Understanding our Policy on Data Privacy
We at Manila Condo Store affirm, recognize, and acknowledge the need to treat the security and privacy of your personal information with the highest regard at all times.
1. Why do we ask for your information?
Collecting certain information allows us to communicate and convey details. By having a better understanding of your needs, choices, and interests, we are able to improve, enhance, and streamline our services keeping in mind your lifestyle preferences as may be applicable.
We also gather your personal information to:
2. How do we acquire your information?
You authorize and permit us to gain access to your information when you voluntarily supply us with the requested details that moment you:
3. What kind of information do we collect?
We may receive your information pertaining to your identification such as:
We promise to keep all the information you share confidential.
4. When do you give your consent?
When you provide us with voluntary information upon filling up the inquiry forms, you automatically give us your express consent to collect, use, and store your data.
If you do not agree to give us your consent, please do not use this website
5. Do we store and retain your information?
Any information voluntarily provided to and collected by us are stored and retained in our database for as long as there is a need for our services.
In keeping your information, we see to it that due regard is given to applicable laws, rules, regulations and policies on data privacy.
Should you no longer wish for us to have any remaining information about you, please feel free to contact us and send your request for removal.
6. Do we share and disclose your information?
As a policy, we do not share, disclose, spread, advertise, transfer, sell, rent, barter, exchange, or trade your information to individuals and entities other than our own employees.
However, we may extend such disclosures to our affiliates when necessary to do so in the ordinary course of our business.
We are also inclined to divulge your information when compelled to do so by government authorities or through legal imposition.