LEGAL NOTICE & GDPR
Registered address : 2 rue d’Hauteville – 75010 PARIS – France
Registered in Paris RCS under the number 843 204 603
EU VAT number FR 00 843 204 603
President : Mr Marc Van Peteghem
The use of any document from the AYRO website is permitted only for information and personal use. Reuse, reproduction, transcription or alteration of any part of this website, for other purposes, is strictly forbidden, unless prior written permission has been obtained from:
AYRO – 2 rue d’Hauteville – 75010 PARIS – France
Access to the website
AYRO reserves the right to fully or partially alter, cancel, suspend, or interrupt, at anytime, for any reason, and at its own discretion, access to the website, including its content, functionalities, or hours of availability, without prior notice.
Responsibility for the content
AYRO takes all reasonable care to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information posted on this website, and reserves the right to correct its content anytime without prior notice. Users are warned that they are responsible for seeking information through other means, for example by phoning our office. We therefore accept no responsibility: for any imprecision, inaccuracy or omission dealing with information posted on this website; for any damage resulting from the fraudulent intrusion of a user resulting in an alteration of information available on the webpage.
External websites with hyperlinks to this website are not controlled by AYRO, which therefore accepts no responsibility for their content. These hyperlinks are in no way equivalent to approbation or partnership with AYRO, these external websites being subject to their own terms and conditions, and their own privacy policies.
The products, brand names, signatures and brand images mentioned on this website are owned by their respective companies.
GDRP disclaimer information
AYRO SAS and its staffs (the “Company”) are implementing processing of personal data.
The processing of personal data is based on:
- The legitimate interest pursued by the Company when it pursues the following purposes:
- Management of the relationship with its customers and prospects;
- Organization, registration and invitation to events;
- The performance of pre-contractual measures or the contract when it implements a treatment that contains personal data for the purpose of:
- Production, management, follow-up of client files;
- The respect of legal and regulatory obligations when it implements a treatment whose purpose is:
- The prevention of money laundering and the financing of terrorism and the fight against corruption;
The Company keeps the data only for the duration necessary for the operations for which they were collected and in compliance with the regulations in force.
In this regard, customer data are kept for the duration of the contractual relationship plus 3 years for animation and prospecting purposes, without prejudice to the conservation obligations or limitation periods. For the purpose of money laundering prevention and terrorist financing, the data are kept 5 years after the end of the relationship with the Company. In accounting matters, they are kept for 10 years from the end of the financial year.
Prospect data is retained for a period of 3 years if no participation or registration in the Company’s events has taken place.
The processed data is intended for authorized persons of the company, as well as its service providers.
Under the conditions defined by the Data Protection Act and the European Data Protection Regulation, natural persons have the right of access to data concerning them, rectification, interrogation, limitation, portability, data protection and data protection.
The persons concerned by the processing operations also have the right to object at any time, for reasons relating to their particular situation, to a processing of personal data whose legal basis is the legitimate interest of the Company, as well as a right of opposition to commercial prospecting.
They also have the right to define general and specific guidelines defining the way they intend to exercise, after their death, the rights mentioned above by e-mail to the following address:
AYRO, 2 rue d’Hauteville, 75010 PARIS, France, accompanied a copy of a signed identity document.