Personal Trainers, is a legal person and within its commercial activity it may be necessary to collect personal data from its customers / users. Considering the customers' right to privacy, Personal Trainers does not collect any personal information without the prior consent of its holders.
Regarding the navigation and use of the Personal Trainers website by its users, to optimize and improve the browsing experience, data is collected through cookies that may or may not be stored on the user's computer / navigation device.
It is intended to demonstrate in a clear way the collection and use of these Cookies, their purpose and protection of data collected in the use of the website.
When browsing the website, personal data are not automatically collected without prior consent.
In any case, Personal Trainers does not sell the personal data that may be collected in any way, nor does it transmit them to third parties without the prior consent of the holders, except as required by law.
2. Entity Responsible for the Processing of Personal Data
Regarding Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, designated as RGPD – General Data Protection Regime, the entity responsible for the collection and processing of personal data is Personal Trainers, headquartered at Avenida da Républica nº1, 8000-078 Faro, Taxpayer 211888621.
Although the entity is not obliged to appoint a Data Protection Officer, internally it has a DPO for dealing with matters related to Personal Data Protection, which can be contacted by registered letter sent to Personal Trainers, Avenida da Républica nº1, 8000-078 Faro or via email [email protected]
3. Definition of Personal Data
Any information, in any written, magnetic or digital medium relating to the identification of a natural person or that may be identifiable.
When browsing the website, whenever identification and collection of personal data is required, the user will have to authorize its collection through authorization mechanisms that may vary depending on the case, but which will be clear in their purpose and intuitive as to their use. For example, in a contact form, there will be a checkbox where the user must click authorizing the collection and processing of personal data entered in the form and subsequent contact by Personal Trainers. However, it should be noted that without authorization for data processing, Personal Trainers will have no way of contacting the user.
5. Personal data to be collected
The personal data to be collected from the user will only be those necessary for the indicated treatment. The collection is generally done through a form that will have the identification of its purpose and authorization to collect the data when applicable. Depending on the type of purpose, the following may be requested: Name, Telephone, Email, tax number among others. Only those marked as mandatory will be necessary and essential for the activity, the others being optional based on the data subject's voluntary decision.
6. Purpose, accuracy and data collection
The accuracy of the personal data provided is the sole responsibility of the holder thereof, and Personal Trainers cannot be held responsible for its inaccuracy or inaccuracy.
Identification data are necessary for the activity and/or for the fulfillment of legal obligations and for the time necessary for its purpose or until the right of opposition, deletion or consent is withdrawn. The processing of personal data is essential and is consented to by the user and without which the Personal Trainers business relationship is not possible.
Examples of data processing purposes:
CRM (Customer Relationship Manager): Management of contacts, information, customers, suppliers, market research, support requests, invoicing, collections and payments, among others.
Accounting Management: Invoicing, accounting, tax information, sending a SAFT-PT file to the tax authority, among others.
Marketing: creation of consumption profiles (aggregated data), analysis of products and services by profile, among others.
Control and security management: access logs, incidents, physical and online security, physical and remote system surveillance. Management of protection measures, firewall,