Terms & Conditions
of Use

We kindly ask visitors / users of the website to carefully read the following terms of use.


The present terms of use regulate the rights and obligations regarding the use of the website located at cocoowa.com, which will hereinafter be referred to as “Cocoowa”.

The Cocoowa website was designed, developed and is owned by the company ZARZONIS GEORGIOΣ which will be referred to as the “Company” for the sake of brevity.

Company details


Distinctive Title: Cocoowa


DOI / AFM: E’ THESSALONIKI / 044499130

Phone: +30 2310.623.892

Email: hello@cocoowa.com


Acceptance of these terms of use is deemed to have been made with the entry and navigation of the visitor / user in Cocoowa. This acceptance consists of the express, unconditional and irrevocable agreement to comply with these terms.

In case of disagreement of the visitor / user with any of the terms, he/she must interrupt and avoid browsing Cocoowa, notifying, if desired, the administrator.

Cocoowa reserves the right to modify the terms of use at any time and without justification, and modifications will only be taken into account if they are expressed in writing and incorporated into this text. It is therefore recommended that visitors . users to check the content of these terms from time to time. In the event of total or partial invalidity or unenforceability of individual terms, the validity of all other terms is not affected. The gap that may be created in the agreement between the website and the visitor/user by the invalid term will be filled with new or modified terms that will be as close as possible to the legal purpose of the invalid term. The above applies in any case and for those issues not explicitly regulated in the text of the terms of use.

Intellectual and industrial property rights

By this agreement you accept and acknowledge that the entire content of Cocoowa (documents, texts, trademarks, designs, images, services, electronic files, etc.) is the intellectual property of the Company from the moment of its publication on the Internet and therefore enjoys the protection of the relevant provisions of Greek and European law as well as international conventions.

It is expressly forbidden to use, copy, store, reproduce, republish, transmit, publish, download, translate and modify in any way part or all of the content of Cocoowa and the services offered in it without the prior written permission of the Company.

Limitation of liability

Cocoowa and the Company can under no circumstances be held responsible for any damage and/or any other negative consequence that may result from accessing and/or using the information and services provided on it. All of Cocoowa’s content and services are provided “as is”.

No warranty is given by the Company that the pages, services, options and contents will be provided without interruptions and errors or that these errors will be corrected.

Under no circumstances can the Company guarantee the correctness, completeness and availability of the content of the pages and services.

Finally, there is no guarantee on the part of the Company that any other website or the servers through which they are made available are provided to you free of viruses or other harmful components. Therefore, no claim of a financial or other nature can be made to rectify damage resulting from the above reasons, while the cost is in any case the sole responsibility of the visitor/user.

Cocoowa publishes from time to time certain articles for the sole purpose of informing its visitors and users.

There is no warranty by Cocoowa and the Company as to the suitability, completeness, absence of errors or adequacy of these documents.

Responsibility of the visitor / user

With this agreement, the visitor/user of the website is obliged on the one hand to comply with the applicable laws and regulations, and on the other hand to refrain from the following illegal and abusive uses of the content and services of the Company’s website.

Visitors/users are expressly prohibited to:

  • Distribute content that is illegal, abusive, obscene, vulgar, pornographic, threatening, defamatory, harassing, harmful to minors or expresses ethnic, racial or other discrimination,
  • Infringe the intellectual property or other proprietary rights of others, including trademarks and secrets and patents,
  • They include any virus, malicious software or code (malware), unsolicited advertising material (pop-up) and spam that may cause either temporary or permanent damage/disruption to any computer equipment (hardware and software) and electronic devices in general or delays, interference and interruptions in the operation of servers or any telecommunications network,
  • Contain a false statement as to the person of the user or an impersonation of any person (physical or legal).

The visitor/user of Cocoowa is obliged not to use the website to carry out the above actions, which may result in criminal prosecution or the initiation of any civil or administrative proceedings against the Company for acts that are indicatively, and not exclusively, mentioned in the Criminal Code, specific criminal laws, personal data protection legislation, telecommunications legislation, as well as the relevant legislation of the European Union, the National Telecommunications Commission, the Personal Data Protection Authority and any other Public or Administrative Authority and Service, as well as for acts that could infringe any right or other legitimate interest of the Company or a third party.

In the event that any third party takes legal action against the Company for infringement of any of its legal rights, which falls within the scope of the visitor’s/user’s liability as defined in the text of the terms of use, the Company reserves the right to take recourse against the visitor/user. Along with any claims of the third party, the Company reserves the right to claim compensation from the visitor/user for violation of the terms of use and for any legal consequence arising from it.

In any case, by accessing and using Cocoowa on your behalf, you agree that the exclusions and limitations of liability set forth in this document are fair and reasonable.

Hyperlinks to third-party websites

With the help of appropriate links within Cocoowa it is possible to access third party websites. The placement of these links has been made with the sole purpose of facilitating visitors/users during their browsing on the internet. It is in no way an indication of acceptance or approval of the content of the linked websites.

Each link leads to a different website, the browsing of which is subject to the terms of use of that website.

Cocoowa and the Company accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the content and the personal data management policy of the linked website. Access by using the provided links to the respective website takes place under the sole responsibility of the visitor/user.

Applicable law and other terms

It is expressly agreed that the Courts of Athens in Greece, applying Greek law, shall have exclusive jurisdiction to resolve any dispute, claim, interpretation or controversy arising out of or relating to these terms of use.

Cocoowa and the Company have as a constant aim, any disputes that may arise from its use and/or the interpretation and application of these terms of use, to be resolved amicably and out of court. For this reason, if as a visitor/user you find any problematic element or information in the content of the website, please inform the administrator directly at hello@cocoowa.com.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your device to store data that can be recalled by the server in the domain where the cookie was placed. These files usually consist of numbers and letters that identify your computer, but sometimes contain statistical data and preferences, such as your preferred language or currency.

Cookies are created when you visit a website that uses cookies. Cookies are used to facilitate the user’s web browsing by providing information about the user’s preferences. This information is used to create content, services and advertisements that are useful to the user on future visits. Some cookies are set by third parties acting on our behalf.

It is important to know the difference between session cookies and persistent cookies. The first ones are valid until the browser is closed. Persistent cookies have a longer duration and are not deleted when you close the browser. We try to allow cookies that have a lifespan of up to 2 years. Only in very specific cases, such as for security reasons, do we allow cookies that last for more than 2 years. More details about cookies and how to delete them can be found at www.aboutcookies.org and you can also see our guide on how to disable them.

What is local storage?

Local storage is a file created by a website on your device. There are many different such files and cookies are one kind. As we use them, you should be aware of them so that you can block or delete them if you wish. You can do this in “Local browser storage”. Many websites use the browser’s “session storage” and “local storage” to store data. “Session storage” is temporary, but “local storage” has a longer duration. You can delete the data by deleting your browsing history.

How does Cocoowa use cookies?

Our website cocoowa.com uses cookies to recognise your computer and provide better functionality when you use our services. This helps us to provide you with a better experience when you visit our website and allows us to improve our services.

Unless you have changed your browser settings to not accept cookies, our system will use cookies when you use our website. If you have disabled cookies, some of the functionality we offer may not be available to you.

The cookies we use collect anonymous information to improve our services and not personal information.

We use cookies for different reasons:

Analytics Cookies

Analytics cookies allow us to identify and measure the number of visitors to our website, to see how visitors move around the website when they use it and to record what content visitors view and what interests them. This helps us to determine how often certain pages and ads are visited and what are the most popular parts of our website. This helps us to improve the services we offer you by helping us to ensure that our users find the information they are looking for, by providing anonymous demographic information to third parties to help us tailor ads more appropriately for you, and by tracking the success of advertising campaigns on our website.

Functional cookies

Functional cookies are related to the functionality of our website and allow us to improve the services we provide you through our website, for example: allowing you to transfer information to different pages of our website so that you do not have to re-enter the information, recognising your preferences when you return to our website.

Below you will find the cookies we mainly use. If you visit our website, the following cookies will be used:


We use WooCommerce to manage our online store.

wc_cart_hash_*SessionIt helps WooCommerce to determine when the cart contents/data change.
woocommerce_items_in_cartSessionIt helps WooCommerce to determine when the cart contents/data change.
woocommerce_cart_hash1 dayIt helps WooCommerce to determine when the cart contents/data change.
wp_woocommerce_session_*SessionIt contains a unique code for each customer, so it knows where to find the cart data in the database for each customer.
wc_cart_createdSessionIt helps WooCommerce to determine when the cart contents/data change.
wc_cart_hash_*SessionStores products in the shopping cart
store_notice*Session Allows customers to override the Store Notification.

This data is not shared with third parties.


We use WPML to run a multilingual system.

wp-wpml_current_languageSessionStores the current language.
_icl_visitor_lang_jsSessionStores the redirected language
wpml_browser_redirect_test SessionChecks if cookies are enabled.

This data is not shared with third parties.

GDPR Cookie Compliance

We use GDPR Cookie Compliance for cookie consent preferences.

moove_gdpr_popup SessionStorage of consent cookie preferences.

This data is not shared with third parties.


Various cookies used

userway-s*Saves choices made by the user using the accessibility tool

Further investigation into data sharing pending

Where can I find more information about cookies, and how do I deactivate or delete cookies?

Most websites allow you to disable or delete cookies.

You can block most cookies by activating the setting in your browser that allows you to refuse all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including necessary cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our website, or you may experience reduced functionality when accessing certain services. If you have not set your browser to refuse cookies, our system will issue cookies when you visit our website.

If you have any questions, please send an email to hello@cocoowa.com. Our cookie policy may change in the future. That’s why we recommend you to visit our page often.