This is the website of Set your Text. You can get in touch with Set your Text using the contact form. An automatic e-mail informs the contact person about submission of the contact form. This e-mail ensures Set your Text can fulfill your contact request. The data filled in on the form, such as name and e-mail address, are stored in a database. This database serves as a backup facility in case the the e-mail is not properly sent. The database is purged regularly, at least half-yearly. Your data will not be shared with others unless you approved this.
The e-mail address you enter on the contact form is used to send you a response per e-mail. Your name enables Set your Text to address you correctly. The subject and message fields enable you to make your message clear. These fields can be used to give other contact details to Set your Text when desired. For example, a telephone number in case you prefer contact by phone.
Online comments on blogs
The website of Set your Text contains blogs. You can post comments on these blogs. A comment appears on the public website below the blog after approval. You decide yourself whether to give your name and a subject with your comment. Your comment and optionally your name and subject are stored in the database of the website. This storage enables the website to display comments after approval.
You can contact Set your Text any time in case you want to have a comment written by you to be removed from the website.
Website usage statistics and cookies
Other personal data processing
Set your Text processes following personal data from customers to deliver and bill services according to agreements: name, address, e-mail, phone number. These data are stored as long as required by law such as for example civil and tax law.
You can exercise you right to access, rectification, erasure and other rights by contacting Set your Text using the contact form. In case you are not satisfied with the processing of personal data by Set your Text, we would like to hear this from you. Naturally, you always have the right to file a complaint with the “Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens.”