Spirit of the Nomad International AB (”we” or ”us”) care about your integrity.
We therefore always strive to protect your personal data in the best possible way and to comply with all laws and regulations concerning data protection, as applicable from time to time.
Through this policy, we would like to inform you of how your personal data will be processed by us and our use of so-called cookies.
This policy covers all data collected in the context of your purchases made from us as well as when using our webpage.
Who is responsible for your personal data?
Spirit of the Nomad International AB, company identity number 559205-8456, with offices at Bergstigen 4, 182 78, Stocksund, Sweden, telephone number +46 (700) 819012 is responsible for the processing of your personal data (the data controller).
You may contact our data protection by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What types of personal data do we process?
We will process the personal data that you have provided to us, that we collect through our webpage or from a third party, e.g. information that we obtain from third party suppliers within the context of our participation in advertising networks.
Personal data that you have provided to us: When you make a purchase or sign up for our newsletter, you will provide certain information about yourself to us. In some cases, you may also provide additional information for other reasons. The information that you provide may, for example, be your name, your contact details and address, your personal preferences, and your phone number.
Personal data that we have collected from you: We will process information about your purchase, including your purchase history. When you visit our webpage, we will also collect personal data automatically, for example, information about your IP address and what products you have looked at and placed in your basket. In some cases, we may also process information about you for marketing purposes, to improve your customer experience as well as information about you that we have purchased or obtained from public records and databases.
For what purposes do we process your personal data?
Administration of your purchase and fraud protection
We process your name, email address, delivery address, home address, and phone number (”your contact details”) to administer your purchase and to perform our obligations towards you in your capacity of our customer. The legal basis for these processing activities is that they are necessary for us to perform the agreement concerning your purchase. Should you not provide your contact details to us, we will not be able to complete your purchase or otherwise perform our obligations toward you.
We also process your contact details and information about your purchase to process any claim from you concerning your withdrawal from an agreement as well as claims concerning warranty and complaints. The legal basis for these processing activities is that they are necessary for our performance of the agreement with you concerning your purchase.
We may also process all of your personal data for the purposes of fraud protection. The legal basis for this processing is our legitimate interest in fraud detection and protection.
Marketing of our products via email
Should you consent to this in the context of completing a purchase, we will also use your name and email address to market our products via email by sending you our newsletter and promotional offers. We will also send you our newsletter should you specifically request so by using the designated form on our webpage. In order for you to receive offers that are relevant for you, we will in some cases customize the contents of the marketing by using Profiling Data (please see below for an explanation of this concept). The legal basis for this processing of personal data is your consent, which you do not have to provide in order to complete a purchase.
When using our webpage, we will automatically collect and analyze your IP address, your purchase history, data about products you have shown interest for and your browsing activities on our webpage (“Profiling Data”). In this process, we use Google Analytics. Our analysis of Profiling Data provides us with enhanced knowledge and understanding of our customers in general and enables us to present offers directly on our webpage that we believe you might be interested in (so-called profiling). The legal basis of these processing activities is our legitimate interest in developing our business and to promote products to you that we believe you might be interested in.
To prevent information about you being saved via Google Analytics, you may use a browser add-on.
If you have consented to receive marketing via email, we will, as indicated in the above, also use the result of our analysis of Profiling Data to customize our promotional offers to you.
Our suppliers and we process and store your personal data within the EEA.
How long do we keep your personal data for?
Personal data that we process to administer your purchase or to perform our obligations toward you under an agreement will not be stored for longer than necessary for us to administer your purchase or perform our agreement with you.
For bookkeeping purposes, we store information about our agreement with you under applicable accounting legislation for seven years.
Provided that you have consented to receive marketing via email from us, we will store your name and email address for this purpose until you deregister, ask us to stop contacting you or object to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes.
Your personal data may be stored for longer than indicated in the above should have to by law, regulation or a decision by an authority.
Profiling Data will be erased six months from collection or earlier, should you object to profiling in the manner described in the following paragraph.
As provided for under applicable data protection law, you are entitled to access information about what personal data we process about you free of charge and to request the correction of your personal data. Should you wish to receive such information, you are welcome to request it by contacting us via letter or email. Our contact details are stated above. Until 25 May 2018, we are required by law to only provide you with such information following a written application signed by you personally.
In certain circumstances, you are also entitled to request erasure or restriction of your personal data and/or to object to our processing of such. You are also entitled to submit complaints to the Swedish Data Protection Authority (Datainspektionen) or any other supervisory authority with competence to conduct supervision of companies processing of personal data within the EEA.
You are also in certain circumstances entitled to receive the personal data concerning you that you have provided to us in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format and to have such data to another data controller (so-called data portability).
How can you contact us?