Privacy Policy

Data Protection Notice

TALLERES BOLUETA   S.L. It has a website and data collection forms, so that users of the page can contact the company or send their questions and suggestions, must comply with legal requirements for data protection in this environment. In this case, you can hang this clause next to the form.

First level information:

«Basic information on data protection»


Objective Manage the request/ information received via the form

Legitimization Consent of the person concerned.

Recipients The data will not be transmitted to third parties, unless required by law.

Rights To Access, Correct and Delete Data, as well as Other

 Rights, as explained in the additional information.

You can consult the additional and detailed information on the protection of additional data in our head office.

Until you tell us otherwise, we understand that your data has not been modified, that you agree to inform us of any variation and that you maintain your consent to use it for the purposes mentioned.

Receipt of data through this form, if you have not freely, affirmatively and voluntarily consented to its processing and storage will be immediately deleted without any such action being taken.

Second level information:


 CIF: B48447759




 Purpose: to manage the application/ information received via the form at the request of the interested party

Purpose Automated Decisions: NEVER

 Duration of retention of your data: Two years, unless requested to be deleted by the person concerned

Legitimization Consent of the person concerned.


 The data will not be transmitted to third parties, unless required by law. Right to request access to personal data concerning the interested party, right to request rectification or deletion, right to request limitation of processing, and right to object to processing, Right to data portability, Rights of legitimating recipients


You may exercise any of the above rights at the address indicated in the «Responsible» section. At this same address, or by e-mail, you can request to develop information about these rights or your practice. Finally, you can make a complaint to the competent data protection supervisory authority, in particular when you have not been satisfied in the exercise of your rights. Contact information for this organization is available at