Legal and Contact Information
Here you can find basic data on RP Photonics Consulting GmbH.
|Mail address:||RP Photonics Consulting GmbH
78073 Bad Dürrheim
(Note: RP Photonics has moved to Germany in 12/2010.)
|Managing director:||Dr. Rüdiger Paschotta (also responsible for any content of the website; same postal address as the company)|
|Telephone:||+49 7726 389 22 60
American customers are welcome to call relatively late, e.g. until 9 pm CEST = 3 pm EDT = 12 am PDT. No problem to communicate by telephone despite the differences in time zones.
|Mobile phone:||on request|
|Fax:||+49 7726 389 22 62 (do not abuse for unsolicited advertising!)|
For issues related to the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide, please use the following address:Incoming e-mails are subject to “gray listing”, a spam filtering technique. In rare cases, where a server sending e-mails is not properly configured, this can cause technical problems; please use the phone in such a case.
You are encouraged to establish secure e-mail exchange for protecting your sensitive information!
In case that you have a problem with replying to digitally signed mails, just mail to our info@ address.
|Google+:||If you like, a Google+ hangout can be arranged.|
|FTP:||If you need to exchange larger amounts of data (more than a few megabytes) with RP Photonics, an FTP account can be provided.|
* Skype is a Voice over IP service, i.e. it transmits voice data over the Internet. Please note that Dr. Paschotta often doesn't have Skype running because of too frequent disturbances; please send an e-mail first to agree on a time for a Skype session.
Please also see our page on privacy.
|Trade register number:||HRB 706010|
|Register court:||Amtsgericht Freiburg i. Br.|
|VAT number:||DE 274664441|
|Bank account:||Deutsche Postbank AG
Address: Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 114–126, 53113 Bonn, Germany
BIC: PBNKDEFF (11-digit version: PBNKDEFFXXX)
Mass Mails from RP Photonics?
Occasionally, large amounts of spam (unwanted mass mails) are spread which are claiming an e-mail address in the domain rp-photonics.com as the sender. (Many “returned” mails then arrive at RP Photonics.) Of course, RP Photonics is never sending out any mass mails – particularly not concerning items which are totally unrelated to its business.
Unfortunately, there is nothing RP Photonics can do to prevent such e-mails; note that these e-mails are not delivered by the server which processes legitimate RP Photonics mails, but by other servers somewhere in the world on which RP Photonics has no control whatsoever. The same happens to many other companies. Such practices will end only once it is established that each e-mail has to be verified with a digital signature.