User Terms of Service
User Terms of Service
By using the Wolt Service, you agree to be bound by these User Terms of Service (“Terms of Service”).
Please read the following Terms of Service carefully before using the Wolt Service. If you do not agree with the Terms of Service, please do not use the Wolt Service. These Terms of Service apply to any use of the Wolt Service and to the Purchase Agreements made hereunder. A more detailed description of the Wolt Service and information on system requirements is available at wolt.com.
If you have a Wolt at Work Account, these Terms of Service also apply to our customer organization which has granted you the Wolt at Work Feature (“Customer Organization”) with respect to Orders made by you through the Wolt at Work Feature. If there is any discrepancy between these Terms of Service and the Wolt Corporate Terms & Conditions applicable to the Customer Organization, the Wolt Corporate Terms & Conditions shall, however, prevail.
The Terms of Service are concluded between us and the User only, and not with Apple Inc., and Apple Inc. is not responsible for the Wolt App or the content thereof. You agree that Apple Inc., and Apple Inc.’s subsidiaries (“Apple”), are third party beneficiaries of the Terms of Service, and that, upon your acceptance of the Terms of Service, Apple will have the right (and will be deemed to have accepted the right) to enforce the Terms of Service against you as a third party beneficiary thereof.
“Courier” means a courier partner who has signed a courier partner agreement with Wolt Hungary and who offers his/her/its delivery services to the User/Customer Organization through the Wolt Service.
“Courier Agreement” means an agreement for the purchase of a Courier’s delivery services made on an Order. With respect to Orders placed through the Wolt at Work Feature, the Courier Agreement forms a binding agreement between the Courier and the Customer Organization, while in any other cases, the Courier Agreement forms a binding agreement between the Courier and the User.
“Order”: has the meaning as set out in the below Section 3.2.
“Partner” means a restaurant or other service partner who has signed a partner agreement with Wolt Hungary and who offers its products and delivery services, if applicable, through the Wolt Service.
„Pharmacy Partner” is a Partner that fulfils the requirements of the „pharmacy” term of Act no. XCVIII of 2006 on the general rules of safe and efficient pharmaceutic drugs and medical accessories supply and pharmaceutical trade (hereinafter: „Gyft.”) and disposes over the valid operation and any other necessary license as required by the laws as amended from time to time and that has been duly registered in the applicable registry.
“Purchase Agreement” means an agreement for the purchase of Partner’s products and possible delivery services made on an Order. With respect to Orders placed through the Wolt at Work Feature, the Purchase Agreement forms a binding agreement between the Partner and the Customer Organization, while in any other cases, the Purchase Agreement forms a binding agreement between Partner and the User.
“Wolt” means Wolt Enterprises Oy, Arkadiankatu 6, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
“WoltHungary” means Wolt Magyarország Kft. (seat: 1085 Budapest, Salétrom utca 4. földszint; reg. no.: 01-09-322693)
“Wolt App” means a digital application called Wolt provided by Wolt for natural and legal persons to order products from Wolt’s Partners.
“Wolt at Work Account” means a user account in the Wolt App onto which the Wolt at Work Feature has been added.
“Wolt at Work Feature” means the payment method and feature of the Wolt App through which the Customer Organization’s authorized Users can make Orders at the Customer Organization’s cost.
“User” or “you” means a natural person using the Wolt Service.
“Retail Products” means groceries, consumables, utility goods and other consumer goods made available by the Partner on the Wolt Service.
2. Identity of Wolt
Wolt Enterprises Oy, Arkadiankatu 6, 00100 Helsinki, Finland, business ID 2646674-9, VAT ID FI26466749
Trade name: “Wolt",
Email address: email@example.com.
Information about the identity and products and services of the Partners will be provided through the Wolt App and Wolt website.
3. Description of the Wolt Service
3.1. Wolt provides a platform on which the User can purchase food products, Retail Products and arranges delivery services to Users in relation to products purchased from certain Partners if the User also ordered the delivery of the Order. When you purchase products from a Partner, Wolt facilitates the fulfillment of the purchase on the Wolt Service.
3.2. The Partners provide accurate and up-to-date information about their products and services in the Wolt Service, including information on menus and product prices. The information on the delivery fee applicable at each time is provided in the Wolt Service. The delivery fee in certain cases may eventually be lower than the fee indicated in the Wolt Service. If you have allergies or other dietary restrictions, please contact the relevant Partner directly. The Partner will provide food-specific information upon request. The sale and purchase of the Partner’s products and services may be subject to additional terms and conditions of the Partners as set out in the Wolt Service and herein (in case of Orders from McDonald’s). The price of the Retail Products is determined based on the price at the date of placing the Order. Please note that there may be minor price alterations between the indicated price and final price of the Order for pre-packed items in case of package weight variations.
The Partner provides information on allergens and other necessary product-specific information of Retail Products in the Wolt Service. The Partner is responsible for providing all information on Retail Products as required by applicable laws and regulations, including the EU Regulation No 1169/2011 on the provision of food information to consumers. Where applicable, the Partner is further responsible to ensure that the selling price and the unit price are indicated in accordance with EU Directive 98/6/EU on consumer protection in the indication of the prices of products offered to consumers.
The Partner determines in its sole discretion the selection and pricing of Retail Products available on the Wolt Service. The Partner may also impose certain restrictions on Your Order, such as quantity limits and size limitations of the Order. The Partner is responsible for informing You of any limitation relating to the availability of any Retail Products. User accepts that in case a product is temporarily unavailable, the Partner will fulfill Your Order without including such product item in the Order. You will not be charged for products that are unavailable at the time of placing the Order.
Medicinal products subject to medical prescription or products receiving social security support may not be ordered via the Wolt Service, visit the pharmacy in person with your medical prescription. We inform you that Wolt does not give any professional advice or any suggestion for replacement or application to Users concerning pharmaceutical products and other products marketed by the Pharmacy Partner through the Wolt Service, you can turn to the staff of the given Pharmacy Partner with your questions directly.
When selecting the Partner’s products and services that the User wishes to purchase from the Partner, the User makes a binding order to purchase the products and services from the Partner on the terms and conditions presented to the User in the Wolt Service before placing the order (“theOrder”). After having received the Order, Wolt will transmit the details of the Order to the Partner. When the Order is accepted by the Partner and Wolt has provided the User with an order confirmation on behalf of the Partner, the User or the Customer Organization and the Partner enter into the Purchase Agreement. Wolt will provide the User with a receipt on behalf of the Partner. After the Order is accepted by the Partner and the order confirmation is provided to the User, if the User also ordered the delivery of the Order, in addition to entering into the Purchase Agreement with the Partner for the purchase of the Partner’s products, the User or the Customer Organization and the Courier enter into a legally binding agreement for the purchase of any delivery services ordered by User through the Wolt Service (which shall be deemed concluded when Courier accepts the order by the User for the delivery service on its own Wolt interface).
3.3. The Partner selected by the User will prepare the products set out in the Order to the User. Wolt is not responsible or liable towards the User either for the proper execution of the Purchase Agreement by the Partner, or for the proper execution of the delivery services by the Courier ordered by User. For the sake of clarity, the Partner is solely liable for any defects in the contents of the Order or other shortcomings in the performance of the Purchase Agreement.
3.4. After the Order has been placed by the User, the Order cannot be cancelled by the User. You cannot withdraw or cancel an Order for products or delivery services once you have placed it. Prior to placing an Order for a product or service you should carefully review your selection.
3.5. Notwithstanding section 3.4. you have as a consumer the statutory right to cancel an Order of Retail Products within 14 days counted from the date of receipt of such products. You can cancel such Order by contacting Wolt or the Partner within the above-mentioned cancellation period and by returning the product to the Partner’s point of sale from which You made the Order. Please present the receipt received from Wolt or the Partner when returning the product. If you contact Wolt in connection to a return of product or request reimbursement due to a defect, damage or other shortcoming in the product, Wolt may ask you to send a picture of the product in question in order to document and verify the defects. Please note that the Partner may have in place separate terms or guarantees that apply in addition to these terms. The Partner provides information of such terms separately to User on the Wolt Service.
Wolt follows the limitations of consumers’ statutory cancellation rights as set out in applicable laws. Certain goods may be excluded by law from the consumers’ right of cancellation and return, including the following:
Foodstuff and products that by their nature cannot be resold or that spoil or age rapidly
Products that due to their nature become inseparable from other products after their receipt
Games, movies, software and other sealed products cannot be cancelled once the seal or other product package of such item has been opened
Hygiene and intimate products after opening the package
Goods that are manufactured or custom-made in accordance with the User’s specifications and instructions
This means that You cannot return for example food products by referring to Your statutory cancellation rights after purchase. You cannot withdraw, cancel or modify an Order for such Retail Products once you have placed it. Please look through your selection carefully before placing the Order.
Furthermore, in accordance with the above, You may exercise your cancellation rights for products and substances that do not qualify as pharmaceutical products, dietary supplements, nutrition and cosmetics only in case their package in unopened since they qualify as such closed-package products which cannot be returned after opening them once delivered to You due to health protection and hygienic reasons. In case of ordering medical devices or therapeutic appliances You may exercise your cancellation rights only before trying them out.
Pursuant to the respective laws, pharmaceutical products may not be taken back except they were provided erroneously or recalled by the National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition (‘OGYÉI’). Accordingly, in case of the order of medicinal products not subject to medical prescription You may only exercise your cancellation rights if You ordered a medicine other than that the Pharmacy Partner mistakenly provided You with, or if OGYÉI recalled the medicine. According to the respective laws, the pharmacy, which provided the item based on the documents verifying the purchase, is obliged to take back the medicine which was provided erroneously or in insufficient quality due to reasons which are of interest to the pharmacy until the end of the opening hours of the 5th day after providing such medicine with simultaneous return of the purchase price as per the receipt.
3.6. Retail Products must be returned as soon as possible after the Order has been cancelled and no later than 14 days after the date of cancellation. The returned product must be in an unused condition and capable of being resold. The product must be protected adequately and packaged either in its original packaging or in a similar manner. You are not entitled to full refund of payment if the returned goods have reduced or changed in any way.
3.7. The returns of Retail Products subject to cancellation should be delivered to Partner’s point of sale from which you made the Order through the Wolt Service. Please contact the customer service at the point of sale to return the products. You can verify the point of sale from the receipt provided by Wolt or the Partner. You are responsible to pay the costs incurred from returning the Retail Products. The payment made by the User will be refunded by Wolt within 14 days of receiving the notice of cancellation, provided that the returned product or proof of return has been received by Partner. Wolt will refund the price of the returned product payments using the same payment method as You used and to the same bank account from which You made the Order. In case of delivery Orders, the delivery fee will not be reimbursed.
4. User Accounts
4.1. You have a limited, non-exclusive, revocable, non-transferable, and non-sublicensable right to access and use the Wolt Service and the content made available through the Wolt Service in the form offered to you by us from time to time solely for the purposes set out herein. The license granted to the User for the iOS Wolt App downloaded from Apple’s App Store is further limited to a license to use the Wolt App on any Apple-branded products that the User owns or controls and as permitted by the Usage Rules set forth in the App Store Terms of Service and these Terms of Service. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved by Wolt and Wolt’s licensors.
4.2. In order to use the Wolt Service, the User must create a user account by following the registration instructions in the Wolt Service. Account registration requires you to create a username and password and to submit to Wolt certain personal data such as your name, address, email, number and at least one valid payment method. You agree to maintain the information on the account accurate, complete and up-to-date. For more information on how Wolt processes your personal data, please see the Wolt Privacy Statement. The Wolt Service credentials are personal (unless otherwise agreed between Wolt and the Customer Organization). The User shall ensure that any user account credentials and equivalent information required to access the user account of the User or the Customer Organization are kept confidential and used in a secure manner not accessible by third parties. A User may have only one personal user account. If you wish to delete your account, please contact us by us using the contact details above.
4.3. Where it is suspected that any unauthorized person has become aware of a User’s user account credentials or has access to the user account of the User, the User shall immediately inform Wolt thereof. The User shall be responsible for any use of the Wolt Service and any activity under the user account of the User.
4.4. In order to use the Wolt Service, you must submit valid credit card or other payment method information to Wolt. Wolt does not store information of your payment instrument, as this is done by a third party payment service provider used by Wolt. You agree to pay for all purchases arising from your use of the Wolt Service except for purchases made through the Wolt at Work Feature at the Customer Organization’s cost. You must keep the credit card and other payment information that you have submitted to your user account updated.
5.1. The User, or the Customer Organization in case of Wolt at Work Account, will pay the purchase price and the delivery fee (if delivery applies) set out in the Order by using the relevant payment functionality of the Wolt Service. Wolt collects all payments from the Users or the Customer Organizations on behalf of the Partner and Courier (if delivery applies). If the Order is made by using the Wolt at Work Feature, the User confirms the payment on behalf of the Customer Organization through the Wolt at Work Feature. The User’s or Customer Organization’s payment obligation shall arise upon placing an Order through the Wolt Service.
5.2. The User may fulfil this payment obligation only by using the relevant online payment method provided in the Wolt Service. When the User, or the Customer Organization in case of Wolt at Work Account, has paid the purchase price and delivery fee (if delivery applies) to Wolt, the User or the Customer Organization has fulfilled its payment obligation towards the Partner and Courier.
5.3. The payment will be automatically charged from the User’s credit card, or charged through the Customer Organization’s Wolt at Work Feature, upon delivery of the Order or pick up of the Order by the User if he/she did not require delivery. Wolt is entitled to make an authorisation hold on behalf of the Partner and Courier (if delivery applies) on the User’s credit card or Customer Organization’s Wolt at Work Feature once the Order has been placed through the Wolt Service. Wolt uses a third party payment service provider for processing of payments.
5.4. When you add products sold by weight in your Order, Wolt will not know their exact weight until the products are weighed by the Partner. For such weight-based products, any price per product shown on Wolt Service is only an estimate given by the Partner. The final price of the weight-based product in your Order will be determined and charged based on the actual weight of the product you receive. To cover for possible price adjustments caused by weight variation, Wolt will make a temporary authorization hold on your card. The amount of the temporary authorization hold or charge will be at maximum 20% of the value of weight-based products included in your Order. In case the product in your Order weighs less than as indicated in your Order confirmation, Wolt will refund you the price difference. In case the product in your Order weighs more than as indicated in your Order confirmation, Wolt will charge you the price difference from the temporary authorization hold or charge made for weight-based products. Any part of the temporary authorization hold or charge that is not needed for covering for a price adjustment will be returned or refunded to your card.
6. Wolt credits and tokens
6.1. The Users of the Wolt Service can obtain Wolt credits or tokens e.g. by inviting new users to sign up to the Wolt Service. The User can use Wolt credits and tokens to get a discount on their purchases in the Wolt Service.
6.2. Wolt may unilaterally determine the conditions applicable to the granting, use and validity of the Wolt credits and tokens.
6.3. Any signing-up bonus credits or tokens can be used only once.
6.4. Wolt credits and tokens cannot be exchanged to cash.
6.5. The Wolt credits and tokens will be nullified if Wolt detects any abuse of Wolt credits or tokens or suspects or detects that Wolt credits or tokens have been granted on incorrect grounds. In such cases, Wolt shall invoice the amount that was paid using such Wolt credits or tokens.
7. Delivery of an Order
7.1. If the User orders the delivery of the Order through the Wolt Service, the Order will be delivered to the location confirmed by the User in the Wolt Service. The User also has to provide a street address for the confirmed location in the Wolt Service. User is solely responsible for providing correct address and instructions for the delivery of Orders on the Wolt Service. The delivery services are provided to the User or Customer Organization by the Courier.
7.2. When you use the Wolt Service, there may be a minimum value for purchase required, in which case you will be notified thereof before you make the Order on the Wolt Service. Where an Order fails to meet the minimum required value, you will have the possibility to pay the difference to meet the minimum value or to add more products to your Order.
7.3. The User must be available to receive calls at the phone number the User has submitted to the Wolt Service. If the phone number provided by the User cannot be reached, the delivery may be cancelled by and the User or Customer Organization may be charged for the full price of the Order and the full delivery fee (if delivery services have been ordered).
7.4. The User may place an order to be delivered as soon as possible (standard delivery method) or by pre-ordering a certain delivery time.
7.5. Standard delivery option: The User must be present at the confirmed location set out in the Order between the time of making the Order until the products set out in the Order have been received. If the User is not available at the location he/she has confirmed within five minutes of the arrival of the delivery of the ordered products and the User does not respond after two contact attempts by the Courier making the delivery, the delivery may be cancelled by and the User or Customer Organization may be charged for the full price of the Order and the full delivery fee (if delivery services have been ordered).
7.6. “Pre-order” delivery option: the User must be present at the confirmed location between ten minutes prior to the pre-ordered delivery time until the moment of delivery in order to receive the Order.
8. Picking up and collecting an Order at the Partner’s point of sale
8.1. If the User has not ordered delivery of the Partner’s products set out in the Order by Courier, but the collection at the Partner’s point of sale, the products can be collected at the point of sale of the Partner the User has chosen in connection with the Order. The User will receive a separate electronic confirmation when the products are ready for collection. The Partner or Wolt may set conditions for the identification of the User when picking up the products set out in the Order.
8.2. The Partner shall retain the ordered products for 60 minutes after the Partner has notified the User that the Order is ready for collection. However, this obligation is limited to the opening hours of the particular Partner’s point of sale and the Order has to be collected before the closing time of said point of sale of the Partner.
9. Eat-in Order
9.1. If the User has selected the option to consume the products set out in the Order at the point of sale of the Partner, the User will receive a separate electronic confirmation about the expected time the products will be ready to be consumed at the Partner’s point of sale.
10. Time estimates
10.1. Any delivery time or pick-up time or other time estimate communicated to the User by the Partner or Wolt in the Wolt Service are only estimated times. There is no guarantee that the Order will be delivered or available for pick-up or consumption at the estimated time. Delivery times of the products may also be affected by factors such as traffic jams, rush hours and weather conditions.
11. Intellectual Property Rights
11.1. All Intellectual Property Rights in or related to the Wolt Service and thereto related documentation and all parts and copies thereof shall remain exclusively vested with and be the sole and exclusive property of Wolt and/or its subcontractors/licensors. “Intellectual Property Rights” shall mean copyrights and related rights (including database and catalogue rights and photography rights), patents, utility models, design rights, trademarks, tradenames, trade secrets, know-how and any other form of registered or unregistered intellectual property rights.
11.2. These Terms of Service do not grant the User any Intellectual Property Rights in the Wolt Service and all rights not expressly granted hereunder are reserved by Wolt and its subcontractors/licensors.
11.3. Apple shall not be responsible for any investigation, defense, settlement or discharge of any claim that the iOS Wolt App or your use of it infringes any third party intellectual property right.
12. Additional Provisions for use of the Wolt Service
12.1. The Wolt Service is only available to persons of the age of 18 years or older.
12.2. The User shall observe all applicable rules and regulations when using the Wolt Service, including with respect to the purchase of alcohol and tobacco products, medicine and other age-restricted products. To the extent delivery of age-restricted products, such as alcoholic beverages or tobacco products, is available in the country where the User is located, the User may be refused delivery of age-restricted products in case the User is unable to provide a valid government-issued photo identification document to Wolt’s courier partner delivering the Order proving that the User is of legally required age to purchase the product(s). The User may be refused delivery of age-restricted products also in other cases stipulated by applicable rules and regulations in the country where the User is located, such as for alcoholic beverages if the User is showing signs of intoxication. In case the delivery of age-restricted product(s) is refused due to reasons described herein, Wolt has the right to charge from the User two times the value of the delivery fee (and service fee if applicable) that the User paid for the Order in question as compensation for having to return the age-restricted product(s) to the Partner.
12.3. Wolt is constantly developing the Wolt Service and Wolt may change or remove different parts of the Wolt Service, including features, the products and Partners available in the Wolt Service in part or in whole.
12.4 Wolt may, in its sole discretion, permit you from time to time to submit, publish or otherwise make available to Wolt through the Wolt Service content and information, such as feedback and support requests related to the Wolt Service, or submissions for competitions and promotions (“User Content”). Any User Content provided by you remains your property. However, by providing User Content to Wolt, you grant Wolt a worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, transferable, royalty-free license, with the right to sublicense, to use, copy, modify, create derivative works of, distribute, publicly display, and otherwise exploit in any manner such User Content in all formats and current or future channels, without further notice to or consent from you, and without the requirement of payment to you or any other person or entity. You represent and warrant that you are authorized to grant Wolt the abovementioned rights and that such User Content or the use thereof is not offensive, defamatory, obscene or harmful in any way and will not infringe, misappropriate or violate a third party’s intellectual property or proprietary rights, rights of publicity or privacy, or result in the violation of any applicable law or regulation.
12.5. By using the Wolt Service, the User may encounter content or information that might be inaccurate, incomplete, delayed, misleading, illegal, offensive or otherwise harmful. Wolt generally does not review content provided by the Partners. Wolt is not responsible for third parties' (including the Partners') content or information or for any damages arising as a result of the use of or reliance on it.
12.6. You or the Customer Organization shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining any devices or equipment (such as telephones) and connections needed for access to and use of the Wolt Service and all charges related thereto.
12.7. The User will not: (i) use or attempt to use another person’s personal Wolt account and/or access another person’s personal payment data through the Wolt Service or use another person’s personal payment cards when using the Wolt Service, without consent of that other person; (ii) copy, modify or create derivative works of the Wolt Service or any related technology; (iii) reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, decipher or otherwise attempt to derive the source code for the Wolt Service or any related technology, or any part thereof; (iv) remove any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notices contained in or on the Wolt Service; (v) remove, cover or obscure any advertisement included on the Wolt Service; (vi) collect, use, copy, or transfer any information obtained from the Wolt Service without the consent of Wolt; (vii) use bots or other automated methods to use the Wolt Service; (viii) create a Wolt account using a fake identity or an identity of another person; or (ix) access the Wolt Service except through the interfaces expressly provided by Wolt, such as the Wolt App and Wolt Website.
12.8. You are not permitted to use the Wolt Service or any content thereof for other than non-commercial purposes. Use of any kind of systematic retrieval, such as use of any robot, spider, web crawler, extraction software, automated process and/or device to scrape, copy and/or monitor any portion of the Wolt Service is strictly forbidden.
12.9. Wolt is, at its sole discretion, entitled to remove or suspend a User from the Wolt Service with immediate effect and/or refuse or cancel any Orders from a User if: (i) the User abuses the Wolt Service or causes any harm or detriment to the use of the Wolt Service or the Partners or Wolt or Wolt’s employees, (ii) Wolt has reasonable belief of fraudulent acts by the User when using the Wolt Service, (iii) the User places a false Order (for example by not paying or by not being present on the delivery or collection location in order to receive the Order) or otherwise fails to comply with his obligations arising from these Terms of Service; (iv) there is reasonable doubt about the correctness or authenticity of the Order; or (v) the User engages in threatening, harassing, racist, sexist or any other behavior that Wolt deems inappropriate towards Partners or Wolt's employees or courier partners. If Wolt cancels an Order that has already been paid for, Wolt shall transfer that amount into the same user account or Wolt at Work Account as the one from which the payment was made by the User.
12.10. The controller of the personal data collected about Users is Wolt Enterprises Oy, unless otherwise indicated. Wolt Enterprises Oy shall process any personal data collected from the User in accordance with Wolt Privacy Statement.
12.11. The User must comply with applicable third party terms of agreement when using the Wolt App or the Wolt Service.
12.12. The User represents and warrants that (i) he/she is not located in a country that is subject to a U.S. Government embargo, or that has been designated by the U.S. Government as a “terrorist supporting” country; and (ii) he/she is not listed on any U.S. Government list of prohibited or restricted parties.
13. Term and termination
13.1. These Terms of Service are in force as a binding agreement between Wolt and the User until further notice as long as the User is using the Wolt Service.
13.2. The User can discontinue the use of the Wolt Service at any time. Wolt can discontinue providing the Wolt Service permanently or temporarily at any time.
14.1. Please note that the Wolt Service may at any time be interrupted or permanently discontinued. The Wolt Service may also be temporarily suspended. Do not use the Wolt Service for backing up any data. While Wolt makes reasonable efforts to provide the Wolt Service without errors and in a timely manner, Wolt disclaims all representations and warranties which are not expressly set out in these terms. Wolt makes no representation or warranty regarding the reliability, timeliness, quality or suitability of the Wolt Service or any goods or services provided through the platform, or that the Wolt Service will be uninterrupted or error-free.
14.2. The Partner is committed to prepare the Order in accordance with the features ordered by the User and within the time shown on the Wolt Service. If there are any defects in the (delivery of the) Order, the User may contact either the customer service of Wolt, acting on behalf of Partner and/or the Courier, through the in-app customer support chat or at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Partner directly (regarding defects in the Order).
14.3. The Partner is solely liable for any defects in the contents and preparation of the Order or other shortcomings in the performance of the Purchase Agreement.
14.4. The User who has discovered shortcomings in the performance of the Purchase Agreement must submit any complaints to Wolt or the Partner without delay, with clear descriptions of said shortcomings. For Retail Products, notices of defects should be placed within a reasonable time from detecting the defect, however no later than within two months after being detected. Please note that in case of defects in foodstuffs or other products that by their nature spoil or age rapidly, it is crucial that You notify the defect as soon as possible to enable proper investigation and verification of the defect. In case of a defect in the Retail Products, You will be reimbursed in accordance with applicable laws
14.5 Wolt excludes all liability for loss or damage which you or any third party may incur in connection with the Wolt Service, unless caused by Wolt’s intent or gross negligence, or any other liability which cannot be excluded or limited under applicable law.
14.6. Apple has no obligation whatsoever to furnish any maintenance and support services with respect to the Wolt App. To the extent that any maintenance or support is required by applicable law, we, not Apple, shall be obligated to furnish any such maintenance or support. To the extent any warranty exists under law that cannot be disclaimed, we, not Apple, shall be solely responsible for such warranty. We, not Apple, are responsible for addressing any claims of the User or any third party relating to the iOS Wolt App or the User’s possession and/or use of the iOS Wolt App, including, but not limited to: (i) product liability claims; (ii) any claim that the iOS Wolt App fails to conform to any applicable legal or regulatory requirement; and (iii) claims arising under consumer protection, privacy, or similar legislation, including in connection with the iOS Wolt App’s use of the HealthKit and HomeKit frameworks.
15. Applicable Law and Dispute Resolution
15.1. These Terms of Service shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Hungary.
15.2. If you are a consumer, please note that you cannot be deprived of the rights granted to you by the mandatory consumer protection laws of your country of domicile.
15.3. Disputes arising from these Terms of Service shall be resolved by the competent court in Budapest. A consumer may, however, always institute proceedings in the competent court of its domicile, while proceedings may be brought against the consumer only in the court of its domicile (except for counter-claims). If you are a User domiciled in the EU, you and Wolt may also use the ODR platform managed by the European Commission to settle disputes. This platform can be found on ec.europa.eu/odr.
You may always refer a dispute to the consumer dispute resolution body or other non-judicial institutions (in Hungary the competent Hungarian government office which also acts as authority for consumer protection. The disputes resolution body competent based on Wolt’s seat is the Finnish Consumer Disputes Board, kkv.fi/kuluttajaneuvonta, postal address: P. O. Box 5, FI-00531 Helsinki, Finland.
16.1. These User Terms of Service are subject to amendments.
16.2. You can find the current version of the User Terms of Service on the Wolt Website. We will not make changes to the User Terms of Service or reduce the rights of the Users under the User Terms of Service without providing a notice thereof. If the User does not agree to any amended Wolt Terms of Service, he/she shall discontinue the use of the Wolt Service. Using the Wolt Service after such notice of the changes to the User Terms of Service was provided shall be considered as express acceptance thereof by You.
17.1. Wolt shall be entitled to assign or transfer all or any of its rights or obligations hereunder in whole or part to an affiliate or successor or to a purchaser or acquirer of its business assets relating to Wolt Service without the User’s prior consent.
17.2. The User shall not be entitled to assign any of its rights or obligations hereunder in whole or part.
Special rules applicable to McDonald’s Orders (as of 01/06/2021, Wolt Magyarország Kft. shall be regarded as Service provider instead of Wolt Enterprises Oy)
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS - McDONALD’s RESTAURANTS
McDonald’s restaurants are operated by Progress Étteremhálózat Kft. (seat: 1095 Budapest, Soroksári út 30-34.) or a Developmental Licensee Partner of McDonald’s or by a Franchise partner contracted by Progress Étteremhálózat Kft.
In cases detailed in Section 5.2 of this GTC the operator and data controller of the McDonald’s restaurants engaged in home delivery are as follows:
Restaurants operated by Progress Étteremhálózat Kft (1095 Budapest, Soroksári út 30-34:
Restaurant’s name: Restaurant’s address:
McDonald's® | Nyugati tér 1062, Budapest, Teréz krt 55
McDonald's® | Budafoki út 1117, Budapest, Budafoki út 113.
McDonald's® | Budaörs 2040, Budapest, Garibaldi út 2.
McDonald's® | Budaörs II 2040, Budapest, Kinizsi út 1-3.
McDonald's® | Budaörsi út 1112, Budapest, Budaörsi út 112.
McDonald's® | Campona Drive 1223, Budapest, Nagytétényi út 37-45.
McDonald's® | Duna Pláza 1138, Budapest, Váci út 178-192.
McDonald's® | Egressy tér 1149, Budapest, Egressy tér
McDonald's® | Gyáli út 1097, Budapest, Gyáli út 46-48.
McDonald's® | Gyömrői út 1103, Budapest, Gyömrői út 99.
McDonald's® | Győr Baross utca 9023, Győr, Baross u. 23.
McDonald's® | Győr Pápai út 9024, Győr, Pápai út 2856/3. Hrsz.
McDonald's® | Győr Vasvári Pál 9023, Győr, Vasvári Pál u. 1.
McDonald's® | Hungária Krt. 1146, Budapest, Hungária krt. 175.
McDonald's® | József körút 1088, Budapest, József krt. 52-56.
McDonald's® | Kerepesi út 1106, Budapest, Kerepesi út 73.
McDonald's® | Lurdy ház 1097, Budapest, Könyves K. krt 12-14.
McDonald's® | Miskolc Búza tér 3526, Miskolc, Búza tér 1.
McDonald's® | Miskolc II. 3529, Miskolc, Soltész N. Kálmán u. 152.
McDonald's® | MOM Park 1123, Budapest, Alkotás utca 53.
McDonald's® | Margit Híd 1137, Budapest, Szent István krt 2.
McDonald's® | Méta 1239, Budapest, Nagykőrösi út 347.
McDonald's® | Móricz Zsigmond 1114, Budapest, Móricz Zsigmond kt. 3.
McDonald's® | Oktogon 1067, Budapest, Teréz körút 19.
McDonald's® | Pécs 7632, Pécs, Zsolnay V. u. 4-6.
McDonald’s® | Pécs Pláza 7632, Pécs, Megyeri út 76.
McDonald's® | Pécs Árkád 7622, Pécs, Bajcsy Zsilinszky u. 11.
McDonald's® | Régiposta utca 1052, Budapest, Régiposta utca 10.
McDonald's® | Szeged Kárász utca 6720, Szeged, Kárász utca 11.
McDonald's® | Szeged Rókusi Krt. 6724, Szeged, Rókusi krt. 27.
McDonald's® | Széll Kálmán 1024, Budapest, Margit körút 103.
McDonald's® | Szentmihályi út 1153, Budapest, Szentmihályi út 131.
McDonald's® | Tatabánya Vértes Center 2800, Tatabánya, Győri út 7-9.
McDonald's® | Vecsés 2220, Vecsés, Fő út 250.
McDonald's® | Vértesszőlős 2837, Tatabánya, Határ út 1-3.
McDonald's® | Vörösvári út 1035, Budapest, Vörösvári út 52-54.
McDonald's® | Árkád 1148, Budapest, Örs vezér tere 25.
McDonald's® | Üllői út 1098, Budapest, Üllői út 133-137.
Further McDonald's® restaurants and their operators:
Restaurant’s name: Restaurant’s address: Operator’s name: Operator’s address:
McDonald's® I Érd 2030, Érd, Budai út 13. BA-LI Gyorsétterem Kft. 1153, Budapest, Szentmihályi út 131.
McDonald's® | Astoria 1053, Budapest, Múzeum körút 1/B. Shark 95 Kft. 1053, Budapest, Múzeum körút 1/B.
McDonald's® | Bethlen G. utca 1077, Budapest, Baross tér 13. Tarján Food Kft. 1132, Budapest, Nyugati tér 4. 2. em. 23.
McDonald's® | Blaha Lujza tér 1085, Budapest, József krt 8. Tresser Restaurants Kft. 1095, Budapest, Boráros tér 7. fsz. 9.
McDonald's® | Boráros tér 1095, Budapest, Boráros tér 7. földszint ü/9. Tresser Restaurants Kft. 1095, Budapest, Boráros tér 7. fsz. 9.
McDonald's® | Békéscsaba 5600, Békéscsaba, Jókai u. 22 Peki Restaurant Kft 6000, Kecskemét, Izsáki út 3.
McDonald's® | Csepel 1211, Budapest, Kossuth L. U. 99/A. Mersits és Társa Bt. 1211, Budapest, Kossuth L. U. 99/A.
McDonald's® | Debrecen Füredi út 4027, Debrecen, Füredi út 59. Cserháti Family Kft. 4025, Debrecen, Piac u. 53.
McDonald's® | Debrecen Kishegyesi út 4031, Debrecen, Kishegyesi út 2. Cserháti Family Kft. 4025, Debrecen, Piac u. 53.
McDonald's® | Debrecen Piac utca 4025, Debrecen, Piac u. 53. Cserháti Family Kft. 4025, Debrecen, Piac u. 53.
McDonald's® | Debrecen Pláza 4026, Debrecen, Péterfia u. 18. Cserháti Family Kft. 4025, Debrecen, Piac u. 53.
McDonald's® | Dunakeszi 2120, Dunakeszi, Nádas utca 6. Tarján Food Kft. 1132, Budapest, Nyugati tér 4., 2. em. 23
McDonald's® | Dunaújváros 2400, Dunaújváros, Baracs út 2-4. LIC - 2000 Kft. 2484, Agárd, Kinizsi út 1/a.
McDonald's® | Eger 3300, Eger, Széchenyi u. 8. Götz-G KFT 3300, Eger, Széchenyi u. 8.
McDonald's® | Kaposvár 7400, Kaposvár, Berzsenyi D. u. 11. Színarany Kft. 7400, Kaposvár, Berzsenyi D. u. 11.
McDonald's® | Kaposvár Árpád 7400, Kaposvár, Árpád út 20. Színarany Kft. 7400, Kaposvár, Berzsenyi D. u. 11.
McDonald's® | Kecskemét 6000, Kecskemét, Izsáki út 3. PEKI Restaurant KFT. 6000, Kecskemét, Izsáki út 3.
McDonald's® | Kőbánya 1101, Budapest, Könyves Kálmán krt. 25. Full-Pack Kft. 1213, Budapest, Szentmiklósi út 73.
McDonald's® | Malom 6000, Kecskemét, Korona u. 2. (331. üzleth.) PEKI Restaurant KFT. 6000, Kecskemét, Izsáki út 3.
McDonald's® | Nyíregyháza 4400, Nyíregyháza, Zrínyi u. 4-6. KisSzabó Kft 4400, Nyíregyháza, Zrínyi Ilona u. 4-6.
McDonald's® | Nyíregyháza II. 4400, Nyíregyháza, László u. 59. KisSzabó Kft 4400, Nyíregyháza, Zrínyi Ilona u. 4-6.
McDonald's® | Pesti út 1173, Budapest, Pesti út 15-18. Bordás Restaurants Kft. 1162, Budapest, Ránki utca 10/B.
McDonald's® | Pólus Center 1153, Budapest, Szentmihályi út 131. BA-LI Gyorsétterem Kft. 1153, Budapest, Szentmihályi út 131.
McDonald's® | Pünkösdfürdő 1039, Buadpest, Ipartelep u. 1/a. Tarján Food Kft. 1132, Budapest, Nyugati tér 4., 2. em. 23
McDonald's® | Sopron 9400, Sopron, Lackner K. u. 60. CLEAR '97 Gyorsétterem Kft 9700, Szombathely, Semmelweis I. u. 2. I/12.
McDonald's® | Szolnok 5000, Szolnok, Thököly út 51. PEKI Restaurant KFT. 6000, Kecskemét, Izsáki út 3.
McDonald's® | Szombathely 9700, Szombathely, Fő tér 29. CLEAR '97 Gyorsétterem Kft 9700, Szombathely, Semmelweis I. u. 2. I/12.
McDonald's® | Széchenyi utca 1203, Budapest, Széchenyi u. 4. Shark 95 Kft. 1053, Budapest, Múzeum körút 1/B.
McDonald's® | Székesfehérvár 8000, Székesfehérvár, Piac tér 1. Simon Kft. 1121, Budapest, Hangya u 21. I/2.
McDonald's® | Székesfehérvár II 8000, Székesfehérvár, Lövölde u 1/a. Simon Kft. 1121, Budapest, Hangya u 21. I/2.
McDonald's® | Székesfehérvár III 8000, Székesfehérvár, Szent Flórián krt 3. Simon Kft. 1121, Budapest, Hangya u 21. I/2.
McDonald's® | Veszprém 8200, Veszprém, Brusznyai Árpád u. 15. LIC - 2000 Kft. 2484, Agárd, Kinizsi út 1/a.
McDonald's® | Váci út IV. kerület 1044, Budapest, Váci út 94-96. Euro-Drive Kft. 1044, Budapest, Váci út 94-96.
McDonald's® | Váci út XIII. kerület 1139, Budapest, Váci út 95. Euro-Drive Kft. 1044, Budapest, Váci út 94-96.
1. Legal nature of the McDonald’s GTC
1.1 The general terms and conditions in this chapter applicable to the McDonald’s restaurants (hereinafter: „McDonald’s GTC”) are applicable to all electronic commercial services provided by Wolt Enterprises Oy (seat: Arkadiankatu 6, 00100 Helsinki, Finland, company registry number: 2646674-9, hereinafter: „Service provider”) through the website wolt.com (hereinafter: “Website”) or through the Service provider’s Application (hereinafter the Website and the Service provider’s Application jointly: “Service Platforms”) through which McDonald’s products are ordered by natural or legal person users (hereinafter: “User”), furthermore to the home delivery services provided by Service provider regarding McDonald’s products, irrespective of whether the given McDonald’s restaurant is operated by Progress Étteremhálózat Kft. (seat: 1095 Budapest, Soroksári út 30-34., company registry number: 01-09-078924, hereinafter: “Progress”) or by any of its franchise partners.
1.2. If there is any discrepancy between this McDonald’s GTC and the general terms and conditions of the Service provider, then the stipulations of this McDonald’s GTC are applicable and decisive for the ordering of foodstuff and drinks from the restaurants and their home delivery. Matters not regulated in this McDonald’s GTC shall be governed by the general terms and conditions of the Service provider.
2. Orders and home delivery
2.1 User can order McDonald’s products with home delivery by the Service provider through the Service Platforms. Regarding the User’s order given through the Service Platforms, the contract for the sale and purchase of foodstuff and drinks is concluded between User and Progress or the Franchise partner operating the restaurant; furthermore the service contract for the home delivery of foodstuff and drinks are concluded between User and the courier partner of the Service provider delivering to the given order.
2.2 All User payments in connection with the orders of McDonald’s products are collected by Service provider on behalf of and for the benefit of Progress or the Franchise partners. For the sake of clarity, it is noted that this section does not pertain to the fee for the delivery of the order as it is regulated in section 2.3.
2.3 Service provider is entitled to determine a delivery fee for the Users that is paid by the Users through the Service provider to the courier partners of the Service provider.
2.4 Users accept that Service provider is not entitled to accept orders from McDonald’s restaurants that were prepared for takeaway, i.e. not entitled to enable purchase from McDonald’s restaurants in such way that the User orders the product through the Service Platforms but picks them up himself/herself or by a third person at the McDonald’s restaurant.
2.5. The Users accepted that Progress is entitled to set a minimum order value that is currently a gross amount of HUF 2,000 / order. Users accept that Progress is entitled to set a maximum order quantity (by item number or by gross amount), especially with a view to the capacity of the delivery vehicles of Service provider and the number of couriers available for the delivery of a single order. Users will be informed about the maximum order quantity during the order process before finalizing the order.
2.6 Home delivery from McDonald’s restaurants is available Monday through Sunday from 10.30 am until 10 pm. Progress can modify this at any time based on an agreement with Service provider.
2.7 Users can only pay for the orders in the following way: bank card. Cash payment is not accepted.
2.8 Progress and the Franchise partners are entitled in justified cases to suspend receiving orders as an exceptional measure. Users accept that Progress and its Franchise partners are entitled to suspend receiving orders for certain products, especially due to the temporary shortage of the product.
2.9. Service provider publishes on the Service Platforms the foreseeable delivery time and makes the foreseeable delivery time from the chosen restaurant accessible for Users prior to making the order. User can pursue claims originating from the delay of deliveries only against Service provider. Users acknowledge that Service provider is responsible only for the home delivery but assumes no responsibility regarding the products, their ingredients, quality or quantity.
2.10. Users accept that Service provider provides its services as an independent legal entity with the engagement of subcontractors and contributors. Users accept that Progress and its Franchise partners bear no responsibility for the services and operation of Service provider, including the activities of the courier partners performing the home delivery.
2.11 Users acknowledge that the promotion coupons of Progress or of its Franchise partners cannot be used for the orders of McDonald’s products.
2.12 By making the order User represents to accept this McDonald’s GTC and considers it binding.
2.13 Users are not entitled to withdraw from the order once the order has been processed. An order is processed when the restaurant receives the order. Thus, if the order is received by a McDonald’s restaurant, then User cannot withdraw from the order.
2.14 Only Service provider is liable towards Users in all such cases when the information available on the Service Platforms contradict the information concerning the McDonald’s restaurants and products provided by Progress or the Franchise partners to Service provider.
2.15 Service provider is solely responsible for the proper and safe operation of the Service Provider’s Platforms (including: free of malware) towards the Users and Users accept that they cannot pursue any claims in this regard against Progress or the Franchise partners.
2.16 Users acknowledge that the McDonald’s restaurant chain might offer different products or a narrower range of products on the Service Platforms than in the brick and mortar restaurants. Consequently, Users accept that the McDonald’s products and offers available on the Service Platform might be different from the McDonald’s products and offers available in the restaurants.
2.17 Users accept that Progress and the Franchise partners assigned and authorized Service provider to issue invoices on their respective behalf that otherwise they should take care of, including the performance of the data supply obligations concerning the invoices that would otherwise oblige the party subject to the invoicing obligation, therefore invoices to the Users will be issued by the Service provider.
3. McDonald’s product information
3.1 Users accept that that the range of McDonald’s products available for ordering and all the related information (especially but not exclusively: obligatory product information required by the laws and other product information, including ingredients, allergen information, product images and other information) are available on the website www.mcdonalds.hu that is also linked from the Service Platforms. Service provider is not responsible for the legal compliance and full scope nature of this information.
3.2 Users accept that before ordering McDonald’s products from the Service Platforms they are obliged to gather information regarding the McDonald’s products, especially obliged to gather information on the ingredients, allergens and other product information of the selected McDonald’s products. Progress and its Franchise partners undertake responsibility only for that the McDonald’s products are in line with the product information published on the website www.mcdonalds.hu. Users acknowledge that the Service provider is not responsible for the matters regulated in this section. Users are solely liable for picking the products that fulfil the requirements of the Users, including e.g. a product that is gluten-free.
4. Complaint handling
4.1 Parties state that this section 4 applies to complaints, feedback, questions received from any User or from any potential User that concern McDonald’s products and/or the delivery service or is in connection therewith (hereinafter: Complaint).
4.2 Service provider operates a customer service that is accessible through the following contacts for the Users: email, postal mail and chat as follows:
Mailing address: 1086 Budapest, Salétrom utca 4, földszint
Service provider makes customer service available also through a chat available on Service Platforms.
Nevertheless, if the Users decide so, they are also free to communicate their Complaints through the following contact details of Progress: the email address email@example.com or in mail sent to Progress Étteremhálózat Kft., Budapest 1476, Pf. 53. Users acknowledge that Complaints sent to the firstname.lastname@example.org email address or any other Progress contact line, forum or email address which concern delivery, can be forwarded by Progress to the customer service of Service provider.
4.3 Users acknowledge that Service provider is obliged to forward any Complaints or any enquiries without undue delay to the email address email@example.com but within 24 hours from the receipt of the Complaint or enquiry at the latest if the Complaint concerns McDonald’s and/or its products or if the Complaint raises issues that belong to the competence of the restaurants (irrespective of the available evidences), except for Complaints concerning the order and/or delivery of McDonald’s products (see section 4.4) and Complaints not concerning quality defects (see section 4.5).
In cases detailed in this section Service provider sends a reply regarding the Complaint to User as soon as possible but the Complaints are reviewed, remedied and replies to Users are sent usually by Progress and /or the Franchise partner about which Service provider is informed, if necessary. However, in the cases detailed in this section, the Complaints might be also replied and/or remedied by Service provider.
4.4 If a Complaint concerns the ordering of products and/or delivery services (excluding section 4.3 when Progress or the Franchise partner is obliged to reply to the Complaints), then complaint handling is exclusively arranged by Service provider and Users should send their Complaints only to Service provider (also keeping the option available as detailed in the last paragraph of section 4.2) and the Complaint will be handled by the Service provider.
4.5 If Service provider receives a Complaint that does not concern the quality of the products (especially including products missing from the package, swapping of orders, ingredients missing from a product), then Progress or its Franchise partners are entitled to take over the handling of the Complaint or to reject the Complaint, or in lack thereof Service provider is entitled to handle the Complaints of the Users.
4.6 Users accept that Service provider, Progress and its Franchise partners are entitled and obliged to reply to and remedy the Complaints in their respective competence as soon as possible but in any case within the statutory deadlines.
5. Data protection
5.1 Users accept that Service provider, Progress and its Franchise partners are independent data controllers regarding their own processing activities performed in their own sphere of interest as follows:
5.2. User personal data are processed by Progress or its Franchise partners as follows for the conclusion and fulfilment of the contract between Service provider and Progress/Franchise partner, the contract between User and Service provider, furthermore the contract between User and Progress/Franchise partners:
5.2.1. Order and delivery
After the order was placed, Service provider forwards the first letter of the surname, the given name and the phone number of the User to Progress or to its Franchise partner pursuant to Item b) of Article 6(1) GDPR beyond the information on the order (order number, date, time, name and price of ordered products).
The data transfer is necessary for the identification of the order, for the communication with the courier and the delivery of the products.
Progress and its Franchise partner does not store the so received personal data once the products were handed over to the courier.
5.2.2 Fulfilment of accountancy obligations
For invoicing purposes, also with a view to section 2.17, Service provider transmits the information in the invoices or in similar documents to Progress or to the Franchise partners so that they can perform their obligations under the Act on Accountancy and Act on VAT.
The recipient of the information processes the information for 8 years in its own system in line with § 169(2) of Act no. C of 2000 on accountancy for the purposes of the documentation of the purchase and of the payment and to perform accountancy obligations in line with Items b) and c) of Article 6(1) GDPR.
Name Seat Processing activities
Pannon Support Rendszerház Kft. 1119 Budapest, Petzvál József u. 50. System operation for the restaurants
BBOX Solutions Kft. 2040 Budaörs, Gyár utca 2. Maintenance of the accountancy systems of the restaurants
5.2.3. Complaint handling
If a Complaint belonging to the competence of the Service provider (section 4.4) is learned by Progress or by a Franchise partner or if a Complaint belongs to the competence of Progress or of the Franchise partner (section 4.3) but might also concern Service provider, then the personal data of the User in connection with the review of the complaint are forwarded by Progress or by the Franchise partners to Service provider in line with Item b) Article 6(1) GDPR for the purposes of the handling of the Complaint and/or for replying the Complaint.
The data controller receiving the personal data processes the received data and the data generated during the inspection of the complaint for 5 years for the purposes of handling complaints and quality objections in line with items b) and c) of Article 6(1) GDPR also with a view to § 17/A(7) of Act no. CLV of 1997 on consumer protection.
5.2.5. Rights and remedies
Data subjects are entitled to receive information concerning the processing of the personal data pertaining to them and can ask for the rectification of their personal data.
Data subjects can ask for the erasure of the processed personal data, the restriction of the processing and can make use if their right for data portability and can object against the processing by notifying the data controller.
Data subjects are entitled to receive feedback from the controller whether their personal data are being processed and if the answer is positive, then data subjects are entitled to gain access to the personal data and to information on the processing.
If any of the cases enlisted in GDPR occurs, then the data subject is entitled to request the deletion of the personal data pertaining to the data subject without undue delay from the controller or to restrict their processing.
Data subjects can object against the processing of their personal data or the profiling based on such personal data. The data subject should have the right not to be subject to a decision, which may include a measure, evaluating personal aspects relating to him or her which is based solely on automated processing and which produces legal effects concerning him or her or similarly significantly affects him or her.
The controller informs the data subject on the measures taken as a result of the enquiry of the data subject within one month from the receipt of the enquiry.
Data subjects can send their remarks to the controller or choose the judicial route and file a lawsuit with the court having geographical jurisdiction based on the residence of the data subject or the seat of the data controller or may file a complaint with the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority (1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 9-11, mailing address: 1363 Budapest, Pf. 9.)
6. Closing provisions
6.1 Progress and its Franchise partners refrain from subjecting themselves to any code of conduct.
6.2 Progress and its Franchise partners are entitled at any time to amend the conditions of this McDonald’s GTC in agreement with the Service provider. Any amendments shall enter into force once published on the Service Platforms.