Our Privacy Policy

Protection of your personal data is a top priority for us. In the declaration below we explain how your data are used under the aspects of reliable data protection.

The providers of this internet presentation do not exercise any influence on the content of web pages linked to this site. Even though they were carefully examined before the links were activated, it cannot be excluded that the providers of the respective pages have made content changes which are in violation of the law or infringe upon the philosophy of weclapp.com.

We dissociate ourselves from such content and cannot be held responsible for such pages.



You have to register in order to use the services offered on this website. You are requested to enter certain personal data into the registration form and we also ask you to enter your email address and a password. Based on the data which you provide to us we send you a registration email to check your registration details. Furthermore we record your address and your credit card details.

When you register you also have the opportunity to subscribe to a newsletter. You are entitled at any time to withdraw your consent to record your data and email address and use them for sending you the newsletter.


Capturing and processing your personal data

You can generally access our website without disclosing who you are. We only come to know the name of your internet service provider, the data transferred by your browser and the websites which you access from our webpage. We use third party web tracking services only in the area for which one does not log in. With tracking services, i.e. the help of cookies, we follow up non-personal data of visitors to our website on the whole in order to capture information on utilisation as well as statistical mass data. We have no access to the cookies. This declaration on our privacy policy applies only to cookies used by weclapp.com, but not to any cookies used by third parties. Weclapp.com uses web tracking services exclusively in the area which is open to all. As soon as you have logged into this website the data on your movements are no longer saved through third party providers. Nor do we make our own data on movements available. Your privacy as a registered user is protected at all times.


Use and dissemination of personal data

You enter your personal data voluntarily. By entering your data you agree that these data may be processed or used (depending on the particular purpose) to contact you, for example, for contractual matters or for processing business transactions (invoicing). For the purpose of credit checks and other justified interests we reserve the right to exchange addresses and credit history data with the General Credit Protection Agency (Schufa) or other information services.

When your contract has been fully settled your data are blocked for further use and are deleted after provisions in terms of tax and commercial law have lapsed, unless you have explicitly agreed to the further use of your data. We make your personal data available to third parties only in the manner described in this declaration on data protection. We do not sell your personal data to third parties and there is no processing or utilisation for other purposes of any kind. You can withdraw your consent to future utilisation at any time.


Keeping your data safe

The safety of your personal data is very important to us. When you enter sensitive information (like credit card details) into our order forms we encrypt the transfer of these data with Secure Sockets Layer technology (SSL). We adhere to generally accepted standards for the protection of personal data transferred to us, during transfer as well as after we have received such data. Nevertheless there is no transfer method via the internet and no method of electronic storage which is 100% safe.  Therefore we cannot vouch for the absolute safety of data.



This website uses plug-ins of the facebook.com (http://www.facebook.com) network which is operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304 USA (“Facebook”). These plug-ins can be identified by the Facebook logo or a relevant add-on.

When you enter a site containing a plug-in, the plug-in establishes a direct connection between your browser and Facebook. Since it is a direct connection we receive no information about the data transferred. The fact that you have entered the page in question is communicated. If you are also logged into Facebook at that time, all information is allocated to your Facebook account and thereby becomes referable to you. The same applies, of course, when you use plug-ins (“like”) or add commentaries.

Should you want to avoid the direct transfer of data into your Facebook account we recommend that you visit our pages only when you are not logged into Facebook. For more details on how Facebook Inc uses and stores your referable or personal data please see http://www.facebook.com/policy.php.


Right to information

Upon request we inform you in writing whether we have stored personal data and of what type it is. We record your consent, and in accordance with legal provisions you are entitled to use your right to have your personal data corrected, blocked or deleted at any time. A summary of our privacy policy in compliance with section 4e BDSG (German Data Protection Act) is contained in our public code of practice which is available on request. If your personal data change or if you no longer wish to make use of our service you can correct, update, amend, delete/remove or deactivate them by making corresponding changes to your account, or by contacting us through one of the contact possibilities given on this website.


Legal provisions

Our services are rendered in compliance with the legal provisions on data protection under the terms of the Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the Telemedia Act (TMG) of the Federal Republic of Germany. Furthermore the content of data transferred by you is also covered by the German Penal Code (StGB) against unauthorised access by us or by third parties. We reserve the right, demanded by law, to pass on your personal data if we are of the opinion that disclosure is necessary in order to protect our rights and/or if we are requested to disclose the data in a lawsuit, by judicial order or as a result of legal action concerning our website. Safe content is encrypted when stored and therefore cannot be disclosed.

If you have any questions or would like more information about the processing of your personal data, you are welcome to contact our data protection representative directly:



Marburg, 23-05-2013