Legal and Privacy
Article 1 : Our company
1.1 Corporate name and denomination
This website, accessible from the URL www.junepure.com is published by the company JunePure
Cas Oorthuyskade 364
1087 DP Amsterdam NL
Registration: 77031245 – Chamber of Commerce of the Netherlands
1.2 Person responsible for publication
The Director of Publication of the website www.junepure.com and manager of June Pure is Judith Middelkoop.
1.3 Hosting of the website
Hosting of the site is provided by the provider 1 & 1 Internet SARL
7 place of the Station
BP 70109 – 57201 Sarreguemines Cedex – FRANCE
RCS Sarreguemines B 431 303 775
SIRET 431 303 775 000 16
Article 2 : Collection of personal data
You can shop on June Pure with or without an account. If you make a purchase in our online shop, we collect personal data. To ensure proper management of the buying and selling process, the following personal information is collected:
- Your street & number
- Postal code and city
- E-mail address
- Phone number
- IP Adress
June Pure needs this data to be able to deliver the products ordered. In addition, we automatically receive the IP address of each visitor. This allows us to protect our online environment and optimize your Internet experience.
2.2 Objectives of data collection
June Pure has many reasons to back up customer data. Customer data is collected and saved for the following purposes:
- To meet agreements between customer and June Pure regarding the delivery of products
- To create and manage your June Pure account
- To provide a quality service to the customer
- To give a guarantee to the customer
- To avoid fraud
- For the realization of market studies and analyzes
June Pure regularly informs about new products, offers and other updates. We need your permission to do that. We send the newsletter only if you authorize us to do so.
Article 3 : Consent
When you place an order, complete a transaction, we assume that you authorize us to back up your data for one of these specific reasons. If we need your personal data for another purpose, your explicit consent will be requested. Of course, you also have the option to decline. If you change your mind, you can withdraw your consent at any time. For this you can contact us.
Article 4 : Conservation Of datas
June Pure keeps the personal data only for the purposes mentioned above. Personal data are kept for 10 years.
4.1 Account informations
Customer account information is important if the customer has an account with June Pure. Account data will be stored as long as the account is active.
If a customer decides to delete their account, the account information will be deleted in the system. Questions regarding the retention of personal data or the management of your account may be sent to Customer Service
The consent concerning the use of the data necessary for the sending of the newsletter is valid as long as the customer is registered to receive the newsletter. Our newsletter includes an opt-out feature. A customer may withdraw his consent by using this feature. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter with one click. Then you will not receive a newsletter from June Pure
Article 5 : Cookies
Cookies help inform your computer of your previous visits to June Pure. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer’s browser, tablet or smartphone when you visit our site for the first time. In this way, we can see if you have used our website before. In addition, site works faster and usability is improved.
Article 6 : THIRD PARTIES
June Pure does not provide any data to third parties that could compromise the customer’s privacy unless there are legal reasons or if such disclosure is necessary for the provision of its services and / or registrations.
June Pure uses the services of third parties for transactions and the provision of our services. Third parties collect, use or process information solely for the services they provide.
6.1 Google Analytics
June Pure use Google Analytics to collect statistics on our website. As a result, we have a clear idea of, among other things, the number of visitors to the website, the number of page views and the average time a visitor stays on the page.
June Pure use MailChimp and therefore also provides data to this company. Mailchimp allows, among other things, to send the newsletter
6.3 Viva Wallet, Apple Pay
We use Viva Wallet as payment platform to pay by cards, or Apple Pay.
The payment data used on the website is only collected by the payment service provider according to the payment method used by the customer and we do not have access to it.
More information is available on the websites of these services.
Article 7 : Security
June Pure takes the protection of your data seriously and takes appropriate measures to prevent abuse, loss, unauthorized access, unauthorized disclosure, and unwanted modification of your data. Please contact our customer service if you believe that your data is not properly secured or that there are indications of misuse.
WordPress (and its Woocommerce plugin) is the June Pure database where all customer data is stored. Our database is well protected against unauthorized persons. Only June Pure employees have access to the administration of this website using a unique login and password. They only have access to the data and information needed to perform their duties.
Article 8 : management of personal datas
The automated processing of personal data made from the website “www.junepure.com” has been processed in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, otherwise known as the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter GDPR).
The user is informed that he has, under articles 15 and 16 of the GDPR, a right of access, interrogation and rectification which allows him, if necessary, to rectify, complete, put in day, lock or erase personal data that are inaccurate, incomplete, equivocal, outdated or whose collection, use, disclosure or storage is prohibited.
The user also has, under Article 17 of the GDPR, a right to oppose the processing of his data.