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Personal data means data that relates to you as an identifiable natural person. The personal data that Golf & More collects primarily concern the data that you enter yourself via the various pages of our website (s) and which we obtain through your use of our website (s) and / or our products and / or services.
In the first place, we use your personal data for the execution and processing of your order on golfandmore.be and the associated management of and access to the part of our website (s) reserved for our customers.
In addition, we may use your personal data to inform you about our (new) products and services, promotions and special promotions that we think may be of interest to you. All data we collect can be combined with each other to better tailor our products and services, promotions and special promotions to your personal needs.
Furthermore, we may use your personal data to monitor, evaluate and continue to improve our products and services, promotions and special promotions, including in the context of general or specific market research.
The person responsible for the processing of your customer data is Aerts, Graaf Cornetstraat 62, 1981 Hofstade. Your personal data can also be collected and processed by our processors. This can include: our partners for payment processing and newsletter database provider. Our processors are based in Belgium and the United States. Previous persons only have access to the personal data that are strictly necessary for the performance of their duties.
How do you control your personal data?
You can access your data or rectify this via your customer zone on our website, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending a letter, accompanied by a copy of your identity card to Golf & More, Graaf Cornetstraat 62 in 1981 Hofstade, Belgium.
Data protection when subscribing to newsletter
Description and scope of data processing
On our website there is the possibility to subscribe to our free newsletter. When registering for the newsletter, the data from the input screen is transferred to us.
Required field when registering via the website or in the purchase process (automatically)
• E-mail address, name and first name.
The following details are stored at registration:
• Subscriber number
• IP address of the user
• Origin of the registration
• Date and time of registration
• Date and time of permission for the Double Opt-In
• Text notification (permission text)
• Status of the notification
At the cancellation
• Date of cancellation
For data processing your consent is obtained through a Double Opt-In procedure and reference is made to this privacy statement.
So-called tracking pixels are integrated in our newsletter. This makes it possible for us to make a statistical analysis of the success or failure of our advertising messages. We use the tracking pixels to find out if and when an e-mail was opened and which links were opened in the e-mail.
Information about the transmission and the statistical analysis of the newsletters are not shared with third parties. The data is exclusively used for optimizing the newsletter.
In addition, user data are stored for this purpose:
• Date of last shipment
• Time of opening of the e-mail
• Last click on a link
• IP address
Legal basis for data processing
The legal basis for the processing of data after your registration for the newsletter is article 6 paragraph 1 sub a of AVG (permission).
The legal basis for the processing of the supplementary data is Article 6 paragraph 1 sub f of AVG in conjunction with Article 5 paragraph 2 of AVG.
The legal basis for the processing of data relating to tracking is Article 6
paragraph 1 sub f of AVG.
Purpose of data processing
The processing of the e-mail address of the user ensures that the newsletter can be delivered. If you give us your title and name, we use it to personalize our communication. Other data stored in the context of the notification must ensure that the consent given can be demonstrated, a