General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
The general data protection regulations came into effect on 25th May 2018 and set out the main principles of data protection and the responsibilities organisations have when handling personal data. It helps protect information and improve their control over how it is collected, stored, shared and used.
As a valued contact, your details are held on our database. We only record/use personal data in order to carry out normal business activities on your behalf.
The types of personal data we hold, includes:
Name of Individuals
Contact details, including invoice and delivery address, mobile and landline numbers, fax numbers and email addresses. Payment methods: debit/credit cards (we comply with PCI DSS), account, BACS. We do not keep a record of your bank details on our system, but they are stored on our bank’s database.
The data we have on record will have been provided, when:
Ordering goods/services (sales & purchasing) Email enquiries Phone enquiries Account applications Or a third part requires us to assist you
We do not pass your data to third parties unless it is required by law and facilities the provision of service to you (e.g. Courier Companies, Warranty registration).
You can contact us at any time in respect of your right under the General Data Protection Regulations. The right to be informed, access, rectification, erasure, restrict processing, data portability and objection and not subject to automated decision making/profiling.