Privacy Policy

SC LAMBERPROD SRL with registered office in Suceava, Rădăuţi city, Cărămidăriei Street, no. 17, CUI 24998340, Nos. Reg. J33 / 75/2009 complies with the law on the processing of personal data. Personal data will be collected and processed by LAMBERPROD SRL only to the extent permitted by EU Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of personal data.

Defining terms:

personal data – any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual; an identifiable person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more factors specific to his or her physical, physiological, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity;

processing of personal data – any operation or set of operations that is performed on personal data by automatic or non-automatic means such as collecting, recording, organizing, storing, adapting or modifying, extracting, consulting, using, disclosing to third parties by transmission, dissemination or in any way joining, combining, blocking, deleting or destroying.

According to the EU Personal Data Processing Act, LAMBERPROD SRL has the obligation to manage the personal data you provide to us only for the purposes specified.

You can use the contact forms on our site to contact us for any request. The personal data you have entered into the contact form will be processed only for the purpose of responding to your request and only if you have agreed to the processing of the data. The processing is legally based on art. 6, paragraph 1, sentence 1 (a) GDPR.

Purpose of data collection: Your personal data as collected in the Contact Form (name, phone, email address) will only be used to contact you about your request. Depending on the situation, we will choose a response by e-mail or for a phone conversation. We will not use the data for any other purpose and will not transfer it to any third party. Only persons authorized by SC LAMBERPROD SRL will have access to your personal data. Data will be deleted at your request or within 365 days of receipt.

In the event that data is illegally stolen from, we are obliged to inform you, within 48 hours from the event’s finding, by email sent to the address you mentioned in the Contact Form.

As for the cookie policy, please visit this link where we have explicitly presented the types of cookies used.

By reading this policy, you are aware that you are guaranteed the rights provided by the law, namely the right to be informed, the right to access personal data, the right to rectification, the right to be forgotten, to restrict the data processing, the right to port data, the right to object and to restrict automatic decision making.


From the beginning, your first right as EU citizen is to refuse to become a data subject, that is, to refuse to have your personal data processed. However, it is unlikely many people will manage to stay completely off the grid, without any bank activity, official employment, phone, or more.


Once you’ve consented and became a data subject, you have the right to be informed about anything that happens with your personal data, what it is used for, you have the right to access it and to modify it and even to remove consent for a certain organization. At the same time, you have the right to access your personal data when you want.


Under the GDPR an individual has the right to restrict processing of personal data in various circumstances. For example, a data subject can restrict processing when they feel their personal data is not accurate. In this case they will be able to restrict the processing until the accuracy of their data has been verified. Another case when processing can be restricted is when a person objects to the processing.


You also have the right to data portability. Unless other contractual issues pre-exist (of which you should be informed of before you allow your data to be processed) then you can move your data from one provider to another in an easy and secure manner.


Another important right is the one to erasure (or the right to be forgotten). The general principle is that an individual has the right to request the deletion or removal of their personal data. This right is not absolute, meaning there are circumstances when data will not be erased at the request of the individual. For example, if the personal data is used to comply with a legal obligation, or for public health purposes, for scientific research or for the exercise or defense of legal claims, then the right to erasure can be denied for the individual.


This right is practically a safeguard against a potentially damaging decision that might be taken without human intervention. The GDPR defines profiling as any form of automated processing intended to evaluate personal aspects of an individual, such as their performance at work, their health, personal preferences, economic situation, location and more. If you do resort to profiling, you must be sure several safeguards are in place. For example, make sure you are using appropriate mathematical or statistical procedures, secure personal data, create measures that enable inaccuracies to be corrected and minimize the risk of errors. However, automated processing must never be applied for the data of a child.

If you want your personal data to be deleted, please send us an email at

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