- General Provisions
- Basic Terms Used In The Policy
– ‘Personal data’ – any information related directly or indirectly to a specific or identifiable individual (subject of personal data).
– ‘Personal data processing’ means any action (operation) or a set of actions (operations) performed with or without the use of automation tools with personal data, including the collection, recording, systematization, accumulation, storage, clarification (update, change), extraction, use, transfer (distribution, provision, access), depersonalization, blocking, deletion, destruction of personal data.
– ‘Confidentiality of personal data’ – a mandatory requirement for the Operator or other person who has access to personal data to prevent their dissemination without the consent of the subject of personal data or the presence of other legal grounds.
– ‘Site User’ – a person who has access to the Site via the Internet and uses the information, materials and products of the Site.
– ‘Product’ – a product that the User orders on the Site and pays for through payment systems.
– ‘Personal data Operator’ or ‘Operator’ – the Company ‘Luma-Flux’
- The Operator May Process The Following Personal Data Of The User
– last name and first name of the User;
– User’s contact phone number;
– User’s email address;
– the User’s registration address (in case of purchase of the Product);
– address for the Product delivery (in case of purchase of the Product);
– other data specified in the forms on the Website.
- Purposes Of Personal Data Processing
The Administration of the website of the online store may use the User’s personal data for the following purposes:
– Identification of the User registered on the website of Our Store, for placing an order and (or) concluding a contract for the purchase and sale of goods remotely with Luma-Flux,
– Providing the User with access to the personalized resources of the Website of the Online store,
– Establishing feedback with the User, including sending notifications, requests related to the use of Our Store Site, providing services, processing requests and requests from the User,
– Determining the User’s location to ensure security and prevent fraud,
– Confirmation of the accuracy and completeness of the personal data provided by the User,
– Creating an account for making purchases, if the User has agreed to create an account,
– Notifications of the User of Our Store’s Website about the Order status,
– Processing and receiving payments, confirming tax or tax benefits, challenging the payment, determining the right to receive a credit line by the User,
– Providing the User with effective customer and technical support in case of problems related to the use of the Website of Our Store,
– Providing the User with their consent, product updates, special offers, price information, newsletters and other information on behalf of Our Store or on behalf of the partners of Our Store,
– Carrying out advertising activities with the User’s consent,
– Providing the User with access to the websites or services of the partners of Our Store in order to receive products, updates and services.
- Legal Ground For Processing Personal Data
The receipt, storage, use, and transfer of your Personal Data is governed by the laws of the United States, as well as the laws of each state itself.
- List Of Actions Performed By The Operator With The Received Personal Data
– The Operator collects, records, systematizes, accumulates, stores, clarifies (updates, changes), extracts, uses, transfers (distributes, provides, accesses), depersonalizes, blocks, deletes, and destroys personal data.
– The Operator performs automated processing of personal data with or without receiving and/or transmitting the received information via information and telecommunications networks.
- Cross-Border Use And Jurisdiction
Your Personal Data may be stored and processed in any country where we have the equipment or where we engage service providers. By using the Services, you understand that:
– your Personal Data may be transferred to countries outside of your country of residence,
– to a business that may have data protection rules different from those of your country,
– in certain circumstances, courts, law enforcement, regulatory or security authorities in these other countries may have the right to access your Personal Data.