Privacy Policy

In accordance with the provisions of Act 15/1999, dated December the 13th, Protection of Personal Data (Protección de Datos de Carácter Personal), JAIME DE LA PUENTE NIF: 53392483F, of Ronda de La Sacedilla 17, 28221, Majadahonda, Madrid, as holder of the registered trademark IMBORRABLE and owner of the portal www.imborrable.com declares ownership of a database containing personal data, for which appropriate security measures are in place. This database is duly registered with the Data Protection Agency.

By providing data through the registration form, you expressly agree to the inclusion of that data in the aforementioned database to process the order, to expedite and facilitate purchases through the portal and allow access to user purchase history. The completion and sending of the electronic registration form on www.imborrable.com implies your express consent to receive email updates on special discounts and promotions offered by the company, and any information on topics, activities or events relating to IMBORRABLE, without prejudice to your right to revoke this consent at your discretion. Therefore, you accept and give your express consent to the use of email as a valid means of communication when using this portal.

To register as a user on www.imborrable.com, you must complete the initial electronic form and accept the privacy policy of the website. Upon registering, you will be asked for information required to process the purchase of your selected products. Where the user is asked to provide data, they will be informed which fields are mandatory and that failure to complete these fields will prevent successful registration to the portal.

At registration, the user has the option to select automatic log-in, which allows direct access to their details, facilitating the purchasing process. This automatic recognition is carried out by cookies, therefore should the user connect to www.imborrable.com from a new device or if the user has cleared their temporary internet files (cache memory and/or cookies), they will be prompted to log into the website.

The user may reject cookies by altering their browser settings. If this configuration is selected, the user may not be able to access particular parts of the website or make use of some of our services. Our system will produce cookies when the user connects to our site regardless of browser settings.

Upon registering, the user can request to receive email updates about promotions and news related to the IMBORRABLE trademark by ticking the relevant box.

The user has full access to their private profile and can modify, edit or delete the information provided. The user may also deregister directly, via a request sent to TYPE@IMBORRABLE.ES or via a written request addressed to the owner of the portal, with a photocopy of a valid identification document.

The user guarantees that the personal data provided are true to the best of their knowledge and that they are obliged to communicate any changes to the data. Equally, the user guarantees that that all of the information provided is accurate and up to date. Furthermore, the user shall ensure their data is kept current and is solely responsible for any inaccuracy or falsity in the information and for any subsequent damages to JAIME DE LA PUENTE as owner of the IMBORRABLE trademark and the portal www.imborrable.com, or to any affected third parties.

Be advised that you may, with respect to the data collected in the manner described above, exercise the rights recognised by Act 15/1999 of access, correction or cancelation of data and the right to objection. These rights may be exercised by sending a signed written request, together with a photocopy of a valid identification document, by postal service to IMBORRABLE, Att. Jaime de la Puente, Ronda de la Sacedilla, 17, Bajo B, 28221, Majadahonda, Madrid, Spain.

The owner commits to respecting the confidentiality of the data held in the database, and shall comply with their obligation to keep securely, taking reasonable measures to prevent alteration, loss, unauthorised access or use of the data, in accordance with the provisions of the Royal Decree 1720/2007, dated December the 21st, approving the Regulation to implement Act 15/1999, dated December the 13th, Protection of Personal Data.


Cookie Policy

IMBORRABLE uses cookies to facilitate the webpage www.imborrable.com and to adapt the content to facilitate user navigation.

The website complies with data privacy legislation relating to cookies in accordance with Act 34/2002, dated July the 11th, Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, which transposes to Spanish law the EU Directive 2009/136/EC, also known as “The Cookies Directive”. The following paragraphs list the cookies used by the website, the reasons for their use and the options available to the user.

What are cookies? A cookie is a small file made of a string of characters that is sent to and stored on your computer, mobile phone or any other device used to browse the Internet, whenever you visit a website. Cookies are stored on the hard disk of the user terminal. They cannot read the data contained in the disk or cookie files created by other websites. No personal or financial data is collected through cookies.

Advantages of cookies: Some cookies can be very useful, as they facilitate the navigation of webpages you have visited several times. Cookies are used to enhance user experience. For example, they can store user preferences, items in an online shopping basket, help us to understand how users navigate our website and to adapt displayed content to their particular interests and needs.

None of the cookies used in our webpages collect personally identifiable data. For more information about the use of cookies, see www.allaboutcookies.org or www.aboutcookies.org

TYPES OF COOKIE

  • Session cookies: These temporary cookies are held in the cookie file of a device’s browser until the browser is closed. They may enable certain site functions and are also used by the server to save or recall information about user activities, for instance, throughout an online process to avoid having to re-enter information. The session cookies we use are strictly necessary either for the IMBORRABLE website to work properly or to ensure customers’ security.

  • Persistent cookies: These cookies remain in the browser’s cookie file for a longer time (the length of time depends on the type of cookie used). In general, persistent cookies can be used to track website visits and control how people interact with and navigate a website. The cookies used on the IMBORRABLE website help us improve the user experience by providing information on how the site is being used.

    Google Analytics cookies fall under this category. These are used to compile anonymous aggregate statistics on how users navigate the website and subsequently help us to improve its structure. It is not possible for IMBORRABLE or any third party to identify the user through these cookies.

- COOKIES WE USE ON OUR WEBSITE

  • Cookie Prestashop: a single encrypted cookie that stores all session information of customers/visitors.

  • Cookie de Google Analytics: persistent, performance cookies, used as part of our web analytic activities to control traffic and compile reports on how users navigate our website. The cookies are used to capture anonymous data about user experience. This information is aggregated and allows us to analyse trends and implement improvements to the website. See below for a more detailed explanation of each type of Google Analytics cookie.
    - UTMA: this cookie tracks the number of times a user has visited our webpage from their first visit, and when they last visited.
    - UTMB y UTMC: two cookies that work together to calculate the duration of a visit. UTMB registers the time a visitor enters the website, while UTMC registers the time a visitor exits the site. UTMB expires when the session ends. UTMC expires 30 minutes after the end of the session (this time lapse ensures no additional activity is carried out).
    - UTMZ: this cookie tracks where a visitor has come from, for example, which search engine they used, which link was clicked, what key word they searched and from which part of the world the user has accessed our website.
    - UTMV: this is a cookie used to split out data by demographic, obtained through quoting software.

  • Cookie_ue: A cookie for storing user acceptance of our cookie policy. Once the policy has been accepted, the prompt will not reappear. 

- THE USE OF COOKIES VIA ASSOCIATED OR THIRD PARTY WEBSITES

The Customer should be aware that our website contains links to other websites. We accept no responsibility for the content of these websites or the cookies they use. If you decide to access another website via our site, you should find out about their use of cookies.

- MANAGING AND CLEARING COOKIES

The Customer may accept, reject or clear cookies from any website through their browser configuration. Most browsers allow the user to accept or reject all cookies, accept some specific cookies or set a requirement for websites to request permission each time they need to store a cookie. The process for managing and clearing cookies varies by browser. The browser’s Help function will lay out the steps the user will need to take.