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3. Providing You with information about the products of BERG OUTDOOR or of any other company belonging to BRIGHT BRANDS SPORTSGOODS, S.A. including, as regards the above referred products, sending commercial communications by e-mail or by any other equivalent electronic communication means (such as SMS). You can change your preference in respect of receiving such communications by logging into the MY ACCOUNT section of this website and editing your preferences.
3. BRIGHT BRANDS SPORTSGOODS, S.A., with registered address at Rua João Mendonça nº529, Matosinhos Freguesia São Mamede de Infesta e Senhora da Hora, 4464-503 – Portugal , fiscal number, with the share capital of 514485680, being in charge of the file, undertakes to keep your personal information confidential and to ensure the exercise of your access, rectification, cancellation and objection rights by sending a letter to the above referred address .
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