How does Part Two handle personal data?
When you order items or catalogues, we register your name and address in our system to enable us to send you your order. Our system then "recognises" you as a customer from then on, making ordering easier in the future.
When collecting personal data via our website, we ensure that it is always done with your express consent and that you are informed of exactly what data we are collecting and why.
We store your information until you ask us not to. If you do not wish to be a customer of Part Two, and no longer wish to receive catalogues and other material from us, please notify us by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
, or by calling our customer service department on +45 9741 0415.
We guarantee that we will not disclose your personal data to third parties, including other companies.
The management and the Analysis department of Part Two have access to the data registered about you. The data controller at Part Two is our Head of IT and Web operations. The customer data we store is not encrypted.
We only transmit customer data via encrypted VPN connections. As a customer registered at Part Two, you have the right to object to the registration at any time. You also have the right to inspect the information we hold on you. These rights are protected by the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data, and enquiries relating to them should be addressed to Part Two by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
E-mail newsletters: To keep our customers up to date, we send out e-mail newsletters every week.
You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the link in each newsletter, sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
, or calling our customer service department on +45 9741 0415
We guarantee that we will not pass on your e-mail address to third parties, including other companies.
Cookies in your browser – When buying clothes online
or click on an PartTwo.com-sponsored ad. A cookie has a limited lifespan and is deactivated automatically after a certain time.
1. To increase our understanding of how visitors use Part Two. For this purpose, information is stored about browsers, the duration of visits, what visitors look at on the page and the like. The information is collected for statistical purposes only. This means that it is not technically possible to track or store information about specific visitors.
2. To improve the design of our website, new designs and graphics are tested on a regular basis. For this purpose, cookies are used to determine whether changes to the website should be presented to randomly selected visitors.
3. To be able to present products and information that are relevant to visitors, tracking cookies are used that store data about visitor behaviour in order to display relevant information such as specific products and ads.
Besides Part Two, Google and Intelliad are able to access the information described above.
If you have any questions regarding cookies at PartTwo.com, you are more than welcome to contact us.