Privacy Policy


Why is your personal data collected?

Your personal data is collected to process your purchase. If you send an email, the mail address and content of the mail is collected, to read the mail and, when asked for, to give you a response.
IP-addresses of visitors of the site are always collected, since this is technically necessary. IP-addresses may be analysed by means of market research.


What personal data is collected?

In the case of a purchase, the following data is collected:
– Name
– Address
– Email address
– Bank or card data
In case you send an email, the mail address and the content of the mail is collected.
IP-address of visitors are always collected.


Who collects your personal data?

The owner of this site, Annard Vroon, collects your personal data. In the case of a purchase, your personal data is also collected by the payment provider Stripe and its payment partners. Stripe Europe is based in Ireland and within the scope of EU privacy laws.


How long is your personal data stored?

Your personal data is stored as long as necessary for the fulfilment of a transaction and as required by law.
Fan mail, electronic and physical, will be stored for a longer time, as long as the sender does not object.


Your rights

In accordance with EU privacy law, you have the rights to:
– Be informed about what personal data is collected, by whom and the reasons for collection;
– Removal of your personal data;
– Correction of your personal data;
– Transfer of your personal data;
– Object to the use of your personal data;
– Restrict the use of your personal data;
– Complain.
Your rights may be limited by national and/ or international legal obligations. For example, if personal data must be shared because of a court order.


Who is responsible for the collection of your personal data?

The responsible person is:
Annard Vroon
Postbus 144
The Netherlands
Applicable laws are the GDPR Regulation of the EU and the Dutch law specifying national details. The Dutch government agency Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens is responsible for enforcement of the GDPR in the Netherlands. You have the right to file a complaint with the Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens or a similar agency in the EU country where you live.