The use of the Website is governed by the following terms and conditions, and implies the full and unconditional acceptance of them by the user. In case of disagreement, the user is invited not to use this Website.

From now on, instead of the name “Sotiropoulos Panagiotis”, the distinctive title “MODAPELLE” will be used.

Our company reserves the right to carry out maintenance of the website, to change its nature and content, to interrupt or suspend its operation at any time and without notice.

It also makes every effort to ensure that the content of the Website includes complete, accurate, clear, precise, valid, informative, timely, truthful and non-misleading information. In any case, however, no liability, commitment or guarantee of any kind whatsoever arises in relation to the security and the Content of the Website. Visitors-users of the Website accept the possibility that our company may not be able to control all of the Website Content and services. In addition, we do not warrant that the use of the information, data or materials contained in the Website Content by users/visitors will not infringe the rights of third parties.


All the content of the website (information, texts, images, pictures, photographs, logos and in general any kind of data), the logo “MODAPELLE” is the intellectual property of, protected by Greek and international legislation on copyright and available to visitors for personal use only. Any copying, distribution, transfer, processing, reproduction and sale of the content of the website in any way is prohibited.


Our company shall not be liable for damages and expenses incurred in connection with this Website, its use, or the inability to use it, by any person, or in connection with any failure to perform, error, omission, interruption, defect, delay in operation or transmission, or system line failure. In the event that damage, or detriment, or infection by electronic viruses is caused to the computer or other electronic medium used by a user to access/visit/use the Website or to download any material, data, text, images, video, or audio of its Content, we shall have no liability whatsoever.


Users are obliged to use the website in a manner consistent with good morals and these terms, and to refrain from any illegal and abusive behaviour, as well as from adopting illegal practices and practices of unfair competition. They must comply with the rules and provisions of Greek, European and International Law and the relevant legislation governing telecommunications and data transmission from Greece to Member States of the European Union and third countries. The visitor of the Website is obliged not to prevent its use by third parties and not to perform any acts or omissions that may damage the operation of the Website, affect or endanger the provision of the company’s services. If the visitor of the Website uses it in an unlawful manner or in a manner contrary to these terms, he is obliged to compensate our company for any positive or consequential damage.

Users are prohibited from sending/transferring/distributing through the Website any material that could be considered illegal, threatening, harmful, slanderous, offensive, defamatory, abusive, pornographic, blasphemous, harassing, obscene, vulgar, indecent, or any material that could constitute or encourage unlawful or criminal conduct, or constitute a violation of another’s privacy, or express racial, ethnic or other discrimination.

In case of non-compliance of the visitors-users of the Website with the present terms of use and the applicable law, Mr. Sotiropoulos Panagiotis reserves the right to take any necessary action such as in particular to prohibit their access to all or part of the services provided through the Website as well as to process, move and delete messages, respecting the principle of proportionality.

In the event that Mr. Sotiropoulos Panagiotis is involved in any legal action or called to pay any kind of compensation, due to the user’s breach of his obligations arising from these terms, the user will have to pay compensation to Mr. Sotiropoulos.


The management and protection of the personal data of the visitor-user of the services of the Website is subject to the terms of this section as well as to the relevant provisions of Greek law (Law 2472/1997 on the protection of the individual and the protection of personal data as supplemented by the decisions of the President of the Personal Data Protection Committee, P.D. 207/1998 and 79/2000 and Article 8 of Law 2819/2000 as well as Law 2774/1999 and European law (Directives 95/46/EC and 97/66/EC).

In the event that users of the Website voluntarily provide any personal data (e.g., name, address, telephone number or e-mail address), our company may collect them in a file and process them for the relevant purpose.

We may store and process the personal data of the users – visitors of the Website only if these data are voluntarily provided by the users for the following purposes:


We make every reasonable effort to safeguard the personal data of the users of this Website by adhering to strict security measures, which at the Company’s discretion may be changed or modified. However, users are informed that sending confidential information via e-mail services is not the most secure way of sending, as it involves risks of reading such information by unauthorized third parties.


The website may use cookies to identify the visitor/user of some of its services and pages. The website and connected applications use cookies.

The website uses cookies for the following reasons:

(a) Google Analytics

Conducting surveys for statistical purposes or/and to improve the content and services of the website or to assess its effectiveness.

(b) Social networking

Cookies that are placed by social networking website providers in order to allow the visitor to easily share the content of the website through these means.

A cookie is a file containing an identification code (a sequence of numbers and letters) that is sent from a server to a browser where it is stored. Each time the browser requests a page from the server, the identification code is sent back to the server.

Cookies can be either permanent or relate to a single session (connection). Persistent cookies are stored by the browser and remain active either until their expiration date or until the user deletes them. Those that relate to a single session expire at the end of the connection, as soon as the browser is deactivated (closed).

Cookies do not store data that can personalize the user, but personal data stored by the website and relating to users/visitors can be linked to the information stored and can be obtained from cookies.

Only “persistent” cookies are used on the website and in the connected applications, only cookies related to one login/session or both “persistent” cookies and cookies used in one login/session.

The names of the cookies used on the website or in connected applications, and the reasons why they are used, are listed below:

=> used (__asc , __auc , __gads , __utma , __utmz , _ga , _gat , nuggCook , xtvrn , datr , fr , locale , lu ) on the website or connected applications (to recognize a computer when a user visits the website or connected applications / to track users’ navigation on the website or connected applications / to allow the use of a “shopping cart” on the website or connected applications / to improve the usability of the website or connected applications / to analyse usage of the website or connected applications / to manage the website or connected applications / to prevent fraud and improve the security of the website and connected applications / to personalize the website or connected applications / to target specific advertising messages to specific users who may be interested in them.

Most users’ browsers allow them to refuse the use of cookies, for example:

(a) In Internet Explorer (version 11) they can suspend the use of cookies using the cookie override settings by selecting “Tools”, “Internet Options”, “Privacy” and then “Advanced”.

(b) In Firefox (version 39) they can suspend the use of all cookies by selecting “Tools”, “Options”, “Privacy”, then selecting “Use Personal History Configuration” from the drop-down menu and finally unchecking “Accept cookies from websites”.

(c) In Chrome (version 44) they can suspend the use of cookies by going to the “Controls and Customization” menu and selecting “Settings”, “View Advanced Settings” and “Content Settings”, and selecting “Prevent websites from setting data” under “Cookies”.

(d) In Safari (version 5.1.7) they can suspend the use of cookies by selecting “Selecting Safari”, “Preferences”, then selecting “Privacy” and then proceeding with any of the following actions. To Permanently Suspend the Use of Cookies: Safari does not allow any websites, third parties or advertisers to store cookies and other data on Mac computer. Some websites may not function properly because of this.

Use of Cookies Only from the Existing Website: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the website to which the user is currently logged in. Often, some websites have embedded content from other sources. Safari does not allow third parties to store or access cookies or other data.

Use of all the Websites I visit is permitted: Safari accepts cookies and website data only from the websites the user visits. Safari uses your existing cookies to determine if the user has visited a website in the past. By selecting this setting, you prevent cookies and other content from being stored on your Mac from websites whose embedded content is on the websites you visit.

Suspending the use of all cookies will have a negative impact on the use of many websites.

If the use of cookies is suspended, the user will not be able to use all the features of the website or connected applications.

The user can delete cookies that have already been stored on his computer. For example:

(a) In Internet Explorer (version 11) he can manually delete the cookie files. He can find the procedure for this at

(b) In Firefox (version 39) he needs to delete cookies by selecting “Tools”, “Options” and “Privacy” and then select “Use Personal Settings for History” from the drop-down menu, selecting “View cookies” and then “Remove all cookies”, and

(c) In Chrome (version 44) he can delete all cookies by going to the “Controls and Customization” menu and selecting “Settings”, “View Advanced Settings” and “Clear Browsing Elements”. He will then select “Cookies and data from other websites and connected data” and “Clear Browsing Data”.

(d) In Safari (version 5.1.7) he can delete all cookies by going to the Safari preferences window and selecting “Privacy”. The user can configure his options for accepting cookies next to “Blocking cookies”. He selects “Groups and Advertisers” – “Always” or “Never”. If there are website details or cookies stored, he selects “Details”. If he wishes to delete data from all websites, he simply selects “Delete All”. He clicks “Done” to return to the selection window.

Deleting cookies will have a negative impact on the use of many websites or connected applications.

You can refer to which contains instructions on how to manage cookies using different types of web browsers.


According to the Consumer Protection Act (Law 2251/1994) you have the right to return the product within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of receipt. The return of the product is accepted only if the product is in its original condition. In any case, the return costs are borne by the customer.

To return a product, contact us at 2641045522 or email:

In case of returning a product, you will be refunded within 10 days from the receipt of the product from our company, if the product is unused and accompanied by the retail receipt.
In this case, you will be refunded the amount of money for the value of the goods and not possible transport costs, cash on delivery or bank charges.