In compliance with the reporting obligations contained in Article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, Services Information Society and Electronic Commerce, the following data are presented: The business owner Ride-On Consulting SL with tax office located in Plaza Juan XXIII 1, Esc. C 5º D, 31011 Pamplona (Navarra, Spain) and commercial office in C/ Francisco Alcántara, 3, 28002 Madrid (Spain) with VAT number: B87149654 (hereinafter, Ride-On). Info@ride-on.es.com contact email and phone number +34 912203636.
In accordance with the provisions of Art. 5 and 6 of the Organic Law 15/1999 of Protection of Personal Data, and Articles 12, 14 and 18 of RD 1720/2007 of December 21, we inform you that the data provided will become part of the file Customers Ride-On, expressly authorizing them undergo treatment to meet your request, both electronically and non-electronically. Likewise, it is informed of the possibility to exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition (under Articles 15, 16 and 17 of the Data Protection Act and Articles 23 to 36 inclusive of the RD 1720/2007 December 21) by writing to the following email address email@example.com and by writing to: Ride-On C/ Francisco Alcántara, 3, 28002 Madrid.
The information and contents contained in this website as well as the source code, graphic design, images, photographs, software and texts are protected by the Spanish laws on intellectual property and industrial for Ride-On reproduced and / or publication of all or part of the website or its processing, distribution, dissemination, modification, transformation or decompilation is not allowed in any way legally recognized rights of its holder, without the prior written consent of the same.
All rights under copyright are expressly reserved by Ride-On. The user only and exclusively use the material on this website for your personal and private use, being prohibited its use for commercial purposes or in illegal activities.
Ride-On will ensure compliance with the above conditions and the correct use of the contents presented in its website, exercising all civil and criminal penalties that apply in the case of infringement or violation of these rights by the user. Exclusion of guarantees and responsibility.
Ride-On reserves the right to make unannounced changes it deems appropriate in its Site may change, delete or add content and services provided through the same as the way in which they are presented or located on your Site.
Ride-On undertakes not to send commercial communications without identifying them as such, pursuant to the provisions of Law 34/2002 on Information Society and Electronic Commerce. For this purpose it will be considered as advertising information sent TO THE CLIENTS of Ride-Onsiempre that its object is to maintain the existing contractual relationship between client and Ride-On, as well as carrying out the tasks of information, training and other activities of the service that the customer has contracted with the company. Ride-Onse undertakes not to send commercial communications without Identifying them as such, in Accordance With the Provisions of Law 34/2002 on Information Society and Electronic Commerce. For th purpose it will be Considered as advertising information sent TO THE CLIENTS of Ride That STI Onsiempre object is to Maintain the Existing contractual relationship Between client and Ride-On, as well as carrying out the tasks of information, training and other activities of the service That the customer has contracted With the company.
Ride-On is not responsible for the breach of any applicable rule that may be incurred by user while accessing the website this website and / or use of the information contained therein.
These conditions shall be governed by Spanish law. In the event of any discrepancy or controversy with regard to the interpretation or application of these conditions, or which relate to the use of the Website, Ride-On and the USER agree, waiving their own jurisdiction if what they had definitely resolve it through arbitration, to be held in the city of Madrid, under the Arbitration Act of December 5, 1988.
Both parties agree to accept and comply with the arbitration award and, to be precise formalization or judicial enforcement of the award, or in the event that the arbitration is not put into effect by mutual agreement of the parties, or be declared void both parties, waiving their own jurisdiction, if they did, submit to the Courts, qualified for the jurisdiction of Ride-On.