By entering personal details into the Yespers website and by making use of the automatic question-and-answer option, you agree with the storage of these details on one or more databases. Yespers respects your privacy and will ensure that personal details stored on its databases are treated with utmost care. The systems and programmes which process and store your personal details are protected to current technological standards. You can also request the removal of these details. The Yespers website will only make the personal details supplied by you available to sister companies and to no other company. Statistical information and other anonymous details about the Yespers website and its visitors may be made available to third parties.
In order to allow Yespers to focus on your personal situation, the website makes use of what are called 'cookies', small pieces of information which are saved in the hard disk.
Information provided by you
We use your personal details in accordance with the applicable legislation on the protection of personal data and the policy on personal data described here. We process the personal details which are collected by this website in order to provide you with the service which you have requested and to deal with your questions and requests, to provide and personalise our services, to share and manage any membership registrations and to carry out market research for which you have provided permission. We may use your personal details for administrative purposes and to improve the website in the future so that it better meets your needs.
Furthermore, we may use your contact details to provide you with additional information about our products, programmes, services, promotions or offers which match the services which you have previously requested and which we think would be of interest to you.
If required by law, we will request your express permission beforehand. Such a notification will contain information about how you can make known that you no longer want to receive information or services.
We may organise prize draws or competitions on this website from time to time. We may also contact you, with your prior express permission where required, to let you know that you can take part in these prize draws or competitions. Participation in the prize draws and competitions is entirely voluntary and you are in no way obliged to take part. Should you decide to take part, we would advise you to read the terms and conditions of the prize draw or competition in question and print them. They may contain additional information about how we may use your details in relation to the prize draw or competition concerned. You can be sure that, should you decide to take part, we will treat all personal details which you provide us in the same way as all other personal details. We are continually striving to improve the products and services which we provide. We may contact you from time to time to ask your opinion for this purpose on condition that you have provided prior express permission. Your participation in such questionnaires is entirely voluntary.
Should you wish to see, correct, remove and/or object to the use of your details in one of the ways stated in this data protection policy and/or if you object to the fact that we contact you in one of the ways stated above, please contact us via: [link contact form].
By providing information to us or by sending material to us, you agree that we may use this information and material and warrant that this use by us in no way infringes on any rights of third parties. We have no control over parts of the website which contain information provided by other users. We cannot accept any responsibility or liability whatsoever for this information. We reserve the right to amend or remove such information at any time and without prior notice as we see fit.
Dutch law is applicable, specifically in respect of data protection. Any dispute is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court in The Hague. The processing of personal data is registered at the Dutch Data Protection Authority in The Hague.