Privacy Policy

Polo JCP, Lda is responsible for its websites and is committed to guarantee the privacy of personal data collected and / or transmitted online. The security and privacy of the data of your subscribers, registered users and unregistered users (hereinafter referred to, all of them generically as Users) are aspects that are of crucial importance to the company.

Please, read the following text to understand and know how the information you provide will be treated by Polo JCP, Lda, giving your consent in an informed and informed way.

Polo JCP, Lda, Lda reserves the right to change the privacy policy, so it is advisable to read this document regularly.

If you have any questions or if you have any questions, you can contact us at geral@polo-jcp.com or +351 253 287 123  (working days, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and 14:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.).

PRIVACY POLICY

In order to improve the service offered to all Users of the websites of Polo JCP, Lda, at the level of news content, advertising, or any other service, our company collects information from its Users. This document aims to clarify what information we collect as well as the options we offer to our Users to have access to this information.

INFORMATION COLLECTED

Personal data

All data collected by Polo JCP, Lda, Lda are information provided voluntarily by the User who consents to the same collection when subscribing and / or registering on our websites www.polo-jcp.com; www.creativearq.com; www.pladec.pt; www.ceramista.pt; www.lusopanel.pt; www.for-arte.com and www.thepoloart.com. Or in any of its subdomains (collectively, designated by websites).

Register on websites

When a User registers in the websites of Polo JCP, Lda, can be requested the name, surname, profession, company and contacts, namely, address, telephone, mobile phone and e-mail address. We also ask you to enter a password.

Other information collected

A Polo JCP, Lda, automatically collects information whenever someone visits your websites. We obtains information from the User’s computer and assigns it a ‘cookie’ (small package of information about that User) when someone visits your websites. This data is not provided by the User – it is collected automatically as a means of facilitating the links to the websites and their use.
We use cookies and other similar technologies to facilitate and record in particular which services you use on websites. These technologies can also be used when sending HTML e-mail messages.