Complying to the LSSICE Act 34/2002 regarding Company Services for Information and Electronic Commerce, we inform you that YLoma Trade SRL, domiciled at Strada Constantin Dobrogeanu Gherea Nr. 131A Bucure STI Sectorul 1 and tax number 267939
Registered in the Mercantile Registry of Oficiul National al Registrului Comertului Bucuresti, Cod Unic de Inregistrare: 36008609 / Cod Unic de Inregistrare: 36008609 / is the title owner of this website.
According to the provisions of the Spanish Organic Act 15/1999 regarding Personal Data Protection, in the event that an e-mail is sent to us, or that a data collection form is filled in, we inform you that the personal data given to us will be registered in the file for which the company is responsible.
We gather and use personal data when you visit our website. We ask you to provide us with your personal data when you complete the contact form on our website.
We store and use personal data for identified purposes. We might use personal data to:
- Accept you as a customer/ supplier
- Manage and maintain a commercial relationship with you
- Enter into contracts with you
- Ensure that payments may be made or received
- Deal with inquiries
- Inform you by any means including e-mail or other equivalent electronic communication, promotional or publicity about our products and services (marketing and direct marketing)
- Analyse your data for research purposes
- Meet legal requirements or court requests to which we are subject
- For the purpose of fulfilling the legitimate interests pursued by us
- Enable processing necessary in order to protect the vital interests of you, the individual.
- Access the registration section in order to use the registration-only sections of the Website.
We will only use automated calling systems without personal intervention or electronic messages for direct marketing if you have given us your prior consent.
You will be able to express refusal of your data being processed for publicity purposes and to exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition (ARCO Rights) in accordance with that established in current legislation, by writing to the following address: to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
This company is responsible for facilitating the exercise of ARCO rights to any individual whose personal data are processed and which so requests, in such manner and in the time established by law. The exercise is very personal, so it can only be requested by the person concerned. It will be necessary to verify the applicant’s identity.
The individual is entitled to exercise their rights. If you send us a written request for the exercise of your rights and we do not respond to your request within the period required by law or our response is unsatisfactory, you may file the corresponding claim with the Data Protection Agency (AEPD).
The request for cancellation, opposition or rectification will be notified to all data controllers and processors to which personal data has been transferred, in order to proceed within the period set by law to carry out the action the data subject has requested.
In order to facilitate the exercise of your ARCO Rights, our company has available to users who request it the official Models to exercise your rights in Spanish (and English). Please send an email to: email@example.com to request the model you need.
Processing your personal data:
Personal data will be collected to fulfil specific, explicit and legitimate purposes. We process your data in a lawful, fair and transparent way.
We have adopted all the necessary and relevant security measures as established in the Spanish Royal Decree 1720/2007 and we have established appropriate technical and organizational measures and security methods within our means to protect Personal Data you may supply against (intentional) destruction, loss, alteration, wrongful use, unauthorized disclosure or access, theft and against all other unlawful forms of processing personal data
If the base of the Processing of your Personal Data is in the legitimate interests pursued by us or by a third party Processor to whom your personal data are disclosed, you have the right to file objections to the Processing of your Personal Data. Within 30 days of receipt of the objections we shall assess whether the objection is justified. If it is the case, then the Processing of your Personal Data will be terminated immediately. If the relationship with an individual is not formalized (i.e. contracted), or their consent for us to use their data in the manner described is not given, these data will be deleted or not recorded.
If the Processing of Personal Data is carried out by a third party Processor, we shall ensure that the Processor shall provide sufficient guarantees in respect of the technical and organizational security measures with regard to the Processing of Personal Data.
When processing Personal Data we take into account:
- The costs of implementation of information security systems
- The risks associated with the Processing
- The nature of the Personal Data.
We view data security as a top priority for our company, but no system can ever be guaranteed as 100% safe.
Job application CV’s
When sending us a job application or your CV, You consent to the use by Us of any personal data provided or submitted by You, including Your resume or curriculum vitae, for consideration, verification, and screening. Such personal data may be transferred and collected by Us and third party contractors and service providers in connection with such purpose.
We have an appointed Data Protection Officer with adequate knowledge for fulfilling his duties in a reliable way. The officer shall ensure compliance of the rules concerning the processing of Personal Data by or pursuant to the law.
Obtaining Personal Data from other sources
In the event that your personal data has been obtained not from you, the individual, but from another source, the company Data Protection Officer will report that collection to you within a period of three months from the time of receiving the data, unless that you had previously been informed of (and consented to) the intended data transfer.
Transfer of Personal Data will only take place if:
- You, the data subject, have unambiguously given your consent
- The transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract between client / Company or for taking steps in response to a request from a customer, which are necessary for the conclusion of a contract
- The transfer is necessary for the conclusion or performance of the client/supplier’s interest between the Company and a contracted or to be contracted third party.
- The transfer is necessary as a requirement of the law
- The transfer is necessary to protect the vital interests of the data subject;
Transfers of Personal Data
We may exchange Personal Data as part of our service with Processors and Third Parties.
Data exchange with countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA)
Your Personal Data could be transferred to countries located outside the EEA, to Processors and Third Parties that may be located in countries outside the EEA.
Transfers of personal data to countries that ensure an adequate level of protection outside the EEA are permitted, respecting the principles of Processing of Personal Data set in the law. The European Commission decides which countries have an adequate level of protection. If transferring to a country with no adequate level of protection, legal permission will be requested from the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
You will be able to express refusal of your data being transferred and to exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition in accordance with that established in current legislation, by writing to the following address: or to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
If the company records images, it is for the following purposes:
- Ensure our buildings and land used or owned by the Company are secure;
- Goods to be monitored in these buildings;
- Protect the interests of the Company and the safety and interests of the employees, clients or third parties;
- Determine offenses or violation of internal company rules,
- To support legal proceedings.
Images will be deleted within one month of their collection. If images are required for legal purposes, they will be blocked from access except to Public Authorities, Judges and Courts.
A handout containing the purpose of the video surveillance, the existence of a video surveillance file registered with the Data Protection Authorities, the possibility of exercising one’s ARCO rights with contact details can be made available on request.
Data Storage and record keeping
Your Personal data will be kept only until it is necessary for the purposes for which it has been collected. Once the relationship with this company is finished, your Personal data will be cancelled when it is no longer necessary to hold it. However, for certain personal data, if linked to some sort of liability of a legal or contractual obligation requiring the continued holding of the data, these data will be kept blocked, i.e. accessible only to Management, prior to deletion. The period to hold data of this category on customers and employees is four to five years in most cases, 10 years in cases of anti-money laundering.
Once the period of limitation of liability is fulfilled, these data can only be kept if they have been previously disassociated (i.e. ‘anonymized’ – with no identifiable link to the original individual).
In the case of Minors the Regulations implementing the Act require that information will be expressed in a language that is easily understandable.
All the contents of this website, and in particular trade names, business names, industrial designs, designs, texts, photographs, graphics, logos, icons, software and any other signs that may be used in industry and business, are protected by the industrial property and intellectual rights of Marie Cavelier. Their use and/or reproduction are therefore prohibited without the express consent of the company.
Marie Cavelier will not be responsible for infringements of intellectual property or industrial rights of third parties originating from the inclusion in the website of trademarks, business names, industrial designs, patents, designs, texts, photographs, graphics, logos, icons or software corresponding to third parties who, when including them in the website, have declared they are the title owners of the same.
The user is obliged to use the contents of the website in a conscientious, correct and legal manner and undertakes:
- a) Not to use the contents for objectives or purposes contrary to the law, to public morals and to normal customs or public order.
- b) Not to reproduce, copy, distribute, allow public access by whatever means of public communication, transform or modify the contents, unless the corresponding authorization from the title owner thereof has been given.
- c) Not to use the contents of the website to send publicity, communications for purposes of direct sales or for any other commercial purpose, unsolicited messages sent to a multitude of people regardless of its purpose, and to abstain from marketing or divulging such information in any way.
The safety and security of your personal information also depends on you. When registering to this website you are given a user identification name and password as part of our security procedures for the registration-only section of the Website, you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of Your password and user name for accessing this Website and You are responsible for all activities that are carried out under them. We do not have the means to check the identities of people using our Website and we will not be liable if your password or user name is used by someone else. Please notify immediately by email to email@example.com of any unauthorized use of Your password or user name. We have the right to disable any user identification name or password, at any time, if you have failed to comply with any of the provisions of these terms or the Terms and Conditions of use of this Website.
The terms of this Privacy Statement may be amended at any time and all such changes will take effect once they have been posted on this Website. By continuing to use the Website after the posting of any changes to this Privacy Statement, You will be deemed to have accepted the terms of the revised Privacy Statement. We advise You to periodically revisit this page for updates.
This Website has been updated in November 2016
In the event of any kind of dispute, both parties will try to come to a friendly agreement. If this is not possible the Courts of …. City…………… will have jurisdiction to deal with the case and the parties will not have recourse to any other jurisdiction for the purposes of legal action.