The owner of the personal data has the power to exercise the right of access to them free of charge at intervals of not less than six months, unless a legitimate interest to that effect is established in accordance with the provisions of article 14, paragraph 3 of the Law No. 25,326. The NATIONAL DIRECTION OF PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA, Control Body of Law No. 25,326, has the authority to attend to complaints and claims that are filed in relation to non-compliance with the rules on protection of personal data. The owner may at any time request the withdrawal or blocking of his name from the data banks referred to in this article (art. 27 Law 25.326). In all communication for advertising purposes that is made by mail, telephone, email, Internet or other remote means to be known, the possibility of the data owner to request the withdrawal or blocking must be indicated, expressly and prominently, Total or partial, of your name from the database. At the request of the interested party, the name of the person in charge or user of the data bank that provided the information must be reported.

The Agency for Access to Public Information, the control body of Law No. 25,326, is empowered to deal with complaints and claims that are filed in relation to non-compliance with the rules on protection of personal data.

ASCOLTA will strictly comply with the provisions contained in Laws No. 25,326 on the Protection of Personal Data

Personal information

Summarized Privacy Policy

Privacy is your right to keep your information private, and also have control over it, know with whom it is shared, who can see it, who cannot, for how long, among other things.

The protection of personal data has a close relationship with the right to privacy, since the authorization or transfer of rights temporarily on your personal data, in certain cases could be conditioning your right to privacy.

In this context, we want to inform you that by using or requesting our services, and/or by providing services to us as a provider and/or as an employee, it is possible that we collect your personal data, and that is why at ASCOLTA we understand that said treatment implies a great responsibility and We do our best to protect your information and allow you to control it.

What data is being collected?

We collect the minimum information necessary to be able to provide the best services to all our clients. The type of information that ASCOLTA collects and how that information is used depends on the use you make of our services (as a web visitor, customer) and/or the contractual relationship you may have with us (supplier, employee, etc.).

Why are these data collected?

ASCOLTA collects your data for the following purposes:

  • The provision of interior design, furniture and product services.
  • Sending advertising, direct sales and the like.
  • Improve our services and develop new products and services.

In order for us to process the data in the best possible way, the user who provides us with their personal data must guarantee that their data is truthful, accurate and complete. When we collect your personal data for direct marketing, sales and other similar activities, ASCOLTA will process them in accordance with art. 27 of Law 25,326 and the applicable regulations.

Who do we share your data with?

In order to carry out our service provision in the best possible way for our clients, it is necessary to transfer personal data to different organizations. For example, in order to send you the latest promotions or benefits of your plan to your email, we will need to transfer your data to a service provider that facilitates the sending of those communications. In the same way, in case you need to be able to collect the consumption of your services, we will need to transfer your data to the billing service providers, as well as to the courier services that will allow the bill to reach your door home or your hands.

By virtue of the processing of personal data, ASCOLTA may share the information with natural or legal persons who hold the quality of suppliers, contractors and / or third parties directly or indirectly related to ASCOLTA, to carry out tasks or management of collection, collection, advertising, marketing, promotions, sales or any other activity derived and / or related to the object of ASCOLTA; as well as with representatives of our company.

We will always try to ensure that the information provided is used only for the stated purposes and purposes, so ASCOLTA undertakes not to sell, license, transmit or disclose it, outside the organization, unless the user expressly authorizes us to do so, or , is required or allowed by law.

How do we take care of your data?

ASCOLTA makes a great effort to have security measures that aim to protect user data, seeking to prevent adulteration, loss, unauthorized use and access. More specifically, and in compliance with the due diligence for data processing, ASCOLTA implements human, administrative and technical protection measures that are reasonably within its reach and that are in accordance with the good practices established by the Access to Public Information.

ASCOLTA and all persons involved in the Processing of Personal Data, in accordance with the article, have the obligation to keep and maintain the confidentiality of such data, an obligation that remains even after the contractual relationship has ended.

With all the providers and recipients with whom some type of information transfer is made, ASCOLTA takes care of establishing pertinent contractual commitments to safeguard the data.

ASCOLTA will preserve your personal data in accordance with the security and confidentiality procedures indicated in arts. 9 and 10 of Law 25,326. However, the user must understand that electronic data transfers may not be completely secure. From ASCOLTA we will take reasonable security measures within our reach, but we cannot fully guarantee the security of your data.

What are your rights and how can you exercise them?

In relation to the rights of users, and in accordance with Law No. 25,326, any person can request information from the control body regarding the existence of files, records, databases or banks of personal data, their purposes and identity of their managers. Likewise, the rights of rectification or updating are provided, as well as the right to delete your data, except when it could cause damage to the rights or legitimate interests of third parties, or when there is a legal obligation to retain the data.

As a user, at any time and free of charge, the owner of the data, upon accreditation of your identity, has the right to request and obtain information about your personal data from ASCOLTA. You can do it by sending an email to

ASCOLTA will keep the means of contact enabled so that users can exercise their rights and, in that sense, apply the procedures provided in the Privacy Policy.

What are Cookies?

Like other web pages, ASCOLTA uses cookies on its website and some related services. Cookies are pieces of information that the web service sends to Internet browsers and that allow visitors to navigate our web services and (when applicable) allow us to adapt our website and its content to the needs of the visitor and improve results. depending on the user’s actions. Cookies are used to protect our clients and prevent fraudulent activities; to identify the way in which users learned about our website, explore how they use it and helps us improve the quality of our services.

How can you contact us?

You can contact us with your questions, requests and comments by sending us an email to We remind you that the purpose of this Summary Privacy Policy is to be able to approach you in a friendly way the most relevant aspects of our good practices in the treatment of personal data. However, we recommend and suggest the complete reading of our Privacy Policy. In certain cases where you consider that a greater detail is necessary about all our practices and processes in the treatment of personal data, you can write us an email to