The General Data Protection Regulation, or “GDPR”, is applicable since May 25, 2018. This new European regulation grants to every person new rights relating to the processing of their personal data and implies changes in the way we collect, save and share your data.
For any questions you can contact us through our contact forms or by e-mail:
The Atremorine team
Privacy and Protection Policy for Personal Data
The confidentiality and the protection of the information of our customers are essential for us.
We are committed to respect:
1) The protection of the personal data of our customers and to be in the greatest transparency about the information that we can collect and the way we use them.
2) The neutral character of our shipments, without mention of the contents of the packages on the packaging.
3) The confidentiality of all our exchanges by mail or email.
The personal data we use
Atremorine.com requires your personal data in order to proceed to order the products, to conclude and execute the contract of sale and delivery with its customers.
As such, we use the usual categories of personal data such as name, address, email, phone number.
Who monitors your personal data?
Atremorine.com controls the personal data that its customers communicate to it and is responsible for this personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Act in force (RGPD).
Use of your personal data?
The personal data of the customers of Atremorine.com are centralized in a file intended for the provision of the requested service and its invoicing. They will be kept for the duration of the commercial relationship and the availability of advice to its customers and in accordance with legal provisions.
The personal data is also used in order to inform the clients and prospects in changes and evolutions of the services or products and also to communicate special offers.
Our customers can request the removal of this data at any time once the business relationship is over. Atremorine.com agrees not to transfer this personal data to third parties, except in case of legal obligation.
What are the rights that the RGPD regulation gives you?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guarantees the strict confidentiality of your personal data and your right to consult, rectify or delete them. You can contact us at any time: firstname.lastname@example.org
If customers believe that Atremorine.com uses personal data inappropriately, they can contact Atremorine.com at the following address: email@example.com
They can also transmit a complaint to the competent authorities.