In compliance with the general information obligation contained in Article 10 of Law 34/2002 of 11 July on Information Society and e-Commerce Services, and by way of Article 11 of Statutory Law 3/2018 of 5 December on the Protection of Personal Data and Guarantee of Digital Rights (LOPDGDD), please be advised that the personal data supplied with your consent over the website, by telephone or by e-mail will be treated confidentially and will become part of a file owned by:


Tax ID: B86616372

AV/ de Fuencarral, 14-16, oficina B10.
28108 Alcobendas – Madrid

Listed in the Companies Register of Madrid under Volume 30578, Page 192, Section 8, Sheet M-550371.

In addition to this postal address, you may also use the following means to address your requests, issues and complaints:

  • Phone: (+34) 912 192 704
  • e-mail:

The purpose of processing the data provided will be to deal with your request for information, management and/or provision of the requested services, and it will not be transferred to third parties not involved in this purpose without the prior consent of the data subject, unless legally required to do so.
The lawful basis for processing the data is the explicit consent provided by the data subject, who will ensure that the data provided is adequate and truthful.
The duration of storage of your data in our systems will be for the duration of the relationship between the data subject and the controller, which will be erased when this ends, unless legally required to store it or whenever the data subject asks to withdraw their consent.
You are also informed that your data will not be used for profiling and will not be part of any automated decision-making process.
With regard to transfers of data to Third Countries, should this occur, please be advised that it will be solely for the aforementioned purpose.
You may exercise your rights of access, rectification, erasure (right to “be forgotten”), restricted processing, portability, and objection under the terms and conditions set out in the LOPDGDD, upon request sent to any of the aforementioned addresses.

In addition, the data subject may file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (phone: 901 100 099, CL/ Jorge Juan, 6. 28001 Madrid) or its on-line office ( at any time when it appears that the correct use of their personal data has been violated or any request to enforce their rights has not been addressed.

The user is responsible for reporting any change in the data provided, and is solely responsible for any direct or indirect damages or losses that they may cause to
or to any third party, by completing forms with false, inaccurate, incomplete or outdated data.
Where the user includes personal data of third parties, they must inform them of the provisions of this privacy policy prior to its inclusion, and is solely responsible for its inclusion.