What data do we collect about you? 

Your data, your choice. Discover what kind of data Dun & Bradstreet has, in all transparency.
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Dun & Bradstreet does not have the same data for all people. It depends on the data that you or our partners gave us. Remember, data we collect fills the purposes not only to empower businesses, organisations and authorities, but also to make your life as an individual both easier and more secure. Below, you’ll find examples of data that Dun & Bradstreet could have on you.

Our activities evolve around personal data. The conservation period of this data must be long enough to maintain the best possible quality and thus reduce the risk of errors. The information is stored within the system in accordance with our retention policies. How long we keep it there depends on legal requirements and business needs defined for each set of data. When it is no longer required, it is deleted from our systems.

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Basic information

  • Name
  • First Name
  • Gender
  • Language
  • Birthday (or age, or supposed age range)
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Contact points

  • Postal address
  • Phone number
  • Mobile number
  • E-mail address
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Detailed data

  • Consumer interest and buying behaviour. Statistical variables
  • Debt collection information. D&B DunTrade data
  • Electronical localization data. GPS location,
  • Financial specifications. Used for credit reports, , debts etc
  • Profession/ education/ training. For example CEO, legal education
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Communication with Dun & Bradstreet

  • Email content. The text content in an email, stored within CRM systems for example if you write to our Customer Service
  • Electronic identification data. IP-address and cookies from visiting our sites
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Surveys

If you complete our customer surveys (or those of our partners), we will have additional data about you, based on the answers you submitted.