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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy applies to all personal data collected through the website

Responsible For Data Processing

Nathalie Charlot, based in Rua Cristóvão Pires Norte, Edifício Mira Parque, Loja 2 e 3, 8135-117 Almancil, Portugal, with the email, is responsible for processing your personal data.

Treatment Purposes

The personal data that we process through this page will only be used for the following purposes:

  • Communication with customers and clarification of doubts;
    Processing of information requests;
  • Direct marketing communications (if you have consented to the processing of your data for this purpose);
  • Request for services/products.

Conservation Term

We keep your data only for as long as necessary for the purpose for which it was collected.


By consenting to this privacy policy, you permit to process your personal data specifically for the identified and selected purposes. Suppose consent is legally necessary for the processing of personal data. In that case, the data subject has the right to withdraw his consent at any time. However, this right does not compromise the treatment’s lawfulness based on the previously given consent or the further treatment of the data. Same data, based on another legal basis, such as the case of a legal obligation to which Nathalie Charlot is subject. To withdraw your consent, you can contact us by letter or by e-mail address

Users’ Rights

The user can exercise his rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation, opposition, and portability at all times by requesting any of the following means:


Rua Cristóvão Pires Norte,
Edifício Mira Parque, Loje 2 e 3
8135-117 Almancil


The holder may also file complaints about the processing of data with the National Data Protection Commission. Read below, on this page, information to the consumer about Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Data Transmission

User data processing may be carried out by a suitable service provider, hired by Nathalie Charlot. When this happens, Nathalie Charlot takes the appropriate measures to ensure that the entities that have access to the data offer the highest guarantees concerning data protection. Thus, any subcontractor will treat the users’ personal data in the name and on behalf of Nathalie Charlot, strictly complying with the legal rules on personal data protection, information security, and other applicable rules.

International Data Transfers

Nathalie Charlot, may, within the scope of the described purposes, transfer your user data outside the European Economic Area (EEA). In these cases, you will strictly comply with the applicable legal provisions, namely the determination of the destination country(ies) suitability with regard to the protection of personal data and the requirements applicable to such transfers.

Mandatory Nature Of The Requested Data

The data in the customer register identified with an asterisk (*) will be mandatory to fulfill the established purpose. As such, if the user does not provide them, Nathalie Charlot will not fulfill his request.

Automated Decisions

Nathalie Charlot will create user profiles, which will allow the adoption of automated decisions based on personal characteristics, preferences, history of behavior, and location. In these cases, the user will have the right to obtain human intervention in the decision, express his / her point of view, and challenge the adopted decision.

Protection Measures For Personal Data

Nathalie Charlot applies several technical and organizational measures to protect users’ personal data.

Use Of “Cookies”

The Cookie Policy is available below on this page.

Changes To The Privacy Policy

Nathalie Charlot will occasionally update this Privacy Policy. We ask that you periodically review this document to keep it up to date.


We use cookies to improve the experience during your visit to our online store. Please read the text below to learn more about our cookie policy.

What Are Cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that a website places on your pc, phone, or any other device, with information about your navigation on that website. Cookies are necessary to facilitate navigation and make it more user-friendly and do not damage your computer.

What Are Cookies Used For?

Cookies are an essential part of how our website works. The main purpose of our cookies is to improve your browsing experience. For example, cookies help us identify you (if you are registered on our website), to remember your preferences (language, country, etc.) During navigation and on future visits, manage your shopping basket, allow you to purchase online, etc.

What Types Of Cookies Are Used?

Technical and personalization cookies: identification and authentication, navigation, interface personalization, favorites … These cookies are used to identify the user during the session, prevent the user from having to repeat web authentication processes, speed up some processes of the website, recall selections made during the session or subsequent accesses, recall pages already visited, etc.

Do Cookies Include Personal Data?

If there is a need to collect personal information, data protection laws require users to be informed about personal data collection. In the remaining cases, personal data is encrypted so that it is inaccessible to unauthorized persons.

Manage Cookies

By default, it is possible to place cookies in the browser. However, these settings can be changed to block the cookie service or inform you whenever used. Detailed information about cookies and their service is available in the settings of each browser.

Can The Use Of Cookies Be Disabled?

Yes, cookies can be disabled. However, if you select this setting, you may not be able to access certain parts of our site, it may cause less efficient navigation, or you will not be able to enjoy any of our services.

If you prefer to restrict, block, or delete cookies on this site, you can do so by changing your browser configuration. Although each browser’s parameterization is different, it is usual for cookies to be configured in the “preferences” or “tools” menu.

It should be understood that the user accepts the use of cookies if he continues to browse this page without first deactivating it.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Consumer Information

In compliance with the duty to provide information and as defined in article 18, no. 1, of Law 144/2015, of September 8, customers are informed that to settle any conflict arising from our provision of services and that although an ERAL does not bind us by adherence or legal imposition, our customers may access the website below to check the list of existing ADR entities and make a free choice.

List Of Alternative Dispute Resolution Entities
Existing In The Different Member States Of The European Union, Prepared By The European Commission.
  1. CNIACC – Centro Nacional de Informação e Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo
    ☏ 213 847 484; ✉
  2. CIMAAL – Centro de Informação, Mediação e Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo do Algarve
    ☏ 289 823 135; ✉
  3. Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo do Distrito de Coimbra
    ☏ 239 821 690/289; ✉
  4. Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo de Lisboa
    ☏ 218 807 000 / 218807030; ✉; ✉
  5. Centro de Informação de Consumo e Arbitragem do Porto
    ☏ 225 508 349 / 225 029 791; ✉
  6. Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo do Vale do Ave/Tribunal Arbitral
    ☏ 253 422 410; ✉
  7. Centro de Informação, Mediação e Arbitragem de Consumo (Tribunal Arbitral de Consumo)
    ☏ 253 617 604; ✉
  8. Centro de Arbitragem de Conflitos de Consumo da Região Autónoma da Madeira
    ⊚ Rua Direita, 27 – 1º Andar, 9050-405 Funchal; ✉
  9. Centro de Informação, Mediação, Provedoria e Arbitragem de Seguros Lisboa
    ☏ 213 827 700; ✉; ❉

For more information, consult the Consumer Portal at to analyze those or other entities available, updated continuously.

Almancil, January 3, 2021

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