Personal data is all the data that can be used to identify a person, including, but not limited to, first and last name, home address, email address and any other contact details, whether they relate to the person’s residence or workplace. In general, you can use vanjepp.com without telling us who you are or handing over personal data about yourself.
However, Van Jepp needs to have access to certain personal data in order to trade with you and provide news and other services. At the same time, by actively accepting Van Jepp’s personal data policy, you accept that the company may on some occasions use your information for direct marketing purposes.
Van Jepp collects and processes data about you when you:
- Provides information when you create or make changes to your user account with us in order to be able to use certain services, e.g. if you create a profile.
- Sign up for Van Jepp’s newsletter and thus accept that we send marketing materials either via e-mail with information about e.g. news and special offers.
- Pays for a purchase (but not card details).
- Submit a question, complaint or give us feedback.
- Provides personal data to us through the website or otherwise.
Van Jepp Collects the personal data necessary (e.g. email address and name) to provide the service you request. We need to record personal data and personally identifiable information in order to analyze how visitors use van jepp’s website using Google Analytics.
Van Jepp does not collect personally identifiable information about third-party customers.
Van Jepp uses Klarna’s payment solutions to manage online purchases and does not store any information about means of payment, such as card numbers on debit cards, bank account numbers or the like.
Personal data provided on vanjepp.com is only transferred to:
- The company’s internal divisions.
- Selected and trusted third parties who may use your personal data to deliver goods or services that you have ordered.
- Partner for the purpose of registering and maintaining your user account.
Van Jepp otherwise only transfers personal data to other parties, such as abuse registers in accordance with applicable law, if the customer in question abuses or engages in fraud against Van Jepp.
In order to develop and improve van Jepp’s website, we keep statistics on how visitors use our website. The statistics are only used in summarized form, e.g. to see which pages and browsers our customers use the most.
Van Jepp uses Google Analytics to collect visitor statistics and, in connection with this, submits IP addresses to Google Analytics. Google may disclose information to third parties if required by law, or to a third party performing duties on their behalf. By visiting vanjepp.com, you agree to the Google Analytics Privacy Terms. The terms and conditions are available at www.google.com.
Access to personal data
You can change your account information at any time and if we may contact you for offers of products or services or if you wish to cancel your direct marketing subscription. If you want to close the newsletter, you can click on “Unsubscribe newsletter” at the bottom of the newsletter at any time. You can get information about what data we have registered about you. If you would like to receive a copy of this information, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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On every visit to the website – regardless of whether there is a cookie – we record the user’s type of browser, operating system, host and URLs of the pages that access the desired pages. This data is used in a single and anonymized chart for statistical analysis of how the website is used in general.
Van Jepp undertakes to always comply with the legal requirements to protect privacy.