Privacy Statement – short version
XPat Media only makes use of data that you yourself have provided – for instance, when placing an order on our site or clicking on our newsletter button. We only share this data under the strictest of circumstances (for instance, for completing your order), or when legally required to do so. We never sell your information to third parties. Your data is stored for as long is this is necessary to provide you with the services we offer (an order or the newsletter), or as long as we are legally required to do so (for instance, for the tax authorities).
Would you like to access, edit or remove your data, or should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us via email@example.com or telephone number 070-3063310.
Privacy Statement – extended version
Placing an order
When you order something via Holland Handbook.nl, Hollandbooks.nl, XPatJournal.nl or XPat.nl – such as a book or a subscription – we ask you to provide us with certain information. For instance, your street address, so that we can deliver your order(s). The delivery is carried out by SP Abonneeservice, in Alphen a/d Rijn, with whom we have entered into a handling agreement. SP Abonneeservice exercises due care when using your personal data and only uses it to process your order, commissioned by XPat Media/The XPat Journal.
All financial transactions are handled by a third party Mollie with whom we also have a handling agreement. We do not safe your bank- or creditcard details in our own systems.
Aside from your street address, we also ask you to provide us with your e-mail address and telephone number so that we can contact you should any complications arise regarding the payment or delivery of your order.
The tax authorities require us to save all invoice, payment and order data during a period of seven years.
Our website has been secured, using a valid SSL certificate (demonstrated by the ‘padlock’, visible in the browser’s address bar).
If you register for our newsletter, you will receive (a maximum of) one or two digital newsletters a month, with information on recently published books, gift suggestions or deals. We employ the services of e-mail marketing provider Mailchimp, an American company, for sending these e-mails. Mailchimp allows us to monitor which links in the newsletter are selected, how often this is done and which links are not selected, as well as how many people open the newsletter. This is useful information that allows us to optimize the newsletter. Mailchimp’s systems are secure and they keep the information they are provided with confidential. More information on how Mailchimp processes and protects your data can be found on: https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/