Privacy Policy


Access to and use of the website (hereinafter referred to as « the Website ») is likely to involve the supply of a certain number of personal data about you.

MANCINI & TRAVERSO (hereafter « the Company ») invites you to read its policy on the subject, which describes the data collected, the use made of it and the rights you have with regard to it.


1. Who collects and processes your data?

The Company responsible for processing personal data is: MANCINI & TRAVERSO, a limited liability company with a capital of €100,000, registered with the Marseille Trade and Companies Register under number 503 853 186, having its registered office at 36, Boulevard Leau, 13008 Marseille.

Within the framework of the Website and in compliance with Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended and EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, the Company collects and processes, for the purposes of the Website services, personal data concerning you.


2. What data do we collect?

Through the Contact Form, the Company collects data relating to your name, type of contact (new business/work with us/general enquiries), email address, geographical region, telephone number, as well as the subject and content of the message you wish to send to the Company, and, where applicable, the name of the company or entity on whose behalf you are contacting the Company.


3. Why do we collect your data?

This data is collected so that the Company can contact you in order to reply to your message and, if you consent, carry out commercial prospecting operations under the conditions of article 5 below.

All personal data requested from you in the Contact Form is mandatory in order for the Company to correctly provide its services.


4. What is the justification for this collection?

The data will be collected and processed in a fair and lawful manner, and will be used for the realization of the services offered on the Website.

The Company will only collect your personal data to the extent that you have expressly expressed your consent.

You may withdraw your consent at any time by sending a request to this effect to the following address:

  • By e-mail:
  • Or by post: MANCINI & TRAVERSO, Mrs Charlotte MANCINI, 36, Boulevard Leau, 13008 Marseille, France.

Withdrawal of your consent is for the future only and does not call into question the lawfulness of the processing carried out prior to the withdrawal of your consent.


5. Do you wish to receive our newsletters or promotional offers?

You may consent or oppose the use of your email address, at the time you provide your data, in order for the Company to communicate to you by email, its newsletter or promotional offers.

You can also oppose this prospecting at any time via the link provided for this purpose in all the emails you receive.


6. To whom do we communicate your data?

The Company is the recipient of all data collected and processed. Only the Company’s duly authorized personnel may possibly obtain knowledge of it.

The Company’s sub-contracted IT service providers may have access to the data during their maintenance operations, but they may not carry out any other data processing operations, such as modifying or using the data.


7. Who are our subcontractors?

The Company has recourse to various subcontractors whose respective missions are to ensure the hosting of the Site’s databases and the maintenance of the Site.

The Company guarantees that its subcontractors host the data within the European Union and present sufficient guarantees as to the implementation of appropriate technical and organizational measures so that the processing meets the requirements of EU Regulation 2016/679 and the Data Protection Act.

Subcontractors may themselves be authorized to subcontract all or part of their operations subject to strict compliance with the provisions of Article 28 of EU Regulation 2016/679.

However, as the data controller, the Company remains your sole interlocutor.

The identity of the Company’s subcontractors may be requested at any time at the following address:


8. What are our commitments?

The Company undertakes to maintain the strict confidentiality of the personal data collected from you and to take all necessary and sufficient measures to preserve the security of the personal data collected.

The Company undertakes to do the same with regard to the Company’s customers.

The Company undertakes to give access to the processed data only to duly authorized persons of its staff and of the staff of its above-mentioned subcontractors.

The Company undertakes not to use the data collected for purposes other than those specified in this document, and in particular not to assign, transfer or make available in any way personal data to third parties, subject to what is expressly provided for in this Privacy and Data Protection Policy.

The Company undertakes to ensure that all recipients and subcontractors mentioned in this document strictly comply with its terms and conditions.


9. What are your rights?

In accordance with the regulations in force, you have rights over your personal data.

To exercise these rights, you must write to the Company’s address, specifying the purpose of your request and providing proof of receipt of your request.

Any request for information on your rights or any request to exercise any of your rights should be sent to the following address:

  • By e-mail:
  • Or by post: MANCINI & TRAVERSO, Mrs Charlotte MANCINI, 36, Boulevard Leau, 13008 Marseille, France.

Any request to exercise your rights will be accompanied by a copy of your identity document in order to avoid any fraud and/or illicit access to your data.

However, certain personal information may be exempted from such requests in certain circumstances, for example if it infringes the rights and freedoms of third parties. If an exception applies, the Company will let you know by responding to your request.

9.1 Rights of access, opposition, limitation, deletion and correction of data

In accordance with the regulations in force, you have the right to:

  • access any of your personal data held by the Company;
  • update any of your personal data that is not up to date or incorrect;
  • restrict the way in which the Company processes your personal data;
  • ask the Company to provide you with a copy of any personal data it holds about you;
  • object to the use of your personal data;
  • object to the use of your personal data for marketing purposes.

9.2 Right to data portability

You have a right to the portability of your data, which must be returned to you by the Company in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, if you so wish.

You may only exercise this portability right in respect of data that you have actively and knowingly declared or that you have generated as a result of your business, including through the use of the Contact Form, to the exclusion of any other data that is calculated, derived or inferred from the data you have provided. Furthermore, only data processed in an automated way and collected on the basis of your consent or for the performance of a contract are covered by this right.

The Company reserves the right not to satisfy your request to the extent that the data concerned by your request do not meet the above-mentioned conditions.

For all data not meeting the above-mentioned criteria, you may only exercise the rights mentioned in the previous clause (Article 9.1).

The Company will not hinder the transmission of the data concerned by the right to portability to another data controller, either through you or directly when technically possible. In the event that the direct transmission of the data to another controller is not technically possible, the Company will inform you and propose an alternative solution.

In addition, you may download your data directly within the framework of the right of portability.

The Company is not responsible for the processing that you carry out on the data resulting from the right of portability once you have recovered them. The Company is also not responsible for the processing carried out by the company that retrieved your data following a request made by you in this respect.

9.3 Right to issue advance directives

In accordance with applicable regulations, you may issue advance directives on the use of your data after your death (e.g. storage, deletion, disclosure). You can change or withdraw your instructions at any time.

9.4 Right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL (French Data Protection Authority)

You are informed of your right to refer the matter to the CNIL in the event of non-compliance with legal and regulatory provisions on the part of the Company in the context of the management of your personal data.

To do so, in France, you can contact the CNIL from the following link:


10. How long do we keep your data?

The data collected from the Contact Form is kept for the time necessary for the Company to reply to you, and possibly for any subsequent exchanges that may take place between you and the Company. This data will then be archived by the Company for a period not exceeding one (1) year from the date of its collection or from the last message you sent to the Company.

In the event that you have consented to commercial prospecting, your personal data will be kept for a period of three (3) years from their collection or from the last contact made by you (for example, a request for documentation or a click on a hypertext link contained in an e-mail constitutes a contact made by you. However, the opening of an e-mail cannot be considered as a contact from you). At the end of this three (3) year period, and in the event that you have consented to be the subject of commercial canvassing, the Company may contact you to find out whether you wish to continue to receive commercial solicitations. In the absence of a positive and explicit response from you, the data will be deleted.

You are also reminded that cookies are stored for a period of six (6) months and that a new visit to the Site cannot extend this period.

In addition, the Company may keep anonymous or anonymized data in an irreversible process for an unlimited period of time for statistical reprocessing purposes. Given the anonymous nature of this data, it is not considered personal data within the meaning of EU Regulation 2016/679.

In the event of exercise of the right of access or rectification, data relating to identity documents are kept for the period provided for in Article 9 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, i.e. one (1) year.
In the event of exercise of the right of opposition, data relating to identity documents may be archived for the limitation period provided for in article 8 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, i.e., three (3) years.
In case of exercise of the right to object to receive commercial prospecting, the data necessary to take into account the exercise of your right, such as your e-mail address, are kept for three (3) years from the exercise of your right and cannot be used for any other purpose.