We are indeed registered under the Data Protection Act 1998. For you, this means that the personal identity details that we store will not be shared with any third party, nor sold to any third party. This data is kept in a secure database on our web server to which only we have access to. We do not hold anything sensitive such as financial details or dates of birth, nor will we ever ask for such details. We store the following data on our clients:
First Name and Surname, Postal Address, Mobile Phone Number, Landline Phone Number, Email Address.
This data is housed within a secure database on our web server to which no third party has access. This data will also be present on electronic invoices that we issue to our customers, all of which are safely stored with no third party access and with security in place to stop unauthorised access.
We also store CCTV footage at our premises for crime prevention purposes.
Under exceptional circumstances we may be asked by government agencies to share the above data with them without your consent for the following purposes:
• the prevention or detection of crime
• the apprehension or prosecution of offenders
• the assessment or collection of tax or duty
As a data processor, we would have to share this information without your consent, for the purpose of not prejudicing their investigation.
However, for any other reason to any other third party, we will always seek your consent before sharing data and you are entitled to refuse. Regardless of this, there is no reason or motive for us to share any of the above with a third party.
If you have any other queries regarding our data flow and procedures, please get in touch with us. We welcome all questions and queries no matter how small they are – data flow is a serious subject and even more-so in our current day and age where there are many privacy concerns.