In compliance with the provisions of current legislation on data protection, MONCOFA.COM, from now MONCOFA, tells about the treatment of personal data collected in order that you may exercise the legitimate rights They correspond.
Users are liable for the accuracy of the data used, MONCOFA reserving the right to deny service to any user who has provided false data, without prejudice to other actions stipulated by law.
The trade data provided by the user, giving your express consent to do so, will be processed and incorporated into the relevant files of which will own and responsible MONCOFA, all with the sole purpose of better management, administration , provision, expansion and improvement of services MONCOFA offers businesses, as well as the adequacy of commercial activities to the demands of enterprises, the design of any new element to configure the application and sending updates of services. To carry out treatment of trade data provided by users with different purposes than those mentioned above, MONCOFA must obtain prior express consent of users.
The user expressly consents to the commercial data contained in this application may be transferred to entities, engaging in the same activity MONCOFA, or other activity that is complementary or related, with which it has reached agreements collaboration for better compliance with the purposes outlined in the previous section.
You can exercise the rights of Access, Rectification, Suppression, Limitation or, where appropriate, Opposition. For these purposes, you must submit a letter to the Moncofa City Council Entry Register (constitution square 1; https://moncofa.sedelectronica.es/info.0) or, where appropriate, to our Data Protection Delegate ( firstname.lastname@example.org).
In the letter you must specify which of these rights you request to be satisfied and, in turn, you must show or, in the case of postal delivery, accompany the photocopy of the DNI or equivalent identification document. In the event that you act through a representative, legal or voluntary, you must also provide a document that proves the representation and identification document of the same.
Likewise, if you consider your right to personal data protection violated, you may file a claim with the Spanish Agency for Data Protection (www.agpd.es). ”