Anti-Spam Policy

Amsterdam Cooking Workshops sends free tips, recipes and information about Indonesian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisines via email after a subscriber has confirmed by means of a “double opt-in”. In addition, Amsterdam Cooking Workshops can offer its own products via e-mail and via the website

Amsterdam Cooking Workshops attaches great importance to the regulations surrounding electronic mailings and the Dutch privacy legislation. In this way we try to prevent Spam at all times.

What is spam?

Spam is understood to mean: A large amount of email sent to recipients who have not explicitly requested this. All emails in this volume are broadly similar in content, and often contain product promotions, political thinking, and/or propaganda. Frequently sending the same email to a recipient who has not explicitly requested this also falls under spamming. (This applies to both consumers and businesses)

Amsterdam Cooking Workshops will never use or sell the data for other purposes. Every subscriber can always unsubscribe for free and easily by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the email received.

Each subscriber must confirm by means of a "double opt-in"

When someone registers for our newsletter, they still have to activate themselves by clicking on an activation link that is automatically sent after registration. In this way it is prevented that someone is unwanted on the mailing list.