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Privacy Policy

This text contains Privacy Policy of La Carambole Patisserie

Last updated on 31-01-2024

Article 1

This privacy policy for La Carambole Patisserie (further referred to as "we", "us", "our") explains how and why we might collect, store, or process your information when you use the services of La Carambole Patisserie in the situations such as:

  • Visiting our website

  • Engage with us in another way, including but not limited to events, sales, marketing or another

Article 2

Depending on the nature of your engagement with our service your personal information may be collected.

  • We do not collect sensitive personal information

  • We do not share any information with third parties

Article 3

We collect, store and process information in order to be able to provide the service to you, which may include:

  • Responding to the inquiries and offering support

  • Sending administrative information 

  • Receiving and fulfilling the orders

Article 4

In order to fulfil the service described in Chapter 3, collected information may include the following:

  • Names

  • Phone numbers

  • Email addresses

  • Billing and shipping addresses

  • Contact preferences

Article 5

In order to fulfil the orders, we may collect the data which is necessary to process your payments. Online payment data is processed by such operators as:

  • Adyen (Adyen's privacy policy)

  • Stripe (Stripe's privacy policy)

  • Wix Payments (Wix's privacy policy)

Article 6

We may use cookies and other technologies to collect and store your information. 

Article 7

We are committed to protect your personal information through the use of technical security measures. However, in spite of our best efforts to safeguard the data no means of electronic transmission of information can be 100% secure. Therefore the interaction with our services should be at your own risk and executed only within the environment that is deemed safe to use.

Article 8

We are obliged to notify the data protection authority within 72 after we became aware of the data breach and we are committed to reach our customers without delay if we have a reason to believe the data breach poses high risk to the affected individuals. 

Article 9

You have a right to control access to your data.

  • According to the right to be forgotten you can request for your personal data to be deleted from our records. If such request is necessary, please forward it to 

  • If subscribed to our newsletter but you no longer wish for us to contact you via email, you can choose to opt out from the subscription by clicking "Unsubscribe" at the bottom of any of our emails.

Article 10

If you have questions and comments about the Privacy Policy, please email us at

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