Privacy Statement for Webshop Holders
We protect your personal information properly. Wintersport4ALL respects your privacy and privacy, but Wintersport4ALL sometimes need your personal data. This statement explains how we store your data, protect and process.
We protect all personal information that we collect from you. The Transport Layer Security (TLS), we take the best possible measures against loss, destruction, use, modification or distribution of your data by unauthorized persons.
Data acquisition and general use
Article 1 - Order
For your order we need your name, email address, address (es), payment details and sometimes your phone number. We will record your data, store and process for correct processing of your order. In addition, these data can be used for any subsequent guarantee. When processing your order we provide to suppliers necessary personal data.
Article 2 - Newsletter
Wintersport4ALL offers newsletters. We will keep you informed about special offers (discount) actions and other news. For us to be sure your authorization to use the opt-in system for newsletters. With each communication in this way is recorded an unsubscribe. Wintersport4ALL uses personal newsletters. These newsletters are compiled based on your previous data such as orders and pages visited.
Article 3 - Access and modify your data
Article 4 - Changes to this Privacy Statement
Wintersport4ALL may change this privacy statement. We will provide users with their email address registered with us at the height bring in changes. If you are not registered as a user, we advise you to consult regularly this statement. For questions or comments about our privacy statement, please contact us via any of the following channels.
Postal address: Wintersport4ALL Tahiti Street 6 1339PJ Almere
Email: [email protected]
Article 5 - Cancellation and objection
You can object to the use of your data for our products and services. You may object through [email protected] against the further transmission of the newsletter or by other e-mail advertising. A written communication (eg via email, fax or letter) is sufficient. The possibility of withdrawal applies to the explicit consent of data provision.