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What personal information do we collect?
Making an enquiry.
If you make an enquiry with ourselves, We will store your name, geographical address including postcode, email address and phone number(s) with which We can communicate with you.
Requesting a callback from us.
If you request contact from us, We will store your name, geographical address including postcode, email address and phone number(s) with which We can communicate with you.
Requesting a Quotation.
If you request a quotation, We will store your name, geographical address including postcode, email address and phone number(s) with which We can communicate with you. We will also store information about your requirements and preferences regarding the services for which you are requesting a quotation.
If you order from ourselves, We will store your name, geographical address including postcode, delivery address including postcode, email address and phone number(s) to contact you, if necessary, about your order, to deliver services that you have purchased and to inform you by email of the progress of your order.
How is your personal information used?
The personal information that you provide to us will be used:
- to answer your enquiry;
- to fulfil any contract between us;
- to contact you, if necessary, about your order;
- to contact you, if necessary, about your account;
- to request your participation in marketing research to help us improve our services;
- to inform you by post, email, telephone, SMS and/or MMS of other products and/or services we supply which may interest you;
- to inform you by post, email, telephone, SMS and/or MMS or products and/or services from third parties which may interest you;
- to pass on to a successor in title to our business or to anyone to whom we assign our contract with you.
If you wish any or all of your personal information submitted to be removed from our database at any time, or if you do not wish to receive any marketing information from us, or if you wish to update or correct any inaccuracies in the personal information We hold about you or, if you have any other comments e-mail us at email@example.com.
Passing of Information to Third Parties.
Your information will be passed to third parties:
- If it is necessary for the performance of the services or in relation to the products you have requested; or
- If such third parties are the police or any other regulatory or government authority where we have been requested to do so; or
- If it is necessary to administer any marketing or research campaign on our behalf; or
- If such disclosure is to anyone to whom We transfer or may transfer our business and/or our rights and duties under our contract with you.
General Statistical Information
We shall also collect statistical information about our web site and its users, including but not limited to IP addresses, pages viewed, number of sessions, number of unique visitors.
Call Monitoring and Recording.
We may monitor and/or record telephone calls in order to improve our services.
We comply with the requirements of all data protection legislation in force in England and Wales from time to time. You have a right to receive a copy of the information We hold about you upon written application. If you would like a copy of it please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We are entitled to charge the current statutory fee for providing you with such information.
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