Legal warning

Youandi Infinite SL (Hereinafter THE-ARE) - CIF: B98962038, with postal address: C / La Safor 5, 46940 Manises, Valencia, registered in the Mercantile Registry of Valencia (Volume: 10417, Book: 7698, Folio: 212 , Sheet: V-179429, Inscription: 1) guarantees the privacy of the personal data provided, according to the LOPD.

Visiting this website does not imply that the user is obliged to provide any information about himself, however, during the visit, personal data may be requested through forms.

Said data will be used to answer the request made by you and to send it, they will also be used to send you information about our company and services by any means of communication. By sending us this form, you explicitly accept their receipt. In the event that you do not wish to receive our information, you would only have to send an email requesting the cancellation of our information service to or directly by pressing the "unsubscribe" button that appears below all emails. Your personal data will be part of the customer file, whose recipient and responsible for the file and its treatment is: THE-ARE, at C / La Safor 5, 46940 Manises, Valencia. Where you can exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition, by writing to the address indicated above including a copy of the DNI or equivalent identification document.

The refusal to provide the data will mean the non-provision or the impossibility of accessing the service for which they were requested. You have the right to receive an answer to any question, query or clarification that may arise from this form. In the event that you provide your data through an email message, it will be part of the same file whose purpose will be to manage the request or comment that you make to us, the rest of the points indicated in the previous paragraph being applicable. All your data will be definitively removed from our database for the following reasons: 1st- at your request. 2º- when they are no longer necessary for the purposes that motivated their collection.

The parties submit, at their option, for the resolution of conflicts and renouncing any other jurisdiction, to the courts and tribunals of the domicile of the owner of the website.

* As of January 9, 2016 there is a Regulation called ODR (Online Dispute Resolution) to resolve the various disputes arising from the international online sale of goods and services between EU countries.