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Why your forms on your website should also use a double optin

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Without control, forms on your website can become an expensive game – GDPR also affects your forms!

What we have known and used for a long time for sending newsletters is now also integrated into our forms since the new legal requirements on data protection.

When we send an email, we have to make sure that it really is the interested party in question and that they have also expressly consented to receiving emails from us.

Confirming a callback, registering for an event or transmitting data?

You should note the following things for GDPR-compliant contacting via form:

  • The email address is genuine through double opt-in
  • The customer has given his/her consent personally
  • You only collect the authorised data

Last updated on 1. April 2023



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