Contract and invoices

Which payment methods are available?

Currently you can pay your bills only by bank transfer.

With monthly payment you will receive your invoice digitally via e-mail every 30 days. With annual payment you will receive your invoice digitally via e-mail every 365 days.

What happens to unused messages?

Unused messages do not expire. In an active contract, unused messages are transferred to the following month/year.

What advantage does the contract offer with yearly payment?

Annual billing is great when your monthly consumption of messages varies, but you know your approximate annual consumption.

In a contract with annual payment, you get your agreed message volume directly from the start, which is then renewed every 365 days. We also reward your trust in us with individual discounts.

You may terminate your contract by giving 14 days notice prior to the end of a billing cycle. You always stay in control, deciding whether or not you still require our services.

More details about our terms and conditions can be found here.

What advantage does the contract offer with monthly payment?

Monthly billing is a good way to stay flexible, especially when you know about how many messages you send each month.

For a monthly payment contract, you will receive your agreed message volume every 30 days. Unused messages are then rolled over to the next month.

You may terminate your contract by giving 14 days notice prior to the end of a billing cycle. You always stay in control, deciding whether or not you still require our services.

More details about our terms and conditions can be found here.

Message creation

GDPR and active sourcing. What restrictions are there?

Theoretically, Active Sourcing is no longer possible under the GDPR, because even the approach without the consent of the candidate would mean a violation. However, there is no rule without an exception.

Article 6 (1) (f) states that processing is lawful, if "processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party".

Of course, two legitimate interests will be respected here. Namely that of the company, which of course has a legitimate interest in filling the advertised position with the best possible candidates. And  that of the candidate, who, of course, has the legitimate interest in getting the best job possible. And when the candidate signs up at professional networks or other CV-databases, he or she has to be aware of that their data will be used to get in contact with them. In other words, platforms on which such data is more or less publicly available and which are known to be business networks are safe to approach. What does not work well is contacting people with job offers over private social networks like Facebook, Instagram and similar, because it is considered a private and not a business network.