Terms of use

By visiting our website and/or using material from our websites, you accept the following terms. If a visitor / user does not agree with the conditions provided herein, he must not use the services of the specific website.

Intellectual Property

The content of this website is the intellectual property of Anthi Zahou and official seller Antonis Karakonstantis / Iridium artlab and will henceforth be referred to as “Company”. It is protected according to Law 2121/1993 “on the protection of intellectual property and related rights” without prejudice to any right not expressly granted here. By accessing this Website you agree that you accept the powers of the beneficiary according to articles 3 and 4 of the above law and consequently any act, omission or tolerance contrary to the provisions of the above law will attract the sanctions provided for by it.

Personal Data – Security
The company expressly declares that it will not make any illegal or unfair use of your personal data and will not transfer in any way and for any reason to any third party the personal details and information of the users/visitors. Upon your request, your personal information is permanently deleted and is not provided in any way to anyone. The submission of information for the purpose of using the services constitutes a responsible declaration of Law 1599/1986 and therefore any false declaration of information may attract the penalties provided for in article 22 par.6 of the law. Minor visitors/users of this website may access its services only with the consent of their parents or guardians.

Links to other websites
In order to facilitate your access to its websites, our website may include links to Internet websites, which are the property of third parties or are managed by third parties (natural or legal persons) and are themselves responsible for their content as well as the terms of personal data protection that they follow and in no case is our company responsible.

Applicable Law
All transactions you carry out through iridium.gr, iridio.com.gr and 9999.gr are governed and protected by International and European law that regulates issues related to electronic commerce (Directive 2000/31/EC, PD 131/ 2003) as well as by the Consumer Protection Law (Law 2251/1994) which regulates issues related to distance sales, as supplemented-amended by the K.Y.A. Z1-891/13-8-2013 (Official Gazette B’ 2144/30-08-2013).

Limitation of Liability
The company, its employees, or other agents shall have no liability, under any circumstances, for any consequential, incidental, indirect, special damages or costs or monetary penalties, including, but not limited to, lost profits, business interruption business, loss of information or data, or loss of clientele, loss or damage to property, and any third party claims arising out of or in connection with the use, copying, or presentation of this website or its contents or any other linked website, regardless of whether he was informed, knew or should have known of this possibility.

Confidentiality of Transactions
All information transmitted by the Company’s customer/subscriber is confidential and the Company has taken all the necessary measures to ensure that it is used only when deemed necessary within the framework of the services provided. Some of the measures taken are the following:
a. Only authorized employees have access to transaction information and only when necessary, e.g. to process applications.
b. The Company does not disclose the details of customers and their transactions, unless it has a written authorization from the customer or this is required by a court decision or a decision of another public authority.
c. In the event that the Company uses third parties to support its systems, it ensures confidentiality.
d. The customer can request any information held about him as well as their correction in case he can document the existence of an error.
e. For security, the Customer should treat all information provided through the service as confidential and confidential and not disclose it to third parties.
g. The Customer’s email address is used by the Company to send informative emails-newsletters about the company and any new offers or discounts. provided by her. In the event that the Customer does not wish to receive informative emails of this format, he can be deleted from the contact list by clicking on the link at the end of each informative email-newsletter.

For transaction identification and security reasons, the Customer, if requested by the company, should provide further information, such as his identity card, passport, etc. If the Customer does not provide the requested information or the transaction is not successfully identified by the Company, the Company has the right not to provide the service as well as not to refund the amount of the charge related to this transaction.

All payments will be completed by Official Seller A. Karakonstantis / Iridium artlab.

Payment by deposit to a bank account
The customer has the option of paying for his orders by payment to a bank (in store, via e-banking or phonebanking) through the DIAS system at the contracted banks. In this case, the Customer must pay any bank fees.

Credit Card through Viva Payments
Place your order and pay with your credit card through a secure connection to the Viva Payments payment gateway. This ensures the privacy of your transaction and data. The company does not collect and does not have access to your information which is managed by Viva Payments in a secure environment. The Terms of Use, which you will be asked to accept in the context of remote transactions are indicative: Law 2251/1994 on Consumer Protection, as amended and in force.

Electronic Document Transmission
The Customer must notify the Company of the email addresses to which the issued invoices will be sent. In addition, the Customer expressly declares that the specified email addresses and any information related to them are under its full, exclusive and undisputed control. Third parties should not have access to these addresses unless they are authorized by the Customer himself. The Company has no responsibility for the access of any third party to the Customer’s e-mail addresses nor for any damage the Customer may suffer from the access and/or use of his e-mail addresses by third parties.


The Customer is solely responsible for any change in the information he/she has declared and in particular in the email address information, who must inform the Company about the changes. The Company bears no responsibility in case of failure or delay in informing the Customer about the issuance of an invoice for the above reason.

The Company has no responsibility for any damage (positive or negative) of the customer and/or third parties arising due to the inability or delay of the customer’s access to his e-mail.

The Customer accepts that the Company makes every reasonable effort to ensure the availability of the electronic document transmission service.

We reserve the right at any time to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, any of our services, with or without notice. You acknowledge and agree that we shall not be liable to you or to any third party for any modification or discontinuance of our services. You agree to regularly read and review these terms for any changes that may have occurred. This agreement is between you and our company. Your access indicates that you accept these terms and that you agree to be bound by the terms, conditions and notices contained or referred to herein, whether or not you become a paid subscriber. If you do not agree to these terms, please do not use or access our website.

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