PRIVACY POLICY

 

Personal data handling conditions

1. Definitions

1.1. The data controller and operator of the website www.teakboats.com (hereinafter – the Data Controller) is Teak Boats UAB, company code 300637651, VAT ID LT100002941715, Kertupio st. 63, Neveronys, Kaunas district. LT 54487 Lithuania, e-mail address – info@teakboats.com

1.2. Customer – an active private or legal person who has filled out an inquiry form or purchased goods or services on the website www.teakboats.com.

1.3. The rules for handling personal data (hereinafter referred to as the Rules) regulate the basic principles of personal data collection, processing and storage, which are relied upon by the Data Controller when processing the Customer’s personal data.

 

2. General Terms

2.1. The processing of customer’s personal data is determined by the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts regulating the collection of such data and these Rules.

2.2. Customer data is collected for defined and legitimate purposes and handled fairly and accurately.

 

3. Processing of personal data

3.1. The customer agrees that the personal data that he voluntarily provides during the order will be processed based on these rules.

3.2. The buyer has the right to get acquainted with his personal data and the right to demand the correction of incorrect, incomplete, inaccurate personal data or their removal by writing an e-mail. email info@teakboats.com. In this case, the seller must implement the customer’s request immediately (within 30 days).

3.3. The Data Controller recognizes and respects the right to privacy of every Buyer who completes an inquiry on the website www.teakboats.com. The Data Controller collects and uses the Buyer’s personal data (name or surname, address, telephone number, e-mail address and other information specified during the website request) for the processing of the order for services or the fulfillment of other assumed contractual obligations. When filling out the request, the customer can express his consent/disagreement to the use of his personal data for direct marketing purposes. He does this by ticking the box (I agree to the use of my personal data for direct marketing purposes).

3.4. The Data Controller undertakes not to disclose the Customer’s personal data to third parties, with the exception of the Data Controller’s partners providing goods delivery or other services related to the proper fulfillment of the Customer’s order. In all other cases, the Customer’s personal data may be disclosed to third parties only in accordance with the procedure provided by the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

3.5. Personal data is processed using secure means that protect this data from unauthorized destruction, disclosure or other illegal actions.

 

4. The right change the Rules

4.1. The Data Controller has the right to partially or completely change the Rules by announcing it on the www.teakboats.com website. The Seller undertakes to create a technical possibility for the Buyer to re-accept the updated Privacy Policy.

4.2. Additions or changes to the rules take effect from the date of their publication, i.e. i.e. from the day they appear on the website www.teakboats.com.

4.3. If the Customer does not agree with the new version of the Rules, he has the right to refuse it in writing.

4.4. If the Customer continues to use the services provided by Teak Boats UAB after the addition or change of the Rules, it is considered that the Buyer agrees with the new version of the Rules.

 

5. Provision and transmission of information

5.1. All notifications related to the processing of personal data are submitted to the Data Controller by e-mail info@teakboats.com or by post.

5.2. The Data Controller shall provide the response in the same form in which the notification or claim was received.

 

6. Cookies

6.1. Cookie is a small text document containing a unique identification number that is transmitted from a website to a person’s computer in order to distinguish the person’s computer, browser type and see the person’s online activity. A unique number identifies a person’s browser each time a person visits a website. Cookies prevent memorization of personal information (such as a person’s name and address). Websites use cookies to keep statistics such as the number and traffic of individuals visiting the website. Such information is not linked to personal information.

6.2. Purposes of using cookies

6.2.1. For the generation of website requests (to carry out the website’s main activities) and to calculate statistical data of website visitors. When using the website, the customer may be asked to fill out a form in order to prepare an offer. In this case, the customer is asked to provide personal data (such as name, email address, phone, etc.). The Company has the right, at its own discretion, to use all the information and data provided by the person, which the person provides by filling out the form or in other ways, in all legal ways. A cookie for formulating a request is created when the user fills in the form fields, and is deleted when the user closes (logs out) the website window (ends the session).

 

7. Transfer of personal data to third parties

7.1. In order to evaluate the quality of the services purchased by the buyer, the customer may be contacted by e-mail after the service has been provided. by mail or phone, and please leave feedback and rate the purchased product or service.

7.2. After the visitors have subscribed to the newsletter and submitted their e-mail. mail, it may be transferred to third parties.

 

8. Conclusion

8.1. This Privacy Policy is updated in August 9, 2022. All changes to the Privacy Policy will be notified in accordance with Clause 4 of this Privacy Policy.

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