The General Data Protection Regulation is a set of laws established by the European Commission from May 25, 2018 for all companies that have an activity in Europe. Easydin is therefore concerned by this regulation.
THAT IS NEW WITH THE GDPR
To protect Internet users from data leaks or misuse of personal data, it is now mandatory for companies to keep Internet users informed of all computer processing that is done from the data collected.
Like all e-commerçants, we collect data on our internet users and work with several third party providers, which therefore have access to some of our data.
This data is essential to provide you with the best possible experience on our website and to ensure the smooth running of your order
We have nothing to hide, so we will tell you what all your personal data is for:
WHERE AGAINST SERVERS Easydin?
The servers of the website Easydin are exclusively SORA-WEBSOFT.
In these servers, we find our database necessary for the operation of the site. Customer account information is stored there.
In order to allow you to find your order history, this data is only deleted if you request it.
EASYDIN What are you doing?
No, we don't sell your data and we'll never. Some companies exchange client files to make commercial prospecting, it is not our case.
All the data we collect is at home and will never be given, leased or sold to a third company.
What are you doing?
Passwords are stored “crypted” and it is impossible to decrypt them. So your passwords are safe.
AND MY NUMÉRO DE CARTE BANCAIRE?
For bank card payments, we work with the module ATOS MERCANET of the BNP paris bas and PAYPAL. It allows you to settle your orders by bank card in a secure environment.
At no time we have access to your credit card number.
What are you doing?
When you create a customer account on our site, we record in our systems all the information you need to place your order: your email, your name and first name, your delivery address, your billing address and your phone number so that you can prepare and deliver your parcel.
These order data are transmitted to different carriers via the BOXTAL provider who bring your parcel to your home: Colissimo, World relay and Chronopost.
They absolutely do not have the right to use your data for anything other than to process your order and must delete this data from their computer system after processing. These providers store data in data centers in Europe.
However, if you choose to deliver you outside Europe, your data as your postal address is necessarily transmitted to the logistics services of the carrier that will deliver you to this country.
If you have given us your agreement, we also use your email address to send you our weekly newsletter. Know that if you no longer want to receive these emails, you can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link located at the bottom of the newsletters or directly on the site in your space my account/information. The effect is immediate.
The provider we use for our newsletters is French, certified ISO-27001 and has put in place the requirements of the GDPR. As such, it ensures maximum security for data storage.
In order to send you personalized newsletters, we also communicate to this provider your first name, the list of products you ordered, your total turnover.
Like most online merchants, we record your visits to post advertising to you when browsing other websites. This process does not handle any personal data and advertising, or third-party sites displaying our advertisements have access to your contact information.
If you don't want to see our ads anymore, you can delete cookies from your web browser.
What if I'm in love with you or I'm in charge of what you're doing?
Most data are editable directly by you even from your customer area on our website.
If you never find what you want, we invite you to contact us by email at email@example.com specifying your request.