To comply with the provisions of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services Act (Law 34/2002 of 11 July), detailed below is general information about the website owned by Grupo Solutio Consultores, SL (hereinafter SOLUTIO).
Name: Solutio Outsourcing, S.L.U.
Registered in the Company Register of Madrid – Volume: 15,918 – Book: 33 – Section: 8 – Page: M-269068
Website Terms of Access
By accessing the www.gruposolutio.com website, you are agreeing from that moment to be bound by its general and particular terms and conditions. Accordingly, we recommend that all users of the website read the terms and conditions that follow, in addition to the confidentiality policy that governs the site, before starting to browse, and, in the event of any queries that may arise, contact email@example.com for assistance.
We also inform you that SOLUTIO’s website is free of charge to access, and does not require prior subscription or registration at any time, except for certain sections in which the personal data of users may be collected, for which you will be informed of our Company’s confidentiality policy and how this information, which will be classified as Confidential at all times, may be used, in compliance with the requirements established by the Personal Data Protection Act (Law 15/1999).
Use of the Website
In accordance with these general terms and conditions, the user undertakes to use the website in accordance with the law, morality, public order and generally accepted good practices, and agrees to refrain from using the website for purposes that are harmful or could damage the reputation in the market of SOLUTIO, its clients, employees or associated companies.
In addition, the user will refrain from performing any kind of act that may harm or impede the normal functioning of the website and the services offered or damage computer equipment, files and databases owned by SOLUTIO or other legitimate owners which are contained or stored in any of the different sections that make up this website.
Limitation of Liability
Under no circumstances and without exception will SOLUTIO accept liability for damage of any kind that may be caused to the user by the operation of the website, up to the limit set by law.
The user will be held liable for damage and loss of any kind as a direct or indirect consequence of a breach of the general terms and conditions contained in this legal notice.
SOLUTIO will accept no liability whatsoever for the veracity and accuracy of the information contained in the www.gruposolutio.com website, and also reserves the right to amend, at any time and without notice, the website’s content or configuration, and even limit, suspend or prevent full or partial access at its absolute discretion.
SOLUTIO will not be liable for any damage or harm caused to users’ hardware or software as a result of accessing the website.
SOLUTIO is particularly sensitive to possible links that may be created from third-party sites to its website.
Users, whether natural or legal persons, who have created or intend to create hyperlinks from other websites to any of the pages of SOLUTIO’s website will be subject to the following conditions and be required to request express written permission at:
Grupo Solutio Consultores, SL
C/ Juan Esplandiú 13, planta 11
28007 – Madrid
Or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, on the understanding that any non-reply to the request must not be considered as permission to create the link. SOLUTIO may deny the request at its absolute discretion, without being required to provide a reason for its non-acceptance.
In the event that SOLUTIO authorises the creation of a link from a third-party website, it will always be made to the home page (simple link) and never to any of the specific sections that make up the website (deep link).
The user will be required to communicate any change in the content of its website, with SOLUTIO reserving the right to deny any previously granted authorisation without being required to provide a reason.
It will not be permitted, together with the link, to make false, inaccurate or incorrect statements that may be misleading in relation to the contents of the website or are contrary to the law, morality, public order or generally accepted good practices or that may damage the reputation of SOLUTIO, its associated companies or clients.