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Access to some pages on the site is subject to prior registration of some personal data concerning the users. Deltalux only stores data which is useful in the context of the provision of its services, either on electronic media or in any other form.
The personal data that the users disclose to Deltalux is confidential, and will not be transmitted under any circumstances to third parties without their prior consent, and only in accordance with the provisions of Luxembourg law concerning banking secrecy.
Deltalux undertakes to make every endeavour to ensure that the personal data supplied by site users is transmitted via a secure means, but reminds users that secrecy of correspondence is not guaranteed on the Internet.
Users accept that any use of the site is made under their own responsibility.
In accordance with the legislation on protection of personal data, users have the right to access and correct the data concerning them. They may exercise these rights by sending a written request to Deltalux at the address mentioned above, enclosing a copy of their identity card.
Users of this site are informed that during their access to this site, information may be stored temporarily in memory or on their computer equipment, particularly to facilitate navigation on the site (“cookies”). Users of this site acknowledge that they have been informed of this practice, and authorise the Bank to use it.
By disclosing their telephone number(s) or their e-mail address on the deltalux.lu site, users accept that Deltalux may provide them with information, either by telephone or by e-mail.
Users who have asked to receive information by SMS or other means of communication which entail charges, declare that they will pay any charges billed to them.
All trade marks, logos or items appearing on the pages of this site are the exclusive property of Deltalux. Any reproduction, representation or dissemination, in full or in part, of the content of this site on whatever medium or by whatever process it may be, constitutes an infringement of copyright and is prohibited without the express authorisation of Deltalux.
The creation of hypertext links to this site is subject to the prior consent of Deltalux.
This website may feature links to websites which are not managed by Deltalux. These external links are for information purposes only. If you visit these websites, we recommend that you read their respective privacy policies carefully. Deltalux may not be held responsible for the confidentiality policies or content of these websites, or for the practices of their administrators.
– What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files used to track the surfer’s Web behaviour. Cookies are widely used to make websites work, improve the navigation experience and provide information to the website owners.
What types of cookies do we use?
-First party Cookies
These cookies are saved by our websites and are only read by the website which saved them.
The cookies in this category are used to check the technical settings of your browser and to record your preferences as identified during a previous visit to the website. Their purpose is to ensure you enjoy an optimal experience.
Third party Cookies
These cookies are saved by third parties, for instance Google Analytics and Mixpanel to establish statistics, YouTube for videos, Facebook to optimise targeting of our activities on the network and other social sharing networks when the social sharing services are activated, …
Use of Google Maps
– Terms governing cookie management and opt-out
With regards to functionality cookies, Internet-users may change their Internet browser’s settings at any time in order to manage or even deactivate the installation of these cookies and to remove or block them:
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– Give or refuse consent
The user accepts responsibility for any access to the Site or any use made thereof. Deltalux will not be liable for direct or indirect losses that may arise out of the use of the Site and in connection with the interruption, stoppage or malfunctioning of the Site especially as may arise out of stoppages for maintenance purposes or in order to update, technical breakdowns or network overloads, cuts in telephone communications, errors, negligence or fault on the part of Internet service suppliers or third parties or due to a virus spread on the Internet.