Watts & Co undertakes the collection and processing of your data, made from the site www.wattsandco.com, to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act.
Collection and purposes of data processing
|Information entry form (contact, quotation request, recruitment etc.) in connection with our customer service.||Management and monitoring of the commercial relations (ex: to contact you, to answer your questions, to send you the quotation etc.)|
|Newsletter subscription||To send you our newsletter (information about our products, our sector of activity, our tips, promotions, news etc.). You can unsubscribe at any time on the link at the bottom of our newsletter.|
|Customer Account Registration||Management and monitoring of the commercial relations (including orders, deliveries and returns, transactions, payments and invoices, claims etc.)|
|Social networks (share button, video playback etc.)||To be able to access different third-party sites and to execute requests.|
|Navigation on the site (reading articles, pages, adding items in the cart…)||Customization of the site content, display of targeted advertisements especially on the social networks, audience statistics and marketing studies.|
|Resale of information (mailing lists)||Send your details to our partners proposing offers that may interest you.|
Data retention period:
Rights of access, correction, cancellation and opposition to treatment
You have a right of access, correction and opposition for legitimate reason of the personal information concerning you, as well as the possibility to oppose the treatment for purposes of prospection, in particular commercial. You may exercise these rights at any time by contacting Customer Services:
- by this form
- by post: Watts & Co 7 Tufton Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3QE, United Kingdom
- by phone: + 44(0)20 7222 7169
- by writing to this mail adress: email@example.com
- or clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email sent by the Watts & Co.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act referred to above, these requests for access, correction or opposition must be made as a letter (or email) signed by the author from whom they belong and be accompanied by a photocopy of an identity card with the signature of the person exercising his right. In the event of a problem, contact the Customer Service Department listed above.