Sixty and Me is serious about protecting your online privacy. The following privacy statement explains our views and practices regarding privacy and how it may impact you as a user of our services and website.

This privacy statement will also explain how we process your data, when we will be done with it and how you can request that we erase your data.

Our mailing address is:

Sixty and Me LLC

Baarermattstrasse 19

Baar, 6340

Switzerland

You can also reach us at info@sixtyandme.com or on the Contact Us section of the website.

If you no longer want to receive communications from Sixty and Me, or you disagree with our reasons for contacting you, you can contact our Chief Data Security Officer, Nathan Manning, at nathan@sixtyandme.com.

What Personal Data Do We Collect from You? 

We will ask for your personal data when you purchase one of our products or when you sign up to receive one of our newsletters. Let’s look at each of these scenarios so that you have a better understanding of what we capture and why.

Product purchase: If you purchase one of our products, we collect the information that we need to fulfill your order. For example, we will ask for your name, shipping address email and other contact information. We will also need to ask for your payment information so that we can process your transaction.

Newsletter sign-up: If you sign up for one of our newsletters, we collect the information that we need to send you our newsletter and, where possible, to customize the information that you receive. For example, if you tell us that you are interested in health-related topics, you might see more articles related to health and fitness. We will also ask for your name, email address and other contact information.

Why Do We Capture Your Personal Data?

Product purchase: If you purchase one of our products, we need to know enough about you to fulfill your order. For example, we need your shipping address to be able to send you a physical product.

Newsletter sign-up: If you purchase one of our products, we capture the data that we need to send you our newsletter and, where possible, to customize the information that you receive. For example, if you tell us that you are interested in health-related topics, we might send you additional content related to health and fitness.

What is Our Legal Reason for Asking for Your Data?

In some countries, we must have a specific reason to ask you for – and to store and process – your personal data. Following is the legal reasons that we ask for your personal data.

Product purchase: We ask for your data as part of a legal contractual transaction.

Newsletter: We ask for your explicit legal consent.

If you no longer want to receive communications from Sixty and Me, or you disagree with our reasons for contacting you, you can contact our Chief Data Security Officer, Nathan Manning, at nathan@sixtyandme.com.

Who Has Access to the Data that We Collect About You?

Sixty and Me controls the data that you provide. However, we use 3rd parties to assist with our data processing. Following is a list of the partners that process some or all of the data that you provide to Sixty and Me.

Product purchase:

  • Infusionsoft
  • Authorize.net
  • PayPal
  • AIB Merchant Services

Newsletter sign-up:

  • Infusionsoft

These 3rd party data processors are only allowed to use your data for the purposes that we designate.

How Long Do We Keep the Data that You Provide?

The length of time that we keep your personal data depends on the reason that it was captured.

Product purchase: 10 years, for tax and accounting purposes.

Newsletter: Until you ask us to remove you from our newsletter list.

If your data is needed due to a legal case, we reserve the right to keep it until the situation is resolved.

Why Do We Use Cookies on Our Website?

Like most websites, we use cookies to track various aspects of how you interact with our website. For example, these cookies help us to understand how you and other visitors use our website. They also help us to improve our marketing and to better target our offers and ads. It is always a good idea to check your browser settings in order to control the cookies that your browser allows to be stored.

Visitor Rights

Our EU visitors have specific rights with regards to how their data is used. However, we will honor these rights for all visitors to our website, regardless of where they live.

Your rights include:

  • The right to be informed: This privacy policy informs you of your rights.
  • The right of access: We will let you know what data you have about you if you ask.
  • The right to rectification: We will fix any mistakes regarding your data.
  • The right to erasure: We will honor your request to erase your data.
  • The right to restrict processing: You can ask us to restrict how your data is processed.
  • The right to data portability: We will give you a copy of your personal data if you ask.
  • The right to object: You can object to how we use your data.
  • Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.

To exercise any of these rights, you can contact our Chief Data Security Officer, Nathan Manning, at nathan@sixtyandme.com.

How to Withdraw Your Consent

Regardless of the initial reason that you had for giving us your personal data, you can withdraw your consent at any time. To do this, you can click on the “unsubscribe” link in our email communications.

Alternatively, you can send an email to our Chief Data Security Officer, Nathan Manning, at nathan@sixtyandme.com.

Privacy Policy Updates

We may make changes to our privacy policy from time to time in order to comply with new laws or to meet the changing needs of our business. If we do this, we will post a notice on our website, 30 days before the new policy goes into effect.

Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998

If we receive a complaint, pursuant to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, related to content that you have posted on the Sixty and Me website, we may be required to share your personal data with the copyright holder.

Public Comments

Please be aware that any content that you post on Sixty and Me is public and can be viewed by anyone who accesses our website.

Sale of Business

Should Sixty and Me be purchased, all of your personal data will be transferred to the new owner.

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, you can send an email to our Chief Data Security Officer, Nathan Manning, at nathan@sixtyandme.com.