This Privacy Statement contains information about the objectives we pursue when capturing personal data and how you can exercise your legal rights with regard to your own personal data.
Initially, we use Personal Data to maintain contact with our (potential) customers: names, telephone numbers, addresses, e-mail. In general, you do not need to provide Personal Data when visiting our website and related pages. The Information on our Website and other online channels is, in accordance with Article 7.4 of the AVG, organised in such a way that it is not mandatory to leave personal data to view certain information.
Depending on your relationship with ONE HUNDRED restrooms or the functionalities
you choose to use, we may process the following personal data:
– name and address
– email address
– company details
– job title
– date of birth
– educational level
– household composition
– phone number
– information that you enter yourself in an open field, such as a complaint or a message in the contact form
– questions you ask us and/or reports you pass on to us
– login details
– profile name/screen name
We process the above data for one or more of the following purposes (depending on the relationship you have with ONE HUNDRED restrooms or the functionalities you use):
– To process your application.
– To conclude a contract, to pay invoices or to perform other business actions.
– To process your complaint or your response to a complaint via social media,
email, by post or by phone (WhatsApp or call).
– To contact you about your complaint because we want to investigate it or publish (anonymously) about it.
– To find out which topics are important in the business and private market to determine which products or services we will be testing implementing.
– To communicate with you by means of sending e-mail, dm’s or post.
– To process your data for possible participation in promotions, so that we can reach you when you have won something.
– To improve our website.
Passing on to third parties
We pass on your details to third parties if this is necessary for the provision of the services you have requested. When we provide your data to a third party, we ensure that your data will not be used for other purposes. We also agree that your data will be deleted as soon as it is no longer needed. Furthermore, we will not pass on your data to other parties, unless this is legally required.
Security and storage
We take appropriate security measures to limit misuse of and unauthorized access to your personal data. For example, we ensure that only the necessary persons have access to the data, that access to the data is protected and that our security measures are checked regularly.
Personal data will be stored for the processing purposes as described above and the legal terms to which ONE HUNDRED is bound.
This statement does not apply to third party websites that are linked to our website or social media. Always read the privacy statement of the website concerned before using that website, for more information about the way they handle your data.
Changes to this Privacy Statement
We may change this privacy statement from time to time. It is advisable to consult this privacy statement regularly.
Inspection, correction, amendment, and deletion of your data
All our customers, prospects and others who appear in our systems have the right to inspect the data we record (in accordance with Article 15 of the AVG). If you wish to contact us about your data or this privacy statement, you can do so via our contactform.
ONE HUNDRED understands and agrees with the importance of protecting children’s privacy, especially in an online environment. Our website is not intended for or directed at children under the age of 16. It is our policy never to knowingly collect or store personal information from anyone under the age of 16.
Personal Data Authority
Of course, we are happy to help you if you have any complaints about the processing of your personal data. Should you nevertheless be unable to resolve the matter with us, you also have the right, under the privacy legislation, to lodge a complaint with the privacy supervisory authority, the Personal Data Authority. You can contact the Personal Data Authority for this purpose.
This privacy statement came into force on 1 October 2018.