Use of personal data Agreement

1. By Accepting the terms of this Agreement, the user agrees to CARIBBEAN CLUB PROJECT (hereinafter referred to as the Company, legal address: SM 1, M1, L1, AV. BONAMPAK, NUEVO MALECON CANCUN, TORRE MONTEVIDEO, APART. 1203; municipio BENITO JUARES, state QUINTANA ROO, MEXICO. codigo postal 77500) to collect, store and process their personal data specified by filling out web forms on the sites and (hereinafter - Sites). Personal data refers to any information relating directly or indirectly to a specific or identifiable individual (citizen).


2. The User also consents to the processing and cross-border transfer of personal data to the company's contractor for sending marketing and informational newsletters.


3. During the processing of personal data, the following operations will be performed: collection, storage, clarification, transfer, blocking, deletion, destruction  - all these actions only for the purposes specified in clause 2 of this Agreement.


4. The Company undertakes not to transfer the information received from the User to third parties. It is not considered a violation to provide personal data to third parties acting under an agreement with the Company for the performance of obligations to the User and only under this Agreement.

5. Personal data is stored and processed until all necessary procedures are completed or until the company is liquidated.

6. Consent may be withdrawn by the User or his representative by sending a written application to the Company via email The user can also opt out of receiving emails by using the "Unsubscribe" link located at the end of each email.

7. The User accepts the cookie policy used on the Sites and agrees to receive information about the IP address and other information about their activity on the Sites. This information is not used to identify the User.

8. When processing personal data, the Company takes necessary and sufficient organizational and technical measures to protect personal data from unauthorized access to it, as well as from other illegal actions in relation to personal data.