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According to the Organic Law 15/1999 of December 13, Protection of Personal Data (LOPDP), we inform you that the personal data provided by completing the forms on this website will be incorporated and will be treated in a file automated that is responsible SweeTimber By completing the forms on the website or provide data through any other means, whether postal, telephone or electronic, the client consents to its treatment, understanding consent conferred in the terms provided in the aforementioned Organic Law 15 /1999.
The main purpose of this file is to facilitate the processing of orders, resolve incidents that may arise, the carrying out of statistical studies, as well as sending commercial communications concerning products or services marketed by SweeTimber.
SweeTimber ensures the confidentiality of the data provided and guarantees that, under no circumstances, will they be assigned for any other use without the prior and express consent of our clients.
At all times the customer has the right to obtain information about their personal data, rectify or cancel them by request addressed to SweeTimber, or to the email address, which will include, for the correct exercise of the right, the following information: name and surnames, request in which the request is specified, address for notification purposes, and indicating the reference “Request for personal data”.
Information related to the online dispute resolution of Art. 14, para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission offers consumers the opportunity to resolve disputes online in accordance with Art. 14, para. 1 of the ODR on one of its platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a website where consumers can try to reach agreements without going to trial related to disputes that arise in purchases and contracts for online services.