Information on the Processing of Personal Data (GCIP EU 2016/679 – GDPR)

TRUST as a data controller, fully in line with the provisions of the General Personal Data Protection Act (hereinafter GDPR), Law 2472/1997 on the Protection of Individuals from the Processing of Personal Data and the Decisions of the Supervisory Authority, operates with absolute sensitivity and respect for the provisions on the protection of the rights and fundamental freedoms of individuals and privacy.


To this end, TRUST is committed to both complying with legal requirements and commitments in relation to the processing of personal data it manages and for ensuring that GDPR‘s rights to data subjects are properly exercised vis-à-vis the controller.


The personal data processed by TRUST as the controller are the name, surname, identity card number, tax ID number, profession and contact information.


The processing of the above personal data, as part of TRUST’s statutory purposes, which is the updating of the specific personal data, is carried out with the aim of reliability of transactions, financial freedom and freedom of information. The legitimacy of the stated purpose is based on the necessity of fulfilling the legitimate interests of TRUST’s clients, in particular for reasons related to the security of transactions (Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR).


The above data is transmitted by TRUST, as the case may be, to its business customers with which the data subjects have a transactional relationship in order to maintain their communication and cooperation in the long run as their prospective or active client.
Also, TRUST keeps a record of this update through the business-recipient of the data that works as a process editor in relation to it. This record is kept for five years from the expiration of the transaction / contract of the subject with the recipient for the purpose of establishing, exercising or supporting legal rights.


The above data processed by TRUST is collected from digital directories posted on the Internet, from printed publicly accessible physical directories and from communication with the data subjects themselves, and in this sense TRUST can be contacted by telephone with them solely for that purpose, namely updating the above data already registered in its database.


The data subject reserves the right to request access to his or her data, correct any proven erroneous data, delete them, oppose or restrict the processing of data concerning him / her. The exercise of the rights is accomplished by completing the appropriate right form available on this website ( and sending it to the TRUST Data Processing Officer at its e-mail address ( or by mail at TRUST CENTER SA, Vouliagmenis & Thrace Avenue 1- Elliniko Attikis, PC 16777 (DPO note). In addition, it is possible to contact the TRUST customer company, acting as a TRUST agent, who will forward the data subject’s request without delay to TRUST for review. TRUST is required to respond to any request from the data subject within one month of receiving it. This period may be extended, on notice of the subject, two (2) months in special cases.


In addition, the data subject has the right to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority ( if he considers that the processing of his or her personal data is in violation of the GDPR provisions.


In particular as regards the rights of the data subjects:


According to Article 15 of the GDPR, the data subject is entitled, at his request to TRUST, to know whether or not the personal data concerning him / her are processed or processed, as well as additional processing information. (Request Form for Access)


Pursuant to Article 16 of the GDPR, if the data subject ascertains an error in data relating to him, he may submit a request to TRUST and request the correction of incorrect data or the completion of missing personal data concerning him. (Request Form for Correction)


Under Article 17 of the GDPR, if the data subject wishes to delete data relating to him / her, he / she may apply to TRUST and request, under certain conditions, their deletion. (Request Form for Deletion)


According to Articles 18 and 21 of the GDPR, the data subject is entitled under certain circumstances to request TRUST to restrict the processing or oppose the processing of his or her personal data. (Request Form for Objection – Restriction)