Privacy Statement - Vroom Funderingstechnieken
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Privacy Statement

Vroom Funderingstechnieken attaches great importance to privacy and the security of personal data. We take your privacy very seriously, and so deal with your personal data very carefully.  We process personal data in accordance with the terms of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (the 'GDPR'), national legislation implemented as a result of the GDPR and other privacy legislation currently in force.

By using our websites you are implicitly confirming that you understand and accept the collection and use of information in accordance with this privacy statement. Our privacy statement applies to visitors, users and all others who have access to the websites.

Your information may be transferred and maintained on computers and/or servers outside the Netherlands and/or the EU, where legislation relating to data protection may differ. We will make every effort to ensure that even if your personal data is processed outside the EU, this is done lawfully and with due care and attention.

The personal data that we obtain from you, which is collected on these websites, is used for a range of purposes. The information that you provide will solely be used to comply with your request and will not be used for other purposes than those we notify you of at the point at which you make your request. Third parties will not be made aware of the personal data collected without your permission, except where we are unable to process your request in any other way.

In addition to the personal data that we obtain from you from a visit to our website, we also collect personal data that you have provided us with in other ways, for instance when entering into a contract with us, by giving us your business card, by applying for a job with us or data obtained from other sources, such as government agencies. The personal data we obtain from you, whether directly or indirectly, will be processed on the basis of one or more of the following legal principles under all circumstances:

  • the performance of a contract;
  • compliance with a statutory obligation;
  • a justified interest;
  • your consent.

In order to make the use of our websites as simple as possible, we process personal data automatically. This includes information such as your IP address, the pages that you visit, the browser that you use, website history, demographic information, and the time and duration of your visit.

We use cookies on our websites for the same purpose. A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent with pages from these websites and stored on your device by your browser. The information it contains can be used on a subsequent visit to make access to websites easier for you. By loading your personal preferences, for instance. If you do not want us to use cookies you can adjust your browser settings to ‘cookies off’, or ask your browser provider for the correct settings.

We use third-party analytics services. These help us to measure internet traffic and trends in relation to the websites. The tools collate information sent through your computer, our websites, the web pages you visit, add-ons and by other information that helps us improve our websites. These tools use cookies.

The data collated by our websites is used and stored for the statutory time limit.

You have the right to access your personal data and to rectify it, or to have it erased. You also have the right to appeal against the processing of your personal data and the right to portability of your data. You may exercise these rights by contacting

In relation to the above rights, under certain circumstances we may be authorised to continue to process your personal data, particularly where we have to comply with our legal and statutory obligations.

We reserve the right to make changes to or amend this statement. The most up-to-date statement can be viewed at all times on this website. This statement was most recently updated on: 20 June 2018.