At ITdonations, we value your privacy. Therefore, we do not collect more data than necessary. In addition, no data is collected without your permission. Described below is exactly what (personal) data we collect and what we use it for, what cookies we place and with what third parties we share data.
What (personal) data do we collect?
When you fill out our contact form or request a quote, we collect the following data:
If you place an order in our webshop we collect the following data:
Chamber of Commerce number
What do we use the data for?
We use the above data for possible questions on your part regarding your quotation/order, to prepare a quotation, to deliver your order and to send you personalized promotions and newsletters.
With whom do we share (personal) data?
Your order may be delivered by PostNL or DPD parcel service. We only share the data that is strictly necessary to deliver your order with these parties.
We use the email marketing software called Mailchimp. To ensure that you receive relevant emails, we share your name and email address with this party.
The above parties and NEG will never sell or share your data with third parties without explicit consent.
How can you view, change or delete the (personal) data we have on you?
Please send an email to email@example.com. Please indicate which data you want to receive. We will then send you an e-mail back with the relevant data. You can then respond to this e-mail and have the data changed or removed.
How can you complain about the processing of your (personal) data?
We never keep (personal) data longer than necessary. (Personal) data will be deleted or changed immediately, if you request this.
How can you ensure that you do not receive emails?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating that you do not wish to receive emails (please also clearly indicate the email
address). Please do this before filling in a contact form or quotation form. We
will then ensure that you do not receive relevant promotions and offers through
email. You can also click on the 'unsubscribe' link at the bottom of each
email to unsubscribe from further emails.
Cookies and similar techniques
What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that your computer or mobile device stores when you use our website.
What are similar techniques?
Why do we use these techniques?
We use these techniques primarily to ensure that:
You do not receive or have to enter the same information every time you visit our website;
We can measure how our website is being used and where we can improve it in order to serve you better;
We can show you advertisements and recommendations based no your interests;
We can record how often an ad is shown in order to better tailor the ads to your needs and interets and thus prevent you from seeing the same ad over and over again.
What types of cookies do you use?
We use the following types of cookies:
We use these cookies so that our website can function properly. For example, saving your shopping cart or the products you have viewed.
analytic cookies we collect statistics about the use of our website by
visitors with the help of third parties. By measuring this website usage, we
can continue to develop our website for the benefit of our visitors.
cookies allow us to recognize visitors to our website on other websites (think
social media, blogs, search engines, etc). Based on this data, we can show the
most relevant ads to them. There are also third parties that make use of these
types of cookies from our website. Below are the parties this relates to.
Which cookies do you use?
Do you have any questions regarding the above topics? If so, please send an email to email@example.com.
The information shown on this website is composed by ITdonations with care, but the accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed.
The data shown on this website, including text, photographs, illustrations, graphic material, (trade) names, logos, trademarks and service marks are owned or licensed by ITdonations and are protected by copyright, trademark and/or any other intellectual property rights. The aforementioned rights are in no way transferred to (legal) persons who access this site.
The user of this site is not permitted to reproduce, transmit, distribute, circulate or make available to third parties for remuneration the contents of the site without the express, written consent of ITdonations.
Why let us take your old IT equipment off your hands?
Structured removal removes the burden from the entire IT department and helps you achieve a higher return. We provide support in the field of logistical IT services, the structured disposal of old IT equipment and, of course, our professional data erasure service.
Free transportation > € 2000 (excl. VAT)
Clear and transparent disposal/processing
Data disposal certificate (Blancco)
Flexible (in all respects)
Temporary free storage
Free disposal of IT equipment that is not of any value (CRT/cables etc.)
Additional control and CMDB support
Do you have some questions or is something not clear? Call Sandra Mulder on 030-248 40 04 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Data security is always our priority!
We guarantee 100% secure data erasure by:
100% secure data erasure with Blancco software.
Blancco software has been approved by the Dutch AIVD.
Procedure for data breaches.
Law for personal protection is adhered to.
Approved by the Dutch Association of Hospitals.
Accountability by reporting and certificates.
If you have questions about certification, safety, etc., please contact Sandra Mulder.
You want to dispose of IT equipment and donate the proceeds to charity?
We will contact you to make an appointment.
Register as a charity
We are glad that you have registered as a charity with ITdonations. We will include you in our overview of charities after you have liked us on Facebook. In this way, we create some positive publicity together and spread the possibility to donate via ITdonations among relations. Moreover, companies that remove equipment through us often choose a charity from this overview.