Terms and Policies




In accordance with article 10 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, we set out below the identifying details of the Website Owner:

Website: https://invoin.com/


Registered Address: C/ 12 de Octubre, 36 SS Esc. IZQ. 28009 – Madrid (Spain)

Tax ID Code: B-83773291

Telephone: +34 91 417 8899

Email: rrhh@invoin.com

Registry Details: Companies Registry of Madrid, Sheet M-33.816, Page 167, Volume 19.299


Any person accessing the Website of INVOIN CONSULTING shall be considered a User. The User undertakes to use the Website and the services made available through the same in accordance with the law, morality, good customs and public order, as well as in accordance with the provisions of this clause. Consequently, the User shall refrain from using the Website for ends or effects that are illegal and/or contrary to the provisions herein, or that harm the rights and/or interests of third parties, or which, in any way, harm the Website or prevent its normal use, or that of the services accessed through the same. Use of the Website and/or its Services shall imply full and unreserved acceptance – and the validity – of each and every one of the clauses contained in the last updated version of this Legal Notice, which is why the User must be aware of the importance of reading the same every time they visit the Website.


The source code, graphic design, images, photographs, video, audio, animations, software, texts and any other information and content on the Website are protected by Spanish legislation on intellectual and industrial property rights in favour of INVOIN CONSULTING or third-party licensees. It is forbidden to reproduce and/or publish the Website in full or in part, as well as to subject it to computerised treatment, distribution, dissemination, modification, transformation or decompilation, or to infringe upon any other rights legally granted to its owner, without the prior written approval of the same. The User may solely and exclusively use the material contained on the Website for their own personal and private ends, use of the same for commercial purposes or to engage in any illegal activity being forbidden. All rights arising from intellectual property are expressly reserved by INVOIN CONSULTING and its third-party licensees, which shall ensure compliance with the above conditions and the correct use of the content presented on their websites, taking all civil and criminal legal action available to them in the event of violation or breach of such rights by the User.


INVOIN CONSULTING undertakes to protect the privacy of users who access this Website and/or any of its services. Use of the Website and/or any of the services offered by INVOIN CONSULTING implies acceptance by the User of the provisions set forth in this Privacy Policy and consent to the processing of their personal data as described herein. Please bear in mind that although our website may contain links to other websites, this Privacy Policy will not apply to other companies or organisations to which you are redirected through links on our website. INVOIN CONSULTING has no control over the content of third-party websites and does not accept any liability of any kind for the content or privacy policies of such websites.


In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 27 April 2016, (GDPR), we hereby inform you of the following with regard to the processing of the personal data you might provide us with:

Who is the data controller of your data?

INVOIN CONSULTING Our details are found at the top of this legal notice.

We process the data provided to us to provide and bill our services and products.

If you provide your consent, we may also process your data to send you information on products, services or activities.

How long will we store your data?

The personal data provided will be retained for as long as strictly necessary. That is to say, while you remain a user of our services or wish to continue to receive information.

What is the legitimate legal basis for the processing of your data?

The legal basis for the processing of your data is the consent given by you to us. (Minors under the age of 16) It will be understood that information sent by minors under the age of 16 was provided with the consent of their legal guardians. If this is not the case, the legal guardian as soon as possible [sic].

To whom will we communicate your data?

Your data will not be communicated to third parties, unless required by law or if it is necessary to fulfil the purpose of the processing.

Any person has the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not we are processing their personal data.

Data subjects have the right to access their personal data and to request the correction of inaccurate data or the deletion of the same when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.

In certain circumstances, data subjects may request restricted processing of their data, in which case we would only store the data for the purpose of possible defence against legal claims.

In certain circumstances, and for reasons relating to their own personal situation, data subjects may object to the processing of their data. In this case we would stop processing the data, except for compelling legal reasons or for the purpose of possible defence against legal claims.

Data subjects also have the right to portability of their data.

Finally, data subjects also have the right to file a complaint before the competent Data Protection Authority.

How can you exercise your rights?

By sending us a letter, attaching a copy of your identity document, by post to our registered address or by email (to the email address shown at the top of this Legal Notice).

How did we obtain your data?

The personal data we process were provided by the data subjects themselves, who warrant that the data provided are accurate, duly undertaking to inform us of any change to the same. The data marked with an asterisk are mandatory to be able to provide you with the service requested.

What data do we process?

The data we process cover the following categories:

Identifying data.

Postal or email addresses.

Other details requested in our forms.

The data are limited, as we only process those data necessary to provide our services and manage our activity.


We apply the security measures established in article 32 of the GDPR, meaning that we have adopted the necessary security measures to ensure a level of security that is commensurate with the risk involved in the data processing we perform, using mechanisms that allow us to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, availability and permanent resilience of the processing systems and services. These measures include:

Information on personal data processing policies.

Creation of regular back-up copies.

Data access controls.

Regular verification, evaluation and assessment processes.


INVOIN CONSULTING acts with the utmost diligence to ensure that the data and information it offers on its website is up to date at all times. It does not guarantee and will not be held responsible for the accuracy or updating of the content of the website, reserving the right to modify such content at any time. INVOIN CONSULTING will also not be liable for information that can be obtained through links included on the website. Commercial relations between clients shall be governed by the general terms established by INVOIN CONSULTING, should this prove necessary, in a specific document for such purpose, or for specific agreements reached between clients.


INVOIN CONSULTING hereby undertakes not to engage in any dishonest advertising. For these purposes, therefore, any formal or numerical errors found throughout the content of the different sections of the Website, occurring as a result of incomplete maintenance and/or updating of the information contained in such section, will not be considered dishonest advertising. In line with the provisions of this section, INVOIN CONSULTING undertakes to rectify any such errors as soon as it becomes aware of them. INVOIN CONSULTING undertakes not to send any commercial communications without identifying them as such, in accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce. For these purposes, information sent to clients of INVOIN CONSULTING will not be considered commercial communication, provided that the aim of the same is always to ensure maintenance of the existing contractual relationship between the client and INVOIN CONSULTING, as well as the performing of informational tasks and other activities required for the service used by the client.


Use of this Website implies full acceptance of the terms of this Legal Notice. This Legal Notice and all relations established between INVOIN CONSULTING and the User of the Website and its services shall be governed by the provisions of Spanish law. – Last updated: August- 2022