We are staunch believers in your personal privacy and we will take all reasonable steps to preserve it. We work within the guidelines laid down by the 1998 Data Protection Act and we work towards ensuring that we use the very best standards available when we handle personal information.
We have extensive procedures in place to ensure that any information you send us remain secure.
We are proactive towards ensuring that no unauthorised person or company can access this personal data.
By providing us with information, you automatically agree to our use of that data, which may involve storing it and sorting it. We may also share some of this data with product or service providers that we have commercial relationships with, in order to assist them with providing you with products or services that suit your requirements. We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that any companies we share this data with will treat it as securely as we would ourselves.
Whilst we would not, under normal circumstances, disclose any of your personal information to any other person or company, we reserve the right to do so if we have reason to believe that this would prevent fraud, any other illegal activity or harm to others.
We will also disclose any information that we hold if we are ordered to do so by a competent court of law.
If you send us any information by e-mail or via one of our web – based enquiry forms, we will normally store this information on our computer system, in order to keep a record which will enable us to answer your queries as accurately as we can. If, however, you wish us to delete this information, we will do so within a reasonable time if you request this by e-mail.
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Under the terms of the 1998 Data Protection Act, you are entitled to request a copy of any information that we hold about you on our computer systems. The act also allows us to charge a reasonable administration fee for this. If you wish us to inform you of this information we will need satisfactory proof of your identity, together with the payment of £10. In order to set this process in motion, please make a request in the first instance by e-mail.
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