C/ Profesor Don José Moya, 3 bajo
The owner of this website, its content and the Colton Foster brand is SonShoes S.L. Transfer, assignment, sale, rental and/or public exposure of this website without the corresponding authorisation from the owners is expressly prohibited. The information and advice appearing herein are for orientation purposes, SonShoes S.L. thus being exempt from any liability derived from lack of accuracy or efficacy of said information or advice.
SonShoes S.L. reserves the right to modify the content of this website without prior notice nor any kind of limitation. Any information sent to this website or entered in the forms herein must be true and may not infringe upon third-party rights nor current legislation.
SonShoes S.L. negates any contractual or extracontractual liability to any individual or enterprise harmed in any manner by computer viruses or any type of computing elements, as SonShoes S.L. is not able to guarantee the total absence of viruses or other elements on this site.
SonShoes S.L. reserves the right to update, modify or delete the information held at www.coltonfoster.com, being able to limit or prohibit access to said information. SonShoes S.L. reserves the right to delete, limit or prevent access to the website thereof when technical difficulties arise due to events or circumstances outside of the control of SonShoes S.L. that, according to the judgement of SonShoes S.L., decrease or eliminate the security levels adopted for adequate website functioning.
SonShoes S.L. collects and processes personal data from its users (such as name, title, business name, address, telephone number, email address and others of similar nature) and from the online services required (type of browser used, files requested, domain and country from which the information is being requested, payment documents, etc.) for the purpose of providing the best services possible in accordance with the tastes and preferences of the user and in order to keep the user informed about Colton Foster products and offers.
Personal user data can be obtained at different times through various methods, such as the registration process for service access, online forms, surveys taken or by participation in competitions, etc. The data requested is necessary to perform the service offered in each case. Personal user data shall be collected at the responsibility of SonShoes S.L. in duly registered files. In order to exercise your Rights to Access, Rectification, Cancellation and Opposition (ARCO) in compliance with Organic Law 15/1999 of December 13 regarding personal data protection, please contact us at the following address: C/ Profesor Don José Moya, 3 bajo, 30400 Caravaca de la Cruz (Murcia, Spain), or send an email with your request to email@example.com.
SonShoes S.L. wishes to send you commercial and advertising information related to any of the lines of business thereof, either electronically or by conventional methods. If you are not in agreement with the processing mentioned above, we ask you to communicate this to us at the address provided above. In the event that we do not receive an answer to the contrary within a period of thirty days from the date upon which you provided your personal data, we shall assume that you have consented to the processing described above.
You may revoke your consent at any time completely free of charge. In order to do so, you must send SonShoes S.L. a message with a photocopy of your National ID Document [DNI, abbr. in Spanish] or other analogous document attached, in writing or by email, to one of the addresses indicated above.
SonShoes S.L. commits to adopt appropriate technical and organisational measures for the purpose of preventing your personal data from being accessed, altered, modified or processed by non-authorised third parties.
Any sensitive information that you provide in order to access services and perform credit card transfers must be encrypted, and when applicable, only provided by the user when confident that he or she is using a secure web browser.
The user must keep in mind that the internet is not a fully secure place, and therefore must adopt the means necessary to prevent revelation of the information thereof to unauthorised third parties who could use personal user data in an improper manner.
It is the responsibility of the user to safeguard any passwords or usernames that would permit access to the subscribed services and content.
The user should be aware that use of New Technologies, specifically the internet and associated services, should not imply the erosion of the rights and guarantees already held by the user.