What personal data we collect, hold and what we use it for?
If you are a website visitor on our site, we collect how you came to our website, which pages you have visited and for how long. This is used for analytical purposes, for example, we can see in what pattern users likely to browse our website and we can develop a more user-friendly web page.
If you want to get in touch with us through the contact form, chat, email or you require an offer, we collect your name, business name, contact details (address, telephone and email), and what you deal with as a business. We need to know these details to understand what you do and by knowing this we can create a personalized offer for you. We use these and the other details mentioned above to write our mutual contract, and that we can keep in touch and provide you with a better service.
How long do we keep personal data?
We keep it as long as we have a valid mutual contract. In other cases, when we don’t have a contract we may still keep your data to occasionally get in touch with you for our marketing purposes, however upon your request we will remove your details from our database.
Access to your data
You can always get in touch with us in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our mobile number +44 (0) 73 78 148 481 and ask what data we hold of you. You can ask anytime for access, correction or deletion of your data.
Security of your data
We store data on password-secured electronic devices and in again password-secured European database centres.
Who we share your details
We only share those details with third-parties that are essential for fulfilling our contract, to provide you with our services.
We never share your information for other third parties for their marketing purposes.
Last updated: 27.12.2019
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