As a sales company, FIDDIAM SA wishes to provide you with service that meets your expectations, starting with the protection of your personal data. We are convinced that protecting your privacy is essential, which is why we wish to present the principles that guide us in the management of your personal data.


We know that respecting the confidentiality of your personal data is essential for maintaining your trust, so we have procedures in place to protect your data from unauthorized use or disclosure. We have established procedures and contractual provisions to require all of our employees and service providers to maintain the confidentiality of your data. Upon request, we will provide you with a summary of all your personal data held in our files. We make every effort to keep this data up to date. If you believe that your data is incorrect or incomplete, we will promptly make the necessary corrections.

Here are the commitments we make to you.


The data controller is FIDDIAM SA, whose registered office is located at 25 Rue des Bruyères L-1274 HOWALD (Luxembourg). Personal data may be processed by FIDDIAM SA for the purpose of managing its customer file, including managing and updating identification data.


  Société LuxGap SARL
  109a, route d’Arlon
  L-8310 Capellen


FIDDIAM SA may process personal data which is provided by data subject themselves (direct collection) or which FIDDIAM SA legitimately receives from its partners after obtaining the data subject’s consent (indirect collection).

Depending on the situation, FIDDIAM SA processes this data based on its legitimate interest, the data subject’s consent, the contractual relationship between the data subject and FIDDIAM SA and the obligation to fulfil legal requirements in order to manage its customer file, to provide customer service, to manage commercial relationships, to perform statistical studies, to manage litigation and to collect debts.


FIDDIAM SA may process this personal data for direct marketing purposes (marketing campaigns, personalized advertising, profiling, data-matching, public awareness, etc.), in order to improve its knowledge of its customers and prospects and to inform them about its activities, products and services.

In order to offer the most appropriate services in connection with direct marketing, this personal data may be communicated to companies and/or to persons who are subcontractors or service providers for the exclusive benefit of FIDDIAM SA and for the same direct marketing purposes as previously mentioned for FIDDIAM SA.

FIDDIAM SA may only transmit personal data to partners for direct marketing activities with the customer’s consent.


FIDDIAM SA and all its partners have undertaken to keep personal data within member countries of the European Community subject to the GDPR Regulation.


In the event that FIDDIAM SA receives information of a specific administrative nature concerning a customer (a court decision, an administrative judgment or other), FIDDIAM SA will take the necessary measures with regard to the customer (suspending all advertising, prohibiting the opportunity for new purchases, etc.) and will irreversibly destroy the documents received.


FIDDIAM SA cannot be held responsible for the fact that it and the companies and/or persons related to these companies to whom personal data is provided, transmit (are obliged to transmit) data to Luxembourg authorities, to foreign public authorities or to international institutions in compliance with a legal or regulatory obligation, in compliance with a court decision or in the context of legal proceedings to which FIDDIAM SA is a party.

All information will be treated with the utmost discretion.


Data subjects may exercise their rights (rights of access, rectification, erasure, restriction, objection, portability, withdrawal of consent) at any time and may contact an employee about any automated individual decisions taken against them.

For more information and to exercise your rights, we invite you to contact us at the following address:, as well as by the common means of communication made available to you on order forms, advertising documents or websites, or directly at:

25 rue des Bruyères
L-1274 HOWALD (Luxembourg)


FIDDIAM SA takes all necessary measures to treat your personal data in a secure and confidential manner and to prevent any illegitimate access to your data in order to protect it against theft, improper or fraudulent use and unauthorized modification.
For this purpose, FIDDIAM SA has set up and regularly updates internal procedures which apply to all of its employees and which ensure an optimal level of security for all of its physical and IT infrastructures.


FIDDIAM SA retains your personal data which has been collected in connection with your purchase contracts for the legal retention periods which FIDDIAM SA must comply with by law. Information which is not subject to legal retention periods is retained for file monitoring and marketing purposes. FIDDIAM SA only retains your personal data for the time necessary to comply with its legal obligations and commercial needs..


If you wish, you can lodge a complaint with the competent authority in your country of residence, or with the National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD) 1, Avenue du Rock’n’Roll L-4361 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Tel.: (+352) 26 10 60 -1


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