EmailCollect is compliant with the The European General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) as well as the UK version of the GDPR. The GDPR is now the standard for consumer data protection rights, and EmailCollect templates help you comply with these new data protection standards. We take data protection seriously. All uploaded data in our servers are encrypted, we never share any of the uploaded data with third parties, and we never send any emails to the uploaded addresses.


If you collect, gather, or use personally-identifying data of natural persons in the EU or UK you must comply with these stricter customer data protection rules.

In May 2018, the GDPR replaced the Data Protection Directive, which had been in effect across the European Union (EU) since 1995. The goal of GDPR is to ensure greater protection for the personal information of EU residents. The same is true of the UK version of the GDPR, as it affects its residents.


To ensure that the protection of personal data remains a fundamental right for persons within the EU, GDPR aimed to modernise outdated privacy laws. GDPR has the potential to impact any business that collects data on EU residents.

If organisations are not GDPR compliant, they can face significant fines of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global annual turnover/revenues.

EmailCollect is committed to complying with the GDPR and the UK GDPR, in addition to the privacy laws of other countries and regions, such as the Australian Privacy Principles, and to protecting the personal data of people everywhere. We also want to make it easy for our customers to use their forms in compliance with the GDPR.

By using EmailCollect, our members will typically act as the data controller for any personal data made available to EmailCollect in connection with their use of EmailCollect’s services. The data controller determines the purposes and means of processing personal data, while the data processor processes data on behalf of the data controller.

For more information, you might also want to check our: Terms and ConditionsPrivacy PolicyCookie PolicySecurity Policy and Practices, and other compliance documents.

If you find that we are in breech of compliances, please contact the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) at: