Mission Statement

“To help companies become more visible, trustworthy and appealing to their customers”

Company Philosophy


BRIDDLE rejects the (self)proclaimed superiority (or inferiority) of any group of people over others. This includes but is not limited to religion, ideology, race, sexual orientation, gender, politics, socio-economic class, nationality, age, physical ability or appearance, etc. There is no such thing as a group of "better humans". It does not exist.


Freedom only exists if there is choice  and if there is a space for conflicting choices to materialise.

All of these different groups of people should have the freedom to live in whatever way that they want to live but BRIDDLE recognises that it is not always possible to do so within the same space. Some combinations simply do not match.


BRIDDLE understands that the majority of people are no innocent bystanders but share a collective responsibility for the actions of all members in their respective groups. It is the cowardism and opportunism of the other members in a group that give individuals the justification to impose whatever beliefs are dominant within that group onto others. This is why free speech is so important and why no group is entitled to safe spaces, trigger warnings or blasphemy laws.

It is natural for people to surround themselves with people who they have something in common with. This creates a sense of community and belonging. But be authentic. Do not let a group define who you are or limit what you can be.

  • By being authentic about who you are you become more visible to people who you have something in common with and you also have something new to offer them.
  • By being authentic about who you are you become more trustworthy to people you have something in common with and you also have something new to offer them.
  • By being authentic about who you are you become more appealing to people you have something in common with and you also have something new to offer them.

Code of ethics


I strongly believe that the relationship that I have with my customers is one based on equality. Customers who feel superior to me because they pay in money and I pay in time are incompatible with my code of ethics.


I take pride in the services I provide and the products that I create. Because of this, I cannot be the cheapest. Anything that is free or cheap implies that it has little or no value. I do not offer products or services that have little or no value.

I do not offer discounts on work for individual clients but I do sometimes contribute valuable products or services to the community at a discount or for free. 


Groups do not allow people to achieve great things. Groups benefit from the achievements of great people.

I do not work with just anybody and carefully select the people I want to work with. I find that this fosters a more pleasant and productive environment for me to work in and produces better results.

When I work with you, it is not my job to tell you what you want to hear or simply do what you say. You do not pay me to do something, you pay me to achieve something. I can only do that if you value my opinion.

I do not believe in automatic payments. Any subscriptions that I offer are billed upfront annually and I want you to make a conscious descision to renew them.


Limitation of liability

I make every effort to keep the information on this website accurate. However, it is possible that information is incomplete and/or incorrect. I hereby disclaim all liability for any damage resulting from the use of this information and in particular errors in the prices on this website.


All intellectual property rights concerning the material on this website belong to BRIDDLE.

Copying, distribution and any other use of these materials is not permitted without written permission, except and only to the extent dictated otherwise by law, unless otherwise specified for specific materials.


Handling of personal information

BRIDDLE processes the following personal information either because you purchased services from BRIDDLE or because you have provided BRIDDLE with this data yourself.

  • First and last name
  • Gender
  • Address
  • Telephone number
  • E-mail address
  • Bank account

BRIDDLE does not store your personal information for longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which your information is collected and uses the following retention periods for personal information:

  • Inactive customer accounts are deleted after 7 years. After this period BRIDDLE only uses statistical data for internal reports and analyzes.
  • If you have registered for the newsletter, BRIDDLE will retain your permission. If you decide that you no longer wish to receive the newsletter, BRIDDLE retains the withdrawal request.
  • BRIDDLE retains personal information that helps to prevent fraud indefinitely.

Disclusure of personal information

BRIDDLE shares your personal data with various third parties if this is necessary for the execution of our agreement or to comply with possible legal obligations. Think of Payment Service Providers (PSP) or domain registars.

BRIDDLE has a processor agreement with companies that process your data on it's behalf to ensure the same level of security and confidentiality of your personal information.

Access to your personal data

You have the right to view, correct or delete your personal information. You also have the right to withdraw your consent for processing your personal information. If you want to make use of your right to object or have other questions/comments about data processing, please contact BRIDDLE.


BRIDDLE takes the protection of your data seriously and takes appropriate measures to prevent abuse, data loss, unauthorized access, unwanted disclosure and unauthorized changes. If you feel that your data is not properly protected or if there are indications of abuse, please contact BRIDDLE.

General Terms and Conditions

General Terms and Conditions of Briddle Rich Internet Sites & Applications, hereinafter referred to as: BRIDDLE

Article 1 General

1.1. These conditions apply to all quotations, order confirmations, sales, deliveries, agreements, products and services from BRIDDLE.
1.2. In the case of total or partial invalidity of one or more provisions of these conditions, the remaining provisions remain in force.
1.3. The applicability of any general or specific conditions or stipulations of the client, are expressly rejected by BRIDDLE.
1.4. An agreement between BRIDDLE and the client, whether or not concluded through intermediaries of BRIDDLE, are only binding to BRIDDLE after BRIDDLE has confirmed the agreement to the client in writing.
1.5. BRIDDLE will make every effort to perform the services in accordance with the agreements recorded with the client in writing. If it has been agreed that the services will be provided in phases, BRIDDLE is entitled to postpone the commencement of the services that belong to a subsequent phase until the client has aproved the preceding phase in writing.

Article 2 Quotations

2.1. A quotation does not bind BRIDDLE and only serves as an invitation to place an order by the client, unless explicitly stated otherwise.

Article 3 Dissolution

3.1. An agreement has a duration of 1 year unless otherwise stated. An agreement is extended by one year at the end of every year and paid upfront. An agreement can be canceled in writing at least 1 month before it's end date.
3.2. Each party is authorized to dissolve an agreement immediately, in whole or in part if:
-the other party applies for a moratorium on payments;
-the other party has been declared bankrupt;
-the other party is a legal person that is dissolved.
3.3. Both parties can only terminate agreements through judicial intervention, with the exception of the cases mentioned in article 3.1 and 3.2, if the other party falls seriously short in the performance of his/her obligations. The party considering such termination will always have to give the other party notice of default by registered letter. He/she will furthermore have to give the other party a reasonable period in which to fulfill his/her obligations. Premature termination does not affect the obligation to pay compensation.

Article 4 Price and payment

4.1. Prices do not include sales tax (VAT) and other government-imposed taxes.
4.2. In the event of an agreement in which there is a periodic amount to be paid, BRIDDLE is entitled to adjust the applicable prices and rates by means of a written notification within a period of at least three months.
4.3. BRIDDLE is entitled to adjust the agreed prices and rates by means of a written notification to the client for services that will be delivered at least three months after the date of this notification.
4.4. If the client does not wish to agree to an adjustment of prices and rates as referred to in Article 4.2 or 4.3, the client is entitled to cancel the agreement in writing within seven working days of the notification.
4.5. All invoices will be paid in accordance with the payment conditions stated on the invoice. In the absence of specific conditions, the client will pay within fourteen days of the invoice date.
4.6. Disputes over invoices must be submitted in writing and within 8 days after the invoice date.
4.7. In the event of additional work or other additional costs, a separate budget or invoice will be drawn up.
4.8. If the client does not pay the amounts due within the agreed period, the client will owe statutory interest on the outstanding amount without any notice of default being required. If the client continues to neglect to pay the claim after notice of default, the claim can be handed over, in which case the client will also be required to pay full compensation for extra judicial and legal costs, including all costs calculated by external experts in addition to the total amount owed.
4.9. If the client does not pay the amounts due within the agreed period, the work must be rescheduled for a fee of € 50.00. After 30 days all services are terminated. The fee for reconnecting these services is another € 50.00.
4.10 Briddle requires a deposit of 50% prior to any work.

Article 5. Guarantees

5.1. If, during the warranty period as referred to in Article 5.2 or 5.3, the client at any time ascertains that there is a defect, the client will notify BRIDDLE of this in writing and in urgent cases by telephone.
5.2. A defect only exists if it can be reproduced and demonstrated and if it's correct functioning is necessary for the intended use of the software in accordance with the functional and technical specification in an agreement.
5.3. If the client or third parties modify the software and/or other materials supplied by BRIDDLE, any warranty claim will lapse. Any guarantee is also void if the client uses non-compatible software or hardware in connection with the software and/or other materials supplied by BRIDDLE if the defect is attributable to this.
5.4. In the agreement it is agreed whether or not an acceptance test is carried out during the transfer of the software and/or other materials. In the event that an acceptance test takes place and this test is completed with good results, the warranty as referred to in Article 5.1 on the entire software and/or other materials will lapse after the acceptance test.
5.5. In case no acceptance test has been agreed, the client is entitled to a warranty period after delivery of the software and/or other materials in accordance with Article 5.1 of 6 weeks from the date of delivery.

Article 6. Intellectual Property Rights

6.1. The intellectual property rights for all developed work, equipment or other materials such as for example designs, documentation, reports, quotations lay 
exclusively with BRIDDLE. The Client only obtains the right to use the work and any powers that are explicitly granted to him/her under these conditions or otherwise.
6.2. The client is aware that the software, equipment and other made available materials may contain confidential information and trade secrets of BRIDDLE or its licensors. Without prejudice to the provisions of Article 7, the client will not disclose this information to third parties and only use it for the purpose for which it has been made available. Third parties include all persons working in the organization of the client.
6.3. The client has the right to have a backup copy of the software. In these general terms and conditions, a backup is understood to be: a material on which the software has been recorded, solely as a replacement for the original copy of the software in the event of involuntary loss of possession or damage. 
6.4. If the client develops software or a third party develops software for him that requires interoperability, the client will request any required information from BRIDDLE in writing and BRIDDLE will then inform the client within a reasonable period if the client can have access to the requested information and on which conditions. In these general terms and conditions, interoperability means: the ability of software to exchange information with other components of a computer system and/or software and to communicate this information.

Article 7. Confidentiality

7.1. The parties acknowledge that the existence and content of their relationship, as well as any information
that becomes known to both parties in the context of the execution of the activities mentioned in this and other agreements are strictly confidential. Parties guarantee that all information received from the other party after entering into the agreement are of a confidential nature and will remain a secret.
7.2. Parties are obliged to also impose the confidentiality obligation mentioned in paragraph 1 of this article on their employees.

Article 8. Third parties

8.1. BRIDDLE will be able to make use of the services of third parties only after written permission from the client. The client  may only refuse giving this permission on compelling grounds.
8.2. BRIDDLE ensures that third parties are subject to the same confidentiality obligation as that applies to employees of BRIDDLE, described in Article 7.2.

Article 9. Additional work

9.1. If BRIDDLE has performed work or other services at the request of the client that fall outside the scope of the agreed services/project agreement these activities or services are reimbursed by the client to BRIDDLE in accordance with the
usual rates. However, BRIDDLE may require that a written request be made for this, which must then also be accepted in writing. Oral orders for additional work do not bind BRIDDLE.
9.2. Paragraph 1 of this article also includes changes to the previously agreed end result.
9.3. Client accepts that due to changes in the agreed services/project agreement as referred to in paragraph 1 of this article the expected time of completion of the end result can be influenced.
9.4. Insofar as a fixed price has been agreed for products or services and the parties intend to conclude a separate agreement with regard to additional work, BRIDDLE will inform the client in writing in advance about the financial consequences of that extra work.

Article 10. Cooperation

10.1. The parties realize that the creation of a product is a dynamic process. Project agreements can be adjusted in writing. Any adjustments need to be approved and signed by both parties before they enter into force. BRIDDLE reserves the right not to commence (follow-up) work until the desired adjustment has been approved and signed in the Project Agreement. 

Article 11. Liability

11.1. BRIDDLE is never liable for any indirect damage suffered by the client or third parties, including consequential damage, immaterial damage, business or environmental damage or pure financial loss.
11.2. Any liability of BRIDDLE is limited to the invoiced amount of the supplied products and services, with the exception of the liability that is legally required under section 6.3.3. BW (product liability).
11.3. BRIDDLE is not liable for any damage that occurs as a result of instructions that the client provides (or has provided).
11.4. BRIDDLE does not accept liability if it cannot perform or cannot perform on time as a result of force majeure
11.5. Force majeure includes any events over which BRIDDLE has no control like war, trade embargoes, natural disasters, etc.
11.6. Except in the event of gross negligence or intent on the part of BRIDDLE or its managerial staff, the Client indemnifies BRIDDLE against all claims from third parties, for whatever reason.
11.7. Any claim for reimbursement or repair expires if this claim is not made within the period of 10 days after the defect is known or has been made known in writing within the warranty period, or within 10 days after the defect should have been known to the client.
11.8. BRIDDLE is free to determine whether or not it is liable for damages on the basis of the above articles or to replace the delivered goods, if this is reasonably possible.

Article 12 Web hosting and Access

12.1. In the event that BRIDDLE hosts a website for the client, BRIDDLE may (temporarily) put this website out of use and/or restrict it if:
-the Client fails to comply with a contractual obligation or acts contrary to these general terms and conditions
-the content or use conflicts with (international) regulations/customs, infringes the rights of third parties, is offensive or discriminatory, or is otherwise contrary to the Nettiquette.
12.2. BRIDDLE is not liable for content, security (for example in the event of a hack (attempt)), or data processing of (Personal) data on the basis of the Personal Data Registration Act or Personal Data Protection Act (WBP), unless explicitly agreed otherwise in writing.
12.3. If use is made of telecommunication facilities, the client is responsible for the timely availability thereof. BRIDDLE is not responsible for transmission errors. If BRIDDLE provides internet services remotely using electronic connections, it is not responsible for the continuous availability of a such a connection.
12.4. BRIDDLE is not liable for (the continuous availability of) the telecommunication structure and/or energy supplies and the associated peripherals from third parties, unless otherwise agreed in writing. BRIDDLE therefore has no up-time obligation, but only an effort obligation. Briddle is not liable if the availability of the systems is not 100% due to hardware or software malfunctions.

Article 13. Applicable law in disputes

13.1. Dutch law applies to these conditions, as well as to all (Project) agreements.
13.2. All disputes arising from these conditions, as well as from  (Project) agreements, are subject to the decision of the competent court in the District of Groningen (the Netherlands).

Briddle Rich Internet Sites & Applications


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