In compliance with what is disposed on Organic Law 15/1999 from December 13, about Personal Data Protection, Tesal group Canaries S.L., with C.I.F. number: B-76292010, enrolled in the Fuerteventura Commercial Register office, on Page 49, Volume 183, Sheet IF-8052, 1st Inscription, with registered office address at Calle Pico de la Pila 26, 35628 Pájara, Fuerteventura, Spain. And with contact telephone number and email address 928 17 59 41 /, communicates that:

A.-1. The user, in case of being a physical person has been informed that his/her personal data, to which Tesal Group Canaries S.L. has access as a consequence of providing (indicate products or services) that it carries out through any means, or of computer processes with respect to already registered information, are incorporated to Tesal Group Canaries S.L.’s file, authorizing the company to treat the necessary data for its use, related with the development of the service or operation agreed.

2. Furthermore, the user specifically authorizes Tesal Group Canaries S.L. for the use of his/her data to offer and contract Tesal Group Canaries S.L.’s products and services, as well as for the development of, either generic or personally adapted, commercial actions. These actions can be carried out through email or any other equivalent communication channel.

3. Likewise, we inform you that, in the case of assignments, both parties agree that Tesal Group Canaries S.L. will communicate these assignments to the interested part in the most common way to inform about the products hired.

4. The user has been informed about his access, edit, cancel and objection rights, concerning his/her personal data according to the terms established by the Law. The user can exercise these rights through a letter with a copy of his/her National Identity Document, and addressed to Tesal Group Canaries S.L. Calle Pico de la Pila 26, 35628 Pájara.

B.- The user will be able to revoke any consent that he may have given regarding the use or assignment of his personal information, with the exception made in part A.1 of this mandatory clause, in the same way as in section A.4.


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