GDPR Deletion Requests: Your Right to Be Forgotten

At Krown, we understand how important your privacy is. That’s why we’ve made it simple for you to exercise your ‘Right to be Forgotten’ as outlined in Article 17 of the GDPR.

What is the Right to Be Forgotten?

This right allows you to request the deletion of your personal data from our systems. It’s about giving you control over your information, but it’s also important to understand that this process may impact your access to our services.

How to Request Deletion

Just drop us an email at with your request. It’s that simple. For security reasons and to ensure your request is legitimate, we might need you to provide some form of identification.

What Happens Next?

Processing Time: We aim to start processing your request immediately, and you’ll be updated when your data has been completely removed. Typically, this process takes up to one month.

Consequences of Deletion: We want to be transparent. Deleting your data means you might lose access to parts of our service that rely on this information. If you’re unsure, feel free to ask us what this deletion might mean for you specifically.

Looking for Alternatives to Deletion?

If you’re not sure about complete deletion, there are other options, like modifying your data or changing how we use it. Let’s talk about what works best for you.

Need More Help?

We’re here for any questions or concerns you might have. Reach out to us at the same email, and we’ll do our best to assist you.

Our Privacy Policy

For more detailed information about how we handle personal data, take a look at our Privacy Policy.

Just a Note

This guide is for informational purposes and is not legal advice. It’s part of our commitment to respect your privacy rights and keep you informed.