Your personal data
As of 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) shall apply. This means that from that date the same privacy legislation applies throughout the European Union (EU). HF kits carefully handle your personal data and comply with the “General Data Protection Regulation” (GDPR). This document allows you to read what data we collect, how it is stored and with which instances the data is shared. In order to process your purchase, we need your name and address details, and your email address is also necessary so that we can communicate about the course of your purchase. This data will be transferred to us via a secure SSL connection during the order process. The data is stored (encrypted) with our hosting provider. The hosting provider has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure the safety of your data. Your data will not be kept longer than strictly necessary, but in the event of a purchase, this is a period of seven years to meet our tax obligations.
Who will share your data with
Your data will only be shared with third parties if this is strictly necessary. HF Kits will not share your data with third parties for commercial purposes under any conditions. For an early handling of your order, we work with some external parties. You should think of, for example, transporters and payment systems. You can now find an overview of the relevant authorities:
Mollie payment service.
HF Kits uses a third party “Mollie Payment” for payments. This online payment service has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure the safety of your data. Mollie will not keep your data longer than is required by law. Only anonymous data is used and shared with third parties to improve Mollie’s services.
SendCloud is used to handle the order process. To deliver your order to you as soon as possible, your name, address details, and email address will be shared with SendCloud. Depending on the destination and weight, your name and address are shared with the relevant transporter. This may concern PostnL, DHL, DPD or UPS. Both SendCloud and the affiliated transport companies have taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure the safety of your data. These companies will not share your data with third parties and do not keep it lower than required by law.
MailChimp is used to send our newsletter. MailChimp only has your email address and name if you have given your consent. This consent will be requested during ordering. If you unwanted ly receive a newsletter from us, you can easily unsubscribe via the link at the bottom of the email.
For collection of reviews we are using Trustpilot. TrustPilot uses only your email address and your name. Trustpilot has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure the safety of your data. This company will not share your data with third parties and do not keep it lower than required by law.
Contact with our customers is mainly done via email. We use “Mozilla Thunderbird” as an email client. To retrieve and send emails, only a secure SSL connection is used. The email traffic is securely stored (encrypted) in the data center of our hosting provider. The hosting provider has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure the safety of your data. The email traffic is not kept for more than two years.
You have a number of rights as a consumer. These rights are laid down in the ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ law. The following is an overview of your rights. If you wish to use one of the rights below, you can submit a request to us. Your request can be made known to us by email. (email@example.com)
Right to access
This gives you the right to request an overview of the personal data we process and stored from you.
The right to oblivion
The right to be “forgotten.” However, this request can only be made by us, this does not miss out on the tax obligations. HF Kits is obliged to keep this data for a year in the event of a purchase.
Right to rectification and supplement
The right to modify or supplement your processed personal data in case necessary.
Right to objection
The right to object to data processing.