Privacy Policy

We are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We would like you to know
when we save which data and how we use it. This information offers a general overview
of the responsible way in which we handle your data. By using this site, you agree to its
Privacy Policy.
For the purposes of the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), the
controller of your data is V-Cab SIA, the Company registered in Latvia under registration
number 40203248658 and whose office is at Viesuļu 6A, Riga, Latvia, LV-1015.
You provide personal data to the Company on a voluntary basis. The company must
process them to be able to conclude contracts with you, properly fulfill the obligations
assumed towards you and other legal obligations. If you do not provide personal data,
the Company will not be able to conclude transactions with you and provide other
services you need. If you do not agree with this Site Privacy Policy, please do not use
this Site.

Collected information and Personal Data

Users who make their reservation using the internet service shall fill out the form
specifying their personal data, that is required by the Service Provider to carry out the
transportation services. Personal data is all information which relates to a specific
person. Personal data will be processed to contact the Customer, for informative and
accounting purposes as well as for other actions related to the Customer’s activity within
the internet service . Websites can collect your voluntarily
provided information: name, surname, address, contact information including phone and
email. If you do not provide personal data, the Company will not be able to conclude
transactions with you and provide other services you need.
Please note that we do not store financially sensitive information such as credit card
numbers, bank details or security numbers. When you make payments through the Site
by credit or debit card, your payments are processed by the Bank on its website.
Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure
although we will do our best to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the
security of your data transmitted to our site, any transmission is at your own risk.
We also use Google AdWords Conversion Tracking and Google Analytics Goal Tracking
so that we know how many people complete our enquiry forms who visit the website
from our Google AdWords advertisements and other digital marketing campaigns. You
can easily opt-out of how Google uses cookies by going to the Google Ads settings
page. In case you decide to reject cookies, you still will be able to use this Website, only
some areas of this Website possibly won't function properly.

Uses of your Data

Within the company, those departments or staff receive your data who need it to fulfil
contractual, legal or other obligations. Furthermore, your data is sent to processors
whom we have commissioned and who are obliged to maintain confidentiality, and only
pass this data on to others within the scope of the contractually defined service, provide
you with information needed for service and offer services that may be interested of
you. We may share your information with business partners, suppliers and
subcontractors for the performance of the contract we enter with them or you. The
Company will not disclose your personal information collected on this Website, with third
parties that does not apply to service execution.
Legal provisions can provide for the transmission of the data to other public offices. Your
data is principally only passed on when you have agreed to this, or when it is carried out
on the basis of legal provisions.

Right to control, to access data and to correct

You have rights based on the GDPR; in other words, you have a principal right to
information and to the deletion of your data, to the limitation of the processing of the
data, a right to object, and a right to data portability. Consent which you have already
granted can be revoked at any time.
Individual rights can be limited in accordance with Art. 23 of the GDPR. The assertion of
these rights by those affected is partially opposed by legal provisions, such as retention,
documentation or limitation periods (there is not always a right to the deletion of data,
namely when statutory retention periods have priority over the right to deletion).

We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time by updating this page.