The Dutch Payments Association appreciates your interest in its products and services
The Dutch Payments Association respects your privacy and that of other visitors to our website(s). By means of this privacy and cookie statement, the Payments Association is informing you about the processing of your personal data by the Payments Association via our website(s).
Processing of personal data
Personal data collected via our websites is processed in accordance with the applicable legislation and regulations, to the extent necessary for each individual case and in accordance with what has been agreed with you in specific cases. We process personal data that is required to provide a contact form and respond to your request for information.
Any third parties with which we cooperate are obliged by us to respect your privacy. In the event of any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact information provided on the website.
The Payments Association offers the opportunity to share pages of its website on social media, such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you click on the button of the social media platform concerned in order to share a page, the web browser will send all of the usual information to the chosen platform. This concerns data that is always sent when a user clicks on a hyperlink, including his/her IP address, the type, version and settings of the user’s web browser and the URL of the webpage containing the hyperlink. If the user does not click the share button for a social media platform, no data will be sent to that platform.
When your personal data is received via the contact form, we retain this data for a maximum of two months, calculated from the date on which the request for information was received, in order to be able to effectively respond to any follow-up questions. Data is deleted as soon as the requested information has been processed.
Information provided to third parties in specific cases only
The Payments Association will never sell your personal data to third parties. Equally, the Payments Association will never provide your personal data to third parties, unless it is legally obliged to do so, for example on the grounds of a lawful request from the competent authorities.
Requesting access, correction and deletion
You can submit a request to access the personal data collected by the Payments Association via its website(s) by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the light of this request for access, you can also ask us to amend or delete your personal data.
The Payments Association has taken technical and organisational security measures to protect the data at our disposal against unintentional or deliberate manipulation, loss, destruction or unauthorised access. Our security procedures are regularly improved, partly by introducing new technologies.
What are cookies?
These cookies are used to measure the number of visitors to this website and which pages they visit. The website also records which devices and browsers are used to visit the website, on which days and times and from which countries. The analytics data is anonymous and cannot be traced to individuals. With the help of these cookies, the structure, content and functionality of the website can be better aligned to visitors’ wishes and behaviour. Analytics cookies can be deactivated using the cookie settings on the website. For the maintenance of the website, it is better if you leave the analytics cookies switched on.
On Wikipedia, you will find more information about cookies.
Changes to our statement
We reserve the right to amend or delete this privacy and cookie statement as we see fit. If the Payments Association changes the way in which the personal data collected via these websites is processed, this will be announced via an amendment to the privacy and cookie statement.
Amsterdam, 25 May 2018