Which information do we ask and what do we use it for
We collect two types of information. The first is data we request either at the time of purchase, or when you create an account. The second is data acquired by observing the system: watching the pages our users ask, checking cookies, looking at the geographical origin of visits, etc.
When you decide to sign up, we show you a form whereyour an email and a username are asked. Your email allows us to contact you.
When you place an order, we ask the data that are necessary for your shopping experience: a size, a shipping address and a billing address.
What happens with this information?
We treat this information confidentially and exclusively for the purpose of providing the service you requested, with the full legal guarantees granted by the General Data Protection Regulation EU 2016/679, the 15/1999 Personal Data Protection Law (Dec. 13th), and the 34/2002 (Jul. 11th), Law for Information Society Services and eCommerce. Your personal data are absolutely confidential.
We undertake not to disclose or transmit any personal information about you to other companies, partners, suppliers third parties without your express approval. Only us and the companies we might hire specifically, to which we demand strict compliance with the rules of data protection, may access this information.
We take the security levels required by the 15/1999 Personal Data Protection Law and its implemented regulations. However, we assume no liability for damages caused by third parties that may provoke changes in computer systems, electronic documents or files.
What other information do we collect and how do we use it?
We use information to improve the service and the performance of our website. For example, when you visit us, we can see which page you are requesting, the hour, the day, your browser's version and your location (although very inaccurately).
This information helps us gather data necessary to market and improve our service. For example, if we see that you're in Spain, we will show our Spanish version of the site. But if someone comes from abroad, we will switch to the English version.
How do we protect your personal information?
When you log in your account on our website, we ask you for your username and your password to verify your identity. Without these data, no one can access your account. When you fill this information in "log in" form, we send it to our servers using an encrypted connection (SSL). This allows encrypted (encoded) data to be sent in a way no one can read it except us. We use the same mode of communication at registration and payment. All information you provide to us travles securely.
Our website is hosted by Digital Ocean Europe (Amsterdam). We use the latest technology to ensure the security and integrity of your information. It is protected from unauthorized persons access. In particular, your password is stored encrypted so that confidentiality is guaranteed. We do not store any payment information (your credit card number, expiration date, etc.).
It is in your hands. You have a choice.
The law confers you certain rights regarding Data Protection, namely the Access, the Rectification, the Cancellation and the Opposition. Thus you can check your data (access), request some modifications (rectification), oppose them (so we stop using it) or request cancellation (deletion) whenever you want. Once you request it, we will follow your instructions within a maximum period of 10 days. Here follow the mechanisms we have prepared to assist you.
Access and Correction
You can find all the information we have about you in the tab "My Account" and you can edit it at your convenience.
Interruption of communications
We also give you the opportunity to tell us that you do not wish to receive communications from us (newsletters). You'll find an option to cancel these emails again in the "Newsletter" tab.
Unregistration and cancellation of data
If you decide to deregister, please contact us and we'll handle the process.
Tips to protect your privacy
When you are done browsing, close your browser and log off your session on the computer where you are.
Always read the Terms of Service of the pages you visit on the Internet.
Search for the seals from Privacy entities.
Never reveal your passwords. make sure they are robust. Change them frequently.
Do not divulge personal information in your communications.
Seconds Collection, S.L.
Registered in Madrid, c/ Hortaleza 106, 28004 Madrid. NIF: B84700871.