At Söpö jewellery, we take our responsibilities under current data protection regulations seriously. We recognise the importance of the personal data you have entrusted to us and are committed to properly managing, protecting and processing this data.
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Use of personal data
Söpö jewellery processes online customers’ personal data for the managing and processing of orders and deliveries, managing customer relations and for direct marketing purposes. We also process the information of online visitors for trend detection and analytics.
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What data do we process
We process the following personal customer data:
Basic information on customer:
– user and customer IDs
– telephone number
– e-mail address
Data associated with purchases made online and in stores
– Receipt data
– Data on orders, deliveries and returns
– The delivery and reception data from the survey sent following service or purchase and the customer’s responses
Personal data will never be transferred for marketing purposes to any third parties outside our company and our collaborators. We will not sell your personal data to any third parties.
However, if necessary, we may disclose your personal information to comply with applicable laws or government requirements in order to safeguard our legal interests or to detect or prevent fraud and security or technical issues.
Only in the case where it is agreed upon with a client directly can any information be otherwise used externally.