Who we are
The registered office of Wytec Lda is located at Rua Comendador Brandão Nº484 4495-375 Beiriz Povoa de Varzim, with the mail: email@example.com or telephone 252645028. The address of our site is http: // wytec.com.pt
What personal data are collected and how they are collected
Wytec Lda collects your data through the forms of our website and is exclusively destined to the processing of the requests made by users and customers, so that we can fulfill your requests, always giving this prior consent in the forms. Whenever you place an order through our website, or through websites from third parties, or contact us via email, postal mail, telephone, or even interact with us through social networks such as Facebook, or instant messaging applications such as whatsApp, Viber, Skype we can collect your data. The data collected may include your name (including business name), postal address, e-mail and telephone number. We may also ask you to provide additional information about your activity and preferences. We also collect information about your devices used to access our website (for example, we may collect your device identification number and type, location information and connectivity, such as statistics on your page views, traffic to and from sites , Source URL, your IP address, your browsing history.We may do so using cookies or similar technologies.
We may improve the information we collect from you with information we obtain from third parties who have the right to share such information; for example, providers of information search services or public sources (ex: for appropriate customer due diligence), in each case as permitted by applicable law.
We may monitor and record the communications we establish with you, including email messages and telephone conversations. The information we collect may be used later for training, quality control purposes, to record information about our website, products and services that you order or about which you ask us for information and, generally, to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations.
Third Party Information
Embedded content from other sites
This is a way to study and improve the performance of our website. However Google has developed a Google Add-on utility to allow website visitors to prevent their data from being used by Google Analytics. If you want to disable the use of the data, download the Add-on and install it in your default browser through the link: Google Add-On
With whom your data is shared
Wytec Lda does not sell or trade your data with third parties. Only the team of Wytec Lda. and its service providers, namely transport companies, have access to the data of clients and users in order to be able to satisfy their request with the most professionalism , however their personal data will not be shared to third parties without your consent, except when required by law.
Third parties for marketing purposes (for example, our partners and other third parties with whom we work and credit or fraud prevention agencies, regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies and government departments, where disclosure is compulsorily mandated of applicable law.
How long your data is retained
This information will be maintained and used as long as it is permitted for legal, regulatory, fraud prevention and legitimate business purposes. We will retain personal information for the duration of the relationship between us and our customers, or as long as they are necessary and relevant to our legitimate interests. When your information is no longer needed, it will be safely deleted (without prior notice).
What rights do they have about your data?
Users have full control over their data and can invoke those rights at any time.
If for any reason you have contacted Wytec Lda. Through our form, you can request that the saved data be deleted by contacting us through the various means available on the website requesting the same removal. This does not include any personal data that is obligatory to maintain for administrative, legal or security purposes.
All users and customers have the right to be informed of how we use and obtain access to their information, rectification of data, imposition of limits inherent to their processing of data as well as to oppose it for example for direct marketing purposes or interests our legitimate ones. You also have the right to request any information that you have provided to us in an automated way, in a structured format, in current use and automatically read, or that is sent directly to another company, whenever technically such data portability is technically possible.
The right to complain to the supervisory authority responsible for data protection issues
Where your data is sent and how it is protected
Wytec Lda. Stores data for its customers and Users on its servers located in the European Union. These servers are protected and maintained in accordance with the highest security standards and in compliance with applicable privacy laws. If you wish to be removed from our database, you may exercise this right by contacting us through the various means available on the website.
We will do everything possible to protect your personal information, although we can not guarantee the security of the information that is transmitted to our website, applications or services, or to other websites, applications and services, through the Internet or a link identical.
If at any time you have reason to believe that your account security has been compromised, please contact us using one of the forms on our website
It is the user's responsibility to make their Internet connection as safe as possible in order to ensure the maximum possible protection
Procedures for data breach
The supervisory identity shall be notified immediately unless the breach of data in no way constitutes a breach of personal data and is therefore not likely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of individuals having a significant detrimental effect on the individuals affected , and which may result in discrimination, reputation damage, financial loss, loss of confidentiality or other significant economic or social disadvantages. Other than this exception, the controller has a maximum period of 72 hours after learning about the data breach to report and communicate to the supervisory authority, and notify the affected parties. The notification must be made in clear and simple language with a concrete explanation of the occurrence. Data subjects are under an obligation to provide notice if appropriate technical and organizational protection measures have been put in place that make personal data unintelligible to anyone who is not authorized to access such data, such as pseudonomization or anonymization, or if it takes subsequent measures that risk of affecting the rights and freedoms of data subjects.