Website Legal Disclaimer

BMW South Africa appreciates your interest in its products and your visit to the Website. You may be asked for personal information when you visit the site, but it is up to you whether you provide this information or not.

 

The BMW Websites are maintained in different countries around the world and are intended for visitors from those particular countries. If you do provide us with personal information it will be handled in accordance with the laws of the country in which the Website is maintained. Privacy information relating to each specific country should be found on the relevant Website.

 

BMW South Africa will not use the personal information collected on the Website for any purpose other than individual customer care, mailing of product information, or special offers. For these purposes, the information may be stored, processed, and, if necessary, passed on to other companies within the BMW Group. BMW South Africa declares that all information will be treated confidentially and in accordance with all relevant prevailing legislation.

Email Legal Disclaimer

 

Email messages and any attachments are confidential and intended solely for the addressee. If an email message is received by you in error please notify the sender at the specific BMW South Africa address from which the message originates immediately. Any unauthorised use, alteration or dissemination of any email message is prohibited.

 

BMW (South Africa)(Pty) Ltd (Registration Number 1960/000196/07), including any of its subsidiaries from which a message originates, accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss whether it be direct, indirect or consequential, arising from information made available and/or actions resulting there from.

 

Please note that BMW (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd and all its subsidiaries only bind themselves by way of signed agreements. ‘Signed’ refers to a hand-written signature, excluding any signature appended by ‘electronic communication’ as defined in the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, no. 25 of 2002.

 

Email Fraud Warning

 

BMW South Africa would like to warn you that fraudulent emails do get sent by senders that pretend to act on BMW’s behalf. It may be claimed in such emails, for example, that you have won a prize or that you should send or confirm personal information by email, including but not limited to, your name, address, passwords or financial information. If you receive an email from someone purporting to be from BMW South Africa or a division of BMW South Africa, which asks you to provide or confirm personal information, do not respond to it or make any payments. It is most likely to be a fraudulent email, the sole purpose of which is to receive your personal information or any payment. We recommend that you add the sender to your blocked email or spam email list. If you have any doubt concerning the authenticity of any email, please contact BMW South Africa on:

E-mailcustomer.infoservice@bmw.co.za
Tel: 0800 600 111.