TREATMENT AND USER DATA

In compliance with the provisions of the previous Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, Protection of Personal Data and Regulation (EU) 2016/679, of April 27, General Data Protection (RGPD), PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR, informs its clients that all the personal data they provide will be included in an automated file of personal data, created and maintained under the responsibility of PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR. The purpose of this file is to manage the processing of orders and the generation of offers and commercial proposals. All the details are set out in the following points and we encourage you, in case of doubt, to contact us via email sales@phoenixtacticalgear.com.

 

Visiting the PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR website (http://www.PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR.com/) does not imply that the user is obliged to provide or reveal any personal information. In the event that the user provides any personal information, the data collected on the website (http://www.PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR.com/) will be treated fairly and lawfully, subject at all times to the details and rights specified in Regulation (EU) 2016/679, of April 27, General Data Protection (RGPD) and the rest of the applicable regulations.

 

PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR guarantees the security and confidentiality of the data provided. In this way, it undertakes to fulfill its obligation of secrecy of personal data and its duty to keep them and adopt all necessary measures to prevent their alteration, loss, treatment or unauthorized use. Therefore, all the information collected about our clients will not be used for commercial purposes external to PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR nor will it be transferred to third parties.

 

All PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR clients may exercise their right of access, rectification, cancellation or opposition as long as they communicate it in writing by email to info@phoenixtacticalgear.com indicating in the subject of the email "PRIVACY POLICY" or by physical mail to our address : Carretera Gen. A las Galletas 98, 38639, Tenerife.

 

In the same way, it is made known that PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR does not trade with the data of its customers and users, so that they are not transferred to third parties for profit. On the other hand, the current legislation that affects the products that PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR trades, may oblige you to share customer and user data with certain Public Administrations, as well as with State Security Forces and Bodies.

 

In the same way, PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR is not responsible for fraudulent or erroneous data that customers and users of our services have been able to provide. Therefore, the user or client will be responsible for the data provided, carrying the consequences that these acts may have.

 

RESPONSIBLE DATA ORGANIZATION

PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR

CIF: 43849893W

 

Carretera general a las cookies 98, 38639, Tenerife (Spain)

 

NECESSARY AND OPTIONAL PERSONAL DATA ACCORDING TO THE CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIP

- Name: required during the creation of a user account on the web http://www.phoenixtacticalgear.com/ and during the process of confirming a purchase

- Surname: required during the creation of a user account on the web http://www.phoenixtacticalgear.com/ and during the process of confirming a purchase

- Email: required during the creation of a user account on the web http://www.phoenixtacticalgear.com/  and during the process of confirming a purchase

- DNI: mandatory only during the purchase confirmation process

- Address: mandatory only during the purchase confirmation process

- Zip code: required only during the purchase confirmation process

- Company name (if applicable): required only during the purchase confirmation process

- Telephone number: mandatory only during the purchase confirmation process

- Passwords: mandatory during the creation of a user account on the web http://www.phoenixtacticalgear.com/ and during the process of confirming a purchase (PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR stores them but does not know them, so that in no case will You can access them or provide them to whoever requires them, the user being the only one to know it)

 

DATA REGARDING FORMS OF PAYMENT

PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR informs that in the sale process, it does not make simplified invoices or purchase tickets, it only works with nominative invoices. In this way, the current legislation of the moment regarding the storage of invoices and personal data related to accounting, financial matters or requirements of Public Administrations, such as the Treasury, must be complied with. - Cash: PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR confirms that when it receives cash payments it does not store more data than is necessary to keep an operational and accounting control of the operation - Credit or debit card: PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR confirms that when it receives card payments it does not store more data than the necessary to keep an operational and accounting control of the operation. In the same way, it is reported that operations are protected by the HTTPS security protocol and the systems of the entity with which the service is contracted (REDSYS), being able to know its privacy policy here, as well as that of our entity bank. - Paypal: PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR confirms that when it receives payments with Paypal it does not store more data than is necessary to keep an operational and accounting control of the operation. In the same way, it is reported that operations are protected by the HTTPS security protocol and Paypal's own systems, being able to consult its privacy policy here. - Financing: PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR confirms that when it receives payments through financing services, it does not store more data than is necessary to keep an operational and accounting control of the operation.

 

OFFERS, ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS AND EMAILS

PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR stores and uses the data of its customers and users for advertising purposes whenever they allow it, being able to demand at any time the cessation of advertising activity by the means already described or request the complete erasure of data whenever possible. In this way, the data already mentioned is used to launch emails or specific offers based on the information that the client or user has provided us.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR confirms that it does not store data related to the activities of its clients and users through the PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR social networks, such as Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Twitter or similar. In the same way, it is made known that the user is free at all times to participate in our contents and interact with them, as well as to demand the processing of data according to the RGPD at all times to the social networks in which they are participating. In this way, PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR is not responsible for the data, acts and consequences, derived from the interactions of users with the social networks managed by PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR. We suggest checking the data protection policy of your social networks in case of doubt.

 

DATA SECURITY

PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR states that it takes the most appropriate technical and operational measures to guarantee the security of the data and, in particular, to protect your personal data, thus preventing third parties from having knowledge of them, that they are modified by mistake or intentionally, lost or completely destroyed. We periodically review these measures and adapt them to the current state of technology when necessary, as well as to current legislation at all times.

 

DATA STORAGE DURATION

PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR states that it processes and stores the data for the duration of the entire contractual relationship. In addition, we are subject to various storage and documentation obligations. The terms determined, for example, by tax legislation, can be up to 10 years. Furthermore, some of these special statutory provisions may require an even longer retention period, for example evidence in relation to statutory limitation periods. In the event that the data is no longer necessary for the fulfillment of contractual or legal obligations, it will be periodically deleted by all means within the reach of PHOENIX TACTICAL GEAR, unless its subsequent limited treatment is necessary to fulfill the aforementioned purposes. See for example the obligation to keep copies of invoices for some years by the Treasury.