Privacy statement 4c Unity
This is how we take care of your personal data.
5298 AP Liempde, The Netherlands
This statement applies to the 4cunity.com website (sales and online training).
In this privacy and cookie statement you can read how we implement the values below and respect and protect your right to privacy.
- We only collect and store personal data that is necessary for the proper functioning of the website and the services requested by you.
- We protect your personal data and request the same from parties who process personal data on our behalf or/and parties with whom we work.
- We ask your permission to process your personal data if this is required by law.
- We respect your right to view, correct or delete the personal data we process about you and any other rights you may have under applicable privacy legislation. If you have any questions, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Data for which a legal retention period applies cannot be removed.
Personal data we process
- First name*
- Gender (if you filled this in)
- Mail address (work or private)*
- Telephone number (work or private)
- The company you work at*
- Your function
- VAT number (of organizations, entrepreneurs, professionals in the EU, outside NL)
- Bank account number*
- Log-in data
- Personal information that you voluntarily share in a response to the contact form.
European tax authorities ask for details of the usual place of residence of a private individual, living in the EU (outside NL) without a VAT number, who have bought the training course (tax regulation called MOSS; Mini One Stop Shop):
- Billing address + country*
- Bank details*
- IP address
Retention period: 10 years.
Processing of special categories of personal data and/or sensitive data
4c Unity does not process any special categories of personal data or any sensitive data.
With what purpose and on what basis do we process your personal data?
4c Unity processes your personal data for the following purposes ((and for purposes closely related to them):
- offering functionalities via the website.
- the creation of your account.
- controlling access to your account.
- handling your orders.
- invoicing the services purchased.
- improving and evaluating our website and services.
- answering and handling your questions.
- to call or email you if this is necessary to provide a service, give you access to the member site or answer questions.
- to inform you about changes to services.-
- to inform you about our online training and/or services in response to your request we received via our contact form. Basis: by sending a contact form to us you authorize us to do so.
- to inform you about our online training and/or services in response to your request by phone or email. Basis: by sending us an email or by contacting us by phone you authorize us to do so.
- to inform you about our company processes and/or services because of an agreement we have with each other. Basis: if necessary for our agreement, we can process your data and we can contact you with new information.
- to inform you about our online training and/or services because of a sales process we are in. Basis: by being in a sales process with each other you authorize us to do so.
- to inform you about our online training and/or services by Social Media. Basis: by liking/following us on Social Media you authorize us to do so.
Website visitors under 16 years of age
4CUnity does not intend to collect information from website visitors under the age of 16. If 4CUnity inadvertently has information from your child, please contact us to have this information deleted.
Data Protection regulation
Your data will be adequately secured against unauthorised access or disclosure and stored in a file to which the General Data Protection Regulation applies. 4CUnity will always act in accordance with the WBP. 4CUnity will never provide data to third parties without permission, unless we are required to do so by law or court order.
4CUnity retains your personal data only as long as it is required for the purposes it was collected for or as required by applicable laws, regulations, or government orders. We use the following retention periods for the following (categories of) purposes:
- Contact form: the data will be deleted after one year. The emails you send us will only be deleted if you ask us to (and if not contradictory with the applicable law and/or if it has no harmful consequences for 4CUnity as will be determined by 4CUnity).
- If you unsubscribe from the mailing list, your data will remain in the system for up to 1 month.
- Agreement: for as long as our agreement is active. After finishing our agreement your data will only be deleted if you asks us to (and if not contradictory with the applicable law and/or if it has no harmful consequences for 4CUnity as will be determined by 4CUnity).
- Sales process: for as long as we are in a sales process. Thereafter, your data will be retained for one year, in order for us to be able to start a possible new sales process with you quite easily.
The retention period of 7 years applies to the administration.
Disclosure of your personal data to third parties
4CUnity does not sell your information to third parties. 4CUnity only discloses your personal data to third parties if necessary for us to be able to:
- provide our services to you.
- execute our agreement with you.
- comply with our legal obligations.
(In the nearby future) Example: 4CUnity uses an external party to process payments (Mollie, PayPal), freelancer with whom I work, can handle questions from (potential) customers and your data is stored in an email marketing system …. It keeps track of which pages people visit on the website. It also works with so-called tags, e.g. ‘has followed webinar x’. This makes it possible to send e-mails to a specific part of the mailing list.
To be able to respond to your request via contact form, we will make use of your personal data. Your data is stored in WordPress.
A back up of the training course and sales page is stored in updraft plus/Dropbox. The data is crypted. Website data can be viewed for up to 24 months, but cannot be traced back to you because this data is stored anonymously.
When you provide your data to a third party, 4CUnity will provide in a data processor agreement that your data may not be used for any other purpose and will be deleted as soon as it is no longer needed. In this way, 4CUnity ensures the same level of security and confidentiality of your data with third parties.
Cookies and profiling
On your first visit to www.4cunity.com you were informed about the cookies used by 4CUnity. You can change or withdraw your consent to www.4cunity.com cookies at any time on the cookie page.
By making use of functional cookies we can ensure that our website performs properly and that you do not always receive or need to enter the same information every time you visit our website.
The analytical cookies help us to get insights into the use of our website. By making use of Google Analytics we are able to improve our website. All information we gather is anonymised. We do not gather any identifiable IP-addresses.
Marketing or tracking cookies
Marketing cookies, also known as tracking cookies, keep track of your browsing habits so that we can offer customized content and advertisements.
Third Party websites and cookies
This privacy and cookie statement does not apply to third party websites that are linked to our website through links. We cannot guarantee that these third parties will handle your personal data reliably or securely. We advise you to read the privacy statement of these websites (browsers and social media) before using this website.
The 4CUnity sales website and online training website has an SSL certificate, recognizable by the green padlock in the address bar: data you provide is sent via an encrypted connection.
Do you have a complaint?
If you feel that your details are not properly secured or there are indications of abuse, please contact email@example.com. This also applies to questions or complaints about the processing of your personal data by 4CUnity.
Should we fail to resolve the matter together, you have the right under privacy laws to make a complaint to the Personal Data Authority via the following link.