To make orders from the online store of pc.Net you don't have to register an account, you can complete the purchase as a guest. In this case you will be asked to fill in the shipping and billing details of the order which is stored in the system for the period corresponding to the stated warranty of the products purchased at pc.Net (i.e. 2 years from the order).
If you choose to register an account, you can store your favorite products in your account and get some functionality that only registered user can get. We may ask you by e-mail to write an review of any of the products you have purchased from pc.Net or at the store page in Skroutz, or to send you notices of changes to the products that interest you. You can handle Your favorites and choose the notifications you receive using your account settings.
Upon completion of your purchase, we will ask you for the shipping information for the products you want to buy. Also in case you choose to pay by credit card you are redirected in a secure inviroment to the payment service of Alpha Bank in order to make the payment. pc.Net is not storing any card details such as number, expiration date and CCV.
In order to be able to process your order, we share the shipping information with the ELTA Courier.Shipping information is stored for use on future orders and for calculating transport if you have registered account.You can see and manage your addresses through your account settings.
If you want to create an account at pc.Net in order to use some of our services such as your order history, Reward Points system, availability notices that you choose or to write a product review that you have pick from pc.Net, information that will be requested for the registration is your name, email address, shipping and payment address at which the order will be sent, and the contact telephone number.
Your e-mail address may be displayed in public view at pc.Net 's website , in case of a product review and the addition of comments to the website of pc.Net. We will also need your e-mail to contact you and receive notifications from pc.Net when you register for the newsletter or when you create your account at registration page. You can choose which notifications to receive using your account settings.
You can check, fix, and delete your data at any time through your profile settings. You can also ask for your account to be deleted. You can also choose to opt out of processing your personal data if you wish.
If you have an account at pc.Net, you can access your personal information through your profile at any time and change it, edit or delete it if you wish.
You can request the deletion of your account by sending us an e-mail to [email protected]
You can use your account settings to exclude your data from certain forms of editing. For example, you can opt out of receiving newsletter and disable certain types of notifications.
When you use our services we may receive data relating to you. We use this data in order to provide our services.
In order to offer you our services, we receive services from companies located in the EU and the USA. For example, we use Google Analytics to better understand how our users uses pc.Net services and we use third-party networks and infrastructures to interconnect our services to the Internet.
Our shop is also interconnected with the price comparison portal Skroutz the medium of which we present our products, as well as the display and reproductions of users who have made a purchase from pc.Net
You will find us in social networks such as Facebook and Tweeter where registered users can get informations about pc.Net
We also share your order ID with Alpha Bank payment service in order to complete credit card payments or make a transaction dispute.
We may store, use or disclose your personal data if we deem this necessary to comply with applicable law or a legal process, as well as to ensure the integrity of Our service against misuse, such as the dissemination of defamatory, inappropriate or unwanted content. We may also do the same to deal with cases of fraud or if it is imposed by a public authority or a court of law.