Privacy statement

Privacy matters.


This privacy statement applies to the website of De Goede Huisvader. This website can be reached via the following domains:

De Goede Huisvader will be further described below as (the) service provider or (the) responsible (party).

Service provider

De Goede Huisvader
Rijnegommerstraat 28
2382XB Zoeterwoude
The Netherlands
Chamber of Commerce: 50509616
VAT: NL002057857B55
E-mail address: [email protected]

Personal data

The service provider processes sensitive information and has set itself the goal of carefully processing and protecting this information. This information reaches the service provider in various ways. These are:

  • Website.
  • E-mail.
  • Social media.
  • Other message services (WhatsApp and other services).


The information in this privacy statement is focused on the website and its use. This privacy statement tells you how data is handled (processed and protected). This statement cannot be regarded as a ‘separate’ part. The cookie declaration, website disclaimer, processing register and data breach protocol are also relevant and important information in this case. In addition, the general terms and conditions contain relevant and important passages.

Data collection

The website of the service provider

Through the website, the service provider collects the following data about the website visit:

  • IP address (anoymised).
  • Browser or user agent.
  • Operating system.
  • Country of origin.
  • Used device (mobile or computer).

Storing this data has a legitimate interest, as it is necessary to determine what the purpose of the visit was. In some cases, there is a deliberate disruption of the website or an attempt to do so. Moreover, this provides insight into website visits and, in this way, the services of De Goede Huisvader can be tailored even better to the needs of visitors.

Feedback through the website

Through the website, it is possible to contact the service provider. To make this contact as secure as possible, it is necessary in some cases to enter an e-mail address twice or perform a challenge. After this, it is then possible to send the message. This message is sent via a secure (https) connection. The following data are stored in the e-mail to be sent and in a secure database:

  • Name (first name, last name).
  • E-mail address.
  • Telephone number (if specified or mandatory).
  • Company name (if specified or mandatory).


In addition, the following data may be stored, depending on the type of form:

  • Company name.
  • Chamber of Commerce and Tax Office registration numbers.
  • Address details.
  • Website location.

Payment transactions (website)

When it concerns payment traffic, additional data will be processed. These are:

  • Name (first name, last name).
  • Company name (if specified or mandatory).​
  • Chamber of Commerce and Tax Office registrations numbers (if specified or mandatory).
  • Address details.
  • IBAN.
  • Financial institution details.
  • Status feedback on financial transaction (approval or rejection).

Payment platforms (website)

The data above is  not processed on the website itself. External platforms are used, namely:

  • Stripe.
  • Moneybird m

m: This payment platform is not actively offered via the website. It is only possible to use payment links via indirectly made available links.

Cookies on the website

This website, like any other website, uses cookies. This means that personal data can be stored. Unless you object to this. On this page, you can read more about the cookies used (cookie statement).

As you can read on the aforementioned page, there is an option to refuse certain cookies. Some functions on the website may not work properly. Several cookies (functional cookies) must always be accepted.

Cloud solutions are used to store data. For security reasons, this information will not be made public through these terms and conditions. These data are available upon request. Indeed, no plug-ins are actively used with which data is actively shared with third parties for these cloud solutions.

Third-party cookies

Because functions are used on this website that come from other providers, these providers may place cookies. This can have consequences and the exact consequences depend on the type of cookies that are placed. An example of this is the messages from De Goede Huisvader with embedded content. This concerns, for example, external videos, images or messages from social media. So the content comes from a different location, only you don’t have to visit the location. However, this can ensure that cookies from these external parties are left behind or that you have to accept cookies if you want to view the content.

Think of tracking cookies, which allow third parties to monitor your interaction with the embedded content (including the interaction with the embedded content when you do not have an account for this website/platform or are not logged in).

Analytical cookies

To ensure that the service provider can see who visits the website, how popular posts are and what exactly is going on about website security, so-called analytical data is collected. The services of Google Analytics and Burst Statistics are used for this purpose. Google Analytics’ privacy statement is available at:

These services cause cookies to be left behind. You can reject this option.

As posts and images of the service provider may be shared via social media, cookies are set by the platforms whose content it is possible to share. This page lists exactly which cookies are placed.

Cloud solutions

Cloud solutions are used to store data. For security reasons, this information will not be made public through these terms and conditions. These data are available upon request. Indeed, no plug-ins are actively used with which data is actively shared with third parties for these cloud solutions.


The service provider can use standard e-mails or a system intended for sending newsletters for sending newsletters. In the latter case, the service provider will first have to request permission to add the addressee to the list of e-mail addresses to be sent. This is because e-mails are sent via an external system. This system is Mailchimp. Further information about this organization’s privacy statement:

What purpose?

Storing data is necessary for starting data, offering services or because it is required by law. In addition, certain data may be necessary for offering a website that is properly secured. The preparation of offers also requires certain personal data.

For new customers, the following situations apply to ask to provide personal data:

  • An assessment of an application.
  • Preparing a quotation (customised).
  • Offering an invoice.
  • Drafting an agreement.
  • Offering a payment link.
  • Sending customised material/information about a service/product.
  • As evidence for official services, including, for example (the) Tax and Customs Administration.
  • Newsletters.


The service provider does not yet actively offer the option of using the last option (sending newsletters) without obligation. When it does, it is not an obligation. The service provider will never automatically add to an e-mail sending or distribution list based on previous contact. Subscriptions take place voluntarily and here the following applies: subscription is a suggestion, never an obligation. Furthermore, unsubscribing can take place at any time and has no further consequences. The service provider selects the desired platform based on availability and reliability.

Sharing data with third parties

The idea that no data will be shared with third parties at all is not entirely correct. The use of certain options will always indirectly cause data to be shared. However, it will never choose to share data directly with third parties.

Offering social media buttons on every website is already a form of sharing data. Using cloud solutions is already a limited form of sharing data. Albeit indirectly.

In any case, The Good Householder will never pass on your data to third parties in a direct way. Your data will not be resold or passed on, without your consent. What other websites or platforms do depends on the privacy terms of those websites or platforms. Therefore, you decide which cookies you accept when it comes to supplementary cookies. If you want to know more about this, read the information on the information page about cookies.

Your rights

Right of access

It is possible to make a request to see what data the service provider has collected from you. This is a request for access. This falls under the right of access. You must motivate such a request and send this request by e-mail together with a copy of a valid proof of identity (of which the privacy-sensitive parts have been made illegible) to [email protected]. It is then up to the service provider to decide whether or not to grant your request.

Withdraw consent

Personal data is stored and there is the possibility to withdraw consent for certain personal data. However, certain personal data may or may not be removed. This concerns data that must be kept legally. This includes financial data or data that has a specific retention period.

Save feedback (formulieren)

If you provide feedback, this data is kept until you decide to delete the comment or until you ask the service provider to delete this comment. So in principle, the data are not provided with a retention period. However, it may be decided to delete the reactions periodically.

Transmission of data to third parties

Although privacy is an important value for the service provider, the service provider cannot avoid using certain platforms and certain services that have their privacy policies. The service provider cannot be held responsible for this.

As a rule, this depends on the settings chosen for accepting cookies.

The service provider does not share data with third parties ‘separately’ from the website, except when it comes to legal proceedings. More is described in the general terms and conditions (notice-and-take-down section).

There is a legal retention period for some data. Also from a security point of view, certain data cannot simply be deleted.

Data portability

It depends on the case, the process or the specific ‘case’ what exactly happens to your data. This is important when it comes to data portability. In other words: where do your data “go”? Where are they stored?

From a security point of view, no substantive locations can be mentioned for this. However, it has been decided to use services from Microsoft and Google. This means that the data is stored both inside and outside the European Union. For each situation, a distinction is made and an assessment is made as to where the data is stored.

When it comes to the website, it is good to know that it is offered via servers located on the European continent and within the European Union.

Which data?

Exactly which data is involved is described in the processing register.

Right to delete data

The request to delete data, for which motivation is first made via a request for access to data, can be sent via [email protected]. Because the copy of the identity document is (digitally) destroyed immediately after the request has been processed, this new request will have to be provided with a digital copy of an identity document again. Make sure that the privacy-sensitive parts have been made illegible.

Right of objection

Although such a situation is illogical (because the service provider does not apply this; the use of personal data in a specific situation), there is always a possibility to submit a request to use the right to object. A motivation, including a digital copy of an identity document (make sure that the privacy-sensitive parts of the identity document are not visible), is required for this.

Security of data

The service provider makes every effort to optimally secure the data. This applies to the website, accounting package, cloud solutions and access to payment platforms. The service provider will make every effort to ensure that security is maintained. However, no guarantees can be given for this. See the general terms and conditions on this point (best efforts obligation and damage section, force majeure).

Security measures taken

Het is onmogelijk om de genomen beveiligingsmaatregelen uitvoerig te bespreken. Ze voldoen aan de binnen de sector geldende standaarden en de middelen die hiervoor gebruikt of ingezet worden, gelden als leidend of kwalitatief hoogwaardig.

Data breach procedure

A separate procedure is available in the event of a data breach. This procedure is available at this location.

Intellectual property

The website of the service provider and all material made available in word and images are subject to copyright. The intellectual property belongs to the service provider unless otherwise indicated.

Unless other agreements have been made, this information may not be made public in any form whatsoever without explicit prior written permission. Also, no permission is granted to adapt or modify what has been made available or offered in any form whatsoever.

Copyrighted material

Any production that does not belong to the service provider falls under the intellectual property of the original maker. Unless there are other agreements between the service provider and the client, the copyright for productions in any form whatsoever on the websites of clients and digital expressions of clients will belong to the clients, not to the service provider. It should be noted here that there is a traceability of the intellectual property. Copyright infringement can always be traced back to the client, not the service provider.

Copyright Infringement

If there is an infringement of copyright on one of the websites offered through the available options that the service provider offers, the service provider will take appropriate measures. The service provider adheres to the rules for moving or making inaccessible material protected by copyright and takes measures where necessary. The service provider does not have to report this in advance.

Any claim regarding copyright infringement against the service provider as a facility organization for displaying or transmitting copyrighted material will be recovered from the client who infringes or has infringed this intellectual property. This does not take into account or make any distinction in mitigating circumstances. Also, no advance warning is sent or sent. This only applies to a situation in which use is made of a business relationship between the service provider and the client as a facilities organization for the provision of a website or an equivalent medium/platform.

Unless otherwise stated on the website, all rights are reserved. No license or other right is granted under any copyright, trademark, patent or other intellectual property right. This means that it is not permitted to use, copy, reproduce, perform, display, distribute or include in any electronic medium whatsoever. An exception to this are statements on social media in which the services and products of De Goede Huisvader are mentioned in a positive manner.

Any infringement of copyrights and intellectual property of material belonging to De Goede Huisvader, or the owner – Harm Jagerman -, is reason for the entrepreneur to send an invoice for an amount of € 250 per day with a maximum of € 7,500. After this, the claim will be transferred to a specialized organization for further legal action.

Services or products used for the purpose of sharing information do not automatically endorse the opinion of the service provider. The opinion, opinion or expression may not need to be shared or endorsed by the service provider.

Damage claims

The service provider is not responsible for claims for damages resulting from incorrect display on third-party websites, even if they are offered through the services of the service provider. That is always the responsibility of the respective owner of the website. No distinction is made here between a natural person and a non-natural person.


This privacy statement was last updated on 5 December 2023.

Chamber of Commerce: 50509616
VAT: NL002057857B55
[email protected]

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