Charity Trade Group / Charity Trade Shop
Charity Trade Group with registered office in Amsterdam WTC (1077 XV) at Zuidplein 36 in Amsterdam, hereinafter referred to as "Charity Trade Group" attaches great importance to the privacy of visitors to its website www.charitytrade.org protection of personal data and the General Data Protection Regulation. In this statement, Charity Trade Group explains its policy regarding Cookies on its website www.charitytrade.org
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Cookie overview: www.charitytrade.org/public/cookie_statement.pdf
We try to keep this overview as up-to-date as possible. This overview was last updated on 13-03-2019.
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