Privacy Policy - Change Him

Privacy Policy

Below you will find our Privacy Policy. Read it carefully, because it describes how we treat you as a reader of our articles and a customer of our courses.

Your privacy is super important to us. We want you to know that we respect your rights to privacy, in view of the most recent GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in EU law that took effect on May 25, 2018.

This website is the property of Mannengeheim B.V. The conditions below are about how you use our website and the information on it. The conditions also apply to all Mannengeheim B.V. sites and products, most (but not all) of which are listed below.

For convenience, references below to “the company” are a reference to Mannengeheim B.V. and references to “the website” a reference to all websites and products that are part of the company.

These websites include, but are not limited to:

By accessing our websites or one of our other properties, you agree to the terms of this privacy policy for all company websites.

The terms and conditions and privacy policy may change at any time without notice. That is why we recommend that you review this privacy policy frequently.

Contact details

Karel Doormanstraat 81
3012 GD Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Netherlands Chamber of Commerce: 65409752

We have a few fundamental principles:

1. We do not collect sensitive private information about you, such as information about your health, origin, background, political preferences, beliefs, criminal past or sexual preference. Regarding the latter, this is a website for women where they can learn how to deal with men, so that one may be pretty clear. However, we do not store any information like “straight woman”.

2. We do our best to handle the information you provide us with care.

3. We do not share your personal information with anyone unless there is a court order, we have to defend our rights or develop our products (regarding the development of products, for example, if we get a lot of emails with questions about Tinder, we might think that we should add something about Tinder in one of the courses).

4. We do not store any personal data on our servers unless it is necessary to give you access to our courses or to ensure that you can continue to use the website properly. (For example if you have an account for a course. That account is securely stored on the course server, otherwise you would not be able to access and view the course.)

5. We only keep the information we have for as long as we have reason to keep it. (For example, we will remove your email address from the newsletter if you haven’t read anything for months. But on the other hand we will never harm the customers’ interest this way: even if you haven’t logged in to a course for years, you will still have access to it and you won’t have to buy the course again.)

6. In our email communication we give you explicit options not to receive some messages if you are not interested. Usually there is a special link for that, but you can also send us an e-mail stating that you don’t want to get any emails about a certain topic. We also give you the option to unsubscribe from our emails. For this purpose, each email has an “unsubscribe” link at the bottom.

What personal information we collect

Like almost all websites, we collect personal information that comes from your web browser and server. Such as which browser you use, which language preference for the website you have, which site you come from and the date and time.

The purpose of this is to better understand how our visitors use our websites.

We also collect personally identifiable information such as the IP address. We never use this information to identify our visitors and never disclose this information except in the same circumstances as we use other personally identifiable information, as you can find above.

Some visitors to our websites choose to communicate with us in a way that makes it necessary to collect personally identifiable information, such as email address and name. (For example, if someone sends us an email with a question or if someone chooses to leave a comment on an article under a real name or username.)

How we protect personally identifiable information

We only show potentially personally identifiable information to our employees and organizations that work for us if they need the information to: 1. process it on our behalf or if they need to offer services on our website, and 2. if they have agreed not to share it with others.

Some of these employees or organizations that work for us may also reside outside the Netherlands; when you use our websites, you agree that you such information might be sent to them.

We NEVER sell or rent this information to anyone. In addition to our employees and the organizations working for us, we will only show potentially personally identifiable information if there is a court order, or if we consider the disclosure of the information reasonably necessary to protect the Company or the rights of the Company, third parties or the public.

How we use your personally identifiable information

If you are a registered user of one of our websites and have provided your email address, we will occasionally send you an email to tell you about a new course, updates to a course you have access to, ask for feedback or keep you up to date with what’s going on.

We also use your data to:

  • Process your payment (if you enter your email address when ordering, we will send the login details for your purchase there);
  • Be able to email you *personally* if necessary (for example if you made a typo when ordering, or if you have emailed us a question and we answer it);
  • Send you Tim’s newsletter (this is by e-mail only, so don’t worry, we won’t send you an advertising brochure by post);
  • Let you know when a service or product that you have has undergone a change;
  • To comply with the law. For example, if you have to file a tax return and submit our invoices to the tax authorities;
  • Make the websites and email relevant to you. For example, if you have purchased a course, we will do our best not to send you emails or advertisements about that course. Instead we might send you an email to make better use of that course. We do our best to only send you valuable information that you find useful and relevant.

We do everything we can to keep this safe.

Cookies and Tracking

Cookies are small text files with information that are stored by your internet browser on your computer’s hard drive. We can use cookies to collect browsing data. For example, to keep track of your preferences and profile information and to obtain general visitor statistics. Our cookies do not collect any personal and sensitive information and are not spyware. You can always change the settings of your internet browser not to save cookies or to delete them. The danger of not using cookies is that our websites become unusable for you. That is your own responsibility.


We have no third-party advertisements on our website. Of course we promote ourselves on our websites, but what do you expect? 😉 In any case, no ads are loaded via unsafe third-party servers, something that you see on many other websites.

Your permission

By using our websites you agree to the collection of the personal data as described in this privacy policy.


Tim’s newsletter is an important part of ChangeHim. In every email you will receive tips, a special story or inspiration. And if something fits in with one of the courses, there will be a link to get more information.

If you do not want to receive the email (you are crazy!), but you can always unsubscribe:


You can unsubscribe from our emails at any time. This is very easy by clicking on “Click here to unsubscribe” at the bottom of the email. You can also respond to our emails, then we will unsubscribe you manually.

Experiences and reviews

If you send us a review or experience, you give us permission to use this ANONYMOUSLY. We therefore always blur your name, email address and other personally identifiable information, unless you give us explicit permission to use it. This way your privacy is guaranteed.


If you leave a comment on our websites, you can enter your name and email address yourself. You are therefore responsible for the information that you share. So do not be one of those people who puts their real name under the comment and then be surprised if the name that has just been written also becomes public. That is your own responsibility. If you don’t want to share your real name (and we recommend that you don’t), use ONLY your first name in a comment. Please do use your real email address, as you will receive an email when there is a response to your comment.


We can decide at any time to no longer want you as a visitor or customer. We can do that without notice. When this happens you will no longer be entitled to access the websites or parts thereof. This also applies to material that you have downloaded from the website.


This website is obviously not intended for children. So if you are reading this and you are under the age of 18, please close this website. That said, we are realistic and know that of course this makes no sense since everyone is somewhat anonymous on the internet. However, when we find out that someone is a minor, we will block that person’s access to our website and courses and we will remove the information we have regarding that person (except the information needed to block that person).

Access to information

You have the right to view the information that we have about you. If you want to view this information, you can send us an email. The first time we will send you the information free of charge. For repeated requests we will have to charge € 10 to cover our costs for replying and to make sure that the person helping you can make ends meet.

About this privacy policy

If you don’t understand something about it, please contact us. We do not ask you to pay 10 € for this 😉

This privacy policy has been updated in October 2019.

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