Privacy statement

This privacy statement governs our privacy relations with all our (potential) customers, staff members, applicants and website visitors.

Inter (VCD) B.V., trading as INTER, does not collect and process any personal information, unless you have personally and consciously shared them with us. Situations may occur however, in which we require personal information, for instance to correspond with your or to register you for something. All information we obtain is treated confidentially and processing all personal information is done in observance of the GDPR.

Our Privacy Coordinator is Ms. E. Hartemink, who can be reached using the e-mail address


INTER processes personal information for the following purposes:

Carrying out work or taking measures to establish an agreement between INTER and its (prospective) customer(s). The data we process for this purpose are:

  • Surname and given name
  • Address information
  • E-mail address
  • Phone number
  • Bank information


Being able to effectuate labour agreements with our staff members. The data we process for this purpose are:


  • Surname and given name
  • Address
  • BSN (Citizen Service Number)
  • A copy of an identity document
  • Phone number (business and private)
  • Place and date of birth
  • Bank information
  • Collected information

INTER uses Google Analytics to learn how people found our website. We do not receive any IP addresses or other personal information. If you contact us, we will store the name and e-mail address shared you share with us. We also do this upon your subscription to our newsletter, or when you register for a tradeshow, event or when you contact us using the contact form on our website. If you request a quote or if you become a customer of INTER, you name and contact information will be stored and for legal entities the trade register registration will be verified.

You will only receive our newsletter if you have explicitly subscribed to it, or if you are our customer. If you choose to unsubscribe from our newsletter, your personal information will be removed from our database.

Application procedure

The information contained in job application documents submitted to our e-mail address will only be processed within the context of your job application. In order to process this application carefully, your documents are automatically forwarded to our HRM Department, which will forward the information to the management of the relevant department. During the application process, each applicant has the right to be informed about the status of their application, to correct any submitted information, to have this information removed and to demand that this information is only shared with specific staff members. Please contact our HRM Advisor at the e-mail address to share your preferences in this respect. Upon completion of the application process, or no later than after 4 weeks, all application information will be automatically deleted, unless you have actively given us your consent to store your information for a longer duration of 12 months.

For orders issued by us by government elements, we are required to register visitors to our offices to become able to immediately create a list of people who have had access in case of a data breach. We therefore ask visitors to our office to show us a proof of identity after which we register the name and document number. We also have security cameras installed in and around our building.

Sharing personal information with third parties

INTER does not sell your personal information to third parties and will only share it if this is either required as a part of our agreement with you, or to comply with a legal obligation. Any companies with whom we collaborate to process your information at our request, will enter into a data processing agreement to ensure a similar security and confidentiality level for your personal information, for which INTER remains responsible.

Your rights

You have the right to request us to review all personal information we have registered about you. If a reasonable cause exists, you can also request us to supplement your personal information or change any inaccuracies. Furthermore, you have the right to ask us to delete your personal information or limit the usage of your personal information. You can also object against collecting or using your personal information or submit a complaint at the Dutch Privacy Authority, the ‘Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens’. Furthermore, you can also request us to send you a copy of your personal information in our possession or to transfer this information to a third party. To exercise these rights, please contact our Privacy Officer Ms. E. Hartemink by sending an e-mail to or by calling us at +31(0)26-3196969. Of course you can also contact us to request more information about how we store and use your personal information. If you see any cause to do so, you may also submit your complaint to the Dutch Privacy Authority, the ‘Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens’, at the address P.O. Box 93374, 2509 AJ the Hague, the Netherlands.

Retention period for personal information

If you have requested a quote from us but did not become a customer, we will remove your personal information no later than one year after our last personal contact.

If you did become a customer, we will store your personal information for a duration of seven years after the end of the fiscal year in which the agreement with you has been fully completed. This seven year period corresponds to the period for which we are required to store our administration for the Dutch Tax Authority ‘de Belastingdienst’. At the end of this period, we will remove all your personal information.

Names and document numbers of identity documents of visitors are stored for 3 months. Camera footage is stored for 28 days.

Personal information of job applicants will be deleted 4 weeks after the end of the procedure, unless active permission was granted to store this information for more than 12 months.

Documents in staff files are no longer stored than is reasonably necessary.

Protection of personal information

INTER recognises the importance of protecting your personal information and has implemented appropriate measures to combat abuse, loss of, unauthorised access to, unwanted publication of and unauthorised changes to your personal information. If you are under the impression that your personal information is not properly secured or if you have any reason to suspect data abuse, then please contact our Privacy Coordinator Ms. E. Hartemink at


To ensure the proper functioning of our website, INTER uses various online services and plugins. The information below indicated which services INTER uses and how INTER processes and uses the obtained information.

INTER uses cookies to optimise the functionality of specific pages. Cookies are small text files that are stored on the hard disk of the computer of the visitor. The information stored in a cookie can then be returned to the website whenever you revisit this website.

Disabling and removing cookies

Do you want to disable or remove your cookies? You can do this with your browser settings. To find out how, use the help functionality offered within your browser.

Google Analytics

As we want to learn how our visitors use our website, which enables us to optimise the usage of our website, we use Google Analytics. Consequently, Google Analytics cookies are stored on your machine upon visiting our website. The information gathered by doing so is analysed for us by Google. This information is anonymised by us as much as possible. Your IP address is explicitly not used. We are therefore not able to connect any usage data to you personally. Google will only share the obtained information with third parties if it is legally required to do so or to the extent that third parties process this information on behalf of Google. We have not granted Google permission to use the obtained information for any other Google service. Google is based in the U.S. and all collected information is stored on servers in this country. Google is a subscriber to the Safe Harbor principles.

Social Media buttons

As we want to make it easy for you to share publications on our website with others, we have integrated a number of social media buttons. These social media channels use a code to place cookies through our website and collect information which they can obtain with these cookies. Most of these social media channels are subscribers to the Safe Harbor principles. We use the buttons of the following social media channels. Read the privacy statements of these individual social media channels to learn how they use the information they process.

Final provision

INTER reserves the right to change this cookie and privacy statements as published on (last change took place on 6 June 2018). To stay updated about any changes to this page, we recommend you to regularly read this privacy statement.