MoveOn Fisio adopts the best practices to protect user data against possible improper and/or unauthorized access or use.
The data collected on this website is intended to:
The data collected on this website is not provided by MoveOn to external entities and is only used to satisfy user requests, respond to contacts or product communication.
By accepting the Terms and Conditions on this website, the user hereby consents to the collection and computer processing of their data, authorizing them to be entered and stored, for as long as necessary, on an appropriate basis.
The person responsible for processing the data is MoveOn.
Pursuant to Law No. 58/2019, of August 8, users are guaranteed access to their data, and may request its updating, correction or deletion in writing, via email at email@example.com.
Cookies are small text files saved on a user’s device when visiting certain websites. On subsequent visits, the file is sent back to the website that originated it, thus allowing a user’s preferences to be identified.
On this website, when authorized by the user, we use the following cookies:
We use Google Analytics, one of the most used and trusted statistical services, to help us collect this information. The data collected, such as pages visited or time spent on the website, does not allow specific users to be identified, taking into account that visits are anonymous.
WLB takes the privacy of its customers and users very seriously, complying with current European legislation in terms of the processing of personal data and privacy. For any questions about privacy or cookies, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pursuant to the provisions of Article 18 of Law No. 144/2015, of September 8, companies supplying goods or providing services are obliged to inform purchasers of goods or consumers of services about the possibility of resolution of possible disputes by so-called RAL entities (Alternative Dispute Resolution). This obligation came into force on March 23, 2016, and it was only on this date that the General Consumer Directorate published the list of existing and legally authorized RAL entities.
In the event of a consumer dispute, the consumer can use the European Online Dispute Resolution Platform, available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr or the following alternative consumer dispute resolution entities:
For more information, see the Consumer Portal at www.consumidor.pt
(under article 18 of Law no. 144/2015, of 8 September)