This privacy notice is part of the website www.transcaribe.net. Your personal data will be processed by Transcaribe, referred to as Transcaribe in this notice.
Transcaribe is located at Calle 58 A between Calle 29 and Calle 33, number 500 C, Colonia Mérida Centro, Mérida, Yucatán, Postal Code 97000. You can contact us at the following telephone numbers: 9878727888, 987 8727671, and 987 8727504.
Our Data Protection Officer, Mr. Juan Manuel Pech Peraza, can also be reached at the same address. You can contact him via email at email@example.com.
The information requested for the Plan Cozumel process is:
These details are crucial for us to generate the Plan Cozumel card, allowing you to access the benefits provided by the card.
It is essential to stress that the information provided must be accurate and complete. The user or applicant will bear full responsibility for the accuracy of the provided data, and under no circumstances will Transcaribe be held responsible in this regard.
We utilize the requested information for the purposes specified in the paragraphs subsequent to each data list. Your information is not employed for any other intentions, and we do not share your personal data with external parties. Exceptions may arise in particular cases where we believe that disclosing this information could aid in identifying, locating, or pursuing legal action against individuals potentially violating the terms of service of any site operated by Transcaribe or causing harm or disruption to the rights of Transcaribe, other users of these sites, or any other individuals affected by such activities. This will only occur if we are legally compelled to comply with the appropriate legal procedures by court order.
In order to withdraw your consent, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org using the same procedure outlined in the preceding paragraph, which corresponds to the rights of cancellation and objection. Through this clause, the user indicates their agreement to the processing purposes as described above.
The personal data provided by the user will be incorporated into a file that will contain their profile. The user can exercise their rights at any time using their username or by sending an email to email@example.com.
Similarly, you have the right to revoke your consent to the processing of your data at any time, using the same means or by calling.
Your request must be accompanied by the reasons for which you wish to exercise any of your rights, along with an official identification of the data owner or their legal representative. Your request will be addressed within a maximum period of 20 business days.
www.transcaribe.net recommends that users update their data whenever changes occur, as this will enable us to provide a more personalized service.
“Transcaribe”, the website www.transcaribe.net, its logos, and all the materials appearing on said site are trademarks, domain names, trade names, and artistic works owned by their respective owners and are protected by international treaties and relevant copyright and intellectual property laws.
The copyright for the content, organization, collection, compilation, information, logos, photographs, images, programs, applications, and generally all information contained or published on the website www.transcaribe.net is duly protected in favor of “Transcaribe”, its affiliates, suppliers, and/or their respective owners, in accordance with applicable legislation on intellectual and industrial property.
The user is expressly prohibited from modifying, altering, or deleting, either wholly or in part, the notices, trademarks, trade names, signs, advertisements, logos, or generally any indication that refers to the ownership of the information contained on the site indicated.
In the event that the user transmits to “Transcaribe” any information, programs, applications, software, or generally any material that requires licensing through the website www.transcaribe.net, the user hereby grants “Transcaribe” a perpetual, universal, free, non-exclusive, worldwide, and royalty-free license, which includes the rights to sublicense, sell, reproduce, distribute, transmit, create derivative works from, display, and publicly perform.
The provisions in the previous paragraph shall also apply to any other information that the user sends or transmits to “Transcaribe”, including, without limitation, ideas for renewing or improving the website www.transcaribe.net, whether included in any section of the indicated page or through other means or modes of transmission, known or to be developed in the future.
Hence, by this act, the user expressly waives carrying out any action, lawsuit, or claim against “Transcaribe”, its affiliates, or suppliers for any present or eventual violation of any copyright or intellectual property arising from the information, programs, applications, software, ideas, and other material that the user sends to the website www.transcaribe.net.
It is our policy to take action against intellectual property violations that may arise, as stipulated in the legislation and other applicable intellectual property laws. This includes the removal or blocking of access to material subject to activities infringing the intellectual property rights of third parties.
If any user or third party believes that any of the content found or introduced on the website www.transcaribe.net and/or any of its services violates their intellectual property rights, they must send a notification to the following address (firstname.lastname@example.org), indicating: i) accurate personal data (name, address, telephone number, and email address of the claimant); ii) a handwritten signature along with the personal data of the owner of the intellectual property rights; iii) precise and complete indication of the content(s) protected by the allegedly infringed intellectual property rights, including the location of the violations on the mentioned website; iv) an express and clear declaration that the introduction of the indicated content(s) has occurred without the consent of the owner of the allegedly infringed intellectual property rights; v) an express, clear statement, and under the responsibility of the claimant, that the information provided in the notification is accurate and that the introduction of the content(s) constitutes a violation of said rights.