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Legal Advice

General information according to Article 10 of LSSI

  • Comercial Name: Establecimientos Baixens, S.L.
  • C.I.F: B-46/915393
  • Telephone: 96 175 08 34
  • E-Mail:
  • Domain Name:
  • Address: Pol. Ind. Moncarra, s/n , 46470, Alginet, Valencia (SPAIN)
  • General File of administration: 2092511094
  • Labour file: 2092511091
  • Costumer-supplier file: 2092511096



In accordance with the provisions of article 10 of the Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and E-Commerce (hereinafter, LSSI-CE, after its acronym in Spanish), we expressly, precisely and unequivocally inform, both to service users and to the relevant bodies, of the following matters regarding the service provider of the information society:
Tax ID:  B46915393
ACTIVITY: Manufacturing of putties, plasters, adhesive cement, mortars, paint, and sealing products.
ADDRESS: Pol. Ind. Moncarra, s/n , 46470, Alginet, Valencia (SPAIN)
TEL.  +34 96 1750834
REGISTRATION DETAILS IN TRADE REGISTRY: Valencia Trade Registry. Volume 3066, Book 382, Page 116, Section 8, Sheet V 5480

In Europe and Spain, there are data protection rules in order to protect the personal data we need you to provide us with.

Therefore, it is very important for us that you have a clear understanding on what we are going to do with the personal data we ask you for.

Therefore, we can be more transparent and allow you to control your data, explaining the options clearly and in simple language so you can decide what we do with your personal data.

Should you have any further questions once you have read this information, please contact us.

We appreciate your collaboration.
1. Contact our data protection officer
Did you know that we have a data protection officer who you can contact with all your claims, queries and suggestions about the use of your personal data?
Our data protection officer is called AUDIDAT and the contact information is as follows:

Contact telephone: 96 131 88 04
Contact email address:
Web page:

2. What are we going to use your data for?
Generally, your personal data will be used to be able to build a relationship with you, to offer you our services and deal with any requests you have made through our online forms.
In addition, it may also be used for other activities, such as sending you marketing or promotional information about our activities.

3. Why do we need to use your data?
Your personal data is necessary for us to build a relationship with you and provide you with our services, for which we are legally allowed to use your data.
However, there are certain situations in which we will need your prior permission before we carry out certain activities, such as sending you marketing information or publishing your image on the Internet. Therefore, we provide you with a series of checkboxes which allow you to decide in a simple and clear way how your personal data is used.

4. Who will have access to the information we ask you for?
Generally, only the staff at our company who are duly authorised to access the information you provide us with.
Likewise, those entities which need access to your information so that we can provide you with our services may also have access to your personal data. As an example, our bank will have access to your data if you pay for our services using a bank card or bank transfer.
In addition, in cases in which we are legally bound to do so, we will also provide access to your data to the relevant public or private entities. As an example, the Tax Law obliges us to provide Inland Revenue with certain information on financial transactions which exceed a certain amount.
In the event that, with the exception of the circumstances mentioned above, we need to share your personal data with other entities, we will first ask for your permission giving you clear options so you can decide on this matter.

5. How are we going to protect your data?
We will protect your data with efficient security measures to suit the risk involved in using your information.
To this end, our company has approved a Data Protection Policy, and will perform checks and annual audits to ensure that your personal data is secure at all times.

6. Do we send your data to other countries?
There are many countries which deal with data securely, and others not so much. For example, the European Union is a very secure environment for your data. Our policy is not to send personal data to any country which is not secure with regard to the protection of your data.
In the event that, in order to provide you with the service, it is necessary to send your data to a country which is not as secure as Spain, we will always ask for your permission first and we will apply efficient security measures which reduce the risks of sending your personal data to another country.

7. How long are we going to store your data for?
We will store your data during the course of our relationship and so long as we are legally obliged to do so. Once these periods are over, we will proceed to remove your data in a secure and environmentally friendly way.

8. What are your data protection rights?
At any time you can contact us to find out what information we have about you, rectify it if necessary and erase it once our relationship has finished, whenever legally possible.
You also have the right to request the portability of your data to another entity. This right is known as “data portability” and can be useful in certain situations.
To request any of these rights, you must make a written request to our address, attaching a photocopy of your ID document so we can correctly identify you.
Here at our offices, we have specific forms for requesting these rights, and we can help you complete them.
To learn more about your data protection rights, you can visit the webpage of the Spanish Data Protection Agency (

9. Can you revoke your consent if you change your mind in the future?
You can revoke your consent if you change your mind about the use of your data at any time.
For example, if at one time you were interested in receiving marketing information about our products or services, but have now decided you don't want to receive this information any more, you can let us know by completing the relevant form which is available at our office.

10. In the event that you believe your rights have been violated, where can you present a complaint?
In the event that you believe your rights have been violated by our company, you can make a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency, via any of the following methods:
Web page:
Postal address:
Spanish Data Protection Agency 
C/ Jorge Juan, 6
By telephone
Tel 901 100 099
Tel 91 266 35 17
Making a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency is free of charge and does not require the intervention of a lawyer or solicitor.

11. Do we create profiles about you?
Our policy is not to create profiles about the users of our services.
However, there may be situations in which, in order to provide a service, be it commercial or of any other type, we may need to create information profiles about you. An example may be the use of your purchasing or service history in order to offer you products or services which best suit your tastes or needs.
In such cases, we will always inform you first and apply efficient security measures which protect your data at all times from unauthorised people who may try to use it for their own means.
12. Do we use your data for other purposes?
Our policy is not to use your data for other purposes other than those which we have explained above. However, if we need to use your data for different activities, we will always ask for your permission first offering you clear options so you can decide on this matter.
13. Quality of the data processed
Our policy is not to collect data from people under the age of 13. In the event that a person under 13 provides us with their data, we will immediately destroy it.

You should not provide us with false information or data of third parties without their consent. You are responsible for the accuracy and truth of the data provided.