Privacy Statement

Here you will find the privacy statement of
We explain here what we do and how we handle your data.


Because we think clarity is important and because things are now regulated by law, we describe here what we do with the possibly collected data. and cookies is a site managed by Velopro. We use cookies or similar
methods on our website and in our emails for our legitimate interests under Article 6(f) of the GDPR.

They enable us to:

  • Perform our online store functions
  • Improve your visitor experience
  • Track website traffic to help us administer our website
  • To offer social media features
  • Analyze website traffic for marketing purposes
  • Analyze responses to marketing emails and your data is managed by Velopro:
Company name: Velopro B.V.

Owner: C.A. Bakker
Address: Nijverheidsweg 2, 3247XX, Dirksland, The Netherlands

We process personal data of website visitors and customers on our website and in emails.

We collect and process personal data to fulfill orders, including names, contact details, address details and payment details. We also collect data via cookies and similar tracking technologies to monitor visitor behavior on our website and in emails, so that we can improve the visitor experience on our website and in emails, for example by making appropriate product recommendations. We also use personal information collected for legitimate marketing purposes.

We use PayPal and Sisow as processors to process payments on our behalf. We use GLS as a processor to ship products on our behalf. We use Google Analytics to track traffic on our website. We use Get Response as a processor to send and track marketing emails.

Personal data is kept for 8 years to comply with government regulations.

If we become aware of a security breach involving the disclosure of personal data, we will contact our supervisory authority within 72 hours, in particular: Name of authority and contact details.

The persons whose personal details have been disclosed will also be notified without delay via their registered email address. and your rights

01. Right of access
You have the right to request your data that is recorded and stored at Velopro at any time. You can do this by sending an e-mail or contacting Velopro by telephone. You will then receive an overview of your data.

02. Right to rectification
Is your data incorrect? Or have your details changed? You have the right to have this rectified by Rosiir. You can adjust your information about the newsletter via the appropriate url at the bottom of each email.

03. Right to transfer
If you need the data stored at Velopro in case you switch to another party or service, you have the right to transfer. Velopro must hereby transfer all your data to the other party.

04. Right to erasure
Do you no longer want your data to be stored with Velopro? Then you have the right to have your data deleted. This is subject to the legal obligation to keep data for administrative purposes.

05. Right to lodge a complaint
You have the right to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority if you believe that Rosiir is not handling your data correctly. This can be done via this link.

06. Right to stop data use (objection)
Do you not want Velopro to use your data? Then you have the right to stop using your personal data.

You can make use of these rights via by sending a copy of your ID, in which the passport photo, the numbers at the bottom of the passport, ID number and BSN have been made illegible. The aim is to respond within a week.