1. ESSENTIAL INFORMATION ON DATA PROTECTION

 

Who are the data controllers that are responsible for your data?
The PAGAMASTARDE, S.L.U. and PAGANTIS, S.A.U. entities, which make up the PAGANTIS Group (all of which will be termed “PAGANTIS”, hereinafter).

 

What is the purpose of processing your data?

To enable us to send the information requested of PAGANTIS.

 

What are the legal grounds for processing your data?

Legitimate interest.

 

Who do we provide your data to?

Your data is not disclosed to any third parties.

 

What are your rights?

The rights to access, rectification, erasure and others are explained in the following additional information.

 

2. ADDITIONAL, DETAILED INFORMATION ON DATA PROTECTION

Who are the data controllers that are responsible for your data?

The data controllers are as follows:

Pagantis, S.A.U.

Spanish Company Tax Identification Number (C.I.F.): A-85827335.

Postal address: Paseo de la Castellana 95. Torre Europa, 28046, Madrid.

Phone number: +34 (0) 607 52 02 48.

E-mail: servicioatencioncliente@pagantis.com

Data Protection Officer contact details: dpo@pagantis.com

 

Pagamastarde, S.L.U.

Spanish Company Tax Identification Number (C.I.F.): B-65528499

Postal address: Paseo de la Castellana 95, Torre Europa, 28046, Madrid, Spain.

Phone number: +34 (0) 937 065 139

E-mail: legal@pagamastarde.com

Data Protection Officer contact details: dpo@pagamastarde.com

 

For what purpose are we processing your data?

Your data is processed to manage the process of sending the information you request from us via the website www.pagantis.com, in relation to the financial and payment products and services provided by PAGANTIS.

 

How long will we store your data for?

The data will be stored for as long as any contractual relation that exists is maintained and, once this is finalised, for as many years as necessary to comply with the existing legal obligations. However, if erasure of the data is requested, and this is warranted, the data will be blocked to comply with the existing legal obligations.

 

What are the legal grounds for processing your data?

The legal grounds for processing your data is the legitimate interest of PAGANTIS in sending you the information that you may request from us, in relation to the products and services of the data controllers which make up PAGANTIS.

 

To which recipients will your data be sent?

Your data will not be sent to any third parties.

 

What are your rights when you provide us with your data?

The rights you have from the moment you provide us with your data are as follows:

  • Right to Information: Any person has the right to obtain confirmation of whether we are processing personal data which concern him or her.
  • Rights to Access, Rectification and Erasure: data subjects have the right to access their personal data, to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where applicable, to request their erasure when, among other motives, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes they were collected for.
  • Right to Restriction: in certain circumstances, data subjects may request the processing of their data to be restricted, in which case we will store them only for the exercise or defence of claims.
  • Right to Object: in certain circumstances and for reasons related to their specific situation, data subjects may also object to the processing of their data. In this case, we will stop processing their data, except if there are compelling legitimate grounds, or for the exercise or defence of potential claims.
  • Right to Portability: Data subjects may also request, where possible, the portability of their data to other service providers, provided that beforehand the data have been used or processed with their consent or due to the existence of a contract.

To find out how you can exercise these rights, please contact:

  • By post: DIGITAL ORIGIN, Paseo de la Castellana 95, Torre Europa, 28046 de Madrid; or
  • By e-mail: info@pagantis.com

 

In any case, you have the right to withdraw the consent given at any time. You also have the right to file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD).