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PRIVACY STATEMENT Doing Business as VrijMiBo.gr

N.O.A. Holding B.V. and its daughter B.V.’s: N.O.A. B.V. / N.O.A. Webshops B.V. / N.O.A. Hosting B.V. run by owner H.S. Roozendaal finds your privacy very important. We will therefore process and use your data securely, entirely following the General Data Protection Regulation. In this privacy statement, we explain to you what information we collect from you and why we do this. You can also read in this statement what your rights are concerning this processing. For questions about your privacy, please contact Harrie via party@vrijmibo.gr

Article 1. Who are we?

N.O.A. Holding B.V. and all its subsidiary B.V.s are located at (1965BG) Heemskerk aan de Hoven 83 in the Netherlands. We are registered in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce (kvk) under number 81752202. We are the controller of your data. If we collect tax it’s underneath VAT number NL862212133B01 from N.O.A. BV this company uses the EU one-stop shop, meaning if we collect VAT (24% Greek VAT only B2C) (B2B = 0% VAT) the Dutch tax authority collects it from us and transfers it to the corresponding Greek tax office.

Article 2. What data do we use?

Here you can find an overview of the data we process about you, why we do this, what legal basis we have for processing this data about you and how long we will keep this data.

We process your company name with associated Chamber of Commerce data, address, place of residence, date of birth, telephone number, e-mail and other data that are necessary to optimally provide our services to you to enable the execution of the agreement. This includes the login details of the systems in which you want us to work, financial data, citizen service number, marital status, social media accounts and other physical characteristics if necessary for the performance of our work. We use this information to make you a satisfied customer during the term of our agreement. We keep this data for 5 years after the end of our agreement. We will delete your login details within 30 days after the end of our agreement.

For invoicing and financial administration, we process your name or that of your contact person, company name with associated Chamber of Commerce details, billing address, customer number, telephone number, email, bank details and outstanding balance. Without this information, we cannot process your payment. According to a legal obligation from the Tax Authorities, we must keep this data for 7 years. After this period we will anonymize this data.

If you unexpectedly have a complaint about our services, we will process your name, address, customer number, e-mail, telephone number, purchase history and the content of this complaint to achieve the best possible solution for you. We use this information for the optimal execution of the agreement. We will delete data relating to complaints 5 years after settlement.

We have a commercial interest in using some of your data for marketing purposes. We process your name, email and social media account for direct marketing and social media marketing. We will delete this data as soon as you unsubscribe from the newsletter or indicate that you no longer wish to be contacted by us.

We use analytics services to enable and optimize this website. We have a commercial interest in using your surfing behaviour and related data to analyze our service and improve it where necessary. We will track your use of our website with Google Analytics and are bound by Google’s retention periods.

These services use cookies. Cookies are small pieces of information that are sent to your browser when you visit our website and are then stored on the hard drive or in the memory of the device with which you visit our website. These cookies will not damage your devices.

In addition, Facebook collects target group statistics utilizing a first-party cookie. With this data, we can place more targeted advertisements. These cookies are active for two years. However, the data collected by Facebook using this cookie is transmitted to us anonymized. We do not use a Facebook Pixel.

To enable posting reviews about our services, we process your name, company name and content of your message. When you post your message, this information becomes visible to us. We may post reviews about our services on our website for commercial purposes. We will remove these as soon as they are no longer representative of our services or you request their removal.

If you want to contact us via the website, we ask for your name and email. When you send the contact form, this information automatically becomes visible so that we can contact you. We delete the data from a sent contact form after your request has been completed, unless an agreement results from this.

We process your name, email address and other data that are important for the relevant training or webinar when you register for it. This data is collected via a registration form. We keep this information until you unsubscribe. You may receive follow-up emails related to the subject of the training or webinar for which you have registered, this will always be stated on the registration form. In addition, the privacy policy of a third party may apply to this data if you purchase an admission ticket through this third party. If it concerns a paid webinar or training, we also process your invoice details. We store this data for 7 years following the rules of the Dutch Tax Authorities.

Finally, we process your name, username and content of your message when you want to leave a comment on our articles or messages. This information automatically becomes visible and we will keep it until you delete your comment or we delete our message.

Article 3. How do we obtain this data?

We have obtained the above information from you as a customer, contact person or website visitor because you have provided this information to us. In addition, we may process some data about you as a person that we have insight into through our customers, to help with their business operations. We provide a processing agreement to our clients in which we state how we protect your data.

Article 4. What rights do you have concerning this data?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has given you several rights about the personal data that you have had us process.

  • Inspection – You can request to inspect your data at any time.
  • Changes – If you would like to have your data adjusted, corrected, supplemented, protected or deleted based on inspection, you can submit a request for this.
  • Objection – You can object to the processing of your data.
  • Data transfer – If you wish to transfer your data to another provider, we will provide your data in a structured and common form that can be opened by common digital systems.
  • Withdrawal – When we have processed data based on your explicit consent, you have the right to withdraw this consent. This may have consequences for the services we can provide to you.

To exercise your rights, you can send a request, accompanied by a copy of your proof of identity, to party@vrijmibo.gr. We will assess your request as quickly as possible. If we cannot meet your request, we will let you know why we are rejecting your request.

Article 5. Who receives your data?

We will not provide your data to third parties unless this is necessary for business operations or is required by a legal obligation. Your data may be passed on to processors and parties involved in the execution of our agreement for the execution of the agreement. We enter into processing agreements with these third parties to optimally protect your privacy. We will not sell your data to third parties.

Article 6. Final Provisions.

We recommend that you consult this privacy statement regularly, as we may make changes to the policy. If you have any questions about this statement or the way we use your data, you can send an email to party@vrijmibo.gr. If you have a complaint about the way we handle your data, you can also let us know. You can also contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority.

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