What personal information do we collect about you and for what purpose?
We at Vaajmoe AB collect and process your personal information only when it is permitted by law or so that we can fulfill our agreement with you as a customer or when you yourself have chosen to contact us or provided your information to e.g. Subscribe to our newsletter. In cases where an explicit consent is required by law for the processing of personal data, consent will be obtained before such processing takes place.
We use your personal information so that we can provide you as a customer with the best service and to be able to fulfill our agreement with you before or in connection with the conclusion of the agreement. Personal information is used, for example, when you order, book or use our services and for marketing purposes. Personal data can also be used to administer and process inquiries and bookings and can thus be disclosed to third parties.
We only collect personal information that is relevant for our services and service to work in the best way and the personal information we need includes name, age, address, e-mail address, telephone number, information about travel companies and credit card information. Where applicable, we also process other information we receive from you, such as e.g. special needs or wishes.
Personal information is also used to adapt and develop our services so that they work better for you before, during and after your stay.
Transfer of personal data
We work with the partners who need the information so that we can deliver our service, both within and outside the EU / EEA and, where applicable, to our own IT suppliers. All our partners have signed a personal data assistant agreement with us and your personal data is handled only on our behalf, in accordance with our instructions for processing and cleaning as well as applicable legislation.
Storage of personal data
Vaajmoe AB saves your personal information in the customer register for two years in accordance with current practice. If there are other legal requirements to save certain information for longer than two years, e.g. the Accounting Act, we save only necessary information and only for as long as required by law. Once you have signed up for our newsletter and / or to take advantage of our offers, or if you have already received newsletters and offers before, we will keep the contact information you have provided for this purpose until further notice. You can at any time decline further newsletters and other offers
We use the email address you provide us with to send information and updates regarding your order, newsletters, related product information, etc. If you no longer wish to receive such messages, you will find information on how to unsubscribe at the end of each email. mail message.
How is your personal data protected?
We use various systems to protect the confidentiality, integrity and access to your personal information through e.g. updated firewalls and other security protections. We have taken special security measures in place to protect your personal data against illegal or unauthorized processing (such as illegal access, loss, destruction or damage). Only those people who actually need to process your personal data in order for us to fulfill our stated purposes have access to them.
Responsible for personal data
Phone: 070 616 13 66
Postal address: Vojmån 77, 912 92 Vilhelmina
All information about your rights regarding personal data can be found on the Privacy Protection Authority’s, IMY’s (formerly the Swedish Data Inspectorate’s) website: https://www.imy.se/lagar–regler/dataskyddsforordningen/
Request extracts or deletion of personal data
If you want to see your personal information or have it deleted or ported, please contact us in writing, see contact information above. We will ask you for identification to ensure that we provide the information to the right person.
We want you to feel safe when you submit your information to us. Therefore, it is important for us to inform through this policy about how we handle your personal data and what rights you have under current laws and the Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).