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The General Data Protection Regulation, or RGPD, is a new European regulation that will apply after 25 May 2018 and aims to make personal data legislation equal across the European Union, increasing protection and protecting its citizens.

Additional information on the topic

CNPD - National Commission for Data Protection

EU Information



"Personal data is information relating to a living, identified or identifiable person. Also personal data is the collection of separate information that can lead to the identification of a specific person.", this can be read at:
This applies to an address, email contact, telephone number, IP address, cookies, or any other data that can identify a person.


Your data is collected orally, in writing or via access to our website, landing pages or social media presence.
We do not perform data collection indirectly.


This analysis, due to its generalist content, cannot be exhaustive, however we present here the points considered relevant.

  • Invoicing management
  • Contact management
  • Commission management
  • Complaints management
  • Fraud analysis and illicit situations
  • Direct marketing


Right of Access - You can request a copy of the data being held and ask how it is processed and for what purpose.
Right to Rectification - You have the right to correct existing information about you, such as an email or telephone contact.
Right to be Forgotten - You may request that information held about you be removed, subject to there being valid grounds for not doing so, such as legal obligations.
Right to Portability - You have the right to have access to information in a standard and machine-readable format, as long as it is technically possible.
Right to object - You can object to your data being used for direct marketing purposes.
Right not to be subject to automated decisions - You have the right to request human intervention in processes that are commonly automated (such as Profiling).


You have direct access to the management of your data through your customer area. Here you can exercise your right to access and rectify your data independently. You can also apply for data portability.

The right to forget is also possible and must be done through a written request in the same customer area, being limited to the existence of valid grounds for which this is not possible, namely legal obligations.