ROTOR Store respects the privacy of visitors to its website, in particular the rights of visitors with regard to the automated processing of personal data.
Due to complete transparency with our customers, we have therefore formulated and implemented a policy with regard to these processing operations themselves, their purpose as well as the possibilities for data subjects to be able to exercise their rights as well as possible.
For all additional information about the protection of personal data, please visit the website of the Dutch Data Protection Authority: https://autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl/nl.
Article 1 – Legal provisions
1. Website (hereinafter also “The Website”):
2. Responsible for the processing of personal data (hereinafter also: “The administrator”):
3247 XX Dirksland
T: 0031 (0)570 540 500
Article 2 – Access to the website
Access to the website and use is strictly personal. You will not use this website or the data and information provided on it for commercial political or advertising purposes, or for any commercial offers and in particular for unsolicited electronic offers.
Article 3 – The content of the website
All brands, images, texts, comments, illustrations, (animation) images, video images, sounds, as well as all technical applications that can be used to make the website function and more generally all parts used on this site are protected by law by intellectual property rights. Any reproduction, repetition, use or adaptation, in any way whatsoever, of all or only part thereof, including the technical applications, without the prior written consent of the person responsible, is strictly prohibited. If the administrator does not immediately take action against any infringement, this cannot be interpreted as tacit consent or the renunciation of legal proceedings.
Article 4 – Managing the website
For the proper management of the website, the administrator can at any time:
• suspend, interrupt or restrict access to a certain category of visitors
• to remove all or part of the website all information that may disrupt the functioning of the website or that conflicts with national or international law or is contrary to internet etiquette
• have the website temporarily unavailable in order to perform updates
Article 5 – Responsibilities
Article 6 – Data collection
Personal data is understood to mean: all information about an identified or identifiable natural person; identifiable is a natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more elements characteristic of the physical, physiological, genetic , psychological, economic, cultural or social identity. The personal data collected on the website are mainly used by the administrator for maintaining relationships with you and Rotor Store. And if applicable for processing your orders and payments. We do not provide data collected through this website to third parties, unless necessary for the purpose of the website.
Article 7 – Your rights regarding your data
Pursuant to Article 13 paragraph 2 sub b GDPR, everyone has the right to inspect and rectify or delete their personal data or limit the processing concerning them, as well as the right to object to the processing and the right to data portability. You can exercise these rights by contacting us. Our contact details can be found elsewhere on this website.
If you come across any personal data while visiting the website, you must refrain from collecting it or from any other unauthorized use, as well as from any act that infringes the privacy of that person(s). The administrator is in no way responsible in the above situations.
Article 8 – Data retention period
The data collected by the website administrator is used and stored for the duration as determined by law. Google will keep its visitor statistics for 26 months.
Article 9 – Cookies
Cookies en privacy
A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the browser of your computer, mobile phone or tablet when you first visit our website. There are different types of cookies. Below we briefly indicate which cookies we use and why we do this.
For most of the cookies below you must therefore give permission when you first visit our website and if we use this you will see a cookie banner where you are asked for this permission. We would like to point out that you can also choose to adjust your browser settings so that you receive a warning before cookies are placed or when you never want cookies to be placed. Please be aware that this may affect the functions and use of our website. In this case, we cannot guarantee you an optimal user experience.
Functional – Cookies ensure that the website functions properly. No permission is required for this.
Analytical – Cookies allow the website to measure what our visitors do on the website. We do not trace the statistics to individuals. This enables us to make our website as user-friendly as possible. We use Google Analytics as a third party for this. Because we use protected IP numbers, your permission is not required for this either.
Remarketing & Advertising – Cookies ensure that previous visitors to our website are offered advertisements that match their interests based on previous search behavior. You can opt out of this in your browser or by not giving permission on the first visit to the website (only if this cookie is activated will you be asked for permission).
Interest – Cookies ensure that we can provide our website with information that is as relevant as possible for our visitors. You can opt out of this in your browser or by not giving permission on the first visit to the website (only if this cookie is activated will you be asked for permission).
For more information about the use, management and deletion of cookies for each operating type, we invite you to consult the following link: #faq
Article 10 – Images and products offered
No rights can be derived from the visual material associated with the products and services offered on the website.
Article 11 – Applicable law
Dutch law applies to these conditions. The court of the administrator’s place of residence/establishment has exclusive jurisdiction in any disputes regarding these terms and conditions, unless a legal exception applies.
There is a possibility that a creditworthiness assessment is carried out with the Afterpay payment option.
Article 12 – Right to lodge a complaint You have the right to submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority if you believe that Rotor Store does not handle your data correctly. This can be done via this link.
Article 13 – Contact
For questions, product information or information about the website itself, please contact:
C. A. Bakker
3247 XX Dirksland
T: 0031 (0)570 540 500