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Privacy Policy

Limited Liability Company “REPUTE”



This Privacy Policy applies to all personal data about you collected, used or in other ways processed by us. The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to provide you with information on the purpose, scope, protection, and processing times regarding your personal data and the data subject’s rights during the acquisition and processing of customer personal data.


Personal data means any information that can be associated with a specific person. These can include identification data, such as a person’s name, surname, personal identity number, and contact information. The processing of your personal data is done for specific purposes and only in accordance with these purposes.

We use your personal data to provide you with the highest quality services possible, answer your questions, send you information, and/or verify your identity. You will always be asked to agree to receive any commercial communications.



We will take reasonable steps to maintain the accuracy and integrity of your personal data in our databases and to ensure the security of our databases. Our servers and databases meet the standard security requirements and are technically and physically protected.

The employees who have access to personal data are trained to operate in accordance with our internal rules for the processing of personal data. In some cases, your data may be transferred to law enforcement agencies on the basis of a request from a competent public official.

The retention period for each category of personal data is determined according to the applicable laws and regulations in force in the Republic of Latvia. We will store your personal data only for the time necessary to fulfil the purposes, for which they were obtained, or in order to comply with the applicable Latvian legislation to report irregularities and provide information.

3. is owned and operated by Limited Liability Company “REPUTE”, unified registration number 40003474804.

Cookies are small text strings sent by a web server to a client (usually a web browser), stored as small files on the user’s computer. Cookies make it easier to use the website. It is possible to disable the use of cookies, but this is not recommended as it could reduce the possibilities of using the website. Using cookies does not collect any information about you.

Since we process your data, you have the opportunity to find out for what purposes these data are collected, and in some cases you may have the right to ask for a reduction in the use of these data. You may have the following rights in accordance with data protection laws:

  • Request access to your personal data (receive and know for what purposes the information we know about you is used);
  • Object to the processing of your personal data (refuse to receive news updates or to use cookies);
  • Request the deletion of your personal data (delete information from our databases; this is enforceable insofar as the processing of data does not follow from our obligations imposed by the applicable laws and regulations and which are in the public interest);
  • Restrict the processing of your personal data (request that only certain information about you be processed);
  • Object to the processing of data.


Our Privacy Policy may be amended as necessary. All changes to the Privacy Policy will be published on, providing a special notice of the changes.

We make every effort to protect your private data and ensure the transparency of data processing. If you have any additional questions or comments regarding the processing of data or our Privacy Policy, or if you have any other questions, please contact us via email: