The information we collect
The only personal information we collect on our site is the personal information that you choose to give us.
This information may include:
- your name and postal address
- your email address
- your contact telephone number
It is generally not compulsory for you to give us your personal information. However, if you do not then we may not be able to contact you.
When you visit our site, our site may also automatically record your IP address and other information which is not personal information.
Our use of the information that we collect
Where you have provided us with your personal information we may use this to verify your identity or keep you informed about any new services – unless you have opted-out of receiving such marketing information.
Where our site has collected non-personal information on an automatic basis, we may use this information to administer the site and collect demographic information for statistical purposes.
From time to time we may contact you about particular services we may offer and which we think may be of interest to you. If you do not want to receive any marketing messages then you can tell us at any time by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you visit our site we may store certain information on your computer in a file known as a cookie. A cookie file is a text-only file and is used so that we can remember who you are each time you visit our site. This will enable us to provide you with, amongst other things:
- a more enjoyable customised service when you visit our site; and
- a better understanding of your preferences in respect of our site.
Most interenet browsers, for example Internet Explorer, will allow you to block and erase cookies. However, certain parts of our site may not operate correctly and may not work correctly if you set your internet browser not to accept cookies.
We currently only use analytical cookies on our site.
You should be aware that communication over the Internet are not secure unless they have been encrypted. We do not accept any responsibility for any unauthorised access or loss and/or destruction to your personal information that is beyond our control.
Disclosing your personal information
From time to time we may pass your personal information on to a third party in respect of:
- any third party who may be involved in delivering any services we may offer and which are required by you.
- In the event that we re-organise the business, for example if we novat to a limited liabilty partnership.
Other than as set out above we will not pass your personal information on to a third party unless required by law or regulation for example in respect of the preventation of fraud or a crime.
It may be necessary from time to time for us to transfer your personal information outside of countries who are a member of the states of the European Union. This may happen where one of our servers or service providers is located outside the European Union.
Linking to other sites
Posting personal information to the public
From time to time our site may operate forums, and other ways you can post information about yourself. We cannot be responsible for any information you post and you should therefore always be cautious about posting any personal information as this information once posted will become public information.
If you wish to contact us at any time with enquiries relating to your personal information you can do so by sending an email to us at email@example.com.