Your privacy is of particular importance to us and we give due consideration to the confidentiality of the information you provide to us. AxoDeco is committed to complying with all regulations relating to the protection of personal data and privacy.
AxoDeco is active in the wholesale sector, except for cars and motorbikes at European level. Our offices and facilities are located in France. AxoDeco's headquarters are located in France.
Our commitment to privacy
Personal data we collect
If you use our Website, we may collect and store your personal data (which may include your name, email, address, telephone numbers, financial data, social data, login ID, etc.) in relation to your personal and business life in a number of ways: data you provide to us by filling in an online form or when registering on the Website.
Data that you provide to us by contacting us with a question about information on our Website, by communicating a problem to us or by initiating written communication with us.
The data you provide to us at the time of registration in relation to receiving information or services, via our Website or a professional or non-professional social network (such as Facebook, Linkedin, Viadeo, Twitter etc).
Use of the data
AxoDeco will use your personal data in a manner consistent with the purposes for which it was provided or collected. We will use your personal data to:
communicate with you by any means;
inform you of related services we may provide or deliver;
administrative purposes; and
comply with requirements arising from legislation or a court order.
We may share non-personal statistical aggregate (collective) data relating to visits to our Website.
Reporting of data
We may need to disclose your personal data to our suppliers, agents or subcontractors where this is necessary for the performance of our services or to comply with our other obligations. These third party providers may use your personal data to provide or facilitate the provision of our services. If we disclose your personal data to persons outside of AxoDeco, we will appropriately limit, if necessary, the third party's ability to use and disclose such personal data and will require such third party to comply with similar data protection principles to those applied by AxoDeco.
Where applicable, any transfer of data will be carried out by AxoDeco in strict compliance with the regulations in force. This transfer is made necessary exclusively for the purposes defined in our Policy.
This communication may be made to (i) organisations or institutions in charge of certain tasks related to the purposes of processing your personal data, (ii) service providers, subcontractors or suppliers, or (iii) our current or prospective customers.
We make every effort to protect the personal data in our possession from loss, misuse, unauthorised access, alteration and destruction. However, the use of the Internet itself is not impervious to all faults and in this case, as in all cases where actions outside our control affect your personal data, we cannot accept responsibility for them.
Archiving your records
AxoDeco archives records for as long as we deem necessary to provide the services in accordance with legislative, tax and accounting requirements. Once we no longer need your data, we will ensure its secure deletion.
Cookies and consent
A cookie is a text file that requires your consent to be downloaded to your computer's hard drive. When you give your consent (or your browser gives consent automatically, if you have set it up that way), your browser saves this text in a small file. Cookies help analyse visits to websites and inform the site administrator of your visit to a particular page. Cookies collect information about how users use the site, for example, which pages they visit most often and whether error messages on the Website are viewed. These cookies do not collect information that identifies the visitor. The cookies used on this Website have been set by AxoDeco or its external partners.
Some of the cookies used are called "session cookies" and are only saved during your visit to the site and after the end of the visit are automatically deleted. Permanent cookies are stored in your system for a certain period of time after you have finished visiting the website.
The cookies we use on the Website fall into different categories:
Strictly necessary cookies.
These cookies are necessary for you to be able to navigate the website and use its functions. If you delete or block these cookies, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to use our Website or benefit from all our security measures.
Performance cookies collect information about how visitors use our Website. They allow us to distinguish and count the number of visitors and see how visitors navigate our Website. We use them, for example, to analyse how visitors use our Website and to record any errors that occur.
Performance cookies do not collect any data that could identify you.
We use these cookies to provide you with services or to remember your preferences, so that we can tailor the content of the site to you (for example, by remembering your language preferences or your geographical area). We use this data to tailor our site to match your preferences for content appearance, font size, etc.
You can manage these cookies in your browser settings. However, if you block them, it will no longer be possible to offer you the services you have selected.
These cookies record the fact that you have visited our Website, including the pages you have visited and the links you have clicked on. We use this information to tailor our Website to your interests.
We take the liberty of informing you that all direct communication will be done in accordance with these privacy principles and your preferences for receiving direct marketing communications that you have indicated.
You can manage these cookies in your browser settings. However, if you block them, it will no longer be possible to provide you with the functions of our Website.
Most browsers allow cookies in their initial settings, but you can change these settings, usually under menu items such as "options" or "preferences".
You can block all cookies from any Website by activating the configuration of your browser that allows you to refuse the storage of all or some cookies. However, if you block all cookies, you may not be able to access our website or parts of it. You can also use your browser settings to delete cookies. For more information on how to block cookies in your browser, please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/fr/.
Link to other sites / link from other sites
Our Website may contain links to other websites operated by third parties. Other websites may also contain links to our Website. We do not assume responsibility for the privacy practices of these websites.
Questions and obtaining a copy of your personal data
If you wish to obtain a copy of your personal data that we archive, if you wish to check, rectify, update or delete your personal data, please contact the Personal Data Department, for the attention of the Data Protection Officer, in writing to the following postal address 150 AVENUE DE L'ESPACE - BAT 1A - 59118 WAMBRECHIES, and enclosing proof of your identity.
Modification of the principles
This Policy was last updated on 10/12/2019.