To register as an inWallet user, you are to provide us with your identification and contact data, as well as the number of at least one of your credit or debit cards, and any other information required on these, which shall be established as your favourite payment card to begin shopping.
So that we can process your user registration, you must provide all the information marked as required. The card validity must be verified by either providing us with additional information or authorising us to process your data in order to charge your card through the micropayment security system.
2. DATA COLLECTION AND MAIN PURPOSE FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA
The personal data you provide us with shall be subject to processing in a file under the responsibility of Fashion Retail, who collects and processes your data to identify you as a user of the Service and provide you with access to the functionalities and applications available.
Failure to provide all information marked as required may result in it not being possible to manage your registration as a user of the App.
You may provide us with different types of personal data (such as your name, image (photo), billing or delivery addresses, telephone number, email address or debit or credit card number, Affinity card or gift or credit voucher cards from online stores and physical stores for Zara, Bershka, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius, Zara Homeor any brands belonging at present or in the future to the Inditex Group) through the Service, both when registering as well as subsequently, which shall be processed by Fashion Retail for the following purposes:
i. The development, fulfilment and execution of the Service, through which you may:
- receive and access your receipts -and other associated documents- in electronic format, related to purchases made in Stores, whose payment is initiated with the Service, or have been included through the functionalities of scanning or receiving Store receipts, as well as the linking of online accounts, or any other that are available and are part of the Service (hereinafter the "Electronic Receipt").
ii. provide information regarding the use of transactions performed through the Service. The inWallet Service allows you to access information on transactions initiated through it.
iii. address any requests that you may present;
iv. Manage the different functionalities accessible through the Service, subject to availability, and whose details regarding the processing of personal data are described in the corresponding section of the inWallet Terms and Conditions.
v. Provide information on the functionalities, updates or new features of the Service, including the sending of communications by electronic means (e-mail, SMS, notifications through the app, etc.).
3. OTHER REQUIRED USES OF THE DATA:
To use the inWallet Services in Stores it is necessary for us to pass on the required information to the entity to which the Store belongs, in accordance with the required security protocols, for the provision of the corresponding service from your user account.
To fulfil the purposes described in the preceding paragraph, it may therefore be necessary to communicate or transfer the information provided by you to the Holding company of the Inditex Group [Industria de Diseño Textil, S.A. (INDITEX, S.A.)], as well as to those member companies of the Inditex Group, owners of the Stores in United Kingdom, namely Fashion Retail, S.A., Zara UK, LTD., Massimo Dutti UK, LTD., Zara Home UK, LTD., Bershka UK, LTD., Pull&Bear UK, LTD., Stradivarius UK Ltd. , or any other company within the Inditex Group that may correspond at any given time, in so far that these are directly involved. Hence, by registering and providing information through this Service, you expressly authorise us to communicate and/or transfer such data to the abovementioned companies.
Also, if necessary for the fulfilment of the above purposes, as well as for Service development or support, third-party providers of technology services, economic transaction management, customer services, or analysis of transactions made through the Services can access your personal data in order to provide our user customers with adequate guarantees for those transactions initiated with inWallet. Your authorisation includes those cases in which, for the efficiency of the service concerned, the providers may be located in the United States or in other countries or territories outside of the European Economic Area, with whom data processing agreements required in accordance with the applicable regulations, will have been be signed.
I. SAVING CARD DATA.
By activating and using the Service, as an inWallet user, you expressly authorise us to process the data marked as required for its activation and development
By saving your card details you allow us to use these to initiate payments for purchases made through the Service, making it unnecessary to re-enter the details for each purchase process. Such data shall be deemed to be valid and current in order to initiate payments for your purchases using these.
You can change the card established as your favourite or revoke your consent to process it at any time through the App.
You can also manage your preferences with regard to its data at any time, or revoke your consent to process these through the App.
The Service stores and transfers your card data in accordance with the main international confidentiality and security standards for credit and debit cards.
II. ELECTRONIC RECEIPT FOR YOUR IN-STORE PURCHASES
By using the Service in Stores, you expressly authorise Fashion Retail to process, on behalf of each of the aforementioned companies that trade in stores belonging to the Inditex Group in UK, all personal data contained in your Electronic Receipt, required for the activation, reception and development of functionalities. Through this functionality of the Service you may access your Electronic Receipts, stored in a secure platform.
5. DATA SECUTITY:
Fashion Retail handles your personal data in compliance with the confidentiality requirements and security measures stipulated by the applicable legislation.
With regard to data concerning your cards, both the storage and transfer thereof is performed in accordance with the strict international security standards for this type of data.
Your email address and password(s), as well as your chosen security PIN, are used to identify you on the inWallet Service. Remember that your collaboration is essential for compliance with the security measures in force to protect your personal data. We therefore recommend that you use a personal email account to which only you have access and keep the passwords to access the Service confidential at all times. For more information see the FAQs section.
6. MANAGING MY PROFILE AND LINKING MY ONLINE ACCOUNTS
Through the "My Profile" section you can:
I. access and update all your personal data, as well as change your preferences.
II. Should this functionality be available, link your inWallet user profile to any active accounts that you may have as a registered user on platforms that trade online in the United Kingdom for Zara, Bershka, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Stradivarius, Zara Home or any other brand belonging at present or in the future to the Inditex Group in the United Kingdom and that uses this Service.
By requesting to link the account of each abovestated brand, you authorise Fashion Retail to process your personal information for the purpose of:
- checking that the email address provided corresponds to a registered user on the online sales platform with which you have requested the link;
- sending you a confirmation email and/or any other security procedures that may apply in each case, through which you can complete the linking of your account;
- providing you with access to the personal data contained in your linked account, specifically information regarding online shopping orders and returns.
7. USER RIGHTS:
FASHION RETAIL, S.A. with registered offices in Avenida de la Diputación, Edificio Inditex, 15143 Arteixo (A Coruña), Spain, as the Data Controller, undertakes to respect the confidentiality of your personal information and guarantee the exercise of your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition in writing, addressed to "Data Protection Department (Función LOPD) - InWallet" at the above address, or by sending an email to email@example.com.
Should you decide to exercise these rights, please specify the email address used to sign in or to use the Service, and which rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition are being exercised. If necessary, we may request a photocopy of your national identity card, passport or other valid identification document
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