TERMS OF SERVICE - DATA PROTECTION POLICY
Rev 1.0 - May 23, 2018
We collect your personal information when you create an account with us and each time you place an order on our website.
Your Personal Data will be stored with your consent in our database in order to establish a business relationship between you and our Company to provide our services, issue legal invoices, and collect payments.
You can modify your Personal Data from the client area by accessing with your credentials at any time. However, certain information such as your First Name, Last Name, Tax Identification Number and if applicable, the name of your Company, may not be modified once our systems have registered at least one economic transaction with a legally issued invoice. However, you have the right and obligation to rectify whether these data contain errors.
We store information about the means of payment that are used to make the payment of Invoices. Credit / Debit card details are stored in our systems with data including cardholder information will be stored at our end for billing purposes. When you make the payment of an invoice by credit / debit card, it will be connected to the Stripe (https://www.stripe.com) or PayPal (https://www.paypal.com) payment gateway.
You have the right to revoke your consent to process your personal data at any time. Revoke your consent implies the closure of the account you have
with us and will have an irreversible effect:
- All services and products you have with us in force will be terminated and eliminated without the possibility of recovery
- All your personal data will be removed from our systems without the possibility of recovery
To exercise your right and revoke your consent for the processing of your data you need to open a support ticket with the department Data Protection / Protección de Datos and request the removal of your account by providing a copy of your personal identity documentation, duly scanned on both sides, in high definition and in .JPG format.
Note: Accounts without any associated service for more than 3 months will be removed from our system without prior notice and all associated personal data will be automatically deleted without the possibility of recovery.
I have signed up before 25th of May 2018, what should I do?
Signups prior 25th of May 2018 have given automatically consent to process personal data from 25th of May 2018. There is no need to explicitely confirm consent unless you modify your customer profile data in our client area.
With whom are my details shared?
We do not share your personal details with any other Company, however some details such as website name and URL may be shared with our partners. Your Details are used exclusively for the business relationship between you and our Company.
Who is responsible for the treatment of my personal data?
The responsible person of processing your personal data in our company is the Administrator of eClickZ Interactive Services LLC, registered in state of California, United States of America.
Who will guarantee the protection of my personal data?
The company eClickZ Interactive Services LLC will be the guarantor in complying with the data protection regulations and will provide the necessary support assisting all customers through the support ticket system, department Data Protection or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where are my personal details stored?
We store all data in a database which is part of the data processing system in a dedicated server, controlled and maintained by eClickZ Interactive Services and located in the Data Center of Hurricane Electric (48233 Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539 USA). Access to Personal Data is only possible through our authentication systems, secured and encrypted using SSL. Only you and our Company have direct access to this data.
What are my rights when I provide my data?
Access, Portability, Correction, Erasure, Restriction, Objection and Withdrawal of Consent. You can exercise the rights granted by the General Data Protection Regulation. In addition, you will also have the right to file a claim with the relevant local control authority of United States for Data Protection.