You are probably on this page as you have concerns with regard to your privacy. While we use software to count the number of visitors, the pages visited and exit points, this website does not gather data or store identifiable data from visitors. We do not store any data on any people. In keeping with GDPR regulation we must provide a mechanism where you can request the data we don’t hold on you.
General Data Protection Regulation
GDPR law applies only to people who reside within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). GDPR law does not apply to citizens of the EU who reside outside of the EU or EEA. Read more here .
The EEA: includes EU countries and also Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Others: Switzerland. Which is neither an EU nor EEA member but is part of the single market.
If you choose to request us to provide information to you, for security reasons you will need proof that:
- You are who you say you are
- You have appropriate residency
Before the information will be released, you will need to supply the following information with the 2 ID documents attached to the email. We will reply only to the email address that the documentation and information has been sent from.
You will need to send this information and documentation:
Information in the email body:
- Full Legal Name
- A contact phone number
To Whom It May Concern: I am hereby requesting access according to Article 15 GDPR. Please confirm whether or not you are processing personal data (as defined by Article 4(1) and (2) GDPR) concerning me.
Attach documentation. It is suggested you redact or edit out account numbers and money amounts from the EU Address document, but please send the entire (redacted) document
- A scan of a current government issued ID – such as Driver’s License, Passport or EU Residency card that shows your full legal name.
- A scan of a document with an EU address – such as a Utility Bill or Bank Statement and dated within three months of submission that shows your full legal name and current address.
If you do not have access to a scanner, documents can be submitted as a photo (jpg) from a smart phone.
The Email subject line must be exactly as follow:
GDPR Request – HypnoTapes.com – “Your Legal Name” – Submission No.1
Where it says “Your Legal Name” substitute your full legal name — without the quotation marks.
If you need to update any data, send a complete new submission, update all the data and include a new submission number.
Submission Error – How to update.
If you become aware there is an error in your submission please start from the beginning and re-send the entire submission again, as it will over-rule all other submissions. We will only accept ALL the information from the most recent submission.
For security and accuracy, we will only keep the submission with the highest submission number. All lower submissions will be deleted when an update is sent. Errors or inaccuracies or not following the procedure on this page exactly will result in delays and you may incur an administrative fee as allowed under GDPR Article 12 (5).
Once we have confirmed your ID and proof of EU residency, we will then advise you of what data we have on file.
Should we require clarification or further information we will be in contact by phone.
About your Personal Information
The information you are providing will be processed solely for identifying the information you’re requesting, and answering your request. Your personal information (that we do not have) will be accessed by our Data Privacy Officer only. Your proof of ID and residency information will be deleted once your request has been answered.
How we will process your request
We will answer your request, or request additional information from you within 30 days. We may extend this process for up to two months, in which case we will notify you of the extension within a month.
The processing of this request is free of charge, but we reserve the right, as allowed under GDPR Article 12 (5), to charge an administrative fee under certain circumstances. Please note that we may refuse to act, as allowed under GDPR Article 12 (2) and 12 (5), on requests that are insufficiently substantiated, unfounded or excessive.