In accordance with the valid Organic Law 15/1999 On Data Protection, Montealto reports that the personal data of the users on the website www.montealto.es is incorporated into a data file of a personal character for internal use in the offering and contracting of Montealto’ services. o the user is informed that they may at any time exercise the right to access, change, cancel and oppose this by notifying Montealto, C/ Ingeniero Juan de la Cierva s/n 14013 Córdoba, Tel. 957470574, Fax 957471964, e-mail email@example.com
I also provide my consent for the granting of my personal data to companies in collaboration with Energía Aljaval to improve its services whether in Spain or abroad, as long as they respect Spanish legislation on personal data protection.
The data the user provides to Energía Aljaval is truthful and accurate. So besides being the sole responsible for any damage or harm, direct or indirect, that may effect Montealto or any third party due to non-compliance of these terms.
Montealto guarantees the confidentiality of the personal data provided by the users collected via its server.
Montealto is responsible for the file where this personal data is saved, and has taken the measures to guarantee the safety and protection of its information systems along with the data of its clients stored here.
The user can configure his/her browser to be notified of the reception of “cookies” and to stop them from being installed on their hard-drive.
When an obligatory data-collection procedure begins, a negative response to providing this data implies not providing the service being requested. There is the chance of providing data voluntarily to improve our services.
When the user´s email is required to access some of our services, the user can state to not want to receive commercial offers from Montealto which are not necessary for the service requested. Montealto will provide the user registered in an email list the necessary resources to unregister.
The use by minors of the services offered in this web site must be previously authorised by their parents, guardian or legal representative, since they are considered as responsible for the acts performed by the minors under their supervision.