UGREAT Privacy Policy

About Our Privacy Policy

UGREAT has established its Privacy Policy in respect of the confidence its clientele places in it and in conformity with high standards of data protection to which it is committed. Any personally identifiable information such as your name, address, contact numbers and preferences etc. (hereinafter referred to as "Personal Information") you make available to UGREAT is done so voluntarily, with your knowledge and consent when making a request, submission or registration for services from UGREAT. Registration forms contain both mandatory fields (indicated with an asterisk (*)) and non-mandatory fields; if you choose not to complete the mandatory fields then UGREAT may not be able to respond to your request or activate your option choices.

Requests for information made by telephone may be recorded for quality control and to ensure the accuracy of your Personal Information.

Personal Information provided to us by you will be made available for joint use by duly authorised UGREAT personnel in Taiwan, its subsidiary and affiliated companies worldwide, its Customer Relations management agencies and occasionally to other persons or companies who carry out operations in relation to our business such as data cleansing and joint marketing operations. Our subsidiaries and some of our business partners are located outside of the Taiwan and consequently you accept that your Personal Information may be either imported to or transferred abroad. However, all such persons/companies are subject to confidentiality agreements and to the strict respect of your privacy in accordance with applicable legislation. The Personal Information made available by you will be used to provide the requested services and may be used both for marketing research purposes relating to UGREAT's business and to provide information to you relating to its products and events.

Other than as stated above, UGREAT will not use your Personal Information for unsolicited communications. We do not sell, rent or otherwise make available any Personal Information submitted to us to other third parties unless it is to our business partners, our legal advisors or where so required by law or a court decision. UGREAT will use its best endeavours to ensure that your Personal Information is kept secure at all times.

On request, UGREAT will remove your Personal Information from its database thereby cancelling your registration to any of the UGREAT services. You are also advised that upon written request you may inspect your Personal Information and/or request that information about you be corrected, amended or deleted.

To help us keep your information up to date, please let us know of any changes. If you have registered for an e-mail service you no longer wish to receive, you can opt-out through an automated service by following the instructions at the end of the e-mail.

All requests relating to your Personal Information as well as any request to cancel your registration for services offered by UGREAT can be sent by e-mail:

services@shou.com.tw or write to us at the following address:

UGREAT Electronic Co., Ltd.

22175 18F., No.97, Sec. 1, Xintai 5th Rd., Xizhi Dist.,
New Taipei City 221, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

From time to time, UGREAT may amend this Privacy Statement in accordance with modified legislative obligations and UGREAT's business objectives. Our Privacy Statement can be consulted at any time from our Web Site at Privacy Notice.

Our main database is managed and located in Taiwan at

UGREAT Electronic Co., Ltd.

22175 18F., No.97, Sec. 1, Xintai 5th Rd., Xizhi Dist.,
New Taipei City 221, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Our Privacy Statement is exclusively governed by the laws of Republic of China without regard to its conflicts of law provisions. The Taiwan New Taipei District Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any differences or disputes arising out of or in connection with our Privacy Statement.

UGREAT trusts that its Privacy Statement demonstrates its commitment to managing your Personal Information in accordance with current legislative obligations in such a way as to fully protect your privacy.