Terms of purchase

General terms and conditions
Privacy Policy
General terms and conditions

These detailed General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter referred to as GTC) apply to the mutually contracting parties (hereinafter referred to as the Parties). On one hand, to Beastee Ltd. as the seller (hereinafter referred to as the Seller), and on the other hand, to the Buyer, who purchases goods or services from Beastee Ltd., provided that the Buyer qualifies as a consumer within the meaning of Section 685(d) of Act IV of 1959 (Civil Code, hereinafter referred to as the CC).

Seller's Details:

Company Name: Beastee Ltd.

Registered Office: Cziráki street  26-32, 1163 Budapest,. Hungary

Phone: +36 70 676 2673, +36 70 631 1717

Email: hello [at] pogocollective.com

Company Registration Number: 01-09-928198

International Tax Number: HU14849705

The language of the contract and these GTC is English. These GTC are valid from 05th March 2024 concerning the economic relationship between the Seller and the Buyer (for ordering and purchasing on the Website), they are not applicable to previously concluded contracts and remain in force until revoked. Any terms differing from these can only be agreed upon in writing with the mutual consent of the Buyer and the Seller. By purchasing and ordering on the Website, the Buyer unconditionally accepts the terms read here. The Buyer acknowledges that, as a consequence of the completed order, a sales or delivery contract is concluded between them and the Seller.

Our website, pogocollective.com, uses cookies to enhance user experience and for easier page management. Upon entering the site, a pop-up message informs users of this.

Using the Web Store, Cart Usage, Placing Orders

Using the Web Store

The Pogo Collective web store displays available products using a catalog system. The catalog system logically divides products into multiple levels to facilitate navigation. The catalog displays product lists, and clicking on the name or image of a product leads to its detailed data sheet (product page) with essential features. The current purchase price, or the gross price to be paid by consumers, including VAT, is indicated on the information page next to the product.


Cart Usage

The system assists purchases with a virtual shopping cart. Registration is not required to use the cart. On the product page, after selecting the size and specifying the quantity, the product can be added to the cart using the "Add to Cart" button. Only products in stock can be added to the cart. The contents of the cart can be viewed at all times in the header of the page.


Removing Items from the Cart

In the header, under the cart summary, opening the "Order" link reveals the detailed contents of the cart. On the right side of each product line, items can be removed one by one using the red "X". For example, if five identical items were previously added to the cart, the red "X" button must be clicked five times to remove them.


Placing Orders

Two methods are available for placing orders: directly after adding items to the cart on the product page, by opening the "Order" link in the pop-up window, or by clicking the "Order" link in the cart summary in the website header. Logging in is required to place an order on the Order page.


Logging in with Existing Pogo Collective User ID

Users can log in to our web store using the account details provided during previous registration. By entering the email address and password in the blue bar, users can choose the "Log In" button.


Creating a New Registration

If there is no valid Pogo Collective registration, users can access the registration form by clicking the "Register Now with Pogo Collective" link. After completing the form, the Order page will open in a logged-in state.


Shipping Address, Billing Address

Packages are addressed to the shipping address provided during user account creation. This information can be modified at any time by clicking on the shipping address data on the Order page or by clicking on the "Edit" link in the upper right corner. Invoices are issued based on the shipping address information by default. If different billing information is required, the Billing Information fields must be completed.


Note Field

Use the Note field for order-related comments (e.g., "Please deliver the package in the afternoon"). Delivery-related comments are forwarded to GLS Courier Service for information. They will endeavor to accommodate the customer's preferences during delivery to the best of their ability, but this does not guarantee a specific delivery time.

Payment, Shipping, Shipping Fee

Customers can choose from the following payment methods:

Credit Card Payment - Payment through the Barion online credit card acceptance platform.

The ownership of the goods remains with the Seller until the full purchase price is paid. If the Customer fails to settle the purchase price by the payment deadline, the Seller is entitled to withdraw from the contract.

Shipping within the European Union is carried out by GLS Hungary Ltd. The Seller sends the package number to the Customer's registered email address on the working day of dispatch at 17:00. Based on this, the Customer can track the whereabouts of the shipment on the GLS Courier website (http://connect.gls-hungary.com/). The Customer must ensure that the shipping address provided is guaranteed for receipt of the shipment during working hours (weekdays between 8:00 and 17:00).

The delivery from the package is dispatched: EU 1 region: 3-4 working days.

The Customer or any other person specified at the shipping address is entitled to receive the delivery. Regarding the expected day and time of delivery, the Customer can coordinate with the Carrier's customer service at the latter's phone number (+36) 1 802-0265. Responsibility for the integrity of the shipment transfers to the Customer from the delivery of the shipment onwards; therefore, it is the Customer's duty to inspect the shipment upon delivery and, if any external damage is found, to:

  1. a) refuse to accept the delivery,
  2. b) draw up a report on the damage with the delivery courier and keep a copy. The Customer is obliged to report any damage to the Seller immediately in writing or by phone.
Shipping Fee

The shipping fee may vary by region, for more information please visit the following link: https://www.pogocollective.com/shop_contact.php?tab=shipping

Right of Withdrawal

In accordance with Government Decree 17/1999 (XI. 25.) regarding distance contracts in Hungary, the Consumer is entitled to the right of withdrawal for sales made to consumers within the framework of distance selling as follows: The Consumer may withdraw from the contract without justification within 15 days from the receipt of the goods. In case of withdrawal in writing, it shall be considered valid if the Consumer sends their statement before the deadline expires. The Consumer is obliged to return the product to the Seller promptly and in its entirety, and the cost of return shall be borne by the Consumer. The Consumer undertakes to return the product to the Seller no later than the next working day following the declaration of withdrawal, or to take all necessary steps to return the product, such as sending the product by mail. In case of delay attributable to the Consumer, the general rules of liability for damages under the Civil Code (Ptk.) shall apply. The Seller is obliged to reimburse the amount paid by the Consumer within 30 days from the withdrawal via bank transfer. The Seller is entitled to withhold an appropriate amount from the refundable amount as compensation for damages arising from the improper use of the product and the decrease in value due to improper handling.

Warranty, Warranty Period, Guarantee

The warranty period is 6 months as prescribed by law. If the manufacturer offers warranty conditions more favorable than those provided for in this decree for consumer goods, the rights granted to the distributor under the warranty transfer to the consumer at the time of performance of the consumer contract. The warranty rights can be enforced by the owner of the product, provided that they qualify as a consumer. (Consumer: a person who enters into a contract for purposes outside the scope of their economic or professional activity - Civil Code § 685 (d) point). The warranty period begins on the day the product is handed over to the consumer.


Warranty claims can be enforced by presenting the warranty certificate or a copy of the invoice issued by Beastee Ltd. If there is no separate warranty certificate for the product, the invoice serves as the warranty certificate. In case of a warranty claim, the cost of returning the product to the Seller shall be borne by the Buyer.


In case of a warranty claim, the product must be delivered in person to the following address or sent by mail or courier service:


Beastee Ltd..

Cziráki street 26-32.

1163 Budapest,



Warranty claims cannot be enforced in the following cases:

  1. a) Non-compliance with intended use
  2. b) Improper care, lack of proper cleaning
  3. c) Improper cleaning
  4. d) Failure to immediately report discovered defects (hidden material or manufacturing defects)
  5. e) Damage or violent external impact, vandalism
  6. f) Unauthorized repairs
Other Means of Legal Enforcement

If a consumer dispute between the Service Provider and the Buyer remains unresolved after negotiations with the Service Provider, the Buyer, who is considered a consumer, may turn to the conciliation body competent according to their place of residence or habitual residence and initiate proceedings with the Body. Additionally, the Buyer may also turn to the Conciliation Body competent according to the registered office of the Service Provider. Furthermore, the following legal enforcement options are available to the Buyer:


Filing a complaint with the consumer protection authority,

Initiating proceedings with the Conciliation Body.

The Conciliation Body competent according to the registered office of the Seller: Budapest Conciliation Board


Registered office: 1016 Budapest, Krisztina krt. 99. 3rd floor, 310. Hungary

Mailing address: 1253 Budapest, Pf.: 10.

Phone: +36 (1) 488 21 31

Fax: +36 (1) 488 21 86


In the application of the rules related to the Conciliation Body, a consumer is considered to be the civil organization, church, housing association, housing cooperative, micro, small and medium-sized enterprise, who purchases, orders, receives, uses, or makes use of goods, or is the recipient of commercial communication or an offer related to the goods.


Initiating legal proceedings.

Return Procedure

If the Buyer returns the product to the Seller (in case of withdrawal, 15 working days money-back guarantee, and warranty return), the following steps must be taken: The Buyer is responsible for ensuring proper packaging suitable for shipping the consumer goods; the Seller shall not be liable for damages resulting from improper packaging during transportation. The shipping cost of the product is borne by the Buyer in case of withdrawal, 8 working days money-back guarantee, warranty, or extended warranty. In all cases, a copy of the invoice or the warranty card must be included.


Cash on delivery shipments will not be accepted by the Seller.


In case of 15 working days money-back guarantee and warranty return, the product must be sent to the following address:


Beastee Ltd

Cziráki street 26-32.

1163 Budapest,


Retention of Ownership

The product shall remain the property of the Seller until the Buyer fulfills all primary and ancillary payment obligations in full. During this period, the Buyer may not transfer the product to any third party or otherwise jeopardize the ownership of the Seller.

Data Protection

Certain information and data are essential for order processing, fulfillment of purchases, invoice issuance, warranty, and guarantee contracts. Without them, the order may be withdrawn and deemed invalid. By using the website, the Buyer assumes full responsibility for ensuring that the provided data is accurate and corresponds to reality. The Buyer has the right of permanent access to and correction of the data provided, in accordance with current European and national laws. The Seller does not transfer personal data to third parties, except when the third party is a contractual subcontractor of the Seller (e.g., courier service) and is indispensable for the fulfillment of the purchase contract with the Buyer, or when required by law or authorities.


The Seller sends promotional emails (Newsletter) if the Buyer accepted the option "Subscribe to the Pogo Collective newsletter" during registration. Only the Seller is entitled to send promotional materials, advertisements, to the registered email address. By providing the Buyer's data, they consent to receiving information, advertisements, offers. The Buyer can unsubscribe from the newsletter service later by clicking on the "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of the Beastee newsletter.

Privacy Policy
Data Administrator

Name: Beastee Ltd.

Address: Cziráki street  26-32,
1163 Budapest,.
Representative of the Data Administrator: Zsolt Futó, CEO
Contact information regarding data protection by the Data Controller: privacy@pogocollective.com


This information is the unilateral commitment of the data controller in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 and the relevant national legislation. This Policy may be unilaterally amended and/or revoked by the Data Controller at any time, with simultaneous notification of the Data Subjects. Notification shall be made by publication on the website and, depending on the nature of the change, by direct notification to the Data Subjects.

Purpose, Legal Basis, Scope of Data Processed, and Planned Data Processing Period

2.1 Handling of orders in the webshop - https://pogocollective.com Keeping records of orders until the conclusion of the contract or the failure of the order Legal basis for data processing: Contract

Scope of processed data: User name; Password; IP address; Name; Permanent address; Shipping address; Email address; Phone number; Unique identifier Possible consequence of failure to provide data: Failure of the contract Planned data processing period: Until the conclusion of the contract or the failure of the order

2.2 Issuing invoices and related mandatory documentation for service delivery. Legal basis for data processing: Legal compliance (compliance with Financial Accounting Act) Providing data is a condition for concluding the contract. Failure to provide data prevents the Data Controller from fulfilling the ordered service.

Scope of processed data: Name Permanent address Email address (in case of remote printing of invoices or enabling e-invoices) Unique identifier Possible consequence of failure to provide data: Failure of the contract Planned data processing period: 8 years from the date of issuing the invoice

2.3 Advertising products or service(s), providing information to registered users Direct marketing or marketing-related direct contact about new or renewed products and services Invitation to marketing events Legal basis for data processing: Consent of the Data Subject The Data Subject, in writing, by email, by accepting a web-based mailing list link, or by checking a checkbox on the Data Controller's application website, consents to the processing of their personal data.

Scope of processed data:

Name Contact address Email address Phone number Additional information provided by the user Possible consequence of failure to provide data: Delayed or no notification of promotions and new product information Planned data processing period: Until the expiry of the contract + the last working day of March following the 4th year.

2.4 Handling of warranty products, handling of returns Handling of warranty products (issuing a report) and handling of returns, data processing related to product exchange, repair, and return within the statutory deadline following receipt. Legal basis for data processing: Legal obligation

Scope of processed data:

Name Address Email address Phone number Planned data processing period: 3 years

2.5 Delivery of orders

Delivery using courier service Delivery to courier points or pickup points Legal basis for data processing: Contract – The Data Controller's legitimate interest in maintaining contact and recipient data for the performance of the contract Source of data: Provided by the person placing the order

Scope of processed data: Name Phone number Email address Unique identifier Possible consequence of failure to provide data: Failure of the contract Planned data processing period: Until the expiry of the contract + the last working day of March following the 4th year

2.9 Management of credit card payment receipts Handling of receipts related to credit card payments in the Data Controller's store and webshop. Legal basis for data processing: Legitimate interest – Settlement with credit card provider


The natural persons registered on the https://pogocollective.com website and the contact persons provided by them.


Our products and services are not intended for individuals under the age of 16, and we kindly ask that individuals under the age of 16 do not provide Personal Data to the Data Controller. If we become aware that we have collected Personal Data from a child under the age of 16, we will take steps to delete the data as soon as possible.


In case of legal compliance: storage period defined in the accounting law (8+1 years) In case of a contract: until the deadline specified in the contract or at the latest 8 years after the expiration of the contract In case of consent: until the withdrawal of consent by the Data Subject In case of legitimate interest: until the objection of the Data Subject


The Data Controller indicates mandatory data fields on each data entry interface with an asterisk*.


During data processing, the Data Controller transmits data to data processors contracted by it to fulfill the contract.


Data processors used:

Logistics partner: GLS General Logistics Systems Hungary Csomag-Logisztikai Kft. 2351 Alsónémedi, Európa u. 2. info@gls-hungary.com Phone number: +36 1 802-0265 



Online payment Barion.com

Website: www.barion.hu Customer service: https://www.barion.com/en/help/

Web hosting service provider: UNAS.hu


Except for the data processors specified in point #7, the Data Controller does not transfer the recognized data to third parties. Only the employees of the Data Controller and the designated employees of the data processors can access the recorded data. The Data Controller prepares a report on the fact of inspection, which is kept by the company for 1 year.


Free shipping The logic of the system: Shipping is free for orders above the amount specified in the contractual terms. Consequences of automated decision making on the Data Subject: Automated processing has no effect on the personal data.


The Data Subject may, at the contact details specified in point 1 of the Data Controller,

request information about the processing of their personal data and ensure access to this data request correction of their data request information about data processing request deletion of personal data and restriction of data processing The Data Subject may exercise the above rights at any time.

The Data Subject may also send the Data Controller a request to:

request the transfer of their data to another data controller, if data processing is based on a contract or consent and the Data Controller processes the data through automated means. revoke the consent given for data processing The Data Controller shall handle or reject (with justification) the request submitted within 1 month at the latest – in exceptional cases within a longer period permitted by law. The Data Subject shall be notified in writing of the results of the investigation.

10.1 Cost of Information The Data Controller provides the necessary actions and information free of charge for the first time. If within one month the Data Subject requests the same data for the second time and the data has not changed during this time, the Data Controller charges an administrative fee. The basis for calculating the administrative fee is the hourly cost of the current minimum wage, as an hourly rate. The number of work hours used for information, calculated at the above hourly rate. In addition, for paper-based information requests, the printing cost of the response at cost price and the postage cost are charged.

10.2 Refusal of Information If the Data Subject's request is clearly unfounded, they are not entitled to information, or if the Data Controller, as the data controller, can prove that the Data Subject has the requested information, the Data Controller rejects the request for information. If the Data Subject's request is repeatedly made due to its repetitive nature – excessive, the Data Controller may refuse the request for action based on the request if within one month, for the third time, the Data Subject submits a request for exercising the rights referred to in Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR on the same subject.

10.3 Right to Object The Data Subject is entitled to object at any time to the processing of their personal data based on legitimate interest or public authority jurisdiction. In this case, the Data Controller cannot further process the personal data unless it demonstrates compelling legitimate reasons for the processing that override the interests, rights, and freedoms of the Data Subject, or that relate to the filing, enforcement, or defense of legal claims. If the legitimacy of the objection is established, the Data Controller shall cease the data processing – including data transmission and further data collection – as soon as possible. It informs all those to whom the Data Subject's data was previously transmitted. The handling of the request is free of charge, except for unfounded or excessive requests, for which the Data Controller may charge a reasonable fee corresponding to its administrative costs. If the Data Subject disagrees with the decision made by the Data Controller, they may appeal to a court.


The Data Controller manages data in a closed system based on the requirements of its Information Security Policy.

The Data Controller ensures default and built-in data protection. To achieve this, the Data Controller applies appropriate technical and organizational measures to:

  • regulate access to data accurately;

  • allow access only to individuals whose tasks require the data, and even then, only to the minimum necessary data for the task;

  • carefully select appointed data processors and ensure data security with appropriate data processing contracts;

  • ensure the integrity, authenticity, and protection of the data it manages. The Data Controller applies reasonable physical, technical, and organizational security measures to protect the data of the Data Subjects, particularly against accidental, unauthorized, unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, disclosure, use, access, or processing. In case of known unauthorized access to personal data or its use, posing a high risk to the Data Subject, the Data Controller promptly notifies the Data Subject. If the transmission of Data Subject data is necessary, the Data Controller ensures the proper protection of the transmitted data, for example, through data encryption. The Data Controller is fully responsible for Data Subject data processing carried out by third parties. The Data Controller also ensures adequate and regular backups to protect the Data Subject's data from destruction or loss.

In accordance with Section 20(1) of Act CXII of 2011 on informational self-determination and freedom of information, the following must be determined regarding cookie data management on the webshop website:

  • the fact of data collection,
  • the scope of Data Subjects,
  • the purpose of data collection,
  • the duration of data processing,
  • the possible data controllers authorized to access the data,
  • explanation of the Data Subject's rights regarding data processing.

12.1 Cookies typically used for webshops include "session cookies for password-protected sessions," "cookies necessary for the shopping cart," and "security cookies," which do not require prior consent from the Data Subjects.

12.2 The fact of data processing, the scope of processed data: unique identifiers, dates, timestamps

12.3 Data Subjects: All visitors to the website.

12.4 Purpose of data processing: user identification, maintaining the "shopping cart" records, and tracking visitors.

12.5 Duration of data processing, deadline for data deletion: c_i session: username, email address - for login authentication - deleted every 2 hours, refreshed every 5 minutes, last viewed products: deleted after 10 years, chates username: deleted after 10 years, favorite products: deleted after 10 years, php session id: deleted when the browser is closed.

12.6 Possible data controllers authorized to access the data: The Data Controller does not handle personal data through the use of cookies.

12.7 Explanation of Data Subjects' rights regarding data processing: Data Subjects have the option to delete cookies in the browser's Tools/Settings menu, usually under the Privacy menu settings.

12.8 Legal basis for data processing: Consent is not required from the Data Subject if the exclusive purpose of using cookies is to transmit communications over an electronic communications network or is strictly necessary for providing a service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user relating to the information society.


The Service Provider measures the website traffic data using the Google Analytics service. Data is transmitted when using the service. The transmitted data is not suitable for identifying the data subject. More information about Google's privacy principles can be found here: http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/ads/


The website uses the Google Ads (formerly Google Adwords) remarketing tracking codes. Remarketing is a feature that allows the website to display relevant ads to users who have previously visited the site while browsing other websites in the Google Display Network. The remarketing code uses cookies to identify visitors. Users visiting the online store can disable these cookies and find additional information related to Google's data management at the following addresses: http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/ https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2700409. If users disable remarketing cookies, personalized offers from the website will not appear to them.


Based on the decision of NAIH, the Data Controller, as the creator of the Facebook page, adheres to predefined data management rules. There are limited options for choosing settings, thus the Data Controller has no real influence on reviewing or modifying data management. Therefore, the Data Controller is not considered a data controller regarding the Facebook page.


If you would like to learn more about the cookies used by your browser, please visit one of the following websites according to your browser:

Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en

Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences

Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH5042

Windows Internet Explorer: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196955

If you are using a mobile device, you can find information on the following pages:

Android: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/webkit/CookieManager.html

Blackberry: http://docs.blackberry.com/en/smartphone_users/deliverables/3200 /Turn_off_cookies_in_the_browser_60_1072866_11.jsp

Opera: http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/privacy/

IOS: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH5042


The data management activities performed by the Data Controller are subject to the following laws:

  • Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation, "GDPR").
  • Act CXII of 2011 on Informational Self-Determination and Freedom of Information (the "Info Act").
  • Act C of 2000 on Accounting ("Accounting Act").
  • Act V of 2013 on the Civil Code ("Civil Code").
  • Act CLV of 1997 on Consumer Protection ("Consumer Protection Act").
  • Act CXXXIII of 2005 on the Rules of Personal and Property Protection and Private Investigation ("Property Protection Act").
  • Act CVIII of 2001 on certain aspects of electronic commerce services and information society services (especially Section 13/A).
  • Act XLVII of 2008 on the Prohibition of Unfair Commercial Practices against Consumers;
  • Act XLVIII of 2008 on the basic conditions and certain restrictions of commercial advertising (especially Section 6).
  • Act XC of 2005 on the Freedom of Electronic Information
  • Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications (specifically Section 155).
  • Opinion 16/2011 on the EASA/IAB recommendation on online behavioral advertising.

Any data subject may turn to the competent court, including the Metropolitan Court in Budapest, or initiate an investigation at the National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information in case of alleged infringement of their personal data. Address: 22/C Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor, 1024 Budapest, Hungary Contact: ugyfelszolgalat@naih.hu, +36-1-3911400, www.naih.hu