Privacy. COOKIE pOLICY

1. Why a Cookie Policy?

For our company, it is important to protect the privacy of our users of the site " http://www.scalia.it " and allow them to make informed choices regarding the cookies installed on their terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook) during the navigation.

This Cookie Policy refers to the Site of which Scalia Srl (VAT number: 02415890843), with registered office in Contrada Bordea 92019 Sciacca Ag E-mail: scalia@scalia.it (hereinafter, "Scalia"), is the manager and owner of the processing of personal data connected to said Site.

This information provides users with detailed information on the type of cookies stored on their terminals by the websites they visit, on the purposes pursued through the use of cookies and on how to manage them.

2. Cookies

A cookie is a small text file in which brief information relating to a user's activity on a website is collected and stored on the device that accessed the site. Cookies do not damage the device and allow us to guarantee you a better and faster navigation on our Site. In particular, cookies allow you to store information in the browser to be reused during the current visit (session cookies) or in occasion of subsequent visits, even after some time (persistent cookies). Cookies cannot retrieve any other data from the user's hard drive, nor transmit computer viruses, nor acquire e-mail addresses.

The additional information acquired, such as those that allow us to send you advertising messages, are stored only after your express consent by simply browsing the Site or through the mechanisms described below.

We invite you to carefully read the following information to better understand which cookies we use and how to manage them according to your needs and preferences.

3. Types of cookies used

The Site uses only technical, functionality, navigation and session cookies and third-party cookies, i.e. Google Analytics.

In particular, the cookies used on the Site are:

• Technical cookies that are used for the sole purpose of allowing the user to browse the Internet or to provide, to the extent strictly necessary, the services requested by the user. The use of these cookies has no further purpose and the installation of these cookies is carried out directly by Scalia.

These cookies are divided into:

a) navigation or session cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and use of the Site;
b) functionality cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criteria in order to improve the service provided.

For the installation of technical cookies, the prior consent of users is not required, except in the case of third-party cookies (on this point, see the following Art. 5).

• Third party cookies, analytics, which are used exclusively to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site.

4. Deactivation / elimination of cookies

The cookies referred to in Art. 3 above, except as provided for third-party analytics cookies referred to in the following Art. 5, can be disabled and / or deleted through the browser settings. All modern browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. The settings for deactivating / deleting cookies are usually found in the "options" or in the "preferences" menu of the browser used by the User.

For more information, you can select the "Help" option of your browser or use the links indicated below. In particular, browsing the Site implies that you will receive cookies sent directly from the Site and managed by Scalia, without prejudice to the provisions of the following Art. 5:

Internet Explorer
Microsoft Edge
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Safari

If the user does not agree on the use of these cookies, he can disable the use of the same from his browser. However, this disabling will cause difficulties in navigating the Site. In particular, the total or partial disabling of first-party technical cookies can compromise the use of the Site features reserved for registered users. On the contrary, the usability of public content is also possible by completely disabling cookies. Disabling third-party cookies, on the other hand, does not affect navigability in any way. Below, for each technical cookie used, we report the name, purpose of use and storage times.

Name of the cookie

type of cookie

purpose

retention times

consequences for the case of deselection

sarat

session cookies

management of the Site and to allow the log-in to work

valid for the browsing session

for the reserved part, there will be the obligation to log in every single page

sarellanguage and saratlanguage

functionality cookies

facilitate navigation. Cookies identify the language set in the browser

valid for the browsing session

none

cookiesDirective

navigation cookies

records the acceptance of the cookie policy

one year

the request to accept the cookies is re-proposed

_ga, _gid and _gat_gtag_UA_114442365_1

analytics cookies

collect information in aggregate form on navigation by users to optimize the browsing experience and the services themselves

established by third parties, please refer to the following Art. 5

Scalia could no longer acquire the aggregate information

5. Third party cookies - Google Analytics

Scalia uses cookies that are installed by a third party service. This is Google Analytics which is a Google LLC cookie that offers a web traffic analysis service. The installation of these cookies and any other activity connected to them, therefore, including the collection and processing of information, are managed by Google LLC.

Google Analytics uses cookies to anonymously collect and analyze information on the behavior of use of the Site (including the user's IP address). This information is collected by Google Analytics, which processes it in order to draw up reports on the activities on the websites themselves.

Our Site uses Google's analysis tool to monitor or collect personally identifiable information. Google does not associate the IP address with any other data held by Google nor does it try to link an IP address with the identity of a user.

Google may also communicate this information to third parties where this is required by law or where such third parties process the aforementioned information on behalf of Google.

For more information, also for the storage duration of the data thus acquired and to activate or deactivate these cookies, please refer to the information provided by these companies through the following links:

https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/types/
https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/managing/

Since Google Analytics is a third-party cookie, it can only be installed or activated following the consent expressed by the user the first time they visit the Site.

We point out that consent can be expressed in a general way, by closing the brief information banner present on the landing pages of the Site.

6. Purpose

The technical cookies listed above are substantially used for the complete management of the Site and to allow the operation and safe and efficient exploration of the same, including the log-in. These cookies also make it possible to facilitate navigation and the service rendered to the user on the basis of the criteria selected by the same.

Google Analytics is used by Scalia for statistical and marketing purposes only. The data is managed in a completely anonymized form. These data are used for the sole purpose of obtaining statistical information not associated with any user identification data on the use of the Site and to check its correct functioning and are deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in case of hypothetical computer crimes against the Site.

7. Processing methods

Scalia uses cookies in full compliance with current legislation, which establishes the lawfulness of these technologies for certain legitimate purposes, relating to technical storage for the time strictly necessary for the transmission of the communication or to provide a specific service requested by the user, who can always oppose. to the processing of your data connected to the storage of cookies, disabling one or more.
The data processing takes place with the use of IT and telematic supports by subjects previously authorized and instructed by Scalia. The data are stored in electronic archives in compliance with security measures suitable to prevent the loss of data, any illicit or incorrect use and unauthorized access.
The data acquired through Google Analytics are managed in a completely anonymized form for purely statistical purposes. No attempt is made by Scalia to de-anonymize the data.
This Site also uses technical cookies that allow, for example, registered users to log in and improve their browsing experience.
No relevant data is exchanged via cookies. In fact, they only allow you to automate some essential operations for the correct functioning of the Site or to allow the user to avoid running into complex procedures.
Any data collected or stored by cookies are not transmitted to third parties, except when this is necessary for the correct functioning of the services provided by the Site and provided to it by the third parties themselves, as in the case of Google Analytics.

8. Anonymous browsing

If you do not consent to the use of the cookies listed above, we invite the user to use the anonymous navigation tool, which almost all browsers provide. In this way, when the anonymous browsing window is closed, all the cookies collected will be automatically deleted.

9. Changes to the cookie policy

Scalia reserves the right to modify or simply update this Cookie Policy, in whole or in part, even following any changes to the rules that govern this matter and protect the user's rights. Changes and updates to the Cookie Policy will be promptly communicated by Scalia through the relative publication. For this reason, users are invited to regularly access this section to check its contents.

10. Contacts

Please send an email to scalia@scalia.it if you have any questions regarding any need for clarification or information on the contents of this page.

Data processing

The data in our archive come from your visits, from business meetings, mailing lists for public dissemination or your previous communications. In compliance with article 13 of law 675/96 you can delete your address from our lists.


By proceeding, I declare that I have read the rules governing the processing of personal data and have accepted them.


We inform you that, pursuant to article 10 of law 675/96, containing provisions for the protection of persons and other subjects regarding the processing of personal data, Industria Ittica Scalia di Benedetto Scalia srl ​​is the owner of the processing of personal data provided by you.


The processing of personal data means their collection, registration, organization, storage, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, communication, dissemination, cancellation and destruction or the combination of two or more of these. operations. These data will be processed by: www.scalia.it   .


To execute the requested service or one or more requested operations; To perform legal obligations; For operational and strategic marketing purposes. The data will be processed using suitable tools to guarantee its security and confidentiality and may also be carried out using automated tools designed to store, manage and transmit the data. We also inform you that in relation to the aforementioned treatments, you may exercise the rights referred to in Article 13 of Law 675/1996 (article whose text is shown below). Regarding the processing and communication of your personal data, information may be requested in writing at the following address - Industria Ittica Scalia di Benedetto Scalia srl ​​Zona Industriale - Contrada Bordea - 92019 Sciacca (Ag) - or at the following e-mail address:   scalia@scalia.it   .

Privacy Act

We report below the article 13 of Law 675/96 concerning the rights of the interested party to the processing of data Art. 13 Law no. 675/96
In relation to the processing of personal data, the interested party has the right:
to know, through free access to the register referred to in Article 31, paragraph 1, letter a), of the existence of data processing that may concern him; to be informed of what is indicated in article 7, paragraph 4, letters a), b) and h); to obtain, from the owner or manager, without delay: the confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him, even if not yet registered, and the communication in intelligible form of the same data and their origin, as well as of the logic and purposes on which the treatment is based; the request can be renewed, unless there are justified reasons, with an interval of no less than 90 (ninety) days; the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including those that do not need to be kept for the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed; updating, rectification or, if interested, integration of data; the attestation that the operations referred to in numbers 2) and 3) have been brought to the attention, also as regards their content, of those to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, except in the case in which this fulfillment is revealed impossible or involves the use of means that are manifestly disproportionate to the protected right; to object, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning him, when pertinent to the purpose of the collection; to object, in whole or in part, to the processing of personal data concerning him, provided for the purposes of commercial information or sending direct sales advertising material, or for carrying out market research or interactive commercial communication and to be informed by the owner, no later than the moment in which the data are communicated or disseminated, of the possibility of exercising this right free of charge.For each request referred to in paragraph 1, letter c) n.1), it may be requested from the interested party, if confirmed the existence of data concerning him, an expense contribution not exceeding the costs actually incurred, according to the methods and within the limits established by the regulation referred to in Article 33, paragraph 3. The rights referred to in paragraph 1 referring to the data personal data concerning deceased persons can be exercised by anyone who has an interest in them.


In exercising the rights referred to in paragraph 1, the interested party may confer, in writing, a proxy or proxy to individuals or associations. The rules on the professional secrecy of journalists remain in force, limited to the source of the news.

General conditions of Sale

Purchases are governed by current Italian legislation and in particular by Legislative Decree 6 September 2005 n. 206 (Consumer Code) and by Legislative Decree 185/99 (implementation of Directive 97/7 / EC on the protection of consumers in respect of distance contracts). The protection of the confidentiality of personal data is guaranteed on the basis of the legislation referred to in Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 (Consolidated Law on data confidentiality). By confirming the order on the site, the Customer confirms that he has read online and accepts these conditions of sale, authorizing Benedetto Scalia srl to charge him the total amount indicated, including the contribution for shipping costs.

These general conditions of sale regulate the purchase of products made online through the website www.scalia.it www.scaliaitticaconserviera.com

The products purchased on www.scalia.it and www.scaliaitticaconserviera.com are sold directly by Benedetto Scalia srl, hereinafter referred to as the "Seller".

Benedetto Scalia Srl, with registered office in the Board of Directors bordea s / n 92019 Sciacca (ag) pi02415890843

You can also contact the Seller by e-mail at scalia@scalia.it

  1. Our commercial policy

1.1 The Seller offers for sale the products and carries out its e-commerce activity exclusively towards its end users defined as "consumers".

1.2 Consumer means any natural person who purchases one or more Products through the online store, for purposes not related to their commercial activity, accepting the General Conditions.

1.3 In consideration of its commercial policy, the Seller reserves the right not to process orders from subjects other than the "consumer" and which are not duly completed in accordance with the provisions of the General Conditions of Sale

1.4 These General Conditions of Sale exclusively regulate the offer, sending and acceptance of orders between users of www.scalia.it and the Seller.

  1. How to conclude the contract with the Seller

2.1 To conclude the purchase contract for one or more products on www.scaliaitticaconserviera.com you will have to fill in the order form in electronic format and send it to the Seller, electronically, following the relative instructions.

2.2 The order form contains a summary of the information on the essential characteristics of each product ordered and the relative price (including all applicable taxes or duties), the payment methods that you can use to purchase each product and the delivery methods of the products purchased, of the shipping and delivery costs, of the conditions for exercising the right of withdrawal and of the methods and times for returning the purchased goods.

2.3 The contract is concluded upon receipt by the Seller, electronically, of the order form, after verifying the correctness of the data relating to the order itself.

2.4 Before proceeding with the purchase of the products, you will be asked to carefully read the General Conditions of Sale.

2.5 The order form will be filed in our database for the period of time necessary to process the orders and in any case in accordance with the law. You will be able to view your order form by accessing your codes in the reserved area.

2.6 The Seller may not process your purchase orders that do not give sufficient guarantees of solvency or that are incomplete or incorrect or in the event of unavailability of the products. In these cases, we will inform you by e-mail that the contract is not concluded and that the Seller has not carried out your purchase order, specifying the reasons. If the products presented on www.scalia.it and www.scaliaitticoconserviera.com are no longer available or on sale at the time of your last access to the site or when the order form is sent, it will be the Seller's responsibility to notify you, within thirty (30) days from the day following that in which you have sent your order to the Seller, any unavailability of the products ordered. In case of forwarding of the order form and payment of the price, the Seller will refund the amount already paid by you.

2.7 With the electronic transmission of the order form, you unconditionally accept and undertake to observe, in relations with the Seller, the aforementioned General Conditions of Sale. If you do not agree with some of the terms set out in the General Conditions of Sale, please do not submit the order form for the purchase of products www.scaliaitticaconserviera.com.

2.8 By submitting the order form, you confirm that you are aware of and accept the General Conditions of Sale and the additional information contained in www.scalia.it and on www.scaliaitticoconserviera.com also referred to via links, including the General Conditions of Use and the information on the processing of personal data.

2.9 Once the contract is concluded, the Seller will send you, by e-mail, a receipt of the purchase order, containing a summary of the information already contained in the order form.

  1. Guarantees and indication of product prices

3.1 The essential characteristics of the products are presented on www.scalia.it and on www.scaliaitticoconserviera.com within each product sheet. However, the images and colors of the products offered for sale on the sites may not correspond to the real ones due to the Internet browser and monitor used.

3.2 The Seller does not sell second-hand products, flawed products or products of lower quality than the corresponding standards offered on the market.

3.3 The Seller, in case of exercising your right of withdrawal, has the right not to accept the return of products that have been altered in their essential and qualitative characteristics or that have been damaged.

3.4 Product prices may vary. Make sure of the final sale price before submitting the relevant order form.

3.5 Purchase requests from countries not listed on the country selection page will not be accepted by the Seller.

OF PAYMENT METHODS

.1 The prices shown are inclusive of VAT, packaging and packaging

  1. The payment of the purchased products and the relative shipping costs is made by the customer at the time of the order confirmation.

Accepted payment methods are:

  1. - PAYPAL, if you already have a Paypal account you can make the payment quickly and easily

  2. - CREDIT CARD, through the secure payment system wix payament

  3. - ADVANCE BANK TRANSFER - Benedetto Scalia Srl, with registered office in the Board of Directors bordea s / n 92019 Sciacca (ag) IBAN: IT19G0306983170100000002799

  4. if the customer decides to pay online by credit card, he has no commissions and risks absolutely nothing. In fact, the credit card data are encrypted during transmission and are managed directly by the payment platform we rely on: we do not even see them pass and they are not stored anywhere.

  1. Customer service

You can request any information from the Seller via scalia@scalia.it

RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL

The Customer has the right to withdraw from the stipulated contract, without any penalty and without specifying the reason, within 14 days of receipt of the products.

How to exercise the withdrawal:

- the Customer must communicate the withdrawal via email to scalia@scalia.it within 14 days of receipt of the products

- always within 14 days of receipt of the products, the customer sends the goods by postal service or courier to:

Benedetto Scalia Srl, with registered office in the Board of Directors bordea s / n 92019 Sciacca (ag) pi02415890843

- the returned goods must be received intact and the original packaging / packaging of the products must also be returned; the package must bear a precise indication of the sender (name, address, e-mail address of the customer) and the order number.

- shipping costs are charged to the customer and are not refundable in any case

- the responsibility for the loss or deterioration of the returned goods remains entirely with the Customer.

Bendetto Scalia srl will refund the amount paid for the purchase of the products within 30 days from the date on which it became aware of the Customer's exercise of the right of withdrawal. The refunded amount does not include the transport costs incurred for the delivery and return of the products

STANDARD SHIPPING ITALY

Delivery methods:

* Delivery by express courier on board the truck.

* Delivery is made by express courier

* There is no delivery to the floor or by appointment

. * Delivery takes place at the following times: from 9.00 to 18.00, on weekdays and without notice.

* The courier makes up to two delivery attempts, every day except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Upon receipt of the package: Please check the condition of the package. Any external damage or the mismatch in the number of packages must be immediately reported to the courier making the delivery, adding the words "withdrawal with reserve for damaged package", or "withdrawal with reserve for open package" or "withdrawal with reserve for packages missing "on the accompanying document.

The goods travel with packaging made directly by the manufacturer. In no case are other closing materials used.

The Courier in charge of delivery will make two attempts to deliver the product, to the address indicated by the Customer in the order on Bendetto Scalia Srl; after the second delivery attempt, the Courier may call the Customer at the telephone number indicated in the order, to agree on the delivery date; if the customer is not present at the third delivery attempt agreed with the courier, the order will be canceled and the customer will be refunded the cost of the product, net of storage and return costs.

  1. Refund times and methods

8.1 After the return of the products, the Seller will make the necessary checks relating to their compliance with the conditions and terms indicated in Article 7. In the event that the checks are concluded positively, the Seller will send you, via e-mail, the relative confirmation acceptance of returned products.

8.2 Whatever the payment method you use, the refund is activated by the Seller, as quickly as possible and in any case within thirty (30) days from the date on which the Seller became aware of the exercise of your right of withdrawal after verification the correct execution of your right of withdrawal and acceptance of the returned products.

8.3 It will be the customer's responsibility, in case of exercising the right of withdrawal, to communicate the bank details in order to allow the seller to provide for the relative refund.

  1. Communications

9.1 By submitting the order form, you accept that the notification and communications relating to all online services (including those relating to purchase orders) are made by the Seller in electronic format by e-mail (e-mail) and by service Web, you acknowledge its full validity and expressly renounce as of now to disclaim the content of the declarations sent and / or received in electronic format. To this end, we inform you that the Seller keeps an archive of the technical Log Files on its system relating to the traceability of the budgeting and order transfer operations of which you acknowledge their validity in order to possibly reconstruct the existing relationships.

  1. Treatment of personal data

10.1 You can obtain information on how we process your personal data in compliance with Legislative Decree 196/03 and GDPR 679/2016 by consulting the specific Information on the processing of personal data on the site.

10.2 We also invite you to read our General Conditions of Use which contain important information on how we process the personal data of our users and the IT and security systems adopted.

  1. Settlement of disputes

11.2 All disputes arising from this contract if the Parties intend to appeal to the ordinary judicial authority, the competent court is that of the consumer.

  1. Modification and updating

12.1 The General Conditions of Sale are amended from time to time also in consideration of any changes to the legislative regulations. The new General Conditions of Sale will be effective from the date of publication on the reference site.

General conditions of Sale