We value your data
How We Use Your Information
We use the information collected to:
a. Respond to your inquiries and provide you with the information or services you request.
b. Improve our website and services based on your feedback and interactions.
c. Send you updates, newsletters, and marketing communications (you can opt out of these communications at any time).
Sharing Your Information
We do not sell your personal information with third parties. We may share your details in the following cases:
a. With your explicit consent.
b. To comply with legal obligations.
c. To protect our rights, privacy, safety, or property.
Our website may contain links to third-party websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these websites. We encourage you to review their privacy policies before providing any personal information.
Contact And Communication
Visitors contacting this website and/or its proprietors do so at their own discretion and furnish any requested personal details at their own risk.
This website and its proprietors employ any information provided to furnish you with additional details about the products/services they provide or to aid you in addressing any questions or inquiries you may have submitted.
This is not an exhaustive enumeration of your user rights concerning the receipt of email marketing materials. Your details are not conveyed to any third parties.
What Counts As Personal Data?
The EU has broadened the definition of personal data to encompass the categories of information that organisations currently gather about individuals, and online identifiers like IP addresses are now deemed as personal data.
Other data, such as economic, cultural, or mental health information, is also regarded as personally identifiable information.
Pseudonymised personal data may also fall under GDPR regulations, depending on the degree of ease or difficulty involved in identifying the data's owner.
Anything classified as personal data under the Data Protection Act is also categorised as personal data under the GDPR.
Protecting User Data Via Our Contact Us Form
When you use our contact us form, we take measures to protect your data:
a. Secure Transmission: Your data is transmitted securely using encryption technologies (SSL/TLS).
b. Access Control: Access to your data is restricted to authorised personnel who need it to respond to your inquiries.
c. Data Retention: We retain your contact form submissions for a reasonable period to assist with future inquiries and for record-keeping purposes.
Cookies And Tracking Technologies
We employ cookies and comparable tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience. You have the ability to control your cookie preferences by adjusting your browser settings.
You have the right to access, update, correct, or delete your personal information. If you have any questions or requests regarding your data, please contact us using the information provided in the "Contact Us" section here.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will supersede the Data Protection Act 1998, which was enacted to implement the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive.
GDPR aims to provide individuals with greater control over how organisations utilise their personal data and to ensure uniformity in data protection laws across the EU.
GDPR categorises any information that can identify an individual as personal data, encompassing genetic, mental, cultural, economic, or social details.
Furthermore, GDPR introduces a new set of 'digital rights' for EU citizens to safeguard against the increasing value of personal data in the digital economy. Organisations failing to adhere to GDPR regulations may face substantial penalties.
We are committed to protecting your privacy and ensuring the security of your data. Thank you for visting our website.