Privacy Policy


Latvian Direct Selling Association ensures that all personal data provided on the website are processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner. Personal data are collected only for the purposes specified and explicitly defined by this policy and are not processed in a way incompatible with those purposes.


Privacy Policy – the rules of processing personal data and cookie usage information, which are posted on the website

Website – the website located at address and where a visitor can submit electronic queries,- a consumer’s complaint form and a contact form.

Data Controller – a legal or natural person who alone or in association with others, establishes the purposes and means of processing personal data. Data controller in this Privacy Policy is Latvian Direct Selling Association, legal entity code: 50008067811, registration address: Bruņinieku iela 12 – 9, Rīga, LV-1001, contact information:

Data Subject – a visitor of website, who personal data is managed by the Data Controller for the purpose of administering electronic queries.

Personal Data – personal data that is managed by the Data Controller and allows identification of the visitor of the website, including, but not limited to: name, surname, address of e-mail and other.

Data Management – any action taken with personal data: collecting, recording, storing, modifying (adding or editing), usage, deletion, or other action or set of actions.

Consent – the free expressed act of the Data Subject with which he agrees on the processing of personal data.


This policy provides basic provisions for the collection, storage and management of personal data.

The Data Subject is considered to be familiar with this Privacy Policy when expressing the Consent to process his Personal Data by submitting a query / complaint and continuing browsing our site.

This Privacy Policy is accessible to you at any time at website


The data subject agrees that, by submitting a consumer’s complaint form or an electronic query/contact form the Data Manager will process personal data submitted by him for the purpose of handling the complaint or replying to an electronic query, e-mail.

If you visit our website, we also collect information about your usage of our website. Read more about cookies in the “Cookies” section.

We may receive information about you from public and commercial sources (as permitted by applicable law) and associate it with other information we receive from you or about you. We can also receive information about you from third-party social networking services when you sign in, for example through your Facebook account.

We storage your personal data no longer than the purposes for processing them require or are foreseen by the law, if the law set a longer term of data storage.

The data controller undertakes not to disclose processed personal data to third parties except in the following cases:

-if there is a Data Subject’s consent to the disclosure of personal data,

-to law enforcement agencies in accordance with the requirements of the law,

-if necessary to prevent or investigate criminal offenses.


A Data Subject grants the Data Controller the right to collect, manage, process, and store personal data to the extent and for such purposes as it is set in this Privacy Policy.

A Data Subject who has properly identified himself / herself, by submitting an identity document or a notarized copy of such document, has the right to request our confirmation or processing of his or her personal data and to request access to our processed his or her personal data.

The Data Controller, upon receipt of a legitimate request from a Data Subject to access to the processed personal data, shall provide the reply within 30 (thirty) calendar days from the receipt of the request.

A Data Subject has the right at any time to cancel his or her consent regarding the processing of personal data, as well as request that the Data Controller would erase all data relating to him or her. However, this provision does not apply if, under the laws, the Data Controller is required to store data.


When you visit the websites, we want to provide the content and functions that are tailored to your needs. This requires cookies. They are small items of information saved in your web browser. They help the Data Controller recognize you as the previous visitor of our website, save the history of your visit to the website and adapt the content accordingly. Cookies also help ensure the smooth functioning of websites, allows monitoring the duration and frequency of visits to our websites, as well as collecting statistical information about the number of website visitors. By analysing this data, we can improve our websites and make them more user-friendly for your use.

Before you use our website, we must obtain your consent on the use of cookies. For this reason, a window appears on our website informing you about the use of cookies and asking you to accept cookies by clicking on the “I ACCEPT” tag. If you do not accept but will continue browsing the website, you will be deemed to have accepted cookies.

You can choose whether you want to accept cookies. If you do not agree to save cookies to your computer or to another terminal device, you can change your web browser settings and turn off all cookies or turn them on/off one at a time. However, please note that in some cases this may slow down the speed of browsing the web, restrict the functionality of certain websites or block access to the website.

You can find more information about cookies here:


The Data Controller has the right at any time unilaterally to change the Privacy Policy. Amendments or supplements to the Policy take effect from the day of their publication, i.e. from the day they are posted on the website If you login or use our content and/or services, we will assume that you agree to the new requirements of Privacy Policy. The latest version of the Privacy Policy is always available at


This Privacy Policy is reviewed once in 2 (two) years and updated according the needs.

This Privacy Policy comes into force from March 1, 2019 and is publicly available on the website

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