The European Regulation on the subject of data protection (GDPR), under articles 13 and 14, paragraph 1, imposes the obligation to inform the data subjects, in case of direct and indirect collection of their data, about the fundamental elements of the processing, listing them under paragraph 1, letters a/f. The undersigned Company therefore informs you of the following:
The data controller is the Company VERISEM B.V., with headquarters in Amsterdam - Holland, at Rapenburgerstraat 179K.
E-mail: email@example.com – Phone: +31205214777 Fax: +31205214888
The data are collected for the following purposes: performance of duties deriving from an agreement to which you are party, or in order to comply, before the contractual performance, with your specific requests; performance of legal obligations, Community regulation or law; customer relationship management (client administration, management of contracts, orders, shipment and invoices; checks on reliability and solvency); management of suppliers (administration of suppliers; administration of contracts, orders, deliveries, invoices; selections with regard to company requirements); dispute management (contractual defaults; warnings; transactions; credit collection; arbitration; judicial disputes); direct mailing (newsletters, PDFs, brochures); promotional activities.
The legal basis is your express consent for one or more specific aims: a contractual or pre-contractual requirement; a legal obligation to which the undersigned company is subject; a legitimate interest. By legitimate interest, reference is made to the following: traditional direct marketing; compliance with legal claims, including debt collection through out-of-court procedures.
Having regard to the aforesaid purposes, the processing of your personal data is completed on hard copy or online, strictly in relation to the aforesaid purposes and, in case, to ensure safety and confidentiality of the data, as well as full compliance with the law.
The aforementioned data may be transferred only to the groups of persons listed below: post offices or other companies in charge of delivering correspondence; banks and credit institutes; credit collection firms; law firms; insurance companies; companies in charge of maintenance/repair of computer equipment; professional firms and/or associations of companies and business persons providing specific accountancy and/or tax services to us, etc.; affiliates, parent companies or subsidiaries of the group VERISEM B.V..The data shall not be disclosed.
It is possible that the following persons might receive your data: partners and shareholders; in-house filing and secretary’s offices; human resource officers; data processing officers; staff in charge of maintenance and/or repair of computer equipment; staff in charge of surveys and service providers; staff in charge of accounting and invoicing; staff in charge of marketing goods/services; staff in charge of assessing the satisfaction level of customers, users and subscribers; public relations officers; agents and promoters; freelance contract workers, temporary staff; workers; trainees/interns.
The storage period for personal data included in the databases with regard to processing for contractual purposes coincides with the term of the agreement; on the other hand the term for performance of legal duties is mandated by law. Having regard to purposes related to promotion and direct mailing, the storage period for personal data is ten years.
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT
Please be advised that you are entitled to ask us for access to your personal data, to rectify the latter, to restrict processing to your personal data, to object to their being processes, or to apply for their portability. The legal basis for our processing also includes the consent which you have given (art. 6, paragraph 1, letter a or art. 9, paragraph 2, letter a); you therefore have the right to withdraw such consent at any time, without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before your withdrawing. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
CONSEQUENCES OF A REFUSAL TO TRANSFER DATA
When transfer of your data is mandatory by law, it is a prerequisite for signing the agreement; therefore any refusal on your part to transfer your data will make it impossible to execute the agreement in question; if the transfer serves the purpose of direct mailing or promotional activities, your possible refusal to transfer the data in question will not allow for the relevant direct mailing or promotional activities in question.
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Rapenburgerstraat 179K, 1011 VM Amsterdam - Holland
Phone: +31205214777 Fax: +31205214888
Establishment number: 000034922458
Chamber of Commerce number: 66284570