Maxbelt is committed to guarantee user privacy and it is extremely important that we ensure the protection of the information entrusted to us by our customers, website visitors and all those with whom we communicate. At Maxbelt, we are committed to maintain the highest standard of privacy and data protection. This is critical to maintain Maxbelt’s reputation and meeting the extensive legal and regulatory requirements imposed on us. We also believe that it is important to be transparent with regard to the handling of information and we are committed to comply with the requirements of Law 13.709/2018, commonly known as the General Data Protection Law (LGPD), as well as the exercise of its activities and rights under them.

Maxbelt regularly reviews and updates its Privacy Policy in order to always comply with GDPR provisions. Therefore, we recommend that you regularly check our website for updates.

Maxbelt’s Privacy Policy does not apply to Internet sites controlled by third parties not affiliated with Maxbelt to which this site may link. We assume no responsibility for the content of these third party websites.

If you need more information about our Privacy Policy, please contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) via email: dpo@maxbelt.com.br


This MAXBELT Privacy Policy applies:

(I) MAXBELT employees;

(II) to all third parties, whether individuals or legal entities acting for or on behalf of MAXBELT in operations involving the processing of personal data that are carried out within the scope of activities conducted by MAXBELT;

(III) to personal data processing agents external to MAXBELT that in any way relate to the Institution;

and (IV) to the holders of personal data, whose data are processed by MAXBELT.


Maxbelt will collect information from the user’s registration in the register available on its website. In the “Contact” area, Maxbelt collects: name, email address, telephone number and other user information that, as they are made available by the same, in order to meet their legitimate interests and compliance with legal obligations.

In addition to the “Contact” area, Maxbelt may request the provision of other user information in the “InfoMax” area, where the user can choose to register to receive information from our company (news and technical content) that may be of interest to them. If you contact Maxbelt, you are authorizing our company to keep a record of this correspondence. Occasionally, Maxbelt conducts surveys with users for research purposes. In any area of the site where Maxbelt collects personal information, there will be a link to the Privacy Notice reproduced here.

The personal data we process may include:

  • Data relating to your visit(s) to our website, data relating to the device you use to visit our website and other information such as an IP address;
  • Basic information such as first name (or initials) and last name;
  • Contact details such as your postal address, email address and telephone number(s) if you have submitted them by completing a contact form on our website;
  • Personal data relating to you that you have provided to us about any job application through the website, such as contact details, information about your work history, etc.;
  • Personal data collected through cookies (see below in the “Cookies” section).

As a general rule, Maxbelt collects personal data directly from you (or the company you work for). However, from time to time Maxbelt may use third party services to collect personal data, for example through publicly accessible sources and records such as agencies or public authorities.


We obtain personal data in the following situations:

  • When you provide us with your personal data or when you interact with us directly (by email, telephone, letter or via a contact form on the website), for example when you apply for a job or when you sign up for our newsletters (InfoMax) or other information about our company, products and services, including press releases. If, when registering, you indicate that you are interested in receiving information from Maxbelt, we may occasionally send you messages via email about products, services and technical content that may interest you. Such content and messages will only be sent if the user indicates that he has no objection to this information. If you do not wish to receive these correspondences, it is sufficient for the user to communicate, in writing, to Maxbelt;
  • When we monitor our technology tools and services, including visits to our website and emails sent to and from Maxbelt;
  • As part of our business acceptance process, namely when you (or the company you work for) enter into a contract with us.



We process personal data defined under the heading “Personal data collected” above for the following purposes/purposes:

  • Carry out the contractual relationship with you (or with the company you work for) and/or provide and improve our products and/or services requested by you;
  • To comply with applicable laws and regulations and our obligations arising therefrom, to which we are subject in Brazil;
  • For purposes of legitimate interests, if these are not within the scope of performing a contract with you or pursuant to a legal obligation, provided that you do not have an overriding privacy interest, including:
    • manage and administer our relationship with you;
    • for direct marketing purposes, among others, to identify products and services you may be interested in, to optimize our products and services, and to inform you through newsletters about our products and services. You will always have the option to opt out of such communications. If required by law, we will only use your personal data for these purposes with your prior consent;
    • provide and improve our website, generating statistics on its use;
    • handle your job application or subscription to any of our services or recruitment events; and
    • conduct research (statistics);
  • We may process your data for other specific purposes after obtaining your consent (and, if necessary, explicit consent).

We process your personal data only for the above purposes and ensure that it is only available to people who have a legitimate need to know and who would need access to it.

We do not currently process personal data through automated decision making or engage in profiling.


Maxbelt may compare user information with data from third parties, and disclose statistics (e.g., the percentage of audience formed by companies in a certain market segment) to describe the potential for potential partners, advertisers and any others.

Maxbelt may also disclose information about the user in special cases where disclosure of such information is necessary to identify, contact or take legal action against someone who may be violating (intentionally or not) the rights of Maxbelt or an aggrieved third party, or contrary to etiquette rules in force on the Internet. Maxbelt may disclose information about you when required by law, at the sole discretion of Maxbelt or the appropriate authorities.

We may share your personal data with the following third parties or their successors:

  • Entities of the Maxbelt group of companies, agents and service providers, as well as our legal representatives;
  • Our auditors; only upon request and provided that the request was made for legitimate reasons;
  • National data protection supervisory authorities;
  • Any competent courts and judicial authorities pursuant to data protection disputes.

Disclosures to an entity as set out above, subcontracting services or hosting Maxbelt’s own servers may imply that we are required to transfer your personal data to countries that do not meet the standard of having an adequate level of protection. In that case, we have procedures designed and implemented to ensure compliance with applicable data protection laws to protect your personal data.


Maxbelt has adopted appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against loss or against any form of illegal treatment.

Information about registration on the website is password protected so that only the user has access to this personal information. Maxbelt recommends that the user does not disclose his password to anyone. Maxbelt will never ask for a user’s password over the phone or via unsolicited email. The user must also remember to disconnect from the site and close his browser window when completing a browsing session. This helps to minimize the chances that others will gain access to the user’s personal information and electronic correspondence, especially when the user shares a computer with someone or is using a computer in a public place.

While Maxbelt may use its best efforts to protect the User’s personal information, Maxbelt cannot guarantee or guarantee the security of any information transmitted to Maxbelt or provided while browsing the Site, and it is at the User’s discretion to assume that risk. . Ultimately, the user is solely responsible for maintaining the privacy of their passwords and/or any information about their registration, and must be careful and responsible whenever they are browsing online. On the other hand, the user must be aware that he is solely responsible for classifying his information as private or not, and thus decide, at his own risk, to provide it in the online navigation.

Also, the user must be aware that privacy rights are independent and not confused with intellectual property rights, image rights, rights to honor and reputation, and other personality rights, and that, therefore, the information is not always that you provide on the website will be protected by them.

Maxbelt reserves the right to judge, at its sole discretion, except in the case of a decision by a competent authority, on the appropriateness of requests for information from a user made by another user on the pretext of the existence of a common interest for the latter.

The website is not to be confused with the provision of Internet access, and Maxbelt should not be asked to provide information about the data flow of users who access the website, except in case of determination by competent authorities, at Maxbelt’s discretion.


Data subjects have rights under the LGPD in relation to any personal data we process. You can request that we take the following actions in relation to your personal information that we hold:

  • Access. Provide information about the processing of your personal data and provide access to your personal data.
  • Confirmation. Confirm the existence of data processing
  • Correction. Update or correct inconsistencies in your personal data.
  • Exclusion. Delete your personal data in certain circumstances (right to be forgotten).
  • Export/Portability . Export/transfer a machine-readable copy of your personal data to yourself or a third party.
  • Restrict. Restrict the processing of your personal data in certain circumstances.
  • Objection. Object to processing if it is based on our legitimate interests.
  • Consent. If the processing of your personal data was based on your consent for a specific purpose, you can withdraw your consent for that purpose at any time. No legal restrictions apply in this regard.

If you have any questions, remarks, requests or complaints about the collection or use of (your) personal data or about this privacy statement, please contact the Maxbelt Data Protection Officer at dpo@maxbelt.com.br

Cookie Policy


Our website uses some cookies and therefore we are obliged to inform our visitors about the cookies Maxbelt uses and to obtain their consent. By using our website, you consent to the use and storage of cookies on your device. However, you can also view our website without analytics and third-party cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies. You can prevent cookies from being saved on your end device by configuring your browser not to accept them. You can delete cookies stored on your end device at any time. Below we explain a little more about cookies.


A cookie is, in general, a small amount of data sent from a web server to the user’s browser and stored on the user’s computer’s hard drive, that is, they are small files that record and store the details of your activity when visiting a website. All pages on the Maxbelt website that the user needs to log in to or that can be customized require the user to accept cookies.

Cookies help analyze web traffic and allow web applications to respond to you as an individual. The web application can adapt its operations to your needs, likes and dislikes, collecting and remembering information about your preferences.


The Maxbelt website also uses cookies. The use of cookies to store and sometimes track information about the user is part of the personalization of the offer and provision of services and information on the Maxbelt website. The purpose of cookies on our website is only to make your visit as pleasant as possible and to provide Maxbelt with information about how our website is being used so that we can optimize it for visitors like you. Maxbelt does not sell advertising space, so you will not find cookies from advertisers.

In general, cookies are used to:

(1) Identify the user to Maxbelt and access their account information (stored on Maxbelt computers) to provide the user with a more personalized service. This cookie is activated when registering, in “Login”, and is modified when “Disconnecting” from the website.

(2) Scale and qualify the site’s audience. Each browser that accesses the site receives a unique cookie, which is used to determine the extent of repetitive use, use by a registered user versus use by a non-registered user, and to help target information based on interests and user behavior.

We categorize cookies as follows:

Strictly necessary cookies (type 1)

These cookies are essential for websites and for their features to function properly. Without these cookies, certain services may be disabled.

Functional cookies (type 2)

These cookies also improve usability. For example, they remember selections or eliminate the need to log in every time. Maxbelt does not currently use functional cookies on our website.

Analytical cookies (type 3)

These cookies collect information about how you use the website and allow us to map visitor and survey behavior and adjust our services accordingly. This allows us to further improve our services for you as a visitor. We use analytical cookies, such as Google Analytics.

Third-party cookies (type 4)

These cookies are installed by third parties, for example social networks. Its main purpose is to integrate social media content on our website as social plugins.

The user also has options regarding the acceptance of cookies. By modifying the preferences in your browser, the user has the option of accepting all cookies, being notified when a cookie is set, or rejecting any and all cookies. If the user chooses to reject all cookies, he will not be able to use Maxbelt services that require registration as a condition of participation.


The personalization of services addressed by the website includes interactive communications and other types of services, most of which are free of charge. With certain information about the user, Maxbelt can provide content more relevant to the interests and profile of the user, and consequently better services.

Maxbelt conducts internal research on our users’ demographics, interests and behavior, based on information provided in the registry, or from the site’s server log files.

When personal information is requested from the user on the website, such information is used solely and exclusively by Maxbelt, unless otherwise indicated in the cookie. If the data is being collected and/or maintained by any company other than Maxbelt, we undertake to notify the user prior to the collection or transfer of the data, in the cookie. If the user does not want their data to be shared, they may choose not to allow the transfer, not using the respective specific service.

Any banner advertisers on the website, hosted websites or any third parties that use links on the website may insert cookies to collect information about the user. Such practices are the exclusive responsibility of the websites in question, and the personal data collected by them will observe the privacy policy of each one, and the website user must exempt Maxbelt from any implication regarding their consent in relation to the cookies used by these sites.

Maxbelt does not sell or rent information about users to anyone, it only gives access to them, free of charge, to its actual or potential partners, who, in this way, do not acquire any ownership over such data. Even in relation to data freely disclosed to its partners, the user will always have the option of not allowing the transfer when expressing acceptance or not of cookies. If the user wants their data not to be shared, they can choose not to use a certain service.


In addition to cookies, there are also third-party requests. They are not cookies, however, you send information through a type of fingerprint. Every computer has its own unique configuration and you automatically leave this information – about your operating system or browser, for example – when you visit a website.