settings of your web browser.

Disabling cookies may not allow you to use some of the functionality of the pages you visit.

Types of cookies

Persistent cookies remain on your computer after you close your web browser program. Persistent cookies will remain on your computer or mobile device for days, months, even years and are intended to store permanent data such as username and password so that you do not have to log in again and again.

Temporary cookies disappear from your computer after you close your web browser. With their help, temporary data such as the data you provide when you are shopping online is stored.

First-party cookies can be permanent or temporary, and they store information that you will use again the next time you visit the pages from which they are stored on your computer.

Third-party cookies or so-called Advertising cookies are stored on your computer if you use advertisements on the page you are visiting and it redirects you to a third party. This method is used to track the use of the Internet and the web for marketing purposes.

This site uses cookies for the purpose of improving the user experience, for the purpose of functioning of the site in the context of security and for the purpose of actions chosen by the site visitor independently (web form for sending messages or requesting services). Temporary cookies are deleted when you leave the web browser. Their sole purpose is to improve the user experience while visiting the site. Persistent cookies have no restrictions and remain in your browser until you delete them manually. The collected data is used exclusively for statistical purposes.

Traffic insights

Our site uses Google Analytics traffic measurement services. The data collected in this way cannot identify the site visitor, and all data is used exclusively for statistical purposes. If you want to prohibit the listed services from storing cookies, you can do so at this link:

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All our online activities regarding the protection of personal data are in accordance with European legislation and the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and the provisions of the Act Implementing the General Data Protection Regulation (OG 42/2018).

Terrible Creations d.o.o. has, in accordance with Art. 18a of the Personal Data Protection Act (OG 106/12), appointed a personal data protection officer.

Contact details of the personal data protection officer:

Full name: Matija Mihoković