Your secure data

YOUR DATA SECURE

Information in compliance with personal data protection legislation

In Europe and Spain there are data protection regulations designed to protect your personal information that are binding on us.

Therefore, it is very important for us that you fully understand what we are going to do with the personal data we ask you for.

In this way, we will be transparent and put you in control of your data, with plain language and clear choices that allow you to decide what we will do with your personal information.

Please do not hesitate to ask us if you have any questions after reading this information.

Thank you very much for your cooperation.

 

INES ROSALES, S.A.U.
A-41096520
Pastry production
P.E. Vereda de la Herrería, s/n 41830 Huévar del Aljarafe (Sevilla) (SPAIN)
954 75 64 27
hola@inesrosales.com
www.inesrosales.com

For your confidence and security, we inform you that we are an entity registered in the Mercantile Register of Seville, in Volume 530, Folio 90, Book 238 of the 3rd section of Companies, Page 9.400, 1st Inscription.
Our main activity is subject to a system of prior administrative authorisation. For your confidence and security, we provide you with the details of this authorisation and the identification details of the competent supervisory body:

What will we use your data for?

In general, your personal data will be used to contact you and to provide you with our services.

Why do we need to use your data?

We need your personal data for the following activities:

Managing visits to our facilities
Management of job applications
Management of online shop orders
Handling queries, suggestions, complaints or claims
Management of raffles, competitions and promotional campaigns
Attention to requests for donations, collaboration and sponsorship.

They may also be used for promotional purposes with your explicit authorisation.

Who will know the information we ask you for?

As a general rule, only duly authorised personnel of our organisation will have access to the information we ask you for.

Similarly, those entities that need to have access to your personal information in order for us to be able to provide you with our services may also have access to your personal information. For example, our bank will know your details if payment for our services is made by credit card or bank transfer.

Likewise, those public or private entities to which we are obliged to provide your personal data in order to comply with any law will be aware of your information. To give you an example, the Tax Law obliges us to provide the Tax Agency with certain information on economic transactions exceeding a certain amount.

In the event that, apart from the cases mentioned above, we need to disclose your personal information to other entities, we will ask for your prior permission through clear options that will allow you to decide in this regard.

How will we protect your data?

We will protect your data with effective security measures commensurate with the risks associated with the use of your information.

To this end, we have adopted a Data Protection Policy and annual checks and audits are carried out to ensure that your personal data is secure at all times.

Will we send your data to other countries?

In the world there are countries that are safe for your data and others that are not so safe. For example, the European Union is a safe environment for your data. Our policy is not to send your personal information to any country that is not safe from a data protection point of view.

In the event that, in order to provide you with the service, it is necessary to send your data to a country that is not as secure as Spain, we will always ask for your prior permission and we will implement effective security measures to reduce the risks of sending your personal information to another country.

How long will we keep your data for?

We will retain your information for the duration of our relationship and for as long as we are required to do so by law. At the end of the applicable legal periods, we will dispose of it in a secure and environmentally sound manner.

What are your data protection rights?

You can contact us at any time to find out what information we hold about you, rectify it if it is incorrect and delete it after our relationship has ended, where this is legally possible.

You also have the right to request the transfer of your information to another entity. This right is called "portability" and may be useful in certain situations.

To request any of these rights, you must make a written request to us, together with a photocopy of your ID card, so that we can identify you.

We have specific forms available at our offices to request these rights and we offer you our assistance in filling them out.

To find out more about your data protection rights, you can consult the website of the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.agpd.es).

Can you withdraw your consent if you change your mind at a later date?

You can withdraw your consent if you change your mind about the use of your data at any time.

For example, if you were once interested in receiving advertising for our products or services, but no longer wish to receive advertising, you can let us know by using the opt-out form available at our offices.

If you feel that your rights have been disregarded, where can you make a complaint?

If you believe that your rights have been disregarded by our entity, you can make a complaint to the Spanish Data Protection Agency, by any of the following means:

Electronic site: www.agpd.es
Postal address:

Spanish Data Protection Agency
C/ Jorge Juan, 6
28001-Madrid

By telephone:

Tel. 901 100 099

Tel. 91 266 35 17

Making a complaint to the Spanish Data Protection Agency does not entail any cost and you do not need the assistance of a lawyer or solicitor.