Privacy Policy

www.jeremypastel.com collects personal information for a variety of purposes including processing your request for services from www.jeremypastel.com Personal information is used to verify process and administer your product and service requests, maintain our commercial relationship with you and analyze, understand and respond to your needs. www.jeremypastel.com also analyses and uses customer information to improve the products that we offer to our customers. If a third party or an affiliate of www.jeremypastel.com has a product or service that may be of interest to you, we will forward information relating to any such product or service to you unless you inform us otherwise (i.e. when you withdraw your consent to receive such information).

 

From time to time, www.jeremypastel.com may outsource certain account processing, or other customers service functions to an affiliated company or a third party. In such cases, personal information will be provided to such affiliate or third party. However, www.jeremypastel.com releases personal information only where that information will be maintained in confidence, based upon strict nondisclosure agreements with the third party. In the event that an affiliate or third party is located in the United States, your information may be processed and stored into the United States and as such, your information may be obtained by the governments, courts or law enforcement or regulatory agencies of the United States according to the federal and state laws of the United States.

 

The knowledge and consent of a customer is required for the collection, use or disclosure of personal information, except where inappropriate. Examples of when this may occur, include but are not limited to, emergency situations, to prevent an illegal act, complying with a subpoena or warrant, or as required by law.

 

www.jeremypastel.com can not in any situation proceed to verification (i.e. credit check), after an application for services without having a signed form from the customer beforehand.

 

LIMITING COLLECTION

 

The type of personal information that is collected may include:

 

Banking information to facilitate pre-authorized or other forms of payments.

 

www.jeremypastel.com’s use of personal information will only be for the purposes listed above and in order to facilitate the provision of services to you. Information provided by www.jeremypastel.com to affiliates, vendors or suppliers is provided under a contractual agreement that the information will be held in confidence, protected and properly safeguarded according to the standards of the privacy policy. www.jeremypastel.com provides commissions to Resellers in accordance to www.jeremypastel.com’s marketing plan. Personal information relating to customers may be provided in connection with www.jeremypastel.com’s commissioning process.

 

RETENTION

 

www.jeremypastel.com continually strives to maintain as high a level of accuracy as is reasonably achievable. Your confidential information will be kept securely in a file under your name at the www.jeremypastel.com Headquarters, 6500 Transcanadian Highway, Suite 206, Ville Saint-Laurent, QC, H4T 1X4.

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Jeremy Pastel has developed a keen understanding of business telephone systems, which he gained from working with the largest telecommunications providers in Europe, North America, and in the Caribbean.

In 2010, Jeremy started his own company, VoxSun Telecom in North America…but when he was only 15 years old, his entrepreneurial instincts were already noticeable. In fact, he started out offering a residential lawn maintenance service in the region of Paris, France, where he was born.

Later, he went to the island of Martinique with his family. Once more, he showed his entrepreneurial spirit by selling ice cream on the beaches. This was noticed by a recruiter for a completely different type of company, which offered Jeremy a new opportunity to exercise his talents. Jeremy accepted the offer and started as a salesman for this Caribbean telecommunication company. He became a team leader in that organization after only two months.

Two years later, Jeremy returned to Paris to get married. At that time, he worked for the largest communications company in that region as a promotion manager of Internet services for local retail stores. While he was doing this, Jeremy studied business administration and information technology management.

After completing his studies, Jeremy decided to move to Canada – yet another place where he could put his entrepreneurial designs to work. Jeremy arrived in Quebec at the end of 2008. He soon found himself with only $20 in his pocket – but that did not stop him. He still maintained the very clear objective of creating his own company.

The initial obstacles he faced while trying to start up his company did not dim his determination. He created VoxSun, a business telecommunications company. Once it was launched, his efforts were rewarded with rapid growth right from the beginning. Jeremy is now the owner of several companies and is also a business partner with several well-known public figures.

Along the way, Jeremy achieved other successes as well. In 2012, he was awarded the “Créavenir” prize from the financial institution Caisse Dejardins. Three years later, he became a member of its administrative board.

In 2013, he was awarded the Young Entrepreneur grant from the Economic Development Centre of Ville St-Laurent in Montréal.

In 2014, he won the Service prize in the category of young entrepreneur of the 30th Gala alpha, which is an event designed to recognize the vision, creativity, and dynamism of businesses in the territory served by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Saint-Laurent-Mont-Royal.

In that same year, Jeremy made a notable appearance in the finals of the French Canadian version of “Shark Tank”, in which he had to showcase his company to five well-known, awe-provoking, big-league investors. By demonstrating his professionalism, assurance, and thorough understanding of the industry, Jeremy Pastel convinced them of his business acumen – so much that they chose to partner with him.

Jeremy wrote the business guide “How to Hit It Big in Business”, in which he shares the practical method he used to launch his companies, once again, having started with only $20 in his pocket. At the end of 2016, his book was translated into English for international distribution.