The responsible party for processing information, ResiGrass respects the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 regarding the protection of privacy in the processing of personal information.
The personal information you share with us is used only for the following purposes: the execution of the concluded agreement, the processing of the order, sending newsletters, publicity- and/or marketing purposes and this on behalf of ResiGrass and the companies related to her.
You have a statutory right to access and eventually correct your personal information. Subject to proof of identity (copy of identity card), you may receive a free paper record of your personal information by sending a written, dated and signed request to ResiGrass, Kapelsesteenweg 493 at 2180 Ekeren. If necessary, you can also request the correction of information that is inaccurate incomplete or irrelevant.
We treat your information as confidential and shall not communicate, rent or sell it to third parties. It is possible that the personal information received from you may be communicated to our collaborating businesses such as Cosy Lounge, Electro Baeyaert or others.
The Customer is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of their login information and the use of their password. Your password is stored in encrypted form and thus ResiGrass has no access to your password.
ResiGrass saves online (anonymous) visitor statistics in order to determine which webpages are accessed on the internet website and to what extent.
When you visit the website, “cookies” may be stored on the hard disk of your computer. A cookie is a text file that is placed by the server of a website via the browser on your computer or on your mobile device when you access a website. Cookies cannot be used to identify individuals. A cookie can only be used to identify a device.
“First-party cookies” are technical cookies used by the visited site itself and are intended to allow the website to operate in an optimal manner. Examples: settings specified by the user during previous visits to the site, or, a pre-filled form with data that the user entered during previous visits.
“Third party cookies” are cookies that do not originate from the website itself, but from other websites, e.g. an existing marketing or advertising plug-in. Examples: cookies from Facebook or Google Analytics. The visitor must first provide their consent to allow such cookies from the website – this may occur via a bar the bottom or top of a webpage, with a reference to the associated policy that does not prevent further surfing of the website.
You can set up your internet browser so that cookies are not accepted, or that you receive a warning when a cookie will be installed, or that the cookies will be deleted later from your hard drive. To do so, you must change the settings of your browser settings (via the help function). Keep in mind that in doing so you may prevent certain graphic elements from appearing correctly or prevent you from using certain applications.