Processing of personal data – fulfilment of contract
In connection with your purchase from us, you have disclosed personal data. In particular:
- Your name
- Your address
- Your email address
- Your phone number
- Your payment information
We process this personal data in connection with the handling of your purchase, as it is necessary for us to fulfil our part of the transaction, and a limited period thereafter, to ensure that everything goes as it should. As soon as this information/data is no longer needed, it is deleted from our system.
If you have ordered delivery, the information about your name, address, phone number and email address will be provided to our shipping company for the purpose of delivering your purchases.
Processing of Personal Data – Consent
If you have ticked the box “yes please to newsletters”, we will process your email address and the information about your purchase/registration with us until it is no longer relevant. This will, in practice, be until you alert us that you no longer want to receive emails from us.
You can always withdraw your consent. You can do this either by using the link at the bottom of our emails or by contacting us directly via email and stating that you no longer wish to receive our newsletters.
Regardless of whether we process your personal data for the purpose of fulfilling a contract or on the basis of your consent, we will always process your personal data securely and confidentially in accordance with applicable law, including the Personal Data and Data Protection Acts.
Your information will only be used for the purpose for which it was collected and will be deleted when that purpose is met or no longer relevant.
We use third parties to process your payment information and to handle your purchases using our CRM system.
We have entered into data processing agreements with these data processors, which is our guarantee that they comply with applicable rules on the protection of your personal data.
Information, Objections, Changes, Data Portability and Deletion
You can always contact us to find out what personal information we hold. This can be done by contacting:
CVR no: 34226261
5492 – Vissenbjerg
If there are errors in our information, you can always ask for them to be corrected so that we have the correct information, and you have the right to request the information in a standard format (data portability). If you want to change your data or request data portability, you are also very welcome to write to us at the above email address.
If you no longer wish for us to process your personal information or wish to limit the processing of your personal data, you can also send us a request to the above-mentioned email address.
Your information (except your email address in connection with other relevant information, if you have consented to its processing for the purpose of receiving offers) will be deleted after 5 years. Since we have unlimited returns on our products, we store data for 5 years after you have received your product/service.
If you wish to withdraw your consent to the processing of your email address (so that we can send you our newsletter and relevant offers), this can be done at any time by clicking on a link in the individual news email. If you wish to complain about our processing of your personal data, this can be done to the Data Inspectorate at the address Borgergade 28.5, 1300 Copenhagen, telephone 33 19 32 00 email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CVR no: 34226261
5492 – Vissenbjerg
Introduction – For Our Website Visitors
At Australian Bodycare, we work with cookies on our website to give you a better experience on our website and make everything easier for you.
Cookies are a slightly complex concept, but basically they are small “programs” that collect data about your behaviour on a given website. We use it among other things to see how many visits have been to our website and see how many sub-pages they visit; we use this data to make the user experience better. There are many areas where you can benefit from cookies when you manage a website.
In addition, we also collect data from our website if, for example, you fill out a contact form. We store this data so we can use it appropriately e.g. to be able to contact you back.
The GDPR/Personal Data Regulations come into effect on May 25, 2018, and we do our utmost to live up to them and ensure that your data is only used for what you consent to.
We then try to be as transparent as we can to give you a good insight into how we collect your data and how we handle it.
What Do We Collect?
We only collect the data that you personally consent to when you visit our website.
We may ask you for:
– “Personal Data” – this is defined as Personal Data that can identify you as a person or that can be unique to you. It could be your name, your email address or phone number.
– “Other information” – this could be your company name, the industry you work in or which browser you have visited our website from.
– As a rule, we do not collect “Sensitive Data”. This is data about your personal attitudes, religious beliefs, race or ethnicity, etc. If we are to do this, we will make you strictly aware of this before you disclose such data.
How Do We Collect This Data?
We collect the data in two different ways. Direct and indirect.
For example, direct access to your data is gathered by:
- If you fill out a form on our website (regardless of whether the data will be stored for a limited period)
- Writing to us via email, or chat function on the website
- Responses to surveys or the like from us
- Traffic data (digital)
These are among other things that cannot identify you as a person, but help us to know how many visitors we have on our site, how many people have contacted us, or how many made a purchase, to create statistics.
We cannot identify individuals with this data, but are simply tracking this data in a program called “Google Analytics” that you can read more about here: Google Analytics
If you ever want an overview of which cookies we (and others) use, you can find guides for the different browsers here: Manage Cookies
If you would like to know which cookies are often used, you can read more at danishmedier.dk
Why/How Do We Use the Information We Collect?
There can be many reasons why and how we use the data we collect. Below are a few reasons.
- To create a better experience on our website. It may be that we look at how you engage on our website so that we can later update our website so that it is easier for you to navigate.
- It may be to show you marketing for one of our products at another time or via another media. Alternatively, it may be to exclude you from our marketing if you have already purchased our product.
- To be able to answer your possible inquiries to us.
- To know how many daily, monthly and annual visitors we have on our website.
There are many reasons why we collect data, and basically it is to try to make our business better, so that we can always improve the experience for our customers/visitors on our website.
Access, Edit and Delete Your Own Data
You are always welcome to contact us and find out what kind of data we have about you and possibly have it deleted if you wish.
We have written everything above to be transparent about the data we collect via our website, and we hope that it has given you a good insight into why, how and how we use the data we collect via our website.
We take good care of your data and could never share or sell it.
Google Analytics: for statistical purposes. You can decline cookies from Google Analytics by clicking here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Facebook: Set by Facebook if you interact with the Facebook plugin or are already signed in to Facebook from another source for the purpose of interacting.
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